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2015 VOLCANOES SCHEDULE SUN

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TUE

WED

THU

17

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22

VAN

28

23

29

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16

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22

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21

27

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26

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8

TRI

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20

VAN

30

SPO

TRI

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25

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BOI

23

18

TRI

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Northwest League Teams ASG - All-Star Game CAS – College All-Stars BOI - Boise Hawks EUG - Eugene Emeralds EVE - Everett AquaSox SPO - Spokane Indians TRI - Tri-City Dust Devils

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HOME AWAY

Home games start at 6:35 p.m. Monday–Saturday; and 5:05 on Sunday. Call 503-390-2225 for tickets or visit www.volcanoesbaseball.com

VAN - Vancouver Canadians HIL - Hillsboro Hops

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2015 SALEM-KEIZER VOLCANOES INFORMATION GUIDE 1. Club Directory Volcanoes Staff Stadium Information 2. The 2015 Volcanoes Manager and Coaches Profiles Player Information Volcanoes Roster 3. The Northwest League League Directory The Teams 4. 2014 in Review Story of the Season The Season, Day-by-Day Volcanoes Statistics Final NWL Standings and Statistics 5. 1997-2013 in Review Story of each Season The Seasons, Day-by-Day Volcanoes Statistics Final NWL Standings and League Leaders 6. Northwest League Championship Series Box scores Volcanoes Statistics Northwest League Champions 1955-Present 7. Franchise Records Single Season Top 10’s Year-by-Year Batting and Pitching Leaders Individual and Team Records Team and Stadium Facts and Firsts 8. History Professional Baseball in Salem-Keizer The Bellingham Era Volcanoes All-Time Roster Franchise Players in the Major Leagues Volcanoes Year-by-Year The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Information and Media Guide was written, edited and produced by Robert Schreier and Rick Nelson, and designed by Robert Haddan. Statistical and historical sources include: Major League Baseball Advanced Media, Minor League Baseball, Baseball America’s Almanac, The Sporting News Baseball Guide and Register, SportsTicker Enterprises, The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball and the Statesman-Journal. The Guide is available at Volcanoes Stadium, the Volcanoes’ website (www.volcanoesbaseball.com) or through the mail by writing to: Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, P.O. Box 20936, Keizer, OR 97307

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2015 Volcanoes Schedule................................................................ 2 Volcanoes Front Office Staff............................................................. 5 Radio Broadcast Information............................................................ 5 Inside Volcanoes Stadium................................................................ 6 Organization Affiliations.................................................................. 7 Volcanoes Field Staff........................................................................ 8 Northwest League of Professional Baseball..................................... 13 2014 Season: A Roller-Coaster Summer.......................................................15 2014 VOLCANOES BATTING...................................................... 18 2014 VOLCANOES PITCHING..................................................... 18 2014 VOLCANOES FIELDING..................................................... 19 2014 TEAM LEADERS................................................................ 20 2014 SINGLE GAME LEADERS.................................................... 20 VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2014........................................ 21 VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2014.......................................... 21 2014 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW........................................... 22 2014 NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAMS............................ 23 2014 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY....................................... 24 2013 Season: A Return to Dominance............................................................25 2012 Season: Second-Half Surge Falls Short..............................................34 2011 Season: Four All-Stars and an MVP.....................................................42 2010 Season: Unfamiliar Territory....................................................................50 2009 Season: Another season, another championship.........................58 2008 Season: Divisional Three-Peat...............................................................67 2007 Season: National Team of the Year......................................................76 2006 Season: A Season for the Ages...............................................................85 2005 Season: Chasing Vancouver.....................................................................92 2004 Season: A Golden Anniversary................................................................99 2003 Season: Where Giant Dreams Begin.................................................. 106 2002 Season: Let The Lava Flow..................................................................... 113

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2001 Season: A Baseball Odyssey.................................................................. 120 2000 Season: Building With Stanley Tools................................................ 127 1999 Season: A Sprint To The Finish........................................................... 134 1998 Season: A Championship For Salem-Keizer................................. 141 1997 Season: Playing On A Field Of Dreams........................................... 148 Northwest League Championship Series................................................... 155 2009...................................................................................... 156 2008...................................................................................... 159 2007...................................................................................... 164 2006...................................................................................... 167 2003...................................................................................... 170 2001...................................................................................... 172 1998...................................................................................... 175 Northwest League Champions................................................ 179 Volcanoes Single-Season Top 10: Batting.................................... 180 Volcanoes Single-Season Top 10: Pitching................................... 181 Volcanoes Franchise Records....................................................... 182 Volcanoes “Firsts”........................................................................ 188 Volcanoes Stadium Facts and Firsts.............................................. 189 Professional Baseball In Salem: 1940-1996.................................. 190 Professional Baseball in Salem-Keizer.......................................... 194 History: The Bellingham Era......................................................... 195 Bellingham Players in the Major Leagues...................................... 196 All-Time Volcanoes Roster........................................................... 197 Salem-Keizer Players in the Major Leagues.................................. 201 Volcanoes Yearly Batting Leaders................................................. 203 Volcanoes Yearly Pitching Leaders............................................... 204 Volcanoes Year-by-Year.............................................................. 205 Opening Day Lineups................................................................... 210 Opening Night Ceremonial First Pitch........................................... 210

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VOLCANOES FRONT OFFICE STAFF Jerry Walker President/General Manager

Bea Howard Director of Ticket Operations

Rick Nelson Vice President of Operations

Jerry Howard Senior Account Executive

Tom Leip President, Business Opertions

Rob Schreier Account Executive

503.390.2225, ext. 3011 probasebal@volcanoesbaseball.com

503.390.2225, ext. 3007 Ticket_office@volcanoesbaseball.com

503.390.2225, ext. 3010 rnelson@volcanoesbaseball.com

503.390.2225, ext. 3002 j.howard@volcanoesbaseball.com

503-390-2225, ext. 3012 t.leip@volcanoesbaseball.com

503-390-2225, ext. 3003 r.schreier@volcanoesbaseball.com

RADIO BROADCAST INFORMATION THREE WAYS TO LISTEN

Join broadcasters Rob Schreier (home play-by-play) and Jamie Daffner (home analysis, away play-by-play) all season long as the Volcanoes search for their sixth Northwest League title. Volcanoes Live has you covered in 2015, bringing you

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game broadcasts of the preseason, all 76 regular season contests, and the Northwest League playoffs in early September. PLUS! For the first time in team history, the Volcanoes game broadcasts will be mobile friendly! Take Salem-Keizer with you anywhere you go, tuning into the broadcast on your mobile device.

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INSIDE VOLCANOES STADIUM Volcanoes Stadium

6700 Field of Dreams Way PO Box 20936 Keizer OR 97307 Phone: 503-390-2225 Fax: 503-390-2227 volcanoes@volcanoesbaseball.com www.volcanoesbaseball.com

Ballpark Dimensions Left Field:

325 feet

Center Field: 405 feet Right Field: 325 feet

Directions • Exit I-5 #260 Chemawa Road • West one block to Stadium Way

• North three blocks to Keizer Station Blvd. • North three blocks to Volcanoes Stadium

www.volcanoesbaseball.com • Current standings and statistics • Player information

Important Phone Numbers Front Office

503-390-2225

Visiting Radio

503-463-1143

Press Box

Home Radio

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503-851-3122 503-463-1360

• Team and stadium information • Schedules

• Special events • Press releases

• NWL information and links

• Links to San Francisco Giants and Minor League affiliates

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ORGANIZATION AFFILIATIONS

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS

MLB — National League AT&T Park 24 Willie Mays Plaza • San Francisco, CA 94107 415-972-2000 • www.sfgiants.com

SACRAMENTO RIVER CATS

RICHMOND FLYING SQUIRRELS

AAA — Pacific Coast League Raley Field 400 Ballpark Drive • West Sacramento, CA 95691 916-376-4722 • www.rivercats.com

AA — Eastern League The Diamond 3001 N. Boulevard • Richmond, VA 23230 804-359-3866 • www.squirrelsbaseball.com

SAN JOSE GIANTS

AUGUSTA GREENJACKETS

A-Advanced — California League Municipal Stadium PO Box 21727 • San Jose, CA 95151 408-297-1435 • www.sjgiants.com 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

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VOLCANOES FIELD STAFF KYLE HAINES, MANAGER

RICKY WARD, COACH

Kyle Haines will begin his first season as manager of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in 2015. Haines was an infielder for Salem-Keizer for 32 games in 2004 and is the first former Volcanoes player to manage the club.

Ricky Ward is in his 10th year coaching for the Giants’ system and his ninth year as hitting coach with Salem-Keizer. Ward has guided some of the league’s most successful offensive groups in recent memory, including Northwest League Championship teams in 2006, 2007 and 2009. The 2007 squad finished with a franchise-best .289 average and 497 runs scored (6.5 per game), leading to a league-best 57-19 record and a second-straight Northwest League title.

Haines managed the Frontier Greys of the independent Frontier League last season, his first as a manager in professional baseball. He guided the Greys to a 29-66 record, which was impressive considering the Greys didn’t have a home ballpark – all of their games were played on the road. “I approach playing and coaching baseball as if it was a marathon,” said Haines. “But, the catch is that each day is a sprint.” “I don’t believe in coasting because tomorrow is not guaranteed in this business.” Haines, 32, was selected by the Giants in the 31st round of the 2004 MLB First-Year Player Draft from Eastern Illinois University. He spent part of his rookie season with the Volcanoes and went on to play 10 years professionally. Haines also played in the Cleveland Indians organization and for a handful of independent league clubs. During his Giants minor league career, Haines played alongside the likes of Tim Lincecum, Sergio Romo, Pablo Sandoval, Jonathan Sanchez and Travis Ishikawa. The infielder was a member of four championship teams in the minor leagues (2004 Arizona Rookie League Giants, 2005 San Jose Giants, 2007 San Jose Giants, 2009 Akron Aeros). Haines notched the go-ahead RBI single in game five of the 2007 California League Champship series for San Jose. In 2008, Haines enjoyed his best statistic season and made the All-Star Game in the Double-A Eastern League as a short stop of the Connecticut Defenders. Haines joins his older brother, Andy Haines, as a manager in affiliated baseball. The older Haines served as manager of the New Orleans Zephyrs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins, in 2014. Kyle is the youngest of three siblings of Joe and Rita Haines from Effingham, Illinois. 8

Ward returned to the organization after having played in the Giants farm system from 199093. Ward was on the Western Oregon University coaching staff from 2003-05, after beginning his coaching career as a volunteer assistant at the University of Portland in 2002. Ward was a former infielder drafted in the 10th round by the Giants in 1989 out of Chemeketa Community College in Salem.

MATT YOURKIN, COACH Matt Yourkin embarks on his third campaign as a pitching coach with SalemKeizer. Yourkin joined the Volcanoes after serving as a left-handed batting practice pitcher for the major league squad during the first half of the 2013 season.

The former minor league pitcher played nine seasons with the Florida Marlins and Giants. He was selected by San Francisco from Florida in the Rule V Draft in 2008. Yourkin climbed to the ranks of Triple-A with the Marlins and Giants, including two consecutive years in the rotation with the Fresno Grizzlies. In total, Yourkin appeared in 326 games amassing 706 innings.

Yourkin graduated from Napa High School in California where he lettered three years in baseball and two years in football. He attended St. Mary’s (CA) College and was later signed by the Marlins as a non-drafted free agent. Yourkin and his family currently reside in Gilbert, Arizona. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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#23

Ramon Del Orbe, RHP

#45

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 180 B/T: R/R Born: 10/31/1991 (23) Hometown: Bridgewater, MA Obtained: 2013 Draft—27th (University of Maine)

Ht: 5-11 Wt: 190 B/T: R/R Born: 2/17/1992 (23) Hometown: Cotui, Sanchez Ramirez, DR Obtained: Rule 5 Draft—2014

Began his second season in the Giants system in 2014 with Rookie AZL…Was a 27th round selection out of the University of Maine in 2013 where he played catcher as well as pitcher... First player in American East Conference history to be an All-American at two positions...His father was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in 1982.

Began his seventh season in minors this spring with the Giants with Low-A Augusta, appearing in 14 games out the bullpen…Selected by San Francisco in the 2014 Rule-5 Draft from the Miami Marlins organization…Overcame a season-ending head injury in 2013… Signed as a free agent in 2009 as a 17-year-old.

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2-1

2.53

15- 0

21.1

13

6

6

8

20

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EJ Encinosa, RHP

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0-2

4.91

14-0

29.1

30

20

16

12

27

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#31

Nick Gonzalez, LHP

#26

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 230 B/T: R/R Born: 8/5/1991 (23) Hometown: Miami, FL Obtained: 2012 Draft—7th (University of Miami)

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 235 B/T: L/L Born: 6/26/92 (22) Hometown: Secaucus, NJ Obtained: 2013 Draft—24th (Univ. of South Florida)

Returns to Salem-Keizer for the third consecutive year and fourth overall in the Giants system… Went 11 consecutive outings in 2014 without surrendering a run as late-inning reliever… Tied for the NWL in holds with seven…Mid-Season NWL All-Star... Suffered season-ending arm injury in 2013 with Salem-Keizer. Saw action in 14 games with a 3.12 ERA.

Began his third season in the Giants system with Low-A Augusta in 2014 before being transferred to Salem-Keizer…Was a workhorse for the Volcanoes in 2014, starting 14 games and tossing 71 innings...Attended the University of South Florida... Led South Florida in strikeouts his junior season before being selected in the 27th round of the draft.

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27-9

26.1

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8

7

10

22

1

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45

32

28

47

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Rayan Hernandez, RHP #46

Andrew Leenhouts, LHP #39

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 285 B/T: R/R Born: 9/24/1995 (19) Hometown: Bayamon, PR Obtained: 2013 Draft—34th (PR Baseball Academy)

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 225 B/T: L/L Born: 3/28/1990 (25) Hometown: Franklin, MA Obtained: 2012 Draft—23rd (Northeastern University)

Began second season in the Giants system in 2014 with Rookie AZL…Led the league with seven holds …Stellar in relief allowing just 5 earned runs in 29.1 innings...Did not allow a run in his last 11 outings over 17.2 innings spanning 7/24-8/27… Drafted out of the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy in 2013…From same hometown as Major Leaguer Yadier Molina.

Returns for the third time to Salem-Keizer after brief stint in 2015 with High-A San Jose... Appeared in 3 games in the California League (2 starts)…In 2014, made 11 starts before moving to the bullpen… Finished 5th in NWL with 71 strikeouts…Went 9-2 with a 2.38 ERA as a starter with Salem-Keizer in 2013, finishing T-2nd in franchise history with 9 wins.

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0-3

1.53

21-0

29.1

21

6

5

9

25

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Jarret Leverett, LHP

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46

38

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Armando Paniagua, RHP #6

Ht: 6-3 Wt: 200 B/T: R/L Born: 10/9/89 (25) Hometown: Eatonton, GA Obtained: Free Agent—2015

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 175 B/T: R/R Born: 11/10/1990 (24) Hometown: La Romana, DR Obtained: Free Agent—2008

Signed as a free agent in late May with the Giants after two seasons in independent Frontier League… In 2014, pitched for new manager Kyle Haines’ former club, the Frontier Greys…Will make MiLB debut with the Volcanoes this summer after being drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 2012 but sidelined in 2013 with a season-ending injury before being released. YEAR

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2.72

33-0

46.1

41

22

14

22

44

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Played his seventh season in the Giants system in 2014 with Salem-Keizer…Debuted four straight seasons with the Volcanoes dating back to 2012...Signed as a free agent from the Dominican Republic in 2008...Debuted professionally in the United States in 2010...Has pitched as both a starter and a reliever during his time with the Volcanoes. YEAR

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VOLCANOES

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Nathanael Santiago, RHP #18

Ht: 6-8 Wt: 280 B/T: R/R Born: 5/22/1993 (22) Hometown: Houston, TX Obtained: Free Agent—2014

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 190 B/T: R/R Born: 3/3/90 (25) Hometown: Atlixco, Puebla, MX Obtained: Free Agent—2015

Signed with the Giants in August of 2014 and made his professional debut with the AZL Giants shortly afterwards...Transferred to Sam Houston St. from San Jacinto Junior College...After graduating, played summer ball for the Baltimore Redbirds of the Cal Ripken League before signing with San Francisco, appearing in 10 games and notching 4 saves.

Began his first season in the Giants system earlier this spring with Low-A Augusta in 2015, making five starts and also appearing four times as a reliever…Struck out 10 in 5.2 innings against Delmarva in season-best effort May 12...Went 1-1 with a 2.82 ERA as a starter over 22.1 innings… Signed with the Giants as a 24-year-old free agent in December 2014.

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5-2

10.0

8

7

6

6

14

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2-1

4.30

9-5

29.1

23

16

14

12

34

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Eric Sim, P

#12

Kirk Singer, RHP

#14

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 225 B/T: R/R Born: 1/3/1989 (26) Hometown: Busan, South Korea Obtained: Draft 2010—27th (Univ. of South Florida)

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 180 B/T: R/R Born: 12/1/1989 (25) Hometown: Seal Beach, CA Obtained: Free Agent—2014

Began his fifth season in the Giants system with Low-A Augusta in 2014, played in 43 games overall with 29 at the catcher position… Has played for five Giants minor league teams in his career, but this season will be mark his first in Salem-Keizer… Will debut as a pitcher with the Volcanoes…Born in South Korea and is also a Canadian citizen.

Spent part of his fourth season in the minors with Salem-Keizer last summer...Debuted in the Giants system with the Volcanoes after signing as a free agent following his release from Pittsburgh’s system…Drafted in the 29th round in 2011 (Long Beach St.) by the Pirates...Was rated “The Best Infield Arm in the Pirates System” in 2012...Converted to pitcher in 2013.

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3B

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154

17

30

6

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3

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15

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0-2

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23-0

31.2

37

30

24

20

39

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Logan Webb, RHP

#32

Miguel Gomez, C

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 190 B/T: R/R Born: 11/18/1996 (18) Hometown: Rocklin, CA Obtained: 2014 Draft—4th (Rocklin HS)

#2

Ht: 5-10 Wt: 210 B/T: S/R Born: 12/17/1992 (22) Hometown: Santo Domingo, DR Obtained: Free Agent—2012

Began his professional career in the Giants system with Rookie AZL in 2014... Drafted as a 17-year-old HS senior in 2014… Went 4-3 with a 0.49 ERA in his final season at Rocklin HS and hit .337 while leading the team in RBI… Committed to Cal Poly but decided to sign with the Giants… Two-sport athlete at Rocklin HS, playing quarterback for the football team.

Spent his third consecutive professional season in the Giants system in the Dominican Summer League (DSL) in 2014...Named a DSL All-Star, team MVP, and a MiLB.com Giants Organization All-Star...Paced the DSL with 60 RBI… Recorded two separate 13-game hitting streaks…Will make his pro debut in the U.S. this summer with the Volcanoes.

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AB

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0.49

14-8

57.2

27

14

4

30

73

2

2014 (DSL)

.318

65

258

35

82

18

1

5

60

17

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Brad Moss, C

#7

Fernando Pujadas, C

Ht: 5-8 Wt: 160 B/T: R/R Born: 10/10/89 (25) Hometown: Cincinnati, OH Obtained: Free Agent—2012

#22

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 210 B/T: R/R Born: 1/2/1992 (23) Hometown: Caracas, VZ Obtained: Free Agent—2009

Began his fourth professional season this spring with Low-A Augusta in 2015... Played 2 games with Triple-A Fresno in 2014…In 2013, made pro debut with Low-A Augusta before promotion to Double-A Richmond in May…Signed with San Francisco as a free agent following fantastic career at Samford University, leading the Bulldogs to a school-record 41 wins.

Began his fifth season in the Giants system with Short-Season-A Salem-Keizer in 2014… Played team high 34 of 36 games as a catcher and hit .254 with 18 doubles…Named 2013 Arizona League Post-Season All-Star Team…Hit. 306 with 22 RBI in his first season in the United States…Signed by the Giants as a 18-year-old free agent in 2009.

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Chase Compton, 1B

Ht: 5-10 Wt: 190 B/T: R/R Born: 2/24/1993 (22) Hometown: Cutler Bay, FL Obtained: 2014 Draft—19th (Alabama State)

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Ht: 6-2 Wt: 205 B/T: L/R Born: 9/23/1991 (23) Hometown: Slidell, LA Obtained: Free Agent—2014 (Louisiana Lafayette)

Began professional career in the Giants system with Rookie AZL in 2014…In 38 games did not commit an error... Drafted by the Giants after standout junior season at Alabama State… Led the SWAC in runs and second in hits… Awarded first All-SWAC team…Paced team in runs, walks, and stolen bases... Second on the team in hits, doubles, and total bases.

Began professional career in the Giants system with Rookie AZL in 2014, playing 30 of 33 games at first base…Signed as a free agent in late June 2014 after finishing collegiate career at Louisiana Lafayette… As a senior, played 65 games and was third on the team in on-basepercentage… As a junior led the team in fielding percentage (.990).

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John Riley, 1B

Ht: 5-10 Wt: 170 B/T: S/R Born: 10/8/1991 (23) Hometown: Albany, OR Obtained: Free Agent—2014

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 210 B/T: R/R Born: 2/14/94 (20) Hometown: San Jose, CA Obtained: 2013 Draft—31st (Willow Glen HS)

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Began his professional career in the Giants system with Rookie AZL in 2014… The local product returns to the Volcanoes after 3 games with Salem-Keizer last summer… In his senior year at Concordia University, started and played in 47 games, led the team in batting average and second with 62 hits and 28 RBI while recording a 16-game hitting streak.

Began his third season in the Giants system this spring with Low-A Augusta, seeing time at catcher in 39 games… Recorded a sparkling .990 fielding pct. in 34 games with the AZL Giants in 2014, including 28 games behind the plate… Named Rawlings 3rd team All-American and California All-Region 1st team his senior season.

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Shilo McCall, OF

Ht: 6-1 Wt: 170 B/T: R/R Born: 10/3/1992 (22) Hometown: Margarita, VZ Obtained: Free Agent—2011

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Ht: 6-1 Wt: 225 B/T: R/R Born: 6/2/1994 (20) Hometown: Farmington, NM Obtained: 2012 Draft—9th (Piedra Vista HS)

Fourth season in the Giants system with DSL Giants in 2014, playing first, second, and third base and outfield… Led DSL Giants in batting average, runs, hits, and walks and ranked fourth in the league in hits and sixth in batting average… Makes his pro debut in the U.S. after four seasons in the Dominican Summer League.

Began his third season in the Giants system and second consecutive with Short-Season-A Salem-Keizer in 2014…Served as the Volcanoes starting right-fielder for the majority of the season…Has led the Volcanoes in doubles in back-to-back campaigns, notching 13 last summer and 14 in 2013…51 total RBI with Salem-Keizer in 2 seasons.

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Steven Neff, OF

Ht: 5-11 Wt: 180 B/T: R/R Born: 12/15/89 (25) Hometown: Seal Beach, CA Obtained: 2012 Draft—22nd (Long Beach State)

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Ht: 6-2 Wt: 205 B/T: L/L Born: 2/24/89 (26) Hometown: Lancaster, SC Obtained: 2011 Draft – 41st (South Carolina)

Began his third season in the Giants system this spring playing for Advanced-A San Jose in 2015, seeing limited action… Played 2014 with the AZL Giants and posted a career year, pacing the team in batting average… Sidelined for the entire 2013 season after being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis…Pro debut with Salem-Keizer in 2012.

Returns for a third straight season to SalemKeizer after serving as a relief pitcher in 2013 and 2014…Will debut at first base in 2015, marking the first time Neff will see time as a position player since his collegiate career…Drafted out of high school and after his junior year of college, but didn’t sign until he was drafted for a third time in 2011.

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Julio Pena, OF

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 200 B/T: L/R Born: 3/9/91 (24) Hometown: Orlando, FL Obtained: Free Agent—2015

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Ht: 6-0 Wt: 215 B/T: R/R Born: 12/13/1992 (22) Hometown: Bani, DR Obtained: Free Agent—2011

Signed with the Giants in May and will make his MiLB debut with Salem-Keizer this summer… Played for league-champion Schaumburg Boomers of the independent Frontier League in 2014…Led the team in RBI and was fifth in the Frontier League in batting… Helped lead Florida Atlantic University to the Sun Belt Conference title in 2013.

Began his fourth professional season in the Giants system with AZL Giants in 2014… Played 24 of 33 games in right field …In 2013, split time at all three outfield positions with the AZL Giants, finishing second in the league with 17 doubles…Career best 9 home runs in 2012 DSL...Signed as an 18-year-old free agent in 2011.

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NORTHWEST LEAGUE OF PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL The Vancouver Canadians’ three-year reign of league dominance came to a close last season as the Hillsboro Hops won their first Northwest League title. The Canadians looked poised to win their fourth consecutive title, cruising into the Northwest League Championship Series in what had become a regular occurrence. But no team had won four consecutive Northwest League titles in nearly 25 years, and the Hops made sure it remained that way. Hillsboro, in only its second year of existence, had the league’s best record at 48-28 and won the South Division for the first time in club history. They went on to sweep Vancouver in the championship and claimed their first league title. The Hops played their best when the pressure was on, going 18-10 in one-run games over the course of the season, the best mark in the league. Both divisional races were tight in the first half with Spokane and Vancouver finishing with a record of 25-13 in the North Division. Add to that,j the South was also deadlocked between Hillsboro and Boise. The Hops and Indians were crowned champions because of superior head-to-head record. While the NWL looks back on 60 years of history, professional baseball’s roots in the region go back more than a century. Four different circuits operated across the Northwest between 1901 and 1922, starting with the original Pacific Northwest League. The Pacific Coast league entries in Portland and Seattle provided the region’s only professional baseball between 1923 and 1936. The Western International League (WIL) began play in 1937 with franchises in six cities. Three years later, in 1940, Salem acquired the floundering Bellingham club from the league and fielded the city’s first professional baseball team, the Senators. The league ceased operations for three years, 1943-1945, during World War II, but began again with eight teams, including Salem, in 1946. By 1954, the WIL had grown to 10 teams including four in Canada. However, by this time the league was struggling with increasing costs and declining attendance, due largely to the impact of television. Victoria, Calgary and Spokane did not finish the season and Vancouver and Edmonton announced they would not return the following year. These dramatic changes brought about the formation of the Northwest League in 1955. For 11 years, the league played a full, split-season schedule. Then, after the 1965 campaign, team owners converted to a “short season” format with the season beginning in mid-June rather than in April. The Nebraska State League had been the first to adopt a short season schedule when it began play in 1956, reflecting the growing number of players who were coming out of America’s colleges and junior colleges. In 1963, Organized Baseball reclassified its entire structure, ending the era of “Class B, C and D” leagues. The Northern League followed in 1966, beginning with four teams that drew a total of 89,870 fans. Over the past 40 years, the league has experienced remarkable growth and improved stability. Today, the short season format is a fixture in the Northwest and the league enjoys great popularity. Many of baseball’s finest players began their pro careers in the NWL, including Tim Lincecum, Buster Posey, Pablo Sandoval, Felix Hernandez, Andre Ethier, Shane Victorino, Dan Uggla, Ian Kinsler, and Zach Greinke. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

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140 N. Higgings Ave. #211 Missoula, Montana 59802 406-521-9301

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Jeff Eiseman, Jerry Walker, Brent Miles, Jake Kerr, Mike McMurray, Bobby Brett, Dave Elmore, Pat Filippone

NWL Teams South Division Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (San Francisco Giants) Boise Hawks (Colorado Rockies) Eugene Emeralds (Chicago Cubs) Hillsboro Hops (Arizona Diamondbacks) North Division Everett AquaSox (Seattle Mariners) Spokane Indians (Texas Rangers) Tri-City Dust Devils (San Diego Padres) Vancouver Canadians (Toronto Blue Jays)

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SALEM-KEIZER VOLCANOES Volcanoes Stadium (1997) P.O. Box 20936 • Keizer, OR 97307 SF Giants • www.volcanoesbaseball.com

The Volcanoes played to an even 38-38 record in 2014, finishing third in the South Division after winning the division the season prior. 2013 first-round pick Christian Arroyo was an on-base machine, finishing second for the batting title with a .333 average. Jason Forjet led the pitching staff with a 7-1 record, tied for most wins in the NWL, along with a 3.10 ERA and league-best 87 strikeouts. New skipper Kyle Haines takes the reigns as the first former SalemKeizer player (2004) to now manage the club.

BOISE HAWKS

Memorial Stadium (1989) 5600 Glenwood Drive • Boise, ID 83714 Colorado Rockies • boise.hawks.milb.com

Boise rode tremendous starting pitching to a 41-35 record and a playoff berth in 2014, its second in as many years. The Hawks fell to eventual champion Hillsboro in the divisional round. Trevor Clifton was terrific, posting a 4-2 record with a 3.69 ERA and 54 strikeouts over 13 starts. Erick Leal was 6-2 with a 3.73 ERA. The 2015 season will be the first as an Colorado Rockies affiliate after 14 seasons in the Chicago Cubs organization. Frank Gonzales, a former Tri-City skipper, was hired in the offseason to be the club’s new manager.

EUGENE EMERALDS

PK Park (2008) P.O. Box 5566 • Eugene, OR 97405 Chicago Cubs • eugene.emeralds.milb.com

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EVERETT AQUASOX

Everett Memorial Stadium (1984) 3802 Broadway • Everett, WA 98201 Seattle Mariners everett.aquasox.milb.com

Everett posted the league’s worst record, going 28-48 and finishing last in the North Division. Austin Cousino was a bright spot, hitting .266 with six home runs, 17 doubles and 23 stolen bases. Rob Mummau, who served as manager from 2012-2013, will return to lead the club after a one-year hiatus with the Mariners’ Appalachian League affiliate in Pulaski, Virginia. Mummau led the AquaSox to playoff berths in his first two seasons as manager. 2014 Everett manager Dave Valle returns to the Seattle Mariners television crew this summer.

SPOKANE INDIANS

Avista Stadium (1958) P.O. Box 4758 • Spokane, WA 99202 Texas Rangers • spokane.indians.milb.com

Spokane slugged its way to a 40-36 record and a playoff berth in 2014, eventually losing to Vancouver in the divisional round. The Indians’ offense was dynamic, as Eduard Pinto won the batting title with a .335 average and Luke Tendler smashed 11 home runs, tied for the league lead. The Indians jumped out to one of the best starts in league history, starting 13-2 in the first half of the campaign. Indians manager Tim Hulett returns as manager for the ninth consecutive season. Spokane will host the 2015 All-Star Game—the first between the Northwest and Pioneer Leagues—on August 4.

TRI-CITY DUST DEVILS

Tri-Cities Stadium (1995) 6200 Burden Road • Pasco, WA 99301 San Diego Padres • tricity.dustdevils.milb.com

The Emeralds continued the Northwest League’s longest streak without a title, finishing 30-46 and in last place in the South Division. Eugene hosted the 2014 All-Star Game that featured six Volcanoes as members of the South Division All-Stars. The game ended in a scoreless tie after 10 innings.

Tri-City finished in the middle of the pack in 2014 with a 33-43 record and a third place finish in the North Division. Workhorse pitcher Helmis Rodriguez was outstanding, ranking second in NWL ERA (1.97) over the course of the most innings pitched in the league (91.1 frames).

Eugene will begin the season as an affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. The Emeralds were last affiliated with the Cubs in 1999-2000. Gary Van Tol, who managed the then-Chicago-affiliated Boise Hawks last season, will manage his first season with the Emeralds in 2015.

The Dust Devils, who had been an affiliate of the Colorado Rockies since their founding in 2001, will begin the 2015 season as an affiliate of the San Diego Padres. Robbie Wine, who managed Eugene last season, will begin his first season with the Dust Devils.

HILLSBORO HOPS

Ron Tonkin Field (2013) 22115 NW Imbrie Dr, #223 • Hillsboro, OR 97124 AZ Diamondbacks • www.hillsborohops.com

Hillsboro won its first league championship in only its second season. The Hops had the best record in the league at 48-28 and knocked off three-time defending champion Vancouver Canadians to secure the title. Ryan Doran led the league’s best pitching staff per ERA, going 4-3 with a 2.56 ERA and 48 strikeouts. Closer Zac Cutis was nails out of the bullpen, saving a league-high 14 games. Shelley Duncan replaces J.R. House as manager for the Hops. The 35-year-old skipper played seven years in the big leagues with the New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians, and Tampa Bay Rays. 14

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Nat Bailey Stadium (1951) 4601 Ontario Street • Van., B.C. V5V 3H4 Toronto Blue Jays • vancouver.canadians.milb.com

The Canadians dominated the league statistically and posted the league’s second best record, but went on to lose in the championship series to Hillsboro. Jairo Labourt anchored the pitching staff, posting a 5-3 record with a league-best 1.77 ERA and 82 strikeouts in just over 70 innings. Ryan McBroom hit 11 home runs, which was tied for the league lead, and Franklin Barreto led the league in RBI (61) and doubles (23). John Schneider returns as manager of the Canadians, who lead the C’s to its 2011 NWL title. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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After winning the Northwest League South division both halves of the season and finishing with the best overall record in 2013, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes sought to repeat the trick in its 2014 campaign. Although the Craters showed promise throughout the year, an up-and-down summer eventually landed Gary Davenport’s club at a pedestrian 38-38 mark. While there was no champagne popping during what turned out to be Davenport’s final run with the Volcanoes, the twists and turns over the course of the season were as entertaining as one will find in the Northwestern echelons of Minor League Baseball. The tone of the season was set during the first week of play. After dropping the first three games to the threetime defending champion Vancouver Canadians, the Volcanoes salvaged the series with back-to-back tight wins, followed by a third successive victory on the road to rival Hillsboro. The Hops, eventual 2014 NWL champions, coupled a pair of wins themselves to take the series, putting Salem-Keizer in a rough position to begin the year. An injection was needed to the squad, and along came 2013 Giants first-round pick (25th overall) Christian Arroyo. The 18-year-old shortstop debuted the 2014 campaign with the Augusta Greenjackets (Low-A), but a hand injury sidelined his season briefly until the start of June. This opened an opportunity to join the Volcanoes to start the Northwest League season, and the Tampa, Florida, native flourished in a Volcanoes uniform. Arroyo sizzled in tune with the summer months, posting a .333/.378/.469 line with a team-high 44 RBI by season’s end. The team followed suit, albeit only for a while, winning five of seven games in late June, before dropping its final three contests of the month. Entering July needing to string some wins together for a first-half division push, the Volcanoes could not find a consistent winning recipe. A day after a near-record 5,613 fans witnessed Salem-Keizer’s 5-1 Patriotic Tribute victory over Hillsboro on July 4th, the club went an incredible 11 games trading wins and losses, the longest such stretch without consecutive wins or losses in team history. By the time July 17th produced an end to this seesaw run with successive victories at the home of the Eugene Emeralds, an even 17-17 record couldn’t compete for a first-half South Division crown. Entering the 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

halfway point of the season with a 18-20 record, SalemKeizer could rue inconsistency for its shortcomings. Inconsistency was short-lived in the Volcanoes’ 2014 second half, as the team finally found its groove, largely stemming from the starting rotation. Finishing with three of the top five players in NWL innings pitched, an arsenal led by Jason Forjet gave Salem-Keizer’s season promise. Concluding his season 7-1 with a 3.10 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, 5.44 K/BB, and an astounding 87 strikeouts in as many innings pitched, the 2012 31stround pick out of Florida Gulf Coast constantly gave his squad opportunities to win ball games. Jose Reyes, a 2014 Northwest League All-Star, was another horse Davenport could rely on all season, hurling 80-plus innings as well with a 3.89 ERA and a cool 1.13 WHIP. Nick Gonzalez (2 HR allowed in 71 IP), Ethan Miller (5-3), and Drew Leenhouts (8.83 K/9) rounded out the durable starting rotation. While Salem-Keizer’s arms gave the club a chance on a daily basis, Arroyo’s teammates played their parts as well. The San Francisco Giants selected Skyler Ewing out of Rice University in the 6th round of the 2015 draft, and he found an immediate home with the Volcanoes. The big slugger mashed eight home runs throughout the campaign, collecting 31 RBI and posting an impressive .889 OPS. Ewing hammered in four RBI during his first game with the team, and kept it going all year, especially in an August series against Boise where he clubbed two long bombs in the three-game set. Ewing also notched a NWL Player of the Week award (July 20-27) when he hit .375, including two triples. One of the surprise packages in Davenport’s everyday lineup was the versatile infielder Travious “T” Relaford. Drafted in the 41st round in 2011, the Hinds Community College product excelled in a Volcano uniform. While making only seven errors in 70 games across three positions in the infield, Relaford got on base at a .380 clip to help bolster Salem-Keizer’s offense. With the first half behind them, the Volcanoes surged out of the gate into the later summer months. Beginning with a five-game set at home against Spokane, the Craters reeled off four straight victories, and eventually found themselves with an 8-5 second-half record heading into the All-Star break. 15


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While the midsummer battle between the North and South Division stars was a less-than-entertaining 0-0 stalemate, the Volcanoes were well represented. Along with Arroyo, Reyes, and Relaford, third baseman WIll Callaway (.293 avg., 23 RBI), and relief pitchers EJ Encinosa (2.39 ERA, 1.14 WHIP) and Eury Sanchez (14 saves, 13.36 K/9) were granted All-Star bids. The Volcanoes continued their winning ways into August with another impressive four-game winning streak, during which Salem-Keizer produced its seasonhigh largest margin of victory in a 16-3 demolishing of the Boise Hawks. After a 2-1 victory over the Eugene Emeralds on August 13th, the Volcanoes had reached, and unfortunately peaked to, a 14-6 second-half record, and a 32-26 overall mark on the year.

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Four consecutive defeats succeeded this high point, and although the Volcanoes recovered slightly with a threegame winning streak, Salem-Keizer managed to record victories in just three of its final 11 contests, settling for a 20-18 second-half, which turned out to be six games worse than the South Division champion Hops. Overall, the Volcanoes’ 38-38 record reflected their statistical performances in 2014, finishing fourth out of eight in both team batting average (.258) and team ERA (4.24). A season that offered much promise, including at one point having both the first and secondround picks from the Giants’ 2013 and 2014 drafts on the squad at the same time, fizzled out in the dying days of summer.

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/13 6/14 6/15 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/8 7/9 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 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 8/7 8/8 8/9 8/10 8/11 8/12 8/13 8/14 8/15 8/16 8/17 8/18 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

OPPONENT W/L SCORE Vancouver L 2-11 Vancouver L 1-3 Vancouver L 1-6 Vancouver W 10-9 (12) Vancouver W 4-3 @ Hillsboro W 8-6 @ Hillsboro L 3-4 @ Hillsboro L 1-2 Everett W 3-2 Everett L 2-6 Everett W 7-1 Everett L 5-6 (13) Everett W 5-4 @ Eugene W 5-2 @ Eugene W 5-4 (14) @ Eugene L 1-2 @ Vancouver L 3-5 @ Vancouver L 2-10 @ Vancouver L 4-8 @ Vancouver W 6-1 @ Vancouver L 4-6 Hillsboro W 5-1 Hillsboro W 7-6 Hillsboro L 9-11 Eugene W 4-3 Eugene L 6-8 Eugene W 6-5 @ Hillsboro L 4-7 @ Hillsboro W 6-5 Hillsboro L 5-7 @ Everett W 6-4 (10) @ Everett L 5-7 @ Everett W 1-0 @ Everett W 6-4 (10) @ Everett L 3-5 @ Boise L 9-12 @ Boise W 6-1 @ Boise L 6-7 Spokane W 10-4 Spokane W 5-2 Spokane W 8-2 Spokane W 5-3 Spokane L 1-4 Eugene W 9-1 Eugene W 5-3 Eugene L 6-8 @ Tri-City W 8-7 @ Tri-City L 3-4 (13) @ Tri-City L 3-4 (10) @ Tri-City W 12-2 @ Tri-City L 3-5 Boise W 9-5 Boise W 4-3 Boise W 16-3 @ Hillsboro W 7-1 Hillsboro L 7-13 Hillsboro W 14-11 @ Eugene W 2-1 @ Eugene L 0-1 @ Eugene L 4-5 (10) Boise L 1-4 Boise L 6-7 Boise W 7-3 Tri-City W 5-2 Tri-City W 12-5 Tri-City L 5-9 Tri-City L 2-6 Tri-City W 6-5 @ Spokane L 3-4 @ Spokane L 5-10 @ Spokane W 3-2 @ Spokane L 3-5 @ Spokane L 5-11 @ Boise L 8-9 @ Boise W 4-3 (10) @ Boise L 5-6

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ATT 3,552 3,239 2,998 1,678 1,503 4,853 2,654 3,381 2,776 2,090 1,809 1,633 2,578 4,387 2,349 3,267 4,548 5,157 5,157 3,621 3,784 5,613 3,355 2,424 1,689 2,192 1,960 3,637 4,997 2,183 1,302 1,527 3,639 3,169 2,461 3,505 1,576 1,814 1,633 2,080 1,777 3,968 2,166 2,317 2,034 2,187 1,358 2,303 2,539 3,757 1,440 3,102 3,440 3,493 4,087 1,973 1,854 2,654 3,365 2,765 1,940 2,010 2,255 1,921 3,356 3,230 2,690 2,385 4,418 5,811 5,427 6,027 7,072 3,396 2,516 2,319

WIN/LOSS Leenhouts (0-1) Reyes (0-1) Gonzalez (0-1) Sanchez (1-0) Encinosa (1-0) Sanchez (2-0) Reyes (0-2) McCasland (0-1) Gardeck (1-0) Singer (0-1) Leenhouts (1-1) McCasland (0-2) Encinosa (2-0) Miller (1-0) Knight (1-0) McCasland (0-3) Reyes (0-3) Gonzalez (0-2) Miller (1-1) Forjet (1-0) McVey Reyes (1-3) Encinosa (3-0) Knight (1-1) Forjet (2-0) Leenhouts (1-2) Reyes (2-3) Gardeck (1-0) Neff (1-1) Paniagua (0-1) Gardeck (2-1) Neff (1-1) Gonzalez (1-2) Miller (2-1) Singer (0-2) Leenhouts (1-3) Reyes (3-3) Sanchez (2-1) Miller (3-1) Forjet (3-0) Leenhouts (2-3) Reyes (4-3) Gonzalez (1-3) Miller (4-1) Forjet (4-0) Neff (1-2) McVey (1-1) Paniagua (0-2) McVey (1-2) Forjet (5-0) Encinosa (3-1) Gonzalez (2-3) Reyes (5-3) Forjet (6-0) Miller (5-1) Leenhouts (2-4) Encinosa (4-1) Leenhouts (3-4) Forjet (6-1) Knight (1-2) Mella (0-1) Sanchez (2-2) Reyes (6-3) Forjet (7-1) McCasland (1-3) Miller (5-2) Gonzalez (2-4) Sanchez (3-2) Sanchez (3-3) Neff (1-3) Mella (1-1) Miller (3-5) Gonzalez (2-5) Reyes (6-4) McCasland (2-3) Knight (1-3)

SAVE

Gardeck (1)

Montero (1)

Knight (1) Sanchez (1)

Sanchez (2)

Sanchez (3) Encinosa (1)

Sanchez (4) Sanchez (5) Sanchez (6) Sanchez (7)

McVey (1) Sanchez (8)

Sanchez (9) Sanchez (10)

Sanchez (11)

Sanchez (12)

Sanchez (13)

RECORD 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-3 3-4 3-5 4-5 4-6 5-6 5-7 6-7 7-7 8-7 8-8 8-9 8-10 8-11 9-11 9-12 10-12 11-12 11-13 12-13 12-14 13-14 13-15 14-15 14-16 15-16 15-17 16-17 17-17 17-18 17-19 18-19 18-20 19-20 20-20 21-20 22-20 22-21 23-21 24-21 24-22 25-22 25-23 25-24 26-24 26-25 27-25 28-25 29-25 30-25 30-26 31-26 32-26 32-27 32-28 32-29 32-30 33-30 34-30 35-30 35-31 35-32 36-32 36-33 36-34 37-34 37-35 37-36 37-37 38-37 38-38

GB 1.0 2.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 2.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 5.0 6.0

PLACE T-2 T-3 T-3 3 2 2 T-3 4 3 T-3 T-3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 T-2 T-2 4 T-3 T-2 T-3 3 T-3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 T-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T-1 T-1 T-1 2 2 T-2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T-1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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2014 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Arroyo, Christian Callaway, Will Cole, Hunter Davis, Dylan Deacon, Jared Escalante, Geno Ewing, Skyler Fargas, Johneshwy Fuentes, Leonardo Garcia, Aramis Harrison, Seth Hollick, Tyler Jones, Jonathan Jones, Ryan Jones, Ryder Kay, Brett Lichtenthaler, Christian Massoni, Craig McCall, Shilo Melendez, Rene Mende, Sam Ortiz, Randy Pujadas, Fernando Relaford, Travious Rojas, Leo Slater, Austin TEAM

AVG .333 .294 .239 .200 .219 .172 .291 .240 .150 .229 .266 .241 .196 .310 .243 .222 .286 .244 .200 .182 .227 .000 .254 .283 .206 .347 .258

G 58 43 27 23 21 18 51 49 7 20 37 43 32 14 27 40 3 21 46 5 12 1 36 70 12 29 76

AB 243 163 92 85 64 58 182 167 20 70 158 141 102 58 107 117 7 78 165 11 44 5 114 258 34 118 2661

R 39 20 17 11 8 3 35 33 3 5 24 24 14 8 17 22 0 7 20 0 8 0 9 45 4 21 397

H 81 48 22 17 14 10 53 40 3 16 42 34 20 18 26 26 2 19 33 2 10 0 29 73 7 41 686

2B 14 11 5 0 1 3 9 6 0 3 10 5 7 3 5 7 0 4 13 0 1 0 7 10 6 2 132

3B 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 11

HR 5 3 4 4 0 0 8 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 2 3 0 2 47

RBI 48 23 10 7 5 4 31 13 1 12 20 12 1 24 18 8 0 12 21 3 7 0 18 28 3 23 343

BB 18 9 8 7 8 2 36 24 0 5 8 22 21 6 7 17 1 16 19 3 8 0 4 37 4 10 300

SO 31 36 20 23 9 10 28 27 6 19 42 37 26 18 21 35 0 22 53 2 11 1 17 39 7 17 73

SB 6 4 1 1 0 1 0 15 0 0 11 6 0 4 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 9 0 7 73

CS 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 23

OBP .378 .343 .311 .269 .311 .273 .417 .373 .217 .289 .298 .341 .333 .385 .293 .321 .375 .381 .287 .357 .346 .000 .283 .380 .282 .417 .342

SLG .469 .417 .424 .341 .234 .224 .473 .329 .150 .357 .354 .319 .294 .362 .393 .282 .286 .372 .333 .182 .386 .000 .386 .373 .265 .449 .369

SO 7 22 87 24 47 44 71 32 32 20 57 9 34 26 64 50 39 12 677

BK 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 9

2014 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHERS W-L Beede, Tyler 0-0 Encinosa, E.J. 4-1 Forjet, Jason 7-1 Gardeck, Ian 2-1 Gonzalez, Nicholas 2-5 Knight, Dusten 1-3 Leenhouts, Andrew 3-4 McCasland, Jacob 2-3 McVey, Cameron 1-2 Mella, Keury 1-1 Miller, Ethan 5-3 Montero, Raymundo 0-0 Neff, Steven 1-3 Paniagua, Armando 0-2 Reyes, Jose 6-4 Sanchez, Eury 3-3 Singer, Kirk 0-2 Snelten, Donald 0-0 TEAM 38-38

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ERA 2.70 2.39 3.10 2.70 4.06 3.65 4.73 7.76 5.86 1.83 4.60 0.00 3.90 6.48 3.89 3.48 6.82 6.75 4.24

G 2 27 15 12 15 24 18 22 22 6 14 6 26 18 15 28 23 9 76

GS 2 0 14 0 14 0 11 0 0 6 14 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

SV 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 14 0 0 19

IP 6.2 26.1 87.0 13.1 71.0 37.0 72.1 26.2 27.2 19.2 78.1 7.1 30.0 25.0 83.1 33.2 31.2 9.1 686.1

H 8 20 84 7 69 26 87 26 24 16 89 3 36 21 78 25 37 12 668

R 2 8 33 5 45 18 46 23 18 5 44 0 14 20 42 17 30 7 377

ER 2 7 30 4 32 15 38 23 18 4 40 0 13 18 36 13 24 7 323

HR 0 2 6 0 2 4 8 1 2 0 2 0 3 1 6 5 5 1 48

HB 0 6 6 1 5 2 1 3 1 2 2 0 4 2 6 4 3 0 48

BB 3 10 16 11 28 20 11 23 15 6 15 3 10 17 16 15 20 4 243

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2014 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Callaway, Will Cole, Hunter Ewing, Skyler Jones, Jonathan Massoni, Craig

PCT 1.000 .998 .985 .980

G 1 3 45 22 11

PO 0 25 379 188 95

A 0 0 29 13 5

E 0 0 1 3 2

TC 0 25 409 204 102

DP 0 2 32 9 3

SECOND BASEMEN Callaway, Will Jones, Ryan Kay, Brett Lichtenthaler, Christian Relaford, Travious

1.000 .973 .978 .889 .971

2 10 37 2 34

1 17 59 0 63

2 19 75 8 71

0 1 3 1 4

3 37 137 9 138

0 4 18 2 15

THIRD BASEMEN Callaway, Will Cole, Hunter Jones, Ryan Jones, Ryder Mende, Sam Relaford, Travious

.976 .800 1.000 .943 .941 .955

30 3 2 27 9 12

24 0 1 19 7 8

58 4 4 47 9 13

2 1 0 4 1 1

84 5 5 70 17 22

2 0 0 2 1 1

SHORTSTOPS Arroyo, Christian Lichtenthaler, Christian Relaford, Travious

.965 1.000 .976

58 1 21

88 1 23

185 1 59

10 0 2

283 2 84

33 0 6

OUTFIELDERS Callaway, Will Cole, Hunter Davis, Dylan Escalante, Geno Fargas, Johneshwy Fuentes, Leonardo Harrison, Seth Hollick, Tyler Massoni, Craig McCall, Shilo Ortiz, Randy Slater, Austin

.917 1.000 1.000 1.000 .959 1.000 .959 .985 1.000 .971 1.000 .943

7 9 15 4 48 4 36 41 9 41 1 27

10 11 3 4 66 6 70 60 14 65 0 49

1 0 13 0 4 0 1 4 0 3 1 1

1 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 2 0 3

12 11 16 4 73 6 74 65 14 70 1 53

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CATCHERS Deacon, Jared Escalante, Geno Garcia, Aramis Melendez, Rene Pujadas, Fernando Rojas, Leo PITCHERS Beede, Tyler Encinosa, E.J. Forjet, Jason Gardeck, Ian Gonzalez, Nicholas Knight, Dusten Leenhouts, Andrew McCasland, Jacob McVey, Cameron Mella, Keury Miller, Ethan Montero, Raymundo Neff, Steven Paniagua, Armando Reyes, Jose Sanchez, Eury Singer, Kirk Snelten, Donald

PCT. .967 .800 1.000 .943 .941 .955 PCT. 1.000 1.000 .929 1.000 1.000 .750 .929 .857 1.000 1.000 .867 1.000 .875 .600 .882 1.000 1.000 1.000

G 30 3 2 27 9 12

PO 24 0 1 19 7 8 G 2 27 15 12 15 24 18 22 22 6 14 6 26 18 15 28 23 9

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E 2 1 0 4 1 1 A 2 3 8 3 13 6 20 3 3 2 8 0 6 3 9 2 2 1

TC 84 5 5 70 17 22 E 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 0

DP 2 0 0 2 1 1 TC 2 7 14 4 15 12 28 7 3 2 15 1 8 5 17 2 3 1

PB 4 1 1 0 6 1 DP 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2014 TEAM LEADERS 2014 VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Christian Arroyo Games Travious Relaford At Bats Skyler Ewing Runs Travious Relaford Hits Christian Arroyo Doubles Christian Arroyo Triples Tyler Hollick Home Runs Skyler Ewing Runs Batted In Christian Arroyo Total Bases Christian Arroyo Base on Balls Travious Relaford Strikeouts Shilo McCall Hit by Pitch Johneshwy Fargas Stolen Bases Johneshwy Fargas Caught Stealing Johneshwy Fargas On Base Pct. Skyler Ewing Slugging Pct. Skyler Ewing

.333 70 182 45 81 14 3 8 48 114 37 53 12 15 6 .417 .473

2014 VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins Jason Forjet Losses Nicholas Gonzalez Earned Run Average Jason Forjet Games E.J. Encinosa Games Started Jose Reyes Saves Eury Sanchez Innings Pitched Jason Forjet Hits Allowed Ethan Miller Runs Allowed Andrew Leehouts Earned Runs Allowed Ethan Miller Home Runs Allowed Andrew Leehouts Strikeouts Jason Forjet Base on Balls Nicholas Gonzalez Hit Batsmen 3 tied with Wild Pitches 2 tied with Balks Nicholas Gonzalez Opp. Batting Average Jose Reyes

Minimum 205 plate appearances

7 5 3.10 27 15 14 87.0 89 46 40 8 87 28 6 10 3 .245

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2014 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

7 (Arroyo, 6/27 @ Eugene) 4 (8/9 vs. Boise) 4 (4 tied with 4) 2 (6 tied with 2) 1 (5 tied with 1) 2 (Cole, 8/26 vs. SPO, Relaford 8/30 vs. BOI) 4 (6 tied with 4) 3 (Harrison, 8/23 vs. Tri City) 9 (Relaford, 8/30 @ Boise)

TEAM BATTING Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit by Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

16 (8/9 vs. Boise) 17 (7/27 vs. Eugene) 5 (6/18 @ Hillsboro, 8/9 vs. Boise) 1 (11 games with 1) 4 (8/30 vs. Boise) 13 (8/9 vs. Boise) 20 (6/27 @Eugene) 12 (8/2 @ Tri City 5 (7/15 @Everett) 3 (8/23 vs. Tri City) 15 (8/2 @Tri City)

TEAM PITCHING Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

3 (2 games with 3) 16 (7/19 @ Boise) 12 (7/19 @Boise) 12 (8/12 vs. Hillsboro) 22 (6/27 @Eugene) 7 (6/13 vs. Vancouver) 5 (6/30 @Vancouver 7 (6/13 @Vancouver) 2 (7/21 @ Boise) 17 (6/16 vs. Vancouver)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING 8 (Miller, 8/10 @Hillsboro & 7/27 vs. Eugene, Reyes, 7/20 @ Boise Most Hits Allowed 11 (Leenhoults, 8/03 @ Tri City) Most Runs Allowed 8 (Gonzalez, 8/29 @ Spokane) Most Earned Runs Allowed 7 (Gonzalez, 8/29 @ Spokane) 11 (Forjet, 7/23 vs. Spokane, Most Strikeouts Leenhoults, 6/28 @ Eugene 4 (Gardeck, 6/16 vs. Vancouver, Most Base on Balls Gonzalez, 8/12 vs. Hillsboro Most Hit Batters 2 (5 tied with 2) Most Wild Pitches 3 (6 tied with 3) Most Balks 7 (7 tied with 1) Most Innings Pitched

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2014 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9in) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9in) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:23 3:28 2:06 2:06 5,613 7,072 1,503 1,302 4 4 4 3 2 4

6/16 vs. Vancouver 8/09 vs. Boise 7/20 @ Boise 7/20 @ Boise 7/4 vs. Hillsboro 8/29 @ Spokane 6/17 vs. Vancouver 7/14 @ Everett 2 streaks of 4 2 streaks of 4 7/22-7/25 6/13-6/15 3 streaks of 2 6/28-7/1

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2014 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Hillsboro Total vs. North Total vs. South June July August September

W 1 5 16 38 2 36 7 6 3 6 5 5 6 19 19 8 17 13 0

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W 0 1 9 23 0 23 4 3 2 4 4 3 3 12 11 5 10 8 0

ROAD L 0 1 2 15 0 15 2 2 3 2 1 2 3 8 7 5 5 5 0

W 1 4 7 15 2 13 3 3 1 2 1 2 3 7 8 3 7 5 0

L 1 3 11 23 1 22 3 2 4 4 4 3 3 13 10 5 8 9 1

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2014 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS OVERALL W-L 46-30 40-36 33-43 28-48

NORTH Vancouver ** Spokane* Tri-City Everett

FIRST HALF W-L PCT. GB 25-13 0.658 25-13 0.658 14-24 0.368 11 11--27 0.289 14

SECOND HALF W-L PCT. GB 21-17 0.553 15-23 0.395 6 19-19 0.500 2 17-21 0.447 4

Manager John Schneider Tim Hulett Drew Saylor Dale Valle

Attendance 193,865 180,187 85,679 92,642

OVERALL FIRST HALF SECOND HALF SOUTH W-L W-L PCT. GB W-L PCT. GB Manager Attendance Hillsboro * ** 48-28 22-16 0.579 26-12 0.684 J.R. House 138,732 Boise 41-35 22-16 0.579 19-19 0.500 7 Gary Van Tol 87,519 SALEM-KEIZER 38-38 18-20 0.474 4 20-18 0.526 6 Gary Davenport 95,083 Eugene 30-46 15-23 0.395 7 15-23 0.395 11 Robbie Wine 108,067 Hillsboro defeated Vancouver, two games to none, to win the Northwest League Championship Series * First Half Champion ** Second Half Champion

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Spokane Vancouver SALEM-KEIZER Hillsboro Tri City Eugene Everett

AVG 0.274 0.274 0.266 0.258 0.253 0.251 0.239 0.231

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2643 2642 2621 2661 2584 2568 2584 2563

R 438 399 402 397 376 328 318 317

H 725 725 698 686 655 644 618 591

2B 141 135 137 132 122 138 151 127

3B 27 16 22 11 17 24 17 7

HR 44 45 27 47 47 29 50 48

RBI 392 354 345 343 328 279 277 276

BB 299 261 251 300 267 260 218 291

SO 641 524 505 557 639 656 698 710

SB 69 53 145 73 105 142 78 65

CS 33 19 29 23 42 58 31 29

L 28 30 35 36 38 43 46 48

ERA 3.64 3.75 4.43 4.15 4.24 4.68 4.53 4.24

CG 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 6 6 2 4 1 3 4 2

SV 25 31 11 17 19 20 14 15

IP 686.2 680.0 675.0 677.1 686.1 670.0 675.0 679.1

H 655 615 691 631 668 732 664 686

R 330 332 388 340 377 417 417 374

ER 278 283 332 312 323 353 340 320

HR 32 32 57 47 48 42 39 40

BB 250 322 252 219 243 280 288 293

SO 591 630 615 638 677 493 672 614

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Hillsboro Vancouver Boise Spokane SALEM-KEIZER Tri-City Eugene Everett

W 48 46 41 40 38 33 30 28

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PCT 0.976 0.975 0.972 0.970 0.968 0.963 0.961 0.954

PO 2059 2032 2040 2060 2038 2025 2037 2025

A 786 716 787 835 841 847 886 808

E 71 70 80 91 96 109 120 136

TC 2916 2818 2907 2986 2975 2981 3043 2969

DP 50 58 70 64 79 72 84 64

PB 13 11 14 10 13 12 23 29

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2014 NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAMS NORTH DIVISION POS

PLAYER

C

Marcus Greene

C

Adam Martin

INF

Franklin Barreto

INF

SOUTH DIVISION TEAM

POS

PLAYER

TEAM

Spokane

C

Justin Marra

Everett

C

Elvin Soto

Vancouver

INF

Christian Arroyo

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Cesar Galvez

Tri-City

INF

Will Callaway

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INF

Tim Locastro

Vancouver

INF

Daniel Canela

INF

Chris Mariscal

INF

Ryan McBroom

INF

Kyle Petty

INF

Boise Hillsboro

Boise

Everett

INF

Franchy Cordero

Eugene

Vancouver

INF

Marcus Davis

Eugene

Everett

INF

Jalen Goree

Eugene

Seth Spivey

Spokane

INF

Jesse Hodges

Boise

INF

Jose Trevino

Spokane

INF

Chase Jensen

Eugene

OF

Austin Cousino

Everett

INF

Travious Relaford

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OF

Marcos Derkes

Tri-City

OF

Rashad Crawford

Boise

OF

Roemon Fields

Vancouver

OF

Grant Heyman

Hillsboro

OF

Eduard Pinto

Spokane

OF

Jordan Parr

Hillsboro

OF

Luke Tendler

Spokane

OF

Mark Zagunis

P

Andrew Case

Vancouver

P

Nicholas Baker

P

Miguel Castro

Vancouver

P

Trevor Clifton

P

John Fasola

Spokane

P

Aaron Cressley

P

Kody Kerski

Everett

P

Zac Curtis

P

Jairo Labourt

Vancouver

P

Ryan Doran

P

Shane McCain

Spokane

P

E.J. Encinosa

P

Jerad McCrummen

Tri-City

P

Cody Geyer

Hillsboro

P

Richelson Pena

Spokane

P

Jose Reyes

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P

Cruz Pereira

Everett

P

Eury Sanchez

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Helmis Rodriguez

Tri-City

P

Bryan Verbitsky

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2014 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Eduard Pino, SPO Christian Arroyo, SK Seth Spivey, SPO

.335 .333 .332

GAMES Franklin Barreto, VAN Jesse Hodges, BOI Roemon Fields, VAN

73 73 72

AT BATS Rashad Crawford, BOI Roemon Fields, VAN Franklin Barreto, VAN

297 294 289

RUNS Franklin Barreto, VAN Roemon Fields, VAN Jose Trevino, SPO

65 64 58

HITS Franklin Barreto, VAN Seth Spivey, SPO Eduard Pino, SPO

90 86 84

DOUBLES Franklin Barreto, VAN Marcus Davis, EUG Ryan McBroom, VAN

23 23 23

7 5 5

HOME RUNS Ryan McBroom, VAN Luke Tendler, SPO 4 others tied with

11 11 9

RBI Franklin Barreto, VAN Ryan McBroom, VAN Luke Tendler, SPO

61 59 57

TRIPLES Rashad Crawford, BOI Auston Bousfield, EUG Elvin Soto, HIL TOTAL BASES Franklin Barreto, VAN Ryan McBroom, VAN Luke Tendler, SPO

139 137 136

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Marcus Davis, EUG Luke Tendler, SPO Ryan McBroom, VAN

STOLEN BASES Roemon Fields, VAN Tim Locastro, VAN Franklin Barreto, VAN

48 32 29

BASE ON BALLS Seth Spivey, SPO Sheehan Planas-Arteaga, EVE Travious Relaford, SK

.537 .531 .502 39 38 37

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Shane Hoelscher, TRI Seth Spivey, SPO Skyler Ewing, SK STRIKEOUTS Jesse Hodges, BOI Rashad Crawford, BOI Saquan Johnson, SPO

.427 .424 .417 84 83 79

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Jason Forjet, SK Michael Kelly, EUG 5 others tied at

7 7 6

LOSSES Jefferson Medina, EVE Helmis Rodriguez, TRI 4 others tied at

8 7 6

GAMES Eury Sanchez, SK E.J. Encinosa, SK Samuel Holland, EUG

28 27 27

GAMES STARTED Nick Gardewine, SPO Jairo Labourt, VAN Jose Reyes, SK

SAVES Zac Curtis, HIL Eury Sanchez, SK Scott Firth, TRI

14 14 10

STRIKEOUTS Jason Forjet, SK Jairo Labourt, VAN Derek Thompson, SPO

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Jason Forjet, SK Hits Allowed Andrew Leenhouts, SK Runs Allowed Zak Wasilewski, VAN Earned Run Allowed Zak Wasilewski, VAN Home Runs Allowed Chris Dula, SPO Hit Batters John Sheehan, TRI Wild Pitches Trey Lang, BOI

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.875 87 56 51 10 12 16

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Jairo Labourt, VAN Helmis Rodriguez, TRI Ryan Doran, HIL

1.77 1.97 2.56

15 15 15

INNINGS PITCHED Helmis Rodriguez, TRI Jason Forjet, SK Jose Reyes, SK

91.1 87.0 78.1

87 82 73

WALKS Ryan Warner, TRI Jairo Labourt, VAN Zak Wasilewski, VAN

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Jordan Cowan, EVE Sacrifice Flies Jesse Hodges, BOI Hit By Pitch Tim Locastro, VAN Caught Stealing Roeman Fields, VAN Grounded into DP Jose Trevino, SPO

38 37 35

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VOLCANOES The 2013 Season: A Return to Dominance

The 2013 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes began the season with a roster of veterans who collectively set a goal in April in Scottsdale, Arizona, to get back to the postseason in September in the Northwest.

he made them count. Sy went 9-for-15 with seven runs, two doubles, two homers (including a grand slam) and nine RBI. The shortstop also finished third in the NWL with 41 RBI.

Second-year Volcanoes like Chris Johnson, Jeremy Sy and Sam Eberle were all poised to have breakout years and make a splash in the postseason.

Other veterans followed in their footsteps, especially a pair of pitchers on the mound.

While the ultimate goal was not realized as the Volcanoes fell in the Northwest League South Divisional playoffs to the Boise Hawks, Salem-Keizer ended the regular season as the best overall unit. The formula: experience. It all started Opening Night when Johnson willed the Volcanoes to victory with an impressive performance on the mound, going six shutout innings, allowing just three base runners. The Volcanoes defeated Hillsboro 3-2 in the Hops’ inaugural franchise game. Johnson went on to have one of the best seasons on the mound for any Volcanoes player ever. The righty from Edmonds, Washington, finished the year 6-3 with a 2.49 ERA. The eye-popping numbers are these: Johnson tossed 78 strikeouts compared to just eight walks the whole year, including a stretch of five games where Johnson had 36 K’s and no free passes. Eberle caught fire in late June with a 20-game stretch that seemed nearly impossible to those watching from the stands. He notched 26 hits, nine doubles, four home runs and 17 RBI. Not surprisingly, this also came during the same stretch where the Volcanoes won eight straight games to close the month of June. The converted third baseman was one of nine Volcanoes named to the 2013 Northwest League All-Star Team. Eberle’s ninth-inning single lifted the South Division to a come-from-behind 8-7 win, and he was named the game’s MVP. Sy, who returned to the Volcanoes after injuring his elbow in his first professional practice before the start of the 2012 campaign, was another spectacle to witness each day. Managing a rehab program throughout the entire year, Sy capped off the 2013 season with a terrific August. The Illinois native was named the Northwest League Offensive Player of the Week from August 12-19 despite playing in just four games during that time. But, 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

Andrew Leenhouts won nine games in 15 starts with the Volcanoes last year, just one off the franchise mark. Leenhouts wrapped up the campaign with the thirdbest ERA for a starting pitcher in the NWL (2.39) and quietly went about his business each start. The lefty from Massachusetts was never flashy, but he was often regarded as a steady starter who gave the Volcanoes high-powered offense a chance to win the game. Raymundo Montero’s early professional career was off to a rocky start before the 2013 season. Montero, a native of the Dominican Republic, shuffled back and forth from the bullpen to the starting rotation in the 2012 season. When the San Francisco Giants talent evaluators saw his raw emotion fuel his late-inning relief appearances in Spring Training, they quickly lined him up to be the Volcanoes closer. Montero finished second in the league with 14 saves and finished 24 games for the Volcanoes last year. The 14 saves he racked up are tied for 6th on the Volcanoes franchise saves leaderboard. There were also the inspiring stories of two relievers that have thrived in the Giants minor league system despite their initial draft evaluations. Jacob Smith, the 48th-round pick (1,467 overall) from the 2011 draft, emerged from a background of home schooling and floating from school to school in his college days to becoming one of the most dominant relief pitchers in the Northwest League. Smith was a strikeout machine (54 K’s) and earned the trust of Volcanoes manager Gary Davenport to always be good for multiple innings (16 of 19 outings, Smith recorded more than three outs). Smith was one of the nine Volcanoes All-Stars. Jake Shadle, picked up in the 44th Round of the 2010 Draft, made the jump to Salem-Keizer after three seasons with the Scottsdale Giants. Shadle, another Northwest product from Graham, Washington, routinely gobbled up innings making 21 appearances while going 25


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38.2 innings. He was also the master of the strikeout with 40 on the season. The Volcanoes also received top talent from the Giants’ 2013 draft class that pushed the Volcanoes to the playoffs. Brian Ragira, the fourth-round pick from Stanford, was regarded as one of the best offensive first basemen in the draft, and it showed. Despite playing only 47 games after debuting with Salem-Keizer on July 7, Ragira notched the fifth-most RBI in the Northwest League at 36 while also seeing some time in the outfield to diversify and increase his draft prospects as the year continued. Tyler Horan, the former Virginia Tech baseball star picked up in the eighth-round, made a huge splash in the outfield. Horan hit .295 with 11 doubles, four homers with 25 RBI in a two-month span with SalemKeizer. Brandon Bednar proved to be a Swiss Army Knife-type player, excelling defensively at three infield positions. The 12th-round Florida Gulf Coast University selection’s debut would be a sign of things to come, lifting the Volcanoes to a victory over Vancouver with a 2-for5 day with a double and 3 RBI. The Stuart, Florida, native wrapped up the year hitting .272 with nine doubles, six home runs, and 34 RBI while showing some speed on the base paths with 11 steals. The Volcanoes clinched their first playoff berth since the 2009 season by virtue of winning the South Division first-half title with a 4-3 win over Eugene July 17. The Boise Hawks were hot on Salem-Keizer’s tail for much of the season, but a series sweep of the Emeralds and a hiccup from the Hawks put the Volcanoes back in the playoffs.

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It was good timing the Volcanoes clinched a playoff spot given what would happen next when the team traveled to Tri-City the next day for a five-game series. Not only would Salem-Keizer drop the series 4-1, but it would also be on the wrong side of history. On July 20, the Dust Devils no-hit the Volcanoes in a 3-0 win. Tri-City pitchers Sam Moll, Shane Broyles, Jerad McCrummen and Trend Daniel combined to nono the Volcanoes for the first time in franchise history. It was only the second ever no-hit bid for Tri-City and marked the first time in 17+ seasons that the Volcanoes could not muster a hit in a game. The Volcanoes finished the season strong with a season sweep of Eugene. The 12-0 season mark against the Emeralds marks the first time in the Northwest League history that a divisional sweep of 12 games occurred. Salem-Keizer wrapped up the year with a 47-29 overall record with a 26-10 South Division record. The Volcanoes met Boise in the postseason with Game 1 at Memorial Stadium. Hawks starter Paul Blackburn kept the Salem-Keizer bats off balance all night with seven shutout innings, allowing just two hits while tossing eight strikeouts. Boise would go on to win the opening game 3-0 in the best-of-three series. But the Volcanoes took solace that they were returning home for two more games with Chris Johnson getting the starting nod the following night. The next contest turned out to be anything but a pitchers duel with both Boise and Salem-Keizer posting big innings off both starters. Johnson exited the game in the third inning, allowing seven runs on six hits with an uncharacteristic three walks as well. The Hawks tallied nine runs from the third to the fifth inning en route to the 11-7 victory and a spot in the Northwest League Championship series against Vancouver.

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2013 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/14 6/15 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 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 8/8 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 8/28 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/2

OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS Hillsboro W 3-2 3,421 Chris Johnson (1-0) Hillsboro W 8-4 3,196 Shadle (1-0) Hillsboro W 7-6 3,687 Reyes (1-0) @ Boise W 8-6 3,097 Smith (1-0) @ Boise W 9-2 1,838 Mendoza (1-0) @ Boise L 1-5 2,384 Chris Johnson (1-1) Vancouver L 4-6 1,976 Montero (0-1) Vancouver L 4-5 2,720 Reyes (1-1) Vancouver L 6-8 2,708 McVey (0-1) Vancouver W 2-1 (5) 2,282 Moronta (1-0) Vancouver W 1-0 (10) 2,685 Montero (1-0) @ Eugene W 9-2 909 Leenhouts (1-0) @ Eugene W 5-1 2,956 Reyes (2-1) @ Eugene W 9-3 2,457 Kurrasch (1-0) @ Hillsboro W 10-4 4,126 Mendoza (2-0) @ Hillsboro W 7-2 4,710 Chris Johnson (2-1) @ Hillsboro W 4-3 3,721 Leenhouts (2-0) Boise L 2-3 2,118 Paniagua (0-1) Boise L 5-10 1,777 Kurrasch (1-1) Boise W 11-3 4,607 Moronta (2-0) @ Everett W 8-5 (12) 3,653 Montero (2-1) @ Everett W 4-1 2,216 Leenhouts (3-0) @ Everett L 8-14 2,710 Mendoza (2-1) @ Everett L 1-6 2,493 Kurrasch (1-2) @ Everett L 3-4 1,366 Moronta (2-1) Spokane L 3-4 1,809 Chris Johnson (2-2) Spokane W 9-1 2,220 Leenhouts (4-0) Spokane W 6-2 3,296 Mendoza (3-1) Spokane W 6-0 3,074 Kurrasch (2-2) Spokane L 4-8 2,361 Moronto (2-1) Eugene W 8-4 2,116 Chris Johnson (3-2) Eugene W 8-2 1,556 Leenhouts (5-0) Eugene W 4-3 1,825 Chase Johnson (1-0) @Tri-City L 3-5 2,172 Kurrasch (2-3) @Tri-City W 10-7 2,354 Rogers (1-0) @Tri-City L 0-3 2,402 Chris Johnson (3-3) @Tri-City L 2-6 1,684 Leenhouts (5-1) @Tri-City L 1-2 1,298 Chase Johnson (1-1) Hillsboro L 6-9 1,893 Kurrasch (2-4) Hillsboro W 4-1 2,069 Shadle (2-0) Hillsboro L 0-1 1,923 McVey (0-2) Tri-City W 10-4 4,017 Leenhouts (6-1) Tri-City L 4-5 2,144 Montero (2-2) Tri-City L 4-5 1,989 Shadle (2-1) Tri-City W 3-2 1,794 McVey (1-2) Tri-City W 6-5 1,754 Chris Johnson (4-3) @ Spokane L 4-6 (11) 4,399 Slania (0-1) @ Spokane W 9-3 3,973 Chase Johnson (2-1) @ Spokane W 5-2 6,867 Shadle (3-1) @ Spokane W 6-5 7,048 Neff (1-0) @ Spokane L 1-2 4,676 Nova (0-1) Everett W 9-6 3,054 Shadle (4-1) Everett W 4-1 3,228 Young (1-0) Everett W 4-2 3,195 Chris Johnson (5-3 Everett W 8-0 3,290 Leenhouts (7-1) Everett W 11-10 2,161 Jones (1-0) @ Hillsboro W 3-0 2,935 Chase Johnson (3-1) @ Hillsboro L 0-2 2,778 Young (1-1) @ Hillsboro W 6-5 3,707 Nova (1-1) @ Vancouver W 7-2 4,447 Leenhouts (8-1) @ Vancouver L 1-6 5,157 Smith (1-1) @ Vancouver W 15-5 5.157 McVey (2-2) @ Vancouver L 4-8 4,564 Connolly (0-1) @ Vancouver L 1-2 (11) 5,157 Rogers (1-1) Boise L 2-5 2,742 Leenhouts (8-2) Boise L 11-16 3,216 Connolly (0-2) Boise L 1-8 3,178 Chase Johnson (3-2) @ Eugene W 3-0 3,886 Young (2-1) @ Eugene W 5-1 2,956 McVey (3-2) @ Eugene W 5-3 3,968 Slania (1-1) @ Boise L 6-10 2,523 Smith (1-2) @ Boise W 10-8 2,664 Jones (2-0) @ Boise W 10-6 4,072 Chris Johnson (6-3) Eugene W 7-1 2,347 Young (3-1) Eugene W 15-1 2,366 Leenhouts (9-2) Eugene W 6-4 2,230 Smith (2-2)

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Mendoza (1)

Montero (3)

Paniagua (1) Encinosa (1)

Montero (4) Montero (5) Montero (6)

Montero (7)

Montero (8)

Montero (9) Montero (10) Slania (1) Slania (2) Montero (11) Slania (3) Montero (12)

Montero (13)

RECORD 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 13-4 13-5 13-6 14-6 15-6 16-6 16-7 16-8 16-9 16-10 17-10 18-10 19-10 19-11 20-11 21-11 22-11 22-12 23-12 23-13 23-14 23-15 23-16 24-16 24-17 25-17 25-18 25-19 26-19 27-19 27-20 28-20 29-20 30-20 30-21 31-21 32-21 33-21 34-21 35-21 36-21 36-22 37-22 38-22 38-23 39-22 39-24 39-25 39-26 39-27 39-28 40-28 41-28 42-28 42-29 43-29 44-29 45-29 46-29 47-29

GB PLACE 0 T-1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +2.0 1st +3.0 1st +2.0 1st +1.5 1st +0.5 1st +1.0 1st +2.0 1st +3.0 1st +3.5 1st +4.0 1st +4.0 1st +4.0 1st +4.0 1st +4.0 1st +3.0 1st +2.0 1st +3.0 1st +4.0 1st +5.0 1st +5.0 1st +5.0 1st +4.0 1st +4.0 1st +5.0 1st +6.0 1st +6.0 1st +5.0 1st +5.0 1st +5.0 1st +5.0 1st +4.0 1st +4.0 1st +4.0 1st +3.0 1st +2.0 1st -1.0 T-2nd 0.0 T-1st -1.0 T-2nd -1.0 T-2nd -2.0 T-3rd -2.0 4th -2.0 T-3rd -1.0 T-2nd -1.0 T-2nd -1.0 T-2nd 0.0 T-1st +1.0 1st 0.0 T-1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +1.5 1st +2.0 1st +2.0 1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +2.0 1st +2.0 1st +1.0 1st 0.0 T-1st -1.0 T-2nd -2.0 3rd -1.0 2nd -1.0 2nd 0.0 T-1st -1.0 T-2nd 0.0 T-1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st +1.0 1st

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2013 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Bednar, Brandon Blair, Elliott Cornier, Gabriel Eberle, Sam Escalante, Eugene Hill, Kentrell Hollick, Tyler Honeycutt, Ryan Horan, Tyler Jones, Jonathan Jones, Ryan McCall, Shilo Miller, Blake Ortiz, Randy Otero, Cristian Polonius, John Ragira, Brian Rojas, Leonardo Ross, Ty Sy, Jeremy Tuntland, Ryan TEAM

AVG .272 .237 .197 .235 .300 .200 .262 .269 .295 .230 .336 .235 .309 .253 .237 .270 .263 .306 .243 .294 .254 .266

G 50 11 25 60 39 16 63 7 44 17 42 55 25 48 16 39 47 17 31 46 36 76

AB 202 38 66 204 130 45 237 26 176 61 143 196 97 150 38 148 179 62 103 170 122 2593

R 36 7 10 32 19 5 47 3 25 8 24 31 18 27 4 15 29 8 17 37 16 418

H 55 9 13 48 39 9 62 7 52 14 48 46 30 38 9 40 47 19 25 50 31 691

2B 9 2 2 14 8 3 7 2 11 2 12 14 8 4 1 4 12 7 11 12 6 151

3B 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 3 0 3 1 4 1 0 0 1 1 24

HR 6 0 1 5 1 0 3 1 4 1 0 4 3 0 0 1 3 1 0 8 3 45

RBI 34 0 8 30 19 0 27 6 25 10 23 30 12 7 7 25 36 9 8 41 19 376

BB 14 8 11 35 11 4 37 2 20 10 22 21 9 14 3 9 26 2 10 26 26 320

SO 28 8 17 36 34 14 53 4 34 21 25 67 19 36 12 24 54 12 21 44 30 593

SB 11 23 0 2 0 1 20 1 4 0 9 3 3 16 0 5 1 0 1 13 2 94

CS 3 0 0 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 3 1 0 0 2 3 26

OBP .332 .396 .316 .360 .377 .280 .374 .321 .372 .338 .429 .330 .373 .341 .326 .333 .371 .368 .313 .391 .393 .360

SLG .406 .289 .303 .407 .400 .267 .338 .462 .460 .344 .420 .398 .485 .320 .316 .372 .391 .468 .350 .518 .393 .395

SO 9 21 7 37 78 14 25 53 11 6 48 17 43 22 23 8 22 9 16 40 14 54 6 5 27 615

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

2013 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHERS W-L Connolly, Michael 0-2 Encinosa, Eduardo 0-0 Fern, Chris 0-0 Johnson, Chase 3-2 Johnson, Chris 6-3 Jones, Christian 2-0 Kurrasch, Joe 2-4 Leenhouts, Andrew 9-2 Maltos-Garcia, Arturo 0-0 Marlowe, Chris 0-0 McVey, Cameron 3-2 Mendoza, Lorenzo 3-1 Montero, Raymundo 2-2 Moronta, Reyes 2-2 Neff, Steven 1-0 Nova, Juan 1-1 Paniagua, Armando 0-1 Reyes, Jose 2-1 Rogers, Tyler 1-1 Shadle, Jake 4-1 Slania, Daniel 1-1 Smith, Jake 2-2 Soptic, Jeff 0-0 Vander Tuig, Nick 0-0 Young, Pat 3-1 TEAM 47-29

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ERA 10.61 3.12 15.95 4.17 2.49 3.29 5.03 2.39 6.89 1.08 3.19 4.68 1.82 4.98 2.49 6.92 2.48 2 3.1 3.03 3.95 3.61 2.25 13.5 0.92 3.49

G 6 14 8 10 15 11 9 15 10 7 22 9 25 6 14 10 25 4 14 21 12 19 4 3 8 76

GS 0 0 0 10 15 0 8 15 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 8 76

CG 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

SHO 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 5

SV 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 14 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 22

IP 9.1 17.1 7.1 41 83 13.2 34 71.2 15.2 8.1 42.1 25 29.2 21.2 21.2 13 36.1 18 20.1 38.2 13.2 42.1 4 6.2 39.1 674

H 18 8 25 36 65 14 45 68 19 5 34 28 20 24 25 12 34 13 16 32 13 37 2 15 26 634

R 11 6 16 24 27 8 23 23 13 2 15 19 8 15 6 12 14 4 7 17 7 19 1 10 7 314

ER 11 6 13 19 23 5 19 19 12 1 15 13 6 12 6 10 10 4 7 13 6 17 1 10 4 261

HR 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 5 1 0 1 4 2 2 0 3 2 0 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 38

HB 1 3 1 4 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 8 2 1 3 1 4 1 1 2 47

BB 6 10 2 12 8 2 12 14 10 1 14 5 7 8 5 10 20 9 9 12 3 21 1 2 9 212

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2013 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Blair, Elliot Eberle, Sam Jones, Jonathan Miller, Blake Ragira, Brian

PCT 1.000 .996 .994 .969 .987

G 3 27 17 14 18

PO 26 260 145 150 149

A 1 12 15 7 4

E 0 1 1 5 2

TC 27 273 161 162 155

DP 1 31 18 12 9

SECOND BASEMEN Bednar, Brandon Jones, Ryan Otero, Christian Polonius, John

.955 .980 .941 1.000

20 42 11 7

31 60 20 13

75 135 28 24

5 4 3 0

111 199 51 37

16 20 11 3

THIRD BASEMEN Bednar, Brandon Eberle, Sam Miller, Blake Otero, Christian Polonius, John Tuntland, Ryan

.933 .891 1.000 1.000 1.000 .874

9 18 11 1 7 34

6 12 4 1 3 19

22 37 14 1 12 57

2 6 0 0 0 11

30 55 18 2 15 87

1 3 3 0 0 7

SHORTSTOPS Bednar, Brandon Miller, Blake Otero, Christian Polonius, John Sy, Jeremy

.910 1.000 1.000 .979 .919

17 1 4 24 34

25 1 1 44 49

46 0 2 97 98

7 0 0 3 13

78 1 3 144 160

8 0 0 20 22

OUTFIELDERS Blair, Elliot Hill, Kentrell Hollick, Tyler Horan, Tyler McCall, Shilo Ortiz, Randy Ragira, Brian

1.000 .944 1.000 .982 .924 .952 .972

6 14 62 39 49 44 27

17 16 102 53 69 57 35

0 1 3 2 4 2 0

0 1 0 1 6 3 1

17 18 105 56 79 62 36

0 0 1 0 0 1 0

CATCHERS Cornier, Gabriel Escalante, Eugene Rojas, Leonardo Ross, Ty PITCHERS Connolly, Michael Encinosa, Eduardo Fern, Chris Johnson, Chase Johnson, Chris Jones, Christian Kurrasch, Joe Leenhouts, Andrew Maltos-Garcia, Arturo Marlowe, Chris McVey, Cameron Mendoza, Lorenzo Montero, Raymundo Moronta, Reyes Neff, Steven Nova, Juan Paniagua, Armando Reyes, Jose Rogers, Tyler Shadle, Jake Slania, Daniel Smith, Jake Soptic, Jeff Vander Tuig, Nick Young, Pat

PCT. .972 .983 1.000 .977 PCT. 1.000 .833 -.800 1.000 .750 1.000 .947 1.000 1.000 .889 1.000 .857 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 -.625 1.000 1.000 1.000

G 22 30 2 31

PO 151 213 10 238 G 6 14 8 10 15 11 9 15 10 7 22 9 25 6 14 10 25 4 14 21 12 19 4 3 8

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E 5 4 0 6 A 1 4 0 4 10 1 6 12 3 3 6 4 5 4 3 1 5 2 13 3 0 5 1 1 3

TC 177 239 11 264 E 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

DP 1 1 8 0 TC 1 6 0 10 17 4 8 19 3 3 9 5 7 5 3 1 7 7 15 5 0 8 1 1 7

PB 4 4 2 6 DP 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2013 TEAM LEADERS 2013 VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Brandon Bednar Games Tyler Hollick At Bats Tyler Hollick Runs Tyler Hollick Hits Tyler Hollick Doubles S. McCall, S. Eberle Triples John Polonius Home Runs Jeremy Sy Runs Batted In Jeremy Sy Total Bases Jeremy Sy Base on Balls Tyler Hollick Strikeouts Shilo McCall Hit by Pitch E. Escalante, S. McCall Stolen Bases Tyler Hollick Caught Stealing Tyler Hollick On Base Pct. Tyler Hollick Slugging Pct. Sam Eberle

.272 63 237 47 62 14 4 8 41 88 37 67 7 20 5 .374 .407

2013 VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins Andrew Leenhouts Losses Joe Kurrasch Earned Run Average Andrew Leenhouts Games A. Paniagua, R. Montero Games Started Chr. Johnson, A. Leenhouts Saves Raymundo Montero Innings Pitched Chris Johnson Hits Allowed Andrew Leenhouts Runs Allowed Chris Johnson Earned Runs Allowed Chris Johnson Home Runs Allowed Andrew Leenhouts Strikeouts Chris Johnson Base on Balls Jake Smith Hit Batsmen Armando Paniagua Wild Pitches Jake Smith Balks 4 tied with Opp. Batting Average Chris Johnson

Minimum 205 plate appearances

9 4 2.39 25 15 14 83.0 68 27 23 5 78 21 8 11 1 .207

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2013 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched Most Hits Allowed Most Runs Allowed Most Earned Runs Allowed Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks

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6 (Hollick, 6/28 @ Hil. & 8/22 vs. Boi.) 4 (Sy, 8/18 @ Vancouver) 5 (Hollick, 6/22 vs. Vancouver) 2 (6 tied with 2) 2 (Polonius, 8/30 @ Boi.; Ortiz 8/31 vs. Eug.) 2 (Eberle, 7/3 vs. Boise) 4 (5 tied with 2) 3 (Hollick, 6/22 vs. Vancouver) 8 (Sy, 9/1 vs. Eugene)

6.1 (Chris Johnson, 7/30 vs. Tri-City) 10 (Kurrasch, 7/23 vs. Hillsboro) 6 (3 tied with 6) 6 (3 tied with 6) 11 (Chris Johnson, 7/10 vs. Spo.) 4 (Smith, 6/21 vs. Vancouver) 2 (Paniagua, 6/21 vs. Vancouver) 2 (3 tied with 2) 1 (4 tied with 1)

TEAM BATTING Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

15 (8/18 @ Van.; 9/1 vs. Eugene) 21 (8/21 vs. Boise) 6 (7/26 vs. Tri-City) 2 (8/30 @ Boise & 8/31 vs. Eugene) 4 (7/16 @ Eugene; 9/1 vs. Eugene) 15 (9/1 vs. Eugene) 13 (6/20 vs. Vancouver) 13 (7/11 vs. Spokane) 2 (4 tied with 2) 5 (8/3 @ Spokane) 18 (8/25 @ Eugene)

TEAM PITCHING Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

2 (8/24 @ Eugene; 9/1 vs. Eugene) 18 (8/22 vs. Boise) 16 (8/22 vs. Boise) 15 (8/22 vs. Boise) 15 (7/10 vs. Spo. & 8/29 @ Boise) 10 (8/19 @ Vancouver) 3 (6/21 vs. Vancouver) 2 (3 tied with 2) 1 (4 tied with 1) 10 (8/22 vs. Boise)

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2013 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:57 3:57 1:22 2:08 4,610 7,048 1,556 909 8 4 5 3 8 3

vs. Boise 8/22 vs. Boise 8/22 vs. Vancouver (5 innings) vs. Tri-City vs. Boise 7/3 @ Spokane 8/3 vs. Eugene 7/16 @ Eugene 6/25 (6/23-30) (8/19-23) (8/8-12) (6/20-22 & 8/21-23) (6/25-30 + 7/4-5) (7/6-8 & 7/20-22)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2013 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Boise Vs. Eugene Vs. Hillsboro Vs. Everett Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Vancouver Total vs. South Total vs. North June July August September

W 5 2 11 47 3 44 5 12 9 7 6 4 4 26 21 13 14 18 2

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W 3 1 8 24 1 23 1 6 4 5 3 3 2 11 13 5 11 6 2

ROAD L 1 0 6 14 0 14 5 0 2 0 2 2 3 7 7 3 8 3 0

W 2 1 3 23 2 21 4 6 5 2 3 1 2 15 8 8 3 12 0

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2013 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS OVERALL W-L 44-32 39-37 38-38 34-42

NORTH Everett* ** Vancouver Spokane Tri-City

W-L 23-15 22-16 20-18 19-19

FIRST HALF PCT. GB .605 — .579 1 .353 3 .500 3

SECOND HALF W-L PCT. GB 21-17 .553 — 17-21 .447 4 18-20 .474 3 15-23 .368 6

Manager Rob Mummau Clayton McCullough Tim Hutlett, Sr. Drew Saylor

OVERALL FIRST HALF SECOND HALF SOUTH W-L W-L PCT. GB W-L PCT. GB Manager SALEM-KEIZER* ** 47-29 23-15 .605 — 24-14 .632 — Gary Davenport Boise 41-35 21-17 .553 2 20-18 .526 4 Gary Van Tol Hillsboro 34-42 11-27 .395 12 23-15 .605 1 Audo Vicente Eugene 27-49 13-25 .342 10 14-24 .368 10 Jim Gabella Vancouver defeated Boise, two games to one, to win Northwest League Championship Series. * First Half Champion ** Second Half Champion

Attendance 92,489 184,042 187,371 83,987 Attendance 98,024 91,324 112,028 135,167

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Salem-Keizer Vancouver Everett Hillsboro Tri-City Spokane Eugene

AVG .269 .266 .255 .250 .238 .231 .227 .221

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2561 2593 2643 2528 2583 2471 2558 2490

R 384 418 350 324 298 284 295 245

H 690 691 673 631 615 572 581 551

2B 129 151 120 108 119 101 106 122

3B 13 24 17 16 20 22 17 10

HR 50 45 23 36 29 13 35 27

RBI 337 376 291 277 256 243 258 211

BB 265 320 311 259 245 279 262 208

SO 573 593 640 624 613 607 585 649

SB 57 94 77 88 73 119 57 43

CS 22 26 27 41 20 58 27 28

L 37 38 42 29 42 35 32 49

ERA 3.23 3.28 3.29 3.49 3.53 3.58 4.01 4.02

CG 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0

SHO 8 3 7 5 3 7 7 8

SV 17 17 17 22 25 20 21 14

IP 688.1 686.2 684.0 674.0 675.2 662.0 670.1 671.1

H 645 637 610 634 604 618 629 627

R 306 293 319 314 316 330 349 371

ER 247 250 250 261 265 263 299 300

HR 15 37 27 38 23 30 40 48

BB 220 260 305 212 270 260 280 342

SO 550 681 596 615 518 646 622 656

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Vancouver Spokane Hillsboro Salem-Keizer Tri-City Boise Everett Eugene

W 39 38 34 47 34 41 44 27

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Spokane Vancouver Everett Tri-City Hillsboro Boise Salem-Keizer Eugene

PCT .971 .971 .971 .969 .969 .967 .966 .961

PO 2061 2065 2011 2027 2053 1991 2022 2014

A 794 909 823 854 877 801 863 775

E 84 99 85 91 95 96 100 112

TC 2939 3063 2919 2972 3025 2888 2985 2901

DP 73 74 65 79 74 65 71 84

PB 10 8 15 18 19 6 16 24

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS C INF INF INF INF INF OF OF OF SP SP SP RP

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NORTH DIVISION PLAYER Mike Reeves L.B. Danzler Jordan Leyland Alex Mehrten DJ Peterson Jack Reinheimer Chris Garia Brendan Kalfus Ian Parmley Jeremy Gabryszwski Eric Brown Lars Huijer Trent Daniel

TEAM Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Tri-City Everett Everett Spokane Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Everett Tri-City

POS C INF INF INF INF OF OF OF OF SP SP SP RP RP

SOUTH DIVISION PLAYER Lance Rymel Sam Eberle Dan Lockhart Jacob Rogers Jeremy Sy Yasiel Balaguert Tyler Hollick Yogey Perez-Ramos Ronnie Richardson Andrew Leenhouts James Pugliese Erik Schoenrock Will Locante Raymundo Montero

TEAM Boise VOLCANOES Boise Boise VOLCANOES Boise VOLCANOES Hillsboro Eugene VOLCANOES Boise Eugene Hillsboro VOLCANOES

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2013 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Kevin Encarnacion, BOI Yogey Perez-Ramons, HIL L.B. Danzler, VAN RUNS Jacob Rogers, BOI Marcus Greene, SPO Ronnie Richardson, EUG TRIPLES Chris Garia, SPO Chris O’Dowd, T-C John Polonius, S-K TOTAL BASES L.B. Danzler, VAN Jacob Rogers, BOI Yogey Perez-Ramos, HIL STOLEN BASES Ian Parmley, VAN Taylor Ratliff, HIL Tyler Hollick, S-K

.322 .314 .302 45 41 38 5 4 4 117 107 104 23 21 20

GAMES Jacob Rogers, BOI Ryan Gebhardt, HIL Cam Schiller, SPO

74 69 69

AT BATS Yogey Perez-Ramos, HIL Jacob Rogers, BOI Ian Parmley, VAN

HITS Yogey Perez-Ramos, HIL Dan Lockhardt, BOI Jacob Rogers, BOI

82 72 72

DOUBLES L.B. Danzler, VAN Michael Benjamin, T-C Carlos Penalver, BOI

20 17 16

RBI Yasiel Balaguert, BOI Jacob Rogers, BOI Jeremy Sy, S-K

48 47 41

HOME RUNS L.B. Danzler, VAN 5 others tied with

9 8

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Kevin Encarnacion, BOI L.B. Danzler, VAN Ronnie Richardson, EUG BASE ON BALLS Jacob Rogers, BOI Marcus Greene, SPO Ronnie Richardson, EUG

.514 .504 .444 45 41 38

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Ronnie Richardson, EUG Alec Mehrten, T-C Chaz Frank, VAN STRIKEOUTS Justin Atkinson, VAN Jacob Rogers, BOI Yasiel Balaguert, BOI

261 259 257

.475 .413 .412 74 71 70

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Andrew Leenhouts, S-K Lars Huijer, EVE Chris Johnson, S-K

9 8 6

LOSSES Erik Cabrera, EUG Ross Gerdeman, HIL Justin James, VAN

7 7 7

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Kelvin Vasquez, SPO James Pugliese, BOI Andrew Leenhouts, S-K

2.13 2.32 2.39 93.2 88.1 83.2

GAMES Adam Cimber, EUG Chuck Gysels, VAN Marc Magliaro, T-C

28 28 27

GAMES STARTED Kyle Anderson, VAN Chris Johnson, S-K Andrew Leenhouts S-K

15 15 15

INNINGS PITCHED Ross Gerdeman, HIL Ryan Werner, T-C Ben Eckels, HIL

SAVES Trent Daniel, T-C Raymundo Montero, S-K Chuck Ghysels, VAN

15 14 11

STRIKEOUTS Chris Johnson, S-K Kelvin Vasquez, SPO Coby Cowgill, EUG

78 72 62

WALKS Erik Cabrera, EUG Ben Eckels, HIL Austin Platt, HIL

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Andrew Leenhouts, S-K Hits Allowed Ross Gerdeman, HIL Runs Allowed Duane Underwood, BOI Earned Runs Allowed Ross Gerdeman, HIL Home Runs Allowed Jimmy Brasoban, EUG Hit Batters Thyago Vieira, EVE Wild Pitches Huascar Brazoban, T-C

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.818 88 44 37 10 16 16

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Wilson Soriano, T-C Sacrifice Flies David Bote, BOI Barrettt Serrato, SPO Hit By Pitch Alec Mehrten, T-C Caught Stealing Ronnie Richardson, EUG Grounded into DP 3 tied with

40 40 40

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The 2012 Season: Second-Half Surge Falls Short After a disappointing opening to the 2012 Northwest League Season, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes entered the final series of the back end of the year in contention for a playoff spot. With six games remaining in the second half, the Volcanoes were 2.5 games back of first place shared by both the Vancouver Canadians and the Eugene Emeralds in the NWL West Division. Unfortunately, the defending champion Vancouver Canadians were able to pull away from the Volcanoes and Emeralds in the final two games to get back to the playoffs. The C’s won the title, making it the first time a team claimed consecutive crowns since Salem-Keizer claimed back-to-back titles in 2006 and 2007. Fifth-year manager Tom Trebelhorn’s consistent optimism was instrumental in the back-half turnaround of the Volcanoes, who won just two overall series in 10 series tries. Salem-Keizer began the second half with an inspiring stretch that lifted the club into playoff contention. Starting July 27, against rival Eugene, the Volcanoes bested the Emeralds at home to begin a streak of four series wins in five tries. The Volcanoes claimed the first contest in the series 14-6, scoring 11 runs from the third to the fifth inning. They were also aided by five Eugene errors in the game, as the Volcanoes took two of three games. Salem-Keizer hit the road for the final meeting of the season against Everett, a place they had not won since July 2011. In the first game of the Everett series on August 3, the Volcanoes went into extra innings. First baseman Joe Rapp smoked a 10th inning home run over the center field wall and the Volcanoes defensively capped off the game with a brilliant double play by third baseman Stephen Yarrow. The rubber match featured a career day from outfielder Mike Mergenthaler, who recorded four hits, including three doubles (tied for a franchise best in a game), as the Volcanoes came from behind to win 9-5 to take the set 2-1. Next, Salem-Keizer returned to Volcanoes Stadium to face off against Spokane for the first time in 2012. In the second game of the five game set against Spokane, Joe Biagini picked up his first professional win in 17 starts in 2012 including previous experience with the Augusta Greenjackets (A). In the fourth contest against Spokane, second baseman Ryan Jones torched an RBI single into left field in the bottom of the 10th inning to score outfielder Chuckie Jones to give SalemKeizer the 7-6 win, taking the series over the Indians. “The Joneses” combined for three of the final four walk-off wins the Volcanoes would have in 2012. Traveling overnight to Boise the following series, the Volcanoes butted heads with the eventual NWL second half East Division champ Hawks. The Volcanoes notched a statement win in the second contest at Memorial Stadium. Salem-Keizer recorded a five-run top of the seventh inning en route to winning 10-9 over the Hawks. The following night, the San Francisco Giants affiliate hung nine runs on the scoreboard in the top of the eighth inning, a season high in a frame, en route to a blowout 11-4 win. 34

The offensive fireworks would come auspiciously in the rubber match of the series as Salem-Keizer blasted five home runs, featuring two from the Giants third-round pick, outfielder Mac Williamson, to propel S-K 13-5, marking their third straight series win. That momentum, however, could only carry the Volcanoes so far. The Volcanoes lost back-to-back three game sets to playoff contending Eugene and Vancouver to knock them out from a last ditch effort to get back to the post season for the first time since 2009, the last time S-K won the NWL. Despite winning 6 of the final 10 games over Spokane and TriCity, Vancouver grabbed the final playoff spot over Eugene by just a half game. While the Volcanoes were not represented on the NWL All-Star Team for the first time in franchise history, the squad featured several young stars that provided highlights night after night. First baseman Joe Rapp finished the season batting .272 with 11 doubles, a triple and 11 home runs, good for second place in homers the Northwest League. Rapp wrapped up 2012 reaching safely in his final 27 home games, the longest home streak in the league by four games. It started June 26. During that stretch, Rapp hit .297 with 30 hits, 3 doubles, 5 homers, 20 RBI, and a .413 OBP. Quite possibly one of the best streaks in 2012 was put together by teammate Kentrell Hill, who reached safely for 36 consecutive games spanning July 5 through August 16. The leadoff outfielder hit .311 with 42 hits, 23 runs scored, four doubles, 5 RBI, 30 walks, and a .434 OBP. For the season, Hill ranked second in the league in OBP (.404) and third in walks (40). Williamson was a dynamic addition to the line up right from the start. In just 29 games, the outfielder racked up 39 hits, 8 doubles, 7 home runs, 25 RBI, a .392 OBP, with a .596 slugging percentage. He also lead the team with a .342 average. Shortstop Matt Duffy’s season was cut short because of a hand injury in early August, but was a surprise of consistency at the top of the order. The Long Beach, CA, native smacked Salem-Keizer’s only grand slam of the season en route to a .247 batting average with 31 runs scored, a 26 BB/22 K ratio with a team-leading 10 steals. While the pitching struggled for most of the season, Joan Gregorio will go down in the record books as only one of five Volcanoes to make 16 starts in a season. Gregorio went 7-7, working 76.1 innings and tossing a staff-best 69 strikeouts in 2012. Closer Tyler Mizenko finished the campaign tied for the NWL lead in saves (13) and potentially could have been in first place, but lost his final save opportunity on the final game of the season. Mizenko was dominant in the role, going 3-0 with a 1.99 ERA. He allowed earned runs in just four of 24 games, and went a stretch from July 20 to August 28 with 13 straight scoreless outings. Opponents hit just .229 against the Wallingford, CT, native. Manager Tom Treblehorn passed the 2,250 wins mark of career managerial games dating back to 1975 with the NWL Boise A’s, where he began as a 27-year-old skipper. The Oregon Sports Hall of Famer sits at 2253-1106 through 18 managerial seasons. Salem-Keizer looks to get back to the playoffs next season, where the franchise rooted itself early in its development. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/15 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 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 7/31 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 8/28 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1

OPPONENT Boise Boise Boise Boise Boise @Yakima @Yakima @Yakima @Yakima @Yakima Eugene Eugene Eugene Everett Everett Everett @Vancouver @Vancouver @Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver @Eugene @Eugene @Eugene Yakima Yakima Yakima Yakima Yakima Everett Everett Everett @Tri-City @Tri-City @Tri-City @Tri-City @Tri-City @Everett @Everett @Everett Eugene Eugene Eugene @Vancouver @Vancouver @Vancouver @Everett @Everett @Everett Spokane Spokane Spokane Spokane Spokane @Boise @Boise @Boise @Boise @Boise @Eugene @Eugene @Eugene Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver @Spokane @Spokane @Spokane @Spokane @Spokane Tri-City Tri-City Tri-City Tri-City Tri-City

W/L W W W L W L W L W L L L L L L L W W L L L W L W L L L W L L L L W L L L L W L W L W L W L L L W L W W W L W L L W W L W W L L L L W W L W W L W W L L W

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SCORE 3-2 (12) 7-4 4-3 4-6 (11) 4-1 2-8 6-4 2-4 5-3 0-2 7-10 1-6 4-8 4-6 5-7 2-4 (11) 5-1 2-1 3-4 2-8 2-10 5-3 1-3 17-2 2-4 7-8 5-8 6-4 0-4 8-10 2-11 2-6 11-4 5-7 1-2 4-5 (10) 2-6 7-6 (10) 2-3 6-4 1-4 14-6 6-11 3-2 2-3 1-5 4-11 4-3 (10) 6-11 9-5 4-2 5-2 2-3 7-6 (10) 8-9 1-4 10-9 11-4 0-5 13-5 3-2 4-5 2-3 0-3 1-4 3-0 3-0 0-3 2-1 (13) 5-2 4-10 4-3 7-2 10-16 6-10 7-6 (13)

ATT 3,256 3,250 3,226 2,282 1,939 2,233 1,862 1,026 1,511 1,550 2,307 2,179 2,439 1,714 2,664 1,895 5,157 2,986 2,173 5,148 2,985 3,320 3,473 2,969 1,689 2,601 2,200 3,318 3,564 3,276 2,109 1,907 2,420 2,886 2,829 2,740 1.703 1,557 2,265 3,598 2,545 3,195 2,827 2,935 5,074 4,010 4,636 2,385 4,538 3,954 2,205 1,936 2,415 2,257 4,242 2,702 1,575 2,538 2,568 3,490 2,950 3,551 3,888 2,710 2,371 2,322 3,406 4,673 6,557 4,967 6,074 2,157 2,276 2,312 3,351 2,365

WIN/LOSS Graham (1-0) Gregorio (1-0) Gardeck (1-0) Noel (0-1) Johnson (1-0) Mendoza (0-1) McVay (1-0) Montero (0-1) Noel (1-1) M. Rodriguez (0-1) Kurrasch (0-1) Gregorio (1-1) R. Montero (0-2) Kurrasch (0-2) M. Rodriguez (0-2) Gardeck (1-1) Gregorio (2-1) Montero (1-2) Flores (0-1) M. Rodriguez (0-3) Biagini (0-1) Gregorio (2-1) Montero (1-3) Flores (1-1) C. Johnson (1-1) Biagini (0-2) Gregorio (3-2) Montero (2-3) Flores (1-2) Zeigler (0-1) Biagini (0-3) Gregorio (3-3) Montero (3-3) Flores (1-3) Stratton (0-1) S. Johnson (0-1) Gregorio (3-4) Paniagua (1-0) Bilodeau (0-1) Mizenko (1-0) Biagini (0-4) Gregorio (4-4) Montero (3-4) Lamb (1-0) C. Johnson (1-2) Gregorio (4-5) Gardeck (1-2) Mizenko (2-0) Mendoza (0-2) Graham (2-0) Gregorio (5-5) Biagini (1-4) Zeigler (0-2) Mizenko (3-0) Paniagua (1-1) Gregorio (5-6) Bilodeau (1-1) Gardeck (2-2) Mendoza (0-3) Okert (1-0) Gregorio (6-6) Madrid (5-0) Zeigler (0-3) Mendoza (0-4) C. Johnson (1-3) Gregorio (7-6) Biagini (2-4) Lamb (1-1) Graham (3-0) C. Johnson (2-3) Gregorio (7-7) Graham (4-0) Lamb (2-1) Zeigler (0-4) C. Johnson (2-4) Okert (2-0)

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RECORD 1-0 Bilodeau (1) 2-0 3-0 3-1 Mizenko (1) 4-1 4-2 Mizenko (2) 5-2 5-3 Mizenko (3) 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 7-10 Bilodeau (2) 8-10 8-11 8-12 8-13 Mizenko (4) 9-13 9-14 10-14 10-15 10-16 10-17 Mizenko (5) 11-17 11-18 11-19 11-20 11-21 12-21 12-22 12-23 12-24 12-25 Mendoza (1) 13-25 13-26 14-26 14-27 15-27 15-28 Mizenko (6) 16-28 16-29 16-30 16-31 17-31 17-32 18-32 S. Johnson (1) 19-32 Mizenko (7) 20-32 20-33 21-33 21-34 21-35 Mizenko (8) 22-35 23-35 23-36 McVay (1) 24-36 Mizenko (9) 25-36 25-37 25-38 25-39 25-40 Mizenko (10) 26-40 Mizenko (11) 27-40 27-41 Mizenko (12) 28-41 S. Johnson (2) 29-41 29-42 Mizenko (13) 30-42 Bilodeau (3) 31-42 31-43 31-44 32-44

GB PLACE 0 T-1 0 T-1 0 1 0 T-1 0 T-1 0 T-1 0 T-1 1.0 3 1.0 3 2.0 3 2.0 T-3 3.0 4 4.0 4 5.0 4 6.0 4 7.0 4 6.0 4 6.0 4 7.0 4 7.0 4 7.0 4 7.0 4 7.0 4 7.0 4 8.0 4 9.0 4 10.0 4 9.5 4 11.0 4 11.0 4 12.0 4 13.0 4 12.0 4 13.0 4 14.0 4 15.0 4 15.0 4 15.0 4 1.0 T-2 1.0 T-2 1.0 3 0.5 T-2 1.0 3 1.0 2 1.0 3 1.5 3 2.5 3 2.5 T-3 3.5 4 3.5 T-3 3.5 3 2.5 3 2.5 3 1.5 2 2.5 3 2.5 3 2.5 3 2.5 3 3.5 3 2.5 3 2.5 3 3.5 3 3.5 3 4.5 T-3 5.5 T-3 4.5 3 3.5 3 3.5 T-3 3.5 3 2.5 3 3.5 T-3 3 3 3 3 4 3 4.5 T-3 4.5 3

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2012 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Branca, Stephen Brown, Trevor Cain, Andrew Delfino, Mitchell Delgado, Jean Duffy, Matthew Eberle, Sam Hill, Kentrell Jones, Charles Jones, Ryan Mergenthaler, M. Metzger, Brennan Nicholson, Bryan Rapp, Joeseph Ricardo, Dashenko Rodriguez, Rafael Williamson, Mac Yarrow, Stephen TEAM TOTAL

AVG .248 .221 .243 .269 .150 .247 .248 .283 .242 .227 .233 .210 .222 .272 .253 .235 .342 .199 .247

G 40 33 44 41 7 47 36 55 67 60 39 38 3 64 47 43 29 53 76

AB 153 122 140 167 20 182 105 198 236 198 139 105 9 239 162 162 114 171 2622

R 15 10 19 15 1 31 10 33 42 20 27 20 0 34 13 9 22 17 338

H 38 27 34 45 3 45 26 56 57 45 31 22 2 65 41 38 39 34 648

2B 7 8 6 12 0 4 4 8 13 8 7 6 0 11 5 10 8 6 123

3B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 7

HR 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 6 1 3 1 0 11 2 3 7 3 43

RBI 14 12 13 19 1 16 12 8 31 20 19 6 1 42 17 20 25 12 288

BB 11 13 18 9 2 26 17 40 37 22 16 21 2 33 54 9 6 16 302

SO 34 16 49 34 5 22 22 50 68 35 25 15 4 73 4 31 19 49 585

SB 3 1 5 2 0 10 0 8 4 2 0 6 0 1 0 7 0 0 49

CS 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 10 0 3 0 2 0 1 3 7 0 3 34

OBP .299 .297 .338 .315 .227 .361 .344 .404 .351 .307 .308 .394 .364 .375 .268 .287 .392 .263 .333

SLG .353 .287 .343 .341 .150 .286 .286 .323 .373 .283 .367 .295 .222 .464 .333 .364 .596 .298 .349

SO 63 37 7 34 45 21 69 47 10 3 16 43 45 29 38 9 22 32 8 22 16 21 646

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 5

2012 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHERS W-L Biagini, Joe 2-4 Bilodeau, Keith 1-1 Bucardo, Jorge 0-0 Flores, Kendry 1-3 Gardeck, Ian 2-2 Graham, Matthew 4-0 Gregorio, Joan 7-7 Johnson, Chris 2-4 Johnson, Stephen 0-2 Kurrasch, Joe 0-2 Lamb, Cameron 2-1 McVay, Mason 1-0 Mendoza, Lorenzo 0-4 Mizenko, Tyler 3-0 Montero, Raymundo 3-4 Noel, Franklin 1-1 Okert, Stephen 2-0 Paniagua, Armando 1-1 Rodriguez, Mario 0-3 Santiago, Gaspar 0-0 Stratton, Chris 0-1 Zeigler, Randall 0-4 TEAM 32-44

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ERA 4.27 3.60 6.55 4.46 4.20 2.60 5.54 6.84 2.63 10.80 2.42 1.19 4.96 1.99 4.38 5.40 2.36 4.78 7.94 1.59 2.76 8.53 4.38

G 14 22 8 10 19 22 16 16 17 3 9 18 14 24 11 7 15 19 4 15 8 14 76

GS 12 0 0 8 0 0 16 6 0 0 3 0 10 0 11 0 0 0 4 0 5 1 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

SV 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19

IP 59.0 40.0 11.0 42.1 30.0 27.2 76.1 48.2 19.1 5.0 22.1 30.1 49.0 31.2 49.1 11.2 26.2 26.1 17.0 22.2 16.1 19.1 681.2

H 54 40 14 44 22 19 85 56 19 7 17 23 64 27 58 14 26 34 26 14 14 24 701

R 32 21 10 26 19 10 49 40 11 6 8 4 27 9 28 9 9 18 15 4 6 21 382

ER 28 16 8 21 14 8 47 37 10 6 6 4 27 7 24 7 7 14 15 4 5 18 332

HR 5 6 1 4 0 1 9 7 2 0 0 0 5 0 5 1 0 2 3 1 1 2 55

HB 3 0 1 0 1 6 3 2 0 1 1 1 3 0 4 0 4 2 0 4 2 5 43

BB 18 15 2 11 24 21 23 11 12 3 6 13 9 5 17 5 11 16 4 16 10 14 266

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2012 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Brown, Trevor Mergenthaler, M. Nicholson, Bryan Rapp, Joseph Yarrow, Stephen

PCT 1.000 .950 1.000 .991 1.000

G 7 3 3 63 5

PO 63 16 27 540 34

A 2 3 2 32 2

E 0 1 0 5 0

TC 65 20 29 577 36

DP 5 3 3 31 1

SECOND BASEMEN Branca, Stephen Delgado, Jean Jones, Ryan Yarrow, Stephen

.967 1.000 .968 1.000

17 4 60 1

18 4 101 2

40 7 143 0

2 0 8 0

60 11 252 2

5 1 22 0

THIRD BASEMEN Branca, Stephen Delfino, Mitchell Delgado, Jean Eberle, Sam Yarrow, Stephen

.833 .912 1.000 -.959

1 39 1 3 39

3 18 1 0 39

2 75 5 0 77

1 9 0 0 5

6 102 6 0 121

0 7 0 0 5

SHORTSTOPS Branca, Stephen Delgado, Jean Duffy, Matthew Yarrow, Stephen

.968 .857 .935 .935

22 2 45 9

29 4 61 10

61 8 127 19

3 2 13 2

93 14 201 31

12 1 12 5

OUTFIELDERS Cain, Andrew Hill, Kentrell Jones, Charles Mergenthaler, M. Metzger, Brennan Rodriguez, Rafael Williamson, Mac

1.000 .972 .984 .933 .981 1.000 .976

38 46 60 23 34 22 23

60 65 119 26 52 31 37

5 4 4 2 1 0 3

0 2 2 2 1 0 1

65 71 125 30 54 31 41

2 0 0 1 0 0 2

CATCHERS Brown, Trevor Eberle, Sam Ricardo, Dashenko PITCHERS Biagini, Joe Bilodeau, Keith Bucardo, Jorge Flores, Kendry Gardeck, Ian Graham, Matthew Gregorio, Joan Johnson, Chris Johnson, Stephen Kurrash, Joseph Lamb, Cameron McVay, Mason Mendoza, Lorenzo Mizenko, Tyler Montero, Raymundo Noel, Franklin Okert, Stephen Paniagua, Armando Rodriguez, Mario Santiago, Gaspar Stratton, Chris Zeigler, Randall

PCT. .992 .978 .977 PCT. .900 .857 1.000 1.000 .500 .750 .889 .857 .500 1.000 1.000 .625 1.000 1.000 .901 .667 .727 .838 1.000 1.000 1.000 .800

G 14 29 46

PO 115 209 326 G 14 22 8 10 19 22 16 16 17 3 9 18 14 24 11 7 15 19 19 15 8 14

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E 1 5 9 A 8 9 3 6 3 2 10 4 0 1 4 3 7 6 6 1 6 3 4 3 4 3

TC 126 232 387 E 1 2 0 0 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 1

DP 2 2 8 TC 10 14 6 7 6 4 18 7 2 1 4 8 8 10 10 3 11 6 4 5 4 5

PB 2 10 4 DP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2012 TEAM LEADERS 2012 VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Kentrell Hill Games Charles Jones At Bats Joseph Rapp Runs Charles Jones Hits Joseph Rapp Doubles Charles Jones Triples Michael Mergenthaler Home Runs Joseph Rapp Runs Batted In Joseph Rapp Total Bases Joseph Panik Base on Balls Charles Jones Strikeouts Joseph Rapp Hit by Pitch Joseph Rapp, Matt Duffy Stolen Bases Kentrell Hill Caught Stealing Kentrell Hill On Base Pct. Kentrell Hill Slugging Pct. Joseph Rapp

.283 67 239 42 65 13 2 11 42 111 88 73 7 8 10 .404 .464

2012 VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins Joan Gregorio Losses Joan Gregorio Earned Run Average Joan Gregorio Games Tyler Mizenko Games Started Joan Gregorio Saves Tyler Mizenko Innings Pitched Joan Gregorio Hits Allowed Joan Gregorio Runs Allowed Joan Gregorio Earned Runs Allowed Joan Gregorio Home Runs Allowed Joan Gregorio Strikeouts Joan Gregorio Base on Balls Ian Gardeck Hit Batsmen Matthew Graham Wild Pitches Matthew Graham Balks Five tied with Opp. Batting Average Joan Gregorio

Minimum 205 plate appearances

7 7 5.54 24 16 13 76.1 85 49 47 9 69 24 6 9 1 .272

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2012 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched Most Hits Allowed Most Runs Allowed Most Earned Runs Allowed Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks

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6 (Duffy, Metzger, Hill several times) 3 (Duffy, Metzger, Hill several times) 4 (Cain-8/15, Mergenthaler-8/5, Rapp-6/28) 3 (Mergenthaler, 8/5) 1 (7 times) 2 (Williamson, 8/5) 6 (Rapp, 7/8) 3 (Duffy, 7/1) 7 (Rapp, 7/8)

7.0 (Mendoza, 6/15) 11 (Gregorio, 8/11) 8 (Gregorio, 8/5) 8 (Gregorio, 8/5) 10 (Biagini, 7/11) 6 (Santiago, 7/4) 2 (Graham, 7/12) 2 (Graham, 7/4 & 6/18) 1 (5 times – Zeigler, Gregorio, S. Johnson, M. Rodriguez, Montero)

TEAM BATTING Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

17 (7/9 @ Eugene) 16 (8/12 @ Boise) 5 (7/25 @ Everett) 1 (7 times) 5 (8/15 @ Boise) 10 (3 times) 17 (8/23 @ Boise) 10 (7/9 @ Eugene) 2 (7/5 vs. Vancouver) 3 (2X, 6/16 vs. Boise, 7/1 @ Vancouver) 12 (6/20 vs. Everett)

TEAM PITCHING Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

5 (7/8 @ Eugene) 18 (8/30 vs. Tri-City) 16 (8/30 vs. Tri-City) 12 (8/30 vs. Tri-City) 16 (8/20 vs. Vancouver) 10 (8/31 vs. Tri-City, 7/4 vs. Vancouver) 2 (7/23 @ Tri-City) 3 (3 times) 1 (5 times) 17 (8/24 @ Spokane)

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2012 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:01 4:01 2:09 2:09 5,148 6,557 1,714 1,026 3 7 3 8 2 5

vs. Yakima 7/15 vs. Yakima 7/15 @ Yakima 6/24 @ Yakima 6/24 vs. Vancouver 7/4 @ Spokane 8/24 vs. Everett 6/27 @ Everett 7/21 (2X, 6/15-6/17, 8/5-8/7) (6/24-6/30) (3X, 6/15-6/17, 7/29-8/7, 8/21-8/29) (6/25-7/5) (7/1-7/2) (7/9-7/22)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2012 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September

W 2 4 12 32 4 28 4 4 4 7 6 4 3 12 20 6 9 16 1

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W 0 3 6 22 0 15 2 1 1 4 3 3 1 4 11 4 5 7 1

ROAD L 5 1 3 16 0 22 4 5 5 1 2 2 4 14 9 7 11 6 0

W 2 1 6 12 4 13 2 3 3 3 3 1 2 8 9 2 4 9 0

L 0 2 7 26 1 21 4 3 3 2 2 4 3 10 11 3 9 9 0

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2012 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS OVERALL W-L 37-39 36-40 32-44 28-48

EAST Boise** Yakima* Tri-City Spokane WEST Eugene Everett* Vancouver** SALEM-KEIZER

W-L 13-25 21-17 18-20 12-26

FIRST HALF PCT. .342 .553 .474 .316

GB 8.0 — 3.0 9.0

SECOND HALF W-L PCT. GB 24-14 .632 — 15-23 .595 9.0 14-24 .368 10.0 16-22 .421 8.0

Manager Mark Johnson Audo Vincente Freddie Ocascio Tim Hutlett, Sr.

OVERALL FIRST HALF SECOND HALF W-L W-L PCT. GB W-L PCT. GB Manager 47-29 24-13 .649 3.5 23-16 .590 1.0 Pat Murphy 46-30 28-10 .737 — 18-20 .474 5.0 Rob Mumau 46-30 22-15 .595 5.5 24-15 .615 — Clayton McCullough 32-44 13-25 .342 15.0 19-19 .500 4.5 Tom Trebelhorn Vancouver defeated Boise, two games to one, to win Northwest League Championship Series. * First Half Champion ** Second Half Champion

Attendance 91,167 61,895 86,095 179,880 Attendance 115,569 95,929 164,461 101,785

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Everett Spokane VOLCANOES Yakima Eugene Tri-City Vancouver

AVG .278 .261 .249 .247 .241 .241 .240 .236

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2638 2607 2597 2622 2561 2533 2533 2536

R 408 389 320 338 305 334 313 360

H 733 681 647 648 618 610 608 599

2B 140 130 118 123 114 117 105 136

3B 29 15 21 7 19 16 20 26

HR 64 58 31 43 33 32 21 44

RBI 368 340 280 288 266 297 280 322

BB 216 288 264 302 222 329 248 299

SO 585 607 621 585 549 525 619 643

SB 44 119 46 49 63 83 86 67

CS 33 31 27 34 30 36 36 27

L 29 40 30 30 44 48 44 39

ERA 3.00 3.17 3.54 3.84 3.94 3.94 4.38 4.50

CG 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 2 6 8 2 3 6 2 6

SV 23 16 23 26 18 14 19 20

IP 683.0 675.2 671.0 680.0 674.1 677.2 681.2 671.1

H 588 621 607 627 660 627 701 713

R 306 305 291 346 348 382 382 408

ER 228 238 264 290 295 297 332 336

HR 32 34 37 49 30 44 55 45

BB 263 270 251 297 240 296 266 285

SO 647 543 570 606 556 631 646 544

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Eugene Yakima Vancouver Everett Tri-City Spokane VOLCANOES Boise

W 47 36 46 46 32 28 32 37

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Vancouver Yakima VOLCANOES Tri-City Everett Eugene Boise Spokane

PCT .976 .968 .968 .967 .967 .966 .959 .957

PO 2013 2027 2045 2023 2040 2049 2014 2033

A 740 803 802 811 769 807 821 792

E 69 94 95 96 96 99 120 128

TC 2822 2924 2924 2930 2905 2955 2955 2953

DP 58 58 52 54 68 69 51 79

PB 5 10 16 12 17 19 8 20

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS C 1B 2B 3B SS DH RHRP LHRP

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PLAYER Mike Zunino Taylor Ard Gioskar Amaya Patrick Kivlehan Jorge Flores Taylor Ard Roman Madrid Chris Nunn

TEAM Everett Everett Boise Everett Vancouver Everett Eugene Eugene

POS OF OF OF RHP LHP MVP MGR

PLAYER Francisco Sosa Royce Bolinger Kyle Von Tungeln Javier Avendano Alexander Carreras Patrick Kivlehan Clayton McCullough

TEAM Tri-City Spokane Tri-City Vancouver Yakima Everett Vancouver

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2012 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Stephen Bruno, BOI Kevin Medrano, YAK Patrick Kivlehan, EVE

.361 .341 .301

GAMES Taylor Ard, EVE Ryan Rua, SPO Patrick Kivlehan, EVE

75 74 72

AT BATS Taylor Ard, EVE Patrick Kivlehan, EVE Ryan Rua, SPO

RUNS Gioskar Amaya, BOI Stephen Bruno, BOI Patrick Kivlehan, EVE

61 51 46

HITS Stephen Bruno, BOI Kevin Medrano, YAK Patrick Kivlehan, EVE

91 90 85

DOUBLES Taylor Ard, EVE Balbino Fuenmayor, BOI Stephen Bruno, BOI

21 20 19

TRIPLES Gioskar Amaya, BOI Carlos Ramirez, YAK 3 others with

12 6 5

HOME RUNS Taylor Ard, EVE Patrick Kivlehan, EVE Joseph Rapp, S-K

12 12 11

RBI Taylor Ard, EVE Balbino Fuenmayor, VAN Patrick Kivlehan, EVE

58 52 52

TOTAL BASES Taylor Ard, EVE Patrick Kivlehan, EVE Gioskar Amaya, BOI

147 144 135

STOLEN BASES Jamodrick McGruder, EVE Francisco Sosa, T-C Chris Garia, SPO

30 21 18

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Patrick Kivlehan, EVE Taylor Ard, EVE Gioskar Amaya, BOI BASE ON BALLS Ian Parmley, VAN Marcus Littlewood, EVE Kentrill Hill, S-K

.511 .497 .496 52 44 40

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Stephen Bruno, BOI Kentrell Hill, S-K Maxx Tissenbaum STRIKEOUTS Patrick Kivlehan, EVE Alfredo Morales, EVE Derek Jones, T-C

296 282 280

.422 .404 .403 93 88 87

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Javier Avendano, VAN Alexander Carreras, YAK Joan Gregorio, S-K

8 8 7

LOSSES Joan Gregorio, S-K Peter Tago, T-C Ben White, VAN

7 7 7

GAMES Tony Weiber, EUG Roman Madrid, EUG Matt Shepherd, EUG

32 31 31

GAMES STARTED Joan Gregorio, S-K 8 others tied at Alexander Carreras, YAK

SAVES Roman Madrid, EUGE Tyler Mizenko, S-K Andrew Sikula, VAN

13 13 10

STRIKEOUTS Javier Avendano, VAN Joan Gregorio, S-K Victor Sanchez, EVE

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Taylor Cole, VAN Hits Allowed Joan Gregorio, S-K Runs Allowed Ben White, VAN Earned Runs Allowed Ben White, VAN Home Runs Allowed Eric Brown, VAN Hit Batters Connor Sadzeck, SPO Wild Pitches Connor Sadzeck, SPO

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1.000 95 52 49 9 12 13

16 15 82.0 91 69 69

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Taylor Cole, VAN Javier Avendano, VAN Justin Hancock, VAN

0.81 1.27 1.61

INNINGS PITCHED Eric Brown, VAN Victor Sanchez, EVE

85.1 85.0

WALKS Connor Sadzeck, SPO Peter Tago, T-C Alexander Carreras, YAK

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Darien Martin, BOI Sacrifice Flies Dane Phillips, EUG Gabriel Roa, SPO Hit By Pitch Stephen Bruno, BOI Caught Stealing Kentrell Hill, S-K Grounded into DP Royce Bolinger, SPO

47 39 36

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The 2011 Season: Four All-Stars and an MVP The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes finished the 2011 season with a 34-42 overall record after finishing strong in the second half of the season. The club missed the post season for the second consecutive year, but provided offensive fireworks nightly thanks to the outstanding performances of four All-Stars and the Northwest League Most Valuable Player, Joe Panik.

In order to secure a playoff spot, Salem-Keizer made a playoff push and were in the thick of the hunt through the final week of the regular season. After back-to-back wins over wins over Spokane August 26th and 27th, the Volcanoes were just two games back of Eugene for the second half lead. However, S-K closed the season 1-5, finishing four games back of the Emeralds.

Panik and three other Northwest League All-Star selections, Mike Murray, Jesus Galindo and Brett Krill, formed the core of the best offense in the Northwest League. The Volcanoes led the league in runs (405), batting average (.277), slugging (.401), OPS (.748) and hits (721). Salem-Keizer finished second in three other categories: home runs (54), OBP (.348), and stolen bases (126).

At seasons end, Panik became just the third MVP in Volcanoes history, claiming the league batting title with an average of .341. He also led the league in hits (92), RBIs (54), and was tied for second in runs (49) and total bases (126).

The Volcanoes struggled out of the gate, but after July 5th, Salem-Keizer finished with a 32-26 record. This included a second half playoff run that fell four games short of NWL West Division winner Eugene. S-K caught fire in the middle of July with a season-best seven game winning streak from July 16-July 22. Against Yakima on the road July 17th, the Volcanoes scored a season-best 16 runs against the Bears and saw their premiere talent shortstop have a monster game. Joe Panik tallied four hits, a double, and six RBI, a feat that was unmatched in 2011. As a team on that night, Salem-Keizer recorded 20 hits. After returning to Oregon’s capital the next day, the Volcanoes proceeded to take the next 5 games against East Division rival Everett, including a three game sweep at home. In that five game span, Salem-Keizer outscored the Aquasox 27-15. The Volcanoes finished the month of July 19-11, tied for first in the league for most wins in a month with Tri-City who also claimed 19 wins in the same month. Pitching was a main source for the early season sluggish start, but improved in the second month of the campaign. From June to July, Salem-Keizer’s staff lowered its ERA from 6.68 to 4.77. Starter Kendry Flores highlighted the turnaround, going 4-0 with a 3.41 ERA in six July starts. Flores was lights out, using 28 strikeouts to keep hitters off balance, compared to just five walks. Salem-Keizer wrapped the season 22-16 at the Rim of the Crater, including 5 home series wins in seven tries after the beginning of July. This helped S-K claim a 15-15 record against division opponents over the course of 2011.

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The Hopewell Junction, N.Y. native lands fifth on the Volcanoes all-time single-season batting average list, at .341. Panik’s 92 hits are the sixth most in single-season history. With 54 RBIs, Panik is tied for fourth on the franchise list. Galindo, a 21-year-old All-Star outfielder, led the league with 47 stolen bases in only 55 attempts. The Venezuelan stole 25 bases in 26 August games and was successful in 30 of his last 32 steal attempts to finish the year. Galindo’s 47 steals are second most in team history, behind Mike Bias, who stole 51 in 1997. Murray, a unanimous All-Star designated hitter, finished third in the league in batting with a .326 clip in 63 games. He finished second in RBIs (48), third in hits (79) and OBP (.394) and fourth in OPS (.853). Murray, from Westfield, N.J., clubbed six homers and 14 doubles. Murray’s 48 RBIs are tied for eighth most on the franchise single-season list. Krill, an All-Star right fielder, finished seventh in the league in batting, with a .304 average. Krill, drafted in 2010 out of UCLA, finished third in the league in slugging (.488), tied for seventh in doubles (16), tied for sixth in RBIs (43), and fifth in OPS (.837). Kaohi Downing, in his first professional season as a converted pitcher to position player, had the sixth best average in the league, .312,. Downing, from Honolulu, Hawaii, had 10 doubles, two triples, a homer and 19 RBIs last year. Joe Staley was excellent behind the plate. The Volcanoes’ catcher smoked eight home runs beyond the barriers and had the highest OPS on the club (.873). Salem-Keizer enters 2012 with high expectations of bring back its winning tradition to Volcanoes Stadium. With the strong close to 2011, momentum is plentiful as the Volcanoes look to claim their sixth NWL title.

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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPPONENT W/L 6/16 at Spokane W 6/17 at Spokane L 6/18 at Spokane L 6/19 at Spokane L 6/20 at Spokane L 6/21 Eugene L 6/22 Eugene L 6/23 Eugene L 6/24 Vancouver L 6/25 Vancouver W 6/26 Vancouver L 6/27 at Eugene L 6/28 at Eugene L 6/29 at Eugene L 6/30 Everett L 7/1 Everett L 7/2 Everett L 7/3 at Everett L 7/4 at Everett W 7/5 at Everett W 7/6 Tri-City W 7/7 Tri-City W 7/8 Tri-City W 7/9 Tri-City W 7/10 Tri-City L 7/12 at Yakima L 7/13 at Yakima L 7/14 at Yakima L 7/15 at Yakima W 7/16 at Yakima W 7/17 Everett W 7/18 Everett W 7/19 Everett W 7/20 at Everett W 7/21 at Everett W 7/22 at Everett L 7/23 at Vancouver L 7/24 at Vancouver W START OF 2ND HALF 7/25 at Vancouver W 7/26 Yakima W 7/27 Yakima W 7/28 Yakima W 7/29 Yakima L 7/30 Yakima W 8/1 OFF DAY 8/2 at Boise L 8/3 at Boise L 8/4 at Boise L 8/5 at Boise W 8/6 at Boise L 8/7 Eugene L 8/8 Eugene W 8/9 Eugene L 8/10 Spokane W 8/11 Spokane W 8/12 Spokane W 8/13 Spokane W 8/14 Spokane W 8/15 at Vancouver L 8/16 at Vancouver W 8/17 at Vancouver L 8/18 at Eugene L 8/19 at Eugene L 8/20 at Eugene L 8/21 Vancouver L 8/22 Vancouver W 8/23 Vancouver W 8/24 Boise L 8/25 Boise L 8/26 Boise W 8/27 Boise W 8/29 Boise L 8/30 at Tri-City L 8/31 at Tri-City W 9/1 at Tri-City L 9/2 at Tri-City L 9/3 at Tri-City L

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SCORE 14-2 2-7 3-4 7-15 8-15 3-4 2-5 3-6 9-11 8-1 5-8 0-11 2-3 3-6 1-4 4-8 7-8 1-7 7-2 10-6 6-5 4-2 (11) 14-7 14-2 2-12 2-5 2-6 1-6 5-3 16-5 9-4 4-3 2-1 7-4 5-3 3-14 2-5 10-6

ATT 6,166 6,209 4,090 3,244 4,776 3,477 2,110 3,130 2,377 2,451 1,818 2,678 1,777 2,652 3,453 3,846 4,353 3,611 1,193 3,203 1,917 2,831 3,318 2,344 2,003 1,652 1,773 1,899 1,967 1,594 2,414 2,040 2,586 1,107 2,894 4,743 3,906 5,157

WIN/LOSS Lamb (1-0) Allen (0-1) Flick (0-1) King (0-1) Graham (0-1) Montero (0-1) Allen (0-2) Flick (0-2) Flores (0-1) Mendoza (1-0) Lamb (1-1) Allen (0-3) Hall (0-1) Flores (0-2) Mendoza (1-1) Lamb (1-2) Allen (0-4) Roibal (0-1) Flores (1-2) Mendoza (2-1) Hall (1-1) Flick (1-2) Martinez (1-0) Flores (2-2) Mendoza (2-2) Lamb (1-3) Allen (0-5) Roibal (0-2) Flores (3-2) Shackleford (1-0) Lamb (2-3) Allen (1-5) Hall (2-1) Flores (4-2) Mendoza (3-2) Lamb (2-4) Allen (1-6) Snodgrass (1-0)

SAVE

RECORD 1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 2-8 2-9 2-10 2-11 2-12 2-13 2-14 2-15 2-16 King (1) 3-16 4-16 5-16 6-16 7-16 8-16 8-17 8-18 8-19 8-20 McCormick (1) 9-20 10-20 11-20 McCormick (2) 12-20 13-20 McCormick (3) 14-20 Hall (1) 15-20 15-21 15-22 16-22

7-5 5-4 4-3 10-7 2-9 13-8

3,962 2,483 2,195 4,158 2,657 2,893

McCormick (1-0) Hall (3-1) Martinez (2-0) Flick (2-2) McCormick (4) Allen (1-7) Shackleford (2-0)

17-22 18-22 19-22 20-22 20-23 21-23

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

T-1st T-1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

5-8 2-3 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-0 7-13 7-6 7-4 8-4 8-4 1-0 6-7 (11) 5-2 1-4 4-5 1-5 4-5 (11) 7-8 14-5 12-0 4-7 4-7 7-3 6-1 2-9 1-2 4-0 2-7 1-3 1-3

2,358 3,065 2,093 3,090 2,442 2,645 2,090 2,318 2,437 2,553 3,676 3,600 3,428 4,191 4,193 4,643 2,277 3,125 3,449 2,384 2,459 2,392 2,712 2,361 3,768 3,539 2,765 1,390 1,585 2,102 2,720 3,811

Maloney (0-1) Mendoza (3-3) Martinez (2-1) Allen (2-7) Shackleford (2-1) Roibal (0-3) Mendoza (4-3) Lamb (2-5) Gloor (1-0) Snodgrass (2-0) Graham (1-1) Mendoza (5-3) Lamb (3-5) Flick (2-3) Graham (2-1) Bucardo (0-1) Graham (2-2) Mendoza (5-4) Bucardo (0-2) Allen (2-8) Snodgrass (3-0) Roibal (1-3) Mendoza (5-5) Lamb (3-6) Davis (1-0) Snodgrass (4-0) Roibal (1-4) McCormick (1-1) Lamb (4-6) Snodgrass (4-1) Shackleford (2-2) Flores (4-3)

21-24 21-25 21-26 22-26 22-27 22-28 23-38 23-29 24-29 25-29 26-29 27-29 28-29 28-30 29-30 29-31 29-32 29-33 29-34 29-35 30-35 31-35 31-36 31-37 32-37 33-37 33-38 33-39 34-39 34-40 34-41 34-42

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 4.0

1st 1st T-1st T-1st T-1st 2nd T-2nd 3rd T-2nd T-2nd T-1st T-1st T-1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd T-2nd 3rd 3rd T-2nd T-2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

McCormick (5) Hall (2) Hall (3) Hall (4)

Gloor (1)

McCormick (6)

GB PLACE 0.0 T-1st 0.0 T-1st 1.0 2nd 2.0 3rd 3.0 4th 3.0 3rd 4.0 3rd 5.0 3rd 6.0 3rd 6.0 4th 7.0 4th 8.0 4th 9.0 4th 10.0 4th 11.0 4th 12.0 4th 13.0 4th 14.0 4th 14.0 4th 13.0 4th 13.0 4th 12.0 4th 12.0 4th 12.0 4th 13.0 4th 13.0 4th 13.0 4th 14.0 4th 13.0 4th 12.0 4th 11.0 4th 10.0 4th 10.0 T-3rd 9.0 3rd 8.0 3rd 9.0 3rd 9.0 T-3rd 8.0 T-3rd

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2011 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Brock, Daniel Buechele, Garrett Burkhart, Daniel Cutspec, Brice Downing, Kaohi Eshleman, John Galindo, Jesus Honeycutt, Ryan Izturis, Julio Jones, Charles Krill, Brett Murray, Mike Ochoa, Leonardo Panik, Joseph Payne, Shawn Staley, Joseph Thomas, Ben TEAM TOTAL

AVG .184 .239 .285 .240 .312 .221 .276 .197 .209 .218 .304 .326 .265 .341 .306 .280 .302 .277

G 55 54 40 28 52 44 62 28 22 41 52 63 29 69 57 43 27 76

AB 98 200 144 96 186 149 239 64 67 124 207 242 102 270 160 157 96 2601

R 17 22 20 18 26 19 49 5 10 19 38 29 13 49 37 27 7 405

H 18 47 41 23 58 33 66 11 14 27 63 79 27 92 49 44 29 721

2B 0 8 10 5 10 7 9 3 0 6 16 14 4 10 8 9 6 125

3B 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 3 0 1 17

HR 1 5 4 6 1 0 2 1 0 2 6 6 5 6 0 8 1 54

RBI 8 27 21 20 19 15 20 2 2 9 43 48 9 54 19 20 17 363

BB 17 14 9 6 16 8 25 2 5 15 14 28 10 28 29 21 6 253

SO 23 39 43 23 36 32 46 16 14 48 44 37 26 25 32 38 22 544

SB 2 1 1 0 11 7 47 0 6 4 4 2 1 13 21 4 2 126

CS 2 0 0 0 8 0 8 0 2 2 4 0 1 5 6 0 0 38

OBP .314 .288 .329 .286 .384 .264 .353 .197 .322 .350 .350 .394 .330 .401 .431 .383 .340 .348

SLG .255 .350 .438 .479 .403 .268 .364 .266 .315 .315 .488 .459 .451 .467 .394 .490 .417 .401

SO 25 8 21 9 30 47 26 31 42 29 58 7 23 29 23 29 58 41 44 610

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2011 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHERS W-L Allen, Brandon 2-8 Bilodeau, Keith 0-0 Bucardo, Wilber 0-2 Davis, Paul 1-0 Flick, Brennan 2-3 Flores, Kendry 4-3 Gloor, Chris 1-0 Graham, Matthew 2-2 Hall, Cody 3-1 King, Aaron 0-1 Lamb, Cameron 4-6 Maloney, Brian 0-1 Martinez, Rafael 2-1 McCormick, Phil 1-1 Mendoza, Lorenzo 5-5 Montero, Raymundo 0-1 Roibal, Reinier 1-4 Shackleford, Stephen 2-2 Snodgrass, Jack 4-1 TEAM TOTAL 34-42

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ERA 6.04 0.00 3.86 1.64 5.57 5.06 2.45 8.35 2.63 6.84 5.09 18.00 7.53 1.19 4.19 9.82 3.74 5.21 3.59 4.85

G 13 3 16 2 24 12 12 21 23 15 15 4 13 23 14 5 14 20 19 76

GS 13 0 0 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 14 0 14 3 4 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 4 12

IP 56.2 6.0 21.0 11.0 32.1 48.0 22.0 36.2 27.1 25.0 74.1 5.0 28.2. 30.1 73.0 7.1 67.1 46.2 47.2 666.1

H 68 4 26 6 39 59 22 47 21 19 88 7 32 19 77 11 82 50 49 726

R 43 0 11 2 20 35 10 35 8 19 54 11 24 5 37 12 38 27 24 415

ER 48 0 9 2 20 27 6 34 8 19 42 10 24 4 34 8 38 27 19 359

HR 1 0 0 1 2 5 2 2 1 1 3 0 7 4 5 0 3 3 1 39

HB 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 6 4 4 6 1 0 2 1 2 3 0 5 41

BB 22 2 10 3 16 14 7 22 19 24 15 11 16 11 16 11 17 19 14 270

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2011 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Brock, Daniel Cutspec, Brice Thomas, Ben

PCT .993 .982 .980

G 47 27 26

PO 256 204 182

A 15 15 13

E 2 4 4

TC 273 223 199

DP 20 17 23

SECOND BASEMEN Buechele, Garrett Downing, Kaohi Eshleman, John Izturis, Julio Payne, Shawn

1.000 .962 .937 .922 .500

2 41 20 18 1

1 61 30 34 0

4 114 44 37 1

0 7 5 6 1

5 182 79 77 2

0 26 12 9 0

THIRD BASEMEN Brock, Daniel Buechelle, Garrett Eshleman, John Downing, Kaohi Izturis, Julio

1.000 .961 .909 .786 —

8 52 17 4 1

5 28 11 3 0

4 95 29 8 0

0 5 4 1 0

9 128 0 12 0

0 6 2 1 0

SHORTSTOPS Eshleman, John Izturis, Julio Panik, Joseph Mach, Kyle

1.000 .962 .964 1.000

2 11 69 1

5 4 102 1

6 21 215 1

0 3 12 0

11 28 329 2

1 3 49 1

OUTFIELDERS Downing, Kaohi Galindo, Jesus Honeycutt, Ryan Jones, Charles Krill, Brett Ochoa, Leonardo Payne, Shawn Rodriguez, Rafael Scoma, Ryan Shriner, Jesse

1.000 .938 .912 .933 .955 1.000 .987 1.000 .978 .941

3 62 26 38 50 27 57 12 65 11

6 138 28 56 80 38 77 4 85 16

0 5 3 0 4 0 3 0 5 0

0 4 3 4 4 0 1 0 2 1

6 147 34 60 89 38 81 4 92 17

0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

CATCHERS Burkhart, Dan Murray, Mike Staley, Joseph PITCHERS Allen, Brandon Bilodeau, Keith Bucardo, Wilber David, Paul Flick, Brennan Flores, Kendry Gloor, Chris Graham, Matthew Hall, Cody King, Aaron Lamb, Cameron Maloney, Brian Martinez, Rafael McCormick, Phil Montero, Raymundo Roibal, Reinier Shackleford, Stephen Snodgrass, Jack

PCT. .988 1.000 .980 PCT. .929 -.750 1.000 1.000 .923 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .950 .000 1.000 1.000 .900 .938 1.000 1.000

G 35 1 42

PO 287 7 321 G 13 3 16 2 24 12 12 21 23 15 15 4 13 23 14 3 20 19

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E 4 0 3 A 10 0 2 1 7 7 3 2 6 0 16 0 4 4 8 1 6 4

TC 322 7 345 E 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

DP 3 0 4 TC 14 0 4 3 8 13 6 2 6 1 20 1 5 8 10 13 10 8

PB 2 0 5 DP 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

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2011 TEAM LEADERS 2011 VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Joseph Panik Games Joseph Panik At Bats Joseph Panik Runs J. Panik, J. Galindo Hits Joseph Panik Doubles Brett Krill Triples J. Galindo, J. Panik, S. Payne Home Runs Joseph Staley Runs Batted In Joseph Panik Total Bases Joseph Panik Base on Balls Shawn Payne Strikeouts Charles Jones Hit by Pitch Kaohi Downing Stolen Bases Chris Lofton Caught Stealing K. Downing, J. Galindo On Base Pct. Shawn Payne Slugging Pct. Brett Krill

.341 69 270 49 92 16 3 4 54 126 29 48 7 15 8 .431 .488

2011 VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins Lorenzo Mendoza Losses Brandon Allen Earned Run Average Reinier Roibal Games Brennan Flick Games Started Cameron Lamb Saves Phil McCormick Innings Pitched Cameron Lamb Hits Allowed Cameron Lamb Runs Allowed Cameron Lamb Earned Runs Allowed Cameron Lamb Home Runs Allowed Rafael Martinez Strikeouts Lorenzo Mendoza Base on Balls Aaron King Hit Batsmen M. Graham, C. Lamb Wild Pitches R. Roibal, M. Graham Balks Kendry Flores Opp. Batting Average Lorenzo Mendoza

Minimum 205 plate appearances

5 8 3.74 24 15 6 74.1 88 54 42 7 68 24 6 8 1 .266

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2011 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

6 (5 times) 4 (Downing 7/17 @ Yakima) 6 (Murray, Krill both 6/17 @ Spokane) 2 (twice; Krill 7/17 vs. Yakima, Murray 6/25 vs. Vancouver) 2 (Brock 7/21 @ Everett) 2 (Staley 6/25 vs. Vancouver) 6 (Paink 7/17 vs. Yakima) 3 (Galindo twice; 8/23 vs. Vancouver, 8/18 @ Eugene) 9 (Murray 6/15 @ Spokane)

TEAM BATTING Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

16 (7/17 vs. Yakima) 20 (7/17 vs. Yakima) 5 (7/17 vs. Yakima) 3 (8/22 vs. Vancouver) 3 (6/25 vs. Vancouver) 16 (7/17 vs. Yakima 16 (6/17 @ Spokane) 11 (8/8 vs. Eugene) 3 (twice) 6 (6/25 vs. Vancouver) 13 (6/17 vs. Spokane)

TEAM PITCHING INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched Most Hits Allowed Most Runs Allowed Most Earned Runs Allowed Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks

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Fewest Hits Allowed 7.0 (Lamb 8/14 vs. Spokane) 9 (Mendoza 7/11 vs. Tri-City) 8 (Lamb 7/23 @ Everett) 8 (Lamb 7/23 @ Everett) 10 (Roibal 6/19 @ Spokane) 5 (Shackleford 7/25 @ Vancouver) 2 (four times) 2 (Flores 7/10 vs. Tri-City) 1 (Flores 7/16 @ Yakima)

Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

5 (twice; 8/15 vs. Boise, 8/23 vs. Vancouver) 20 (7/11 vs. Tri-City) 15 (twice) 14 (6/21 @. Spokane) 16 (6/19 @ Spokane) 10 (6/20 vs. Spokane) 3 (twice) 6 (8/20 @ Eugene) 1 (Flores 7/16 @ Yakima) 15 (8/15 @ Vancouver)

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2011 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:28 3:28 2:00 2:00 3,846 6,209 2,003 1,107 7 8 6 4 4 8

vs. Vancouver 6/25 vs. Vancover 6/25 vs. Spokane 8/14 vs. Spokane 8/14 vs. Everett 7/2 @ Spokane 6/18 vs. Tri-City 7/11 @ Everett 7/21 (7/16-7/22) (2X, 6/18-6/25 & 6/27-7/4) (7/18-7/29) (2X 6/21-6/25 & 6/27-7/3) (7/16-7/22) (6/18-7/4)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2011 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September

W 5 1 7 34 2 32 1 7 6 3 6 5 6 14 20 2 19 13 0

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W 3 1 7 22 0 22 1 3 3 2 5 4 4 7 15 3 7 5 0

ROAD L 0 0 2 16 0 16 5 3 3 3 0 1 1 11 5 5 8 7 0

W 2 0 0 12 2 19 0 4 3 1 1 1 2 7 5 3 5 4 0

L 1 2 5 26 1 22 6 2 3 4 4 4 3 11 15 2 9 13 3

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2011 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS OVERALL W-L 44-32 36-40 35-41 33-43

EAST Tri-City* ** Boise Spokane Yakima WEST Eugene* ** Vancouver Everett SALEM-KEIZER

W-L 22-16 17-21 20-18 13-25

FIRST HALF PCT. .579 .447 .525 .342

GB — 5.0 2.0 9.0

SECOND HALF W-L PCT. GB 22-16 .579 — 19-19 .500 3.0 15-23 .395 7.0 20-18 .526 2.0

Manager Freddie Ocasio Mark Johnson Tim Hulett Audo Vincente

OVERALL FIRST HALF SECOND HALF W-L W-L PCT. GB W-L PCT. GB Manager 46-30 24-14 .632 — 22-16 .579 — Patrick Murphy 39-37 24-14 .632 — 15-23 .395 7.0 John Schneider 37-39 16-22 .421 8.0 21-17 .553 1.0 Scott Steinmann 34-42 16-22 .421 8.0 18-20 .474 4.0 Tom Trebelhorn Vancouver defeated Tri-City, two games to one, to win Northwest League Championship Series * First Half Champion ** Second Half Champion

Attendance 85,953 98,860 183,458 65,545 Attendance 114,690 162,162 96,345 105,973

TEAM BATTING TEAM VOLCANOES Boise Everett Yakima Spokane Tri-City Eugene Vancouver

AVG .277 .259 .257 .255 .253 .251 .246 .243

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2601 2530 2598 2643 2578 2540 2532 2574

R 405 369 371 315 365 363 382 329

H 721 655 668 674 652 637 622 625

2B 125 123 133 120 133 130 137 120

3B 17 19 24 25 26 27 21 14

HR 54 49 56 31 34 39 29 48

RBI 363 333 329 272 323 326 336 292

BB 253 292 255 218 263 246 370 255

SO 544 567 607 545 634 596 689 633

SB 126 79 71 66 73 73 144 72

CS 38 32 33 32 32 37 43 27

L 30 32 37 39 40 41 42 43

ERA 3.79 3.03 4.15 4.04 4.15 4.45 4.85 3.75

CG 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

ShO 4 10 4 5 0 4 5 3

SV 26 26 24 19 22 18 12 17

IP 680.0 674.0 672.2 675.0 665.1 666.0 666.1 689.2

H 599 597 661 677 669 643 726 682

R 329 284 372 369 376 389 415 365

ER 286 227 310 303 307 329 359 287

HR 40 33 43 60 42 58 39 25

BB 289 223 260 226 303 306 270 275

SO 644 543 527 625 590 665 610 611

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Eugene Tri-City Vancouver Everett Boise Spokane VOLCANOES Yakima

W 46 44 39 37 36 35 34 33

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Tri-City Eugene VOLCANOES Boise Vancouver Yakima Everett Spokane

PCT .972 .970 .969 .966 .966 .965 .962 .962

PO 2022 2040 1999 1996 2018 2069 2025 1998

A 847 737 777 915 897 909 827 759

E 83 87 89 103 102 109 112 108

TC 2952 2864 2865 3014 3017 3087 2964 2865

DP 65 58 67 80 88 87 61 66

PB 9 9 7 9 7 14 9 23

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS C 1B 2B 3B SS DH MGR MVP

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PLAYER Rafael Lopez Paul Hoilman Jon Berti Jimmy Comerota Joseph Panik Mike Murray Freddie Ocasio Joseph Panik

TEAM Boise Boise Vancover Yakima VOLCANOES VOLCANOES Tri-City VOLCANOES

POS OF OF OF RHP RHP LHP RHRP LHRP

PLAYER Brett Krill Jesus Galindo Jabari Blash Christian Bergman Jose Campos Justin Nicolino Drew Permison Kenneth Roberts

TEAM VOLCANOES VOLCANOES Everett Tri-City Everett Vancouver Vancouver Tri-City

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2011 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Joseph Panik, S-K Mario Yepez, YAK Mike Murray, S-K RUNS Jesus Galindo, S-K Joseph Panik, S-K Jace Peterson, EUG TRIPLES Timothy Smalling, TC Nathan Melendres, EVE 8 others with TOTAL BASES Paul Hoilman, BOI Joseph Panik, S-K Jabari Blash, EVE STOLEN BASES Jesus Galindo, S-K Jace Peterson, EUG Jonathon Berti, VAN

.341 .332 .326 49 49 48 6 6 5

126 126 112 47 39 23

GAMES Jace Peterson, EUG Paul Hoilman, BOI Nicholas Baligod, VAN

73 71 70

AT BATS Jace Peterson, EUG Joseph Panik, S-K Mario Yepez, EVE

276 270 262

HITS Joseph Paink, S-K Mario Yepez, EVE Mike Murray, S-K

92 87 79

DOUBLES Brett Nicholar, SPO Trever Adams, SPO Timothy Smalling, TC

21 20 19

HOME RUNS Paul Hoilman, BOI Stephen McQuail, VAN Jabari Blash, EVE Justin Hilt, YAK

17 12 11 11

RBI Joseph Panik, S-K Mike Murray, S-K Tyler Massey, TC

54 48 46

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Jabari Blash, EVE Paul Hoilman, BOI Brett Krill, S-K BASE ON BALLS Jace Peterson, EUG Paul Hoilman, BOI Marcus Littlewood, EVE

.576 .512 .488 50 49 45

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Joseph Panik, S-K Mike Murray, S-K Jabari Blash, EUG STRIKEOUTS Paul Hoilman, BOI Lee Orr, EUG Stephen McQuail, VAN

.401 .394 .393 105 88 84

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Bergman Christain, TC Philip Brua, VAN Nelson Gonzalez, TC

7 7 7

GAMES Luis De La Cruz, EUG Simon Berroa, EUG Drew Permison, VAN

36 32 29

SAVES Drew Permison, VAN Bryce Shafer, BOI Kenneth Roberts, TC Aaron Lurcz, BOI

16 12 10 9

LOSSES Brandon Allen, S-K Blake McFarland, VAN Austin Reed, S-K

8 7 7

GAMES STARTED Cameron Lamb, S-K 6 others tied at

15 15

STRIKEOUTS Jose Campos, EVE Yao-Lin Wang, BOI Stephen Landazuri, EVE

85 77 72

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Nelson Gonzalez Hits Allowed Adam Kudryk, YAK Runs Allowed Cameron Lamb, S-K Earned Runs Allowed Zach Breault, VAN Home Runs Allowed Bennett Whitmore, EVE Hit Batters Teo Butierrez, YAK Wild Pitches Juan Herrera, EUG, Yao-Lin Wang, BOI

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EARNED RUN AVERAGE Jose Campos, EVE Tyler Gagnon, TC Christian Bergman, TC

2.32 2.57 2.59

INNINGS PITCHED Christian Bergman, TC Adam Kudryk, YAK Jose Campos, EVE

97.1 87.1 81.1

WALKS Juan Herrera, YAK Adam Kudryk, YAK Zach Barbato, VAN

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Mario Yepez, EVE Sacrifice Flies Pin-Chiech Chen, BOI Brett Nicholas, SPO Hit By Pitch Jonathon Berti, VAN Caught Stealing Jace Peterson, EUG Grounded into DP Willson Contreras, BOI

40 34 33

9 5 5 12 10 12

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The Volcanoes missed the playoffs in 2010 for the first time since 2005, but the year was filled with many great memories. The Volcanoes celebrated Independence Day in grand fashion. With a crowd of 5,071 on hand - the largest of the year - the Volcanoes added to the festivities with a 14-4 win. The Patriotic Night theme was “Spanning All Wars,” with war heroes and reenactment groups honored from the Civil War onward. The production was truly remarkable, with long, standing ovations throughout the night. The respect of the crowd was evident well before the first pitch, with thousands of fans pouring in to view the pregame festivities. The July 4 win also capped a remarkable run at the plate for outfielder Ryan Scoma. From June 24 to July 4, Scoma was 22 for 43 at the plate, a scorching .512 batting average over 10 games. Scoma’s stretch included 8 consecutive multi-hit games. It was one of those times you literally expect a player to get a hit every time up. It was obviously unrealistic, but they way Scoma was hitting, it seemed possible. At season’s end, Scoma was named to the Northwest League All-Star Team. The most dramatic win of the year occurred August 6 at Spokane. Five new players joined the Volcanoes in Spokane from the Arizona League. One was Mike Murray, a catcher who made his first start in the series finale. Trailing 7-6 with two outs in the ninth inning, Murray hit a three-run opposite-field homer for a 9-7 Volcanoes lead. In my mind, that hit was the highlight of the year. It was the largest crowd the Volcanoes played in front of all season, with 6,829 in attendance. The boisterous, pro-Indians crowd fell silent when Murray’s shot cleared the big fence in left field. The homer capped a 9-8 win and a 4-RBI debut from the Wake Forest product.

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Cancer Awareness Weekend was another great event at Volcanoes Stadium in 2010, with fireworks on Friday, a postgame concert with local cover-band Liquid Assets on Saturday, and former Miss America and Oregon native Katie Harman delivering memorable renditions of our national anthem and “God Bless America” on Sunday. The same homestand was rounded out by College Rivals Night, a truly a star-studded occasion. Among the attendees were Linfield College Baseball Coach and former World Series MVP Scott Brosius; Oregon State Men’s Basketball Coach Craig Robinson; Corban College A.D. Dave Johnson, a bronze medalist at the 1992 Olympics; and Mel Counts, the two-time NBA champion and 1964 Olympic gold medalist. The Volcanoes ended the year with a season-best four-game winning streak, capped by a sweep of rival Eugene. The final four games were close, and the pitching was excellent, as the Volcanoes won 2-1, 2-1 and 1-0 before closing the year with a 9-4 win. The final victory included the Volcanoes’’ first grand slam of the year off the bat of Devin Harris. While the Volcanoes struggled for the first season in years, finishing with a 31-45 record, the club remained a fun team to watch on a daily basis. The group of players was easy to approach for an interview or question, even amidst a long losing streak. Furthermore, the coaching staff was wonderful to work with, starting with manager Tom Trebelhorn. With the season behind us, we look forward to 2011, with a new Volcanoes team, several exciting new promotions at the concession stand and the hope of adding a sixth Northwest League pennant to the proud collection at Volcanoes Stadium.

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2010 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPPONENT W/L 6/18 Everett L 6/19 Everett L 6/20 Everett L 6/21 @ Boise W 6/22 @ Boise L 6/23 @ Boise W 6/24 @ Boise L 6/25 @ Boise W 6/26 Tri-City W 6/27 Tri-City W 6/28 Tri-City L 6/29 Tri-City W 6/30 Tri-City L 7/01 @ Everett L 7/02 @ Everett L 7/03 @ Everett L 7/04 Vancouver W 7/05 Vancouver W 7/06 Vancouver L 7/07 OFF DAY 7/08 @ Tri-City W 7/09 @ Tri-City W 7/10 @ Tri-City L 7/11 @ Tri-City L 7/12 @ Tri-City W 7/13 Boise L 7/14 Boise W 7/15 Boise L 7/16 Boise W 7/17 Boise L 7/18 @ Vancouver L 7/19 @ Vancouver W 7/20 @ Vancouver W 7/21 Everett W 7/22 Everett L 7/23 Everett W 7/24 @ Everett L 7/25 @ Everett L 7/26 @ Everett L 7/27 OFF DAY START OF 2ND HALF 7/28 Yakima W 7/29 Yakima L 7/30 Yakima L 7/31 Yakima L 8/01 Yakima L 8/02 @ Spokane L 8/03 @ Spokane L 8/04 @ Spokane W 8/05 @ Spokane L 8/06 @ Spokane W 8/07 @ Eugene L 8/08 @ Eugene L 8/09 @ Eugene L 8/10 OFF DAY 8/11 Eugene W 8/12 Eugene L 8/13 Eugene W 8/14 Spokane W 8/15 Spokane L 8/16 Spokane L 8/17 Spokane W 8/18 Spokane L 8/19 OFF DAY 8/20 @ Yakima L 8/21 @ Yakima L 8/22 @ Yakima L 8/23 @ Yakima W 8/24 @ Yakima L 8/25 Vancouver L 8/26 Vancouver L 8/27 Vancouver W 8/28 @ Vancouver W 8/29 @ Vancouver L 8/30 @ Vancouver L 8/31 @ Eugene L 9/1 @ Eugene L 9/2 @ Eugene W 9/3 Eugene W 9/4 Eugene W 9/5 Eugene W

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SCORE 3-11 3-5 6-7 (10) 5-2 2-6 11-0 7-10 9-1 4-2 6-5 2-7 11-4 2-6 4-6 6-8 5-6 (11) 14-3 7-4 1-3

ATT 2853 2055 2315 3438 1977 3355 2275 3529 2691 2061 1977 2000 1867 1678 2103 3562 5071 2162 2032

WIN/LOSS Rogers (0-1) Concepcion (0-1) Sanford (0-1) Kaufman (1-0) Graham (0-1) Rogers (1-1) Concepcion (0-2) Escobar (1-0) Rosin (1-0) Couture (1-0) Rogers (1-2) Concepcion (1-2) Escobar (1-1) Lamb (0-1) Couture (1-1) Sanford (0-2) Concepcion (2-2) Romo (1-0) Couture (1-2)

6-4 (14) 3-2 0-1 0-10 6-2 4-7 4-2 7-10 3-2 (11) 3-10 4-7 6-1 5-2 11-6 4-5 (14) 6-4 0-2 5-7 1-4

1882 2685 2987 1624 1508 1952 2270 2044 3280 2343 4452 4586 4154 2169 2325 3085 2447 2864 2393

Sanford (1-2) Rodriguez (1-0) Concepcion (1-3) Escobar (1-2) Couture (2-2) Downing (0-1) Rogers (2-2) Harrold (0-1) Downing (1-1) Kaufman (1-1) Graham (0-2) Rogers (3-2) Concepcion (2-3) Flick (1-0) Romo (1-1) Couture (3-2) Graham (0-3) Rodriguez (1-1) Romo (1-2)

6-4 6-7 (10) 4-7 3-11 4-6 0-7 0-5 7-1 2-11 9-8 3-4 (12) 1-9 1-3

2632 2033 3164 2092 2284 3465 4548 3547 4838 6829 3479 2467 2550

7-0 0-10 4-3 12-7 8-11 3-12 5-3 1-17 2-6 2-5 3-5 4-1 3-8 4-7 2-7 8-1 5-4 1-7 5-6 1-4 4-5 (11) 2-1 2-1 1-0 (10) 9-4

SAVE

Dunning (1)

Sanford (1)

Sanford (2)

RECORD GB PLACE 0-1 -1 T-2nd 0-2 -2 4th 0-3 -3 4th 1-3 -3 4th 1-4 -4 4th 2-4 -4 4th 2-5 -5 4th 3-5 -4 4th 4-5 -4 1st 5-5 -3 T-3rd 5-6 -3 T-3rd 6-6 -2 T-2nd 6-7 -2 T-2nd 6-8 -3 T-3rd 6-9 -4 4th 6-10 -5 4th 7-10 -5 T-3rd 8-10 -5 T-2nd 8-11 -6 T-2nd 9-11 10-11 10-12 10-13 11-13 11-14 12-14 12-15 13-15 13-16 13-17 14-17 15-17 16-17 16-18 17-18 17-19 17-20 17-21

-5 -5 -5 -6 -6 -7 -6 -7 -6 -7 -8 -8 -8 -7 -8 -7 -8 -9 -10

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

Dunning (1-0) Sanford (1-3) Rogers (3-3) Concepcion (2-4) Escobar (1-3) Kaufman (1-2) Couture (3-3) Rogers (4-3) Harrold (3) Concepcion (2-5) Sanford (2-3) Shackleford (0-1) Couture (3-4) Rogers (4-4)

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 2-6 2-7 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10

-1 -2 -2 -2 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -4 -5 -6

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

2635 2587 3405 3163 3162 2209 2030 2483

Escobar (2-3) Rosin (1-1) Downing (2-1) Harrold (4) Rogers (5-4) Romo (1) Concepcion (3-6) Escobar (2-4) Romo (2-2) Harrold (5) Kaufman (1-3)

4-10 4-11 5-11 6-11 6-12 6-13 7-13 7-14

-6 -7 -6 -6 -7 -7 -7 -8

4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th

1962 2172 1781 1489 1383 2282 2363 3284 5157 4635 4921 2282 2847 3573 2944 2040 2875

Rogers (5-5) Kline (0-1) Proszek (0-1) Schumer (1-0) Harrold (6) Kaufman (1-4) Rogers (5-6) Concepcion (3-7) Sanford (3-3) Shackleford (1-1) Harrold (7) Kaufman (1-5) Downing (3-1) Rogers (5-7) Rodriguez (1-2) Proszek (1-1) Sanford (4-3) Kline (1) Harrold (1-1) Rogers (6-7)

7-15 7-16 7-17 8-17 8-18 8-19 8-20 9-20 10-20 10-21 10-22 10-23 10-24 11-24 12-24 13-24 14-24

-9 -9 -10 -10 -11 -12 -13 -12 -11 -12 -13 -13 -14 -13 -13 -12 -11

4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th

Harrold (1)

Sanford (3)

Dunning (2) Sanford (4) Harrold (2)

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2010 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Arnold, Jeff Brock, Daniel Brown, Gary Burg, Alex Burkhart, Dan Campbell, Raynor Dibbens, Derek Duvall, Adam Eshleman, John Harris, Devin Izturis, Julio Jurica, Carter Loberg, Mike Lofton, Chris Mach, Kyle Medina, Jose Murray, Mike Quintana, Carlos Rodriguez, Rafael Scoma, Ryan Shriner, Jesse TEAM TOTAL

AVG .241 .239 .136 .242 .328 .261 .245 .250 .273 .281 216 .333 .258 .184 .255 .319 .238 .163 .310 .247 .254

G 36 52 6 19 19 45 1 54 22 27 51 62 9 52 48 61 20 53 12 68 29 76

AB 112 201 22 62 64 165 0 192 72 99 185 236 21 198 158 220 69 168 43 261 97 2645

R 11 20 2 7 3 22 1 30 4 8 32 23 2 32 16 35 9 20 3 33 17 330

H 27 48 3 15 21 43 0 47 18 27 52 51 7 53 29 56 22 40 7 81 24 671

2B 8 15 0 5 3 10 0 10 3 9 4 7 0 5 7 12 3 7 0 13 10 131

3B 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 17

HR 3 3 0 3 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 4 0 2 0 3 2 2 0 3 3 36

RBI 10 23 2 12 11 22 0 18 3 12 16 31 5 16 11 28 8 13 4 34 14 293

BB 6 17 2 7 6 9 1 14 8 4 10 18 7 22 4 33 8 24 3 26 16 245

SO 29 36 7 23 8 41 0 45 22 36 29 47 1 41 15 59 12 56 12 38 22 579

SB 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 7 10 0 15 3 4 0 2 0 4 0 57

CS 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 3 2 3 4 3 1 5 0 5 0 0 1 2 1 35

OBP .286 .308 .259 .324 .389 .305 1.000 .318 .325 .298 .321 .282 .500 .350 .222 .364 .390 .338 .250 .377 .362 .326

SLG .411 .358 .227 .468 .375 .400 .370 .292 .414 .314 .322 .333 .343 .241 .350 .449 .339 .209 .402 .433 .357

SO 57 31 34 46 69 26 19 28 45 31 7 8 7 18 42 49 23 9 40 14 15 618

BK 0 0 2 0 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 11

2010 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHERS W-L Concepcion, Edward 3-7 Couture, Kevin 3-4 Downing, Kaohi 2-2 Dunning, Jake 1-0 Escobar, Edwin 2-4 Flick, Brennan 1-0 Graham, Matt 0-3 Harrold, Stephen 1-1 Kaufman, Shane 1-5 King, Aaron 0-0 Kline, Devan 0-1 Lamb, Cameron 0-1 Newton, David 0-0 Proszek, Addison 1-1 Rodriguez, Mario 1-2 Rogers, Taylor 6-7 Romo, Andrew 2-2 Rosin, Seth 1-1 Sanford, Shawn 足4-3 Schumer, Justin 1-0 Shackleford, Stephen 1-1 TEAM TOTAL 31-45

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ERA 6.39 4.97 1.47 2.95 4.86 5.11 6.85 2.78 5.48 3.05 9.82 9.58 11.81 8.85 5.36 4.46 2.19 4.91 2.14 1.27 1.23 4.52

G 16 11 24 18 14 14 9 18 15 16 5 6 5 13 22 16 12 6 22 6 9 76

GS 14 7 0 0 14 0 3 0 12 0 0 2 0 0 0 16 0 1 3 4 0 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

SV 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 7 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 15

IP 63.1 38.0 43.0 36.2 63.0 24.2 22.1 22.2 64.0 20.2 7.1 10.1 5.1 20.1 43.2 82.2 24.2 11 42.0 21.1 14.2 681.2

H 63 37 34 30 64 32 30 17 80 7 9 17 10 26 51 98 20 9 35 16 13 698

R 54 23 17 15 40 18 18 8 42 7 8 11 7 22 28 51 6 6 12 6 8 402

ER 45 21 12 12 34 14 17 7 39 7 8 11 7 20 26 41 6 6 10 3 2足足足 342

HR 6 3 2 2 6 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 0 4 3 6 1 0 3 0 0 49

HB 4 0 1 2 3 1 2 0 3 2 0 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 3 2 0 35

BB 46 8 22 8 40 11 10 5 26 29 3 6 2 4 16 25 5 1 14 9 9 299

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2010 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Brock, Danny Burg, Alex Duvall, Adam Quintana, Carlos Shriner, Jesse

PCT .990 1.000 1.000 .993 1.000

G 31 1 1 50 2

PO 288 1 1 420 5

A 22 0 0 32 0

E 3 0 0 3 0

TC 313 1 1 455 5

DP 25 0 0 28 1

SECOND BASEMEN Campbell, Raynor Duvall, Adam Izturis, Julio

.946 .972 .942

24 26 35

52 53 71

71 87 107

7 4 11

130 144 189

17 10 14

THIRD BASEMEN Campbell, Raynor Duvall, Adam Eshleman, John Mach, Kyle

.875 .907 .875 .927

4 17 17 45

2 8 6 20

5 31 40 81

1 4 6 8

8 43 52 109

0 1 2 5

SHORTSTOPS Eshleman, John Izturis, Julio Jurica, Carter Mach, Kyle

1.000 .939 .951 1.000

5 12 61 1

6 6 82 1

15 40 187 1

0 3 14 0

21 49 283 2

3 4 33 1

OUTFIELDERS Brown, Gary Campbell, Raynor Harris, Devin Loberg, Mike Lofton, Chris Medina, Jose Quintana, Carlos Rodriguez, Rafael Scoma, Ryan Shriner, Jesse

1.000 .941 1.000 1.000 .990 1.000 .714 1.000 .978 .941

5 17 20 4 50 64 4 12 65 11

13 13 35 4 96 86 5 4 85 16

0 3 1 1 2 4 0 0 5 0

0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 1

13 17 36 5 99 90 7 4 92 17

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

CATCHERS Arnold, Jeff Burg, Alex Burkhart, Dan Dibbens, Derek Murray, Mike Shriner, Jesse PITCHERS Concepcion, Edward Couture, Kevin Downing, Kaohi Dunning, Jake Escobar, Edwin Flick, Brennan Graham, Matt Harrold, Stephen Kaufman, Shane King, Aaron Kline, Devan Lamb, Cameron Newton, David Proszek, Addison Rodriguez, Mario Rogers, Taylor Romo, Andrew Rosin, Seth Sanford, Shawn Schumer, Justin Shackleford, Stephen

PCT. .996 .987 .989 1.000 .974 .968 PCT. .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .875 1.000 .875 1.000 .909 1.000 1.000 .333 -.875 .917 .846 1.000 -1.000 1.000 1.000

G 36 17 12 1 10 12

PO 243 133 84 3 71 88 G 16 11 24 18 14 14 9 18 15 16 5 6 5 13 22 16 12 6 22 6 9

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E 1 2 1 0 2 3 A 2 2 8 2 12 0 5 1 4 2 2 1 0 3 9 20 3 0 4 3 2

TC 281 153 94 3 76 95 E 4 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0

DP 4 0 1 0 0 1 TC 8 10 11 2 16 4 8 4 11 2 4 3 0 8 12 26 5 0 6 6 3

PB 5 6 0 0 2 7 DP 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

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2010 TEAM LEADERS 2010 VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Ryan Scoma Games Ryan Scoma At Bats Ryan Scoma Runs Jose Medina Hits Ryan Scoma Doubles Daniel Brock Triples Carter Jurica Home Runs Carter Jurica, Adam Duvall Runs Batted In Ryan Scoma Total Bases Ryan Scoma Base on Balls Jose Medina Strikeouts Jose Medina Hit by Pitch Adam Duvall Stolen Bases Chris Lofton Caught Stealing Chris Lofton, Jose Medina On Base Pct. Ryan Scoma Slugging Pct. Ryan Scoma

.310 68 261 35 81 15 3 4 34 105 33 59 7 15 5 .377 .402

2010 VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins Taylor Rogers Losses Rogers, Concepcion Earned Run Average Taylor Rogers Games Kaohi Downing Games Started Taylor Rogers Saves Stephen Harrold Innings Pitched Taylor Rogers Hits Allowed Taylor Rogers Runs Allowed Edward Concepcion Earned Runs Allowed Edward Concepcion Home Runs Allowed Concepcion, Escobar, Rogers Strikeouts Edwin Escobar Base on Balls Edward Concepcion Hit Batsmen Taylor Rogers, Andrew Romo Wild Pitches Edward Concepcion Balks Edwin Escobar Opp. Batting Average Edward Concepcion

Minimum 205 plate appearances

6 7 4.46 24 16 7 82.2 98 54 45 6 69 46 5 12 4 .260

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2010 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched Most Hits Allowed Most Runs Allowed Most Earned Runs Allowed Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks

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7 (Brock, Mach, Scoma, 7/22) 3 (Jurica 7/04, Quintana 6/23) 4 (Jurica, Campbell, Izturis) 2 (5 players) 2 (Jurica 7/21) 2 (Arnold 8/7) 5 (Harris 9/5) 2 (Lofton; Jurica) 9 (Arnold 8/7)

6 (17 times) 11 (Escobar 8/16) 9 (Concepcion 8/5) 9 (Concepcion 8/5) 9 (Concepcion 6/29) 5 (Escobar, Concepcion, Rogers) 2 (Concepcion, 8/05) 3 (Concepcion, Escobar) 2 (Escobar, 8/06)

TEAM BATTING Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

14 (7/4 vs. Vancouver) 18 (6/23 @ Boise) 4 (8/6 @ Spokane) 2 (7/21 vs. Everett) 3 (9/5 vs. Eugene) 14 (7/4 vs. Vancouver) 17 (8/17 @ Eugene – 12 innings) 6 (twice) 2 (7/5 vs. Vancouver) 5 (6/21 @ Boise) 12 (6/20 vs. Everett)

TEAM PITCHING Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

2 (6/23 @ Boise) 15 (twice) 17 (8/18 vs. Spokane) 15 (8/18 vs. Spokane) 15 (9/4 vs. Eugene) 10 (7/29 vs. Yakima) 3 (4 times) 4 (8/15 vs. Spokane) 2 (8/6 @ Spokane) 12 (7/17 vs. Boise)

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2010 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:32 3:25 1:57 1:57 5071 6829 1,867 1383 4 6 4 4 2 6

vs. Everett 7/22 vs. Everett 7/21 @ Eugene 8/31 @ Eugene 8/31 vs. Vancouver 7/04 @ Spokane 8/06 vs. Tri-City 6/30 @ Yakima 8/24 (9/02-9/05) (7/29-8/03) (8/27-9/05) (7/29-8/01) (7/19-7/20) (8/7-8/22)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2010 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September

W 3 3 9 31 2 29 6 2 6 5 4 6 2 14 17 6 12 9 4

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W 2 2 6 18 0 18 5 2 3 2 2 3 1 10 8 3 7 5 3

ROAD L 1 3 3 20 0 20 1 4 3 3 3 2 4 8 12 5 8 7 0

W 1 1 3 13 2 11 1 0 3 3 2 3 1 4 9 3 5 4 1

L 5 3 5 25 2 23 5 6 3 2 3 2 4 14 11 2 9 13 1

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2010 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS OVERALL W-L 43-33 43-33 34-41 30-46

EAST Spokane* Yakima** Boise Tri-City WEST Everett* Vancouver** Eugene SALEM-KEIZER

W-L 22-16 18-20 19-19 17-21

FIRST HALF PCT. .579 .474 .500 .447

GB — 4.0 3.0 5.0

SECOND HALF W-L PCT. GB 21-17 .553 4.0 25-13 .658 — 15-13 .395 3.0 13-25 .342 12.0

Manager Tim Hulett Bob Didier Jody Davis Freddie Ocasio

OVERALL FIRST HALF SECOND HALF W-L W-L PCT. GB W-L PCT. GB Manager 48-27 27-11 .711 — 22-16 .579 3.0 Jose Moreno 42-34 17-21 .447 10.0 25-13 .658 — Rick Magnante 32-44 15-23 .395 12.0 17-21 .447 8.0 Greg Riddoch 31-45 17-21 .447 10.0 14-24 .368 11.0 Tom Trebelhorn Everett defeated Tri-City, two games to one, to win Northwest League Championship Series * First Half Champion ** Second Half Champion

Attendance 175,287 70,695 105,671 84,921 Attendance 90,079 154,592 107,561 96,219

TEAM BATTING TEAM Spokane Boise Yakima Everett VOLCANOES Vancouver Eugene Tri-City

AVG .273 .261 .255 .254 .254 .250 .240 .231

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2590 2572 2586 2514 2645 2537 2525 2505

R 310 319 370 376 330 317 298 290

H 706 671 660 638 671 635 607 579

2B 138 128 126 147 131 124 98 109

3B 21 23 17 26 17 12 18 21

HR 44 22 39 66 36 34 19 42

RBI 364 281 320 333 293 285 261 252

BB 293 174 298 278 245 273 261 242

SO 616 540 642 685 579 592 619 678

SB 85 53 156 79 57 43 72 64

CS 31 40 50 44 35 30 43 45

L 27 34 33 46 33 44 42 45

ERA 3.22 3.27 3.30 3.38 3.47 4.00 4.43 4.52

CG 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

ShO 4 3 4 6 5 3 4 3

SV 29 24 23 16 16 16 21 16

IP 676.2 680.2 684.1 670.2 674.0 673.1 663.0 681.2

H 585 686 588 623 636 661 690 698

R 314 316 314 319 319 337 389 402

ER 242 247 251 252 260 299 326 342

HR 30 25 24 31 42 47 54 49

BB 267 207 296 221 258 262 254 299

SO 631 613 598 671 626 630 564 618

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Everett Vancouver Yakima Tri-City Spokane Eugene Boise VOLCANOES

W 49 42 43 30 43 32 34 31

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Eugene Everett Yakima VOLCANOES Spokane Boise Tri-City Vancouver

PCT .975 .972 .969 .968 .967 .965 .963 .961

PO 2020 2030 2053 2045 2022 1989 2012 2042

A 807 838 896 895 881 859 816 813

E 73 82 95 96 100 102 109 117

TC 2900 2950 3044 3036 3003 2950 2937 2972

DP 63 71 90 60 82 76 54 74

PB 10 12 15 20 15 14 14 6

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TEAM Eugene Everett Yakima Boise Everett Yakima Vancouver Spokane

POS OF OF OF RHP LHP RHRP LHRP MVP

PLAYER Alvaro Ramirez Jared Hoying Ryan Scoma Chad Bettis Anthony Fernandez A.J. Griffin Eury De La Rosa Jared Hoying

TEAM Boise Spokane VOLCANOES Tri-City Everett Vancouver Yakima Spokane

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2010 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Alvaro Ramirez, BOI Michael Freeman, YAK Kevin Rivers, EVE RUNS Kevin Mailloux, EVE Michael Olt, SPO Kevin Rivers, EVE TRIPLES Arismendy Alcantara, BOI Rymer Liriano, EUG Wesley Cunningham, EUG Jared Hoying, SPO TOTAL BASES Kevin Mailloux, EVE Kevin Rivers, EVE Jared Hoying, SPO STOLEN BASES Roberto Ortiz, YAK Westley Moss, YAK Ryan Strausborger, SPO

.350 .333 .332 63 57 48 6 6 5 5 144 134 132 23 21 21

GAMES A.J. Kirby-Jones, VAN Douglas Landaeta, VAN Kevin Rivers, EVE

75 71 71

AT BATS Wade Kirkland, VAN Douglas Landaeta, VAN Zach Walters, YAK

HITS Alvaro Ramirez, BOI Pierre LePage, BOI Zach Walters, YAK

86 84 83

DOUBLES Pierre LePage, BOI Kevin Mailloux, EVE Jurickson Profar, SPO

20 19 19

HOME RUNS Kevin Mailloux, EVE Yazy Arbelo, YAK A.J. Kirby-Jones, VAN

15 14 14

RBI Yazy Arbelo, YAK Kevin Mailloux, EVE Jared Hoying, SPO

55 52 51

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Kevin Mailloux, EVE Kevin Rivers, EVE Jared Hoying, SPO BASE ON BALLS A.J. Kirby-Jones, VAN Kevin Rivers, EVE Wesley Cunningham, EUG

.576 .556 .543 61 60 41

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Kevin Rivers, EVE A.J. Kirby-Jones, VAN Wesley Cunningham, EUG STRIKEOUTS Justin Hilt, YAK Evan Sharpley, EVE A.J. Kirby-Jones, VAN

280 280 275

.466 .417 .415 92 92 82

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Anthony Fernandez, EVE Nathan Long, VAN Chris Sorce, EVE

8 8 8

GAMES Keith Cantwell, YAK Bradley McAtee, TRI Ricky Testa, TRI

30 29 29

SAVES A.J. Griffin, VAN Kable Hogben, YAK Eury De La Rosa, YAK Aaron Lurcz, BOI

15 10 9 9

LOSSES Edwar Cabrera, TRI EDWARD CONCEPCION, S-K TAYLOR ROGERS, S-K

8 7 7

GAMES STARTED TAYLOR ROGERS, S-K 7 others tied at

16 15

STRIKEOUTS Edwar Cabrera, TRI Josh Hungerman, TRI Edlando Seco, EVE

87 77 73

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Chris Sorce, EVE Nathan Long, VAN Hits Allowed TAYLOR ROGERS, S-K Runs Allowed EDWARD CONCEPCION, S-K Earned Runs Allowed EDWARD CONCEPCION, S-K Home Runs Allowed Nicolas McBride, SPO Hit Batters Miles Reagan, YAK Wild Pitches EDWARD CONCEPCION, S-K Eric Thomas, EVE Adys Portillo, EUG

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EARNED RUN AVERAGE Josh Hungerman, TRI Edlando Seco, EVE Anthony Fernandez, EVE

2.18 2.48 2.59

INNINGS PITCHED Nathan Long, VAN Anthony Fernandez, EVE TAYLOR ROGERS, S-K

87.0 83.1 82.2

WALKS Enrique Burgos, YAK EDWARD CONCEPCION, S-K Edlando Seco, EVE

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Terry Serrano, EVE Sacrifice Flies Evan Sharpley, EVE Tyler Stubblefield, EUG Hit By Pitch Roberto Ortiz, YAK Caught Stealing Terry Serrano, EVE Grounded into DP DANIEL BROCK, S-K

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The 2009 Season: Another season, another championship This March, members of the 2009 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes lined up to receive their reward for a job well done the previous summer. The players were presented Northwest League championship rings in front of a small audience of other minor league players at the San Francisco Giants’ spring training facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. The low-key ceremony was a fitting way to honor a Volcanoes team that took home the franchise’s fifth league title in thirteen years in workman-like fashion. For a fourth straight season, Salem-Keizer led the NWL’s Western Division from wire-towire, then beat Tri-City three games-to-one in the championship series to take home the trophy. The Volcanoes began the campaign with a measure of drama on the road in Eugene. The Emeralds scored early on a lead off homer by Jason Codiroli. But the visitors scored five in the third inning, including a grand slam home run by first baseman CJ Ziegler as Salem-Keizer held on for the 5-4 victory. That initial win was a sign of things to come for the Volcanoes, who continued their consistent play through the first off-day of the year on July 14. Salem-Keizer won every series in that stretch to post a league-best 18-6 record. They were paced on the mound by right-handed all-star Jorge Bucardo, who posted a 3-1 record in that time, and by several hot batters—including second baseman Juan Martinez, who won league player-of-the-week honors for July 6-13 by hitting a sizzling .435 with three home runs, a pair of triples and ten RBIs in the time frame. Amazingly, the Volcanoes Western Division lead at the break was just three games, as the Everett Aqua Sox stayed right on their heels. Salem-Keizer continued its steady effort after the off-day, and punctuated its dominance of the opposition with a pair of record setting performances during a five game home series with Yakima. Volcanoes third baseman Drew Biery had hit only one home run in the first 27 games of the season, but on July 25th against the Bears, he launched a team-record three home runs, while running his batting average to a league-best .405 in a 9-8 victory. Biery would go on to win Northwest League MVP honors—and be named an all-star as a third baseman and designated hitter. The next night, pitcher Orlando Yntema set another team mark –throwing the first complete game shutout in team history to propel the Volcanoes to a 10-0 win. Shortly thereafter, Yntema was called up to long-A Augusta. In August, the Volcanoes struggled through their only rough patch of the season, courtesy of the Spokane Indians. The Indians—loaded up with players from their long-A team in an effort to make the playoffs in the Eastern Division—beat Salem-Keizer four of five games at the Crater, and then three days later took three of five in Spokane. Those Volcanoes losses to Spokane helped keep Everett just three games out of first as the two teams prepared to meet for the first time. A quirk in league scheduling for the year did not pit the two teams against each other until August when they would play twelve times in fifteen games. It would be a stiff test for the 58

Volcanoes pitching staff, as Everett was the top batting team in the league through 55 games. Salem-Keizer took two of three home games to start the showdown. Three two-run homers by the Volcanoes—including a pair by Biery—helped the team win 7-3 in game one, while Jorge Bucardo pitched seven shutout innings in game two for a 5-0 victory. After an off-day, the series then switched to Everett and the Aqua Sox pounded Salem-Keizer 7-2 to reduce the Volcanoes margin back to just three games. But the visitors felt no pressure, taking three straight at Everett Memorial Stadium. The second game was a record setter. Craig Westcott, Brandon Graves and Wilber Bucardo combined to pitch the franchise’s first-ever no hitter in an 8-0 victory, extending their division lead to five games. But the Aqua Sox weren’t finished yet, and showed it with a dominating victory four days later at the Crater. Everett pounded out a Volcanoes-record 21 runs on 23 hits---including four home runs—in a 21-1 victory. It was the worst loss in Volcanoes history. But the Volcanoes proceeded to slam the door shut, winning four of the next five contests—including two improbable victories in Everett. In the first big win August 29th, Salem-Keizer had fallen behind 3-0 and had no hits through five innings. But they rallied for four runs—including home runs from Ryan Cavan and Juan Martinez in the top of the ninth—for a 4-3 victory. The finale’ on August 31 all but broke Everett’s spirit, as Salem-Keizer scored five runs in the top of the ninth to tie the game, then got solo home runs from Cavan and Ryan Mantle in the top of the tenth to claim a 9-7 win and go up eight games in the standings. Manager Tom Trebelhorn called the pair of victories an indicator of “just how tough a team we were.” The Volcanoes would win the division by ten games. The Northwest League championship series pitted the top two pitching teams in Tri-City and Salem-Keizer. The Volcanoes’ 21-1 loss to Everett allowed the Dust Devils to leap to the top of the pitching stats. But in the regular season, Salem-Keizer had taken seven of ten games. Game one of the title series in Pasco, Washington went to the Dust Devils, as Sheng-An Kuo limited Salem-Keizer to just four hits in a 2-0 victory. But the Volcanoes picked up the desired split on the road. Drew Biery homered in the fourth inning, Juan Martinez drove in an insurance run in the ninth, and lefty Chris Gloor claimed the victory as Volcanoes pitchers combined to limit the Dust Devils to just three hits in the 2-0 win to tie the series. The series switched to the Crater, and in game three the Volcanoes showed their offensive superiority. Evan Crawford was three for four with two doubles and an RBI as Salem-Keizer scored all their runs in the first three innings in 7-0 shutout. Pitching was also strong again, as Craig Westcott went seven innings while limiting the Dust Devils to just three hits. The deciding game of the championship set was easily the most nerve-racking. Tri-City got the first run in the opening inning. Kent Matthes drove in Tim Wheeler with two outs in the inning, 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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but Volcanoes left fielder Dan Cook gunned down Ben Paulsen at home trying to score on the same play to limit the deficit to 1-0. The score would remain unchanged until the seventh. In the bottom of the seventh, the Salem-Keizer finally broke through to tie the game. With one out, Ryan Cavan was hit by a pitch, and then advanced to third on a double by Juan Martinez. Catcher Aaron Lowenstein laid down a sacrifice bunt and the game was tied at one apiece. It would take extra innings to decide the outcome. Tri-City had a chance in the top of the thirteenth. Joseph Scott doubled to lead off the inning against Gary Moran. A sacrifice bunt by Joey Wong moved Scott to third with just one out. Then came the biggest defensive play of the game. Tim Wheeler sent a fly ball to Dan Cook in left field. Scott tagged up and headed home, but Cook’s online-throw was fielded cleanly on the hop by Lowenstein to keep the game tied.

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In the Volcanoes’ half of the inning, Cook hit a lead-off single. That was followed by another single from Drew Biery to advance Cook to third. Chris Dominguez struck out swinging. Then right fielder Ryan Lollis stepped to the plate and lined the ball into center field, scoring Cook, winning the game 2-1, and starting the championship celebration by Volcanoes fans. It was a dominating championship performance by Volcanoes hurlers. In the four game series, Salem-Keizer pitchers struck out 43 Tri-City batters and recorded a combined ERA of 0.69, a testament to the overall strength of the staff. It has been a great ten years for fans at the Crater. From 20002009, Salem-Keizer won sixty percent of their regular season games (454-306). The team appeared in six NWL championship series, winning four. With the 2009 league crown, the Volcanoes could arguably be called the Northwest League’s team of the decade.

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2009 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/01 7/02 7/03 7/04 7/05 7/06 7/07 7/08 7/09 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/15 7/16 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 8/3 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 8/20 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 9/5 9/6

OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS SAVE RECORD GB PLACE @ Eugene W 5-4 5418 Yntema (1-0) Casilla (1) 1-0 ---T-1st @ Eugene W 8-4 2530 Graves (1-0) 2-0 +1 1st @ Eugene L 5-7 2984 Hernandez (0-1) 2-1 ---T-1st Boise W 6-1 2724 W. Bucardo (1-0) 3-1 +1 1st Boise W 5-3 2260 J. Valdez (1-0) Casilla (2) 4-1 +2 1st Boise L 4-5 2529 Bowlin (0-1) 4-2 +2 1st Boise W 11-1 3211 J. Bucardo (1-0) 5-2 +1 1st Boise W 12-3 2948 Hernandez (1-0) 6-2 +2 1st @ Vancouver W 5-0 3525 W. Bucardo (2-0) 7-2 +2 1st @ Vancouver L 0-14 3462 J. Valdez (1-1) 7-3 +2 1st @ Vancouver W 8-4 4721 Yntema (2-0) 8-3 +3 1st @ Vancouver W 7-0 5132 J. Bucardo (2-0) 9-3 +3 1st @ Vancouver L 6-12 2531 Rogers (0-1) 9-4 +2 1st @ Vancouver W 7-4 3560 Toole (1-0) Bowlin (1) 10-4 +2 1st Tri-City W 4-3 4857 Bowlin (1-1) 11-4 +2 1st Tri-City W 6-5 2608 Moran (1-0) 12-4 +2 1st Tri-City W 5-1 2296 J. Bucardo (3-0) 13-4 +2 1st Tri-City L 5-8 2267 Rodriguez (0-1) 13-5 +1 1st Tri-City W 4-0 2440 W. Bucardo (3-0) 14-5 +1 1st @ Yakima W 11-0 1935 J. Valdez (2-0) 15-5 +1 1st @ Yakima W 8-5 1769 Yntema (3-0) Bowlin (2) 16-5 +2 1st @ Yakima W 7-5* 2380 Rogers (1-1) Bowlin (3) 17-5 +3 1st @ Yakima W 15-2 1567 Hernandez (2-0) 18-5 +3 1st @ Yakima L 2-8 1286 W. Bucardo (3-1) 18-6 +3 1st Eugene L 2-7 2696 J. Valdez (2-1) 18-7 +2 1st Eugene W 8-7 2951 Hernandez (3-0) Bowlin (4) 19-7 +2 1st Eugene W 5-2 3876 Gloor (1-0) Casilla (3) 20-7 +2 1st @ Boise L 2-3* 2784 Quinowski (0-1) 20-8 +2 1st @ Boise W 3-2 1975 Gloor (2-0) Casilla (4) 21-8 +2 1st @ Boise L 3-4 1962 Hernandez (3-1) 21-9 +1 1st @ Boise W 8-6 2324 Gloor (3-0) Bowlin (4) 22-9 +2 1st @ Boise W 10-8 3001 Rodriguez (1-1) Casilla (5) 23-9 +2 1st Yakima L 2-3 2916 Graves (0-1) 23-10 +2 1st Yakima W 11-3 3137 Gloor (4-0) 24-10 +3 1st Yakima W 9-8 2489 Vazquez (1-0) Casilla (6) 25-10 +4 1st Yakima W 10-0 2399 Yntema (4-0) 26-10 +4 1st Yakima W 3-2 2243 Moran (2-0) 27-10 +4 1st @ Tri-City L 1-3 1342 Rogers (1-2) 27-11 +3 1st @ Tri-City W 4-3* 1405 Casilla (1-0) 28-11 +4 1st @ Tri-City W 9-5 1898 Hernandez (4-1) 29-11 1st @ Tri-City W 16-1 3011 Quinowski (1-1) 30-11 1st @ Tri-City L 4-6 2498 J. Bucardo (4-1) 30-12 1st Spokane L 5-9 2503 Toole (1-1) 30-13 +4 1st Spokane L 5-6 2622 Casilla (1-1) 30-14 +3 1st Spokane L 2-6 2342 Hernandez (4-2) 30-15 +2 1st Spokane W 3-1 2497 Graves (1-1) Casilla (7) 31-15 +2 1st Spokane L 3-4 3883 J. Bucardo (4-2) 31-16 +2 1st Vancouver L 2-3 3700 Toole (1-2) 31-17 +2 1st Vancouver W 10-2 3520 Gloor (5-0) 32-17 +2 1st Vancouver W 8-6 2585 Moran (3-0) Casilla (8) 33-17 +2 1st @ Spokane L 3-5 5922 Rogers (1-3) 33-18 +2 1st @ Spokane L 3-4 3262 J. Bucardo (4-3) 33-19 +1 1st @ Spokane W 2-1 4142 Moran (3-0) Casilla (9) 34-19 +2 1st @ Spokane W 4-1 4846 Vazquez (2-0) Casilla (10) 35-19 +3 1st @ Spokane L 2-5 6374 Hernandez (4-3) 35-20 +3 1st Everett W 7-3 2456 Westcott (1-0) 36-20 +4 1st Everett W 5-0 2578 J. Bucardo (4-3) 37-20 +5 1st Everett L 1-5 2682 Toole (1-3) 37-21 +4 1st @ Everett L 3-5 2080 Gloor (5-1) 37-22 +3 1st @ Everett W 7-2 2684 Vazquez (3-0) 38-22 +4 1st @ Everett W 8-0 2237 Westcott (2-0) W. Bucardo (1) 39-22 +5 1st Vancouver L 2-7 2870 Rogers (1-4) 39-23 +5 1st Vancouver L 0-6 2421 Toole (1-4) 39-24 +5 1st Vancouver W 13-1 2216 Gloor (6-1) 40-24 +6 1st Everett L 1-21 2151 Vazquez (3-1) 40-25 +5 1st Everett W 12-2 2725 Westcott (3-0) 41-25 +6 1st Everett W 9-2 3557 J. Bucardo (5-3) Stoffel (1) 42-25 +7 1st @ Everett W 4-3 2603 J. Valdez (3-1) Casilla (11) 43-25 +8 1st @ Everett L 4-6 2333 Graves (2-2) 43-26 +7 1st @ Everett W 9-7 1584 Stoffel (1-0) 44-26 +8 1st @ Eugene W 6-3 4305 Quinowski (2-1) Bowlin (6) 45-26 +8 1st @ Eugene W 7-5 5815 J. Bucardo (5-3) 46-26 +9 1st @ Eugene W 5-3 4858 Gloor (7-1) Stoffel (2) 47-26 +10 1st Eugene W 4-3 3812 W. Bucardo (4-1) Casilla (12) 48-26 +10 1st Eugene W 14-7 2253 Rogers (2-4) 49-26 +10 1st Eugene L 4-6 2370 Valdez (3-3) 49-27 +10 1st

NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

9/7 @ Tri-City L 2-0 J. Bucardo (0-1) 9/8 @ Tri-City W 2-0 Gloor (1-0) Stoffel (1) 9/9 Tri-City W 7-0 Westcott (1-0) 9/10 Tri-City W 2-1* Moran (1-0) * Extra Innings (13 innings: 9/10; 11 innings: 7/18; 10 innings: 7/29, 8/14, 8/31)

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2009 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Anders, Luke Biery, Drew Cavan, Ryan Cook, Dan Crawford, Evan Curry, Caleb Dominguez, Chris Eshleman, John Henson, Kyle Lindsley, Brooks Lollis, Ryan Lowenstein, Aaron Mantle, Ryan Martinez, Juan McArthur, Evan Medina, Jose Peguero, Francisco Price, Ryne Stromsmoe, Skyler Villegas, Ydwin Weeks, Joel Zambrano, Eliezer Ziegler, C.J. TEAM TOTAL

AVG .284 .326 .277 .294 .316 .204 .254 .304 .223 .173 .312 .125 .218 .285 .147 .178 .394 .089 .222 .375 .294 .200 .404 .267

G 58 59 58 61 31 43 47 8 30 38 52 11 33 67 10 34 17 20 2 3 31 32 14 76

AB 208 215 191 235 114 142 181 23 94 98 199 32 101 249 34 90 71 56 9 8 102 85 47 2584

R 35 43 42 39 23 23 31 3 14 15 31 4 18 44 5 15 14 4 2 1 16 11 10 443

H 59 70 53 69 36 29 46 7 21 17 62 4 22 71 5 16 28 5 2 3 30 17 19 691

2B 10 14 9 11 8 7 5 2 7 2 9 0 3 9 1 3 3 0 0 0 4 2 7 116

3B 1 1 5 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 9 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 32

HR 5 6 9 2 1 0 9 0 1 3 2 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 51

RBI 41 48 33 37 23 13 32 2 8 17 25 6 9 37 0 7 12 1 1 2 15 16 13 398

BB 30 27 35 18 9 11 9 7 3 4 20 3 13 12 6 6 3 6 0 1 11 5 12 251

SO 48 39 34 36 30 24 57 5 26 20 24 10 39 43 12 28 9 11 0 2 13 9 7 526

SB 2 4 3 7 5 10 11 1 1 5 1 0 3 4 0 0 7 1 0 0 1 1 0 67

CS 2 1 2 3 2 3 2 0 1 4 5 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 34

OBP .370 .406 .399 .354 .375 .310 .298 .467 .267 .224 .373 .243 .319 .325 .310 .245 .421 .190 .222 .444 .365 .245 .532 .342

SLG .413 .484 .518 .400 .447 .268 .442 .391 .330 .286 .417 .125 .327 .442 .176 .233 .465 .089 .222 .375 .451 .306 .681 .396

SO 33 64 32 0 31 48 8 28 33 2 0 16 53 25 34 0 13 41 36 38 42 26 603

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 6

2009 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHERS W-L ERA Bowlin, Drew 1-1 2.60 Bucardo, Jorge 6-3 2.64 Bucardo, Wilber 4-1 3.02 Calicutt, Steve 0-0 0.00 Casilla, Jose 1-1 1.67 Gloor, Chris 7-1 2.61 Grabham, Brandon 0-0 7.71 Graves, Brandon 2-2 3.69 Hernandez, Javier 4-4 5.43 Irving, Brian 0-0 16.20 Lindsley, Brooks 0-0 135.00 Moran, Gary 4-0 3.04 Quinowski, David 2-1 1.77 Rodriguez, Mario 1-1 5.14 Rogers, Taylor 2-4 7.54 Romo, Andrew 0-0 0.00 Stoffel, Jason 1-0 0.00 Toole, Jeremy 1-4 2.74 Valdez, Jose 3-3 4.33 Vazquez, Kyle 3-1 3.66 Westcott, Craig 3-0 3.26 Yntema, Orlando 4-0 2.80 TEAM 49-27 3.54

G 0 15 13 2 25 17 4 21 15 2 1 23 22 23 21 1 8 13 16 17 7 8 76

GS 0 15 9 0 0 7 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 10 5 3 7 8 76

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CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7

SV 6 0 1 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 21

IP 27.2 81.2 56.2 1.2 27.0 48.1 7.0 31.2 58.0 1.2 0.1 23.2 40.2 28.0 27.0 1.0 10.1 46.0 35.1 39.1 30.1 45.0 678.1

H 20 65 49 2 22 38 12 41 71 5 6 28 30 31 47 0 6 42 24 26 28 44 637

R 9 28 22 1 8 14 6 24 42 3 5 9 9 18 39 0 1 17 20 19 11 17 322

ER 8 24 19 0 5 14 6 13 35 3 5 8 8 16 31 0 0 14 17 16 11 14 267

HR 2 3 3 0 0 2 0 4 7 0 0 2 2 2 10 0 0 1 2 4 1 4 49

HB 1 8 8 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 2 2 3 4 0 0 0 4 1 4 2 46

BB 10 21 15 2 9 19 7 12 26 0 0 5 18 12 21 0 1 20 18 15 9 11 251

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2009 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Anders, Luke Biery, Drew Dominguez, Chris Lindsley, Brooks McArthur, Evan Weeks, Joel Ziegler, C.J.

PCT .996 1.000 .979 -1.000 -.971

G 50 5 11 1 1 1 11

PO 431 43 90 0 9 0 94

A 35 2 5 0 1 0 6

E 2 0 2 0 0 0 3

TC 468 45 97 0 10 0 103

DP 47 3 5 0 0 0 11

SECOND BASEMEN Martinez, Juan Stromsmoe, Skyler Weeks, Joel

.962 1.000 .938

67 2 9

125 3 14

180 7 31

12 0 3

317 10 48

43 2 6

THIRD BASEMEN Biery, Drew Cavan, Ryan Cook, Dan Dominguez, Chris Martinez, Juan McArthur, Evan Villegas, Ydwin Weeks, Joel

.933 .833 -.898 1.000 .750 1.000 1.000

44 2 1 27 1 1 1 8

34 2 0 13 2 0 0 3

64 3 0 40 0 3 1 10

7 1 0 6 0 1 0 0

105 6 0 59 2 4 1 13

3 0 0 9 0 0 0 1

SHORTSTOPS Cavan, Ryan Eshleman, John Lindsley, Brooks Villegas, Ydwin

.936 1.000 .917 .875

57 8 4 3

79 8 3 18

168 28 19 43

17 0 2 2

264 36 24 63

38 4 2 6

OUTFIELDERS Cook, Dan Crawford, Evan Curry, Caleb Lindsley, Brooks Lollis, Ryan Mantle, Ryan Medina, Jose Peguero, Francisco Weeks, Joel

.957 .957 .988 1.000 986 .976 .900 1.000 --

54 30 42 17 49 27 29 14 3

84 43 75 10 68 38 36 37 0

6 1 5 3 2 2 0 0 0

4 2 1 0 1 1 4 0 0

94 46 81 13 71 41 40 37 0

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

CATCHERS Henson, Kyle Lowenstein, Aaron Price, Ryne Weeks, Joel Zambrano, Eliezer PITCHERS Bowlin, Drew Bucardo, Jorge Bucardo, Wilber Calicutt, Steven Casilla, Jose Gloor, Chris Grabham, Brandon Graves, Brandon Hernandez, Javier Irving, Brian Lindsley, Brooks Moran, Gary Quinowski, David Rodriguez, Mario Rogers, Taylor Romo, Andrew Stoffel, Jason Toole, Jeremy Valdez, Jose Vazquez, Kyle Westcott, Craig Yntema, Orlando

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PCT. .984 .989 .963 1.000 .969 PCT. 1.000 .938 .000 1.000 .875 .900 -1.000 1.000 1.000 -1.000 1.000 1.000 .600 -1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .846

G 30 11 18 2 32

PO 219 83 99 4 207 G 22 15 13 2 25 17 4 21 15 2 1 23 22 23 21 1 8 13 16 17 7 8

A 24 6 6 1 14 PO 2 8 10 0 5 2 0 4 3 1 0 1 5 3 1 0 2 3 2 2 0 2

E 4 1 4 0 7 A 5 22 13 1 2 7 0 3 4 0 0 1 9 3 2 0 3 7 4 5 2 9

TC 247 90 109 5 228 E 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

DP 2 0 0 0 0 TC 7 32 23 1 8 10 0 7 7 1 0 2 14 6 5 0 5 10 6 7 2 13

PB 4 2 0 0 4 DP 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

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2009 TEAM LEADERS 2009 VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Drew Biery Games Juan Martinez At Bats Juan Martinez Runs Juan Martinez Hits Juan Martinez Doubles Drew Biery Triples Juan Martinez Home Runs Ryan Cavan, Chris Dominguez Runs Batted In Drew Biery Total Bases Juan Martinez Base on Balls Ryan Cavan Strikeouts Chris Dominguez Hit by Pitch Caleb Curry Stolen Bases Chris Dominguez Caught Stealing Ryan Lollis On Base Pct. Drew Biery Slugging Pct. Ryan Cavan

.326 67 249 44 71 14 9 9 48 110 35 57 12 11 5 .406 .518

2009 VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins Jorge Bucardo Losses Hernandez, Rogers, Toole Earned Run Average Jorge Bucardo Games Jose Casilla Games Started Jorge Bucardo Saves Jose Casilla Innings Pitched Jorge Bucardo Hits Allowed Javier Hernandez Runs Allowed Javier Hernandez Earned Runs Allowed Javier Hernandez Home Runs Allowed Javier Hernandez Strikeouts Jorge Bucardo Base on Balls Javier Hernandez Hit Batsmen Jorge Bucardo, Wilber Bucardo Wild Pitches Herandez, Valdez Balks Jeremy Toole Opp. Batting Average Jorge Bucardo

Minimum 205 plate appearances

6 4 2.64 25 15 12 81.2 71 42 35 7 64 42 8 8 2 .229

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2009 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

6 (5 times) 4 (Anders 9/05) 4 (Crawford 8/27) 3 (Loberg 8/07, Monell 8/14) 1 (32 times) 3 (Biery 7/25) 8 (Crawford 8/27) 2 (Peguero 7/01; Biery 8/04) 12 (Biery 7/25)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched

9 (Yntema 7/26/09) 8 (Bucardo 7/18, 8/24; Hobson Most Hits Allowed 6/28; Reichard 8/04) Most Runs Allowed 6 (Hernandez 6/22; Rogers 8/31) Most Earned Runs Allowed 6 (Rogers 8/31) Most Strikeouts 8 (Westcott 8/11, 8/16) Most Base on Balls 5 (Hernandez 6/27) Most Hit Batters 2 (W. Bucardo 7/08) Most Wild Pitches 3 (Rogers 8/26) Most Balks 1 (6 times)

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TEAM BATTING Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

16 (7/31 @ Tri-City) 18 (7/12 @ Yakima, 9/05 vs. Eugene) 10 (7/12 @ Yakima) 3 (7/17 vs. Eugene) 4 (7/25 vs. Yakima) 15 (8/13 @ Spokane) 12 (7/28@ Tri-City; 8/08 vs. Vancouver ; 8/13 @ Spokane) 9 (8/25 vs. Vancouver) 3 (8/24 @ Eugene) 5 (8/04 vs. Spokane) 12 (8/03 vs. Spokane)

TEAM PITCHING Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

0 (8/22 @ Everett) 23 (8/26 vs. Everett) 21 (8/26 vs. Everett) 21 (8/26 vs. Everett) 13 (8/25 vs. Vancouver) 8 (7/15 vs. Eugene) 3 (7/08 vs. Tri-City) 5 (8/27 vs. Eugene) 1 (4 times) 20 (8/26 vs. Everett)

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2009 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:38 3:38 2:03 2:03 4,857 6,374 2,151 1,286 6 4 4 3 4 2

@ Tri City 7/31 @ Tri City 7/31 vs. Tri-City 7/08 vs. Tri-City 7/08 vs. Tri City 7/04 @ Spokane 8/15 vs. Everett 8/26 @ Yakima 7/13 (8/31-9/05) (8/01-8/04) (7/09-7/12) (8/04-8/06) (7/09-7/12; 8/31-9/03) (8/11-8/12)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2009 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Championship Series

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W 7 5 11 49 2 47 9 8 7 7 3 7 8 24 25 8 22 14 5 3

HOME L 2 1 8 27 0 27 3 4 5 3 7 3 2 12 15 3 8 15 1 1

W 3 1 3 24 0 24 4 4 3 4 1 4 4 11 13 4 10 8 2 2

ROAD L 1 0 4 14 0 14 2 2 3 1 4 1 1 7 7 1 3 9 1 0

W 4 4 8 25 2 23 5 4 4 3 2 3 4 13 12 4 12 6 3 1

L 1 1 4 13 0 13 1 2 2 2 3 2 1 5 8 2 5 6 0 1

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2009 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST SALEM-KEIZER Everett Vancouver Eugene

W 49 39 36 34

L 27 37 40 42

PCT. .645 .513 .474 .447

GB --10.0 13.0 15

Manager Tom Trebelhorn John Tamargo Rick Magnante Greg Riddoch

Attendance 106,590 89,929 149,297 125,475

EAST Tri-City Spokane Boise Yakima

47 37 34 28

29 39 42 48

.618 .487 .447 .368

--10.0 13.0 19.0

Freddie Ocasio Tim Hulett Casey Kopitzke Bob Didier

84,198 179,941 103,783 72,881

*Salem-Keizer defeated Tri-City, three games to one, to win Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM Everett VOLCANOES Spokane Eugene Vancouver Boise Tri-City Yakima

AVG .285 .267 .267 .264 .261 .260 .256 .250

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2638 2584 2615 2595 2581 2586 2597 2593

R 421 443 378 409 349 339 398 322

H 751 691 697 686 673 673 665 648

2B 157 116 134 134 124 120 132 131

3B 29 32 14 16 13 16 20 12

HR 73 51 58 58 22 21 38 35

RBI 373 398 344 367 302 289 362 286

BB 240 251 247 344 295 220 276 256

SO 620 526 639 616 585 526 612 625

SB 49 67 81 64 80 80 101 74

CS 31 34 22 25 30 38 33 36

L 29 27 39 40 42 37 42 48

ERA 3.43 3.54 3.94 4.41 4.44 4.46 4.76 5.18

CG 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

ShO 3 7 5 5 5 3 4 3

SV 22 21 16 23 22 15 16 12

IP 690.1 678.1 669.1 671.0 664.2 667.1 669.2 672.1

H 627 637 654 703 720 703 704 754

R 319 322 342 402 403 400 422 449

ER 263 267 293 329 328 331 331 387

HR 28 49 39 40 37 68 47 48

BB 277 251 246 290 216 269 275 305

SO 615 603 647 624 570 628 531 531

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Tri-City VOLCANOES Spokane Vancouver Eugene Everett Boise Yakima

W 47 49 37 36 34 39 34 28

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Tri-City Yakima Everett VOLCANOES Spokane Eugene Vancouver Boise

PCT .974 .972 .970 .967 .964 .963 .962 .959

PO 2071 2017 2002 2035 2008 1994 2012 2009

A 864 911 770 820 787 818 769 847

E 78 83 87 96 105 108 109 122

TC 3013 3011 2859 2951 2900 2920 2890 2978

DP 77 82 72 70 67 78 81 75

PB 20 14 14 10 18 14 25 22

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS C 1B 2B 3B SS DH RHRP MGR

PLAYER Vincent DiFazio Ryan Wheeler Vincent Belnome Drew Biery Hak-Ju Lee Drew Biery Charles Ruiz Freddie Ocasio

TEAM Spokane Yakima Eugene VOLCANOES Boise VOLCANOES Tri-City Tri-City

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PLAYER TEAM Jose Valdez Boise Miguel Velazquez Spokane Ryan Royster Everett Jorge Bucardo VOLCANOES Nicholas Greenwood Eugene Robert Ross Spokane Craig Bennigson Tri-City Drew Biery VOLCANOES

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2009 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Jason Ogata, SPO Ryan Wheeler, YAK Gerardo Avila, EVE

.366 .363 .333

RUNS Hak-Ju Lee, BOI Vincent Belnome, EUG Logan Watkins, BOI

56 53 48

TRIPLES JUAN MARTINEZ, S-K RYAN CAVAN, S-K Mario Martinez, EVE Matt Vern, EUG

9 5 5 5

TOTAL BASES Nathan Freiman, EUG Mario Martinez, EVE Ryan Wheeler, YAK

140 132 126

STOLEN BASES Hak-Ju Lee Kevin Clark Tyreace House, VAN

25 19 19

GAMES Matt Davidson, YAK Nathan Freiman, EUG Logan Watkins, BOI

72 72 72

AT BATS Mario Martinez, EVE Nathan Freiman, EUG Logan Watkins, BOI

302 289 279

HITS Mario Martinez, EVE Logan Watkins, BOI Hak-Ju Lee, BOI

93 91 87

DOUBLES Kent Matthes, TRI Nathan Freiman, EUG Three players with

23 22 20

HOME RUNS Gerardo Avila, EVE Nathan Freiman, EUG Vincent Belnome, EUG Miguel Velazquez, SPO

13 11 10 10

RBI Nathan Freiman, EUG Gerardo Avila DREW BIERY, S-K

68 54 48

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Gerardo Avila, EVE Ryan Wheeler Tommy Mendonca, SPO BASE ON BALLS Vincent Belnome, EUG Conner Crumbliss, VAN Edinson Rincon, EUG

.582 .538 .537 52 49 46

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Ryan Wheeler, YAK Vincent Belnome, EUG Jason Ogata, SPO STRIKEOUTS Kent Matthes, TRI Clark Murphy, SPO Matt Davidson, YAK

.461 .431 .430 77 77 75

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Craig Bennigson, TRI CHRIS GLOOR, S-K Trevor Hurley, SPO

8 7 7

GAMES Charles Ruiz, TRI David Erickson, EUG Brad Reid, EVE

32 30 28

SAVES Charles Ruiz, TRI JOSE CASILLA, S-K Paul Smyth, VAN

17 12 9

LOSSES Miles Mikolas, EUG Chris Odegaard Four players tied with

8 8 7

GAMES STARTED Joselito Adames, VAN Ten players tied with

16 15

STRIKEOUTS Chris Kirkland, EVE Taylor Stanton, EVE Dan Taylor, YAK

85 81 79

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Dan Taylor, YAK Hits Allowed Joselito Adames, VAN Runs Allowed Rafael Quezada, YAK Joselito Adames, VAN Earned Runs Allowed Joselito Adames, VAN Home Runs Allowed TAYLOR ROGERS, S-K Hit Batters Luke Burnett, EVE Wild Pitches Chris Kirkland, EVE

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.833 (5-1) 92 52 52 52 10 15 14

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Nick Greenwood, EUG Julio Ramos, VAN JORGE BUCARDO, S-K

1.71 2.38 2.64

INNINGS PITCHED Taylor Stanton, EVE Chris Kirkland, EVE JORGE BUCARDO, S-K

87.1 85.2 80.1

WALKS Luke Burnett, EVE Rafael Quezada, YAK Bradley McAtee, TRI

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Jose Gonzalez, TRI Brent Greer, YAK Sacrifice Flies Jason Ogata, SPO Myrio Richard, VAN Hit By Pitch Joey Wong, TRI Caught Stealing Tyreace House, VAN Grounded into DP Alfredo Marte, YAK

42 42 38

8 8 5 5 13 10 11

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After back-to-back Northwest League championships in 200607, playoff expectations for the 2008 edition of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes weren’t especially lofty. After all, short-A teams aren’t supposed to be recurrently dominant. But to the surprise of many in the NWL, the Volcanoes used strong defense and gameto-game consistency to overcome a rash of injuries and outlast Eugene for their third straight Western Division title before falling to Spokane in a tight championship series in four games. The Volcanoes welcomed a new manager to the dugout in 2008. Tom Trebelhorn, who spent portions of three decades in the major league coaching ranks—including stints as manager of the Milwaukie Brewers and Chicago Cubs—brought a patient, insightful instructional approach to a group of mostly unsung players. The combination proved to be fruitful, as the Volcanoes grew over the course of the 76 game season, never falling from first place to win the Western title in the next-to-last game of the regular campaign. “We were a very opportunistic team,” recalls Trebelhorn. “We avoided the losing streaks that hurt Eugene, Everett and Vancouver… our play against every team was very good.” The ‘08 Volcanoes boasted the best fielding percentage in the league (.976), committing a league low 71 errors over the course of the season. Volcanoes Mike Loberg (1B), Ryan Lormand (2B), Vladimir “Pepe” Frias (SS), Jose Flores (3B) and Casey Bond (OF) were ranked number one defensively at their respective positions, despite being relatively low draft picks for the San Francisco Giants over the past two seasons. Even with the sharp defensive play, Salem-Keizer played little better than .500 baseball (11-10) through the first three weeks of the season, winning series from Yakima, Everett and Eugene, while dropping two five-game sets to Tri City. The Volcanoes’ division lead grew to five games on July 15—the largest cushion of the season—after a 9-8 home victory over Vancouver. But the advantage went rapidly back down to just a single game July 19 after the team lost four straight at the Crater. In the midst of the team’s early rollercoaster ride came a record setting pitching performance from right-hander Mike Loree. From June 25th until July 5th, the 2007 50th round draft pick out of Villanova retired a team-record 40 consecutive batters. He also recorded a Volcanoes-best 12 and 2/3 straight scoreless innings during that period. In spite of managing just a 4-3 record during the season, Loree was named Northwest League Player of the week three times and forged a league-best 2.43 ERA during the course of the season. “Mike Loree had as good a streak of pitching as any pitcher in the history of professional baseball,” recalls Trebelhorn. “He demonstrated that if you throw strikes you can get hitters out without overpowering stuff –he really was a pitcher for us in every sense of the term.” Trebelhorn and pitching coach Jerry Cram had other strong pitchers to count on during the season. Unknown right-hander Andy Reichard and left-hander Ari Ronick developed into the team’s most reliable starters, lefty Dan Runzler became a dependable mid-inning reliever—leading the NWL in holds, while fifth round draft pick Edwin Quirarte rounded into one of the top closers in the league with 14 saves. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

The Volcanoes’ unlikely run to their third straight division title was all the more remarkable in the light of a rash of injuries to position players that forced Trebelhorn and his staff to frequently shuffle the line up. All totaled, a team-record 52 players donned a Salem-Keizer uniform in 2008. Nagging injuries hampered the efforts of several Volcanoes. Catcher Mike Ambort missed much of the season with a bad elbow, yet still hit a team-high nine home runs. Fellow catcher Trent Kline had shoulder problems that limited his productivity at the plate and behind it. Still other injuries left the team short handed in the field. Hardhitting outfielder Francisco Peguero suffered a season-ending leg injury just before the playoffs after hitting .307 in 50 games upon his arrival from Augusta. Outfielder Damon Wright’s season came to an abrupt halt in August after a freak accident during batting practice shattered a cheekbone. Premier players from the amateur draft only made cameo appearances for the Volcanoes. The Giants’ top two picks, Buster Posey—national player of the year from Florida State—and Conor Gillaspie from Wichita State, were not signed until late in the season and made only brief stops in Salem-Keizer. Still, Trebelhorn made no excuses for his team, and continued to fine tune the personnel sent his way. Sometimes the results were magical, especially in late July and August. Ronick tied a Volcanoes record with seven consecutive strikeouts in a 2-0 win at Vancouver on July 31., Ambort and Northwest League All-Star Loberg produced the biggest offensive fireworks of the season in early August. Loberg, in the midst of what would become a team record-setting 19 game hitting streak, set another franchise record with home runs in four consecutive games August 3-6. Just a few nights later in Boise, Ambort went deep three times in one game to set another club record in a 9-6 win over the Hawks. And two weeks later, on August 21, Volcanoes pitchers Andy Reichard, Mike Eifel, Jason Neitz and Justin Fitzgerald combined for a record 20 strikeouts in a nail-biting 2-1 win at Everett in 10 innings. But there were also some record-setting struggles—particularly in games against division rival Eugene. On August 5, Volcanoes pitchers yielded 21 hits, but Salem-Keizer still won the game in a 14-10 slugfest at the Crater. On August 27, the Ems shattered a Salem-Keizer record by scoring 21 runs in a 21-4 pounding in Keizer. The Volcanoes and the Emeralds finished their 2008 series all even at six wins apiece, so in the last week of season, it came down to which team finished with a better overall record against division opponents. After losing three close games in Everett in their last road series, Salem-Keizer could still clinch the West with a home win in the next-to-last game of the regular season August 27 against Vancouver. Trebelhorn sent Loree to the hill and he pitched a gem—giving up no runs on six hits, with six strikeouts and a walk in six innings. The Volcanoes offense pushed across single runs in the first, third and fourth innings to give Salem-Keizer a 3-0 victory and their third straight Western Division crown. Salem-Keizer ended the regular campaign with a record of 40-36. 67


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Two nights later, the Volcanoes were in Spokane to play the powerful Indians in the Northwest League Championship Series. Spokane had won the East by a comfortable eight games, with a league best record of 51-25. That win total included taking four of five games from Salem-Keizer at Volcanoes Stadium in August. The title series would turn out to be a battle from start to finish. The Volcanoes surprised Spokane in game one, as Andy Reichard pitched the visitors to a 5-3 victory to take a one-nothing lead. The Indians countered with a dramatic 11-10 win in 10 innings to square the best of five affair and send the series to Volcanoes Stadium. The game looked good early for the Volcanoes. Ari Ronick pitched five strong innings, allowing just two runs on one hit while striking out six. At the plate, the team was paced by three RBIs and a solo home run by Mike Loberg and Salem-Keizer led 10-2. But then the wheels fell off the Volcanoes’ offense and defense. Salem-Keizer would not score the rest of the way, while Spokane erupted for nine unanswered runs—including a devastating sixth inning that included six walks and two Volcanoes errors. The final score: Spokane 11, Volcanoes 10.

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The fourth game was a must win for Salem-Keizer to avoid an end to the series. Spokane built a 3-1 lead through three innings, but the Volcanoes rallied for a pair of runs on four hits in the seventh and took the lead, 5-4.
But Salem-Keizer couldn’t hold the lead. Spokane’s Eric Fry walked to start the eighth, and then was driven home on a ground out by Matt West to tie the score at five. After a scoreless ninth, the game went to extra innings. The Indians made the most of their opportunity in the tenth. First baseman Dennis Guinn walked with one out and advanced on a throwing error to second. After Volcanoes reliever Ryan Verdugo struck out Matt West, there were two outs. Doug West lined a single up the middle to score Guinn to give Spokane a 6-5 edge. Salem-Keizer had one last chance, but reliever Indians reliever Corey Young retired the Volcanoes in order to deny them a third straight league championship. In spite of the title series defeat, Trebelhorn had nothing but praise for his team. “I can honestly say that the 2008 group developed into as good a team as they possibly could be and that makes the 2008 season a championship year for me.”

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2008 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/9 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 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 8/2A 8/2B 8/3 8/4 8/5 8/6 8/7 8/8 8/9 8/10 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 9/01 9/02 9/03

OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS YAKIMA W 10-2 2836 Burcado (1-0) YAKIMA L 2-6 2465 Stolp (0-1) YAKIMA W 3-2 2567 Irving (1-0) YAKIMA W 6-5 3806 Reichard (1-0) YAKIMA L 2-3 2674 Bowlin (0-1) @ Tri -City W 7-4 3753 Bucardo (2-0) @ Tri-City L 1-3 1369 Hobson (0-1) @ Tri-City L 5-6 1823 Quirarte (0-1) @ Tri-City L 5-6 2853 Edens (0-1) @ Tri-City W 5-3 2615 Reichard (2-0) EVERETT W 6-5 3432 Neitz (1-0) EVERETT L 4-9 2617 Hobson (0-2) EVERETT W 8-6 2601 Neitz (2-0) @ Eugene W 1-0 1604 Loree (1-0) @Eugene L 2-12 2386 Bowlin (0-2) @ Eugene W 5-2 6951 Quirarte (1-1) TRI-CITY W 12-5 2527 Reichard (3-0) TRI-CITY L 1-3 4672 Runzler (0-1) TRI-CITY L 1-4 2331 Loree (1-1) TRI-CITY W 8-2 2371 Neitz (3-0) TRI-CITY L 6-9 2285 Bucardo (2-1) @ Yakima W 13-5 1832 Stolp (1-1) @Yakima W 5-0 1770 Ronick (1-0) @Yakima L 1-2 2560 Kaufman (0-1) @Yakima L 1-2 2227 Bowlin (0-3) @Yakima W 7-3 1567 Bucardo (3-1) VANCOUVER W 6-5 2379 Yntema (1-0) VANCOUVER W 9-8 2628 Kaufman (1-1) VANCOUVER L 1-4 2968 Loree (1-2) EVERETT L 3-9 2722 Surkamp (0-1) EVERETT L 2-4 2689 Bucardo (3-2) EVERETT L 4-5 2857 Kaufman (1-2) @ Spokane W 14-2 5052 Ronick (2-0) @ Spokane L 6-9* 3467 Edens (0-2) @ Spokane L 4-8 3555 Surkamp (0-2) @ Spokane L 2-3 5238 Bucardo (3-2) @ Spokane W 1-0* 5051 Quirarte (2-1) BOISE W 8-0 3954 Ronick (3-0) BOISE W 3-1 3041 Loree (2-2) BOISE L 5-7 2960 Kaufman (1-3) BOISE L 7-9 2598 Bucardo (-34) BOISE W 4-3 2468 Quirarte (3-1) OFF DAY @ Vancouver W 2-0 2637 Eifel (1-0) @ Vancouver W 3-1 (DH) Loree (3-2) @ Vancouver W 6-5 4142 Yntema (2-0) EUGENE L 2-12 3052 Bucardo (3-5) EUGENE L 1-6 3083 Reichard (3-1) EUGENE W 14-10 2843 Stolp (2-1) @ Boise W 16-6 2495 Yntema (3-0) @ Boise W 9-7 2467 Neitz (4-0) @ Boise W 9-6 3434 Bucardo (4-5) @ Boise L 2-3 3058 Quirarte (3-2) @ Boise W 4-3 1968 Neitz (5-0) @Vancouver W 3-1 2934 Yntema (4-0) @Vancouver L 5-6 3102 Irving (1-1) @Vancouver W 8-1 4751 Bucardo (5-5) SPOKANE L 4-15 4503 Reichard (3-2) SPOKANE W 3-1 3392 Ronick (4-0) SPOKANE L 2-5 3773 Yntema (4-1) SPOKANE L 3-4 2620 Quirarte (3-3) SPOKANE L 3-13 2803 Bucardo (5-6) Everett W 2-1* 1520 Fitzgerald (1-0) @Everett W 6-5 3064 Edens (1-2) @Everett W 4-3 3991 Yntema (5-1) @Eugene L 2-4* 3412 Eifel (1-1) @Eugene W 10-7* 4423 Irving (1-1) @Eugene W 5-4 3518 J. Jarvis (1-0) EUGENE W 9-4 2596 Stolp (3-1) EUGENE L 4-21 2917 Yntema (5-2) EUGENE L 4-6 2992 Loree (3-3) @ Everett W 8-1 1688 Bucardo (6-6) @ Everett L 4-5 1715 A. King (0-1) @ Everett L 5-7 2529 Ronick (4-1) VANCOUVER L 3-6 3323 Edens (1-2) VANCOUVER W 3-0 2252 Loree (4-3) VANCOUVER L 5-8 2828 Bucardo (6-7)

SAVE Edens-1 Quirarte-1 Edens-2

Quirarte-2 Quirarte-3 Irving-1

Quirarte-4 Pannell-1

Quirarte-5

Quirarte-6 Quirarte-7 Fitzgerald-1 Quirarte-8 Quirarte-9 Fitzgerald-2 Fitzgerald-3 Quirarte-10

Quirarte-11

Quirarte-12 Fitzgerald-4 Quirarte-13 Fitzgerald-5

Stolp-1

Quirarte-14

RECORD GB PLACE 1-0 +1 1st 1-1 --T-1st 2-1 --T-1st 3-1 +1 1st 3-2 --T-1st 4-2 +1 1st 4-3 +1 1st 4-4 --T-1st 4-5 --T-1st 5-5 +1 1st 6-5 +1 1st 6-6 --T-1st 7-6 +1 1st 8-6 +2 1st 8-7 +1 1st 9-7 +2 1st 10-7 +3 1st 10-8 +3 1st 10-9 +2 1st 11-9 +3 1st 11-10 +2 1st 12-10 +3 1st 13-10 +4 1st 13-11 +4 1st 13-12 +3 1st 14-12 +3 1st 15-12 +3 1st 16-12 +5 1st 16-13 +4 1st 16-14 +3 1st 16-15 +2 1st 16-16 +1 1st 17-16 +2 1st 17-17 +2 1st 17-18 +2 1st 18-18 +2 1ST 18-19 +2 1st 19-19 +2 20-19 +3 1st 20-20 +2 1st 20-21 +1 1st 21-21 +1 1st 22-21 23-21 24-21 24-22 24-23 25-23 26-23 27-23 28-23 28-24 29-24 30-24 30-25 31-25 31-26 32-26 32-27 32-28 32-29 33-29 34-29 35-29 35-30 36-30 37-30 38-30 38-31 38-32 39-32 39-33 39-34 39-35 40-35 40-36

NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

9/4 @ Spokane W 5-3 1587 Reichard (1-0) Quirarte-1 9/5 @ Spokane L 11-10(10) 1433 A. King (0-1) 9/6 SPOKANE L 11-10 1004 Quirarte (0-1) 9/7 SPOKANE L 6-5 (10) 809 Verdugo (0-1) * Extra Innings (12 innings: 7/21; 10 innings: 7/24, 8/20, 8/23, 8/24)

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+2 +2 +2 +1 --+1 +1 +1 +1 ----+1.5 +1.5 +2.5 +1.5 +2.5 +2.5 +1.5 +1 +1 +1 +1 --+1 +2 +3 +2 +1 +2 +2 +2 +1 +1 ---

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st-T 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st-T 1st 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST-T

1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3

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2008 VOLCANOES BATTING BATTERS Adrianza, Ehire Ambort, Michael Bond, Casey Cook, Dan Crawford, Brandon Curry, Caleb Flores, Jose Frias, Vladimir Gillaspie, Conor Kline, Trent Lindsley, Brooks Loberg, Mike Lormand, Ryan Luster, Jeremiah Mantle, Ryan Monell, Johnny Peguero, Francisco Posey, Buster Quintana, Carlos Stromsmoe, Skyler Wright, Damon Zambrano, Eliezer TEAM

AVG .400 .328 .246 .258 .000 .270 .300 .228 .268 .209 .254 .292 .235 .182 .000 .267 .307 .273 .071 .250 .270 .174 .263

G 1 34 68 25 1 68 73 53 18 29 26 74 70 14 1 43 50 3 5 12 44 22 76

AB 5 116 240 66 2 248 263 202 71 91 71 281 247 44 4 161 202 11 14 44 148 69 2600

R 3 19 42 8 0 31 40 26 4 11 12 53 40 4 0 21 33 2 1 6 19 4 379

H 2 38 59 17 0 67 79 46 19 19 18 82 58 8 0 43 62 3 1 11 40 12 684

2B 0 8 16 1 0 7 13 5 4 2 4 15 12 2 0 17 11 2 0 0 8 3 130

3B 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 21

HR 0 9 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 8 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 30

RBI 0 34 21 3 0 23 32 10 8 18 7 49 29 3 0 25 28 2 1 0 22 11 326

BB 0 13 21 11 0 27 40 8 9 12 12 27 26 8 1 11 9 3 3 5 20 3 269

SO 1 22 70 11 0 55 60 41 13 19 14 80 33 11 3 36 43 0 7 6 23 16 564

R 3 6 11 4 47 1 14 16 9 9 27 3 19 1 24 9 5 7 36 9 25 32 8 15 10 1 2 2 21 376

ER 3 6 10 4 34 1 13 13 9 6 23 3 18 1 22 9 5 6 28 7 20 27 7 12 10 1 2 2 19 321

SB 0 1 15 1 0 13 3 11 2 1 4 6 12 2 0 1 10 0 0 3 9 0 94

CS 0 0 7 0 0 10 3 6 0 4 1 1 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 4 0 44

OBP .400 .395 .330 .359 .000 .349 .395 .274 .350 .298 .384 .360 .317 .315 .200 .330 .349 .429 .235 .340 .365 .205 .341

SLG .400 .664 .321 .273 .000 .319 .369 .262 .324 .319 .310 .459 .324 .227 .000 .466 .431 .455 .071 .250 .378 .217 .364

2008 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHERS Barnes, Scott Begg, Chris Bowlin, Andrew Brinson, Morgan Bucardo, Wilber Casilla, Jose Edens, Joseph Eifel, Michael Fitzgerald, Justin Hobson, Gib Irving, Brian Jarvis, Jason Kaufman, Shane King, Aaron Loree, Mike Macfarland, Steve Marte, Kelvin Neitz, Jason Pannell, Jonathan Quirarte, Edwin Reichard, Andrew Ronick, Ari Runzler, Daniel Stolp, Eric Surkamp, Eric Verdugo, Ryan Webb, Trey Wilson, Chris Yntema, Orlando TEAM

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W 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 4 0 0 5 0 3 3 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 40

L 0 0 3 0 7 0 3 1 0 2 1 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 36

ERA 4.76 4.50 5.74 108.00 4.57 2.70 3.38 3.94 4.76 5.23 7.14 13.50 7.71 5.40 2.44 11.05 6.14 1.82 9.82 2.12 2.87 4.05 2.10 2.68 6.43 4.50 4.15 18.00 5.03 4.26

G 2 2 5 3 16 2 24 18 14 3 19 2 16 2 15 6 8 25 16 26 15 16 27 19 5 1 3 1 10 76

GS 1 2 5 0 15 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 11 13 0 0 4 0 0 0 6 76

CG 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

SHO 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 6

SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 24

IP H 5.2 6 12 15 15.2 19 0.1 0 67 87 3.1 4 34.2 28 29.2 25 17 20 10.1 15 29 40 2 4 21 25 1.2 1 81 63 7.1 12 7.1 8 29.2 28 25.2 35 29.2 23 62.2 61 60 55 30 19 40.1 31 14 20 2 1 4.1 4 1 1 34 45 678.1 695

HR 0 1 1 0 4 0 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 0 2 1 0 1 4 0 4 5 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 43

HB 0 1 4 2 4 1 4 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 6 0 5 6 1 5 1 0 0 0 1 53

BB 1 0 10 7 21 1 8 17 6 2 18 3 12 4 7 6 4 12 17 9 17 21 21 15 5 1 6 2 15 268

SO 11 8 10 0 40 4 41 28 13 5 36 1 16 4 75 7 10 19 33 33 63 60 43 22 16 3 4 0 18 623

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

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2008 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Ambort, Michael Lindsley, Brooks Loberg, Mike Monell, Johnny Quintana, Carlos

PCT. 1.000 1.000 .990 1.000 1.000

G 4 1 74 1 1

PO 23 6 640 9 0

A 2 0 46 0 1

E 0 0 7 0 0

TC 25 6 693 9 1

DP 4 0 47 1 0

SECOND BASEMEN Cook, Dan Curry, Caleb Flores, Jose Lindsley, Brooks Lormand, Ryan Stromsmoe, Skyler

1.000 -.969 1.000 .981 .978

2 1 7 3 58 12

3 0 11 3 98 17

2 0 20 3 158 28

0 0 1 0 5 1

5 0 32 6 261 46

0 0 2 0 26 3

THIRD BASEMEN Ambort, Michael Cook, Dan Flores, Jose Gillaspie, Conor Lindsley, Brooks Loberg, Mike Quintana, Carlos

1.000 1.000 .962 .909 1.000 1.000 .900

1 3 56 15 3 1 4

0 1 39 5 0 0 3

2 1 88 25 4 1 6

0 0 5 3 0 0 1

2 2 132 33 4 1 10

0 0 6 1 0 0 0

SHORTSTOPS Adrianza, Ehire Cook, Dan Crawford, Brandon Flores, Jose Frias, Vladimir Lindsley, Brooks Lormand, Ryan

1.000 .857 .000 1.000 .969 .931 .976

1 1 1 1 52 14 12

2 3 0 0 92 17 17

3 3 0 1 162 50 23

0 1 2 0 8 5 1

5 7 2 1 262 72 41

1 1 0 0 28 10 3

OUTFIELDERS Bond, Casey Cook, Dan Curry, Caleb Lindsley, Brooks Luster, Jeremiah Mantle, Ryan Peguero, Francisco Wright, Damon

.992 1.000 .975 -1.000 .667 .978 .978

65 16 65 1 11 1 47 34

111 20 113 0 22 1 85 44

6 0 5 0 2 1 4 0

1 0 3 0 0 1 2 1

118 20 121 0 24 3 91 45

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

CATCHERS Ambort, Michael Kline, Trent Monell, Johnny Posey, Buster Zambrano, Eliezer PITCHERS Barnes, Scott Begg, Chris Bowlin, Andrew Brinson, Morgan Bucardo, Wilber Casilla, Jose Edens, Joseph Eifel, Michael Fitzgerald, Justin Hobson, Gib Irving, Brian Jarvis, Jason Kaufman, Shane King, Aaron Loree, Mike Macfarland, Stephen Marte, Kelvin Neitz, Jason Pannell, Jonathan Quirarte, Edwin Reichard, Andrew Ronick, Ari Runzler, Daniel Stolp, Eric Surkamp, Eric Verdugo, Ryan Webb, Trey Wilson, Christopher Yntema, Orlando

PCT. 1.000 .995 .989 .960 1.000 PCT. .000 1.000 1.000 -.810 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 .857 -.667 1.000 .900 1.000 -.875 .500 .909 .875 .857 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 -1.000

G 4 23 30 2 22

PO 38 163 236 22 159 G 2 2 5 3 16 2 24 18 14 3 19 2 16 2 15 6 8 25 16 26 15 16 27 19 5 1 3 1 10

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A 3 21 41 2 12 PO 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 2 3 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 3 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 1

E 0 1 3 1 0 A 0 4 1 0 12 1 2 3 2 3 2 0 4 1 8 0 0 6 1 9 4 12 2 9 3 0 1 0 2

TC 41 185 280 25 171 E 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

DP 0 2 1 0 2 TC 1 4 1 0 21 1 4 5 5 6 7 0 6 1 10 1 0 8 4 11 8 14 4 12 3 1 1 0 3

PB 0 1 9 0 5 DP 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2008 TEAM LEADERS VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Francisco Peguero Games Mike Loberg At Bats Mike Loberg Runs Mike Loberg Hits Mike Loberg Doubles Casey Bond Triples Mike Loberg Home Runs Michael Ambort Runs Batted In Mike Loberg Total Bases Mike Loberg Base on Balls Jose Flores Strikeouts Mike Loberg Hit by Pitch Casey Bond Stolen Bases Casey Bond Caught Stealing Caleb Curry On Base Pct. Jose Flores Slugging Pct. Mike Loberg

.307 74 281 53 82 16 4 9 49 129 40 80 10 15 10 .395 .459

VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins Wilber Bucardo Losses Wilber Bucardo Earned Run Average Mike Loree Games Dan Runzler Games Started Mike Loree Saves Edwin Quirarte Innings Pitched Mike Loree Hits Allowed Wilber Bucardo Runs Allowed Wilber Bucardo Earned Runs Allowed Wilber Bucardo Home Runs Allowed Ari Ronick Strikeouts Mike Loree Base on Balls Ari Ronick, Dan Runzler Hit Batsmen Ari Ronick, J. Pannell Wild Pitches Mike Loree, Brian Irving Balks Four players with Opp. Batting Average Mike Loree

Minimum 205 plate appearances

6 7 2.44 27 15 14 81.0 87 47 34 5 75 21 6 5 1 .211

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2008 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

6 (10 times) 3 (Ambort 7/07, 8/06, 8/08) 5 (Curry 8/05) 3 (Loberg 8/07, Monell 8/14) 1 (21 times) 3 (Ambort 8/08) 6 (Ambort 8/08) 2 (Curry, 6/26; Bond 6/27; Frias 7/10) 13 (Ambort 8/08)

Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

16 (8/06 @ BOI) 16 (8/06 @ BOI) 4 (7/09 @ YAK) 2 (6/24 @ Tri City) 3 (7/20 @ SPO; 8/08 @ BOI) 14 (7/20 @ SPO; 8/06 @ BOI) 14 (6/19 vs. YAK) 9 (8/30 @ EVT) 3 (8/24 @ EUG) 5 (6/26 vs. Tri City) 27 (8/15 vs. SPO)

TEAM PITCHING Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

2 (7/11 @ YAK) 19 (8/27 vs. EUG) 21 (8/27 vs. EUG) 15 (8/27 vs. EUG) 20 (8/20 @ EVT) 11 (8/27 vs. EUG) 3 (7/21 @ SPO) 5 (8/27 vs. EUG) 1 (4 times) 37 (8/27 vs. EUG)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most Innings Pitched

7 (Loree 7/05, 7/11) 8 (Bucardo 7/18, 8/24; Most Hits Allowed Hobson 6/28; Reichard 8/04) Most Runs Allowed 6 (Bucardo 8/03, 8/19) Most Earned Runs Allowed 6 (Hobson 6/28; Bucardo 8/03) Most Strikeouts 7 (Loree 6/30, 7/05, 7/11, 8/02) Most Base on Balls 4 (Yntema 8/27) Most Hit Batters 2 (Pannell 8/27) Most Wild Pitches 2 (Yntema 8/02) Most Balks 1 (4 times) TEAM BATTING

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2008 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:41 3:33 2:15 2:17 4672 6951 2252 1369 4 4 2 4 3 3

@ EVT 8/30 (10 innings) vs. EUG 8/27 @ VAN 8/02 (7 innings) vs. VAN 9/02 vs. Tri City 7/04 @ EUG 7/02 vs. VAN 9/02 @ Tri City 6/23 (7/29-8/02; 8/05-8/08) (7/16-7/19) (6-19-6/20; 7/14-7/15; 7/25-7/26; (7/16-7/19) (7/31-8/02; 8/06-8/08; 8/20-8/22) (6/23-6/25; 7/21-7/23)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2008 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Championship Series

W 6 4 14 40 0 40 6 6 8 7 3 4 6 20 20 8 14 17 1 1

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W 2 4 9 16 0 16 4 2 3 3 1 2 3 9 9 5 7 3 1 0

ROAD L 0 3 4 22 0 22 2 4 3 2 4 3 2 9 11 3 9 8 2 2

W 4 0 5 24 0 22 2 4 5 4 2 2 3 11 11 3 7 14 0 1

L 0 0 6 14 2 14 4 2 1 1 3 3 2 7 9 3 6 5 0 1

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2008 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS EAST Spokane Boise Tri-City Yakima WEST Salem-Keizer Eugene Vancouver Everett

W 51 43 36 28

L 25 33 40 48

PCT. .671 .566 .474 .368

GB --8.0 15.0 23.0

Manager Tim Hulett Tom Beyers Freddie Ocasio Bob Didier

Attendance 188,982 109,082 82,021 72,207

WL 40 40 34 32

PCT. 36 36 42 44

GB .526 .526 .447 .421

Manager ----6.0 8.0

Attendance Tom Trebelhorn Greg Riddoch Rick Magnante Jose Moreno

112,425 130,069 129,073 95,294

*Spokane defeated Salem-Keizer, three games to one, to win Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Eugene Spokane VOLCANOES Tri-City Everett Vancouver Yakima

AVG .282 .270 .266 .263 .255 .247 .234 .219

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2652 2596 2662 2600 2600 2476 2473 2473

R 417 432 436 379 360 343 314 311

H 748 701 709 684 664 612 578 542

2B 189 147 130 130 126 125 131 98

3B 20 12 19 21 30 20 16 24

HR 43 62 49 30 45 41 28 27

RBI 376 373 377 326 320 289 275 245

BB 301 384 286 269 288 295 332 312

SO 573 606 627 564 595 648 616 609

SB 75 68 54 94 77 112 59 111

CS 43 32 32 44 47 56 29 46

L 25 40 36 42 33 36 44 48

ERA 3.46 3.70 4.13 4.18 4.25 4.26 4.45 4.60

CG 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

ShO 2 2 5 4 2 6 2 3

SV 28 16 13 20 23 24 17 17

IP 692.1 679.0 668.1 663.2 678.0 678.1 659.2 665.1

H 591 643 639 654 661 695 668 687

R 331 342 377 369 381 376 407 409

ER 266 279 307 308 320 321 326 340

HR 44 22 46 26 46 43 50 48

BB 309 274 301 309 338 268 333 335

SO 659 619 606 626 602 623 613 490

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Spokane Tri-City Eugene Vancouver Boise VOLCANOES Everett Yakima

W 51 36 40 34 43 40 32 28

TEAM FIELDING TEAM VOLCANOES Boise Yakima Eugene Tri-City Vancouver Spokane Everett

PCT .976 .969 .965 .964 .963 .962 .962 .957

PO 2035 2034 1996 2005 2037 1991 2077 1979

A 818 869 851 790 807 847 776 767

E 71 94 103 104 109 113 114 124

TC 2924 2997 2950 2899 2953 2951 2967 2870

DP 57 76 73 76 60 69 66 49

PB 15 10 26 35 24 23 29 14

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TEAM VOLCANOES Boise Boise Boise Boise Eugene (tie) Spokane

POS OF OF RHP LHP RHRP (tie) MGR MVP

PLAYER Dan Robertson Sawyer Carroll Wilfredo Boscan Kenneth Durst Jose Guzman Tim Hulett Dan Robertson

TEAM Eugene Eugene Spokane Tri-City Vancouver Spokane Eugene

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2008 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Dan Robertson, EUG Charles Blackmon, TRI Ryan Keedy, BOI

.377 .338 .333

RUNS Dan Robertson, EUG MIKE LOBERG, S-K Jared Bolden, SPO Matthew West, SPO

59 53 48 48

TRIPLES Six players tied with

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TOTAL BASES Dan Robertson, EUG Charles Blackmon, T-C MIKE LOBERG, S-K Josh Vitters, BOI

150 135 129 129

STOLEN BASES Tyson Gillies, EVE Nate Tenbrink Dan Robertson, EUG

24 24 20

WINS Wilfredo Boscan, SPO 4 players tied with

9 8

GAMES Jose Guzman, VAN Austin Chambliss, TRI Eddy Fernandez, EVE

30 28 28

SAVES Jose Guzman, VAN EDWIN QUIRARTE, S-K Austin Chambless, TRI

15 14 13

GAMES MIKE LOBERG, S-K JOSE FLORES, S-K Dan Robertson, EUG

74 73 73

HITS Dan Robertson, EUG Charles Blackmon, TRI Josh Vitters, BOI

114 98 54

HOME RUNS Colin Cowgill, YAK MICHAEL AMBORT, S-K SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Andrew Rundle, BOI Sawyer Carroll, EUG Ryan Flaherty, BOI BASE ON BALLS David Cooper, YAK Thomas Field, TRI Dusty Napoleon, VAN

11 9

.563 .548 .511

66 42 41

LOSSES WILBER BUCARDO, S-K Doug Salina, EVE Houston Summers, YAK

7 7 7

GAMES STARTED Ronny Morla, VAN Ten players tied with

16 15

STRIKEOUTS Pedro Figueroa, VAN Ronny Morla, VAN MIKE LOREE, S-K

77 77 75

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Wilfredo Boscan, SPO Hits Allowed Walter Suriel, EVE Runs Allowed Walter Suriel, EVE Earned Runs Allowed Walter Suriel, EVE Home Runs Allowed Walter Suriel, EVE Hit Batters Simon Castro, EUG Wild Pitches Bradley McAtee, TRI

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.900 (9-1) 99 57 53 12 14 15

AT BATS Dan Robertson, EUG Charles Blackmon, TRI MIKE LOBERG, S-K

302 290 281

DOUBLES Josh Vitters, BOI Andrew Rundle, BOI Charles Blackmon, TRI Dan Robertson, EUG

25 22 21 21

RBI MIKE LOBERG, S-K Dan Robertson, EUG David Paisano, SPO

49 45 44

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Dan Robertson, EUG Tyson Gillies, EVE Brendan Duffy, YAK STRIKEOUTS MIKE LOBERG, S-K Andrew Fie, YAK CASEY BOND, S-K Kyler Burke, BOI

.443 .439 .421

80 71 70 70

EARNED RUN AVERAGE MIKE LOREE, S-K ANDREW REICHARD, S-K Jonathan Aristil, TRI

2.44 2.87 2.91

INNINGS PITCHED Parker Fraizer, TRI MIKE LOREE, S-K Ian Harrington, YAK Walter Suriel, EVE

87.0 81.0 78.2 78.2

WALKS Ricardo Taveras, YAK Aaron Brown, EVE Bradley McAtee, TRI Houston Summer, YAK

49 54 45 45

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Luis Nunez, EVE Sacrifice Flies David Thomas, VAN Hit By Pitch Matthew West, SPO Caught Stealing CALEB CURRY, S-K Grounded into DP Alfredo Marte, YAK

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The 2007 Season: National Team of the Year Fueled by an explosive start when they won 17 of their first 20 games, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes rolled through a recordbreaking season and four-game playoff victory over Tri-City on the way to their fourth Northwest League Championship in 10 years. The pennant was the second straight for manager Steve Decker’s Volcanoes (57-19, .750) who posted the best winning percentage in professional baseball for the second consecutive year. For their achievements, Salem-Keizer was named National Minor League Team of the Year by Minor League Baseball, an unprecedented honor for a Short Season team. This was a remarkable season for Decker’s “Blue Collar Boys,” a collection of hard-working overachievers that failed to place a single player on Baseball America’s list of the league’s Top 20 prospects. The Volcanoes had only one regular, catcher Jackson Williams, who was selected in the first 10 rounds of the draft, a far cry from the 2006 title team (55-21) that had 19 of San Francisco’s top 22 draft choices. Salem-Keizer had the league’s only winning record and led the circuit in hitting (.289), pitching (3.40 ERA) and fielding (.974). The Volcanoes set franchise records for runs scored (497; 6.5/game), doubles (178), home runs (57), on-base pct. (.371) and slugging pct. (.443). Salem-Keizer opened the season with a five-game sweep in Boise, never spent a day out of first place and clinched the Western Division title on August 20 with 16 games to play. The Volcanoes won 18 of 20 series and established new league marks for the best record after 20 games, 30 games (25-5), 40 games (32-8), 50 games (40-10) and 60 games (48-12). Salem-Keizer tied the NWL record for victories, originally set by Tri-City in 1966 when the league played an 84-game schedule. The Volcanoes became the first team in league history to finish 38 games over .500 and the team’s winning pct. was the best ever for a championship team. For Decker, named National Short Season Manager of the Year for the second straight season and NWL Manager of the Year for the third consecutive time, this team of competitive, hard-working players was ideally suited for his managerial style. “We had a bunch of overachievers who came to prove a point,” he said. “We weren’t fast and we didn’t have a lot of power, but we had the dirtiest uniforms in the league. I knew the team was special by how hard we worked at 2:30 in the afternoon. That’s when you really see the work ethic and commitment to come and work.” One trait the club shared with the 2006 Volcanoes was the ability to win on the road: both teams were 28-10 away from the “friendly confines” of The Crater and both opened with five straight wins in the East. On Opening Day in Boise, S-K rallied from a 3-0 deficit to win 5-4 when catcher Tyler LaTorre blasted a tie-breaking home run with one out in the 9th. Led by Idaho native Sean VanElderen, who hit .409 with six doubles, and Garrett Baker, who batted .350 with two doubles, two triples, a home run and six RBI’s, the Volcanoes outscored the Hawks 35-14 in sweeping the series. In S-K’s 8-0 victory June 22, T. J. Brewer, a 35th round draft choice from Arkansas State, allowed just three hits in 5 innings in his first start. He’d become an anchor in the rotation and earn a spot on the All-Star team after going 9-1 with a 3.05 ERA. After being shelled 13-5 by Spokane in their home opener, SalemKeizer bounced back to win three of the next four games against the Indians and move to 8-2. Tied for first place with Vancouver, the Volcanoes headed north for a three-game series with the Canadi76

ans. After falling behind 4-0, S-K bounced back to win the opener, 8-7, as All-Star closer Danny Otero notched his fourth save with 1 1/3 innings of perfect relief. After Vancouver took the second game of the series, 7-5, the Volcanoes won the finale, 9-0, behind the two-hit pitching of Wilmin Rodriguez, Andy De La Garza and Tim Egart, who hurled 3 perfect innings for his first save. De La Garza (9-3, 3.57), Egart (3-0, 2.94) and Otero (0-0, 1.21, 19 saves) were part of an outstanding relief corps that emerged as the strength of the team. Steve Edlefsen (2-0, 1.62), Jesse English (5-0, 0.69), Waldis Joaquin (3-0, 2.84), Daryl Maday (5-2, 2.32) and David Mixon (2-0, 2.05) were all reliable relievers that pitching coach Jerry Cram could call on with confidence. Their brilliant work through the first 18 games in July—when Salem-Keizer went 16-2 and opened a five-game lead in the West—was the turning point of the season. From July 1-19, the club’s starting pitchers worked 79 innings, allowed 67 hits, 20 earned runs and posted a collective 2.28 ERA. The bullpen pitched 82 innings, gave up 48 hits and 12 earned runs while compiling an Earned Run Average of 1.32. Over the course of the season, the Volcanoes were never beaten when they led after 6 innings: they were 48-0. By early July, Steve Decker had settled on an everyday lineup but it wasn’t the one he’d expected in early June. San Francisco had six of the first 51 selections in the annual player draft and knew they would harvest a bumper crop of top prospects. However, five of the Giants’ top six picks were high school players and none would play for Salem-Keizer in 2007. The sixth, Jackson Williams (.231, 5, 20), was the league’s best defensive catcher while the other “Top 10” draft choice on the team, Michael Ambort (6th round), played just 20 games (.240, 4, 17) before pain in his elbow ended his season. The rest of the lineup—the Blue Collar Boys—came without glossy credentials, but they did come with something to prove. The Volcanoes infield featured the brilliant fielding Andrew Davis (.278, 5, 46) at third base, 20-year old Sharlon Schoop (.284, 4, 29) at short, versatile Matt Downs (.338, 8, 48) at second and 6-5, 280-pound Chad Rothford (.273, 9, 54) at first. Flanked by Baker (.308, 7, 64) in left and VanElderen (.290, 5, 37) in right, 5-7 Shane Jordan (.300, 4, 28) patrolled the pasture in center. Jordan, a 43rd round draft choice, won the starting spot when Bruce Edwards (.241, 0, 20) was sidelined with a strained oblique muscle on July 1. The other key reserves were clubhouse leader LaTorre (.316, 1, 11), infielder Jose Flores (.286, 2, 12) and outfielder Jeremiah Luster (.243, 1, 6). The Volcanoes returned from Vancouver to host Tri-City, July 2. In the opener, with the score tied 1-1 in the 8th, Downs homered over the left field fence to spark a 4-1 win. A 36th round draft choice who had played third base at Alabama, Matt spent the 2006 season in the Arizona Rookie League and was now learning to play second under the tutelage of infield coach Ricky Ward. He struggled at the plate in June, but it was a different story in July. During the month, Downs hit .336 (38-113) with 16 doubles. He’d top league batters with a .393 average in August, lead the league in runs scored (68), doubles (33) and total bases (154), earn a spot on the All-Star team and share NWL Most Valuable Player honors with batting champion Luis Durango of Eugene. He was the Volcanoes first MVP. On July 3, Salem-Keizer beat Tri-City 7-1 as Jordan and Rothford both hit home runs. In front of 5,178 fans at Volcanoes Stadium 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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on the Fourth of July, Ryan McGrath pitched 6 innings of fourhit, one-run ball and Ambort belted a three-run, tie-breaking homer in the 6th as S-K won 4-1. Downs and Rothford combined for five hits and five runs in the Volcanoes 7-1 win over the Dust Devils July 5; and, in the series’ final game July 6, Salem-Keizer had 17 hits in a wild 11-7 victory that was even in the 6th when Garrett Baker’s two-out, two-run single broke a 7-7 tie. Baker, an undrafted free agent from Dallas Baptist, developed into an exceptional clutch hitter, batting .455 with runners in scoring position and two outs. He’d lead the league in RBI’s and be named to the All-Star team. Downs, who went 4-5 in the final game, hit .550 (11-20) with five doubles as the Volcanoes swept the series. The wins kept coming. Salem-Keizer took two of three games in Everett, three straight against Vancouver and two of three against the AquaSox at The Crater. They won four of five games at TriCity and rolled to four straight wins at home against Yakima, outscoring the Bears 42-20, before dropping the final game 12-2. They were 30-7 and had opened a six-game lead over secondplace Eugene. Yet, there were still concerns, particularly about the inability of the starting pitchers to work 5 or more innings. The starters had pitched 5 innings 11 times in the first 37 games; only twice had a starter gone 6 and during the Yakima series the rotation changed. McGrath and Rodriguez went to the bullpen while Ricky Bauer (4-3, 4.34) and the “piggyback” tandem of Maday and Joaquin (who would alternate starts) joined Brewer, Craig Clark (5-3, 2.98) and Jared Cranston (5-1, 2.77) in the rotation. In the field, Brock Bond (.342, 0, 19) came up from Arizona when Schoop sprained his ankle July 17 and immediately settled in at second base while Davis moved to short and Downs to third. On July 27, the Volcanoes and Emeralds met for the first time in a six-game, home-and-home series that began in Eugene. In the opener, Salem-Keizer managed only two hits and lost 6-1. The following day, the Volcanoes scored five times in the 2nd only to see the Ems rally for three runs to chase Brewer in the 3rd. Jesse English came on, faced 11 batters over 3 innings and struck out nine (including four in one inning) in a dominating relief effort that earned him the win. The game also saw Downs shift to first base as a way to neutralize the speed and bunting skills of Durango. With Schoop returning to short, Matt would become the regular at first and Rothford the primary DH. The series also marked the Volcanoes’ debuts of McMinnville natives Daniel Turpen (9th round) and Joe Paterson (10th) who had helped Oregon State win its second straight College World Series title. With their arrival, English was promoted to San Jose. When Salem-Keizer won three of the last four games against Eugene, their lead over the Ems grew to eight games. After the series, San Diego promoted several of Eugene’s top players, sealing the team’s fate. The Emeralds had gone 25-13 in the first half; they were 9-29 in the second, falling to last place and finishing 23 games behind the Volcanoes. After going 24-5 in July, S-K stayed red-hot in August, splitting their first two games in Spokane before rolling to 11 straight wins against the Indians, Boise and Everett. They outscored the Hawks 41-11 in an impressive five-game sweep at home and got sensational pitching to take all three games in Everett (4-2, 1-0 and 4-0). In the second game against the AquaSox on August 14, Cranston—now the ace of the staff—tied the club record with 12 strikeouts. The Volcanoes won when Bond squeezed home Jordan in the 12th. They were 46-10 and led the division by 16 games. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

The rotation would shuffle again when Clark (8/17) and Maday (8/21) were lost for the season with arm problems. De La Garza gained his 8th win in relief in a 16-5 victory over Vancouver August 18 when Salem-Keizer scored 10 runs in the 5th inning highlighted by Baker’s grand slam HR. The following day, Brewer suffered his only loss as the Canadians became the first team to win a series from the Volcanoes. On August 20 in Yakima, SalemKeizer beat the Bears 5-1 behind Cranston to clinch the title in the West. Over the last three weeks of the season, starters would get more rest, reserves would play more and Decker would not use the same lineup in consecutive games until the Championship Series began. Salem-Keizer was 9-7 over its last 16 games to finish 57-19, becoming just the fifth Short Season Class A team in Minor League Baseball history to win at least 75% of its games. Just before the Championship Series, the Volcanoes added several players from the Arizona League including 1B-DH Andy D’Alessio who went 4-5 with two doubles, a triple, home run and four RBI’s in his S-K debut, a 14-5 win over Eugene. In the final four games of the regular season, D’Alessio hit .556 (10-18) and moved into the lineup as the team’s designated hitter for the playoffs. The Volcanoes didn’t know who their opponent would be until the last night of the regular season when Tri-City (37-39) beat Boise (37-39), 8-1, and claimed the Eastern Division title via a tiebreaker. It was the third time in NWL history a team with losing record had advanced to the title series. Twice before, the team with the losing record had won (Salem in 1982 and Spokane in 2005). The Championship Series began September 6 in Pasco. Steve Decker had set up his rotation so T. J. Brewer and Jared Cranston would start the first two games, Waldis Joaquin would start the third and Oliver Odle, a 22nd round selection who had gone 5-3 in Arizona, would get the call in the fourth. In Game 1, Tri-City scored three times in 4th and escaped a bases loaded, no-out jam in the 9th to win 3-2. Cranston knew exactly what was at stake as he took the mound in Game 2 and delivered 7 shutout innings in which he allowed three hits, struck out 10 and walked one. The Volcanoes broke the game wide open with an eight-run 5th that featured a bases-clearing double by Downs and a grand slam home run by VanElderen. Salem-Keizer won 10-0 and the series moved to Volcanoes Stadium tied 1-1. Joaquin and league strikeout leader Bruce Billings hooked up in a classic pitchers’ duel in Game 3; there was no score after 5. The Volcanoes broke through in the 6th. Jordan walked and advanced to second on Downs’ infield single with one out. Billings gave way to Craig Rodriguez who struck out D’Alessio but gave up a two-out, run-scoring single to Baker. Davis followed with a single that brought home Downs and made it 2-0. Joaquin allowed two hits over 6 innings in his strongest outing of the year. Paterson, Turpen and Otero blanked the Dust Devils over the final three innings in the 2-0 victory. Salem-Keizer won the final game 4-2, scoring single runs in four of the first five innings. Odle allowed a pair of runs in the 5th before turning things over to Edlefsen, who allowed one hit in three shutout innings. Otero, named Minor League Baseball’s National Short Season Relief Pitcher of the Year following the season, worked a scoreless 9th for his second save of the series. The guys with the dirtiest uniforms now had their championship...and a legacy they could cherish for a lifetime. The Blue Collar Boys had made history and they—and their fans—had every reason to celebrate. 77


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2007 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 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 7/31 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 8/17 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 9/5

OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS @ BOI W 5‑4 De La Garza (1‑0) @ BOI W 8‑2 Maday (1‑0) @ BOI W 5‑4 Egart (1‑0) @ BOI W 8‑0 Brewer (1‑0) @ BOI W 9‑4 De La Garza (2‑0) SPO L 5‑13 3263 McGrath (0‑1) SPO W 10‑5 2408 Clark (1‑0) SPO L 2‑4 2928 Rodriguez (0‑1) SPO W 5‑3 2616 Maday (2‑0) SPO W 6‑1 2480 Neitz (1‑0) @ VAN W 8‑7 De La Rosa (1‑0) @ VAN L 5‑7 Clark (1‑1) @ VAN W 9‑0 De La Garza (3‑0) T-C W 4‑1 2686 Maday (3‑0) T-C W 7‑1 2724 Mixon (1‑0) T-C W 4‑1 5178 McGrath (1‑1) T-C W 7‑1 2624 Clark (2‑1) T-C W 11‑7 3621 Bauer (1‑0) @ EVT W 6‑1 Brewer (2‑0) @ EVT W 3‑2 English (1‑0) @ EVT L 1‑5 McGrath (1‑2) VAN W 8‑2 2366 Egart (2‑0) VAN W 12‑4 2620 De La Garza (4‑0) VAN W 9‑2 4091 English (2‑0) EVT L 0‑2 2804 Maday (3‑1) EVT W 2‑0 3308 Edlefsen (1‑0) EVT W 3‑1 2558 Clark (3‑1) @ T-C W 7‑6 English (3‑0) @ T-C W 3‑2 Brewer (3‑0) @ T-C W 7‑1 Cranston (1‑0) @ T-C L 5‑6 McGrath (1‑3) @ T-C W 8‑4 De La Garza (5‑0) YAK W 9‑6 2711 Bauer (2‑0) YAK W 10‑1 2585 Brewer (4‑0) YAK W 9‑4 3008 Mixon (2‑0) YAK W 14‑9 2490 Joaquin (1‑0) YAK L 2‑12 2944 Clark (3‑2) @ EUG L 1‑6 De La Garza (5‑1) @ EUG W 6‑5 English (4‑0) @ EUG W 6‑2 Cranston (2‑0) EUG W 4‑1 3797 Maday (4‑1) EUG W 11‑0 3044 Clark (4‑2) EUG L 7‑11 3199 Bauer (2‑1) @ SPO W 10‑2 Brewer (5‑0) @ SPO L 2‑6 Cranston (2‑1) @ SPO W 5‑2 English (5‑0) @ SPO W 7‑5 De La Garza (6‑1) @ SPO W 14‑4 Bauer (3‑1) BOI W 5‑0 2641 Brewer (6‑0) BOI W 11‑3 2838 De La Garza (7‑1) BOI W 8‑3 4211 Maday (5‑1) BOI W 9‑1 3927 Clark (5‑2) BOI W 8‑5 3806 Edlefsen (2‑0) @ EVT W 4‑2 Brewer (7‑0) @ EVT W 1‑0* Paterson (1‑0) @ EVT W 4‑0 Joaquin (2‑0) VAN L 2‑3 3898 Clark (5‑3) VAN W 16‑5 3350 De La Garza (8‑1) VAN L 2‑4 2657 Brewer (7‑1) @ YAK W 5‑1 Cranston (3‑1) @ YAK L 4‑10 Maday (5‑2) @ YAK L 1‑7 McGrath (1‑4) @ YAK L 2‑5 Bauer (3‑2) @ YAK W 13‑5 Brewer (8‑1) EVT W 5‑3 2785 Cranston (4‑1) EVT W 15‑1 2724 Joaquin (3‑0) EVT L 3‑7 3183 McGrath (1‑5) @ VAN L 2‑7 De La Garza (8‑2) @ VAN W 4‑1 Bauer (4‑2) @ VAN W 5‑0 Brewer (9‑1) EUG W 14‑5 4701 Cranston (5‑1) EUG L 2‑4 2618 De La Garza (8‑3) EUG W 14‑5 3330 Egart (3‑0) @ EUG L 7‑12 Bauer (4‑3) @ EUG W 12‑5 De La Garza (9‑3) @ EUG W 10‑8 Bucardo (1‑0)

Otero (2) Maday (1)

Otero (3) Otero (4) Egart (1) Otero (5) Otero (6)

Otero (7) Bauer (1)

Otero (8) Otero (9) Edlefsen (1) Otero (10) Otero (11) Edlefsen (2)

Otero (12) Otero (13)

Otero (14) Otero (15)

Otero (16) Otero (17) McGrath (1)

Egart (2) Otero (18)

Otero (19)

Corgan (1)

RECORD 1‑0 2‑0 3‑0 4‑0 5‑0 5‑1 6‑1 6‑2 7‑2 8‑2 9‑2 9‑3 10‑3 11‑3 12‑3 13‑3 14‑3 15‑3 16‑3 17‑3 17‑4 18‑4 19‑4 20‑4 20‑5 21‑5 22‑5 23‑5 24‑5 25‑5 25‑6 26‑6 27‑6 28‑6 29‑6 30‑6 30‑7 30‑8 31‑8 32‑8 33‑8 34‑8 34‑9 35‑9 35‑10 36‑10 37‑10 38‑10 39‑10 40‑10 41‑10 42‑10 43‑10 44‑10 45‑10 46‑10 46‑11 47‑11 47‑12 48‑12 48‑13 48‑14 48‑15 49‑15 50‑15 51‑15 51‑16 51‑17 52‑17 53‑17 54‑17 54‑18 55‑18 55‑19 56‑19 57‑19

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9/6 @ T-C L 2‑3 688 9/7 @ T-C W 10‑0 1247 9/8 T-C W 2‑0 1380 9/9 T-C W 4‑2 1442 * Extra Innings (12 innings: 8/14)

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Brewer (0‑1) Cranston (1‑0) Joaquin (1‑0) Odle (1‑0)

Otero (1) Otero (2)

GB PLACE ‑‑‑ T‑1st ‑‑‑ T‑1st +1 1st +1 1st +1 1st ‑‑‑ T‑1st ‑‑‑ T‑1st ‑‑‑ T‑1st ‑‑‑ T‑1st ‑‑‑ T‑1st +1 1st ‑‑‑ T‑1st +1 1st +2 1st +2 1st +2 1st +2 1st +2 1st +3 1st +3 1st +3 1st +3 1st +4 1st +4 1st +3 1st +3 1st +4 1st +5 1st +5 1st +5 1st +5 1st +6 1st +6 1st +6 1st +7 1st +7 1st +6 1st +5 1st +6 1st +7 1st +8 1st +9 1st +8 1st +9 1st +9 1st +9 1st +9 1st +10 1st +11 1st +11 1st +12 1st +13 1st +14 1st +15 1st +15 1st +16 1st +15 1st +16 1st +16 1st +17 1st +17 1st +17 1st +17 1st +18 1st +18.5 1st +18.5 1st +17.5 1st +16.5 1st +17.5 1st +18.5 1st +18.5 1st +17.5 1st +18.5 1st +18.5 1st +19.5 1st +19.5 1st

0‑1 1‑1 2‑1 3‑1

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2007 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Ambort, Michael Baker, Garrett Bond, Brock D’Alessio, Andy Davis, Andrew Downs, Matt Edwards, Bruce Flores, Jose Gunther, Barry Jordan, Shane LaTorre, Tyler Luster, Jeremiah Ray, John Rothford, Chad Schoop, Sharlon VanElderen, Sean Villalona, Angel Williams, Jackson TEAM

AVG .240 .308 .342 .556 .278 .338 .241 .286 .179 .300 .316 .243 .000 .273 .284 .290 .167 .231 .289

G 20 73 42 4 72 73 53 45 13 66 31 43 3 70 58 65 5 42 76

AB 75 266 158 18 270 287 170 98 39 243 95 70 3 256 190 248 12 130 2628

R 12 53 41 8 37 68 30 16 4 53 19 19 0 39 30 47 1 20 497

H 18 82 54 10 75 97 41 28 7 73 30 17 0 70 54 72 2 30 760

2B 3 24 10 4 14 33 3 8 0 12 4 3 0 18 12 27 0 3 178

3B 0 6 2 1 2 0 3 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 5 3 0 0 28

HR 4 7 0 2 5 8 0 2 0 4 1 1 0 9 4 5 0 5 57

RBI 17 64 19 8 46 48 20 12 4 28 11 6 0 54 29 37 1 20 424

BB 6 30 26 2 36 28 34 6 6 35 14 13 0 22 15 16 2 16 305

SO 20 46 21 3 46 34 36 8 10 33 19 14 3 59 35 56 0 27 472

SB 1 10 7 0 5 16 7 4 0 15 1 4 0 0 2 9 1 0 82

CS 1 3 2 0 1 2 3 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 4 4 0 0 25

OBP SLG .301 .440 .393 .523 .453 .430 1.222 1.822 .361 .400 .410 .537 .380 .294 .330 .449 .289 .179 .389 .416 .404 .432 .372 .357 .000 .000 .333 .449 .347 .463 .338 .484 .231 .167 .338 .369 .371 .443

2007 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W- L Bauer, Ricky 4-3 Brewer, T. J. 9-1 Bucardo, Wilber 1-0 Clark, Craig 5-3 Corgan, Chance 0-0 Cranston, Jared 5-1 De La Garza, Andy 9-3 De La Rosa, Carlos 1-0 Edlefsen, Steve 2-0 Egart, Tim 3-0 English, Jesse 5-0 Joaquin, Waldis 3-0 Macfarland, Steve 0-0 Maday, Daryl 5-2 McGrath, Ryan 1-5 Mixon, David 2-0 Neitz, Jason 1-0 Odle, Oliver 0-0 Otero, Danny 0-0 Paterson, Joe 1-0 Paul, Adam 0-0 Rodriguez, Wilmin 0-1 Runzler, Dan 0-0 Rusova, Ivan 0-0 Stolp, Eric 0-0 Turpen, Daniel 0-0 Wilshire, Richard 0-0 TEAM 57-19

ERA 4.34 3.05 3.60 2.98 5.40 2.77 3.57 2.55 1.62 2.94 0.69 2.84 18.00 2.32 5.85 2.05 7.43 7.36 1.21 5.59 4.50 5.49 9.00 6.75 10.12 1.86 0.00 3.40

G 15 14 1 12 2 13 18 15 18 20 10 15 4 14 16 17 9 1 22 9 6 15 1 3 3 10 2 76

GS 9 14 1 12 1 13 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 3 9 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 76

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CG 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

SV 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27

IP 58 65 5 54 5 55 40 18 33 34 26 38 4 43 48 26 13 4 22 10 6 39 1 4 3 19 3 677

H 65 67 7 46 9 42 41 14 14 32 14 24 5 41 51 28 23 5 12 15 6 42 2 4 4 15 2 630

R 33 22 3 20 3 17 16 6 8 12 2 13 8 12 37 10 12 3 3 6 3 29 1 3 3 6 0 291

ER 28 22 2 18 3 17 16 5 6 11 2 12 8 11 31 6 11 3 3 6 3 24 1 3 3 4 0 256

HR 7 5 0 5 1 3 5 2 0 3 0 2 1 4 9 2 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 1 0 1 0 58

HB 3 4 0 4 0 3 3 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 5 1 2 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 2 2 0 50

BB 14 16 1 23 1 16 10 8 16 7 5 16 5 10 17 15 4 2 0 2 4 23 2 8 2 7 2 236

SO 30 52 3 55 7 72 35 13 26 44 46 30 2 28 38 25 12 2 15 13 6 47 1 3 4 18 2 629

WP 3 6 0 2 1 3 1 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 6 3 1 1 1 1 2 4 0 0 1 3 0 49

BK 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4

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2007 VOLCANOES FIELDING FIRST BASEMEN Ambort, Michael D’Allessio, Andy Downs, Matt Rothford, Chad VanElderen, Sean

PCT. 1.000 1.000 .997 .992 1.000

G 5 1 45 44 1

PO 49 5 308 342 2

A 0 1 24 26 0

E 0 0 1 3 0

TC 49 6 333 371 2

DP 0 2 24 35 0

SECOND BASEMEN Bond, Brock Downs, Matt Flores, Jose

.960 .952 .932

40 30 23

65 46 19

129 74 22

8 6 3

202 126 44

25 22 3

THIRD BASEMEN Davis, Andrew Downs, Matt Flores, Jose Luster, Jeremiah Villalona, Angel

.967 .966 1.000 .000 1.000

66 14 2 1 2

52 2 1 0 3

150 26 2 0 3

7 1 0 0 0

209 29 3 0 6

12 0 0 0 0

SHORTSTOPS Davis, Andrew Flores, Jose Schoop, Sharlon

.973 .934 .967

10 18 58

11 23 95

25 34 171

1 4 9

37 61 275

5 7 38

OUTFIELDERS Baker, Garrett Edwards, Bruce Flores, Jose Jordan, Shane Luster, Jeremiah VanElderen, Sean

.984 .956 1.000 .981 1.000 .982

52 46 1 61 28 63

59 65 1 100 30 102

2 0 0 4 0 6

1 3 0 2 0 2

62 68 1 106 30 110

0 0 0 1 0 3

CATCHERS Ambort, Michael Gunther, Barry LaTorre, Tyler Ray, John Williams, Jackson PITCHERS Bauer, Ricky Brewer, T. J. Bucardo, Wilber Clark, Craig Corgan, Chance Cranston, Jared De La Garza, Andy De La Rosa, Carlos Edlefsen, Steve Egart, Tim English, Jesse Joaquin, Waldis Macfarland, Steve Maday, Daryl McGrath, Ryan Mixon, David Neitz, Jason Odle, Oliver Otero, Danny Paterson, Joe Paul, Adam Rodriguez, Wilmin Runzler, Dan Rusova, Ivan Stolp, Eric Turpen, Daniel Wilshire, Richard

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PCT. 1.000 .982 .986 1.000 .980 PCT. .923 .800 1.000 .929 1.000 1.000 .900 .667 .875 .857 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 .714 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000

G 2 13 28 3 42

PO 16 97 188 5 312 G 15 14 1 12 2 13 18 15 18 20 10 15 4 14 16 17 9 1 22 9 6 15 1 3 3 10 2

A 2 10 16 0 38 PO 1 3 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 7 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

E 0 2 3 0 7 A 11 5 4 12 3 9 7 1 5 4 4 5 0 4 7 6 1 1 4 1 1 4 0 0 0 4 0

TC 18 109 207 5 357 E 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

DP 0 0 0 0 3 TC 13 10 4 14 3 10 10 3 8 7 6 6 1 11 14 7 2 1 6 1 1 6 0 1 0 6 0

PB 0 0 2 0 8 DP 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

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2007 TEAM LEADERS 2007 VOLCANOES BATTING LEADERS Batting Average Matt Downs Games Garrett Baker, Matt Downs At Bats Matt Downs Runs Matt Downs Hits Matt Downs Doubles Matt Downs Triples Garrett Baker Home Runs Chad Rothford Runs Batted In Garrett Baker Total Bases Matt Downs Base on Balls Andrew Davis Strikeouts Chad Rothford Hit by Pitch Garrett Baker Stolen Bases Matt Downs Caught Stealing S. Schoop, S. VanElderen On Base Pct. Matt Downs Slugging Pct. Matt Downs

.338 73 287 68 97 33 6 9 64 154 36 59 11 16 4 .410 .537

2007 VOLCANOES PITCHING LEADERS Wins T. J. Brewer, A. De La Garza Losses Ryan McGrath Earned Run Average T. J. Brewer Games Danny Otero Games Started T. J. Brewer Saves Danny Otero Innings Pitched T. J. Brewer Hits Allowed T. J. Brewer Runs Allowed Ryan McGrath Earned Runs Allowed Ryan McGrath Home Runs Allowed Ryan McGrath Strikeouts Jared Cranston Base on Balls C. Clark, W. Rodriguez Hit Batsmen Ryan McGrath Wild Pitches T. J. Brewer, R. McGrath Balks Ricky Bauer Opp. Batting Average T. J. Brewer

Minimum 205 plate appearances

9 5 3.05 22 14 19 65 67 37 31 9 72 23 5 6 2 .265

Minimum 61 innings pitched

2007 SINGLE GAME LEADERS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Most At Bats Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Stolen Bases Most Total Bases

6 (Jordan 8/7; Davis 8/14, 12 innings; VanElderen 8/24) 4 (LaTorre 8/31, D’Alessio 9/2) 4 (10 times) 3 (Downs 7/6, 8/13; Flores 8/24) 1 (28 times) 1 (57 times) 5 (Flores 8/7) 2 (Flores 8/5; Jordan 8/6; Downs 8/21, 8/25) 11 (D’Alessio 9/2)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING 6 (McGrath 7/4; Clark 7/16; Brewer Most Innings Pitched 8/8; Cranston 8/14, 8/25) Most Hits Allowed 9 (Cranston 8/31, Bauer 9/3) Most Runs Allowed 7 (Bauer 9/3) Most Earned Runs Allowed 6 (Neitz 7/26) Most Strikeouts 12 (Cranston 8/14) Most Base on Balls 5 (Clark 8/6, Joaquin 9/1) Most Hit Batters 2 (7 times) 2 (Paul 6/21, Turpen 8/19, Most Wild Pitches McGrath 8/27) 1 (Bauer 6/21, 9/4; McGrath 6/29, Most Balks Rusova 8/18)

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TEAM BATTING Most Runs Most Hits Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

TEAM PITCHING Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Most Runs Most Earned Runs Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit Batters Most Wild Pitches Most Balks Most Left on Base

16 (vs. VAN 8/18) 19 (vs. EUG 8/31) 8 (@ YAK 8/24) 3 (vs. EUG 9/2) 4 (vs. VAN 7/11) 14 (vs. VAN 8/18, vs. EUG 8/31) 14 (vs. EUG 8/2) 12 (@ EUG 9/4) 4 (@ EVT 7/8, vs. EUG 9/2) 6 (@ SPO 8/6) 13 (@ EUG 7/29, vs. BOI 8/8)

2 (@ VAN 7/1) 17 (vs. EUG 8/2) 13 (vs. SPO 6/24) 12 (vs. YAK 7/26) 19 (vs. EVT 8/14) 9 (vs. EUG 9/1) 3 (vs. YAK 26, @ EUG 7/27, @ EVT 8/14) 3 (@ VAN 6/29, vs. VAN 8/19, vs. EUG 9/1) 1 (4 times) 13 (vs. EUG 9/2, @ EUG 9/5)

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VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2007 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:35 3:35 1:59 1:59 5,178 7,316 2,366 1,367 11 3 10 1 7 3

@ VAN 6/30 @ VAN 6/30 vs. EVT 7/15 vs. EVT 7/15 vs. T-C 7/4 @ SPO 8/4 vs. VAN 7/11 @ YAK 8/23 (8/5-8/15) (8/21-8/23) (6/27-7/13) 9 times (8/5-8/20) (8/21-8/23)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2007 TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Championship Series

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W 8 1 8 7 7 5 9 21 43 57 5 52 8 9 8 10 7 9 6 25 32 9 24 21 3 9 7 8 11 7 8 7 3

HOME L 1 0 2 5 1 4 3 4 12 19 1 18 4 3 4 0 3 1 4 11 8 3 5 9 2 2 3 3 1 3 3 4 1

W 3 0 0 4 5 1 6 13 21 29 0 29 4 4 4 5 3 5 4 12 17 3 15 10 1 5 4 3 6 4 4 3 2

ROAD L 1 0 1 4 0 2 0 2 4 9 0 9 2 2 2 0 2 0 1 6 3 2 2 4 1 2 1 1 0 2 1 2 0

W 5 1 8 3 2 4 3 8 22 28 5 23 4 5 4 5 4 4 2 13 15 6 9 11 2 4 3 5 5 3 4 4 1

L 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 2 8 10 1 9 2 1 2 0 1 1 3 5 5 1 3 5 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 1

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2007 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST SALEM-KEIZER Vancouver Everett Eugene

W 57 37 35 34

L 19 38 41 42

PCT. .750 .493 .461 .447

GB --19.5 22 23

Manager Steve Decker Rick Magnante Mike Tosar Greg Riddoch

Attendance 118,722 126,491 106,683 134,949

EAST Tri-City* Boise Spokane Yakima

37 37 33 33

39 39 42 43

.487 .487 .440 .434

----3.5 4

Freddie Ocasio Tom Beyers Tim Hulett Mike Bell

75,308 102,878 192,021 70,117

*Salem-Keizer defeated Tri-City, three games to one, to win Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM VOLCANOES Eugene Yakima Boise Tri-City Everett Vancouver Spokane

AVG .289 .272 .264 .262 .254 .243 .243 .241

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 75 75

AB 2628 2629 2603 2542 2559 2535 2471 2511

R 497 423 385 426 378 304 378 320

H 760 714 687 667 651 617 600 604

2B 178 130 128 147 135 129 136 115

3B 28 25 22 27 23 12 18 19

HR 57 52 40 51 46 51 43 48

RBI 424 373 325 385 346 261 334 284

BB 305 335 246 316 256 219 363 233

SO 472 652 577 587 575 791 743 583

SB 82 71 74 77 97 94 76 47

CS 25 31 31 33 48 45 39

L 19 42 41 39 39 38 42 43

ERA 3.40 3.93 4.18 4.33 4.55 4.57 4.72 4.76

CG 76 75 76 76 76 75 76 76

ShO 8 2 2 4 2 3 1 3

SV 27 19 20 21 16 19 16 16

IP 677.0 662.0 674.0 673.2 660.1 653.1 667.2 660.0

H 630 613 642 691 670 674 666 714

R 291 375 375 379 426 405 418 442

ER 256 289 313 324 334 332 350 349

HR 58 44 42 47 60 46 46 45

BB 236 272 328 209 335 289 300 304

SO 629 680 630 643 588 557 670

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TEAM PITCHING TEAM VOLCANOES Spokane Everett Tri-City Boise Vancouver Eugene Yakima

W 57 33 35 37 37 37 34 33

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TEAM FIELDING TEAM VOLCANOES Tri-City Everett Eugene Spokane Boise Vancouver Yakima

PCT .974 .970 .968 .964 .962 .962 .961 .957

PO 2031 2021 2022 2003 1986 1981 1960 1979

A 868 754 796 754 755 810 860 806

E 78 86 94 102 107 109 115 126

TC 2977 2861 2912 2859 2848 2900 2935 2911

DP 73 61 62 53 53 69 74 57

PB 10 10 13 16 26 18 13

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NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF DH

PLAYER Jonathan Greene Danny Hamblin Matt Downs Clayton Conner Mark Hallberg Luis Durango Gregory Halman Jonathan Wyatt Garrett Baker

TEAM Spokane Vancouver VOLCANOES Yakima Yakima Eugene Everett Boise VOLCANOES

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PLAYER T.J. Brewer Edward Paredes Danny Otero Ryan Falcon Steve Decker Greg Riddoch Matt Downs Luis Durango

TEAM VOLCANOES Everett VOLCANOES Spokane VOLCANOES Eugene VOLCANOES Eugene

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2007 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Luis Durango, EUG MATT DOWNS, S-K Ty Wright, BOI RUNS MATT DOWNS, S-K Jonathan Wyatt, BOI Luis Durango, EUG TRIPLES Luis Durango, EUG Tony Thomas, BOI GARRETT BAKER, S-K Evan Frey, YAK

.367 .338 .317

68 61 60 8 8 6 6

TOTAL BASES MATT DOWNS, S-K Darin Holcomb, T-C Gregory Halman, EVT

154 145 142

STOLEN BASES Mike Mitchell, T-C Tony Thomas, BOI Michael Richard, VAN

32 28 25

GAMES Darin Holcomb, T-C GARRETT BAKER, S-K MATT DOWNS, S-K Helder Velazquez, T-C HITS Luis Durango, EUG MATT DOWNS, S-K Darin Holcomb, T-C

74 73 73 73 110 97 84

HOME RUNS Ian Gac, SPO Gregory Halman, EVT Darin Holcomb, T-C

17 16 12

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Gregory Halman, EVT Corey Brown, VAN Tony Thomas, BOI BASE ON BALLS Danny Payne, EUG J. D. Pruitt, VAN Two Players tied with

.597 .545 .544 53 50 42

AT BATS Helder Velazquez, T-C Luis Durango, EUG MATT DOWNS, S-K

317 300 287

DOUBLES MATT DOWNS, S-K SEAN VanELDEREN, S-K GARRETT BAKER, S-K

33 27 24

RBI GARRETT BAKER, S-K Danny Hamblin, VAN CHAD ROTHFORD, S-K

64 62 54

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Josh Donaldson, BOI J. D. Pruitt, VAN Danny Payne, EUG STRIKEOUTS Danny Hamlin, VAN Gregory Halman, EVT Ian Gac, SPO

.470 .460 .444 93 85 80

PITCHING LEADERS WINS T. J. BREWER, S-K ANDY DE LA GARZA, S-K Scott Hodsdon, VAN Edward Paredes, EVT

9 9 7 7

GAMES Riquy Pena, T-C Colt Hynes, EUG Five Players tied at

31 30 26

SAVES DANNY OTERO, S-K Riquy Pena, T-C Leo Espinal, VAN

19 16 12

LOSSES Doug Salinas, EVT Four Players tied with

8 7

GAMES STARTED Eight Players tied with

15

STRIKEOUTS Bruce Billings, T-C Derek Holland, SPO Two Players tied with

89 83 74

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage T. J. BREWER, S-K Hits Allowed (tie) Dan Fournier, YAK Doug Salinas, EVT Runs Allowed Bryant Thompson, YAK Earned Runs Allowed Bryant Thompson, YAK Home Runs Allowed Leo Martinez, VAN Hit Batters Bryant Thompson, YAK Wild Pitches Robinson Fabian, T-C

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.900 (9-1) 89 89 58 49 10 22 15

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Josh Collmenter, YAK Bruce Billings, T-C T. J. BREWER, S-K

2.71 2.97 3.05

INNINGS PITCHED Edward Paredes, EVT Daniel Fournier, YAK Bruce Billings, T-C

85.2 81.2 78.2

WALKS Edward Paredes, EVT John Hussey, EUG Juan Ramirez, EVT

48 44 43

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits (tie) Mike Mitchell, T-C Michael Richard, VAN Sacrifice Flies (tie) GARRET BAKER, S-K Marquez Smith, BOI Hit By Pitch J. D. Pruitt, VAN Caught Stealing Mike Mitchell, T-C Grounded into DP Helder Velazquez, T-C

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Riding the crest of a sensational stretch in August when they won 22 of 23 games, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes capped a record-setting 10th anniversary season by defeating the Boise Hawks, three games to one, to win the 2006 Northwest League Championship and claim their third title in nine years. Manager Steve Decker’s Volcanoes (55-21) were the first NWL team in 40 years to win more than 54 games, had the highest fielding percentage in league history (.9770), finished with the circuit’s lowest Earned Run Average (2.95) since 1990 and never lost more than two games in a row. A smart, efficient team built on pitching, defense, speed and timely hitting, Salem-Keizer was 44-1 when opponents scored less than four runs. The team’s .724 winning percentage was the best in professional baseball and earned the Volcanoes national honors as Short Season Team of the Year.

two games and move to 9-1. In the series’ final game, Bocock and Bobby Felmy each had three hits while Thompson went 4-5. After taking two of three from Everett, S-K split six games with Eugene. On July 4, a record crowd of 5,628 filled the Stadium for a 7-4 loss to the Ems. Thompson and Whitaker completed their injury rehab assignments after the Eugene series and the Volcanoes (145) took a one-game lead over Vancouver into their first meeting with the Canadians. The rotation now featured Hobson, Odom, Cowart, Pucetas and Snyder, and the team had added four players from the College World Series: outfielders Felmy from Georgia and Tyler Graham from national champion Oregon State, and Cal State Fullerton teammates Pill and Ryan Paul. Paul would join a deep bullpen anchored by closer Juan Trinidad who already had five saves and would lead the league with 16.

The season could not have started any better. Salem-Keizer opened on the road in Spokane and swept the five-game series, marking the first time in franchise history the Volcanoes had swept an Eastern Division team away from home. In the first game, designated hitter Adam Witter smashed two home runs and a double to lead S-K to a 10-3 victory. After winning the next two games, the Volcanoes took the fourth, 7-1, behind the combined three-hit pitching of Adam Cowart, Jesse English and Steven Calicutt. Cowart checked Spokane on one hit over 5 innings to gain the win. He would not allow an earned run in his first four starts and finish the season with a 10-1 record and 1.08 ERA. In the series’ final game, Mike McBryde, a gifted center fielder with exceptional speed and a great arm, snapped a 4-4 tie in the 7th with a two-out, grand slam home run to lift the Volcanoes to an 8-7 win. With the best start in franchise history, the Volcanoes headed home to host Boise.

Steve Decker wondered how his team would adjust to the absence of Thompson who was hitting .386 and had 17 RBI’s in 19 games. Will frequently had delivered the big hit or advanced a runner, reinforcing Decker’s emphasis on situational hitting. That focus, a part of daily drills, paid enormous dividends for the Volcanoes. In 2005, S-K had a franchise record 786 hits, drew 238 walks (1,024 base runners) and scored 397 runs. In 2006, the Volcanoes had 683 hits and 259 walks (942 base runners). Yet with 82 fewer runners, Salem-Keizer scored 15 more runs (412) than in 2005. The team’s Run Scoring Efficiency (43.7%) was the second best in franchise history.

Decker and his coaches, Jerry Cram and Ricky Ward, were very pleased with their team’s start and excited about their potential. Clearly, the club had talent; by the end of the season, 19 of the Giants’ top 22 draft choices would play for the Volcanoes. In addition, the team benefited from the presence of five returning veterans: first baseman Will Thompson, who hit .384 in 2005 to win the NWL batting title, versatile infielder Chris Todd, catcher Henry Gutierrez and pitchers Craig Whitaker and John Odom. Thompson, returning to S-K on an injury rehabilitation assignment, was a stabilizing force in the lineup. Against Spokane, he went 9-16 (.562) and drew seven walks. On June 24, an Opening Day crowd of 4,156 at The Crater saw Whitaker stop Boise on two hits over 5 innings in a 5-1 win as Ben Snyder and Buster Lussier added 4 innings of one-hit relief. The following night, Salem-Keizer won its seventh straight as shortstop Emmanuel Burriss scored four runs and Thompson and Gutierrez each had three hits and two RBI’s in an 8-4 victory. Gib Hobson earned the win with 5 innings of two-hit pitching. Burriss had started slowly (3 for 20 in Spokane) but quickly showed why he was the Giants’ second selection in the draft. He’d lead the Volcanoes in batting (.307), runs (50) and hits (78) and top the NWL in steals with 35. Burriss was the anchor of a very good infield that included Ryan Rohlinger at third, Brad Boyer and Brian Bocock at second with Thompson—and later Brett Pill—at first. Rohlinger, Boyer and Pill would all lead the league in fielding. Salem-Keizer suffered its first defeat to Boise, June 26, but the Volcanoes bounced back behind Cowart (6 innings of one-hit pitching) and Kevin Pucetas (5 shutout innings) to win the last 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

After losing two of three in Vancouver, the Volcanoes (15-7) fell into a first place tie with the Canadians. In the series’ second game, Snyder made his first start, threw 5 innings of two-hit ball and combined with Jared Cranston and poised, 18-year old Clayton Tanner for a five-hit, 9-0 shutout. Through the middle of July, the Volcanoes won three of five games against Tri-City and three of five in Yakima. Cowart gave up his first earned run of the season against the Dust Devils, July 13, picking up his fourth win with 6 innings of five-hit pitching. Burriss went 4-5 and stole three bases, Witter had three hits including his fourth HR and Pill drove in four runs in the 10-1 victory. In the next game, Pucetas threw 6 shutout innings and allowed one hit as the Volcanoes won, 5-2. Felmy had three hits, a home run and drove in the winning run in the ninth to win a 4-3 thriller July 15. In Yakima, Cowart gained his fifth win allowing three hits and one run in 7 innings and Pucetas threw 6 shutout frames to extend his scoreless innings streak to 19 in a 3-0 victory. Back home against Everett, Odom (3-0, 1.10 in July) and Cowart (4-0, 0.55 during the month) had strong outings in backto-back wins; but, in an 11-1 setback July 24, Gutierrez—hitting .380—was lost for the summer with a broken bone in his wrist. While the Volcanoes never spent a day out of first place, they were unable to open a significant lead. From July 3-24, their margin was never more than two games; and, after winning two of three from Vancouver, their lead was back at two. Midway through the season, Salem-Keizer was 25-13. The second half began in Boise where they’d face the hottest team in the league. The Hawks (23-15) had gone 21-6 after a 2-9 start. S-K would win four of the five games. The series opener was tied until Witter belted a two-run homer in the 9th to win the game, 5-3. On July 31, San Francisco’s first round draft choice, Tim Lincecum, had the green light to pitch 3 innings in his second start and was impressive, allowing one hit and striking out seven. Meanwhile, 85


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Mark Pawelek blanked the Volcanoes on one hit through 5. S-K scored the game’s only run in the 6th as Hobson held the Hawks to one hit over the final 6 innings in the 1-0 victory. Lincecum was promoted to San Jose the following day. After winning 10 of 12 games in June, Salem-Keizer was 19-11 in July. Beyond the record, however, Decker had concerns about his team’s performance at the plate; during the month, the Volcanoes hit .249. From July 16-29, S-K failed to get as many as 10 hits in 14 consecutive games and only four players hit better than .300 in July: Gutierrez (.340), Thomas Neal (.316), Witter (.309) and Burriss (.309 with 19 steals). After losing the final game in Boise, Salem-Keizer (29-14) returned home to meet Yakima. The Bears won three of five including a pair of stunning comebacks. On August 5, S-K built a 7-1 lead but lost, 11-7, when Yakima scored four in the 7th and six in the 9th. The next day the Volcanoes lost a three-run lead in the 7th as the Bears rallied to win, 9-5. Decker had delivered a fiery post-game speech on the 5th but said nothing to his club after the loss on the 6th. Brian Bocock remembered, “He didn’t need to say anything after that game. He’d said everything the night before and we knew exactly how he felt. We appreciated the fact that he treated us like men; we knew what had to be done.” On August 7, Yakima led 4-2 after five innings. In the 6th, Matt Weston’s pinch hit, two-run homer tied the score. In the 8th, singles by Weston and Burriss sparked a two-run rally and the Volcanoes won, 6-4. The dramatic victory would begin a remarkable run where Salem-Keizer would win 22 of 23 games. With Neal and Felmy sidelined with injuries, Weston and Graham moved into the starting lineup and thrived. Over 11 games from August 5-15, Weston hit .500 (20-40) with seven doubles, two home runs and 12 RBI’s. Graham hit .400 and Boyer .308 during 10-game stretches. Witter, now catching regularly with Gutierrez out, hit .304 in August with 10 homers and 32 RBI’s, both the top marks in the league. When a tender arm shut down Hobson (3-3, 2.94) for the season, Calicutt moved into the rotation and went 2-0, 1.33 for the month. In the bullpen, Paul Oseguera emerged as one of the league’s top relievers. July had been a nightmare—an 0-1 record and a 10.38 ERA—but in August he’d allow just five hits in 15 2/3 innings, strike out 18 and walk three. He was 2-0 and his ERA for the month was the best in the league: 0.00. No team in Northwest League history had won 22 of 23 games and the Volcanoes level of play during this period was exceptional. Beginning August 7, Salem-Keizer won 10 consecutive games, lost one and then took 12 in a row. Over this span, the Volcanoes outscored the opposition 158-55. Only one opponent scored more than four runs; only one had more than nine hits. After winning three straight in Everett, S-K returned home to face Spokane and won all five games including back-to-back shutouts August 12-13. On August 14, Rohlinger hit two home runs including a dramatic three-run shot in the 7th that gave Salem-Keizer a 6-4 victory. The next day, they rallied from a five-run deficit to win the final game, 10-9. In the Tri-Cities, the Volcanoes set a franchise record with their tenth straight victory, but the streak ended the next day when T-C’s Josh Sullivan held S-K to two hits over 7 innings in a 3-1 win. The Volcanoes bounced right back and won the last three games of the series. With a record of 43-18, Salem-Keizer returned home for six games with Everett and Vancouver. Felmy kept the winning streak alive twice during the series. He hit a two-out, two-run double in the 9th in a 4-3 win over Everett, August 24, and a 13th inning 86

home run that beat the Canadians, 5-4, August 27. In Vancouver, Witter became the first S-K player to hit for the cycle August 29, setting a franchise record with seven RBI’s in a 19-3 rout as Cowart won his 10th game. They tied a franchise record with their 51st win August 30 and broke it the following day with their 12th consecutive victory as Pucetas (4-0 with a 0.87 ERA in August) and Oseguera combined on a brilliant one-hit, 6-1 victory. During August, Weston (.375) and Burriss (.346) ranked third and fourth in the league in hitting while Trinidad—like Oseguera—did not allow an earned run during the month and posted his 16th save on the 31st. When the NWL All-Star team was announced, it included Burriss, Cowart, Trinidad and Decker, named Manager of the Year for the second straight season. On September 6, SalemKeizer beat Eugene, 4-3, to finish the season with a 55-21 record and the most wins by any Northwest League team in 40 years. The Championship Series began in a surrealistic environment in Boise on September 7. Fires covering nearly 300,000 acres in Eastern Washington and Idaho had left the city under a blanket of smoke that had curtailed all outdoor school activities the previous day. Calicutt started for the Volcanoes; Mark Pawelek took the hill for the Hawks and didn’t allow a hit until Boyer’s two-out single in the 5th. Boise got a run in the 1st and two more in the 4th on their way to a 5-1 victory. Cowart started Game 2 for S-K and pitched a brilliant three-hit complete game shutout, winning 5-0. The Volcanoes did all their scoring in the first five frames getting a two-run double from Rohlinger in the 1st and a two-run homer from Felmy in the 5th. The series moved to Volcanoes Stadium tied, 1-1. Runs were at a premium in Game 3; both teams received great relief pitching. Tied 1-1 in the 5th, Oseguera threw 3 1/3 hitless innings for S-K, striking out seven of the 10 batters he faced, but the Volcanoes had no answers against Jason Ruhlman who shut them out on three hits over 4 1/3 innings. In the 11th, after Trinidad set the Hawks down in order, reserve catcher Nestor Rojas— just up from Arizona—singled and went to 3rd on Boyer’s two-out double. With McBryde at bat, Rocky Roquet threw a wild pitch that brought Rojas home and gave the Volcanoes a 2-1 win. Pucetas drew the nod for Game 4 against Boise’s Jake Renshaw. Burriss singled and scored on Witter’s single in the 1st. Pill hit a laser over the wall in the 2nd and Salem-Keizer scored two more in the 3rd on a walk to Rohlinger, Witter’s RBI double, a passed ball and an RBI single by Weston. The Volcanoes added two runs in the 4th to take a commanding 6-0 lead. In the 8th, Boise used an error, a walk and four singles to make it 6-3 and bring tying run to the plate with two outs. A single by Josh Lansford made it 6-4 and brought up Steve Clevenger to face Adam Paul. Clevenger smashed a drive to deep left-center field. Running at full speed with the crack of the bat, McBryde made a desperate, headlong dive and backhanded the ball in midair before crashing to the ground, still with the ball in his glove, to end the inning. When Trinidad closed the door on the Hawks in 9th, the Volcanoes were Northwest League Champions. The national honors started coming in the fall. Minor League Baseball and Baseball America both named Salem-Keizer the national Short Season Team of the Year. Minor League Baseball selected Cowart as the Outstanding Starting Pitcher and Witter was honored for the best Single-Game Performance, the game in which he hit for the cycle. Cowart, Witter and Decker were all named to the national Short Season All-Star Team. They were honors richly deserved after their historic, record-breaking season—the best in Northwest League history. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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2006 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/10 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 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 8/3 8/4 8/5 8/6 8/7 8/8 8/9 8/10 8/11 8/12 8/13 8/14 8/15 8/17 8/18 8/19 8/20 8/21 8/22 8/23 8/24 8/25 8/26 8/27 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/4 9/5 9/6

OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS @ SPO W 10‑3 Pichardo (1‑0) @ SPO W 8‑5 English (1‑0) @ SPO W 6‑5 Odom (1‑0) @ SPO W 7‑1 Cowart (1‑0) @ SPO W 9‑7 Pichardo (2‑0) BOI W 5‑1 4156 Whitaker (1‑0) BOI W 8‑4 2787 Hobson (1‑0) BOI L 0‑5 2526 Odom (1‑1) BOI W 6‑1 2646 Cowart (2‑0) BOI W 8‑4 2796 Pucetas (1‑0) @ EVT W 3‑1 Whitaker (2‑0) @ EVT L 1‑5 Hobson (1‑1) @ EVT W 7‑1 Odom (2‑1) @ EUG W 5‑3 Cowart (3‑0) @ EUG L 10‑12 Oseguera (0‑1) EUG L 4‑7 5628 Whitaker (2‑1) EUG W 5‑2 2338 Lussier (1‑0) EUG W 4‑3 2671 Odom (3‑1) @ EUG L 3‑4* Paul, A. (0‑1) @ VAN L 3‑4 Lussier (1‑1) @ VAN W 9‑0 Snyder (1‑0) @ VAN L 3‑5 Hobson (1‑2) T-C L 4‑5* 2878 Calicutt (0‑1) T-C W 10‑1 2642 Cowart (4‑0) T-C W 5‑2 4183 Lussier (2‑1) T-C W 4‑3 2721 Cranston (1‑0) T-C L 4‑5 2714 Stolp (0‑1) @ YAK W 7‑2 English (2‑0) @ YAK W 3‑1 Cowart (5‑0) @ YAK W 3‑0 Pucetas (2‑0) @ YAK L 1‑4 Snyder (1‑1) @ YAK L 6‑7 Trinidad (0‑1) EVT W 6‑1 2668 Odom (4‑1) EVT W 3‑1 2628 Cowart (6‑0) EVT L 1‑11 2455 Pucetas (2‑1) VAN W 4‑3 2701 Paul, R. (1‑0) VAN L 3‑4 4374 Hobson (1‑3) VAN W 5‑2 2266 Tanner (1‑0) @ BOI W 5‑3 Paul, A. (1‑1) @ BOI W 7‑5 Calicutt (1‑1) @ BOI W 7‑1 Snyder (2‑1) @ BOI W 1‑0 Hobson (2‑3) @ BOI L 2‑11 Odom (4‑2) YAK L 2‑4 2958 Tanner (1‑1) YAK W 3‑2 4285 Calicutt (2‑1) YAK L 7‑11 2989 Paul, R. (1‑1) YAK L 5‑9 2585 Tanner (1‑1) YAK W 6‑4 2717 Lussier (3‑1) @ EVT W 9‑0 Cowart (7‑0) @ EVT W 8‑2 Pucetas (3‑1) @ EVT W 13‑4 Snyder (3‑1) SPO W 6‑1 4071 Hobson (3‑3) SPO W 8‑0 3785 Odom (5‑2) SPO W 2‑0 3668 Cowart (8‑0) SPO W 6‑4 2575 Cranston (2‑0) SPO W 10‑9 2995 Lussier (4‑1) @ T-C W 7‑1 Tanner (2‑1) @ T-C L 1‑3 Paul, A. (1‑2) @ T-C W 8‑4 Cowart (9‑0) @ T-C W 5‑0 Pucetas (4‑1) @ T-C W 4‑3* Trinidad (1‑1 EVT W 8‑4 2934 Calicutt (3‑1) EVT W 3‑1 2628 Oseguera (1‑1) EVT W 4‑3 2607 Trinidad (2‑1) VAN W 10‑1 4968 Pucetas (5‑1) VAN W 5‑2 2626 Snyder (4‑1) VAN W 5‑4* 2863 Oseguera (2‑1) @ VAN W 19‑3 Cowart (10‑0) @ VAN W 5‑1 Odom (6‑2) @ VAN W 6‑1 Pucetas (6‑1) EUG L 4‑6 3607 Paul, A. (1‑3) EUG W 6‑0 2683 Calicutt (4‑1) EUG L 2‑5 2995 Cowart (10‑1) @ EUG L 0‑8 Odom (6‑3) @ EUG W 6‑2 Pucetas (7‑1) @ EUG W 4‑3 English (3‑0)

SAVE Trinidad (1) Trinidad (2) Calicutt (1) Paul, A. (1)

Trinidad (3) Lussier (1) Trinidad (4) Trinidad (5) Pichardo (1)

Trinidad (6)

Trinidad (7) Trinidad (8) Oseguera (1) Tanner (1)

Trinidad (9) Trinidad (10) Paul, R. (1)

Trinidad (11) Trinidad (12)

Trinidad (13) Trinidad (14)

Lussier (2)

Lussier (3) Lussier (4) Trinidad (15) Trinidad (16) Oseguera (2)

Rodriguez (1)

RECORD 1‑0 2‑0 3‑0 4‑0 5‑0 6‑0 7‑0 7‑1 8‑1 9‑1 10‑1 10‑2 11‑2 12‑2 12‑3 12‑4 13‑4 14‑4 14‑5 14‑6 15‑6 15‑7 15‑8 16‑8 17‑8 18‑8 18‑9 19‑9 20‑9 21‑9 21‑10 21‑11 22‑11 23‑11 23‑12 24‑12 24‑13 25‑13 26‑13 27‑13 28‑13 29‑13 29‑14 29‑15 30‑15 30‑16 30‑17 31‑17 32‑17 33‑17 34‑17 35‑17 36‑17 37‑17 38‑17 39‑17 40‑17 40‑18 41‑18 42‑18 43‑18 44‑18 45‑18 46‑18 47‑18 48‑18 49‑18 50‑18 51‑18 52‑18 52‑19 53‑19 53‑20 53‑21 54‑21 55‑21

NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

9/7 @ BOI L 1‑5 1160 Calicutt (0‑1) 9/8 @ BOI W 5‑0 2016 Cowart (1‑0) 9/9 BOI W 2‑1* 1693 Trinidad (1‑0) 9/10 BOI W 6‑4 1567 Pucetas (1‑0) Trinidad (1) * Extra Innings (10 innings: 7/7, 8/21; 11 innings: 7/12, 9/9; 13 innings: 8/27)

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2006 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Bocock, Brian Boyer, Brad Burriss, Emmanuel Bush, Evan Davis, Robert Felmy, Bobby Graham, Tyler Gutierrez, Henry Haad, Yamid La Torre, Tyler McBryde, Mike Neal, Thomas Pill, Brett Rohlinger, Ryan Rojas, Nestor Salsgiver, Lance Schoop, Sharlon Thompson, Will Todd, Chris Weston, Matt Witter, Adam TEAM

AVG .223 .246 .307 .188 .171 .281 .240 .380 .000 .111 .276 .250 .220 .252 .250 .197 .286 .386 .289 .280 .285 .264

G 39 61 65 32 14 55 50 25 6 6 71 50 60 65 4 35 4 19 44 63 61 76

AB 103 183 254 64 35 196 125 79 16 18 225 176 223 234 8 71 7 70 97 200 207 2591

R 12 27 50 4 3 38 23 10 0 4 38 26 37 34 1 7 1 16 14 27 40 412

H 23 45 78 12 5 55 30 30 0 2 62 44 49 59 2 14 2 27 28 56 59 683

2B 6 9 8 2 1 8 3 2 0 2 9 6 16 13 0 3 0 4 1 14 12 119

3B 0 6 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 20

HR 0 5 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 3 4 5 3 0 0 0 3 0 4 16 52

RBI 7 28 27 3 2 33 9 12 0 0 34 20 35 28 1 4 1 17 14 27 52 354

BB 12 17 27 8 2 19 11 3 1 1 22 7 22 27 0 5 2 15 20 13 25 259

SO 29 29 22 15 3 34 38 7 4 5 59 44 39 27 2 9 0 8 8 34 41 457

SB 6 6 35 0 0 10 14 3 0 0 16 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 101

CS 1 2 11 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 36

OBP .305 .312 .384 .278 .237 .355 .326 .407 .059 .158 .344 .289 .296 .336 .250 .278 .500 .494 .412 .327 .366 .338

SLG .282 .443 .366 .219 .200 .454 .264 .430 .000 .222 .400 .375 .359 .355 .250 .268 .286 .571 .299 .410 .585 .385

WP 2 3 4 0 0 1 2 0 3 2 6 0 2 5 0 4 5 2 0 1 42

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

2006 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W- L Calicutt, Steven 4-1 Cowart, Adam 10-1 Cranston, Jared 2-0 English, Jesse 3-0 Hobson, Gib 3-3 Lincecum, Tim 0-0 Lussier, Buster 4-1 Newton, David 0-0 Odom, John 6-3 Oseguera, Paul 2-1 Paul, Adam 1-3 Paul, Ryan 1-1 Pichardo, Kelvin 2-0 Pucetas, Kevin 7-1 Rodriguez, Wilmin 0-0 Snyder, Ben 4-1 Stolp, Eric 0-1 Tanner, Clayton 2-2 Trinidad, Juan 2-1 Whitaker, Craig 2-1 TEAM 55-21

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ERA 1.75 1.08 4.15 6.35 2.94 0.00 2.90 0.00 3.05 3.72 3.86 6.08 4.60 2.17 2.45 3.66 2.93 3.46 1.52 3.86 2.95

G 18 15 13 17 11 2 22 2 15 16 23 12 6 15 3 15 14 13 24 4 76

GS 4 15 0 0 9 2 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 15 0 12 0 0 0 4 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 16 0 29

IP 46 83 17 28 52 4 40 3 74 29 37 13 16 71 4 66 31 26 24 19 683

H 39 51 13 21 42 1 30 0 72 25 34 15 17 57 3 60 27 17 18 13 557

R 10 13 9 21 22 0 14 0 30 13 18 9 10 22 1 30 14 11 4 9 260

ER 9 10 8 20 17 0 13 0 25 12 16 9 8 17 1 27 10 10 4 8 224

HR 0 2 2 6 3 0 4 0 4 0 1 2 2 2 1 6 0 1 2 1 39

HB 1 5 0 2 5 0 1 0 6 1 5 1 2 5 0 1 4 1 0 1 41

BB 11 8 18 18 14 0 14 0 16 9 14 8 4 19 0 17 11 8 4 13 206

SO 26 55 34 40 38 10 35 5 51 39 26 20 24 60 3 58 20 25 14 15 598

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2006 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 19 (@ Vancouver 8/29) Most Hits

17 (vs. Boise 6/28)

Most Doubles Most Triples Most Home Runs Most RBI Most Strikeouts Most Base on Balls Most Hit By Pitch Most Stolen Bases Most Left on Base

5 (vs. Tri-City 7/16) 2 (@ Eugene 9/5) 3 (vs. Boise 6/27, @ Everett 7/1, 8/10) 18 (@ Vancouver 8/29) 11 (vs. Yakima 8/4) 11 (vs. Vancouver 8/25) 3 (vs. Boise 6/27, vs. Tri-City 7/13) 6 (@ Vancouver 8/30) 15 (vs. Vancouver 8/27, 13 innings)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 1 (@ Vancouver 8/31) 14 (@ Yak. 7/20, vs. Spo. 8/15, vs. Eug. Most Hits 9/1) Most Runs 12 (@ Eugene 7/3) Most Earned Runs 12 (@ Eugene 7/3) Most Strikeouts 15 (@ Spokane 6/23) Most Base on Balls 9 (@ Eugene 7/3, vs. Boise 8/1) Most Hit Batters 2 (9 times) Most Wild Pitches 3 (vs. Tri-City 7/15, vs. Spokane 8/15) Most Balks 1 (3 times) Most Left on Base 11 (vs. Eugene 9/1)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2006 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:56 3:19 13 2:01 2:01 5,628 7,413 2,266 1,057 12 2 12 2 6 3

vs. VAN 8/27 (13 innings) @ EUG 7/3 vs. VAN 8/27 @ EUG 9/4 @ EUG 9/4 vs. EUG 7/4 @ SPO 6/19 vs. VAN 7/29 @ T-C 8/21 (8/19-8/31) (7 times) (8/7-8/27) (8/5-8/6) (6/19-6/29, 8/19-8/31) (7/3-7/8)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2006 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Championship Series

W 8 2 11 11 6 7 6 14 40 55 4 51 6 10 9 8 10 7 5 25 30 10 19 23 3 8 6 9 8 9 6 9 3

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L 2 2 6 5 3 2 1 3 7 21 1 20 6 2 3 2 0 3 5 11 10 2 11 5 3 3 5 2 2 2 5 2 1

W 3 1 7 5 4 4 3 4 17 27 2 25 3 5 5 4 5 3 2 13 14 4 9 13 1 4 2 4 3 4 4 6 2

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L 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 3 11 0 11 3 1 1 1 0 2 3 5 6 1 5 3 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 0

W 5 1 4 6 2 3 3 10 23 28 2 26 3 5 4 4 5 4 3 12 16 6 10 10 2 4 4 5 5 5 2 3 1

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L 1 1 3 3 1 1 0 2 4 10 1 9 3 1 2 1 0 1 2 6 4 1 6 2 1 0 3 1 0 1 4 1 1

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2006 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST SALEM-KEIZER* Eugene Vancouver Everett

W 55 43 39 31

L 21 33 37 45

Pct. .724 .566 .513 .408

GB --12 16 24

Manager Steve Decker Doug Dascenzo Rick Magnante Dave Myers

Attendance 118,622 122,734 123,878 106,675

EAST Boise* Tri-City Yakima Spokane

44 38 28 26

32 38 48 50

.579 .500 .368 .342

--6 16 18

Steve McFarland Freddie Ocasio Jay Gainer Mike Micucci

108,876 67,545 63,400 182,091

*Salem-Keizer defeated Boise, three games to one, to win the Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise VOLCANOES Eugene Vancouver Spokane Yakima Everett Tri-City

AVG .268 .264 .256 .246 .245 .242 .241 .239

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2583 2591 2621 2565 2561 2591 2553 2553

R 397 412 391 342 330 318 313 301

H 691 683 671 631 628 626 615 611

2B 127 119 156 137 134 113 127 125

3B 26 20 8 17 23 10 17 19

HR 46 52 51 33 51 40 49 33

RBI 362 354 339 294 295 283 286 274

BB 223 259 299 253 248 254 221 239

SO 480 457 576 536 615 645 581 661

SB 89 101 43 67 67 50 83 73

CS 42 36 19 38 41 25 38 32

L 21 38 33 37 32 48 45 50

ERA 2.95 3.04 3.54 3.66 3.80 3.89 4.29 4.99

CG 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0

ShO 8 8 5 5 6 1 4 1

SV 29 17 24 20 18 11 17 11

IP 683.1 681.0 686.2 681.1 672.2 674.0 668.2 664.0

H 557 566 655 641 634 683 652 768

R 260 290 339 332 337 369 404 473

ER 224 230 270 277 284 291 319 368

HR 39 30 38 47 44 41 64 52

BB 206 243 252 250 242 269 279 255

SO 598 667 561 504 526 554 624 517

TEAM PITCHING TEAM VOLCANOES Tri-City Eugene Vancouver Boise Yakima Everett Spokane

W 55 38 43 39 44 28 31 26

TEAM FIELDING TEAM VOLCANOES Boise Tri-City Vancouver Eugene Yakima Everett Spokane

PCT .977 .967 .966 .965 .963 .961 .961 .950

PO 2050 2018 2043 2044 2060 2022 2006 1992

A 879 821 753 778 818 848 767 725

E 69 98 97 103 111 116 113 143

TC 2998 2937 2893 2925 2989 2986 2886 2860

DP 79 73 68 68 69 68 61 68

PB 14 25 12 18 15 15 21 20

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PLAYER Chad Tracy Craig Cooper Emmanuel Burriss Alex Valdez Daniel Mayora Cyle Hankerd Chad Huffman Matt Sulentic Russ Canzler

TEAM Spokane Eugene VOLCANOES Vancouver Tri-City Yakima Eugene Vancouver Boise

POS DH* RHP LHP RHRP LHRP MGR* MGR* MVP *

PLAYER Chris Davis Adam Cowart Shane Dove Juan Trinidad Jeremy Papelbon Steve Decker Doug Dascenzo Cyle Hankerd Tie

TEAM Spokane VOLCANOES Yakima VOLCANOES Boise VOLCANOES Eugene Yakima

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2006 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Cyle Hankerd, YAK Chad Huffman, EUG Craig Cooper, EUG RUNS Michael Epping, EUG Matt Camp, BOI EMMANUEL BURRISS, S-K Tyler Colvin, BOI TRIPLES BRAD BOYER, S-K Tyler Colvin, BOI MIKE McBRYDE, S-K TOTAL BASES Russ Canzler, BOI Chris Davis, SPO Tyler Colvin, BOI STOLEN BASES EMMANUEL BURRISS, S-K Three Players tied at

.384 .343 .320 53 51 50 50 6 6 5 152 135 128 35 22

GAMES Matt Camp, BOI Daniel Mayora, T-C Two Players tied at

74 74 73

AT BATS Matt Camp, BOI Russ Canzler, BOI Tom King, EUG

301 280 277

HITS Matt Camp, BOI Daniel Mayora, T-C Cyle Hankerd, YAK EMMANUEL BURRISS, S-K

87 84 83 78

DOUBLES Russ Canzler, BOI Tom King, EUG Daniel Mayora, T-C Two Players tied at

22 19 19 18

HOME RUNS ADAM WITTER, S-K Russ Canzler, BOI Chris Davis, SPO

16 16 15

RBI Russ Canzler, BOI Tyler Colvin, BOI Brad Miller, YAK

61 53 53

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE ADAM WITTER, S-K Chad Huffman, EUG Russ Canzler, BOI BASE ON BALLS Joe White, EVT Matt Antonelli, EUG Geoff Strickland, T-C

.585 .576 .543 56 46 43

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Chad Huffman, EUG Matt Antonelli, EUG Joe White, EVT STRIKEOUTS Victor Ferrante, T-C Bret Berglund, T-C Two Players tied at

.439 .426 .424 89 77 70

PITCHING LEADERS WINS ADAM COWART, S-K Scott Deal, VAN Three Players tied at

10 8 7

LOSSES Mike Schilling, EVT Scott Souther, YAK Three Players tied at

8 8 7

EARNED RUN AVERAGE ADAM COWART, S-K KEVIN PUCETAS, S-K Shane Dove, YAK

1.08 2.17 2.26

GAMES Ethan Katz, T-C Nick Tucci, EUG Four Players tied at

29 28 27

GAMES STARTED Inoel Deaza, VAN Cesar Valdez, YAK Mike Wagner, SPO

16 16 16

INNINGS PITCHED Cesar Valdez, YAK Andrew Kreidermacher, T-C Shane Dove, YAK

97.0 95.2 87.2

SAVES JUAN TRINIDAD, S-K R. J. Rodriguez, EUG Two Players tied at

16 14 9

STRIKEOUTS Cesar Valdez, YAK Josh Sullivan, T-C Mike Wagner, SPO

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WALKS Eric Butler, YAK Steve Uhlmansiek, EVT Kasey Kiker, SPO

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ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Michael Affronti, VAN Sacrifice Flies Brad Miller, YAK Hit By Pitch Craig Gentry, SPO Caught Stealing E. BURRISS, S-K Grounded into DP R. ROHLINGER, S-K

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ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage ADAM COWART, S-K .909 (10-1) Hits Allowed Cesar Valdez, YAK 97 Runs Allowed Mike Wagner, SPO 54 Earned Runs Allowed Mike Wagner, SPO 47 Home Runs Allowed Mike Billek, BOI 9 Hit Batters Mark Pawelek, BOI 12 Wild Pitches John Slusarz, SPO 14

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Like a fugitive that escapes across the border just ahead of a persistent posse, the Vancouver Canadians held off the seasonlong pursuit of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in the final series of the year to claim the Western Division title by a single game. Salem-Keizer (45-31) won two of three games against Vancouver (46-30) in a series that matched the Northwest League’s two best teams, but the Volcanoes needed to sweep the series to claim the title and the Canadians won the pennant when they took the second of the three-game game set, 2-1. Despite the second-place finish, Manager Steve Decker and his team could look back on their season with a sense of accomplishment. The Volcanoes had given themselves a chance to win the flag after trailing the Canadians by as many as seven games. Salem-Keizer led the league in batting (.291), finished with the circuit’s top four hitters and posted the second best fielding percentage (.974) in NWL history. Decker and four of his players—Will Thompson, Pablo Sandoval, Mike Mooney and Brian Anderson—were named to the All-Star team. Decker, veteran pitching coach Jerry Cram and first-year coach Ricky Ward opened the campaign without the usual high draft choices that traditionally form the nucleus of the roster. San Francisco’s first selection in the draft came in the fourth round and the top two choices, outfielder Ben Copeland (round 4) and pitcher Dan Griffin (#5), signed late and began the summer in Arizona. Two other picks, reliever Buck Cody (#16) and infielder David Maroul (#23) were helping Texas win the College Baseball World Series. Like Copeland and Griffin, they’d join the Volcanoes in July. Whatever Salem-Keizer lacked in top draft choices—centerfielder Joey Dyche (#7) and shortstop Anthony Contreras (#9) were the highest selections with the team on Opening Day—it countered with experience. First baseman Will Thompson, outfielders Charlie Babineaux and Jose Yens, and pitchers Matt Minor and Matt Raguse all played with the Volcanoes in 2004. Kellen Ludwig debuted with S-K in 2003. Mooney, a hard-hitting outfielder, and Sandoval, a promising third baseman, came from the Giants’ championship team in the Arizona Rookie League. Salem-Keizer opened the season in Tri-City, won three of five games against the Dust Devils and returned home to meet Yakima, June 26. After splitting four games, the Volcanoes won a dramatic finale in 12 innings as Mooney ripped a two-out homer to tie the game in the 10th and singled home the winning run in the 12th. Brian Anderson, who emerged as the league’s top closer, worked 2 2/3 scoreless innings for the win. In his first 10 games, he’d allow one run, six hits and strike out 20 without a single walk. With a bevy of starting pitchers, the Volcanoes began the season using a “piggyback” rotation. Only Ludwig was given a regular turn in the rotation. Another eight hurlers were assigned to work in pairs, alternating starts. After 15 games, they’d settle on a rotation of Ludwig, Raguse and three promising draft choices: Nick Pereira (round 10), Joey Martinez (#12) and Sergio Romo (#28). The bullpen was talented and deep: the Volcanoes would finish the season 39-0 when leading after seven innings. After posting a 6-4 record in its first 10 games, Salem-Keizer dropped two of three in Eugene before returning home to face Tri-City on the Fourth of July. The game drew the second largest crowd in team history as 5,503 packed The Crater to watch the Volcanoes win 10-6. Romo earned his first victory with 5 92

innings of two-hit pitching. The Dust Devils would win three of the next four games, leaving the Volcanoes 9-9, four games out of first place. On July 9, Salem-Keizer staged a terrific comeback in Everett after trailing 12-3, but the AquaSox held on to win, 12-11. The following day, teams were directed by NWL President Bob Richmond to bring their rosters in compliance with the league guideline restricting the number of 23-year old players on a team to no more than four. (A player’s “age” is determined by how old they are as of June 5th each year.) While teams may open the season with more than four “over age” players, they have to reduce that number to less than five by July 1st. When Vancouver came to Eugene with eight “over age” players, the Emeralds filed a complaint with the league prompting Richmond’s directive. Vancouver was not the only team violating the rule on 23-year olds (Everett also had to reassign four players), but they were receiving the most significant contribution from their “senior” players. Seven of the eight were pitchers; and, during the 11-game stretch from July 1-11, they had combined to start eight games and post a collective 6-1 record with four saves as Vancouver went 9-2, improved their season mark to 16-5 and increased their lead in the West from one game to five. There would be no sanctions. While Northwest League rules set restrictions on the number of 23-year old players, there were no written penalties covering teams in violation. (After the season, Richmond told league directors their managers should protest games against teams that were not in compliance.) Returning home July 13, Salem-Keizer (10-11) won two of three games against Eugene. In the opener, Babineaux blasted a pair of homers in a 3-2 victory. In the second game, the Volcanoes had 18 hits, four by Dyche, but needed 11 innings to win 2-1 after leaving 17 men on base. Five pitchers combined for 8 innings of three-hit, shutout relief with Wayne “The Train” Foltin getting the win. In Yakima, the Volcanoes won three of five games; and, on July 19, they tied the NWL record by turning six doubles plays in a 6-3 loss to the Bears. After 28 games, Salem-Keizer was 14-14, seven games behind Vancouver (21-7). The Volcanoes began a seven-game winning streak the next day as Mooney had five hits while Matt Raguse and Dave McKae combined on a two-hit, 10-0 shutout. McKae, S-K’s top long reliever, would lead the club in Earned Run Average (2.42) and strikeouts (83) while making only four starts. Salem-Keizer shuffled its player deck when the team came home for a six-game series with Everett and Vancouver. Starting catcher Henry Gutierrez was sent to Arizona while Contreras went to San Jose, making room at short for David Maroul who had just been named the Most Outstanding Player in the College World Series. Catching duties now were split between Andy Busch and Barry Gunther. Gunther would hit .337 while Busch proved to be a skillful handler of pitchers: the club was 20-6 in games he started over the balance of the season. Romo and Minor blanked the AquaSox, 4-0, in the opener as Maroul had two hits in his debut and Thompson was 3-4 with a double and home run. The Volcanoes had 15 hits—three each by Dyche and Sandoval—to win the second game, 9-8, and took the third, 6-2, as Mooney went 3-4 with a triple, homer and four RBI’s. The Volcanoes then swept the Canadians (11-4, 8-6 and 7-3) to move within three games of the lead. Dyche, red-hot after a slow start, was 4-4 in the opener to raise his average to .298. In the second game, Gunther made his first start and went 3-4 with a double, home run and five RBI’s. In the 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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finale, Romo scattered four hits over 5 innings to win his third game. Thompson had two hits in each game, was batting .373 and had a 14-game hitting streak. Mooney (.360) and Sandoval (.343) were right behind him. The Volcanoes had found their stride; Salem-Keizer was the hottest team in the league. The winning streak ended in Spokane July 27 as the Indians jumped on Ludwig for five runs in the first 3 innings in an 8-3 victory. The year’s most stunning defeat came the following night when Spokane scored four runs in the 10th to beat Anderson, 8-7. After the Indians won the third game, the Volcanoes were 21-17 and four games back. They began a new winning streak the next day in Dan Griffin’s sensational debut. The 6’ 7” righthander gave up one hit in 6 shutout innings, fanned 11 and walked one. Anderson bounced back to get his 10th save. On August 2, Salem-Keizer returned to The Crater to meet Boise. The Volcanoes won all five games. Ben Copeland joined the club for the series’ fourth game and went 3-5 with a double and three RBI’s. Romo improved to 5-0 with 6 innings of three-hit shutout ball. Ludwig, now working in relief, and Foltin preserved the shutout with three hitless innings. Salem-Keizer won the final game when Copeland ripped three hits including a tie-breaking home run in the 7th. Mooney also had three hits and was 11-22 in the series while Thompson went 8-17 to raise his average to .394. Raguse got the win with four innings of shutout relief. The Volcanoes were 28-17, one game behind Vancouver. Now the two rivals would face off for six consecutive games. The Canadians were 13-11 since being required to pare four of their 23-year old pitchers from their roster July 11; but Vancouver still had a fine team, led by an excellent staff that would post the league’s lowest ERA in 15 years, 3.00. The Canadians won the opener, 9-5, but Joey Martinez scattered four hits over 5 2/3 shutout innings to lead the Volcanoes to a 5-2 victory in the second game. The course of the season changed the following day. In the first inning, the Volcanoes scored on singles by Dyche, Mooney and Thompson. Then, with runners on first and third, Sandoval hit a ground ball to first. Thompson, sliding into second, caught his spikes in the dirt and dislocated his ankle. Salem-Keizer had lost its best hitter—the league leader in batting (.384) and runs batted in (35)—for the season. Chris Stanton was rushed from Arizona to replace him at first base. Thompson’s loss stunned the team. The Volcanoes dropped the third game, 6-1, then lost three straight to Vancouver at home: 5-3, 3-1 and 7-1. The Canadians had rebuilt their lead to five games; Salem-Keizer (29-22) was now tied for second with Everett. When the team got to Boise, there was more bad news: Nick Pereira had strained his arm against Vancouver and would not pitch again for 18 days. Then, Matt Raguse abruptly announced his retirement to return to college. Steve Decker never lost faith in his team and made two decisions that paid immediate dividends. He moved second baseman Mark Minicozzi into the cleanup spot and made Jose Yens a regular in the lineup. In August, Minicozzi would lead all NWL batters with a .415 average while Yens hit .354 with five home runs and 21 RBI’s. Martinez put S-K back on the winning track in Boise with 7 innings of two-hit shutout ball as Busch hit a grand slam homer, Minicozzi and Sandoval each had three hits and Yens added a home run. The Volcanoes (33-23) won four of five games against the Hawks. They were three out with 20 to play. Returning home, Salem-Keizer and Spokane staged a memorable slugfest that featured nine home runs, five by the Indians who won, 12-10. The next day, Griffin and Foltin silenced Spokane on a five-hit 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

shutout. In the third game, Romo lasted three innings in his worst outing of the year and suffered his only loss. Dave McKae fanned nine and yielded two hits in 4 2/3 innings of outstanding relief in a 5-4 victory in game four as Minicozzi went 4-4 and drove in the winning run. The Volcanoes had only four hits in the finale as Spokane took the game, and the series, 3-2. Despite losing five of eight games, Salem-Keizer (36-28) remained three games behind Vancouver (39-25), tied for second with Everett. Now, while the Canadians and AquaSox met for six consecutive games, the Volcanoes would play six straight against Eugene (32-32). After winning the first three at home, the Volcanoes set a franchise record with 21 hits in a 16-3 victory in Eugene. The next day, Romo logged his seventh win and Anderson notched his 17th save. On September 1, S-K beat Eugene, 4-2, on Yens’ two-run double in the 8th to sweep the series and move into a first place tie with Vancouver; the Canadians had lost in Everett. Both teams were now 42-28 with six games to play. Winners of seven straight, the Volcanoes would host three games with Everett and finish the season in Vancouver against the team they had doggedly chased all summer. It was the showdown both clubs wanted. It took 10 innings for Salem-Keizer to win the opener with Everett as Yens again delivered the winning run with a two-out single that brought Minicozzi home from second. Ben Nieto made his fourth consecutive strong start after coming up from Arizona in mid-August, allowing five hits and one run in 5 2/3 innings. Pereira got the win in relief after escaping a one-out, bases loaded jam in the 10th. In the second game, the AquaSox scored seven runs off Martinez in the first three innings and rolled to a 13-7 win. The Volcanoes’ loss—coupled with Vancouver’s second straight win over Eugene—made the series’ third game meaningless in the standings. The Canadians held the tie-breaker with the Volcanoes who would have to sweep the series in Vancouver to claim the Western Division flag. On Labor Day, the opening game at Nat Bailey Stadium matched the Volcanoes’ Sergio Romo (7-1, 2.69) and the Canadians’ all-star righthander Mike Madsen (6-1, 1.68). Both left after five innings with the score knotted, 2-2. Salem-Keizer broke the tie in the 7th when Copeland tripled and rode home on Mooney’s RBI single. Pereira fanned four in two hitless innings to get his 5th win while Anderson earned his 19th save to move S-K within one game of the lead with two to play. Dave McKae (3-1, 2.49) and Vancouver’s Jimmy Shull (3-3, 2.55) hooked up in another tense pitchers’ duel in the second game. With the score tied, 1-1, in the 6th, the Canadians’ Justin Sellers reached on a two-base error by Sandoval and scored on Jose Garcia’s single to center. That would stand as the winning run. The Volcanoes managed only one hit off four relievers over the final three innings and lost, 2-1. Vancouver had won the West. The final margin between the teams would be a single game. Though Thompson missed 28 games, he had enough plate appearances to win the batting title. His .384 average was the league’s third best in 35 years. Mooney (.342), Sandoval (.330) and Minicozzi (.321) finished right behind him; the first time in Northwest League history one team had the league’s top four hitters. Mooney led the NWL in hits (104), runs (57), total bases (157) and triples (9). Romo led the circuit in wins (7); Anderson had the most saves (19). While the Volcanoes had their second best record (45-31) in nine years, the sting of second place would take time to fade. After pursuing Vancouver since the opening week of the season, it hurt more than a little to see their quarry slip away at the end. 93


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2005 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS SAVE RECORD GB PLACE 6/21 @ T-C W 6‑5 Putman (1‑0) Minor (1) 1‑0 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 6/22 @ T-C W 5‑2 Pereira (1‑0) Anderson (1) 2‑0 +1 1st 6/23 @ T-C L 0‑3 Raguse (0‑1) 2‑1 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 6/24 @ T-C W 6‑1 McKae (1‑0) 3‑1 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 6/25 @ T-C L 1‑5 Millikan (0‑1) 3‑2 ‑1 T‑2nd 6/26 YAK W 8‑3 3002 Ludwig (1‑0) 4‑2 ‑1 2nd 6/27 YAK L 3‑5 2154 Pereira (1‑1) 4‑3 ‑1 2nd 6/28 YAK W 4‑1 2236 Raguse (1‑1) Anderson (2) 5‑3 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 6/29 YAK L 1‑3* 2449 Putman (1‑1) 5‑4 ‑1 T‑2nd 6/30 YAK W 5‑4* 2600 Anderson (1‑0) 6‑4 ‑1 T‑2nd 7/1 @ EUG L 3‑5 Ludwig (1‑1) 6‑5 ‑2 3rd 7/2 @ EUG L 2‑14 Cepeda (0‑1) 6‑6 ‑3 3rd 7/3 @ EUG W 11‑4 Martinez (1‑0) 7‑6 ‑3 3rd 7/4 T-C W 10‑6 5503 Romo (1‑0) McKae (1) 8‑6 ‑2 3rd 7/5 T-C L 4‑7 2059 Millikan (0‑2) 8‑7 ‑2.5 3rd 7/6 T-C W 6‑3 2037 Minor (1‑0) Anderson (3) 9‑7 ‑2 T‑2nd 7/7 T-C L 1‑4 2564 Sanchez (0‑1) 9‑8 ‑3 T‑3rd 7/8 T-C L 0‑2 2407 Martinez (1‑1) 9‑9 ‑4 T‑3rd 7/9 @ EVT L 11‑12 Raguse (1‑2) 9‑10 ‑5 4th 7/10 @ EVT W 3‑2 Minor (2‑0) Anderson (4) 10‑10 ‑5 T‑2nd 7/11 @ EVT L 0‑7 Ludwig (1‑2) 10‑11 ‑6 T‑3rd 7/13 EUG W 3‑2 2426 Sanchez (1‑1) Anderson (5) 11‑11 ‑6 T‑2nd 7/14 EUG W 2‑1* 2685 Foltin (1‑0) 12‑11 ‑5 T‑2nd 7/15 EUG L 5‑6 3131 McKae (1‑1) 12‑12 ‑6 T‑2nd 7/16 @ YAK W 3‑2* Anderson (2‑0) 13‑12 ‑6 T‑2nd 7/17 @ YAK L 3‑4 Minor (2‑1) 13‑13 ‑6 3rd 7/18 @ YAK W 6‑3 Pereira (2‑1) Anderson (6) 14‑13 ‑6 3rd 7/19 @ YAK L 3‑5 Martinez (1‑2) 14‑14 ‑7 3rd 7/20 @ YAK W 10‑0 Raguse (2‑2) McKae (2) 15‑14 ‑7 T‑2nd 7/21 EVT W 4‑0 2617 Romo (2‑0) Minor (2) 16‑14 ‑7 2nd 7/22 EVT W 9‑8 3179 Wilding (1‑0) Anderson (7) 17‑14 ‑6 2nd 7/23 EVT W 6‑2 3120 Pereira (3‑1) McKae (3) 18‑14 ‑6 2nd 7/24 VAN W 11‑4 2866 Quinowski (1‑0) Minor (3) 19‑14 ‑5 2nd 7/25 VAN W 8‑6 2498 Wilding (2‑0) Anderson (8) 20‑14 ‑4 2nd 7/26 VAN W 7‑3 2512 Romo (3‑0) Anderson (9) 21‑14 ‑3 2nd 7/27 @ SPO L 3‑8 Ludwig (1‑3) 21‑15 ‑3 2nd 7/28 @ SPO L 7‑8* Anderson (2‑1) 21‑16 ‑3 2nd 7/29 @ SPO L 4‑5* Cody (0‑1) 21‑17 ‑4 2nd 7/30 @ SPO W 3‑2 Griffin (1‑0) Anderson (10) 22‑17 ‑4 2nd 7/31 @ SPO W 9‑5 Romo (4‑0) 23‑17 ‑3 2nd 8/2 BOI W 6‑3 2427 McKae (2‑1) Anderson (11) 24‑17 ‑2 2nd 8/3 BOI W 4‑3* 2587 Minor (3‑1) 25‑17 ‑2 2nd 8/4 BOI W 7‑5 2500 Raguse (3‑2) Anderson (12) 26‑17 ‑1 2nd 8/5 BOI W 8‑0 3331 Romo (5‑0) 27‑17 ‑1 2nd 8/6 BOI W 6‑5 3732 Raguse (4‑2) Anderson (13) 28‑17 ‑1 2nd 8/7 @ VAN L 5‑9 Pereira (3‑2) 28‑18 ‑2 2nd 8/8 @ VAN W 5‑2 Martinez (2‑2) Anderson (14) 29‑18 ‑1 2nd 8/9 @ VAN L 1‑6 Griffin (1‑1) 29‑19 ‑2 2nd 8/10 VAN L 3‑5 3365 Raguse (4‑3) 29‑20 ‑3 2nd 8/11 VAN L 1‑3* 2838 Millikan (0‑3) 29‑21 ‑4 2nd 8/12 VAN L 1‑7 3657 Pereira (3‑3) 29‑22 ‑5 T‑2nd 8/13 @ BOI W 10‑1 Martinez (3‑2) 30‑22 ‑5 T‑2nd 8/14 @ BOI W 7‑2 Griffin (2‑1) 31‑22 ‑4 T‑2nd 8/15 @ BOI W 11‑4 Quinowski (2‑0) 32‑22 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/16 @ BOI L 2‑8 Wilding (2‑1) 32‑23 ‑4 T‑2nd 8/17 @ BOI W 9‑1 Nieto (1‑0) 33‑23 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/19 SPO L 10‑12 3013 Cody (0‑2) 33‑24 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/20 SPO W 2‑0 2860 Griffin (3‑1) Foltin (1) 34‑24 ‑3 2nd 8/21 SPO L 5‑6 2871 Romo (5‑1) 34‑25 ‑3 2nd 8/22 SPO W 5‑4 2528 McKae (3‑1) Anderson (15) 35‑25 ‑3 2nd 8/23 SPO L 2‑3 3012 Hinshaw (0‑1) 35‑26 ‑3 2nd 8/24 @ EVT L 6‑8 Quinowski (2‑1) 35‑27 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/25 @ EVT L 8‑12 Foltin (1‑1) 35‑28 ‑3 3rd 8/26 @ EVT W 10‑4 Romo (6‑1) 36‑28 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/27 EUG W 3‑2 2737 Anderson (3‑1) 37‑28 ‑2 T‑2nd 8/28 EUG W 15‑1 3012 Nieto (2‑0) 38‑28 ‑2 2nd 8/29 EUG W 2‑0 2882 Martinez (4‑2) Anderson (16) 39‑28 ‑1 2nd 8/30 @ EUG W 16‑3 Millikan (1‑3) 40‑28 ‑1 2nd 8/31 @ EUG W 6‑4 Romo (7‑1) Anderson (17) 41‑28 ‑1 2nd 9/1 @ EUG W 4‑2 Foltin (2‑1) Anderson (18) 42‑28 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 9/2 EVT W 4‑3* 2702 Pereira (4‑3) 43‑28 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 9/3 EVT L 7‑13 3842 Martinez (4‑3) 43‑29 ‑1 2nd 9/4 EVT L 3‑5 2477 Griffin (3‑2) 43‑30 ‑2 2nd 9/5 @ VAN W 3‑2 Pereira (5‑3) Anderson (19) 44‑30 ‑1 2nd 9/6 @ VAN L 1‑2 McKae (3‑2) 44‑31 ‑2 2nd 9/7 @ VAN W 4‑2 Nieto (3‑0) Millikan (1) 45‑31 ‑1 2nd * Extra Innings (10 innings: 7/16, 7/28, 7/29, 8/11, 9/2; 11 innings: 6/29, 7/14, 8/3; 12 innings: 6/30)

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2005 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Abreu, Johany Babineaux, Charlie Busch, Andy Contreras, Anthony Copeland, Ben Dixon, D. J. Dyche, Joey Gunther, Barry Gutierrez, Henry Maroul, David Minicozzi, Mark Mooney, Mike Paulino, Adalberto Sandoval, Pablo Santoro, Mike Stanton, Chris Thompson, Will Todd, Chris Yens, Jose TEAM

AVG .189 .204 .210 .250 .306 .297 .289 .337 .222 .263 .321 .342 .255 .330 .148 .247 .384 .206 .280 .291

G 22 47 36 22 29 42 70 31 23 44 70 73 29 75 10 26 48 34 61 76

AB 53 142 105 72 121 101 284 86 81 175 243 304 47 294 27 93 185 63 225 2700

R 5 13 10 10 25 13 43 15 11 20 42 57 6 46 4 11 25 7 34 398

H 10 29 22 18 37 30 82 29 18 46 78 104 12 97 4 23 71 13 63 785

2B 2 7 5 3 5 6 6 6 4 8 14 20 0 15 1 3 12 0 13 131

3B 1 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 1 3 9 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 26

HR 0 4 2 0 4 1 3 1 1 5 2 5 1 3 0 0 2 0 9 43

RBI 8 18 9 4 23 9 26 15 8 27 36 29 6 50 2 7 35 8 42 362

BB 1 14 7 7 11 11 25 13 10 4 35 20 2 21 4 8 23 14 8 238

SO 14 44 44 8 25 14 44 13 14 61 41 64 15 33 10 18 22 9 46 537

SB 3 0 0 4 2 1 17 1 0 0 4 13 0 2 1 3 0 3 3 57

CS 2 2 0 1 1 0 10 0 0 1 7 4 3 3 0 0 1 0 4 39

OBP .204 .301 .265 .321 .364 .372 .359 .430 .315 .288 .411 .389 .327 .383 .258 .320 .452 .383 .309 .357

SLG .264 .338 .314 .292 .512 .386 .356 .465 .309 .406 .428 .516 .319 .425 .185 .280 .492 .206 .476 .406

WP 1 3 0 0 3 2 2 4 7 3 5 2 3 4 3 3 1 2 2 50

BK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 6

2005 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER Anderson, Brian Cepeda, Benny Cody, Buck Foltin, Wayne Griffin, Dan Hinshaw, Alex Ludwig, Kellen Martinez, Joey McKae, Dave Millikan, Bryan Minor, Matt Nieto, Ben Pereira, Nick Putnam, Rickey Quinowski, David Raguse, Matt Romo, Sergio Sanchez, Jose Wilding, Taylor TEAM

W- L 3-1 0-1 0-2 2-1 3-2 0-1 1-3 4-3 3-2 1-3 3-1 3-0 5-3 1-1 2-1 4-3 7-1 1-1 2-1 45-31

ERA 1.95 6.43 3.78 3.38 2.39 3.68 5.19 4.30 2.42 4.84 2.72 1.05 3.04 5.14 3.21 4.91 2.75 2.08 6.44 3.66

G 27 6 15 17 8 25 18 15 19 20 23 5 14 17 19 11 15 8 15 76

GS 0 2 0 0 8 0 8 13 4 2 0 5 9 0 0 6 14 0 5 76

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SV 19 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27

IP 28 14 17 21 38 22 52 69 67 35 36 26 50 28 14 37 69 17 43 683

H 16 13 19 24 33 17 63 69 55 39 21 21 54 27 12 33 70 9 46 641

R 6 10 10 14 11 9 32 33 27 23 11 4 21 20 7 22 25 5 35 324

ER 6 10 7 8 10 9 30 33 18 19 11 3 17 16 5 20 21 4 31 278

HR 2 2 3 1 1 1 2 9 5 2 3 1 0 3 1 2 7 2 12 59

HB 1 0 1 0 2 3 0 5 1 1 2 0 2 2 2 7 3 1 3 36

BB 3 13 6 7 12 18 21 15 17 15 18 7 14 14 14 12 9 4 16 235

SO 42 5 22 20 49 33 46 59 83 27 33 23 41 18 19 38 65 13 42 678

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2005 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 16 (@ Eugene 8/30) Hits 21 (@ Eugene 8/30) Doubles 6 (@ Eugene 7/3) Triples 3 (@ Boise 8/15) Home Runs 4 (vs. Spokane 8/19) RBI 16 (@ Eugene 8/30) Strikeouts 14 (@ Tri-City 6/21, @ Everett 8/25) Base on Balls 11 (@ Yakima 7/19) Hit by Pitch 4 (vs. Eugene 8/28) Stolen Bases 3 (7 times) Most Left On Base 17 (vs. Eugene 7/14, 11 innings)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 2 (4 times: 6/23, 7/8, 7/13, 7/20) Most Hits 15 (@ Boise 8/16; vs. Everett 9/3) Most Runs 14 (@ Eugene 7/2) Earned Runs 13 (vs. Everett 9/3) Strikeouts 16 (@ Tri-City 6/24; vs. Eugene 8/27) Base on Balls 8 (vs. Vancouver 7/26) Hit Batters 4 (@ Spokane 7/28) Wild Pitches 3 (@ Yakima 7/19) Balks 1 (6 times) Most Left on Base 15 (@ Spokane 7/18, 10 innings)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2005 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

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VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2005 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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L 2 2 5 3 1 3 2 3 5 17 0 17 2 4 3 1 3 2 2 9 8 2 9 5 1 2 1 4 2 3 2 3

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2005 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST Vancouver* SALEM-KEIZER Everett Eugene

W 46 45 42 34

L 30 31 34 42

Pct. .605 .592 .553 .447

GB --1 4 12

Manager Juan Navarette Steve Decker Pedro Grifol Roy Howell

Attendance 124,708 108,418 108,884 124,512

EAST Spokane* Tri-City Boise Yakima

37 36 34 30

39 40 42 46

.487 .474 .447 .395

--1 3 7

Greg Riddoch Ron Gideon Trey Forkerway Jay Gainer

180,084 63,173 109,746 60,150

*Spokane defeated Vancouver, three games to two, to win the Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM VOLCANOES Everett Boise Spokane Yakima Vancouver Tri-City Eugene

AVG .291 .264 .260 .254 .252 .252 .251 .238

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2701 2624 2606 2588 2626 2587 2580 2560

R 398 418 330 380 315 344 349 320

H 786 692 678 658 661 653 647 609

2B 130 149 123 141 149 134 134 102

3B 26 23 8 25 20 10 18 23

HR 43 71 36 72 46 35 39 40

RBI 362 374 288 343 283 291 310 269

BB 238 277 179 251 204 276 279 279

SO 537 653 547 655 619 581 661 676

SB 57 89 76 65 50 72 44 57

CS 39 41 46 37 33 31 29 32

L 30 31 40 42 46 39 34 42

ERA 3.00 3.66 3.69 3.78 4.09 4.17 4.32 4.61

CG 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

ShO 4 6 5 0 2 2 6 4

SV 17 27 23 21 15 18 21 17

IP 675.1 683.0 674.0 673.0 681.1 676.1 680.2 675.1

H 707 641 633 711 712 718 694 707

R 416 324 332 361 399 379 375 416

ER 346 278 276 283 310 313 327 346

HR 26 59 46 46 45 50 58 52

BB 224 235 239 182 287 214 278 324

SO 643 678 572 577 653 605 604 597

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Vancouver VOLCANOES Tri-City Eugene Yakima Spokane Everett Boise

W 46 45 36 34 30 37 42 34

TEAM FIELDING TEAM VOLCANOES Everett Tri-City Vancouver Eugene Yakima Spokane Boise

PCT .974 .971 .970 .969 .964 .962 .962 .960

PO 2049 2042 2021 2064 2019 2044 2029 2026

A 765 884 805 798 805 825 812 858

E 76 88 87 91 106 113 112 120

TC 2890 3014 2913 2953 2930 2982 2953 3004

DP 63 80 60 57 52 51 49 72

PB 16 11 13 14 20 15 22 15

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF

PLAYER Josh Ford Will Thompson Luis Valbuena Pablo Sandoval German Duran Mike Mooney Steve Murphy Travis Becktel

TEAM Yakima VOLCANOES Everett VOLCANOES Spokane VOLCANOES Spokane Tri-City

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POS DH RHP LHP RHRP LHRP MGR MVP

PLAYER Lizahio Baez Mike Madsen Darin Downs Brian Anderson Brad Kilby Steve Decker Steve Murphy

TEAM Spokane Vancouver Boise VOLCANOES Vancouver VOLCANOES Spokane

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2005 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE WILL THOMPSON, S-K MIKE MOONEY, S-K PABLO SANDOVAL, S-K RUNS MIKE MOONEY, S-K Casey Craig, EVT Dave Gregg, BOI TRIPLES MIKE MOONEY, S-K Santiago Guerrero, EUG Chris Rahl, YAK

TOTAL BASES MIKE MOONEY, S-K Steve Murphy, SPO Trey Hendricks, YAK STOLEN BASES Davy Gregg, BOI Casey Craig, EVT JOEY DYCHE, S-K

.384 .342 .330

GAMES Trey Hendricks, YAK Derek Bruce, YAK PABLO SANDOVAL, S-K

76 75 75

AT BATS MIKE MOONEY, S-K Trey Hendricks, YAK Davy Gregg, BOI

57 53 53

HITS MIKE MOONEY, S-K PABLO SANDOVAL, S-K Trey Hendricks, YAK

104 97 89

DOUBLES Derek Bruce, YAK Steve Murphy, SPO Phillip Cuadrado, T-C

28 23 21

RBI Luis Valbuena, EVT PABLO SANDOVAL, S-K Freddie Thon, SPO Phillip Cuadrado, T-C Michael Paulk, T-C

51 50 49 45 45

9 7 5

157 136 133 36 18 17

HOME RUNS Freddie Thon, SPO Luis Valbuena, EVT Lazahio Baez, SPO John Mayberry, SPO J. B. Tucker, EVT

12 12 11 11 11

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE J. B. Tucker, EVT Steve Murphy, SPO Freddie Thon, SPO BASE ON BALLS Travis Becktel, T-C Reed Eastley, EVT Michael Paulk, T-C

.580 .533 .519 37 37 37

ON BASE PERCENTAGE WILL THOMPSON, S-K Reed Eastley, EVT Travis Becktel, T-C STRIKEOUTS Pedro Strop, T-C Daryl Jones, EUG Mike Saunders, EVT

304 301 300

.452 .434 .412 86 81 74

PITCHING LEADERS WINS SERGIO ROMO, S-K Six Players tied at

7 6

LOSSES Angel Rocha, YAK Six Players tied at

8 7

GAMES John Madden, EUG Alfredo Fernandez, EUG George Delgado, T-C

38 33 32

GAMES STARTED Steve Delabar, EUG Chris Kemlo, YAK Doug Mathis, SPO

16 16 16

SAVES BRIAN ANDERSON, S-K George Delgado, T-C Brad Kilby, VAN

19 15 14

STRIKEOUTS Shane Lindsay, T-C Angel Rocha, YAK DAVE McKAE, S-K

116 93 83

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage SERGIO ROMO, S-K Hits Allowed Chris Kemlo, YAK Runs Allowed Chris Kemlo, YAK Earned Runs Allowed Kellen McConnell, SPO Home Runs Allowed TAYLOR WILDING, S-K Hit Batters Steve Delabar, EUG Wild Pitches Angel Rocha, YAK

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.875 (7-1) 116 65 51 12 15 17

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Mike Madsen, VAN Brent Carter, EUG Shane Lindsay, T-C

1.69 1.88 1.89

INNINGS PITCHED Chris Kemlo, YAK Doug Mathis, SPO Zach Simons, T-C Buzz Vargas, T-C

88.2 84.0 82.2 82.2

WALKS Angel Rocha, YAK James Freeman, T-C Shane Lindsay, T-C

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Davy Gregg, BOI Sacrifice Flies Ramon Downing, YAK Hit By Pitch Phillip Cuadrado, T-C Caught Stealing Davy Gregg, BOI Grounded into DP Three tied with

53 46 34

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The Northwest League of Professional Baseball celebrated its 50th anniversary season in 2004 and its teams marked the milestone with an appropriate tribute: a pair of dramatic pennant races that saw six clubs—three in each division—contending for the title with three days to play. One of those teams was the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes. After leading Salem-Keizer to a division title in 2003, Joe Strain returned for his second season as the Volcanoes manager and led them out of the gate at a brisk pace. For the second straight year, the club was over .500 after 20 games, and their 14-10 record after 24 games would be the best in franchise history. After losing to Eugene in extra innings on Opening Night, Salem-Keizer came from behind to win the next two games. On June 19, the Volcanoes spotted the Emeralds a 5-3 lead before rallying to win, 9-5. Second basemen Kevin Frandsen went 4-4 with a pair of doubles while a quartet of relievers blanked the Ems on two hits over 7 innings. The next night, fans got their first look at Craig Whitaker, the 19-year old Texan who had been a first round draft choice in 2003. They liked what they saw. In 4 innings, the lanky righthander allowed only two hits and struck out seven as S-K won, 10-7. While Whitaker was considered a true “blue chip” prospect, Joe Strain began the season with a roster short on high draft choices. Clay Timpner (4th round), a fleet centerfielder with dazzling defensive skills, and first baseman Will Thompson (7th round) were the only “Top 10” picks from the 2004 draft with the club on Opening Night, and just seven of the Giants’ first 20 selections were in uniform, the smallest number in the Volcanoes’ eight-year history. Yet Strain and his coaches, Jerry Cram and Gary Davenport, liked their club. The players were comfortable in the clubhouse, competitive on the field and they came to play every day. In Spokane, Salem-Keizer dropped three of five with each loss coming by a single run. (The Volcanoes would lose their first five one-run decisions before going 11-4 in one-run games the rest of the season.) In the series’ third game, Simon Klink blasted two home runs and a double and drove in five runs and Timpner went 3-4 with three RBI’s to lead the Volcanoes to a 10-4 triumph. The win went to Darren Sack who allowed four hits and struck out nine in 5 innings. Doug Mackay earned his first victory the following night with 5 shutout innings. Back at The Crater, Salem-Keizer won four of five against Yakima and finished June with an 8-5 record, one game behind division-leading Everett, the early favorite in the West. Through a scheduling quirk, the Volcanoes wouldn’t meet Everett until August 16 and then play 12 of their last 20 games against them. S-K’s hitters flourished against Yakima, getting 55 hits and outscoring the Bears 34-22. Jeff Palumbo was 7-14, Charlie Babineaux was 8-15 with a pair of home runs and Klink had nine RBI’s. The team’s hottest hitter, however, was Brian Horwitz, a free agent from the University of California. Projected to be a reserve outfielder, Horwitz earned a regular berth after opening the season with an 11-game hitting streak. He would lead the league in batting (.347) and base hits (93) and set a franchise record for doubles with 24. Salem-Keizer opened July in Eugene. Though the Emeralds finished with the league’s worst record (26-50), they would win seven of 12 games with the Volcanoes. Led by catcher Colt Morton’s four home runs, the Ems won two of three games at Civic 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

Stadium and two out of three at The Crater. Salem-Keizer was 10-9. One bright spot was the pitching of Garrett Broshuis, a fifth round selection from Missouri. On July 2, in his first start, he blanked the Ems for 5 innings in a 4-1 victory. (He’d improve to 3-0 earning a quick promotion to San Jose.) Whitaker’s effort on July 5 was another highlight. In a 10-3 win, he pitched 6 innings of one-hit, shutout ball to gain his first victory. However, starts of this duration would be few and far between. Strain and pitching coach Jerry Cram would have to deal with the inconsistency of their starting staff all season. That was a dramatic change from the previous year. Nothing separated the 2003 and ’04 Volcanoes more than the innings pitched by the starters. In 2003, a rotation anchored by Jesse Floyd, Pat Misch, Brooks McNiven and Ben Thurmond pitched 385 innings (5.07/game). The starters worked 5 or more innings 48 times, 6 or more innings 34 times and pitched 7 or more innings in 11 games. In 2004, the starters threw 317 innings (4.17/game). They pitched 5 innings or more 32 times, but there were only five games when a starter completed 6 innings and no one pitched 7. While pitch counts were up, so were strikeouts. This was a staff with “live” arms; they’d set a franchise record with 686 strikeouts (9.0/gm.) including 19 at Tri-City on July 31. Fortunately, Salem-Keizer had a deep bullpen, led by hardthrowing righthanders Anthony Moreno and Chase Smith and a quartet of southpaws: Adam Gardner, Geno Espineli, Nathan Pendley and closer Mike Kunes. One of the Volcanoes good young arms was Jesus Reina. In the opener at Yakima, July 7, the 20-year old lefthander fanned 10 in 5 innings of one-hit shutout ball. Yet, S-K trailed 1-0 in the 9th before Frandsen tied the score with a dramatic home run just inside the foul pole. In the 10th, catcher Nick Conte’s sacrifice fly gave Salem-Keizer a 2-1 victory. By winning four of five games in the series, the Volcanoes (14-10) moved within one game of first place. The toughest loss of the season was just ahead. On July 13, Salem-Keizer hosted Tri-City in the opener of a five-game series. In the second inning, with runners at first and second and two outs, the Dust Devils’ Pedro Strop hit a ground ball towards Kevin Frandsen at second base. As Kevin came in to field the ball, he was hit from the side by Tri-City’s 200-pound catcher Rick Guarno, the runner moving from first to second. Guarno would be called out for interference, but Frandsen would be lost for the season with a broken collarbone. Things only got worse when S-K squandered a 10-6 lead in the 9th and eventually lost the game in the 11th. When the Devils won the next two games, 7-4 and 17-4, the euphoria that followed the successful trip to Yakima had been forgotten. Redemption came the following day. On July 16, the Volcanoes and Tri-City staged a thriller. Will Thompson’s three-run homer gave Salem-Keizer an early 5-2 lead but the Dust Devils knotted the score in the 4th. Horwitz broke the 5-5 tie with an RBI single in the 7th but Kunes—who had not allowed a run since June 21—could not hold the lead, yielding the tying run in the 9th. In the 10th, the Devils went in front 6-5 before turning the game over to their dominant closer, Jim Miller (1-1, 0.97, 17 Saves). With one out, Conte singled and Miller issued back-to-back walks before Horwitz doubled home the tying and winning runs. That night, the Volcanoes 99


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celebrated more than an 8-7 victory. They’d also regained their self-respect. After winning the finale, 8-3, the Volcanoes were 16-13 and off to Canada for six games. Despite a 12-17 record, Vancouver was now a team to watch. During the week, the Canadians added five prospects that Oakland has chosen in the first five rounds of the draft. The makeover made them a contender. The Volcanoes roster was also changing. Pitchers Justin Hedrick, the Giants’ sixth round pick, and Matt Minor, who had five Saves in the Arizona Rookie League, made their debuts July 20. San Francisco’s top draft pick, Eddy Martinez-Esteve, a first team All-American from Florida State, and shortstop Kyle Haines, who was hitting .339 in Arizona, joined the club right after the Vancouver trip. Haines, Palumbo—who could play second or short— and second baseman Ryan Strain, son of the Volcanoes’ skipper, would share middle infield duties the rest of the year. There was still concern about the inconsistency of the starting rotation. When Reina faced only ten batters in a 10-3 loss in Vancouver July 18, it marked the seventh consecutive game a starter had failed to last 5 innings. That string would end the next day when Darren Sack worked 6 1/3 innings in a tough 3-1 setback. After losing four of six in Canada, S-K returned home and won three of five against Boise. Momentum would prove elusive for the Volcanoes all season—the club’s longest winning streak was three games—and the team took a step back in TriCity, dropping four of five games. In S-K’s lone victory, on July 31, Whitaker, Moreno and Gardner combined for a club-record 19 strikeouts. Gardner fanned nine to earn the win in relief and Horwitz tied a team record with three doubles. At the All-Star break, Salem-Keizer was 22-23, tied with Vancouver for second in the West, trailing Everett by three. By virtue of winning the division title in 2003, Joe Strain had been selected to manage the West in the Northwest League’s historic 50th Anniversary All-Star Game, the first the league had held since adopting a short season format in 1966. Each team was represented by six players. The Volcanoes selections were outfielders Clay Timpner and Brian Horwitz, infielders Jeff Palumbo and Simon Klink and pitchers Craig Whitaker and Mike Kunes. The game, played in Spokane Tuesday, August 3, before 6,775 fans, was won by the East, 6-4. The Volcanoes had two new players in their lineup when they hosted Vancouver in the opener of a six-game series August 5. John Bowker, San Francisco’s third round draft choice, replaced Martinez-Esteve in left after Eddy was sent to Hagerstown, and Jonathan Sanchez, 5-0 in Arizona, moved into the starting rotation. Salem-Keizer won the first three games, the third when John Acha homered in the 10th to break a scoreless tie. In the last game of the series, Sanchez—in his second start—pitched 5 innings of two-hit, shutout ball for his first win. After winning four of six from Vancouver, the Volcanoes were 26-25. They led the Canadians by two, but still trailed Everett by three. Salem-Keizer won three of five games in Boise. Timpner—who was 12-21 in the series—had three hits and drove in five runs as the Volcanoes took the opener, 10-9. After being blanked in the second game, S-K won the third as Chase Smith threw 4 innings of hitless relief and Bowker—who was 10-22 in the series—went 4-5 with a double and a home run. After the series, Pendley was called up to San Jose and Todd Jennings, the team’s All-Star catcher in 2003, rejoined the club after having shoulder surgery in the spring. Twenty games were left and finally Everett (32100

24) and Salem-Keizer (29-27) would meet for the first time. The series would open at The Crater, August 16. The Volcanoes held the Sox to just four hits in the opener, but three were home runs off Sack and Everett won 6-4. On the 17th, S-K trailed 1-0 in the bottom of the 9th but tied the score on Babineaux’s dramatic two-out single to left. In the 12th, Haines led off with a double and scored on Palumbo’s one-out single to give Salem-Keizer a 2-1 victory. In the third game, the Volcanoes made five errors and stranded a dozen. Everett won 5-2. On August 20, the series shifted to Everett. The game was scoreless through five innings as Reina matched offerings with the league’s best pitcher, Shawn Nottingham. In the 6th, the Sox broke through with three runs and won 6-1. Nottingham allowed only four hits and struck out 12 in 8 innings. On Saturday, August 21, Everett scored four times in the 8th inning to beat the Volcanoes 6-3 and, on Sunday, pushed across a run in the 10th to win 2-1. In the season’s most important series, the AquaSox had won five of six games. Salem-Keizer was seven games out with 14 to play. After winning three of five against Spokane, the Volcanoes were 33-34 and 4 ½ games out of first. There was also a new leader in the West. While Everett dropped four of five games to Boise, Vancouver won four of five in Yakima. After winning 15 of 18 games, the Canadians were now a half game in front of the AquaSox. With nine games left, the Volcanoes traveled down I-5 to meet a Eugene team that had lost 17 of its last 20 games. Bowker and Jennings hit three-run homers as S-K won the opener 10-4, but the Ems—a nemesis for the Volcanoes all season—took the next two, 5-2 and 4-0. Salem-Keizer was 5 ½ games back with six to play, now on the brink of elimination. The Volcanoes (34-36) would finish the season with six games against Everett (38-32) while Vancouver (39-30) had seven games left with Eugene. In Everett, S-K won three straight: 9-7, 13-3 and 10-2, getting 41 hits in their best offensive series of the summer. Horwitz, the club’s lone representative on the NWL All-Star team, went 7-14 to virtually lock up the league batting title. John Odom, the team’s most improved pitcher, won the opener with 4 1/3 innings of one-hit relief. Sanchez fanned 11 in 5 innings to win the second game and Whitaker chalked up his 4th victory in the third. In Vancouver, Eugene won two of three from the Canadians; the Volcanoes were still alive. Salem-Keizer’s faint pennant hopes ended September 3, when the Volcanoes lost to Everett and Vancouver split a doubleheader in Eugene. On September 4, Boise clinched the title in the East; and, on the final day of the season, the Canadians won the flag in the West. After losing their last three games, the Volcanoes finished 37-39, five games back. Boise won the Championship Series from Vancouver in three consecutive games and the Northwest League’s Golden Anniversary season had come to a close. There was one more milestone to celebrate. On September 3, Salem-Keizer welcomed Don Ferschweiler as the one millionth fan to attend a game at Volcanoes Stadium. In doing so, Salem-Keizer became the second franchise in Northwest League history to reach 1,000,000 fans in its first eight seasons. (The Portland Rockies were the first.) How quickly the years had gone...and how satisfying they had been. As fans left the ballpark, they were already looking forward to the following June and another season. Somehow, it seemed right around the corner. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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2004 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS SAVE RECORD GB PLACE 6/18 EUG L 2‑4* 3447 Espineli (0‑1) 0‑1 ‑1 T‑3rd 6/19 EUG W 9‑5 3485 Sobieraj (1‑0) 1‑1 ‑1 T‑2nd 6/20 EUG W 10‑7 4010 Smith (1‑0) 2‑1 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 6/21 @SPO L 2‑3 Kunes (0‑1) 2‑2 ‑1 T‑2nd 6/22 @SPO L 6‑7 Sobieraj (1‑1) 2‑3 ‑2 T‑2nd 6/23 @SPO W 10‑4 Sack (1‑0) 3‑3 ‑2 2nd 6/24 @SPO W 4‑1 Mackay (1‑0) Pendley (1) 4‑3 ‑2 2nd 6/25 @SPO L 6‑7 Wohlgemuth (0‑1) 4‑4 ‑2 2nd 6/26 YAK W 6‑2 3372 Sobieraj (2‑1) Kunes (1) 5‑4 ‑1 2nd 6/27 YAK W 3‑1 3092 Broshuis (1‑0) 6‑4 ‑1 2nd 6/28 YAK W 10‑5 3108 Gardner (1‑0) 7‑4 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 6/29 YAK L 4‑6 2895 Jenson (0‑1) 7‑5 ‑1 2nd 6/30 YAK W 11‑8 3194 Smith (2‑0) Pendley (2) 8‑5 ‑1 2nd 7/1 @EUG L 3‑11 Odom (0‑1) 8‑6 ‑1 2nd 7/2 @EUG W 4‑1 Broshuis (2‑0) 9‑6 ‑1 2nd 7/3 @EUG L 4‑5 Smith (2‑1) 9‑7 ‑2 2nd 7/4 EUG L 0‑9 5329 Mackay (1‑1) 9‑8 ‑3 2nd 7/5 EUG W 10‑3 2555 Whitaker (1‑0) 10‑8 ‑3 2nd 7/6 EUG L 3‑4 2369 Odom (0‑2) 10‑9 ‑3 2nd 7/7 @YAK W 2‑1* Broshuis (3‑0) Kunes (2) 11‑9 ‑3 2nd 7/8 @YAK L 4‑7 Smith (2‑2) 11‑10 ‑3 2nd 7/9 @YAK W 4‑2 Mackay (2‑1) Kunes (3) 12‑10 ‑2 2nd 7/10 @YAK W 8‑4 Whitaker (2‑0) Espineli (1) 13‑10 ‑2 2nd 7/11 @YAK W 5‑3 Moreno (1‑0) Kunes (4) 14‑10 ‑1 2nd 7/13 T-C L 10‑11* 2474 Smith (2‑3) 14‑11 ‑1 2nd 7/14 T-C L 4‑7 3210 Sack (1‑1) 14‑12 ‑2 2nd 7/15 T-C L 4‑17 2557 Mackay (1‑2) 14‑13 ‑2 2nd 7/16 T-C W 8‑7* 3170 Kunes (1‑1) 15‑13 ‑1 2nd 7/17 T-C W 8‑3 3576 Moreno (2‑0) 16‑13 ‑1 2nd 7/18 @VAN L 3‑10 Reina (0‑1) 16‑14 ‑2 2nd 7/19 @VAN L 1‑3 Sack (1‑2) 16‑15 ‑3 2nd 7/20 @VAN W 5‑4 Smith (3‑3) Minor (1) 17‑15 ‑3 2nd 7/21 @VAN L 7‑8 Espineli (0‑2) 17‑16 ‑3 2nd 7/22 @VAN W 8‑4 Pendley (1‑0) 18‑16 ‑3 2nd 7/23 @VAN L 4‑10 Reina (0‑2) 18‑17 ‑4 2nd 7/24 BOI W 8‑7* 2873 Espineli (1‑2) 19‑17 ‑4 2nd 7/25 BOI L 2‑4 3479 Mackay (2‑3) 19‑18 ‑4 2nd 7/26 BOI L 1‑3 2612 Whitaker (2‑1) 19‑19 ‑4 2nd 7/27 BOI W 5‑4 3005 Pendley (2‑0) 20‑19 ‑3 2nd 7/28 BOI W 13‑1 2519 Reina (1‑2) 21‑19 ‑3 2nd 7/29 @T-C L 1‑4 Sack (1‑3) 21‑20 ‑3 2nd 7/30 @T-C L 0‑6 Mackay (2‑4) 21‑21 ‑3 2nd 7/31 @T-C W 11‑6 Gardner (2‑0) 22‑21 ‑3 2nd 8/1 @T-C L 1‑7 Raguse (0‑1) 22‑22 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/2 @T-C L 3‑5 Reina (1‑3) 22‑23 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/5 VAN W 5‑4 2947 Moreno (3‑0) Minor (2) 23‑23 ‑2 2nd 8/6 VAN W 8‑7 2761 Sack (2‑3) Minor (3) 24‑23 ‑1.5 2nd 8/7 VAN W 1‑0* 4195 Hedrick (1‑0) 25‑23 ‑2 2nd 8/8 VAN L 5‑7 2899 Raguse (0‑2) 25‑24 ‑2 2nd 8/9 VAN L 3‑6 2525 Odom (0‑3) 25‑25 ‑3 2nd 8/10 VAN W 6‑1 4070 Sanchez (1‑0) 26‑25 ‑3 2nd 8/11 @BOI W 10‑9 Mackay (3‑4) Minor (4) 27‑25 ‑2 2nd 8/12 @BOI L 0‑4 Whitaker (2‑2) 27‑26 ‑2 2nd 8/13 @BOI W 5‑3 Smith (4‑3) Moreno (1) 28‑26 ‑2 2nd 8/14 @BOI W 9‑1 Reina (2‑3) 29‑26 ‑2 2nd 8/15 @BOI L 7‑8 Sanchez (1‑1) 29‑27 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/16 EVT L 2‑6 2724 Sack (2‑4) 29‑28 ‑4 3rd 8/17 EVT W 2‑1* 2649 Smith (5‑3) 30‑28 ‑3 3rd 8/18 EVT L 2‑5 3335 Raguse (0‑3) 30‑29 ‑4 3rd 8/20 @EVT L 1‑6 Reina (2‑4) 30‑30 ‑5 3rd 8/21 @EVT L 3‑6 Espineli (1‑3) 30‑31 ‑6 3rd 8/22 @EVT L 1‑2* Odom (0‑4) 30‑32 ‑7 3rd 8/23 SPO W 7‑2 2572 Moreno (4‑0) Espineli (2) 31‑32 ‑6 3rd 8/24 SPO L 3‑7 2654 Hedrick (1‑1) 31‑33 ‑6 3rd 8/25 SPO L 5‑14 2544 Smith (5‑4) 31‑34 ‑6.5 3rd 8/26 SPO W 3‑2* 3357 Moreno (5‑0) 32‑34 ‑5 3rd 8/27 SPO W 7‑0 3972 Odom (1‑4) 33‑34 ‑4.5 3rd 8/28 @EUG W 10‑4 Whitaker (3‑2) 34‑34 ‑4.5 3rd 8/29 @EUG L 2‑5 Moreno (5‑1) 34‑35 ‑4.5 3rd 8/30 @EUG L 0‑4 Reina (2‑5) 34‑36 ‑5.5 3rd 8/31 @EVT W 9‑7 Odom (2‑4) Espineli (3) 35‑36 ‑5.5 3rd 9/1 @EVT W 13‑3 Sanchez (2‑1) 36‑36 ‑4.5 3rd 9/2 @EVT W 10‑2 Whitaker (4‑2) 37‑36 ‑3.5 3rd 9/3 EVT L 1‑8 2617 Hedrick (1‑2) 37‑37 ‑4 3rd 9/4 EVT L 3‑8 3866 Reina (2‑6) 37‑38 ‑4 3rd 9/5 EVT L 5‑15 2910 Sack (2‑5) 37‑39 ‑5 3rd * Extra Innings (10 innings: 7/7, 7/16, 7/24, 8/7, 8/22; 11 innings: 7/13; 12 innings: 6/18, 8/17, 8/26)

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2004 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Acha, John Babineaux, Charlie Bone, Kyle Bowker, John Conte, Nick Felix, Maximo Frandsen, Kevin Groth, Brad Haines, Kyle Horwitz, Brian Jennings, Todd Klink, Simon Martinez-Esteve, E. Mooney, Mike Palumbo, Jeff Paulino, Adalberto Strain, Ryan Thompson, Will Timpner, Clay Yens, Jose TEAM

AVG .165 .246 .154 .323 .215 .210 .296 .050 .261 .347 .329 .258 .286 .100 .288 .176 .198 .293 .293 .282 .268

G 38 55 15 31 44 21 25 13 32 71 17 67 10 3 65 14 40 62 68 41 76

AB 109 199 39 127 135 62 98 40 119 268 70 260 35 10 260 34 126 225 294 142 2652

R 12 30 3 23 12 9 22 1 15 41 7 41 5 0 44 3 19 43 37 18 385

H 18 49 6 41 29 13 29 2 31 93 23 67 10 1 75 6 25 66 86 40 710

2B 3 8 0 9 2 3 5 1 5 24 3 12 4 1 10 2 5 12 7 6 122

3B 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 12

HR 2 8 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 2 3 11 0 0 0 2 1 1 5 3 46

RBI 12 33 2 16 10 7 14 0 11 44 11 44 2 3 25 7 12 27 28 24 332

BB 8 8 3 8 14 2 9 7 12 21 3 27 6 0 34 1 24 37 20 2 246

SO 31 50 13 25 23 19 9 10 18 34 12 78 7 2 29 6 18 34 35 31 484

SB 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 3 0 0 6 0 2 0 16 4 41

CS 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 17

OBP .266 .287 .214 .390 .290 .254 .369 .208 .328 .407 .356 .347 .405 .100 .371 .222 .333 .400 .339 .302 .343

SLG .238 .417 .154 .520 .230 .339 .439 .075 .303 .466 .500 .431 .400 .200 .335 .412 .278 .360 .381 .415 .375

WP 1 1 5 2 1 3 8 3 6 5 2 3 8 4 0 3 2 14 1 72

BK 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

2004 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W- L Broshuis, Garrett 3-0 Espineli, Geno 1-3 Gardner, Adam 2-0 Hedrick, Justin 1-2 Jenson, Kevin 0-1 Kunes, Mike 1-1 Mackay, Doug 3-4 Minor, Matt 0-0 Moreno, Anthony 5-1 Odom, John 2-4 Pendley, Nathan 2-0 Raguse, Matt 0-3 Reina, Jesus 2-6 Sack, Darren 2-5 Sanchez, Jonathan 2-1 Smith, Chase 5-4 Sobieraj, Aaron 2-1 Whitaker, Craig 4-2 Wohlgemuth, T. 0-1 TEAM 37-39

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ERA 1.37 5.10 2.54 3.27 10.45 4.09 6.18 4.96 3.44 5.01 2.45 7.16 5.40 6.23 4.84 2.23 2.49 3.44 6.14 4.46

G 5 22 19 11 6 21 16 15 21 20 15 14 15 16 6 20 8 15 7 76

GS 2 0 0 4 0 0 9 0 0 5 0 6 13 16 6 0 0 15 0 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14

IP 20 30 50 33 10 33 51 16 50 59 18 28 57 69 22 32 22 71 7 678

H 15 29 38 22 14 34 67 18 41 82 14 39 68 81 16 18 18 58 8 680

R 4 18 19 14 13 19 39 9 22 39 6 26 42 55 13 14 6 33 7 398

ER 3 17 14 12 12 15 35 9 19 33 5 22 34 48 12 8 6 27 5 336

HR 0 0 2 3 4 3 1 1 6 2 0 5 4 15 3 1 1 4 1 55

HB 3 1 1 3 2 0 6 4 3 6 0 4 3 6 1 4 2 7 4 60

BB 4 8 30 17 9 14 23 7 11 19 8 16 20 27 19 17 8 43 6 306

SO 23 37 59 44 11 30 39 16 47 55 20 33 55 55 34 32 15 77 4 686

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2004 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 13 (vs. Boise 7/28; @ Everett 9/1) Hits 19 (vs. Boise 7/28) Doubles 6 (@ Tri-City 7/31) Triples 2 (@ Everett 8/31) Home Runs 2 (9 times) 11 (vs. Yakima 6/30; vs. Boise 7/28; @ RBI Everett 9/1)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 2 (vs. Boise 7/28) Most Hits 19 (vs. Tri-City 7/15) Most Runs 17 (vs. Tri-City 7/13) Earned Runs 15 (vs. Everett 9/5) Strikeouts 19 (@ Tri-City 7/31)

Strikeouts

13 (@ Everett 8/20)

Hit Batters

Base on Balls

8 (vs. Tri-City 7/16; @ Everett 8/21) 3 (vs. Vancouver 8/10; @ Everett 8/22; @ Everett 9/2) 3 (@ Eugene 7/2) 12 (4 times: 7/16, 7/27, 8/18, 8/27)

Wild Pitches

4 (vs. T-C 7/15; vs. T-C 7/16; @ Everett 9/2) 6 (@ Tri-City 7/31)

Balks

1 (3 times)

Most Left on Base

16 (@ Vancouver 7/18; @ Tri-City 7/31)

Hit by Pitch Stolen Bases Left on Base

Base on Balls

10 (vs. Vancouver 8/5)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2004 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:16 3:49 12 2:05 2:05 5,329 7,126 2,369 919 3 4 5 4 3 4

vs. T-C 7/16 (11 innings) @ EVT 8/31 vs. EUG 6/18, vs. EVT 8/17, vs. SPO 8/26 @ VAN 7/19 @ VAN 7/19 vs. EUG 7/4 @ EUG 7/3 vs. EUG 7/6 @ T-C 8/1 (6/26-6/28; 7/9-7/11; 8/5-8/7; 8/26-8/28; 8/31-9/2) (8/18-8/22) (6/19-6/28; 7/27-8/7) (7/6-7/15) (7/9-7/11; 8/31-9/2) (8/15-8/22)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2004 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

W 2 6 11 5 4 4 5 8 23 37 0 37 5 4 6 6 5 3 8 15 22 8 14 13 2 3 3 5 6 5 6 9

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W 2 5 8 2 2 2 4 3 11 20 0 20 3 1 4 3 3 2 4 8 12 6 6 8 0 2 3 3 2 2 3 5

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L 1 2 2 5 3 2 1 5 1 18 0 18 3 5 2 2 2 3 1 10 8 2 7 6 3 4 3 4 3 1 2 1

W 0 1 3 3 2 2 1 5 12 17 0 17 2 3 2 3 2 1 4 7 10 2 8 5 2 1 0 2 4 3 3 4

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L 3 1 7 2 4 2 1 5 7 21 2 19 4 3 4 2 3 4 1 11 10 3 9 9 0 5 4 1 1 4 4 2

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2004 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST Vancouver* Everett SALEM-KEIZER Eugene

W 42 41 37 26

L 34 35 39 50

Pct. .553 .539 .487 .342

GB --1 5 16

Manager Dennis Rogers Pedro Grifol Joe Strain Roy Howell

Attendance 140,037 106,627 118,929 117,547

EAST Boise* Spokane Tri-City Yakima

42 41 40 35

34 35 36 41

.553 .539 .526 .461

--1 2 7

Tom Beyers Darryl Kennedy Ron Gideon Bill Plummer

107,936 169,075 54,101 51,544

*Boise defeated Vancouver, three games to none, to win Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM VOLCANOES Vancouver Everett Boise Yakima Tri-City Spokane Eugene

AVG .268 .267 .267 .262 .261 .260 .255 .248

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2652 2610 2588 2572 2610 2592 2635 2605

R 385 427 448 373 403 370 427 354

H 710 697 690 674 680 673 671 647

2B 122 133 170 114 117 131 153 144

3B 12 25 17 21 13 21 7 12

HR 46 43 49 55 62 58 75 68

RBI 332 378 402 337 368 334 390 320

BB 246 322 286 204 283 266 365 233

SO 484 579 602 536 541 576 688 675

SB 41 47 124 57 41 30 65 47

CS 17 17 48 41 17 27 21 21

L 35 36 34 34 41 39 35 50

ERA 3.73 4.01 4.20 4.37 4.46 4.46 4.79 5.13

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ShO 4 6 4 1 2 3 0 3

SV 17 23 20 21 13 14 18 11

IP 689.1 684.0 675.1 667.2 668.1 678.1 672.1 662.2

H 683 621 671 692 739 680 680 676

R 362 378 374 373 423 398 423 456

ER 286 305 315 324 331 336 358 378

HR 64 43 41 39 50 55 82 72

BB 221 283 290 226 260 306 314 305

SO 599 631 548 521 562 686 567 567

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Spokane Tri-City Boise Vancouver Yakima VOLCANOES Everett Eugene

W 41 40 42 42 35 37 41 26

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Vancouver VOLCANOES Boise Spokane Everett Tri-City Yakima Eugene

PCT .971 .968 .968 .967 .966 .965 .962 .958

PO 2003 2035 2026 2068 2017 2052 2005 1988

A 756 747 847 797 793 780 798 764

E 82 92 96 98 98 104 111 121

TC 2841 2874 2969 2963 2908 2936 2920 2873

DP 53 76 66 67 74 55 65 65

PB 9 11 17 10 30 13 31 18

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PLAYER Mike Nickeas Lachlan Dale Erik Dean Matt Macri Asdrubal Cabrera Brian Horwitz Javier Herrera Luis Montanez

TEAM Spokane Eugene Tri-City Tri-City Everett VOLCANOES Vancouver Boise

POS DH RHP LHP RHRP LHRP MGR MVP

PLAYER Chris Carter A. J. Shappi Shawn Nottingham Jim Miller Jerry Blevins Tom Beyers Javier Herrera

TEAM Yakima Yakima Everett Tri-City Boise Boise Vancouver

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2004 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE BRIAN HORWITZ, S-K Chris Carter, YAK Matt Macri, T-C

.347 .335 .333

RUNS Erik Schindewolf, YAK Mark Reynolds, YAK Nic Blasi, YAK

65 58 57

TRIPLES Luis Montanez, BOI Jud Thigpen, T-C Brandon Green, EVR

7 5 4

TOTAL BASES Chris Carter, YAK Javier Herrera, VAN Travis Metcalf, SPO

148 146 145

STOLEN BASES Yung-Chi Chen, EVR Javier Herrera, VAN Tug Hulett, SPO

25 23 19

GAMES Lachlan Dale, EUG Thomas Everidge, VAN Several Players tied at

74 74 73

AT BATS Carlos Gonzalez, YAK CLAY TIMPNER, S-K Thomas Everidge, Van

300 294 292

HITS BRIAN HORWITZ, S-K Javier Herrera, VAN CLAY TIMPNER, S-K Chris Carter, YAK

93 87 86 86

DOUBLES Oswaldo Navarro, EVR BRIAN HORWITZ, S-K Jim Fasano, SPO Travis Metcalf, SPO

27 24 21 21

HOME RUNS Colt Morton, EUG Chris Carter, YAK Lachlan Dale, EUG Travis Metcalf, SPO

17 15 15 15

RBI Chris Carter, YAK Travis Metcalf, SPO Brandon Green, EVR Mike Nickeas, SPO

63 62 55 55

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Chris Carter, YAK Matt Macri, T-C Javier Herrera, VAN BASE ON BALLS Tug Hulett, SPO Erik Schindewolf, YAK Chris Carter, YAK

.576 .569 .555 68 51 46

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Tug Hulett, SPO Chris Carter, YAK Erik Schindewolf, YAK STRIKEOUTS Lachlan Dale, EUG Joe Koshansky, T-C SIMON KLINK, S-K

.444 .436 .421 87 84 78

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Shawn Nottingham, EVR Aaron Jensen, EVR Several Players tied at

9 7 6

LOSSES William Ponce, EUG John Tetuan, T-C Steven Register, T-C Mumba Rivera, EVR

9 8 7 7

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Clint Brannon, SPO A. J. Shappi, YAK Matt Weber, BOI

0.59 1.75 2.95

88.2 82.1 80.0

GAMES Jim Miller, T-C Chris Thompson, YAK Chris Kemlo, YAK

34 32 31

GAMES STARTED DARREN SACK, S-K Aaron Jensen, EVR Several Players tied with

16 16 15

INNINGS PITCHED Shawn Nottingham, EVR Tomas Cabaniel, VAN Aaron Jensen, EVR

SAVES Jim Miller, T-C Jarrad Burcie, VAN Mark Lowe, EVR

17 8 7

STRIKEOUTS Shawn Nottingham, EVR CRAIG WHITAKER, S-K Tomas Cabaniel, VAN

87 77 74

WALKS CRAIG WHITAKER, S-K Juan Morillo, T-C Kendall Bergdall, EVR

43 41 40

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Jasha Balcom, BOI Sacrifice Flies Travis Metcalf, SPO Hit By Pitch Bobby Deeb, T-C Caught Stealing (tie) Jasha Balcom, BOI Tug Hulett, SPO Grounded into DP SIMON KLINK, S-K

12 6 14 7 7 13

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Three tied at, Hits Allowed Aaron Jensen, EVR Runs Allowed Danny De la O, EUG Earned Runs Allowed Danny De la O, EUG Home Runs Allowed DARREN SACK, S-K Hit Batters Kevin Altman, SPO Wild Pitches CRAIG WHITAKER, S-K

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The 2003 Season: Where Giant Dreams Begin If you’d submitted the story to Disney, it would have been rejected as unbelievable. After all, teams don’t come from behind to win six games in a row. Yet in one magical week in June, as the season was just unfolding, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes put together the most remarkable winning streak in franchise history and built the foundation for another trip to the Northwest League Championship Series. It started innocently. On June 22, the Volcanoes were playing the second game of a five-game series in Boise. The Hawks led 2-1 after 8. Mike Wagner and Travis Ishikawa opened the 9th with consecutive singles. After a sacrifice, Brad Vericker singled to left to score both runs. The Volcanoes won 3-2. On June 23, Salem-Keizer trailed by two entering the 9th. Wagner’s single capped a two-run rally that tied the game 6-6. In the 10th, the Volcanoes erupted for seven runs and a 13-6 victory. On June 24, it happened again. Trailing 3-2 going to the 9th, a walk, a balk and a single by Todd Jennings tied the score at 3. In the 10th, Derek Barrows’ three-run homer gave S-K a 6-3 win. In the final game of the series, the Hawks carried a 5-4 lead into the 8th before Salem-Keizer rallied for three runs and a 7-6 triumph. It was the first time the Volcanoes had ever won a regular season series in Boise. To fully appreciate what the Volcanoes accomplished is to understand how difficult it was. During the 2003 season, the league’s other seven teams combined for only 14 victories in 230 games when trailing after 7 innings. Spokane was 0-20, Everett was 1-39 and Eugene was 2-39 when they trailed after 7. Yet, here was Salem-Keizer, stringing together dramatic comebacks night after night in manner that absolutely defied the odds. And they weren’t done yet. Back at “The Crater,” the Volcanoes (5-3) opened a five-game series against Spokane (5-3). Salem-Keizer erased a one-run deficit in the 5th and took the lead on Brad Vericker’s home run in the 6th. The Indians knotted the score at 2-2 in the 8th. In the bottom of the 9th, a walk, sacrifice and Tim Hutting’s RBI single gave the Volcanoes their fifth consecutive come from behind victory. There was more drama on Friday night. In his second start, Ben Thurmond pitched 5 innings of no-hit ball but left trailing, 1-0. Ryan Sadowski and Kellen Ludwig extended the no-hitter into the 8th but the Volcanoes still trailed as they came to bat. Then Ishikawa walked with one out, Wagner singled and Jennings was hit by a pitch. Barrows singled in the tying run and Brett Boyer’s single plated two more. Ace reliever Andrew Jefferson retired the first two batters in the 9th to bring S-K within one out of the team’s first no-hitter, but Kevin Richardson walked and Josh Kruezer singled before he recorded the final out. Salem-Keizer won 3-1. Following back-to-back losses to Spokane, Salem-Keizer won the rubber game of the series 5-0 behind the five-hit pitching of Mike Musgrave and Tim Alvarez. The Volcanoes (8-5) then opened the door to July with a 6-0 victory in Eugene. The winning pitcher was Jesse Floyd, a free agent from Lamar University making his third start. In 18 innings he’d allowed 14 hits and one earned run. He became the ace of the staff and his 1.73 ERA would lead the league. Floyd wasn’t the only free agent who had a major impact for Salem-Keizer. Brad Vericker was a four-year starter for Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. He’d 106

lead the league in home runs (15) and slugging pct. (.547), tie the franchise records for home runs and doubles (19) and earn a spot on the NWL All-Star team. The Volcanoes brought a 10-6 record back to the Stadium on the Fourth of July to begin a six-game home stand. 5,468 fans packed the park for the annual Fireworks Spectacular in the opener against Vancouver. Tim Hutting homered and Derek Barrows had three hits to help lefty Pat Misch gain his first win, 7-5. Misch, a poised seventh round selection from Western Michigan, would win 7 games, lead the league in innings (87) and post a 2.18 ERA. On July 6, the Volcanoes improved to 12-7 with a 6-5 win over the Canadians. Floyd gave up four hits and two runs in 6 innings and Jefferson logged his 5th Save. Mike Wagner extended his hitting streak to 10 games while Aaron Hornostaj had a single, home run and three RBI’s to help S-K maintain a one game lead over Eugene. On July 8, for the second time in two weeks, the staff tossed a one-hitter. This time they lost 1-0 despite the efforts of Ryan Sadowski and Brooks McNiven. The loss to the AquaSox was Salem-Keizer’s third 1-0 defeat of the season and indicative of a pattern that continued all summer: the Volcanoes won when they scored six or more runs and regularly lost when they did not. When the team scored six times or more, they were 34-5. When scoring less than six runs, they were 9-28. (In both 2001 and 2002, S-K won 20 games when scoring less than six runs.) In Spokane, the Volcanoes were swept in a five-game series for the second time in history. When the series ended, Salem-Keizer was 13-14 and two games out of first. After a 12-7 start, they had lost seven of their last eight games. The team’s problems in Spokane were the result of injuries to the pitching staff. Manager Strain and pitching coach Trevor Wilson scrambled to fill in the blanks after ailments sidelined Thurmond, Sadowski and Musgrave, and Pat Misch had to take emergency leave after his brother-in-law was tragically killed in an auto accident. Only Floyd and Daniel Portorreal remained in the regular rotation and “Porto” continued to struggle with his control. Joe Bateman made two 5-inning starts in Spokane and McNiven, a fourth round pick from the University of British Columbia, moved into the rotation to stay. The Volcanoes losing streak reached six when they fell to TriCity 9-6 on July 16, but the following night catcher Todd Jennings went 4-4 and Floyd pitched 6 strong innings as S-K beat the Dust Devils 10-2. Two more victories boosted Salem-Keizer into a first place tie with Eugene at 16-15. The series also introduced two new regulars to S-K fans: centerfielder Jon Coutlangus and second round draft choice Nate Schierholtz, a hard-hitting third baseman who debuted July 13 and was batting .356 by the end of the month. Coutlangus was a gifted defensive player who moved into the leadoff spot after going 6-12 in the Tri-City series. On July 21, Pat Misch rejoined the team in Vancouver after his brother-in-law’s funeral and made his first start in 12 days. Working through a swirl of emotions, Misch walked five in 5 innings but did not allow a hit. In the 6th, the Canadians broke through with a pair of doubles and three runs. Misch left the mound to a standing ovation from his teammates. The Volcanoes would win eight of their next 10. On July 22, Floyd pitched 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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7 shutout innings as Salem-Keizer beat Vancouver 7-1. He was now 4-0 with a 0.61 ERA and the talk of the league. Three days later, Vericker hit a one-out home run in the 10th to give the Volcanoes a 4-3 victory over Yakima. It was his second homer of the game and his 11th of the season. The team moved back into a first place tie with Eugene. Both clubs were 20-17. After winning three of five against Yakima, Salem-Keizer returned to Vancouver July 30 and swept the three-game series. McNiven, a B. C. native, won his third straight game in the opener while Misch blanked the Canadians on four hits over 7 innings to win the finale. It was a different story at home against Boise as the Volcanoes lost three of five. The Hawks knocked out Floyd after 4 innings and handed losses to McNiven and Misch. Jefferson, who had not allowed an earned run all year, gave up five in a 10-6 loss in the opener. On the plus side, Portorreal pitched his best game of the year August 3, allowing three hits over 7 innings in a 7-0 victory; and, on August 5, the Volcanoes rallied from a 6-0 deficit to win 11-8. Salem-Keizer (26-22) left for Yakima early August 7, leading Eugene by two. In Yakima, the Volcanoes lost the first two games before winning the last three, thanks largely to the Bears’ porous defense which committed 14 errors in the final three contests. On August 12, Vancouver came to the Stadium and proceeded to sweep a series of nail biters. With the team’s “table-setters,” Coutlangus and Hornostaj sidelined with injuries, the Canadians won the opener, 5-4, took the second game in 10 innings, 5-4, and went 12 innings to claim the finale, 6-3. The Volcanoes’ lead over Eugene had been trimmed to one game; Vancouver trailed by two. Coutlangus and Hornostaj were back at the top of the order when the Volcanoes opened the series in Pasco August 15 and their presence recharged the offense. Salem-Keizer scored 37 runs on 60 hits in the series and took four of five games. Hornostaj had nine hits; Coutlangus and Mike Wagner each had eight. Thurmond (3-0), Misch (5-5) and Floyd (5-3) all picked up wins with Misch working 8 innings of three-hit ball and Floyd tossing 6 scoreless innings in a return to form. With 15 games left, S-K (33-28) headed home to meet Eugene, still leading by one. In the season’s biggest series, Salem-Keizer responded like champions, winning all three games with Eugene. In the opener, the Volcanoes exploded for seven runs in the second inning and rolled to a 13-6 victory. Jesse Schmidt had a home run and two singles, scored three runs and drove in three. Brad Vericker cracked his 14th round tripper and Ben Thurmond scattered four hits over 6 innings to win his fourth game. The Volcanoes tied a club record with four double plays and their season total of 79 would lead the league and set a franchise record. On August 22, S-K beat the Ems 6-1. Misch, Sadowski and Jeff Petersen scattered eight hits while Coutlangus had three hits, Vericker two doubles and Ishikawa a pair of triples. On the 23rd, the series shifted to Eugene. The Ems sent their ace, Sean Thompson (5-1), to the hill against Anthony Moreno who had just come up from the Arizona Rookie League. Moreno blanked the Emeralds until the 5th when Eugene scored five runs to take a 5-3 lead. S-K scored single runs in the 7th and 8th to knot the score at 5. In the 12th, singles by Hutting and Vericker, sandwiched around a walk to Jennings, loaded the bases with nobody out. Ishikawa, who had homered and doubled earlier in the game, then walked to force in the go-ahead run. Joe Bateman 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

struck out five in two innings to pick up the win and Jefferson notched his 12th Save. The lead was four with 12 to play. After back-to-back losses in Everett, the Volcanoes won five straight to lock up the division title August 30. The clincher came with an 8-3 victory at Eugene behind the pitching of McNiven and Mike Musgrave. Coutlangus led a 14-hit attack with four hits. The win came a day after Floyd had painted another masterpiece on the mound with 7 innings of one-hit shutout ball to earn a standing ovation from 4,414 at the Crater. It was his last start of the regular season as Joe Strain would rest him for Game 1 of the Championship Series with Spokane. The Volcanoes tuned up for the playoffs with a 10-6 victory in Everett, finishing the regular season 43-33, four games ahead of Eugene. Salem-Keizer had gone 14-6 over the last 20 games, but there were concerns about the offense as the Championship Series began. Nate Schierholtz (.306, 3 HR, 29 RBI) had been hit by pitches three times against Eugene August 21 and was lost for the season with a fractured bone in his hand. On September 2, Mike Wagner (.276, 5, 44) suffered a knee injury in Everett that would require surgery after the season. Though he was in the starting lineup for Game 1, Mike would have to leave the game after six innings. Spokane took Game 1 at Volcanoes Stadium 10-0. Unbeaten Wes Littleton (6-0) and three relievers allowed just five hits and the Indians scored six runs off Floyd in 5 innings. Game 2 now became critical and it would be the most dramatic of the year. Pat Misch and the Indians’ Matt Lorenzo hooked up in a classic pitchers’ duel on Saturday night, September 6. The Volcanoes took an early 2-0 lead. Adam Fox put the Indians on the board with a solo home run in the 5th, but S-K still held a 2-1 lead when Misch left the game after 7. In the 8th, Jeremy Cleveland reached on Tim Hutting’s error and Andrew Wishy doubled off Jeff Petersen to tie the score. A one-out walk to Dane Bubela put runners on first and second. Josh Kruezer’s double gave Spokane the lead, 3-2. With runners on second and third, Chris Alexander hit a fly to Schmidt in right field. Bubela tagged up and tried to score but Jesse cut him down with a perfect throw home. AllStar catcher Todd Jennings was knocked off his feet in a violent collision at the plate but held the ball for the third out. Both players were forced to leave the game; Jennings suffered a concussion that would sideline him for the rest of the Series. Spokane added a run in the 9th to take a 4-2 lead and called on closer Dave Mazurek to pitch the bottom of the 9th. With two outs, Schmidt singled and Ishikawa walked bringing up Tim Hutting, the steady shortstop who had suffered his worst day in the field with three errors. A wild pitch moved the runners to second and third. Then, on a 2-2 pitch with every fan standing, Hutting singled to center to tie the score. In the 10th, a pair of walks, a sacrifice and a two-run single by Fox ended the drama and gave Spokane a 6-4 win and a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five series. The Indians would claim the Championship at home with an 11-4 victory in the rain in Game 3. Salem-Keizer’s seventh season had been exciting and memorable. The Volcanoes had won their third division title in six years and introduced another talented class of prospects to the world of professional baseball. All of these players had shared a journey they wouldn’t trade for any price and memories that would last a lifetime. This was where their childhood dreams had led them. This was where their Giant Dreams began. 107


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2003 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/16 7/17 7/18 7/19 7/20 7/21 7/22 7/23 7/24 7/25 7/26 7/27 7/28 7/30 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 8/21 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

OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS EUG L 3‑14 4157 Portorreal (0‑1) EUG L 1‑2 2848 Misch (0‑1) EUG W 8‑4 2975 Alvarez (1‑0) @BOI L 0‑1 Ludwig (0‑1) @BOI W 3‑2 Bateman (1‑0) @BOI W 13‑6* NeSmith (1‑0) @BOI W 6‑3* McNiven (1‑0) @BOI W 7‑6 Alvarez (2‑0) SPO W 3‑2 2762 Bateman (2‑0) SPO W 3‑1 3309 Ludwig (1‑1) SPO L 5‑6 3066 McNiven (1‑1) SPO L 10‑12 2608 Misch (0‑2) SPO W 5‑0 2693 Musgrave (1‑0) @EUG W 6‑0 Floyd (1‑0) @EUG W 3‑2 Portorreal (1‑1) @EUG L 0‑1 McNiven (1‑2) VAN W 7‑5 5468 Misch (1‑2) VAN L 2‑9 2768 Musgrave (1‑1) VAN W 6‑5 2718 Floyd (2‑0) EVT L 3‑4 2270 Portorreal (1‑2) EVT L 0‑1 2509 Sadowski (0‑1) EVT W 6‑1 2944 Misch (2‑2) @SPO L 4‑10 Bateman (2‑1) @SPO L 0‑3 Alvarez (2‑1) @SPO L 3‑7 Portorreal (1‑3) @SPO L 4‑15 McNiven (1‑3) @SPO L 6‑7* Jefferson (0‑1) T-C L 6‑9 2528 Petersen (0‑1) T-C W 10‑2 3012 Floyd (3‑0) T-C W 6‑3 2753 Anderson (1‑0) T-C W 3‑1 3847 McNiven (2‑3) T-C L 0‑2 3080 Musgrave (1‑2) @VAN L 1‑6 Misch (2‑3) @VAN W 7‑1 Floyd (4‑0) @VAN W 8‑4 Portorreal (2‑3) YAK W 7‑1 2827 McNiven (3‑3) YAK W 4‑3* 3357 Jefferson (1‑1) YAK L 3‑4 4181 Misch (2‑4) YAK L 0‑1 3234 Floyd (4‑1) YAK W 6‑4 2599 Portorreal (3‑3) @VAN W 7‑2 McNiven (4‑3) @VAN W 7‑4 Sadowski (1‑1) @VAN W 6‑1 Misch (3‑4) BOI L 6‑10 3013 Jefferson (1‑2) BOI W 7‑0 3470 Portorreal (4‑3) BOI L 5‑8 2580 McNiven (4‑4) BOI W 11‑8 2624 Thurmond (1‑0) BOI L 0‑3 3516 Misch (3‑5) @YAK L 5‑6 Floyd (4‑2) @YAK L 3‑9 Portorreal (4‑4) @YAK W 8‑7 McNiven (5‑4) @YAK W 6‑5 Thurmond (2‑0) @YAK W 8‑4 Misch (4‑5) VAN L 4‑5 2945 Floyd (4‑3) VAN L 4‑5* 3057 Jefferson (1‑3) VAN L 3‑6* 3004 Bateman (2‑2) @T-C W 8‑4 Thurmond (3‑0) @T-C W 6‑4 Misch (5‑5) @T-C L 4‑8 Sanchez (0‑1) @T-C W 10‑0 Floyd (5‑3) @T-C W 9‑5 Petersen (1‑1) EUG W 13‑5 3088 Thurmond (4‑0) EUG W 6‑1 3777 Misch (6‑5) @EUG W 7‑5* Bateman (3‑2) @EVT L 1‑4 Floyd (5‑4) @EVT L 4‑10 McNiven (5‑5) @EVT W 8‑2 Petersen (2‑1) EVT W 4‑3 2881 Thurmond (5‑0) EVT W 7‑3 2220 Kunes (1‑0) EVT W 3‑0 4414 Floyd (6‑4) @EUG W 8‑3 McNiven (6‑5) @EUG L 2‑5 Reina (0‑1) EUG W 9‑4 3453 Misch (7‑5) @EVT L 7‑8 Moreno (0‑1) @EVT L 3‑9 Sadowski (1‑2) @EVT W 10‑6 McNiven (7‑5)

SAVE

Jefferson (1) Jefferson (2) Bateman (1) Jefferson (3) Alvarez (1) Bateman (2) Jefferson (4) Jefferson (5)

Jefferson (6) Jefferson (7)

Petersen (1) Thurmond (1)

Jefferson (8) Thurmond (2) Jefferson (9)

Jefferson (10)

Jefferson (11) Bateman (3)

Kunes (1)

Jefferson (12)

Jefferson (13) Musgrave (1)

Bateman (4)

RECORD GB PLACE 0‑1 ‑1 T‑3rd 0‑2 ‑2 4th 1‑2 ‑1 4th 1‑3 ‑2 T‑3rd 2‑3 ‑2 T‑3rd 3‑3 ‑2 T‑2nd 4‑3 ‑2 2nd 5‑3 ‑2 2nd 6‑3 ‑2 2nd 7‑3 ‑1 2nd 7‑4 ‑1 2nd 7‑5 ‑1 2nd 8‑5 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 9‑5 +1 1st 10‑5 +2 1st 10‑6 +1 1st 11‑6 +2 1st 11‑7 +1 1st 12‑7 +1 1st 12‑8 +1 1st 12‑9 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 13‑9 +1 1st 13‑10 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 13‑11 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 13‑12 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 13‑13 ‑1 T‑2nd 13‑14 ‑2 T‑3rd 13‑15 ‑2 T‑3rd 14‑15 ‑2 T‑3rd 15‑15 ‑1 T‑2nd 16‑15 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 16‑16 ‑1 T‑2nd 16‑17 ‑2 T‑2nd 17‑17 ‑2 2nd 18‑17 ‑2 2nd 19‑17 ‑1 2nd 20‑17 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 20‑18 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 20‑19 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 21‑19 +1 1st 22‑19 +1 1st 23‑19 +2 1st 24‑19 +2 1st 24‑20 +2 1st 25‑20 +3 1st 25‑21 +2 1st 26‑21 +2 1st 26‑22 +2 1st 26‑23 +2 1st 26‑24 +1 1st 27‑24 +2 1st 28‑24 +3 1st 29‑24 +3 1st 29‑25 +2 1st 29‑26 +1 1st 29‑27 +1 1st 30‑27 +1 1st 31‑27 +1 1st 31‑28 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 32‑28 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 33‑28 +1 1st 34‑28 +2 1st 35‑28 +3 1st 36‑28 +4 1st 36‑29 +3 1st 36‑30 +2 1st 37‑30 +3 1st 38‑30 +4 1st 39‑30 +4 1st 40‑30 +5 1st 41‑30 +6 1st 41‑31 +5 1st 42‑31 +6 1st 42‑32 +5 1st 42‑33 +4 1st 43‑33 +4 1st

NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

9/5 SPO L 0‑10 1405 Floyd (0‑1) 0‑1 9/6 SPO L 4‑6* 1642 Musgrave (0‑1) 0‑2 9/9 @SPO L 4‑11 Thurmond (0‑1) 0‑3 * Extra Innings (10 innings: 6/23, 6/24, 7/14, 7/25, 8/13, 9/6; 12 innings: 8/14, 8/23)

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2003 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Barrows, Derek Boyer, Brett Ciesluk, Chris Coutlangus, Jon D’Jesus, Francisco Diaz, Randor Dobson, Pat Garrido, Tomas Hornostaj, Aaron Hutting, Tim Ishikawa, Travis Jennings, Todd Knowlton, Jay LaBarbera, A. J. Lunsford, Trey Schierholtz, Nate Schmidt, Jesse Vericker, Brad Wagner, Mike Williams, Jon TEAM

AVG .211 .270 .167 .301 .234 .000 .231 .226 .311 .218 .254 .296 .310 .216 .300 .306 .261 .284 .276 .260 .267

G 33 47 4 51 23 2 15 37 64 64 66 59 8 11 3 35 64 70 64 35 76

AB 109 100 12 176 64 4 52 124 257 248 248 233 29 37 10 124 211 243 257 100 2638

R 17 16 1 34 5 1 2 7 38 29 53 27 4 6 0 23 31 47 42 14 397

H 23 27 2 53 15 0 12 28 80 54 63 69 9 8 3 38 55 69 71 26 705

2B 3 5 0 7 0 0 4 5 9 7 17 9 0 3 0 6 11 19 14 7 126

3B 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 20

HR 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 0 0 0 3 5 15 5 0 41

RBI 12 9 2 24 2 0 3 11 33 31 31 32 3 2 3 29 27 47 44 12 357

BB 12 8 0 25 2 0 6 6 19 25 44 15 2 5 2 12 29 48 17 14 291

SO 14 29 4 31 9 3 18 23 30 32 77 36 5 5 1 15 50 58 46 19 505

SB 1 3 0 7 0 0 2 5 10 4 0 5 1 3 0 0 8 0 2 0 51

CS 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 18

OBP .293 .327 .167 .394 .269 .333 .322 .261 .359 .300 .376 .346 .375 .318 .429 .382 .354 .404 .348 .348 .348

SLG .294 .360 .417 .392 .234 .000 .346 .282 .377 .258 .391 .391 .310 .297 .300 .460 .384 .547 .420 .330 .377

WP 2 0 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 4 3 7 0 3 3 2 44

BK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

2003 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W- L Alvarez, Tim 2-1 Anderson, Luke 1-0 Bateman, Joe 3-2 Floyd, Jesse 6-4 George, Chris 0-0 Jefferson, Andrew 1-3 Kunes, Mike 1-0 Ludwig, Kellen 1-1 Martin, Sean 0-0 McNiven, Brooks 7-5 Misch, Pat 7-5 Moreno, Anthony 0-1 Musgrave, Mike 1-2 NeSmith, Travis 1-0 Petersen, Jeff 2-1 Portorreal, Daniel 4-4 Reina, Jesus 0-1 Sadowski, Ryan 1-2 Sanchez, Jose 0-1 Thurmond, Ben 5-0 TEAM 43-33

ERA 2.38 1.59 6.63 1.73 8.24 4.38 4.60 3.38 3.46 3.62 2.18 7.94 3.51 4.08 4.19 5.60 9.82 3.16 12.15 1.93 3.77

G 14 3 26 14 13 26 18 17 10 16 14 4 15 14 17 12 3 15 4 14 76

GS 0 0 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 11 14 4 9 0 1 12 0 3 0 6 76

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CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 1 0 4 0 0 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 23

IP 23 6 38 83 20 25 31 21 13 70 87 17 49 18 34 53 4 31 7 51 680

H 20 4 47 67 25 24 31 21 8 74 78 27 51 16 36 61 5 22 9 44 670

R 8 1 31 18 20 13 16 9 5 40 33 18 26 10 18 37 5 11 9 15 343

ER 6 1 28 16 18 12 16 8 5 28 21 15 19 8 16 33 4 11 9 11 285

HR 1 0 6 5 3 3 6 1 1 1 3 1 4 2 4 4 0 2 1 1 49

HB 4 0 3 4 0 4 2 2 1 3 7 4 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 1 43

BB 8 4 10 19 14 6 7 10 8 16 20 8 19 17 11 48 4 22 8 9 268

SO 18 8 30 76 24 26 23 24 12 45 61 6 54 21 26 16 2 26 9 45 552

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2003 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 13 (@ Boise 6/23; vs. Eugene 8/21) Hits 18 (vs. Tri-City 7/17) Doubles 5 (@ Vancouver 7/31) Triples 3 (@ Tri-City 8/19) Home Runs

3 (@ Eugene 7/1)

RBI Strikeouts Base on Balls Hit by Pitch Stolen Bases

12 (vs. Eugene 8/21) 15 (@ Boise 6/25) 8 (@ Tri-City 8/18) 5 (@ Tri-City 8/15) 5 (@ Yakima 8/9) 14 (@ Vanc. 7/23; vs. Vanc. 8/14, 12 inn.)

Most Left on Base

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 1 (vs. Spokane 6/27; vs. Everett 7/8) Most Hits 17 (@ Spokane 7/13; @ Everett 8/25) Most Runs 15 (@ Spokane 7/13) Earned Runs 14 (vs. Spokane 7/13) 13 (@ T-C 8/19; vs. Eugene 8/13, 12 Strikeouts innings) Base on Balls 13 (vs. Vancouver 8/13, 10 innings) Hit Batters 3 (@ Tri-City 8/17) Wild Pitches 4 (@ Vancouver 7/31) Balks 1 (3 times) Most Left on Base 16 (vs. Vancouver 8/13, 10 innings)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2003 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winnings Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:05 3:28 12 2:00 2:00 5,468 7,218 2,270 898 6 6 6 4 5 7

vs. VAN 8/14 (12 innings) @ VAN 7/31 vs. VAN 8/14, @ EUG 8/23 @ BOI 6/21 @ BOI 6/21 vs. VAN 7/4 @ SPO 7/11 vs. EVT 7/7 @ T-C 8/18 (6/22-6/27) (7/10-7/16) (8/21-9/1) (8/6-8/14) (8/9-8/16) (7/3-7/21)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2003 Record in shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Championship Series

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W 5 4 9 6 5 7 7 9 24 43 3 40 8 6 7 6 3 7 6 21 22 8 15 18 2 4 6 6 6 7 9 5 0

TOTAL

L 7 3 13 2 7 3 1 7 8 33 3 30 4 6 5 4 7 3 4 15 18 5 14 12 2 7 5 3 5 5 2 6 3

W 3 1 4 4 3 2 4 4 10 21 1 20 4 4 2 2 3 3 3 10 11 4 9 7 1 2 3 1 2 5 7 1 0

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L 4 2 8 2 4 1 0 2 2 17 0 17 2 2 4 3 2 2 2 8 9 4 7 6 0 3 2 2 4 2 0 4 2

W 2 3 5 2 2 5 3 5 14 22 2 20 4 2 5 4 0 4 3 11 11 4 6 11 1 2 3 5 4 2 2 4 0

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L 3 1 5 0 3 2 1 5 6 16 3 13 2 4 1 1 5 1 2 7 9 1 7 6 2 4 3 1 1 3 2 2 1

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2003 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST SALEM-KEIZER* Eugene Vancouver Everett

W 43 39 35 32

L 33 37 41 44

Pct. .566 .513 .461 .421

GB --4 8 11

Manager Joe Strain Roy Howell Dennis Rodgers Pedro Grifol

Attendance 119,556 130,657 137,026 110,043

EAST Spokane* Yakima Tri-City Boise

50 45 33 27

26 31 43 49

.658 .592 .434 .355

--5 17 23

Darryl Kennedy Bill Plummer Ron Gideon Steve McFarland

170,640 60,037 58,976 104,156

* Spokane defeated Salem-Keizer, three games to none, to win Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM VOLCANOES Spokane Everett Yakima Vancouver Eugene Boise Tri-City

AVG .267 .267 .260 .257 .256 .246 .233 .228

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2638 2586 2565 2588 2553 2588 2534 2526

R 397 454 361 402 326 346 269 289

H 705 584 666 664 654 636 590 575

2B 126 137 109 153 136 104 99 120

3B 20 25 19 22 14 22 19 20

HR 41 44 35 39 22 36 54 36

RBI 357 400 307 357 294 299 244 254

BB 291 375 244 301 347 251 175 251

SO 505 551 537 580 505 610 636 631

SB 51 45 117 96 54 99 73 42

CS 18 23 48 23 33 29 40 26

L 26 37 31 33 43 41 49 44

ERA 3.38 3.69 3.74 3.77 3.84 4.06 4.13 4.45

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ShO 7 3 7 5 5 3 6 2

SV 26 20 22 23 19 18 18 19

IP 676.2 679.1 676.1 679.2 675.2 671.0 669.0 662.2

H 609 605 650 670 667 690 625 668

R 289 339 355 343 348 373 401 396

ER 254 279 281 285 288 303 307 328

HR 26 44 47 49 22 36 33 50

BB 258 307 267 268 237 240 319 339

SO 513 654 559 552 439 585 634 619

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Spokane Eugene Yakima VOLCANOES Tri-City Vancouver Boise Everett

W 50 37 45 43 33 35 27 32

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Spokane VOLCANOES Tri-City Everett Vancouver Eugene Yakima Boise

PCT .977 .969 .968 .966 .963 .963 .959 .956

PO 2030 2039 2027 1988 2013 2038 2029 2007

A 865 853 874 740 742 719 778 770

E 69 93 97 95 105 107 120 128

TC 2964 2985 2998 2823 2860 2864 2927 2905

DP 70 79 77 53 31 64 62 60

PB 10 12 10 12 13 12 12 19

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF

PLAYER Todd Jennings Brian Dopirak Nick Orlandos Jamie D’Antona Omar Quintanilla Jeremy Cleveland Brian Wahlbrink Conor Jackson

TEAM VOLCANOES Boise Everett Yakima Vancouver Spokane Eugene Yakima

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POS DH RHP LHP RHRP (tie) RHRP (tie) LHRP MGR MVP

PLAYER Brad Vericker Felix Hernandez Sean Thompson Eddie Bonine Dustin Glant Clint Goocher Darryl Kennedy Conor Jackson

TEAM VOLCANOES Everett Eugene Eugene Yakima Yakima Spokane Yakima

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2003 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Dane Bubela, SPO Jeremy Cleveland, SPO Conor Jackson, YAK

.323 .322 .319

RUNS Jeremy Cleveland, SPO TRAVIS ISHIKAWA, S-K Dane Bubela, SPO TRIPLES Sandy Almonte, T-C Andrew Wishy, SPO Peter Ramos, EUG Ian Kinsler, SPO

GAMES Peeter Ramos, EUG Andrew Wishy, SPO Chris Colton, EVT

74 72 71

AT BATS Peeter Ramos, EUG Alex Frazier, YAK Jamie D’Antona, YAK

64 53 51

HITS Nick Orlandos, EVR Conor Jackson, YAK Brian Wahlbrink, EUG

84 82 81

DOUBLES Conor Jackson, YAK Jeremy Cleveland, SPO BRAD VERICKER, S-K

35 20 19

9 7 6 6

HOME RUNS BRAD VERICKER, S-K Jamie D’Antona, YAK Brian Dopirak, BOI Kyle Boyer, BOI

15 15 13 9

RBI Conor Jackson, YAK Jamie D’Antona, YAK Andrew Wishy, SPO Jeremy Cleveland, SPO

60 57 55 53

TOTAL BASES Jamie D’Antona, YAK Conor Jackson, YAK BRAD VERICKER, S-K

140 137 133

STOLEN BASES Steve Garrabrants, YAK Chris Walker, BOI Brandon Simon, YAK

30 25 24

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE BRAD VERICKER, S-K Conor Jackson, YAK Jamie D’Antona, YAK BASE ON BALLS Andrew Wishy, SPO Luke Appert, VAN BRAD VERICKER, S-K

.547 .533 .517 54 49 48

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Dane Bubela, SPO Jeremy Cleveland, SPO Andrew Wishy, SPO STRIKEOUTS Ryan Fox, T-C Brian Wahlbrink, EUG TRAVIS ISHIKAWA, S-K

290 276 271

.436 .432 .416 82 82 77

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Rob Corrado, SPO BROOKS McNIVEN, S-K PAT MISCH, S-K

8 7 7

GAMES Leo Rosales, EUG Dustin Glant, YAK James Darby, EUG

36 34 33

SAVES Dustin Glant, YAK J. P. Gagne, T-C Eddie Bonine, EUG

18 16 14

LOSSES Beau Hintz, EVR Ching-Lung Lo, T-C Victor Ramirez, EVR Pedro Salas, T-C GAMES STARTED Mike McGirr, VAN Several Players tied at

16 15

STRIKEOUTS Richard Hill, BOI Sean Thompson, EUG Sean Marshall, BOI

99 97 88

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Sean Thompson, EUG Hits Allowed Manuel Corpas, T-C Runs Allowed Manuel Corpas, T-C Earned Runs Allowed Manuel Corpas, T-C Home Runs Allowed Five Players tied at, Hit Batters Audy Alcantara, EVT Tomas Santiago , T-C Wild Pitches Stephen Schilsky, VAN

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7 7 7 7

.875 (7-1) 98 61 54 7 11 11 11

EARNED RUN AVERAGE JESSE FLOYD, S-K Brad Knox, VAN PAT MISCH, S-K Matt Farnum, SPO

1.73 2.06 2.18 2.39

INNINGS PITCHED PAT MISCH, S-K William Juarez, YAK Manuel Corpas, T-C

86.2 85.1 84.0

WALKS DANIEL PORTORREAL, S-K Anderson Mejia, BOI Sean Thompson, EUG

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits AARON HORNOSTAJ, S-K Sacrifice Flies (tie) Jeremy Cleveland, SPO Josh Kreuzer, SPO Hit By Pitch Brian Rose, YAK Caught Stealing (tie) Chris Colton, EVT Chris Walker, BOI Grounded into DP Eduardo Cornejo, VAN

48 47 39

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VOLCANOES The 2002 Season: Let The Lava Flow

After riding the crest of a record-breaking season in 2001 that featured the best record in the area’s baseball history and a sweep of the Northwest League Championship Series, the SalemKeizer Volcanoes returned to the familiar pace of a pressurepacked pennant race in 2002. A year after winning the West by 14 games, the fight for the flag—as was the case in 1998, 1999 and 2000—would be decided over the last two days of the season. The Volcanoes fell to Boise, 7-2, in the opener and manager Fred Stanley quickly discovered scoring runs would not come easily. In their first 13 games, Salem-Keizer was held to less than three runs eight times. They scored more than five runs just once. On July 1, the Volcanoes were 5-8, had a collective batting average of .200 and had hit just one home run. Tucked into the first two weeks of the season were two series unprecedented in the club’s history. After dropping three of five games to Boise, the Volcanoes made their first road trip to Tri-City. Every game ended in a shutout. The Dust Devils won the first two (5-0, 3-0) and Salem-Keizer took the next three. On June 28, the Volcanoes returned to The Crater to meet Vancouver. When the Canadians swept the three-game series, it marked the first time the Volcanoes ever had been swept at home. The Volcanoes found a cure for their collective batting slump with the arrival of San Francisco’s second and third round draft choices, Fred Lewis and Daniel Ortmeier. Their impact was immediate. Opening a series in Everett on July 1, S-K had 15 hits and won 5-2. They pounded out 16 hits in the second game—four each by Ortmeier and Randy Walter—and rolled to a 10-3 victory. In the final game, Greg Bruso, Luke Nelson and Ben Mitchell combined on a six-hitter and Ortmeier blasted a 450’ home run as the Volcanoes won 4-0. It had been a breakout series, with 40 hits and 19 runs. Leading the attack were Lewis (6-13), Ortmeier (8-13), Walter (7-12) and Jake Wald (6-13). The Volcanoes were 8-8, back at .500. Fred Stanley was hoping the Everett series would serve as a springboard for his ball club. Instead, Salem-Keizer returned home with an embarrassing performance against Yakima on the Fourth of July. In front of the largest crowd of the season (5,036), the Volcanoes allowed 13 hits, six walks, hit two batters and made six errors in a 9-7 setback. Yet, the following night the team rallied in spectacular fashion, scoring four in the 9th to tie the game at 7 and won it in the 11th on Peter Maestrales home run over the right field fence. And so it went, back and forth, as Salem-Keizer alternated wins and losses for nine days. (By the end of July, when the Volcanoes were 21-21, they had been at .500 an amazing 13 times.) Yet, Stanley and his staff—pitching coach Trevor Wilson and hitting coach Steve Decker—remained confident. On July 7, Luke Nelson pitched 4 innings of shutout relief as S-K rallied to beat Yakima 6-5. The Volcanoes’ 10-10 record marked the first time in franchise history the team had been at .500 after 20 games. There were promising signs. Lewis was batting .458 and Ortmeier was hitting .410. Karl Jernigan had raised his average to .294 and was catching everything in centerfield. After looking for a “number two” hitter, Stanley had settled on David Stone; and despite his .240 average, Stone was producing. He was an excellent bunter and had a discerning eye at the plate; his .435 on base percentage would lead the league. Other than the disastrous 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

showing on July 4, Salem-Keizer had developed into fine defensive club. From June 24 through July 16, they made less than two errors in 18 of 22 games. On the mound, Greg Bruso had emerged as the ace of the staff. A Division II All-American from UC Davis, Bruso was a 16th round draft choice who became a starter after one appearance in relief. After pitching 5 shutout innings in Everett, July 3, he held Yakima to a pair of hits and an unearned run in 6 innings on the 8th. In his next start, he blanked Eugene on three hits over 7 innings and struck out 11. High pitch counts and inconsistency were a concern for the rest of the starters. After 30 games, Clay Hensley, Josh Habel, Matt Palmer and Scott Munter had a combined record of 5-3. Glenn Woolard had replaced Munter in the rotation while Habel and Palmer would soon give way to Kevin Correia (a late signee) and Joe Bateman, who had been outstanding in long relief. Mitchell, the closer, had been “lights out,” making 10 appearances without giving up a run. After hosting Yakima, Salem-Keizer won two of three in Vancouver and four of six against Eugene, but the team also lost Jernigan with a wrist injury that would sideline him for the season. In Boise, the Volcanoes dropped four of five games. They were now 17-18 and five games out of first. There was no way to predict the Volcanoes offensive explosion against Tri-City on July 24. The team had hit just 10 home runs all season. Then, in the series opener with the Dust Devils, the Volcanoes rewrote their record book with a 20-hit attack that featured six round trippers. Salem-Keizer set franchise records for hits, home runs, extra base hits (9), total bases (42), and the most runs (11), hits (9) and batters (15) in one inning. David Stone and Randy Walter each belted two homers as the Volcanoes won 16-1. On the 25th, Derek Bell homered twice and Glenn Woolard pitched 7 shutout innings in a 6-0 victory. After S-K won the third game, 8-1, momentum shifted as the Devils won the final two. The Volcanoes were 20-20, six games behind Everett. Salem-Keizer started their pennant drive with a four-game winning streak that began August 1. For Stanley, it rekindled memories of his first Volcanoes team in 2000. They had won 12 of 15 games from August 2-16 and climbed from last place, six games back, to second, just one game off the lead. His 2001 club had gone 26-8 after July 31, growing stronger every week. This was just the kind of progress the Giants wanted to see; the operative word was development. After winning four of five in Yakima, the Volcanoes (24-21) returned home to meet Everett. The opener was tied 1-1 after six. After the Sox took a 2-1 lead in the 7th, S-K knotted the score in the 9th and won in the 11th when Aaron Sobieraj doubled and scored on Anthony Turco’s single. Sobieraj, who was batting just .214 at the end of July, would emerge as the club’s top hitter in August, batting .350 with 19 RBI’s. After Salem-Keizer and Everett split their last two games, the Volcanoes were 26-22, three games behind the AquaSox. For the first time, they were alone in second place. Yet, the series also brought the team’s greatest concern into focus: they were stranding far too many runners. The numbers jumped off the page. In three games, Salem-Keizer had scored 12 runs on 34 hits. They left 36 men on base. The Volcanoes 2001 championship team had 689 hits and drew 279 walks. They batted .261 and scored 113


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416 runs (5.5/game). In 2002, Salem-Keizer had more hits (694) and more walks (294) plus a higher batting average (.264) but scored 48 fewer runs! By season’s end, the Volcanoes had left 645 men on base, the highest total for a NWL team since 1994. On August 7, the Volcanoes went to Spokane where they won three of five. Ortmeier’s two-run homer in the 6th won the opener and helped Clay Hensley improve to 4-0. Ben Mitchell earned his seventh save, his fourth in nine days. On August 10, 18-year old first baseman Travis Ishikawa made his Volcanoes debut and went 4-4. S-K won the rubber game of the series, 3-2, when Luke Nelson threw 4 innings of one-hit relief to pick up his seventh win without a loss as Mitchell logged another save. The Volcanoes were 29-24 and trailed Everett by two. After winning eight of 11, Salem-Keizer was playing its best baseball of the season. The starting pitchers were working deeper into games and the bullpen had allowed only 27 hits and 10 runs in 45 innings during this span. Now, the league’s hottest teams met at Volcanoes Stadium. While S-K was closing in on Everett, Eugene had climbed into the race with an improbable 10-game winning streak. After being 12 games out on July 28 (when they were 14-26), the Emeralds (26-27) were within five games of the lead. In the opener, the Volcanoes wasted a strong performance from Hensley who allowed three hits in 7 innings. Salem-Keizer took a 4-0 lead to the 9th before the Ems rallied for seven runs with two outs to win 7-4. The second game was scoreless until the 9th when Eugene used two errors and a sacrifice fly to win 1-0. Salem-Keizer won the final game 13-4. While the Volcanoes won three of five games against Spokane, the two losses that would hurt the most were not the ones in the standings. In the series’ second game, August 16, middle relief ace Luke Nelson was lost for the season with a back injury. He was 7-0 with a 1.84 ERA. Three days later, Daniel Ortmeier suffered a season-ending shoulder injury while making a diving catch. He was batting .292 and led the club in home runs (5) and RBI’s (31). As the Volcanoes left for a six-game road trip to Vancouver and Everett, they were 33-28, tied for second and still two games behind the AquaSox. The previous week had brought them adversity: two agonizing defeats and the loss of two of their top players. Little did they know their most challenging days lay ahead. On August 21, the Volcanoes won the opener in Vancouver 7-2. The next day, they took a 1-0 lead to the 9th on the strength of Peter Maestrales’ home run and the combined two-hit pitching of Glenn Woolard and Andrew Jefferson. Ben Mitchell came on in the 9th. After retiring the first two batters, he gave up a single. Then, Chris Tritle hit a towering fly over the left field wall for a game-winning home run. Despite the stunning setback, the Volcanoes won the rubber game, 10-4, as Fred Lewis had a single, double, triple and three RBI’s. Salem-Keizer was 35-29 with 12 games to play. The next six were against Everett. The math was simple. If the Volcanoes won four of six games from the AquaSox, they’d be tied for first. If they split the homeand-home series, Everett’s lead would remain at two. The opener was tied entering the 9th. Then, Jon Nelson, the big first base-

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man who led the league in home runs and RBI’s, doubled off Mitchell to open the inning. With one out, Chris Colton singled him home with the winning run. The Volcanoes won the second game behind Greg Bruso and Andrew Jefferson. Bruso fanned 10 in 5 innings but left trailing 2-1. Jefferson struck out six in 4 innings of one-hit, shutout relief. Salem-Keizer scored twice in the 7th and won 3-2. In the third game, on August 26, the Volcanoes rallied from a 6-3 deficit in the 6th to take an 7-6 lead in the 8th on Maestrales’ two-run double. Everett put the tying run aboard with two out in the 9th and Stanley called on Mitchell to get the final out. Instead, Ben hit the first batter and walked the second to load the bases. He then hit Rene Rivera with a pitch to force in the tying run. The AquaSox won in the 10th on a walk, a sacrifice, an infield error and a force play. It was the Volcanoes fifth loss in the final inning in two weeks: two against Eugene, one in Vancouver and two in Everett. The question was how big a price they would pay for those defeats. At home, the Volcanoes quickly rebounded. They made the most of four hits to beat Everett in the first game 3-1, and parlayed six safeties into a 4-3 victory in the second game as Clay Hensley improved to 7-0. S-K was finally within one game of first place; and, on August 29, they sent Kevin Correia against Troy Cate, the AquaSox ace. Correia left after 5 with the score tied 1-1. The game was still tied entering the 8th when Everett broke through. Gary Harris led off with a single against Jefferson and rode home with the winning run on Rivera’s double. Cate got everything but the final out. Everett won 2-1. The teams had split the series; the AquaSox lead was still two. With six games to play Salem-Keizer traveled to Eugene. Both clubs were 38-32. The opener was scoreless after six but the Ems scored three in the 7th and two in the 8th to win 5-2. The Volcanoes had 13 hits and stranded 11. The second game was another nail-biter, tied 2-2 until Brian Burgamy hit a two-out home run off James Garcia in the 8th to give the Emeralds a 3-2 victory. Though the Volcanoes won the series finale, 4-1, with a fourrun rally in the 9th, they were officially eliminated from the race when Everett defeated Vancouver. Salem-Keizer won two out of three against Vancouver to finish the season 41-35, three games behind Everett, tied for second with Eugene. The series was most memorable for a 14-12 victory September 3 in which the Volcanoes had 20 hits for the third time during the season. On September 4, Matt Palmer pitched 5 shutout innings to earn the win. Ben Mitchell worked the 9th for his 10th save. 4,230 fans came to say goodbye. Fred Lewis, who hit .322, and Greg Bruso, who led the league with a 1.99 ERA, earned spots on the NWL All-Star team. Boise won three consecutive games from Everett to claim their first championship since 1994. It had been another exciting season, another gripping pennant race. The Volcanoes would be left to wonder what might have been had they not lost Nelson and Ortmeier…and about five haunting losses in August. Memories of those defeats would last well beyond the summer. Such is the nature of the game.

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2002 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS SAVE RECORD GB PLACE 6/18 BOI L 2‑7 3851 Waddell (0‑1) 0‑1 ‑1 T‑2nd 6/19 BOI L 1‑2 2644 Yacco (0‑1) 0‑2 ‑2 T‑3rd 6/20 BOI W 8‑1 2627 Serrato (1‑0) 1‑2 ‑2 3rd 6/21 BOI W 3‑2 3403 Woolard (1‑0) Mitchell (1) 2‑2 ‑1 3rd 6/22 BOI L 5‑7* 3801 Lopez (0‑1) 2‑3 ‑2 3rd 6/23 @T-C L 0‑5 Waddell (0‑2) 2‑4 ‑3 3rd 6/24 @T-C L 0‑3 Munter (0‑1) 2‑5 ‑4 3rd 6/25 @T-C W 1‑0* Bateman (1‑0) Mitchell (2) 3‑5 ‑3 3rd 6/26 @T-C W 3‑0 Hensley (1‑0) Nelson (1) 4‑5 ‑3 3rd 6/27 @T-C W 1‑0 Habel (1‑0) Jefferson (1) 5‑5 ‑3 3rd 6/28 VAN L 2‑4 2938 Bruso (0‑1) 5‑6 ‑3.5 3rd 6/29 VAN L 4‑8 3433 Cram (0‑1) 5‑7 ‑3.5 3rd 6/30 VAN L 2‑9 3074 Palmer (0‑1) 5‑8 ‑4.5 3rd 7/1 @EVT W 5‑2 Serrato (2‑0) Bateman (1) 6‑8 ‑3.5 3rd 7/2 @EVT W 10‑3 Habel (2‑0) 7‑8 ‑3 3rd 7/3 @EVT W 4‑0 Bruso (1‑1) 8‑8 ‑3 3rd 7/4 YAK L 7‑9 5036 Matos (0‑1) 8‑9 ‑4 3rd 7/5 YAK W 8‑7* 2865 Jefferson (1‑0) 9‑9 ‑4 3rd 7/6 YAK L 3‑5 3047 Serrato (2‑1) 9‑10 ‑4 3rd 7/7 YAK W 6‑5 2558 Nelson (1‑0) 10‑10 ‑4 3rd 7/8 YAK L 1‑2 2649 Bateman (1‑1) 10‑11 ‑4 3rd 7/10 @VAN W 9‑3 Munter (1‑1) 11‑11 ‑3 3rd 7/11 @VAN L 1‑9 Palmer (0‑2) 11‑12 ‑3 3rd 7/12 @VAN W 6‑2 Bateman (2‑1) 12‑12 ‑3 3rd 7/13 EUG W 8‑6 3978 Nelson (2‑0) 13‑12 ‑3 3rd 7/14 EUG W 3‑0 3064 Bruso (2‑1) Mitchell (3) 14‑12 ‑3 3rd 7/15 EUG L 6‑7 2799 Woolard (1‑1) 14‑13 ‑3 3rd 7/16 @EUG L 0‑3 Serrato (2‑2) 14‑14 ‑3 3rd 7/17 @EUG W 5‑3 Hensley (2‑0) Bateman (2) 15‑14 ‑3 3rd 7/18 @EUG W 13‑3 Nelson (3‑0) 16‑14 ‑2 3rd 7/19 @BOI L 1‑5 Bruso (2‑2) 16‑15 ‑3 3rd 7/20 @BOI L 2‑19 Woolard (1‑2) 16‑16 ‑4 3rd 7/21 @BOI L 1‑2 Serrato (2‑3) 16‑17 ‑4 3rd 7/22 @BOI W 14‑3 Hensley (3‑0) 17‑17 ‑4 3rd 7/23 @BOI L 4‑8 Habel (2‑1) 17‑18 ‑5 3rd 7/24 T-C W 16‑1 2809 Bruso (3‑2) 18‑18 ‑4 3rd 7/25 T-C W 6‑0 2626 Woolard (2‑2) 19‑18 ‑4 3rd 7/26 T-C W 8‑1 3511 Palmer (1‑2) 20‑18 ‑4 3rd 7/27 T-C L 8‑9* 4279 Mitchell (0‑1) 20‑19 ‑5 3rd 7/28 T-C L 7‑9 2831 Matos (0‑2) 20‑20 ‑6 3rd 7/30 @YAK W 1‑0* Nelson (4‑0) Mitchell (4) 21‑20 ‑5 3rd 7/31 @YAK L 2‑3 Garcia (0‑1) 21‑21 ‑5 3rd 8/1 @YAK W 7‑2 Woolard (3‑2) 22‑21 ‑4 3rd 8/2 @YAK W 7‑6 Nelson (5‑0) Mitchell (5) 23‑21 ‑4 3rd 8/3 @YAK W 10‑3 Correia (1‑0) 24‑21 ‑4 3rd 8/4 EVT W 3‑2* 3682 Garcia (1‑1) 25‑21 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/5 EVT L 4‑8 2607 Bateman (2‑2) 25‑22 ‑4 T‑2nd 8/6 EVT W 5‑4 2824 Nelson (6‑0) Mitchell (6) 26‑22 ‑3 2nd 8/7 @SPO W 3‑2 Hensley (4‑0) Mitchell (7) 27‑22 ‑2 2nd 8/8 @SPO L 6‑8 Correia (1‑1) 27‑23 ‑3 2nd 8/9 @SPO L 1‑4 Jefferson (1‑1) 27‑24 ‑4 T‑2nd 8/10 @SPO W 9‑4 Bateman (3‑2) 28‑24 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/11 @SPO W 3‑2 Nelson (7‑0) Mitchell (8) 29‑24 ‑2 T‑2nd 8/12 EUG L 4‑7 2692 Schmidt (0‑1) 29‑25 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/13 EUG L 0‑1 3007 Garcia (1‑2) 29‑26 ‑3 3rd 8/14 EUG W 13‑4 3158 Bruso (4‑2) 30‑26 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/15 SPO L 4‑6 2935 Bateman (3‑3) 30‑27 ‑4 3rd 8/16 SPO W 2‑1* 3844 Mitchell (1‑1) 31‑27 ‑3 2nd 8/17 SPO W 13‑3 3760 Hensley (5‑0) 32‑27 ‑3 2nd 8/18 SPO L 2‑4 4148 Correia (1‑2) 32‑28 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/19 SPO W 4‑3* 2963 Mitchell (2‑1) 33‑28 ‑2 T‑2nd 8/21 @VAN W 7‑2 Bateman (4‑3) Garcia (1) 34‑28 ‑2 2nd 8/22 @VAN L 1‑2 Mitchell (2‑2) 34‑29 ‑3 2nd 8/23 @VAN W 10‑4 Hensley (6‑0) 35‑29 ‑2 2nd 8/24 @EVT L 2‑3 Mitchell (2‑3) 35‑30 ‑3 T‑2nd 8/25 @EVT W 3‑2 Jefferson (2‑1) 36‑30 ‑2 T‑2nd 8/26 @EVT L 7‑8* Mitchell (2‑4) 36‑31 ‑3 3rd 8/27 EVT W 3‑1 2734 Palmer (2‑2) Garcia (2) 37‑31 ‑2 T‑2nd 8/28 EVT W 4‑3 3120 Hensley (7‑0) Garcia (3) 38‑31 ‑1 2nd 8/29 EVT L 1‑2 3216 Jefferson (2‑2) 38‑32 ‑2 T‑2nd 8/30 @EUG L 2‑5 Bruso (4‑3) 38‑33 ‑3 3rd 8/31 @EUG L 2‑3 Garcia (1‑3) 38‑34 ‑3 3rd 9/1 @EUG W 4‑1 Schmidt (1‑1) Mitchell (9) 39‑34 ‑3 3rd 9/2 VAN L 8‑12 2906 Habel (2‑2) 39‑35 ‑3 3rd 9/3 VAN W 14‑12 2685 Correia (2‑2) Garcia (4) 40‑35 ‑3 3rd 9/4 VAN W 3‑2 4230 Palmer (3‑2) Mitchell (10) 41‑35 ‑3 T‑2nd * Extra Innings: (10 innings: 6/22, 7/27, 8/19, 8/26; 11 innings: 7/5, 7/30, 8/4, 8/16; 12 innings: 6/25)

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2002 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Bell, Derek Buller, Dayton Cabrera, Leonel Dryer, Matt Holm, Steve Hornostaj, Aaron Ishikawa, Travis Jernigan, Karl Kelly, Kevin Lewis, Fred Maestrales, Peter Ortmeier, Daniel Pinango, Ever Pinon, Alex Santana, Manny Sobieraj, Aaron Sosa, Carlos Stone, David Turco, Anthony Wald, Jake Walter, Randy Williams, Jon Zuniga, Tony TEAM

AVG .233 .200 .242 .253 .172 .429 .307 .287 .100 .322 .273 .292 .227 .265 .179 .283 .500 .281 .132 .241 .287 .286 .231 .261

G 31 19 44 41 50 4 23 34 15 58 60 49 28 46 27 67 4 65 15 64 69 26 4 76

AB 86 45 120 146 128 14 88 94 50 239 165 195 22 117 67 237 6 199 15 228 258 77 13 2632

R 9 5 18 21 15 4 14 14 6 43 20 32 3 20 3 28 4 37 2 30 26 13 1 368

H 20 9 29 37 22 6 27 27 5 77 45 57 5 31 12 67 3 56 5 55 74 22 3 694

2B 3 3 5 3 4 0 2 6 1 9 9 9 0 6 4 19 1 3 0 7 11 4 1 110

3B 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 20

HR 2 0 1 5 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 5 0 1 0 2 1 4 0 2 6 1 0 36

RBI 17 7 8 21 11 3 17 10 2 23 19 31 5 11 6 27 3 21 2 24 40 11 2 321

BB 13 10 8 14 15 3 5 6 7 26 9 18 1 14 4 28 5 47 3 23 20 11 4 294

SO 20 10 22 41 16 5 22 17 13 58 38 37 4 20 9 30 2 27 8 43 59 10 0 511

SB 0 1 1 4 0 0 1 3 0 9 4 3 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 2 6 0 0 43

CS 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 6 3 0 2 1 0 2 1 2 0 3 3 1 0 31

OBP .333 .345 .295 .335 .255 .529 .347 .330 .211 .396 .307 .352 .250 .348 .219 .358 .667 .435 .214 .323 .342 .409 .421 .343

SLG .360 .267 .325 .390 .203 .429 .386 .383 .120 .397 .406 .426 .227 .342 .239 .422 1.167 .357 .132 .316 .430 .377 .308 .362

2002 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W-L Bateman, Joe 4-3 Bruso, Greg 4-3 Correia, Kevin 2-2 Cram, Josh 0-1 Garcia, James 1-3 Habel, Josh 2-2 Hensley, Clay 7-0 Hixson, David 0-0 Jefferson, Andrew 2-2 Lopez, Nelson 0-1 Matos, Raymond 0-2 Mitchell, Ben 2-4 Munter, Scott 1-1 Nelson, Luke 7-0 Palmer, Matt 3-2 Schmidt, Jeremy 1-1 Serrato, Juan 2-3 Waddell, Jason 0-2 Woolard, Glenn 3-2 Yacco, Anthony 0-1 TEAM 41-35

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ERA 2.86 1.99 4.54 8.10 2.08 6.00 2.53 3.38 3.81 6.23 4.05 2.16 6.98 1.87 1.84 4.38 7.04 5.40 2.96 0.00 3.43

G 19 14 10 16 14 16 15 3 23 5 18 25 10 14 16 9 9 11 17 2 76

GS 7 13 8 0 0 7 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 9 0 0 2 11 0 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

SV 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 18

IP 63 81 38 13 17 48 82 5 28 4 27 25 30 43 54 12 15 20 67 4 678

H 55 58 37 17 9 57 72 7 27 3 23 14 33 28 44 12 17 19 51 3 586

R 31 23 20 12 5 35 31 3 12 5 15 7 24 9 15 7 18 12 26 3 313

ER 20 18 19 12 4 32 23 2 12 3 12 6 23 9 11 6 12 12 22 0 258

HR 2 5 1 2 2 2 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 2 3 0 29

HB 2 7 3 2 1 0 3 0 0 3 2 3 2 4 3 1 1 2 6 0 45

BB 13 17 14 9 6 24 25 2 8 6 11 17 20 9 23 8 10 10 32 6 270

SO 51 78 31 13 24 33 84 3 39 1 18 26 20 33 49 13 19 13 75 4 627

WP 1 1 1 2 2 3 6 0 1 3 1 1 3 2 5 1 5 2 4 1 45

BK 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

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2002 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 16 (vs. Tri-City 7/24) 20 (vs. T-C 7/24; vs. Spokane 8/17; vs. Hits Vanc. 9/3) Doubles 5 (vs. Eugene 7/15) Triples 2 (5 times) Home Runs 6 (vs. Tri-City 7/24) RBI 15 (vs. Tri-City 7/24) Strikeouts 15 (vs. Boise 6/18) Base on Balls 10 (vs. Yakima 7/7) Hit by Pitch 2 (5 times) Stolen Bases 3 (@ Tri-City 6/25; vs. Yakima 7/4) 16 (@ T-C 6/25, 12 inn.; vs. Spokane Left on Base 8/16, 11 inn.)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 2 (vs. Boise 6/20; vs. Eugene 8/13) Most Hits

20 (@ Boise 7/20)

Most Runs Earned Runs Strikeouts Base on Balls Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks Most Left on Base

19 (@ Boise 7/20) 19 (@ Boise 7/20) 16 (@ Everett 8/25) 14 (@ Vancouver 7/10) 3 (4 times) 4 (vs. Tri-City 7/26) 2 (@ Tri-City 6/24) 16 (vs. Yakima 7/4)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2002 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:53 3:48 12 1:30 2:18 5,036 5,470 2,558 822 4 3 3 4 7 3

vs. YAK 7/5 (11 innings) @ VAN 7/10 @ T-C 6/25 vs. VAN 6/28 (5 innings) vs. T-C 7/25 vs. YAK 7/4 @ VAN 7/11 vs. YAK 7/7 @ EVT 7/1 (8/1-8/4) (6/22-6/24; 6/28-6/30; 7/19-7/21; 8/29-8/31) (7/24-7/26; 8/19-8/28) (6/28-7/4) (6/25-7/10) (7/19-7/21; 8/26-8/31)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2002 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

W 7 6 16 4 4 2 3 12 29 41 0 41 6 8 6 3 6 6 6 20 21 5 16 17 3 6 3 6 10 5 7 4

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W 2 4 9 3 1 0 0 6 12 19 0 19 3 4 2 2 3 3 2 9 10 2 7 8 2 3 1 3 4 2 4 2

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L 1 2 5 7 1 3 1 1 9 19 1 18 3 2 4 3 2 2 3 9 10 6 6 6 1 3 5 2 1 3 1 4

W 5 2 7 1 3 2 3 6 17 22 0 22 3 4 4 1 3 3 4 11 11 3 9 9 1 3 2 3 6 3 3 2

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L 3 1 7 1 4 2 1 2 7 16 2 14 3 2 2 4 2 2 1 7 9 2 7 7 0 2 2 2 1 3 3 3

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2002 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST

W

L

Pct.

GB

Everett*

44

SALEM-KEIZER Eugene Vancouver

41 41 37

32

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35 35 39

.539 .539 .487

3 3 7

EAST Boise* Tri-City Spokane Yakima

49 40 29 23

27 36 47 53

.645 .526 .382 .303

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Manager Omer Munoz/Roger Hansen Fred Stanley Jeff Gardner Orv Franchuk

Attendance

Steve McFarland Ron Gideon Tom Poquette Mike Aldrete

109,646 69,824 161,543 56,404

110,373 122,334 123,389 127,099

* Boise defeated Everett, three games to none, to win Northwest League Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM VOLCANOES Boise Everett Vancouver Spokane Eugene Tri-City Yakima

AVG .264 .259 .257 .244 .241 .238 .224 .219

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2632 2610 2649 2508 2565 2519 2497 2496

R 368 424 382 334 348 353 288 268

H 694 676 680 613 618 600 560 546

2B 110 149 145 122 122 126 104 90

3B 20 19 16 10 17 16 11 20

HR 36 77 53 35 28 46 34 15

RBI 321 383 339 302 291 313 260 227

BB 294 212 244 299 289 281 302 227

SO 511 630 603 631 571 669 583 596

SB 43 102 55 63 94 98 60 113

CS 31 44 25 20 37 35 36 36

L 27 35 32 36 39 35 53 47

ERA 3.10 3.41 3.42 3.46 3.46 3.83 4.05 4.79

CG 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

ShO 3 7 6 3 10 4 2 6

SV 21 18 20 26 13 21 12 22

IP 682.2 677.2 685.0 687.1 665.0 664.2 669.1 673.1

H 569 586 640 606 584 636 662 704

R 306 313 328 315 310 358 396 439

ER 235 257 260 264 256 283 301 358

HR 23 29 41 43 27 53 40 68

BB 290 270 254 239 243 224 331 297

SO 648 627 645 606 606 631 582 449

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Boise VOLCANOES Everett Tri-City Vancouver Eugene Yakima Spokane

W 49 41 44 40 37 41 23 29

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Tri-City VOLCANOES Boise Vancouver Eugene Yakima Spokane Everett

PCT. .965 .965 .964 .963 .961 .959 .958 .956

PO 2062 2033 2048 1995 1994 2008 2020 2055

A 810 805 888 723 708 805 841 742

E 105 104 111 104 110 119 125 128

TC 2977 2942 3047 2822 2812 2932 2986 2925

DP 42 60 67 52 52 64 74 53

PB 16 18 19 10 18 24 7 13

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PLAYER Steve McFarland Ismael Castro Rene Rivera Jon Nelson Ismael Castro Donnie Hood Oscar Materano Fred Lewis Carlos Arroyo

TEAM Boise Everett Everett Everett Everett Boise Tri-City VOLCANOES Everett

POS OF DH RHP LHP (tie) LHP (tie) RHRP LHRP (tie) LHRP (tie)

PLAYER Gary Harris Micah Hoffpauir Greg Bruso Andrew Sisco Jared Doyle Gabe Ribas Isaac Pavlik Billy Keppinger

TEAM Everett Boise VOLCANOES Boise Yakima Eugene Tri-City Spokane

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2002 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Kevin Collins, BOI Tim Frend, SPO FRED LEWIS, S-K RUNS Ismael Castro, EVR Mel Stocker, SPO Carlos Arroyo, EVR Dwaine Bacon, BOI Marland Williams, YAK TRIPLES Gary Harris, EVR Marland Williams, YAK AARON SOBIERAJ, S-K RANDY WALTER, S-K Jeff Salazar, T-C TOTAL BASES Ismael Castro, EVR Gary Harris, EVR Kevin Collins, BOI STOLEN BASES Marland Williams, YAK Dwaine Bacon, BOI Mel Stocker, SPO Chris Walker, BOI

.342 .326 .322 55 48 46 46 46 8 8 4 4 4 144 128 125 51 31 26 25

GAMES Bryan Johnson, YAK Mike Richardson, EUG Jeff Salazar, T-C

72 72 72

AT BATS Gary Harris, EVR Ismael Castro, EVR Marland Williams, YAK

HITS Ismael Castro, EVR Gary Harris, EVR Carlos Arroyo, EVR Tim Frend, SPO

89 82 81 79

DOUBLES Ismael Castro, EVR AARON SOBIERAJ, S-K Jason Fransz, BOI Tim Frend, SPO

26 19 19 19

HOME RUNS Jon Nelson, EVR Kevin Collins, BOI Donnie Hood, BOI Steve Baker, EUG Micah Hoffpauir, BOI

17 13 12 11 10

RBI Jon Nelson, EVR Ismael Castro, EVR Brian Burgamy, EUG Gary Harris, EVR Donnie Hood, BOI

64 46 43 43 42

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Kevin Collins, BOI Micah Hoffpauir, BOI Ismael Castro, EVR BASE ON BALLS Doug Bernier, T-C Mike Richardson, EUG DAVID STONE, S-K Jeff Salazar, T-C

.668 .514 .507 58 49 47 47

ON BASE PERCENTAGE DAVID STONE, S-K Tim Frend, SPO Matt Hagen, EVR STRIKEOUTS Jon Nelson, EVR Steve Baker, EUG Marland Williams, YAK Chris Colton, EVR

286 284 280

.435 .412 .408 96 88 86 79

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Gabe Ribas, EUG CLAY HENSLEY, S-K LUKE NELSON, S-K Several Players tied at

8 7 7 7

GAMES Gabe Ribas, EUG Jentry Beckstead, T-C Billy Keppinger, SPO

32 29 28

SAVES Jentry Beckstead, T-C Billy Keppinger, SPO Gabe Ribas, EUG

19 16 16

LOSSES Jonah Bayliss, SPO Sergio Lizarraga, YAK Brian Whitaker, EUG Several Players tied at

8 8 8 7

GAMES STARTED CLAY HENSLEY, S-K Several Players tied at

15 15

STRIKEOUTS Andrew Sisco, BOI Troy Cate, EVR Ricky Nolasco, BOI

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Pct. (tie) CLAY HENSLEY, S-K 1.000 (7-0) LUKE NELSON, S-K 1.000 (7-0) Hits Allowed Sergio Lizarraga, YAK 90 Runs Allowed Rich Dorman, EVR 52 Earned Run Allowed Jonah Bayliss, SPO 42 Home Runs Allowed Jonah Bayliss, SPO 9 Hit Batters (tie) Greg Atencio, SPO 10 Carlos Vasquez, BOI 10 Wild Pitches Rich Dorman, EVR 12

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EARNED RUN AVERAGE GREG BRUSO, S-K Troy Cate, EVR Chris Young, T-C Andrew Sisco, BOI

1.99 2.00 2.34 2.43

INNINGS PITCHED Sergio Lizarraga, YAK Ricky Nolasco, BOI Troy Cate, EVR

91.0 90.2 85.1

WALKS Ira Brown, SPO Andrew Sisco, BOI Bill Murphy, VAN

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits DAVID STONE, S-K Sacrifice Flies (tie) MATT DRYER, S-K Jason Fransz, BOI Donnie Hood, BOI Hit By Pitch (tie) Sam Smith, T-C Mel Stocker, SPO Caught Stealing Mel Stocker, SPO Ground into DP Bernard Stephens, SPO

58 39 35

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The goals were set on Father’s Day, June 17th, when SalemKeizer manager Fred Stanley gathered his players in the first base dugout at Volcanoes Stadium. They were ambitious objectives: to win 50 games, to win every series and, at the end of the season, to play for the Northwest League Championship. Though no one—even Stanley—could have guessed it, the players who sat in the dugout that Sunday were about to embark on the greatest season in the area’s baseball history. Despite their lofty ambitions, it’s unlikely that any championship team ever had a less auspicious debut than the Volcanoes. On Opening Night, the visiting Boise Hawks pounded out 22 hits and beat Salem-Keizer, 14-6. The next night was no better as the Hawks blasted 21 hits in a 19-5 rout. In the third game, it looked like more of the same. Boise scored five runs in the first and five more in the second to take a 10-4 lead after two. Then, showing the resiliency that would become a team trademark, the Volcanoes battled back. Catcher Keith Anderson tied the score at 12 with two-run single in the 8th and won it, 13-12, with a home run leading off the 10th. With a 10-3 win the following night, the Volcanoes had established a beachhead for the 2001 season. After winning two of three games in Everett and two of three at home against Eugene, the Volcanoes carried a 6-5 record to Boise. There, the Hawks won four of five, two in extra innings. When Salem-Keizer returned home on July 5th, the team was 7-9, 2 ½ games out of first place. Seven of the nine early defeats had come against Boise, a powerful team that would dominate the East. Quietly, the players set a goal to return to Boise where the league championship series would most likely begin. After the Fourth of July, the team made its move. On July 5th, the Volcanoes opened a five-game series with TriCity at “The Crater” before the largest crowd of the season: 4,647. Chad Ashlock, who missed most of the 2000 season after surgery, spun a masterpiece on the mound, allowing two hits and throwing only 62 pitches in seven innings. Stanley called the performance one of the finest he had ever seen. Wes Hutchison earned his fourth save as S-K won 3-1. On July 7th, Bryan Carter hit three doubles, a home run and had five RBI’s in a 14-4 romp. Jesse Foppert allowed four hits and fanned 11 for his second win. Two nights later, Salem-Keizer (10-11) won the rubber game of the series, 9-4, as Micah Holst homered twice. Fred Stanley felt he would have an excellent defensive team and he was right. The Volcanoes made only 90 errors, six less than the old NWL standard. In the middle of the diamond, college teammates Derin McMains at second and Mikey Miranda at short meshed like precision gears. Catchers Keith Anderson and Anthony Turco led the league in throwing out base runners. Tyler Von Schell was the circuit’s top fielder at first base and the four outfielders—Rob Meyer, Micah Holst, Matt Huntingford and Bryan Carter—made just four errors between them all season. On July 11th, Salem-Keizer opened a five-game series at TriCity. Ashlock turned in another gem in the opener, pitching six innings of four-hit, shutout ball. On July 14th, Anthony Pannone earned his first win with six shutout innings. With Von Schell, Meyer, McMains and the surging Huntingford pacing the attack, 120

S-K won four of five games with the Dust Devils and, at 14-12, moved atop the division standings for the first time on July 15th. If the Volcanoes were looking for the proverbial missing piece of the puzzle, they found it when they returned home to meet Vancouver and Spokane. Third baseman Julian Benavidez was the Giants’ third round draft choice and, at 19, the team’s youngest player. A late signee, he would pinch-hit twice before moving into the lineup to stay. In his first four games at third, Julian went 9-15 with three home runs, a pair of doubles, eight runs scored and five RBI’s. That week, the team won six of seven games and improved their record to 20-13. Now they were the team to catch. The homestand also marked the first starting assignments for San Francisco’s two first round draft choices, Brad Hennessey and Noah Lowry. While both would be brought along slowly, their arrival gave Stanley and pitching coach Trevor Wilson more flexibility with the staff. The biggest change was the role of Petersen Benjamin. A 23rd round draft choice with pinpoint control, Benjamin had struggled through five starts. Shifted to long relief, he was sensational, running off 23 consecutive scoreless innings in six appearances from July 17th through August 13th. In addition to Benjamin, Salem-Keizer was also getting excellent work from a deep bullpen. Brian Burres (3-1, 3.10 ERA), Josh Cram (5-2, 3.03), David Hixson (3-1, 2.27) and Justin Knoedler (1-1, 1.26) consistently set the table for the team’s closers, Wes Hutchison (6-2, 1.64, 10 saves) and Albert Montes (2-1, 3.57, 7 saves). All of them had excellent control, a top priority for Stanley and Wilson. In 2000, Salem-Keizer pitchers had issued 401 base on balls. In 2001, they walked only 223. By taking 11 of 13 games in mid-July, the Volcanoes discovered the rhythm of a winner. Now, everything had come together including the confidence to win close games. On July 20th, Benavidez belted a two-run homer in the 8th to tie the second game of the series with Spokane. In the 10th, Derin McMains hit a three-run circuit shot to give the Volcanoes a 9-6 victory. Two more wins pushed the club’s record to 20-13 and their winning streak to five before Spokane surprised Foppert in the finale, 9-2. It would be his only defeat. In the final two months of the season, Salem-Keizer lost backto-back games only once, when the Emeralds turned the trick in Eugene, July 25-26. It was the last time the team would lose a series. Now, as the Volcanoes opened a 10-game, home-andhome series in Yakima on July 27th, they were 21-16 and held a 2 ½ game lead over Vancouver in the West. In Yakima, the Volcanoes won four of five. Starters Foppert, Pannone and Ashlock all picked up their fourth wins while Rob Meyer paced the offense going 11 for 20 with five doubles to raise his batting average to .344. The only bad news was the loss of designated hitter Branden Florence who was lost for the season with a knee injury. Stanley selected Micah Holst to replace Florence. A member of the 1999 Volcanoes, Holst had returned to baseball after sitting out all of 2000. Struggling with a .213 average at mid-season, he now became the team’s hottest hitter, going 11 for 23 with eight RBI’s when the team returned home. As they had done in Yakima, S-K won four of five against the Bears to go 11 games over .500 for the first time in club history. The Volcanoes were 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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now 29-18, but Vancouver, also 8-2 in their last 10 games, still trailed by only 2 ½ games. The series with Yakima produced two of the season’s most memorable games. On August 5th, the Volcanoes erupted for 10 runs in the bottom of the 8th to win 11-6 with Tyler Von Schell’s three-run homer knotting the score and Matt Huntingford’s bases loaded triple providing the winning runs. The following night, Benavidez’ two-run shot in the bottom of the 9th gave the Volcanoes a 9-8 victory. Sadly, this game marked the final start for Chad Ashlock. For the second time in two years, he suffered a torn labrum in his right shoulder and would retire. In Spokane, Salem-Keizer won three of five to gain a game on Vancouver. At home against Everett, the Volcanoes won two of three to pick up another. On August 15, S-K was 34-21 and led the Canadians by 4 ½ games as the teams faced off for a six-game showdown series. The opener was scoreless until the 9th when McMains drew a leadoff walk and scored the game’s only run on Von Schell’s single. David Hixson earned the win with three innings of one-hit relief while Hutchison, the “Baron of the Bullpen,” logged his ninth save with a perfect 9th. While Vancouver squared the series the following night, the third game would send the Canadians into a tailspin from which they never recovered. The C’s took a 4-0 lead to the 8th when Salem-Keizer picked up an unearned run without a hit. In the 9th, a walk, a dropped fly and a fielder’s choice left runners at first and third with two out. A single by Benavidez, a wild pitch and an RBI single by Von Schell tied the score, 4-4. In the 11th, Jimbo McAuliff—playing just his fourth game after being called up from Arizona—won it with a home run. Hutchison picked up the victory, retiring all nine batters he faced, striking out five. When the series shifted to Volcanoes Stadium, Salem-Keizer was riding a 5 ½ game lead. Three days later, the race was over. The Volcanoes swept the series: 5-0, 7-6 and 2-1. With 16 games to play, Salem-Keizer was 38-22, 7 ½ games ahead of Everett and 8 ½ up on Vancouver. Against Everett on the 24th, Foppert won his eighth game, allowing one hit in six shutout innings. He fanned nine, walked one. The AquaSox lone safety was a leadoff single in the first. With a record of 8-1 and league leading 1.93 ERA, Jesse was having the finest season of any pitcher in team history. In 70 innings, he allowed just 35 hits. Opposing batters hit only .150. In his last four starts (22 innings), he did not give up a run, allowed six hits, struck out 41 and walked six. He had become the most dominant pitcher in the league. After winning four straight against Everett, the Volcanoes clinched the Western Division title on August 26th with a 4-2, 12-inning victory. Salem-Keizer tuned up for the Championship Series by winning eight of their last nine games to finish the season 51-25 (.671), 14 games in front of Vancouver. It was the best record ever for a Salem or Salem-Keizer team. By winning 19 of their last 23, the Volcanoes had realized Fred Stanley’s goals. They won 50 games and claimed 17 of 20 series. Now, they would play for the Northwest League Championship. The 2001 season marked the first time since the NWL adopted a short season format in 1966 that two teams with 50 or more wins met for the title. Boise won the Eastern Division by 13

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games after finishing 52-23 (.693). Manager Steve McFarland had an excellent team. The Hawks led the league in batting (.291) and pitching (3.19). They had the loop’s top three hitters in Keto Anderson (.376), Brad Bouras (.349) and Condor Cash (.347), the league’s MVP in J. J. Johnson (317, 7 HR, 61 RBI), and put six players on the All-Star team. The Volcanoes were recognized with only two All-Star selections: Wes Hutchison and Stanley who became the first man ever honored as NWL Manager of the Year in back-to-back seasons. The Championship Series opened September 6th at Memorial Stadium in Boise where the Hawks were 28-9. While Foppert drew the starting assignment for Salem-Keizer, Boise called on hard-throwing southpaw Felix Sanchez (2-0, 1.56). The Volcanoes jumped on him for four runs in the first. Rob Meyer’s single delivered the first run; Jon Williams’ base hit drove in two more and Keith Anderson’s single knocked in the fourth. Meanwhile, Foppert blanked the Hawks on three hits over six innings, striking out 12 and walking two. Benjamin earned the save, allowing only one hit in three innings of relief, as the Volcanoes took the opener 5-0. Game 2 matched Anthony Pannone and Angel Guzman (9-1, 2.23), the Hawks’ All-Star righthander who had beaten S-K twice during the regular season. Like Foppert, Pannone threw six scoreless innings, allowing just three hits. Leading 2-0 after six, the Volcanoes broke the game open with three runs in the seventh. McMains keyed the rally with a one-out single and scored on Benavidez’ double. Williams, the Series’ leading hitter, followed with a two-run homer over the right field wall. For the second straight game, the Volcanoes had blanked Boise 5-0. Game 3 was played at Volcanoes Stadium on Saturday, September 8th. The Hawks started Sergio Mitre (8-4, 3.07) against Brad Hennessey and staked him to a one-run lead in the first. Salem-Keizer took the lead with four runs in the second. After Williams’ single, Von Schell ripped a laser past the scoreboard that put the Volcanoes on top 2-1. Then, with two outs, Derin McMains’ doubled home Bryan Carter and Mikey Miranda to give the Volcanoes a 4-1 lead. Boise tied the score with a run in the third and two more in the fifth, setting the stage for the game’s dramatic conclusion. In the seventh, with one out and the score still tied, Rob Meyer smashed a three-run homer over the left field fence off Carmen Pignatiello to give the Volcanoes a 7-4 lead. 3,028 partisan fans went wild. After Josh Cram worked two perfect innings, Wes Hutchison came on in the 9th. An infield single, a force out and a strikeout left Boise with a runner at first and two out. With the fans pleading for the final out, J. J. Johnson doubled over Meyer’s head, scoring Keto Anderson and bringing Brad Bouras to the plate as the potential tying run. Bouras grounded to Benavidez at third, and, at 9:52 p.m., the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes were Northwest League Champions. It is the most magical moment in sports, the delicious taste of being a champion. Fred Stanley, his staff and team owners Jerry Walker and Bill Tucker joined the Volcanoes jubilant celebration on the field, a cauldron of emotions—shouts, laughter, tears— that reflected both the joy of reaching the summit and recognition of the effort it took to reach it. It was a moment to savor… and a season to savor as well.

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2001 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/11 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 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 8/2 8/3 8/4 8/5 8/6 8/7 8/8 8/9 8/10 8/11 8/13 8/14 8/15 8/16 8/17 8/18 8/19 8/20 8/21 8/23 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 9/5

OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS BOI L 6‑14 3818 Uzzell (0‑1) BOI L 5‑19 2741 Ashlock (0‑1) BOI W 13‑12* 2501 Hutchison (1‑0) BOI W 10‑3 3107 Munter (1‑0) BOI L 3‑4 3463 Meaux (0‑1) @EVT L 3‑13 Uzzell (0‑2) @EVT W 4‑2 Hixson (1‑0) @EVT W 10‑7 Meaux (1‑1) EUG W 8‑4 2234 Foppert (1‑0) EUG W 8‑3 2639 Uzzell (1‑2) EUG L 4‑8 3204 Burres (0‑1) @BOI L 4‑9 Ashlock (0‑2) @BOI W 4‑2* Cram (1‑0) @BOI L 3‑4* Hutchison (1‑1) @BOI L 0‑10 Pannone (0‑1) @BOI L 5‑6* Ransom (0‑1) T-C W 3‑1 4647 Ashlock (1‑2) T-C L 0‑8 2645 Benjamin (0‑1) T-C W 14‑4 3093 Foppert (2‑0) T-C L 4‑6 3505 Waddell (0‑1) T-C W 9‑4 3174 Uzzell (2‑2) @T-C W 4‑1 Ashlock (2‑2) @T-C W 4‑2* Waddell (1‑1) @T-C L 5‑8 Munter (1‑1) @T-C W 3‑0 Pannone (1‑1) @T-C W 7‑3 Knoedler (1‑0) VAN W 7‑5 2480 Cram (2‑0) VAN L 2‑3* 2703 Hixson (1‑1) VAN W 3‑0 2697 Foppert (3‑0) SPO W 9‑2 2846 Pannone (2‑1) SPO W 9‑6* 3132 Hutchison (2‑1) SPO W 7‑3 3449 Ashlock (3‑2) SPO W 4‑0 3375 Benjamin (1‑1) SPO L 2‑9 2649 Foppert (3‑1) @EUG W 4‑3 Pannone (3‑1) @EUG L 5‑10 Meaux (1‑2) @EUG L 5‑12 Ashlock (3‑3) @YAK W 5‑4 Benjamin (2‑1) @YAK W 9‑5 Foppert (4‑1) @YAK W 7‑2 Pannone (4‑1) @YAK L 1‑2 Munter (1‑2) @YAK W 6‑3 Ashlock (4‑3) YAK W 8‑0 3002 Lowry (1‑0) YAK W 8‑2 3441 Foppert (5‑1) YAK L 2‑6 3444 Cram (2‑1) YAK W 11‑6 3490 Montes (1‑0) YAK W 9‑8 2811 Hutchison (3‑1) @SPO W 3‑2 Benjamin (3‑1) @SPO L 1‑2 Knoedler (1‑1) @SPO W 10‑3 Pannone (5‑1) @SPO L 5‑6 Hutchison (3‑2) @SPO W 7‑2 Cram (3‑1) EVT L 3‑7 2782 Lowry (1‑1) EVT W 8‑2 3051 Foppert (6‑1) EVT W 6‑5 2652 Montes (2‑0) @VAN W 1‑0 Hixson (2‑1) @VAN L 3‑4 Montes (2‑1) @VAN W 5‑4* Hutchison (4‑2) VAN W 5‑0 3279 Foppert (7‑1) VAN W 7‑6 2791 Pannone (6‑1) VAN W 2‑1 2441 Hennessey (1‑0) EVT L 1‑2 (DH) Hannaman (0‑1) EVT W 6‑4 3845 Burres (1‑1) EVT W 8‑0 3897 Foppert (8‑1) @EVT W 4‑2 Pannone (7‑1) @EVT W 4‑2* Hutchison (5‑2) @EVT L 9‑10* Ransom (0‑2) @VAN W 5‑2 Hannaman (1‑1) @VAN W 7‑2 Burres (2‑1) @VAN L 0‑1 Cram (3‑2) EUG W 6‑5 3279 Meaux (2‑2) EUG W 12‑6 3811 Hixson (3‑1) EUG W 9‑4 3222 Cram (4‑2) @EUG W 8‑3 Burres (3‑1) @EUG W 3‑2* Hutchison (6‑2) @EUG W 2‑1 Cram (5‑2)

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RECORD 0‑1 0‑2 1‑2 2‑2 2‑3 2‑4 Hutchison (1) 3‑4 Hutchison (2) 4‑4 5‑4 6‑4 6‑5 6‑6 Hutchison (3) 7‑6 7‑7 7‑8 7‑9 Hutchison (4) 8‑9 8‑10 Burres (1) 9‑10 9‑11 10‑11 11‑11 Montes (1) 12‑11 12‑12 Montes (2) 13‑12 14‑12 Hutchison (5) 15‑12 15‑13 Montes (3) 16‑13 17‑13 18‑13 19‑13 20‑13 20‑14 Hutchison (6) 21‑14 21‑15 21‑16 Montes (4) 22‑16 23‑16 24‑16 24‑17 Hutchison (7) 25‑17 26‑17 27‑17 27‑18 28‑18 29‑18 Hutchison (8) 30‑18 30‑19 31‑19 31‑20 32‑20 32‑21 33‑21 34‑21 Hutchison (9) 35‑21 35‑22 36‑22 37‑22 Montes (5) 38‑22 Hutchison (10) 39‑22 39‑23 Montes (6) 40‑23 41‑23 Knoedler (1) 42‑23 43‑23 43‑24 Benjamin (1) 44‑24 45‑24 45‑25 46‑25 47‑25 48‑25 49‑25 50‑25 51‑25

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GB PLACE ‑1 T‑2nd ‑2 T‑2nd ‑2 T‑2nd ‑1 2nd ‑2 T‑2nd ‑3 T‑3rd ‑2 3rd ‑1 3rd ‑0.5 T‑2nd ‑0.5 2nd ‑1.5 2nd ‑1.5 T‑2nd ‑1.5 T‑2nd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 T‑2nd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 T‑2nd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1 3rd ‑‑‑‑ T‑1st ‑‑‑‑ T‑1st ‑0.5 T‑2nd ‑0.5 T‑2nd +0.5 1st +1 1st ‑0.5 2nd ‑0.5 2nd +0.5 1st +1.5 1st +2.5 1st +3.5 1st +3.5 1st +4.5 1st +3.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +1.5 1st +2 1st +2.5 1st +3.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +2.5 1st +3.5 1st +3.5 1st +3.5 1st +4.5 1st +5.5 1st +4.5 1st +5.5 1st +6.5 1st +7.5 1st +7.5 1st +6.5 1st +7.5 1st +8.5 1st +9.5 1st +10.5 1st +9.5 1st +10.5 1st +10.5 1st +10.5 1st +11.5 1st +12 1st +12 1st +13 1st +13 1st +14 1st

9/6 @BOI W 5‑0 1576 Foppert (1‑0) Benjamin (1) 1‑0 9/7 @BOI W 5‑0 2251 Pannone (1‑0) 2‑0 9/8 BOI W 7‑5 3028 Cram (1‑0) Hutchison (1) 3‑0 * Extra Innings (10 innings: 6/21, 7/1, 7/2, 7/17, 7/20, 8/27; 11 innings: 7/4, 8/18, 9/4; 12 innings: 7/12, 8/26)

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2001 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Anderson, Keith Benavidez, Julian Carter, Bryan Florence, Branden Holm, Steve Holst, Micah Huntingford, Matt Keating, Matt Maestrales, Peter Maldonado, Ed McAuliff, Jimbo McMains, Derin Meyer, Rob Miranda, Mikey Pinon, Alex Turco, Anthony Von Schell, Tyler Williams, Jon TEAM

AVG .206 .319 .223 .274 .208 .272 .227 .224 .258 .500 .242 .271 .292 .278 .231 .244 .273 .615 .261

G 57 50 67 32 33 60 62 26 19 1 20 69 70 59 51 42 75 5 76

AB 155 188 238 124 72 217 220 49 66 2 66 258 274 194 121 86 293 13 2636

R 18 36 36 20 8 41 35 7 6 1 10 40 47 21 20 15 50 5 416

H 32 60 53 34 15 59 50 11 17 1 16 70 80 54 28 21 80 8 689

2B 9 12 12 6 3 15 5 3 5 0 2 18 19 7 5 1 18 1 141

3B 0 1 1 1 1 1 5 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 17

HR 4 9 6 1 0 4 3 1 1 1 1 4 5 0 0 2 10 2 54

RBI 21 39 31 15 2 36 37 2 11 1 4 40 35 22 16 11 45 4 372

BB 18 24 22 12 10 18 13 4 3 0 10 32 25 18 31 12 26 1 279

SO 34 54 46 8 16 38 37 9 19 0 18 26 53 20 20 20 63 2 483

SB 1 2 13 2 1 10 8 0 0 0 3 6 0 4 8 0 1 0 59

CS 0 1 5 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 2 0 21

OBP .299 .395 .303 .352 .310 .346 .301 .283 .300 .500 .359 .350 .359 .338 .391 .337 .337 .643 .340

SLG .342 .537 .357 .363 .278 .406 .336 .347 .409 2.000 .318 .403 .423 .314 .273 .349 .451 1.154 .389

2001 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W-L Ashlock, Chad 4-3 Benjamin, Petersen 3-1 Burres, Brian 3-1 Cram, Josh 5-2 Foppert, Jesse 8-1 Frias, Juan 0-0 Hannaman, Ryan 1-1 Hennessey, Brad 1-0 Hills, Mark 0-0 Hixson, David 3-1 Hutchison, Wes 6-2 Knoedler, Justin 1-1 Liriano, Francisco 0-0 Lowry, Noah 1-1 Meaux, Ryan 2-2 Montes, Albert 2-1 Munter, Scott 1-2 Padgett, Dan 0-0 Pannone, Anthony 7-1 Ransom, Troy 0-2 Uzzell, Todd 2-2 Waddell, Jason 1-1 TEAM 51-25

ERA 4.44 3.23 3.10 3.03 1.93 9.00 2.08 2.38 9.22 2.27 1.64 1.26 5.00 3.60 5.59 3.57 5.91 21.60 4.11 6.41 8.16 5.46 3.79

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GS 10 5 6 0 14 0 3 9 0 0 0 0 2 7 3 0 0 0 14 0 2 1 76

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SV 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 20

IP 47 56 41 36 70 5 13 34 14 48 33 29 9 25 29 23 35 3 77 20 14 28 686

H 46 51 43 41 35 7 8 28 20 46 21 22 7 26 39 21 42 11 82 31 19 30 676

R 26 24 20 16 18 5 5 9 17 14 8 4 5 15 20 10 26 8 41 15 13 19 338

ER 23 20 14 12 15 5 3 9 14 12 6 4 5 10 18 9 23 8 35 14 13 17 289

HR 4 2 2 3 7 0 1 1 4 0 2 0 2 2 4 1 3 1 9 4 1 2 55

HB 0 1 1 2 5 1 0 4 4 4 3 0 0 1 4 2 1 1 8 3 3 1 49

BB 15 7 11 10 23 3 8 11 12 16 14 9 1 8 11 6 12 2 13 11 9 11 223

SO 39 50 38 34 88 2 19 22 11 49 45 38 12 28 27 19 28 1 61 13 6 30 660

WP 1 3 5 4 4 3 0 2 1 3 2 1 0 2 4 3 3 1 7 0 0 3 52

BK 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 11

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2001 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 14 (vs. Tri-City 7/7) 17 (vs. Boise 6/21, 10 innings; @ Hits Spokane 8/9) Doubles 6 (@ Yakima 7/31) Triples 1 (17 times) Home Runs 4 (vs. Boise 6/19) RBI 13 (vs. Tri-City 7/7) Strikeouts 16 (vs. Boise 6/21, 10 innings) Base on Balls 10 (@ Vancouver 8/18) Hit by Pitch 3 (3 times) Stolen Bases 6 (vs. Vancouver 8/19) 13 (4 times: 7/13; 7/27; 8/15; 8/18, 11 Left on Base innings)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 1 (vs. Everett 8/24) Most Hits

22 (vs. Boise 6/19)

Most Runs Earned Runs Strikeouts Base on Balls Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks Most Left on Base

19 (vs. Boise 6/20) 19 (vs. Boise 6/20) 15 (vs. Vancouver 7/17, 10 innings) 9 (@ Boise 7/4, 11 innings) 4 (@ Everett 6/24) 3 (vs. Boise 6/19; vs. Vancouver 7/16) 1 (11 times) 14 (@ Boise 7/4, 11 innings)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2001 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:52 3:23 12 1:54 2:12 4,647 5,468 2,234 866 6 3 5 2 3 3

@ T-C 7/12 (12 innings) @ EUG 7/26, vs. VAN 8/20 @ EVT 8/26 vs. EVT 8/23 (Game 1, 7 innings) vs. BOI 6/23 vs. T-C 7/5 @ SPO 8/10 vs. EUG 6/27 @ T-C 7/11 (8/31-9/5) (7/2-7/4) (8/14-8/21; 8/23-9/2) (6/19-6/20) (7/14-7/24; 7/27-7/29; 8/18-8/26; 9/3-9/5) (7/2-7/4)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2001 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Total vs. West Total vs. East June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Championship Series

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W 5 2 6 3 2 3 5 8 17 27 0 27 5 4 5 2 4 3 4 14 13 4 9 12 2 4 4 2 3 6 5 3 1

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2001 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS WEST SALEM-KEIZER* Vancouver Everett Eugene

W 51 37 36 32

L 25 39 39 44

Pct. .671 .487 .480 .421

GB --14.0 14.5 19.0

Manager Fred Stanley Webster Garrison Terry Pollreisz Jeff Gardner

Attendance 115,340 118,357 114,727 126,592

EAST Boise* Tri-City Yakima Spokane

52 39 33 22

23 36 42 54

.693 .520 .440 .289

--13.0 19.0 30.5

Steve McFarland Stu Cole Greg Lonigro Tom Poquette

99,840 55,613 59,000 181,214

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TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Everett VOLCANOES Eugene Yakima Spokane Vancouver Tri-City

AVG .291 .265 .261 .252 .248 .244 .238 .224

G 75 75 76 76 75 76 76 75

AB 2637 2636 2636 2540 2556 2608 2508 2513

R 441 376 416 361 323 327 320 322

H 768 698 689 641 633 637 597 563

2B 157 141 141 116 138 94 129 126

3B 26 18 17 16 10 22 17 30

HR 62 55 54 57 36 25 44 28

RBI 394 343 372 320 287 277 289 279

BB 238 230 279 270 210 253 280 236

SO 517 629 483 681 631 615 713 669

SB 82 91 59 80 45 82 72 84

CS 41 42 21 37 30 35 34 34

L 23 39 36 25 42 39 44 54

ERA 3.19 3.54 3.61 3.79 4.10 4.22 4.22 5.12

CG 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 1

ShO 8 4 8 7 4 2 3 1

SV 24 17 20 20 22 20 14 10

IP 667.2 670.1 676.0 686.1 663.1 668.0 648.2 670.1

H 626 602 638 676 706 625 638 715

R 309 328 345 338 363 376 373 454

ER 237 264 271 289 302 313 304 381

HR 34 35 38 55 42 49 42 66

BB 216 278 234 223 255 291 240 259

SO 590 629 595 660 580 692 593 598

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Boise Vancouver Tri-City VOLCANOES Yakima Everett Eugene Spokane

W 52 37 39 51 33 36 32 22

TEAM FIELDING TEAM VOLCANOES Yakima Tri-City Eugene Everett Vancouver Spokane Boise

PCT .970 .962 .962 .961 .960 .959 .959 .957

PO 2059 1990 2023 1946 2004 2011 2011 2003

A 826 797 762 755 718 745 782 843

E 90 110 110 109 114 118 120 128

TC 2975 2897 1895 2810 2836 2874 2913 2974

DP 59 60 55 44 60 42 61 52

PB 19 18 20 14 18 16 23 21

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS MGR MVP C 1B (tie) 1B (tie) 2B (tie) 2B (tie) 3B SS

PLAYER Fred Stanley J. J. Johnson Casey Meyers Brad Bouras Greg Dobbs Tim Merritt Dan Uggla Corey Slavik Jason Bartlett

TEAM VOLCANOES Boise Vancouver Boise Everett Everett Yakima Boise Eugene

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POS OF OF OF DH RHP LHP RHRP (tie) RHRP (tie) LHRP

PLAYER Keto Anderson Matt Allegra J. J. Johnson Greg Sain Angel Guzman Dontrelle Willis Wes Hutchison Jorge Sosa Brett Price

TEAM Boise Vancouver Boise Eugene Boise Boise VOLCANOES Everett Vancouver

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2001 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Keto Anderson, BOI Brad Bouras, BOI Condor Cash, BOI

.376 .349 .347

RUNS Keto Anderson, BOI J. J. Johnson, BOI TYLER VON SCHELL, S-K

70 55 50

TRIPLES Keto Anderson, BOI MATT HUNTINGFORD, S-K Several Players tied at

6 5 5

TOTAL BASES Keto Anderson, BOI Greg Sain, EUG Condor Cash, BOI

152 144 141

STOLEN BASES Marcus Nettles, EUG Keto Anderson, BOI James Shanks, SPO

35 24 24

GAMES TYLER VON SCHELL, S-K Kyle Nichols, YAK Richie Barrett, YAK HITS Keto Anderson, BOI J. J. Johnson, BOI Condor Cash, BOI HOME RUNS Greg Sain, EUG Kyle Nichols, YAK Allegra, VAN; Johnson, VAN SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Condor Cash, BOI Greg Sain, EUG JULIAN BENAVIDEZ, S-K BASE ON BALLS Corey Slavik, BOI John DiBetta, EUG McMAINS, S-K, Fallon, SPO

75 75 73

AT BATS TYLER VON SCHELL, S-K Keto Anderson, BOI Jose Lopez, EVR

293 290 289

109 91 85

DOUBLES Brad Bouras, BOI Kyle Nichols, YAK J. D. Alleva, SPO

25 24 23

16 12 11

RBI J. J. Johnson, BOI Brad Bouras, BOI Kyle Nichols, YAK

61 60 51

.576 .563 .537 39 33 32

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Brad Bouras, BOI Condor Cash, BOI Keto Anderson, BOI STRIKEOUTS Matt Allegra, VAN Jorge Sosa, VAN Jeff Brooks, YAK

.419 .406 .404 104 84 83

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Angel Guzman, BOI JESSE FOPPERT, S-K Sergio Mitre, BOI Dontrelle Willis, BOI

9 8 8 8

GAMES Darwin Soto, EUG John Herbert, EUG Mike Hoyt, EUG

30 28 28

SAVES WES HUTCHISON, S-K Levi Frary, T-C P. J. Bevis, YAK

10 9 8

LOSSES Jason Anderegg, EUG Barry Armitage, SPO Geoff Jones, EUG Christian Gonzalez, VAN

7 7 7 7

GAMES STARTED Christian Gonzalez, VAN Several Players tied at

16 15

STRIKEOUTS James Harden, VAN Gus Martinez, EVR Travis Blackley, EVR

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Angel Guzman, BOI Hits Allowed Jon Castellanos, YAK Runs Allowed (tie) Barry Armitage, SPO Geoff Jones, EUG Earned Runs Allowed Barry Armitage, SPO HR Allowed (tie) Charles Merricks, T-C A. PANNONE, S-K Hit Batters Gus Martinez, EVR Wild Pitches (tie) Kyle Middleton, SPO Greg Valera, YAK

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.900 (9-1) 100 57 57 49 9 9 18 10 10

100 100 90

EARNED RUN AVERAGE JESSE FOPPERT, S-K Angel Guzman, BOI Gus Martinez, EVR Christian Gonzalez, VAN

1.93 2.23 2.67 2.67

INNINGS PITCHED Dontrelle Willis, BOI Sergio Mitre, BOI Christian Gonzalez, VAN

93.2 91.0 87.2

WALKS Phil Cullen, EVR James Harden, VAN Gus Martinez, EVR

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits James Shanks, SPO Sacrifice Flies J. J. Johnson, BOI Hit By Pitch Ashley Freeman, T-C Caught Stealing Marcus Nettles, EUG Grounded into DP (tie) DERIN McMAINS, S-K ROB MEYER, S-K

49 38 34

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The 2000 Season: Building With Stanley Tools After nearly 20 years as an architect in player development, Fred Stanley strapped on his tool belt and once again became a carpenter, accepting the San Francisco Giants offer to manage their finest young prospects with the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes. The assignment rewarded all parties: the Volcanoes staged a late pennant drive that kept them in contention until the final two days of the season while Stanley was chosen Northwest League Manager of the Year. It would be hard to imagine a closer fight for the flag. With two weeks to go, the four Southern Division teams were separated by one-half game and all had the same number of losses. The Northern Division teams finished the season separated by only four games, the closest four-team division race in NWL history. For the third consecutive year, the winners in both divisions were decided in the season’s final 48 hours. In traditional fashion, the Volcanoes started slowly and closed fast. They lost their first four games, were 4-11 on July 4th and by August 1st the team was 16-25. Their fight back into the pennant race is the story of the season. Salem-Keizer opened the season at home against Everett. Unlike the Volcanoes, whose roster was dominated by players selected in the June draft two weeks before the opener, the AquaSox were a battle-tested club. Nineteen of their players had gone through extended spring training and the difference in experience showed. Everett won the first four games, outscoring the Volcanoes, 41-19. On June 24th, Salem-Keizer earned its first win, beating the AquaSox 11-8. Bryan Carter, a 42nd round draft choice, and Derek Bell, a free agent, led the team’s 13-hit attack. Carter had four safeties including a double and home run. Bell had three hits and five RBI’s. The two typified the players Stanley put on the field, players without “blue chip” credentials who were chosen late in the draft or signed as free agents. They were also players who loved the game. There were others. Centerfielder Jason Ellison (22nd round) played in all but two games, hit .300 and led the league in hits and runs scored. Catcher Trey Lunsford (33rd round) caught 59 games, batted .270 with 30 RBI’s and made the league All-Star team. Second baseman Bryan Gann (47th round) stepped into a starting role in the first week of the season, played 66 games and hit .273. Among the position players, only 3B Lance Niekro (2nd round), OF Adam Shabala (8th), SS Ed Maldonado (9th) and OF Nick Wilfong (10th) were Top 10 draft choices. Niekro, in particular, made a significant impact. The son of former Major League pitcher Joe Niekro (221-204) and nephew of Hall of Famer Phil Niekro (318-274), Lance led the league in batting (.362) and earned All-Star honors at third base despite being limited to 49 games because of injuries. After winning only four of their first 15 games, Salem-Keizer welcomed Niekro to the lineup on July 5th in Portland. After scoring just one run in three games, the club was struggling. With hard-throwing lefthander Joe Farley tossing five innings of one-hit ball against the Rockies, the Volcanoes recorded their first shutout, 3-0. Then, after winning two of five games against Boise and two of five in Everett, Salem-Keizer won its first sea2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

son series, sweeping three games against Vancouver. At 12-17, the Volcanoes were four games behind first place Eugene. The highlight of the Vancouver series was the hitting of Nick Wilfong who went 8-14 with two doubles, two triples and seven RBI’s. By July 22nd, the University of Missouri standout was leading the league in hitting (.381) after a seven-game stretch that saw him scorch the spheroid at a .571 clip (16-28). However, while Wilfong, Ellison (.333), Niekro (.333), Lunsford (.326) and Carter (.318) had found their stride at the plate, and while the defense was vastly improved (26 errors in 26 games after making 16 in the first six), the team’s pitching was still a work in progress. San Francisco had placed a priority on pitching in the June draft, selecting hurlers in six of the first seven rounds: 18-year old Florida flame-thrower Boof Bonser (1st round), Brion Treadway (3rd), Ryan Hannaman (4th), Kyle Gross (5th), Chad Ashlock (6th) and Erick Threets (7th). Bonser and Treadway would be brought along slowly, moving into the starting rotation in August. Ashlock, Gross and Hannaman were limited by injury to a combined 1-2 record in just 18 innings. Threets did not pitch for Salem-Keizer. Without the high draft picks, Stanley and pitching coach Trevor Wilson put together a staff of unheralded prospects including starters Joe Farley, Jason Farmer, Wesley Faust and Eric Johnson. Julio Pavon and Rafael Rigueiro were solid in long relief while Jackson Markert and “Cool Hand” Luke Anderson were outstanding closers. Only Farley had been an early draft choice (7th round, 1997), but he’d been sidelined with injuries for almost two years. Yet, by the end of the year, pitching would be a team strength: the staff allowed more than five runs in just three of their last 31 games after yielding more than five runs in 18 of their first 30 contests. Salem-Keizer finished July by losing seven of their last 11 games. After dropping a 7-3 decision in Vancouver on August 1st, the Volcanoes were 16-25, nine games under .500 and six games behind the division-leading Eugene Emeralds. The ship would turn the following day. In what may have been the season’s pivotal game, Salem-Keizer took a 7-6 lead to the bottom of 8th inning against Vancouver. After the Canadians loaded the bases with nobody out, Stanley called Anderson from the bullpen and the 6’ 5” righthander closed the door, getting two strikeouts and a ground ball to end the 8th before retiring the side in order in the 9th. The game began a stretch where S-K won 11 of 13 games and fought their way into the pennant race. It also began a month when Luke Anderson was nearly perfect. Beginning with his dramatic save in Vancouver, Luke made 10 appearances in August. In those games, he pitched 13 innings and did not give up a run. He allowed just four hits, struck out 23 and did not walk a batter. During one seven-game stretch, Anderson retired 24 consecutive batters. During the month, he earned one win and seven saves. On August 3rd, Salem-Keizer opened a six-game, home-andhome series in Portland. Wesley Faust won the opener with 7 1/3 innings of five-hit shutout ball as the Volcanoes won 4-0. When the teams moved to The Crater, Farley, Farmer and Faust pitched 127


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S-K to three consecutive wins. The Volcanoes were now 22-26 and out of the cellar for the first time since June 29th. On August 9th, Salem-Keizer opened a three-game series in Eugene. In the opener, Derek Bell doubled in the 11th inning and scored on Jason Ellison’s single as S-K won 3-2. Julio Pavon won his fifth game with three innings of shutout relief while Cool Hand Luke chalked up another save. After the game, Pavon was promoted to Bakersfield. It would be a key loss for the staff. On August 10th, Eugene’s Mark Freed held Salem-Keizer hitless for eight innings. Trailing 5-0, the Volcanoes rallied for four runs in the 9th as reserve catcher Jose Cerda broke up the no-hit bid with a leadoff double, but the Ems held on to win 5-4. On the 11th, the Volcanoes trailed 6-5 going to the 9th, then scored three runs to win 8-6. Bell’s one-out single to right drove in Trey Lunsford with the winning run. Now 24-27 and three games out of first, the Volcanoes opened a five-game series with Spokane August 12th. In the opener, Bell completed a heroic week, ripping a three-run pinch hit homer in the bottom of the 10th to give Salem-Keizer a 7-4 win. Two days later, the season took a dramatic turn when the team lost both Niekro and Wilfong with injuries. Niekro strained a leg muscle and couldn’t run; Wilfong jammed his shoulder attempting a diving catch and wouldn’t fully recover until after the season. Despite losing their top two power hitters, S-K won four of five against Spokane. Now the team was at .500 for the first time (2828), alone in second place and just one game behind Eugene. There were 20 games left when Salem-Keizer rolled into Yakima to meet the Northern Division leaders. In a series filled with close contests, the Bears won four of five games with only Wesley Faust earning a victory for S-K, 5-2, in the second game. After Yakima won the third game, 3-2 in 11 innings, the teams staged another thriller on August 21st. Trailing 4-2 in the top of the 9th, Derek Bell hit a towering home run with two outs to tie the score before the Bears won it in the bottom of the inning. Despite losing four of five in Yakima, Salem-Keizer lost no ground to Eugene after the Ems dropped four of five to Boise. On August 23rd, the Volcanoes (30-32) moved into a first place tie with Eugene after beating Vancouver, 6-0, behind Jason Farmer and Jackson Markert. With both Portland and Vancouver at 29-32, the four Southern Division teams were separated by a half game. There were two weeks left in the season. After losing back-to-back games to the Canadians, SalemKeizer headed south to open a six-game, home-and-home series with Eugene. The first game, Saturday, August 26th, went 14 innings, the longest in Volcanoes history. S-K won when Wilfong singled in the winning run and Markert threw four innings of two-hit, shutout relief. After the Ems won the second game, the teams staged a showdown on Monday night matching two of the league’s top hurlers, S-K’s Jason Farmer and Eugene’s Wilton Chavez. Farmer threw five scoreless innings; Chavez allowed one run in seven. In the bottom of the 8th, trailing 1-0, the Ems

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scored four runs to win 4-1. When Eugene won the following night at The Crater, the Volcanoes had their backs to the wall. They trailed by four games with eight to play. The last two games against Eugene saw sensational pitching performances from Brion Treadway (six innings of two-hit ball) and Boof Bonser (six innings, one-hit ball) as each won his first game. At the plate, Niekro was a one-man wrecking crew. With his father, Joe, in the stands, Lance went 6-8 with three doubles and seven RBI’s as S-K won 7-2 and 8-1. With the back-to-back losses, Eugene lost its share of first place. Now, with six games left, Vancouver led the Ems by one while the Volcanoes (33-37) trailed the Canadians by three. While the Emeralds journeyed north to play Vancouver, SalemKeizer opened its final homestand against last-place Portland on September 1st. Trailing by a run going to the bottom of the 8th, the Volcanoes tied the game on Niekro’s leadoff home run, then won it in the 10th. Vancouver increased their lead over Eugene to two games with a 6-0 win. After rain visited Volcanoes Stadium on Saturday, the teams scheduled a day-night doubleheader on September 3rd. The Rockies took the afternoon affair, 3-0, while Salem-Keizer won the nightcap, 5-4, as Ellison had four hits and Dan Padgett struck out all six batters he faced to earn the win in relief. Three games remained; three teams were still in the race. Vancouver and Eugene were both 37-36 after the Ems won their last two games in Canada. Salem-Keizer, at 35-38, trailed by two. The Volcanoes would close the season in Vancouver while Eugene would host Portland. S-K could still claim the division title if they swept the Canadians and the Rockies won at least two of three games from Eugene. Brion Treadway opened in Vancouver and had another strong outing, pitching six innings of shutout ball. Salem-Keizer made the most of six hits (and took advantage of six errors) to win 5-2. In Eugene, the Emeralds won 7-5 to take a one-game lead they would not relinquish. The Volcanoes pennant hopes ended the next day. Vancouver took advantage of Boof Bonser’s wildness in the first to score four runs, then watched them stand up in a 4-3 win. With a 4-1 loss on the season’s final day, SalemKeizer closed the year 36-40, four games behind Eugene. The Ems would lose the NWL Championship Series to Yakima in five games, 3-2. The Volcanoes had closed well. The team was 17-13 in August as Niekro hit .417, Wesley Faust (4-0, 0.74) and Jason Farmer (2-1, 0.76) were sensational on the mound and Luke Anderson was untouchable out of the bullpen. Fred Stanley had built an exciting team of hustling overachievers who left believing they might well have won the pennant without the injuries to Niekro and Wilfong. He would return with his tool belt the following year, committed to building another pennant contender on Oregon’s Field of Dreams.

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2000 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS SAVE RECORD GB PLACE 6/20 EVT L 5‑9 3562 Harrelson (0‑1) 0‑1 ‑1 T‑2nd 6/21 EVT L 4‑12 3313 Faust (0‑1) 0‑2 ‑1 T‑3rd 6/22 EVT L 2‑6 2605 Farmer (0‑1) 0‑3 ‑2 4th 6/23 EVT L 8‑14 4176 Featherstone (0‑1) 0‑4 ‑3 4th 6/24 EVT W 11‑8 3633 Harrelson (1‑1) Markert (1) 1‑4 ‑3 4th 6/25 @ BOI L 5‑11 Pavon (0‑1) 1‑5 ‑3 4th 6/26 @ BOI W 11‑4 Faust (1‑1) 2‑5 ‑2 T‑3rd 6/27 @ BOI L 5‑6* Uzzell (0‑1) 2‑6 ‑2 T‑3rd 6/28 @ BOI W 13‑9 Pavon (1‑1) Markert (2) 3‑6 ‑2 3rd 6/29 @ BOI L 6‑9 Harrelson (1‑2) 3‑7 ‑3 T‑3rd 6/30 EUG L 5‑7* 2800 Uzzell (0‑2) 3‑8 ‑3 4th 7/1 EUG W 3‑2 3065 Padgett (1‑0) 4‑8 ‑2 4th 7/2 EUG L 0‑10 5399 Johnson (0‑1) 4‑9 ‑3 4th 7/3 @ POR L 1‑7 Graham (0‑1) 4‑10 ‑3.5 4th 7/4 @ POR L 0‑8 Harrelson (1‑3) 4‑11 ‑4.5 4th 7/5 @ POR W 3‑0 Farley (1‑0) Markert (3) 5‑11 ‑3.5 4th 7/6 BOI L 1‑3 2857 Faust (1‑2) 5‑12 ‑4.5 4th 7/7 BOI W 4‑3 3196 Uzzell (1‑2) Markert (4) 6‑12 ‑4.5 4th 7/8 BOI W 12‑1 2977 Pavon (2‑1) 7‑12 ‑3.5 4th 7/9 BOI L 3‑4 3197 Rigueiro (0‑1) 7‑13 ‑4.5 4th 7/10 BOI L 6‑7 4288 Farley (1‑1) 7‑14 ‑5.5 4th 7/12 @ EVT W 16‑10 Faust (2‑2) 8‑14 ‑4.5 4th 7/13 @ EVT W 4‑1 Johnson (1‑1) Anderson (1) 9‑14 ‑4.5 4th 7/14 @ EVT L 1‑3 Featherstone (0‑2) 9‑15 ‑4.5 4th 7/15 @ EVT L 4‑5 Markert (0‑1) 9‑16 ‑4.5 4th 7/16 @ EVT L 4‑5 Harrelson (1‑4) 9‑17 ‑5 4th 7/17 VAN W 7‑6* 2837 Graham (1‑1) 10‑17 ‑5 4th 7/18 VAN W 9‑6 3125 Johnson (2‑1) Anderson (2) 11‑17 ‑5 4th 7/19 VAN W 4‑2 3141 Farmer (1‑1) Pavon (1) 12‑17 ‑4 4th 7/20 @ SPO L 6‑13 Uzzell (1‑3) 12‑18 ‑5 4th 7/21 @ SPO W 6‑2 Farley (2‑1) 13‑18 ‑4 4th 7/22 @ SPO L 4‑8 Faust (2‑3) 13‑19 ‑5 4th 7/23 @ SPO L 1‑3 Johnson (2‑2) 13‑20 ‑5 4th 7/24 @ SPO W 4‑3* Markert (1‑1) Anderson (3) 14‑20 ‑4 4th 7/26 YAK L 1‑2 2990 Bonser (0‑1) 14‑21 ‑5 4th 7/27 YAK W 5‑4 3211 Faas (1‑0) Anderson (4) 15‑21 ‑4 4th 7/28 YAK L 5‑12 3799 Faust (2‑4) 15‑22 ‑5 4th 7/29 YAK W 7‑6* 4006 Pavon (3‑1) 16‑22 ‑4.5 4th 7/30 YAK L 0‑4 2828 Treadway (0‑1) 16‑23 ‑4 4th 7/31 @ VAN L 0‑10 Bonser (0‑2) 16‑24 ‑5 4th 8/1 @ VAN L 3‑7 Farley (2‑2) 16‑25 ‑6 4th 8/2 @ VAN W 7‑6 Faas (2‑0) Anderson (5) 17‑25 ‑6 4th 8/3 @ POR W 4‑0 Faust (3‑4) Uzzell (1) 18‑25 ‑5 4th 8/4 @ POR L 4‑10 Treadway (0‑2) 18‑26 ‑5 4th 8/5 @ POR W 11‑7 Pavon (4‑1) 19‑26 ‑5 4th 8/6 POR W 5‑4 4067 Farley (3‑2) Anderson (6) 20‑26 ‑5 4th 8/7 POR W 4‑1 2915 Farmer (2‑1) Markert (5) 21‑26 ‑4 3rd 8/8 POR W 13‑5 3161 Faust (4‑4) 22‑26 ‑4 3rd 8/9 @ EUG W 3‑2* Pavon (5‑1) Anderson (7) 23‑26 ‑3 3rd 8/10 @ EUG L 4‑5 Bonser (0‑3) 23‑27 ‑4 3rd 8/11 @ EUG W 8‑6 Markert (2‑1) Anderson (8) 24‑27 ‑3 2nd 8/12 SPO W 7‑4* 4083 Anderson (1‑0) 25‑27 ‑3 2nd 8/13 SPO W 6‑0 3247 Faust (5‑4) 26‑27 ‑3 2nd 8/14 SPO W 7‑4 2759 Gross (1‑0) Anderson (9) 27‑27 ‑2 2nd 8/15 SPO L 3‑5 3100 Uzzell (1‑4) 27‑28 ‑2 2nd 8/16 SPO W 2‑1 2866 Farley (4‑2) Anderson (10) 28‑28 ‑1 2nd 8/18 @ YAK L 3‑5 Farmer (2‑2) 28‑29 ‑2 2nd 8/19 @ YAK W 5‑2 Faust (6‑4) Anderson (11) 29‑29 ‑1 2nd 8/20 @ YAK L 2‑3* Faas (2‑1) 29‑30 ‑1 3rd 8/21 @ YAK L 4‑5 Uzzell (1‑5) 29‑31 ‑1 3rd 8/22 @ YAK L 0‑3 Farley (4‑3) 29‑32 ‑1 3rd 8/23 VAN W 6‑0 3175 Farmer (3‑2) Markert (6) 30‑32 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 8/24 VAN L 2‑4 3057 Gross (1‑1) 30‑33 ‑1 3rd 8/25 VAN L 3‑5 3403 Treadway (0‑3) 30‑34 ‑2 3rd 8/26 @ EUG W 5‑4* Markert (3‑1) Padgett (1) 31‑34 ‑1.5 3rd 8/27 @ EUG L 4‑8 Farley (4‑4) 31‑35 ‑3 3rd 8/28 @ EUG L 1‑4 Padgett (1‑1) 31‑36 ‑3 3rd 8/29 EUG L 5‑8 3002 Gross (1‑2) 31‑37 ‑4 3rd 8/30 EUG W 7‑2 2960 Treadway (1‑3) Markert (7) 32‑37 ‑4 3rd 8/31 EUG W 8‑1 3154 Bonser (1‑3) 33‑37 ‑3 3rd 9/1 POR W 4‑3* 2781 Faas (3‑1) 34‑37 ‑3 3rd 9/3 POR L 0‑3 3018 Farmer (3‑3) 34‑38 ‑3 3rd 9/3 POR W 5‑4* 3656 Padgett (2‑1) 35‑38 ‑2 3rd 9/4 @ VAN W 6‑2 Treadway (2‑3) Anderson (12) 36‑38 ‑2 3rd 9/5 @ VAN L 3‑4 Bonser (1‑4) 36‑39 ‑3 3rd 9/6 @ VAN L 1‑4 Diaz (0‑1) 36‑40 ‑4 3rd * Extra Innings (8 innings: 9/3, second game; 10 innings: 6/27, 8/12, 9/1; 11 innings: 6/30, 7/24, 7/29, 8/9, 8/20; 12 innings: 7/17; 14 innings: 8/26)

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2000 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Alexander, Kevin Bell, Derek Carter, Bryan Cerda, Jose Cook, Josh D’Jesus, F. Ellison, Jason Gann, Bryan Keating, Matt Lunsford, Trey Maldonado, Ed Niekro, Lance Pekar, Jason Reynoso, Ismael Santos, Deivis Shabala, Adam Strankman, Elliott Trumble, Danny Turco, Anthony Walker, Mark Wilfong, Nick TEAM

AVG. .197 .245 .265 .232 .192 .333 .300 .273 .228 .270 .188 .362 .169 .150 .000 .216 .167 .167 .500 .179 .282 .251

G 24 66 63 17 34 1 74 66 34 59 57 49 24 18 2 59 3 15 3 35 65 76

AB 66 204 226 56 130 3 300 256 114 215 191 196 65 60 7 176 6 48 12 95 227 2653

R 6 30 24 8 14 0 67 33 12 23 23 27 10 4 0 27 2 1 3 12 35 361

H 13 50 60 13 25 1 90 70 26 58 36 71 11 9 0 38 1 8 6 17 64 667

2B 1 12 8 3 7 1 15 9 6 9 9 14 4 4 0 6 0 1 1 3 14 127

3B 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 5 22

HR 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 5 26

RBI 4 37 28 5 14 1 28 15 16 30 16 44 7 5 0 19 0 3 3 7 31 313

BB 17 37 20 6 6 0 29 19 5 30 13 11 6 1 0 30 0 6 0 13 30 279

SO 9 39 37 5 19 1 45 40 13 40 46 25 20 12 0 60 2 24 2 52 83 584

SB 0 4 13 1 0 0 13 5 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 6 52

CS 2 1 3 0 2 0 7 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 25

OBP .369 .363 .333 .306 .234 .333 .374 .330 .262 .378 .240 .404 .230 .164 .000 .335 .167 .273 .500 .278 .374 .329

SLG .212 .377 .358 .339 .246 .667 .363 .309 .281 .353 .251 .551 .231 .217 .000 .352 .500 .229 .583 .263 .454 .345

WP 3 1 4 0 6 3 1 5 9 3 1 0 6 4 4 3 3 9 0 0 9 74

BK 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 10

2000 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER Anderson, Luke Ashlock, Chad Bonser, Boof Diaz, Felix Faas, Matthew Farley, Joe Farmer, Jason Faust, Wesley Featherstone, D. Graham, Elgin Gross, Kyle Hannaman, Ryan Harrelson, Jim Johnson, Eric Markert, Jackson Padgett, Dan Pavon, Julio Rigueiro, Rafael Smith, Joe Treadway, Brion Uzzell, Todd TEAM

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W-L 1-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 3-1 4-4 3-3 6-4 0-2 1-1 1-2 0-0 1-4 2-2 3-1 2-1 5-1 0-1 0-0 2-3 1-5 36-40

ERA 1.45 2.25 6.00 8.10 2.83 4.38 1.62 3.84 9.33 6.17 7.62 0.00 12.18 3.18 2.27 5.23 5.63 4.65 0.00 2.31 4.62 4.21

G 25 2 10 3 24 16 16 15 12 19 8 1 6 8 21 20 14 28 3 8 16 76

GS 0 2 9 0 0 14 9 11 3 2 2 0 4 8 0 0 2 0 0 8 2 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 1 0 0 0 1 22

IP 31 4 33 3 35 76 67 84 18 35 13 1 17 40 36 21 48 41 5 35 39 681

H 19 5 21 6 33 63 58 102 25 37 15 1 27 30 28 17 62 38 3 35 44 669

R 5 2 23 6 14 42 19 44 23 24 14 0 23 19 9 12 33 24 0 19 31 386

ER 5 1 22 3 11 37 12 36 19 24 11 0 23 14 9 12 30 21 0 9 20 319

HR 1 0 2 2 3 9 2 9 3 1 1 0 4 0 0 2 5 1 0 2 2 49

HB 1 0 1 1 5 6 7 2 3 2 5 0 9 1 2 0 2 2 0 4 3 56

BB 10 4 29 1 21 56 31 24 34 25 18 1 9 24 15 9 16 31 4 17 22 401

SO 55 2 41 2 18 87 47 56 15 24 9 1 11 24 38 37 50 52 5 29 28 631

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2000 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 16 (@ Everett 7/12) Hits 16 (@ Eugene 8/26, 14 innings) Doubles 4 (7 times) Triples 2 (@ Vancouver 8/2; vs. Eugene 8/29) Home Runs 3 (@ Everett 7/16) RBI 15 (@ Everett 7/12) Strikeouts 16 (@ Yakima 8/20, 11 innings) Base on Balls 14 (@ Everett 7/12) Hit by Pitch 3 (@ Boise 6/27; vs. Vancouver 7/18) Stolen Bases 3 (4 times) Left on Base 15 (@ Eugene 8/26, 14 innings)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 2 (vs. Eugene 8/20) Most Hits 22 (vs. Yakima 7/28) Most Runs 14 (vs. Everett 6/23) Earned Runs 13 (vs. Everett 6/23) Strikeouts 15 (@ Vancouver 8/2) Base on Balls 13 (@ Vancouver 9/5) Hit Batters 3 (@ Boise 6/29; @ Spokane 7/22) Wild Pitches 1 (10 times) Most Left on Base 14 (5 times: 7/7; 7/16; 7/28; 8/1; 9/4)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 2000 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:01 3:28 14 2:05 2:11 5,399 7,243 2,605 1,251 5 4 6 4 3 4

@ EUG 8/26 (14 innings) @ Portland 8/5 @ EUG 8/26 vs. Portland 9/3 (Game 1, 7 innings) vs. BOI 7/6; @ SPO 7/23 vs. EUG 7/2 @ Portland 7/3 vs. EVT 6/22 @ YAK 8/22 (8/5-8/9) (6/20-6/23) (8/6-8/14) (6/20-6/23) (7/5-7/13) (7/14-7/20)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 2000 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Portland Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Everett Vs. Spokane Vs. Yakima Total vs. South Total vs. North June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

W 4 8 13 2 8 5 1 7 20 36 1 35 6 8 6 4 3 6 3 20 16 3 13 17 3 3 6 2 9 4 4 8

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W 2 5 9 1 5 0 1 5 11 21 0 21 3 5 4 2 1 4 2 12 9 1 8 10 2 3 3 2 4 2 2 5

HOME

L 3 1 3 5 2 3 0 4 3 17 1 16 3 1 2 3 4 1 3 6 11 5 7 4 1 4 1 3 2 3 4 0

W 2 3 4 1 3 5 0 2 9 15 1 14 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 8 7 2 5 7 1 0 3 0 5 2 2 3

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L 3 2 7 3 4 3 0 6 6 23 4 19 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 10 13 3 9 9 2 5 4 5 1 3 3 2

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2000 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS NORTH Yakima* Boise Spokane Everett

W 41 41 38 37

L 35 35 38 39

Pct. .539 .539 .500 .487

GB ----3 4

Manager Butch Hughes Tom Kotchman Tom Poquette Terry Pollreisz

Attendance 68,905 133,715 188,774 114,024

SOUTH Eugene* Vancouver SALEM-KEIZER Portland

40 39 36 32

36 37 40 44

.526 .513 .474 .421

--1 4 8

Danny Sheaffer Dave Joppie Fred Stanley Billy White

139,790 109,576 125,409 161,446

*Yakima won tiebreaker with Boise and defeated Eugene, three games to two, to win Championship Series

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Yakima Spokane VOLCANOES Everett Eugene Portland Vancouver

AVG .257 .255 .253 .251 .244 .244 .239 .238

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2665 2535 2559 2653 2610 2574 2531 2511

R 440 326 389 361 376 340 317 344

H 686 646 647 667 637 627 606 597

2B 146 121 117 127 111 129 120 124

3B 14 15 12 22 15 22 22 11

HR 53 34 35 26 46 47 31 21

RBI 382 294 341 313 327 306 280 303

BB 348 250 340 279 317 296 264 336

SO 687 583 629 584 685 615 664 649

SB 102 109 80 52 141 120 69 47

CS 29 56 30 25 60 48 41 28

L 37 36 35 38 44 39 40 35

ERA 3.24 3.38 3.54 3.78 3.81 4.03 4.21 4.73

CG 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

ShO 7 8 6 3 7 4 4 2

SV 22 24 20 19 12 14 22 23

IP 671.1 688.2 681.1 677.0 657.0 691.2 681.1 685.2

H 585 583 628 642 621 669 669 716

R 322 314 322 347 362 399 386 441

ER 242 259 268 284 278 310 319 360

HR 23 30 41 29 35 50 49 36

BB 260 264 215 315 314 329 401 332

SO 603 707 687 596 541 716 631 615

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Vancouver Eugene Yakima Spokane Portland Everett VOLCANOES Boise

W 39 40 41 38 32 37 36 41

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Yakima VOLCANOES Everett Spokane Eugene Vancouver Boise Portland

PCT .967 .965 .964 .963 .960 .957 .954 .953

PO 2044 2044 2075 2031 2066 2014 2057 1971

A 812 806 827 847 839 875 848 803

E 96 102 109 110 121 130 141 137

TC 2942 2952 3011 2988 3026 3019 3046 2911

DP 59 70 60 61 56 57 80 57

PB 15 25 20 11 12 26 13 25

POS

PLAYER

TEAM

OF OF OF DH RHP LHP RHRP LHRP

Nic Alvarez Jamal Strong Brad Hawpe Brian Downing Wilton Chavez Mark Freed Charlie Thames Adrian Aguilera

Yakima Everett Portland Boise Eugene Eugene Boise Yakima

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS MGR MVP (tie) MVP (tie) C (tie) C (tie) 1B 2B 3B SS

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PLAYER Fred Stanley Garrett Atkins Jamal Strong Trey Lunsford Ryan Jorgensen Garrett Atkins Blake Blasi Lance Niekro Freddie Bynum

TEAM VOLCANOES Portland Everett VOLCANOES Eugene Portland Portland VOLCANOES Vancouver

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2000 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE LANCE NIEKRO, S-K Brad Downing, BOI Jamal Strong, EVR Justin Cowan, SPO RUNS JASON ELLISON, S-K Jamal Strong, EVR Marco Cunningham, SPO TRIPLES Nic Jackson, EUG NICK WILFONG, S-K Jorge Sosa, POR TOTAL BASES Brad Downing, BOI Chad Santos, SPO Nic Jackson, EUG STOLEN BASES Jamal Strong, EVR Marco Cunningham, SPO Johnny Raburn, BOI

.362 .337 .314 .312 67 63 58 7 5 5 134 127 119 60 31 28

GAMES Marco Cunningham, SPO Brad Downing, BOI Jeremy Schied, VAN Jamal Strong, EVR

75 75 75 75

AT BATS JASON ELLISON, S-K Jamal Strong, EVR Nic Jackson, EUG Brad Downing, BOI

HITS Brad Downing, BOI Jamal Strong, EVR JASON ELLISON, S-K

96 93 90

DOUBLES Ben Cordova, SPO Brad Hawpe, POR Murphy, BOI; Santos, SPO

20 19 18

HOME RUNS Chad Santos, SPO Jeff Wagner, BOI Alvarez, YAK; Coulie, BOI

14 12 10

RBI Jeff Wagner, BOI Atkins, POR: Jackson, EUG Santos, SPO

53 47 47

.551 .521 .502

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Brad Downing, BOI Jamal Strong, EVR Garrett Atkins, POR

.426 .422 .411

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE LANCE NIEKRO, S-K Nic Alvarez, YAK Brad Hawpe, POR BASE ON BALLS Marco Cunningham, SPO Johnny Raburn, BOI Jamal Strong, EVR

54 54 52

STRIKEOUTS Chad Santos, SPO Jorge Sosa, POR Michael Mallory, EUG

300 296 294 285

103 102 98

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Mark Freed, EUG Brad Stiles, SPO Heath Totten, YAK David Wolensky, BOI

9 8 8 8

GAMES John Butler, EVR RAFAEL RIGUEIRO, S-K Gilbert Landestoy, BOI

30 28 28

SAVES LUKE ALEXANDER, S-K Charlie Thames, BOI John Butler, EVR Rich Rodarmel, VAN

12 11 10 10

LOSSES Justin Hampson, POR Darin Moore, VAN Five Players tied at GAMES STARTED Six Players tied at

STRIKEOUTS Wilton Chavez, EUG Aaron Krawiec, EUG Rett Johnson, EVR David Wolensky, BOI

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Wilton Chavez, EUG Hits Allowed WESLEY FAUST, S-K Runs Allowed Aaron Taylor, EVR Earned Runs Allowed Aaron Taylor, EVR Home Runs Allowed Adam Pace, BOI Hit Batters (tie) Darin Moore, VAN Brandon O’Neal, BOI Wild Pitches Darin Moore, VAN

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.875 (7-1) 102 54 52 10 11 11 12

8 7 6

15

103 99 88 88

EARNED RUN AVERAGE JASON FARMER, S-K Wilton Chavez, EUG Rett Johnson, EVR Heath Totten, YAK

1.62 1.69 2.07 2.30

INNINGS PITCHED Wilton Chavez, EUG Aaron Krawiec, EUG Steve Langone, YAK

90.1 88.0 84.2

WALKS JOE FARLEY, S-K Matt Roney, POR Brad Stiles, SPO Moore, VAN; Taylor, EVR

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits BRYAN GANN, S-K Sacrifice Flies Brad Henderson, SOR Hit By Pitch Joe Thurston, YAK Caught Stealing Joe Thurston, YAK Grounded into DP Jake Baker, SPO

56 44 39 37

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After winning the Northwest League Championship in 1998, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes began the 1999 season with high expectations. By the end of the year—despite a late pennant push that saw the team win 10 of its final 14 games—the Volcanoes fell short of the summit, finishing two games out of first place.

On July 22nd, Toronto native Vance Cozier became the first pitcher on the staff to win two games, beating Eugene 8-3. The following night, McGowan crushed two home runs as S-K won 8-7 in 10 innings. The team completed their sweep of the Ems with a 9-5 victory on Saturday night.

Though the 1999 draft was not as deep as the one San Francisco used to stock the team in 1998, the roster was filled with talented young players and manager Frank Reberger was enthusiastic about the club’s potential. By season’s end, much of that potential was realized.

On Sunday, July 25th, Salem-Keizer opened a five-game series in Spokane, now the hottest team in the league with eight straight wins and a record of 21-14. There would be no letup against the Volcanoes; Spokane won the first four games dropping SalemKeizer to 14-24. In the series’ final game, starter Ryan Cox took a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the sixth when the Indians scored twice. Spokane tied the game in the 9th. In the 10th, the Volcanoes centerfielder Scott Daeley, a dazzling defensive player, drove in the lead run with his fifth hit of the game. When shortstop Joe Jester followed with a grand slam home run, Spokane’s 12-game winning streak was over.

Opening night brought 4,135 to the ballpark for the game between the Volcanoes and Portland. The Rockies scored four times in the first inning and held on to win 5-4. It would be the first of 24 one-run games in which Salem-Keizer was involved in 1999. Despite losing the opener, the Volcanoes finished their first home stand with a record of 5-2, a record that included back-to-back “miracle” wins against Everett. On Thursday, June 24th, in the sixth game of the season, Salem-Keizer trailed the AquaSox 5-2 going to the bottom of the ninth. Then, with two out, Carlos Valderrama singled home two runs to tie the game and first baseman Sean McGowan lashed a single to left to drive in the winner. The following night, the Volcanoes trailed 4-0 and had just three hits when they reached the bottom of the ninth. This time, Salem-Keizer rallied with three hits, three walks, a balk and a hit batter for a 5-4 win. Out of the gate, the Volcanoes top hitters were McGowan and Ryan Luther. McGowan homered in the first two games of the season and after 11 games was hitting .408 (20-49) with four home runs and 14 RBI’s. As a senior at Boston College, Sean earned All-America honors after hitting .430 with 25 home runs and 70 RBI’s. After a month, the versatile Luther was hitting .371 with 10 stolen bases. With a 6-6 record, the Volcanoes made their first trip to Portland on July 1st. In the first game of the series, McGowan suffered a foot injury on the artificial surface at Civic Stadium that would affect him for the rest of the year. His absence changed the course of the season. In the first two weeks of July, the Volcanoes won just three of 12 games and did not hit a single home run. By July 14th, when McGowan returned to the lineup, the club was 9-15 and trailed Southern Oregon by 5 ½ games. On July 4th, a record crowd—5,581—came to Volcanoes Stadium to see Salem-Keizer host Southern Oregon and enjoy the annual Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular. The Timberjacks won 12-8. Against Spokane July 15-16, Salem-Keizer won backto-back games for the first time since the miracle wins against Everett in June. However, any hopes for a change of fortune were dashed when the Volcanoes dropped five straight games and fell to 11-20. One encouraging sign for the team was the arrival of Kurt Ainsworth, a first-team All-American from Louisiana State who had been the Giants first selection in the June draft. After undergoing “Tommy John” surgery on his right elbow, Kurt became one of college baseball’s top prospects after logging a 13-6 record with 157 strikeouts for LSU. His work with the Volcanoes would be carefully monitored, especially in his first month with the team. 134

Manager Frank Reberger felt the victory over Spokane was the turning point in the season. History would prove his judgment correct. Salem-Keizer returned home and won three of five from Yakima. In addition to Ainsworth, the starting rotation now included southpaw Jack Taschner and 17-year old Jerome Williams, two other highly regarded prospects who had been selected in the draft’s first two rounds. To stabilize the young staff, veteran catcher Guillermo Rodriguez rejoined the team from Bakersfield. In his second game back, Rodriguez hit two home runs and a double to lead the Volcanoes to an 11-2 victory. Salem-Keizer hit the road to play Portland and Southern Oregon. In the first game against the Rockies, Ainsworth threw five innings of one-hit ball as the Volcanoes won 10-3. The following night, Taschner struck out seven straight batters in the first three innings. Against the Timberjacks, Williams worked four innings without allowing a hit in his second professional start. When the Volcanoes came home to meet Eugene August 11th, they were 21-28 and 6 ½ games off the lead. Kurt Ainsworth was overpowering against the Ems. He pitched eight innings, gave up six hits and set a club record with 12 strikeouts. The Volcanoes won 6-2. After dropping the second game to Eugene, lefty Brian Meagher went seven solid innings in the finale with S-K winning 6-5. In Everett, the Volcanoes lost three of five games in a series that featured a classic pitching match-up between Craig Anderson, the AquaSox young lefthander from Australia, and Ainsworth. Anderson gave up four hits, struck out 10 and walked one. Kurt yielded three hits, fanned 11 and walked three. Everett won the game, 1-0, on Kevin Robles second inning home run. When the Volcanoes returned home to play Boise, they were 25-32, 5 ½ games behind Southern Oregon and 4 ½ games in back of Portland. Salem-Keizer won the first two games against the Hawks, then saw the roof cave in as Boise took three straight: 11-3, 12-2 and 10-6. Now, 14 games remained: seven with Southern Oregon, four with Portland and three against Eugene. In the opener with the Timberjacks, Jerome Williams threw a three-hit shutout as Salem-Keizer won 8-0. When the Volcanoes won two of the next three games in Medford, they improved their record to 30-36. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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On Saturday night, August 28th, Salem-Keizer and Southern Oregon brought their seven-game series to Volcanoes Stadium. Trailing 9-8 entering the bottom of the ninth, the Volcanoes rallied to win. With two out, Micah Holst smashed a towering home run over the left field fence to salvage a 10-9 victory. Zach Wells earned the win with four shutout innings in relief. After winning Sunday, 5-4, the Volcanoes were held to five hits in the final game of the series as the T-Jacks won 6-2. With the loss, the Volcanoes dropped to 32-37 and faced the challenge of winning four straight games against Portland in order to keep their pennant hopes alive. They almost did it. The first game went to the Volcanoes 5-1 as Joe Jester had a single, double and home run. Jester and McGowan had home runs in a seven-run fourth inning as S-K took the second game 8-1. Micah Holst drove in four runs and Wells pitched three hitless innings in relief as the Volcanoes won the third game 8-5.

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With four games left, the Volcanoes and Rockies were now tied for second, three games behind Southern Oregon. In their final meeting, Salem-Keizer spotted Portland five runs in the first and lost, 13-9, before 4,166 fans in the Volcanoes final home game of the year. The Volcanoes closed the season in Eugene, winning two of three from the Ems to finish 37-39, two games out of first place. With a 22-14 record after July 30th—and with 10 wins in their final 14 games—Salem-Keizer closed the season as the hottest team in the league. Sean McGowan earned post-season honors on the Northwest League All-Star team after hitting .335 with 15 home runs and 62 RBI’s. Portland (39-37) won the division title after taking three straight games from Southern Oregon (38-38) to pass the Timberjacks on the season’s final day. However, the Rockies lost the NWL championship to Spokane (44-32) when the Indians swept the title series in three games.

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1999 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS SAVE RECORD GB PLACE 6/18 POR L 4‑5 4135 Jimenez (0‑1) 0‑1 ‑1 T‑3rd 6/19 POR W 10‑5 3381 Zirelli (1‑0) 1‑1 ‑1.5 T‑2nd 6/21 EVT W 7‑5 2455 Cozier (1‑0) Lee (1) 2‑1 ‑1.5 2nd 6/22 EVT L 3‑7 2531 Cox (0‑1) 2‑2 ‑1.5 T‑2nd 6/23 EVT W 14‑7 2787 Johnson (1‑0) 3‑2 ‑1.5 2nd 6/24 EVT W 6‑5 2593 Lee (1‑0) 4‑2 ‑1.5 2nd 6/25 EVT W 5‑4 3279 Ojeda (1‑0) 5‑2 ‑1.5 2nd 6/26 @BOI L 1‑14 Vent (0‑1) 5‑3 ‑1.5 2nd 6/27 @BOI W 5‑3 Meagher (1‑0) Lee (2) 6‑3 ‑0.5 2nd 6/28 @BOI L 7‑8 Lee (1‑1) 6‑4 ‑0.5 T‑2nd 6/29 @BOI L 8‑11 Meagher (1‑1) 6‑5 ‑0.5 T‑2nd 6/30 @BOI L 3‑4 Ojeda (1‑1) 6‑6 ‑0.5 T‑2nd 7/1 @POR L 2‑7 Vent (0‑2) 6‑7 ‑1.5 3rd 7/2 @POR W 5‑2 Cox (1‑1) 7‑7 ‑1.5 T‑2nd 7/3 @POR L 5‑8 Sabino (0‑1) 7‑8 ‑2.5 3rd 7/4 SOR L 8‑12 5581 Featherstone (0‑1) 7‑9 ‑3.5 3rd 7/5 SOR L 5‑6 3331 Cozier (1‑1) 7‑10 ‑4.5 3rd 7/6 SOR W 4‑3 3069 Jimenez (1‑1) Fields (1) 8‑10 ‑3.5 3rd 7/8 @YAK L 2‑3* Jimenez (1‑2) 8‑11 ‑3.5 3rd 7/9 @YAK W 11‑4 Sabino (1‑1) 9‑11 ‑2.5 3rd 7/10 @YAK L 2‑6 Cunningham (0‑1) 9‑12 ‑3.5 3rd 7/11 @YAK L 1‑2 Cozier (1‑2) 9‑13 ‑3.5 4th 7/12 @YAK L 3‑6 Wells (0‑1) 9‑14 ‑4.5 4th 7/14 SPO L 5‑9 2867 Ojeda (1‑2) 9‑15 ‑5.5 4th 7/15 SPO W 3‑2 3033 Fields (1‑1) 10‑15 ‑4.5 4th 7/16 SPO W 9‑8 4621 Wells (1‑1) Lee (3) 11‑15 ‑4.5 T‑3rd 7/17 SPO L 2‑4 3401 Fields (1‑1) 11‑16 ‑4.5 4th 7/18 SPO L 4‑7 3387 Vent (0‑3) 11‑17 ‑5.5 4th 7/19 @EUG L 4‑9 Hills (0‑1) 11‑18 ‑6.5 4th 7/20 @EUG L 3‑4 Sabino (1‑2) 11‑19 ‑7.5 4th 7/21 @EUG L 3‑4 Zirelli (1‑1) 11‑20 ‑7.5 4th 7/22 EUG W 8‑3 3358 Cozier (2‑2) Fields (2) 12‑20 ‑6.5 4th 7/23 EUG W 8‑7* 3631 Vent (1‑3) 13‑20 ‑6.5 4th 7/24 EUG W 9‑5 3694 Cox (2‑1) Fields (3) 14‑20 ‑5.5 4th 7/25 @SPO L 5‑8 Ainsworth (0‑1) 14‑21 ‑5.5 4th 7/26 @SPO L 3‑4 Cunningham (0‑2) 14‑22 ‑6.5 4th 7/27 @SPO L 6‑8 Zirelli (1‑2) 14‑23 ‑7.5 4th 7/28 @SPO L 1‑13 Yacco (0‑1) 14‑24 ‑7.5 4th 7/29 @SPO W 8‑3* Lee (2‑1) Cunningham (1) 15‑24 ‑7.5 4th 7/30 YAK L 2‑4 3431 Ainsworth (0‑2) 15‑25 ‑7.5 4th 7/31 YAK W 11‑2 3584 Jimenez (2‑2) 16‑25 ‑7.5 4th 8/1 YAK W 5‑4 3451 Meagher (2‑1) Lee (4) 17‑25 ‑7.5 4th 8/2 YAK L 7‑8 3151 Fields (1‑2) 17‑26 ‑7.5 4th 8/3 YAK W 13‑8 3162 Jimenez (3‑2) Zirelli (1) 18‑26 ‑6.5 4th 8/5 @POR W 10‑3 Ainsworth (1‑2) 19‑26 ‑6.5 3rd 8/6 @POR L 3‑6 Zirelli (1‑3) 19‑27 ‑7 T‑3rd 8/7 @POR W 10‑3 Wells (2‑2) Fields (4) 20‑27 ‑6.5 3rd 8/8 @SOR W 6‑5 Jimenez (4‑2) Vent (1) 21‑27 ‑5.5 3rd 8/9 @SOR L 6‑8* Fields (1‑3) 21‑28 ‑6.5 3rd 8/11 EUG W 6‑2 3155 Ainsworth (2‑2) Wells (1) 22‑28 ‑6.5 3rd 8/12 EUG L 2‑6 3335 Taschner (0‑1) 22‑29 ‑5.5 3rd 8/13 EUG W 6‑5 3616 Meagher (3‑1) Fields (5) 23‑29 ‑5.5 3rd 8/14 @EVT L 3‑5 Johnson (1‑1) 23‑30 ‑5.5 3rd 8/16 @EVT L 0‑1 Ainsworth (2‑3) 23‑31 ‑6 3rd 8/16 @EVT W 7‑5 Cozier (3‑2) Vent (2) 24‑31 ‑5.5 3rd 8/17 @EVT W 6‑3 Taschner (1‑1) Zirelli (2) 25‑31 ‑5.5 3rd 8/18 @EVT L 4‑5* Cozier (3‑3) 25‑32 ‑5.5 3rd 8/20 BOI W 8‑6 3689 Jimenez (5‑2) Fields (6) 26‑32 ‑5.5 3rd 8/21 BOI W 6‑4 3557 Cozier (4‑3) Fields (7) 27‑32 ‑5.5 3rd 8/22 BOI L 3‑11 3169 Taschner (1‑2) 27‑33 ‑5.5 3rd 8/23 BOI L 2‑12 3119 Meagher (3‑2) 27‑34 ‑6.5 3rd 8/24 BOI L 6‑10 2966 Cozier (4‑4) 27‑35 ‑6.5 3rd 8/25 @SOR W 8‑0 Williams (1‑0) 28‑35 ‑5.5 3rd 8/25 @SOR W 12‑7* Fields (2‑3) 29‑35 ‑4.5 3rd 8/26 @SOR L 2‑10 Hills (0‑2) 29‑36 ‑5.5 3rd 8/27 @SOR W 4‑1 Ainsworth (3‑3) Lee (5) 30‑36 ‑4.5 3rd 8/28 SOR W 10‑9 3544 Wells (3‑1) 31‑36 ‑3.5 3rd 8/29 SOR W 5‑4 2836 Vent (2‑3) 32‑36 ‑3 3rd 8/30 SOR L 2‑6 2526 Williams (1‑1) 32‑37 ‑3.5 3rd 8/31 POR W 5‑1 (DH) Taschner (2‑2) 33‑37 ‑3.5 3rd 8/31 POR W 8‑1 3618 Ojeda (2‑2) 34‑37 ‑3.5 3rd 9/1 POR W 8‑5 3418 Wells (4‑1) Vent (3) 35‑37 ‑3 T‑2nd 9/2 POR L 9‑13 4166 Ojeda (2‑3) 35‑38 ‑3 3rd 9/3 @EUG W 7‑3 Cozier (5‑4) Fields (8) 36‑38 ‑2 3rd 9/4 @EUG L 7‑8 Zirelli (1‑4) 36‑39 ‑2 3rd 9/5 @EUG W 6‑4 Taschner (3‑2) 37‑39 ‑2 3rd * Extra Innings: (9 innings: 8/25, Game 2; 10 innings: 7/23, 7/29, 8/18; 11 innings: 7/8; 12 innings: 8/9)

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1999 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER AVG. Cepeda, Ali .250 Cook, Josh .241 Cordido, Julio .264 Daeley, Scott .246 Grochol, Bryan .241 Holst, Micah .289 Jester, Joe .300 Luster, Jeremy .219 Luther, Ryan .300 Mapes, Jake .172 Mattern, Erik .220 McGowan, Sean .335 Messner, Jake .263 Niemet, Bob .214 Pene, Ryan .192 Ransom, Troy .140 Rodriguez, Guillermo .254 Turco, Paul .181 Valderrama, Carlos .291 Wright, Mike .270 TEAM .262

G 24 35 70 69 28 57 72 39 61 12 17 63 8 18 40 26 33 44 40 24 76

AB 44 112 242 268 79 204 263 146 220 29 41 257 19 56 125 50 114 116 134 63 2582

R 9 16 36 42 9 37 67 22 34 2 11 40 4 8 18 6 16 8 27 14 426

H 13 27 64 66 19 59 79 32 66 5 9 86 5 12 24 7 29 21 39 17 677

2B 2 9 10 12 1 8 19 7 12 2 1 12 0 1 5 1 5 3 3 4 117

3B 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 13

HR 0 1 1 0 1 4 8 1 4 0 1 15 1 0 2 0 6 0 2 1 48

RBI 5 16 28 22 10 28 40 14 38 4 6 62 5 4 21 6 34 5 18 7 373

BB 11 11 29 43 7 6 50 16 18 2 16 20 5 6 19 5 9 10 12 17 312

SO 15 24 44 29 15 32 57 48 35 11 9 56 4 5 40 19 28 27 34 12 544

SB 4 5 8 29 2 20 13 7 12 0 1 3 0 1 1 1 1 3 17 0 128

CS 2 6 4 9 3 5 6 1 4 2 1 1 0 2 0 2 3 1 2 0 54

OBP .400 .333 .351 .349 .302 .315 .422 .309 .373 .250 .475 .385 .417 .302 .303 .228 .325 .252 .349 .434 .351

SLG .295 .348 .335 .299 .291 .407 .471 .301 .418 .241 .366 .564 .421 .232 .280 .240 .456 .207 .373 .381 .373

WP 3 0 1 0 1 4 4 1 8 5 5 2 6 2 3 0 2 0 1 4 6 58

BK 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 6 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 19

1999 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W-L Ainsworth, Kurt 3-3 Cox, Ryan 2-1 Cozier, Vance 5-4 Cunningham, J. 0-2 Featherstone, D. 0-1 Fields, Brian 2-3 Hills, Mark 0-2 Huller, Mike 0-0 Jimenez, Reinaldo 5-2 Johnson, Eric 1-1 Lee, Fletcher 2-1 Meagher, Brian 3-2 Ojeda, Joseph 2-3 Pourron, Joey 0-0 Sabino, Miguel 1-2 Taschner, Jack 3-2 Vent, Kevin 2-3 Wells, Zach 4-1 Williams, Jerome 1-1 Yacco, Anthony 0-1 Zirelli, Mike 1-4 TEAM 37-39

ERA 1.61 3.15 4.57 4.70 46.29 3.12 6.71 12.00 5.54 7.71 3.11 4.88 6.55 11.57 6.44 2.51 5.03 3.48 2.19 13.15 4.41 4.87

G 10 8 15 7 4 24 16 3 24 15 26 17 16 8 10 7 17 15 7 9 25 76

GS 10 8 10 5 0 0 7 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 6 6 6 0 7 4 0 76

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SV 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 2 21

IP 45 34 61 15 2 35 52 3 37 16 38 52 33 7 43 29 39 21 37 13 51 664

H 34 39 61 25 7 30 70 6 44 18 33 56 39 13 48 26 44 17 29 16 40 705

R 18 13 34 11 12 14 49 5 29 15 15 32 27 10 35 12 25 13 13 19 31 432

ER 8 12 31 8 12 12 39 4 23 14 13 28 24 9 31 8 22 8 9 19 25 359

HR 1 1 4 0 0 5 3 0 7 1 3 2 3 1 5 1 4 2 1 1 9 54

HB 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 5 2 2 4 5 0 3 0 1 3 3 5 3 49

BB 18 10 24 6 6 14 27 3 27 17 20 28 17 6 18 10 18 8 11 14 17 319

SO 64 20 46 13 0 38 41 4 23 18 34 41 20 6 29 36 31 13 34 12 47 570

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1999 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs

13 (vs. Yakima 8/3)

Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Strikeouts Base on Balls Hit by Pitch Stolen Bases Left on Base

16 (vs. Yakima 7/31) 5 (vs. Eugene 7/23) 2 (@ Yakima 7/9; vs. Boise 8/20) 4 (vs. Yakima 7/31) 11 (vs. Yakima 8/3) 14 (@ Everett 8/14; @ Eugene 9/4) 13 (@ Portland 8/7) 3 (@ Portland 7/3; vs. Portland 9/1) 8 (@ Yakima 7/9; @ Everett 8/17) 15 (vs. Eugene 7/23)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS 3 (@ Everett 8/16; @ S. Oregon 8/25, Fewest Hits Allowed Gm. 1, 7 innings; vs. Portland 8/31, Gm. 2, 7 innings) Most Hits 18 (vs. Boise 8/23) Most Runs 14 (@ Boise 6/26) Earned Runs 14 (@ Boise 6/26) Strikeouts 15 (vs. Portland 6/19) Base on Balls 13 (@ Boise 6/29) Hit Batters 3 (5 times) Wild Pitches 4 (@ Southern Oregon 8/9) Balks 2 (4 times) Most Left on Base 13 (@ Everett 8/18; @ S. Oregon 8/27)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 1999 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

3:49 3:41 12 1:35 1:58 5,581 9,419 2,455 1,024 3 5 3 3 2 10

@ S. Oregon 8/9 (12 inn.) @ S. Oregon 8/25, Game 2 @ S. Oregon 8/9 @ EVT 8/16, Game 1 (7 inn.) @ EUG 9/5 vs. S. Oregon 7/4 @ Portland 7/3 vs. EVT 6/21 vs. S. Oregon 8/9 (4 times) (7/17-7/21) (3 times) (8/22-8/24) (5 times) (7/10-7/28)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 1999 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Portland Vs. Southern Oregon Vs. Boise Vs. Everett Vs. Spokane Vs. Yakima Total vs. South Total vs. North June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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W 1 3 11 6 4 3 6 7 22 37 2 35 7 7 7 3 6 3 4 21 16 6 10 18 3 5 2 5 5 5 9 6

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L 1 3 13 5 5 9 2 5 19 39 0 39 5 5 5 7 4 7 6 15 24 6 19 12 2 5 10 5 5 5 3 6

W 0 1 10 3 1 2 4 3 12 23 0 23 5 4 3 2 4 2 3 12 11 5 7 10 1 2 1 4 3 3 5 5

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L 0 0 3 2 1 7 0 2 4 15 0 15 1 2 3 3 1 3 2 6 9 2 6 6 1 3 4 2 1 2 2 1

W 1 2 1 3 3 1 2 4 10 14 2 12 2 3 4 1 2 1 1 9 5 1 3 8 2 3 1 1 2 2 4 1

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L 1 3 10 3 4 2 2 3 15 24 0 24 4 3 2 4 3 4 4 9 15 4 13 6 1 2 6 3 4 3 1 5

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1999 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS NORTH Spokane* Boise Everett Yakima

W 44 43 41 33

L 32 33 35 43

Pct. .579 .566 .539 .434

GB --1 3 11

Manager Kevin Long Tom Kotchman Terry Pollreisz Dino Ebel

Attendance 187,315 132,885 103,455 74,977

SOUTH Portland* Southern Oregon SALEM-KEIZER Eugene

39 38 37 29

37 38 39 47

.513 .500 .487 .382

--1 2 10

Alan Cockrell Greg Sparks Frank Reberger Danny Sheaffer

206,136 69,495 124,627 122,500

*Spokane defeated Portland, 3 games to 0, for the Northwest League Championship

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Spokane So. Oregon Everett Eugene Portland VOLCANOES Yakima

AVG .302 .283 .269 .268 .266 .263 .262 .260

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2697 2648 2631 2589 2576 2630 2582 2517

R 556 477 489 423 390 416 426 418

H 814 749 708 693 684 692 677 654

2B 167 138 136 139 123 142 117 126

3B 17 16 26 17 14 22 13 11

HR 49 62 73 55 57 70 48 55

RBI 495 408 434 369 341 369 373 362

BB 381 303 401 310 226 279 312 314

SO 515 476 631 563 556 684 544 582

SB 77 110 101 83 83 71 128 103

CS 32 37 44 56 51 34 54 69

L 32 35 37 39 33 38 43 47

ERA 4.19 4.29 4.74 4.87 4.89 5.17 5.62 5.85

CG 0 4 1 2 3 0 1 0

ShO 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 4

SV 19 18 24 21 17 12 17 12

IP 672.2 662.2 668.2 663.2 669.1 672.1 667.1 650.1

H 669 626 672 705 738 742 746 773

R 383 395 443 432 451 486 504 501

ER 313 316 352 359 364 386 417 423

HR 47 55 42 54 65 59 74 63

BB 298 303 354 319 254 333 319 294

SO 624 640 607 570 554 484 476 596

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Spokane Everett Portland VOLCANOES Boise So. Oregon Yakima Eugene

W 44 41 39 37 43 38 33 29

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Spokane VOLCANOES Boise Eugene Yakima So. Oregon Everett Portland

PCT .961 .959 .958 .958 .957 .955 .952 .949

PO 2018 1991 2008 1951 2002 2017 1988 2006

A 857 808 878 727 890 901 788 782

E 118 119 126 117 129 139 139 150

TC 2993 2918 3012 2795 3021 3057 2915 2938

DP 59 70 65 67 74 55 71 51

PB 13 22 11 21 21 18 18 17

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS MGR (tie) MGR (tie) MVP C 1B 2B 3B SS

PLAYER Kevin Long Greg Sparks Robb Quinlan Gerald Laird SEAN McGOWAN Alfredo Amezaga G. J. Raymundo Mark Ellis

TEAM Spokane Southern Oregon Boise Southern Oregon VOLCANOES Boise Spokane Spokane

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POS OF OF OF DH RHP LHP RHRP LHRP (tie) LHRP (tie)

PLAYER Kirk Asche Mike O’Keefe Chris Snelling Ken Harvey Cam Esslinger Craig Anderson Jay Gehrke Tony Cogan Brian Mazur

TEAM Southern Oregon Spokane Everett Spokane Portland Everett Spokane Spokane Southern Oregon

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1999 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Ken Harvey, SPO Michael Lockwood, SOR Chris Barski, BOI RUNS JOE JESTER, S-K Mark Ellis, SPO Scott Bikowski, BOI TRIPLES Matt Forbes, SOR Several Players tied at TOTAL BASES Kirk Asche, SOR SEAN McGOWAN, S-K Robb Quinlan, BOI STOLEN BASES Carlos Rosario, SOR SCOTT DAELEY, S-K Joe Thurston, YAK

.397 .361 .348 67 67 59 6 5

146 145 144 31 29 27

GAMES Tony Gsell, EUG Sandy Vasquez, YAK Several Players tied at

76 75 73

AT BATS Robb Quinlan, BOI Eric Nelson, SPO Mark Ellis, SPO

HITS Robb Quinlan, BOI Mark Ellis, SPO Michael Lockwood, SOR

99 92 92

DOUBLES Scott Bikowsky, BOI Kevin Burford, POR Gsell, EUG; Wren, YAK

22 22 21

HOME RUNS Kirk Asche, SOR Lamont Matthews, YAK SEAN McGOWAN, S-K

17 17 15

RBI Robb Quinlan, BOI Mike O’Keefe, BOI Kirk Asche, SOR

77 70 67

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Ken Harvey, SPO SEAN McGOWAN, S-K Kirk Asche, SOR

295 285 281

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Ken Harvey, SPO Michael Lockwood, SOR Kevin Burford, POR

.477 .451 .447

54 52 50

STRIKEOUTS Justin Lincoln, POR Sandy Vasquez, YAK Lamont Matthews, YAK

102 91 87

LOSSES Jeramy Gomer, EUG Matt Gage, SOR Eric Junge, YAK

11 7 7

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Wes Crawford, BOI Rafael Soriano, EVR Craig Anderson, EVR

2.21 3.11 3.20

GAMES STARTED Julio DePaula, POR 11 Players tied with

16 15

INNINGS PITCHED Craig Anderson, EVR Aquilino Lopez, EVR Randy Hadden, YAK

90.0 87.2 86.2

STRIKEOUTS Aquilino Lopez, EVR Rafael Soriano, EVR Craig Anderson, EVR

93 83 82

BASES ON BALLS Mike O’Keefe, BOI Kevin Burford, POR JOE JESTER, S-K

.598 .564 .562

PITCHING LEADERS WINS Craig Anderson, EVR Raul Garcia, SPO Gage, SOR; Mendoza, BOI

10 9 8

GAMES Raul Garcia, SPO Jay Gehrke, SPO Cogan, SPO; Ebanks, BOI

32 32 27

SAVES Jay Gehrke, SPO Craig House, POR B. FIELDS, S-K; Mazur, SOR

13 11 8

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Craig Anderson, EVR .833 (10-2) Hits Allowed Jeramy Gomer, EUG 106 Runs Allowed Jeramy Gomer, EUG 70 Earned Runs Allowed Jeramy Gomer, EUG 67 Home Runs Allowed Fernando Rijo, YAK 14 Hit Batters Paul Vracar, EUG 13 Wild Pitches Sam Walton, EVR 16

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BASE ON BALLS Sam Walton, EVR John Lackey, BOI Rafael Soriano, EVR

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits James Shanks, SPO Sacrifice Flies Brad Henderson, SOR Hit By Pitch Joe Thurston, YAK Caught Stealing Joe Thurston, YAK Grounded into DP Jake Baker, SPO

60 50 49

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The 1998 Season: A Championship For Salem-Keizer There’s a bit of magic in every championship season, and that magic was a frequent visitor to Volcanoes Stadium during the summer of 1998. With a three-game sweep of Boise in the Northwest League Championship Series, the Volcanoes brought the area its second professional baseball title following a dramatic and historic pennant race. Manager Keith Comstock inherited a young team with considerable promise. The San Francisco Giants moved quickly in signing their first 22 draft choices including five players picked before the second round began: Tony Torcato, Nate Bump, “Scoop” McDowell, Chris Jones and Jeff Urban. Yet, despite their excellent potential, the team struggled at the start, losing six straight after beating Eugene on Opening Night. On June 30th, the Volcanoes were in last place with a record of 4-11, five games off the Southern Division lead. July opened with the Volcanoes in Spokane facing a crisis in confidence. The Indians had beaten Salem-Keizer in all five games played on their home diamond in 1997; and, after winning the series’ first four games, they were poised to sweep the Volcanoes once again. Seeing his players struggle, Commy brought them to the ballpark for a rare morning workout and some wellchosen words. He told them he still had great faith in them, but they needed to begin playing aggressive, team-oriented baseball. The place to start was Spokane. Going to the ninth inning of the final game, the Indians led 4-2. Then, singles by Sammy Serrano, John Summers and Tony Torcato brought the Volcanoes within a run. An intentional walk loaded the bases before second baseman Erik Mattern tripled off the center field fence, driving in three runs to give Salem-Keizer a dramatic 6-4 victory. The team’s fortunes turned with that game. Beginning July 3rd, the Volcanoes won 14 of 18; and, on July 20th, Salem-Keizer was alone in first place. Now the team had momentum; the pitching, hitting, fielding and base running were all improved. Chris Magruder provided a spark in the leadoff spot and in the dugout. Doug Clark (with a team record 18-game hitting streak), Jeff Allen, John Summers and Jeremy Luster were all batting over .300. After slow starts, Ransom and Torcato were hitting with confidence. Jones, Ryan Vogelsong and Randy Goodrich anchored the starting rotation while Todd Ozias and closer Benji Miller were a solid tandem out of the bullpen. On the Fourth of July, history was made at Volcanoes Stadium when a record crowd of 5,269 filled the park and watched one of the season’s most exciting games. Goodrich and Southern Oregon’s Jason Dobis matched two-hit shutouts through six innings. The Timberjacks broke the tie with two runs in the seventh, but Ransom answered with a three-run homer for the Volcanoes in the bottom of the frame, giving Salem-Keizer a 3-2 lead. In the top of the eighth, Jason Hart homered to tie the score 3-3, but Jeff Allen’s two-run homer in the bottom of the inning gave the Volcanoes a 5-3 victory. As Salem-Keizer continued its July surge, Chris Jones earned honors as the Northwest League’s top pitcher in back-to-back weeks. The reason: 21 2/3 consecutive scoreless innings in four starts that included three straight wins. Over this span, the 18-year old southpaw gave up only nine hits and three walks while striking out 22. By July 21st, Salem-Keizer was 19-16, two games up on Southern Oregon and Portland. 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

The Volcanoes were also in transition after Chris Magruder was called up to Bakersfield and Ryan Vogelsong earned a ticket to San Jose. Now, Mark Hills, raised in Keizer and a prep star at McNary High School moved into the starting rotation with two late signees, Josh Santos and Jeff Urban. Southern Oregon arrived at Volcanoes Stadium to open a three-game series on August 2nd. Catcher Mike Dean, batting ninth and hitting just .212, celebrated his 21st birthday by going 4-4 with four RBI in a 13-5 win. For the rest of the season, Mike hit .386. Southern Oregon won the second game, 12-11, but the Volcanoes closed out the series with a 10-4 victory. That win gave S-K a 7-5 advantage over the Timberjacks in the season series, an advantage that proved decisive when the teams finished the regular season with identical records. After meeting Salem-Keizer, Southern Oregon caught fire, winning nine of their next 10 games. The pennant race was on; and for the next 24 days, from August 10th until the season’s final day, the two teams were never separated by more than one game. After winning three of five against both Everett and Boise, the Volcanoes moved back into a first place tie with Southern Oregon on August 24th. Both teams were 36-31. Four days later, Salem-Keizer was a game behind the Timberjacks after splitting four games with Eugene and the stage was set for the most dramatic game of the season. Chris Jackson drew the Saturday night start against the Ems and barely survived the first as Eugene took a 6-0 lead. But Commy stayed with Jackson, and Chris worked three scoreless innings. Kevin Joseph pitched four more. With single runs in the second and sixth and two in the seventh, the Volcanoes battled back to make it 6-4. In the bottom of the ninth with one out, Magruder doubled and Steve Hill was hit by a pitch. Then, with two out, Jeremy Luster doubled down the right field line to score the tying runs. In the bottom of the 10th, Erik Mattern led off with a game-winning home run over the left field wall. The Volcanoes were still just a game out of first. When Salem-Keizer took the field for their final home game Sunday night, they knew Southern Oregon had lost. That afternoon, Portland beat the Timberjacks 3-1. Before 4,674 fans, the Volcanoes rode Jeff Allen’s three-run homer and the team’s first triple play (Hill-Mattern-Luster) to an 8-5 victory and a share of first place once again. Now the pennant race came down to the final three games. Southern Oregon would host Eugene; Salem-Keizer would close on the road in Portland. The Volcanoes won the opener, 6-4, behind Josh Santos. In Medford, the Timberjacks beat the Ems, 8-1. Mike Dean’s bases loaded triple keyed a five-run rally in the second game as Salem-Keizer built a 7-2 lead behind Chris Jones. However, the Volcanoes had to survive three Portland home runs to win 8-7 as Benji Miller earned his 17th save. Southern Oregon kept pace with an 8-4 win over Eugene. Holding the tiebreaker advantage against Southern Oregon, the Volcanoes controlled their own destiny as they went to the final day of the season. Mark Hills made the start and earned the victory that clinched the Southern Division title. Chris Magruder led Salem-Keizer’s 16-hit attack with five safeties in the Volcanoes’ 11-6 victory. It took six wins in the season’s 141


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final six games to give Salem-Keizer a 43-33 record, a share of the Southern Division title and a berth in the Northwest League Championship Series against Boise…but they had done it. Like the Volcanoes, the Hawks had won their division crown through a tiebreaker on the season’s final day—the first time in League history both division races had been decided in such a fashion. For Boise and their veteran manager Tom Kotchman, the Championship Series would be their seventh in nine years. They had won four titles. Salem-Keizer would host the first two games in the best-of-five series. All remaining games would be in Boise. In the opener, the Volcanoes scored four runs in the first inning keyed by Sammy Serrano’s two-run single. Mo Ramirez, Kevin Joseph and Todd Ozias scattered six hits as Salem-Keizer won 6-3. In Game 2, the Volcanoes scored in every inning but the third, winning 14-5 behind Josh Santos, Keith Connolly and Randy Goodrich. Jeff Allen’s three-run homer in the first provided a lead Salem-Keizer would never relinquish. Now the series shifted to Memorial Stadium in Boise for game three. Staff ace Ryan Vogelsong took the hill for the Volcanoes against the Hawks’ Doug Bridges. Nursing a tired arm, Vogelsong would rely on courage and guile this Saturday night. Boise scored a run in the first and added three more in the second

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to build a 4-1 lead. Ryan would work into the sixth; the Hawks would not score again. Solo home runs by Jeremy Luster in the second and Doug Clark in the fourth brought the Volcanoes within two. Sammy Serrano tied the game with a two-out, two-run single to center in the fifth, and Salem-Keizer took the lead in the sixth when Mike Dean came home on Cody Ransom’s sacrifice fly. Randy Goodrich relieved Vogelsong in the sixth. The big righthander pitched 2 2/3 scoreless innings while the Volcanoes added a run in the seventh on three walks and an error. It was now 6-4. Bullpen ace Benji Miller came on in the ninth. The first batter, Darren Blakely, looked at a called third strike. The second, Bill Mott, bounced back to the mound. Cleanup hitter Jason Huisman grounded to Ransom and when Cody threw him out, the Volcanoes were Northwest League Champions. Salem-Keizer had swept the Boise Hawks. It was 10:03 p.m. Within seconds, the Volcanoes were on the field celebrating their triumph. The echoes of that celebration would still be reverberating when the team returned home Sunday evening. The parade honoring the team began at Keizer City Hall. Hundreds of fans lined the parade route along River Road, Lockhaven and Radiant Drive. More than a thousand awaited their champions at the ballpark. On a perfect night for baseball, there was no game…only cheers and laughter, applause and acclaim.

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1998 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/10 7/11 7/12 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/17 7/18 7/19 7/20 7/21 7/22 7/23 7/24 7/25 7/26 7/28 7/29 7/31 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 8/20 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

OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS EUG W 6‑1 4182 Goodrich (1‑0) EUG L 1‑5 3287 Farley (0‑1) @EUG L 5‑6 Kiyono (0‑1) @SOR L 3‑7 Ramirez (0‑1) @SOR L 0‑3 Miller (0‑1) @SOR L 1‑5 Nielsen ((0‑1) YAK L 1‑7 2929 Goodrich (1‑1) YAK W 5‑3 2687 Kiyono (1‑1) YAK W 5‑4* 2942 Huller (1‑0) YAK L 0‑5 2801 Vogelsong (0‑1) YAK W 19‑8 3585 Jones (1‑0) @SPO L 6‑13 Farley (0‑2) @SPO L 2‑3 Joseph (0‑1) @SPO L 2‑6 Goodrich (1‑2) @SPO L 4‑5 Miller (0‑2) @SPO W 6‑4 Nielsen (1‑1) SOR L 7‑13 3008 Hutchings (0‑1) SOR W 11‑5 2745 Nielsen (2‑1) SOR W 5‑3 5269 Ozias (1‑0) @SOR W 9‑1 Vogelsong (1‑1) @SOR W 4‑0 Jones (2‑0) @SOR W 8‑1 Joseph (1‑1) SPO L 1‑2 3035 Hutchings (0‑2) SPO L 6‑7 3357 Connolly (0‑1) SPO W 12‑4 3742 Miller (1‑2) SPO W 11‑5 4717 Jones (3‑0) SPO W 6‑5 3363 Nielsen (3‑1) @YAK L 4‑7 Urban (0‑1) @YAK W 9‑5 Goodrich (2‑2) @YAK W 11‑10 Miller (2‑2) @YAK W 4‑1 Jones (4‑0) @YAK L 8‑9 Ozias (1‑1) POR W 5‑3 4002 Nielsen (4‑1) POR W 7‑3 4693 Goodrich (3‑2) POR W 7‑3 3766 Santos (1‑0) EVT L 8‑10 3371 Jones (4‑1) EVT W 6‑5 2768 Fields (1‑0) EVT L 3‑8 3456 Huller (0‑1) EVT W 5‑3 4059 Ozias (2‑1) EVT W 11‑10 2665 Jackson (1‑0) @BOI L 12‑13 Jones (4‑2) @BOI W 6‑2 Nielsen (5‑1) @BOI W 4‑1 Urban (1‑1) @BOI L 2‑6 Goodrich (3‑3) @BOI L 6‑9 Fields (1‑1) SOR W 13‑5 3115 Connolly (1‑1) SOR L 11‑12 2991 Ozias (2‑2) SOR W 10‑4 3123 Goodrich (4‑3) POR L 3‑10 3173 Urban (1‑2) POR W 8‑5 3516 Santos (2‑0) POR L 7‑8* 4440 Ozias (2‑3) @EUG W 7‑4 Hills (1‑0) @EUG W 12‑2 Vogelsong (2‑1) @EUG L 3‑9 Goodrich (4‑4) @POR L 8‑9 Miller (2‑3) @POR L 0‑2 Jones (4‑3) @POR W 4‑3 Ozias (3‑3) @EVT W 5‑3 Vogelsong (3‑1) @EVT L 5‑17 Goodrich (4‑5) @EVT W 11‑2 Santos (3‑0) @EVT L 8‑12 Jones (4‑4) @EVT W 7‑1 Hills (2‑0) BOI W 11‑4 3703 Vogelsong (4‑1) BOI W 3‑2* 3252 Miller (3‑3) BOI W 4‑3 3691 Miller (4‑3) BOI L 4‑8 3718 Hills (2‑1) BOI L 6‑12 3122 Jackson (1‑1) EUG W 13‑4 3582 Vogelsong (5‑1) EUG L 3‑7 3457 Santos (3‑1) @EUG L 4‑5 Ozias (3‑4) @EUG W 10‑6 Hills (3‑1) EUG W 7‑6* 3994 Connolly (2‑1) EUG W 8‑5 4674 Vogelsong (6‑1) @POR W 6‑4 Santos (4‑1) @POR W 8‑7 Jones (5‑4) @POR W 11‑6 Hills (4‑1)

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Miller (1)

Miller (2)

Miller (3) Ozias (1) Huller (1) Miller (4) Miller (5) Ozias (2) Miller (6) Miller (7) Miller (8) Miller (9)

Miller (10) Miller (11)

Miller (12) Miller (13)

Miller (14) Miller (15) Miller (16) Miller (17)

RECORD GB PLACE 1‑0 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 1‑1 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 1‑2 ‑1 T‑3rd 1‑3 ‑2 4th 1‑4 ‑3 4th 1‑5 ‑3 4th 1‑6 ‑3 4th 2‑6 ‑2 4th 3‑6 ‑2 4th 3‑7 ‑3 4th 4‑7 ‑3 T‑3rd 4‑8 ‑3 T‑3rd 4‑9 ‑4 T‑3rd 4‑10 ‑4 4th 4‑11 ‑5 4th 5‑11 ‑4 4th 5‑12 ‑5 4th 6‑12 ‑4 4th 7‑12 ‑3 4th 8‑12 ‑2 T‑3rd 9‑12 ‑2 3rd 10‑12 ‑2 3rd 10‑13 ‑3 3rd 10‑14 ‑4 T‑3rd 11‑14 ‑4 T‑2nd 12‑14 ‑4 2nd 13‑14 ‑3 2nd 13‑15 ‑3 T‑2nd 14‑15 ‑2 2nd 15‑15 ‑2 2nd 16‑15 ‑1 2nd 16‑16 ‑1 T‑2nd 17‑16 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 18‑16 +1 1st 19‑16 +2 1st 19‑17 +1 1st 20‑17 +2 1st 20‑18 +2 1st 21‑18 +3 1st 22‑18 +3 1st 22‑19 +2 1st 23‑19 +3 1st 24‑19 +3.5 1st 24‑20 +3 1st 24‑21 +2 1st 25‑21 +3 1st 25‑22 +2 1st 26‑22 +3 1st 26‑23 +2 1st 27‑23 +2 1st 27‑24 +2 1st 28‑24 +2 1st 29‑24 +2 1st 29‑25 +1 1st 29‑26 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 29‑27 ‑1 2nd 30‑27 ‑1 2nd 31‑27 ‑1 2nd 31‑28 ‑1 2nd 32‑28 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 32‑29 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 33‑29 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 34‑29 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 35‑29 ‑‑‑ T‑1s 36‑29 +1 1st 36‑30 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 36‑31 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 37‑31 +1 1st 37‑32 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 37‑33 ‑1 2nd 38‑33 ‑1 2nd 39‑33 ‑1 2nd 40‑33 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 41‑33 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 42‑33 ‑‑‑ T‑1st 43‑33 ‑‑‑ T‑1st

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9/3 BOI W 6‑3 2601 Ramirez (1‑0) Ozias (1) 9/4 BOI W 14‑5 3369 Santos (1‑0) 9/5 @BOI W 6‑4 2757 Vogelsong (1‑0) Miller (1) * Extra Innings (10 innings: 8/21, 8/29; 11 innings: 8/7; 12 innings: 6/24)

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1998 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER AVG Allen, Jeff .293 Bertrand, Ben .105 Casper, Brett .308 Clark, Doug .335 Dean, Mike .279 Frazier, Carlos .000 Hill, Steve .263 Kenna, David .000 Lindsey, Shawn .277 Luster, Jeremy .304 Magruder, Chris .333 Mattern, Erik .245 McDowell, A. “Scoop” .221 Mercedes, Luis .000 Mota, Pedro .118 Ransom, Cody .233 Rodriguez, Guillermo .000 Serrano, Sammy .288 Summers, John .303 Tommasini, Kevin .189 Torcato, Tony .291 Valderrama, Carlos .345 TEAM .278

G 60 8 7 59 52 11 55 5 30 51 47 48 47 4 8 71 1 56 56 20 59 7 76

AB 215 19 26 227 183 11 186 3 101 181 177 151 172 6 17 236 4 191 211 53 220 29 2619

R 47 0 2 49 29 0 40 0 21 32 43 18 32 0 0 52 0 41 33 9 31 5 484

H 63 2 8 76 51 0 49 0 28 55 59 37 38 0 2 55 1 55 64 10 64 10 727

2B 10 1 1 8 7 0 4 0 0 13 8 2 3 0 1 12 0 12 13 3 15 1 114

3B 5 0 1 6 5 0 5 0 1 3 5 2 2 0 0 7 0 1 2 2 2 0 49

HR 11 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 6 3 2 0 0 0 6 0 9 1 1 3 0 48

RBI 47 1 3 41 34 0 24 0 6 48 18 20 18 1 0 27 0 40 38 8 43 4 421

BB 33 3 2 32 19 0 10 2 17 23 37 30 29 0 3 43 0 9 24 6 14 1 337

SO 64 8 7 31 51 4 24 2 22 30 21 26 46 3 4 56 1 36 48 8 38 7 537

SB 10 0 0 12 13 0 18 0 7 6 14 9 13 0 0 19 0 2 5 3 4 4 139

CS 5 0 1 8 4 0 4 0 2 4 7 5 2 0 1 6 0 1 0 0 2 0 53

OBP .396 .227 .357 .422 .348 .000 .312 .400 .378 .383 .464 .374 .346 .000 .250 .351 .250 .314 .333 .295 .333 .367 .365

SLG .540 .158 .423 .463 .404 .000 .339 .000 .327 .508 .486 .325 .262 .000 .176 .419 .250 .503 .398 .377 .418 .379 .414

WP 1 7 0 1 0 2 4 5 2 12 5 4 8 0 4 2 0 6 0 7 2 2 74

BK 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 5 0 2 22

1998 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER Bump, Nate Connolly, Keith Esteves, Jake Farley, Joe Fields, Brian Goodrich, Randy Hills, Mark Huller, Mike Hutchings, Mark Jackson, Chris Johnson, Eric Jones, Chris Joseph, Kevin Kiyono, Masashi Miller, Benji Nielsen, Tom Ojeda, Joseph Ozias, Todd Ramirez, Erasmo Santos, Josh Urban, Jeff Vogelsong, Ryan TEAM

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W-L 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-2 1-1 4-5 4-1 1-1 0-2 1-1 0-0 5-4 1-1 1-1 4-3 5-1 0-0 3-4 0-1 4-1 1-2 6-1 43-33

ERA 0.00 4.79 2.25 8.74 1.80 5.20 5.03 8.03 5.02 6.80 6.35 4.13 4.36 4.00 2.25 11.14 9.00 3.94 3.72 4.04 4.98 1.77 4.69

G 2 21 1 3 9 17 11 19 8 17 5 14 23 2 30 21 5 27 9 11 5 10 76

GS 2 0 1 3 0 10 10 0 0 7 2 13 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 11 3 10 76

CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 19

IP 8 36 4 11 10 62 48 25 14 42 11 72 43 9 44 27 5 46 19 49 22 56 664

H 5 34 1 12 8 74 47 27 13 43 11 76 36 10 33 38 10 38 19 50 21 37 643

R 0 22 1 12 3 43 28 31 12 43 8 40 25 7 13 39 7 23 11 28 14 15 425

ER 0 19 1 11 2 36 27 22 8 32 8 33 21 4 11 33 5 20 8 22 12 11 346

HR 0 5 1 3 0 5 4 1 2 5 1 6 3 1 1 3 2 6 3 2 1 5 60

HB 0 3 1 0 0 4 3 6 0 4 1 4 5 1 0 4 0 2 1 7 0 1 49

BB 3 14 0 6 4 17 27 31 15 40 13 17 27 3 20 18 4 12 2 19 8 16 316

SO 8 38 5 16 11 38 34 14 10 27 8 60 37 6 51 28 0 51 23 57 22 66 610

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1998 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 19 (vs. Yakima 6/26) Hits 17 (@ Boise 7/28) Doubles 5 (@ Everett 8/16) Triples 3 (@ Everett 8/16; @ Portland 9/2) Home Runs 3 (vs. Yakima 6/26; vs. Boise 8/20) RBI 18 (vs. Yakima 6/26) Strikeouts 13 (@ Yakima 7/14) Walks 13 (vs. Yakima 6/26) Hit by Pitch 3 (vs. Southern Oregon 7/3) Stolen Bases 6 (vs. Spokane 7/12) Left on Base 16 (@ Spokane 6/27)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 4 (5 times: 7/4; 7/8; 7/17; 8/14; 8/16) Most Hits 18 (@ Everett 8/15) Most Runs 17 (@ Everett 8/15) Earned Runs 14 (@ Everett 8/15) Strikeouts 16 (vs. Boise 8/21, 10 innings) Base on Balls 14 (vs. Southern Oregon 8/3) Hit Batters 3 (@ Spokane 6/29) Wild Pitches 4 (@ Yakima 7/14) Balks 3 (vs. Yakima 6/22) Most Left on Base 15 (@ S. Oregon 7/7; @ Portland 8/11)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 1998 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:18 3:58 12 1:58 2:07 5,269 9,231 2,665 1,098 6 6 6 2 4 8

vs. YAK 6/24 (12 innings) vs. Southern Oregon 7/2 vs. YAK 6/24 @ BOI 7/31 (7 innings) @ Portland 8/12 vs. Southern Oregon 7/4 @ Portland 9/2 vs. EVT 7/26 vs. Southern Oregon 7/7 (8/28-9/2) (6/17-6/22) (7/10-7/21) (3 times) (8/28-9/2) (6/18-6/30)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 1998 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Portland Vs. Southern Oregon Vs. Boise Vs. Everett Vs. Spokane Vs. Yakima Total vs. South Total vs. North June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Championship Series

W 1 3 10 6 6 6 2 13 31 43 4 39 7 8 7 5 6 4 6 22 21 4 20 17 2 8 3 8 5 5 8 6 3

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W 0 3 7 4 2 2 1 8 16 24 3 21 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 12 12 4 11 9 0 5 1 5 1 3 4 5 2

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W 1 0 3 2 4 4 1 5 15 19 1 18 3 4 3 2 3 1 3 10 9 0 9 8 2 3 2 3 4 2 4 1 1

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L 2 1 7 1 3 5 0 3 8 19 0 19 3 2 3 3 2 4 2 8 11 8 4 7 0 2 3 4 1 2 2 5 0

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1998 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS NORTH Boise* Spokane Everett Yakima

W 47 47 34 32

L 29 29 42 44

Pct. .618 .618 .447 .421

GB ----13 15

Manager Tom Kotchman Jeff Garber Terry Pollreisz Tony Harris

Attendance 152,496 186,362 119,396 76,049

SOUTH SALEM-KEIZER* Southern Oregon Portland Eugene

43 43 34 24

33 33 42 52

.566 .566 .447 .316

----9 19

Keith Comstock John Kuehl Jim Eppard Jim Saul

133,980 71,822 184,172 136,310

*Salem-Keizer defeated Boise, three games to none, for the Northwest League Championship

TEAM BATTING TEAM Spokane VOLCANOES Southern Oregon Portland Everett Yakima Boise Eugene

AVG .283 .278 .264 .264 .263 .259 .258 .256

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2623 2619 2617 2638 2643 2605 2597 2634

R 474 484 495 375 434 372 459 367

H 741 727 692 697 695 674 671 675

2B 144 114 121 109 143 129 149 122

3B 20 49 30 19 16 18 14 18

HR 59 48 68 22 64 35 67 52

RBI 425 421 420 316 363 319 405 324

BB 354 337 379 250 329 276 348 246

SO 529 537 556 501 652 542 586 610

SB 120 139 78 98 98 92 68 109

CS 35 53 29 31 37 42 22 40

L 29 29 33 42 33 44 42 52

ERA 3.47 3.82 4.48 4.65 4.69 4.75 4.87 5.55

CG 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0

ShO 2 5 3 5 1 3 2 1

SV 24 19 24 14 19 21 15 16

IP 675.0 664.2 669.0 666.0 664.0 671.0 669.0 661.2

H 670 665 717 688 643 695 727 767

R 357 371 433 416 425 462 464 532

ER 260 282 333 344 346 354 362 408

HR 32 59 51 50 49 57 50 56

BB 301 237 292 322 316 377 325 349

SO 648 534 542 525 610 576 517 561

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Spokane Boise Southern Oregon Portland VOLCANOES Yakima Everett Eugene

W 47 47 43 34 43 32 34 24

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Portland VOLCANOES Everett Spokane Boise Yakima Southern Oregon Eugene

PCT .963 .960 .957 .957 .956 .955 .952 .943

PO 1998 1992 2007 2025 1994 2013 2007 1985

A 823 813 903 827 934 791 853 758

E 109 118 130 128 134 133 145 166

TC 2930 2923 3040 2980 3062 2937 3005 2909

DP 59 55 56 57 60 57 53 65

TP 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

PB 34 22 34 24 20 27 18 17

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PLAYER Keith Comstock Jason Hart Paul Phillips Jason Hart Jason Huisman Henry Calderon Chone Figgins

TEAM VOLCANOES Southern Oregon Spokane Southern Oregon Boise Spokane Portland

POS OF OF OF DH RHP LHP RHRP LHRP

PLAYER Jeremy Dodson Juan Pierre Jake Weber Bill Mott Chris Mears Cary Ammons Benji Miller Chris Demouy

TEAM Spokane Portland Everett Boise Everett Spokane VOLCANOES Boise

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1998 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Juan Pierre, POR Victor Martinez, EVR Jake Weber, EVR RUNS Jake Weber, EVR Victor Martinez, EVR Calderon, SPO, Hart, SOR

.352 .344 .338

GAMES Jason Hart, SOR Jake Weber, EVR Several Players tied at

75 75 74

AT BATS Jesus Feliciano, YAK Al Castro, EUG Jason Hart, SOR

75 60 58

HITS Victor Martinez, EVR Henry Calderon, SPO Jason Huisman, BOI

99 95 95

DOUBLES Jeff Auterson, YAK Mike Christensen, BOI Brian Shackleford, SPO

26 22 21

HOME RUNS Jason Hart, SOR Jesus Basabe, SOR JEFF ALLEN, S-K Simmons, EUG; Weber, EVR

20 14 11 11

RBI Jason Hart, SOR Jeremy Dodson, SPO Jason Huisman, BOI Brian Shackleford, SPO

69 59 59 55

TRIPLES Justin Hall, SOR CODY RANSOM, S-K DOUG CLARK, S-K Darren Blakely, SPO

8 7 6 6

TOTAL BASES Jason Hart, SOR Jake Weber, EVR Jeremy Dodson, SPO

157 150 146

STOLEN BASES Juan Pierre, POR Jesus Feliciano, YAK Mike Curry, SPO

38 34 30

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Jake Weber, EVR Jeremy Dodson, SPO JEFF ALLEN, S-K

302 296 295

.545 .545 .540

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Jake Weber, EVR CHRIS MAGRUDER, S-K Bill Mott, BOI

.471 .464 .441

67 54 50

STRIKEOUTS Rick Southall, EVR Junior Brignac, EUG Auterson, YAK; Ewan, EUG

82 74 72

LOSSES Billy Sylvester, EUG Melqui Torres, EVR A. Cook, POR; T. Gomes, YAK

11 10 8

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Cary Ammons, SPO Neil Longo, EVR Chris Mears, EVR

1.70 2.26 2.74 98.2 92.2 86.0

BASE ON BALLS Jake Weber, EVR Matt Howe, SOR Corey Hart, SPO PITCHING LEADERS

WINS Chris Mears, EVR Shawn Sedlacek, SPO Jeff Hundley, BOI

9 9 8

GAMES John Wayne Lee, SPO BENJI MILLER, S-K Cody Morrison, SPO

31 30 30

GAMES STARTED Jeff Hundley, BOI Billy Sylvester, EUG Several Players tied at

16 16 15

INNINGS PITCHED Chris Mears, EVR Jeff Hundley, BOI Sean Sedlacek, SPO

SAVES BENJI MILLER, S-K Robbie Morrison, SPO Jim Brink, SOR Joey Pourron, YAK

17 13 11 10

STRIKEOUTS Jeff Hundley, BOI Cary Ammons, SPO Luke Hudson, POR Monty Ward, SPO

89 83 82 76

BASE ON BALLS Seferino Soto, EUG Luke Hudson, POR CHRIS JACKSON, S-K Torres, EVR; Williams, YAK

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Chris Mears, EVR Hits Allowed Tommy Bond, BOI Runs Allowed Melqui Torres, EVR Earned Runs Allowed Melqui Torres, EVR Home Runs Allowed Travis Brummitt, EUG Hit Batters Travis Brummitt, EUG Wild Pitches Seferino Soto, EUG

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ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Richy Leon, POR Sacrifice Flies Jason Hart, SOR Hit By Pitch Darren Blakely, BOI Caught Stealing Jerry Simmons, EUG Grounded into DP Rico Montas, SPO

53 51 40 40

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The 1997 Season: Playing On A Field Of Dreams Build it and they will come. And come they did, by the thousands, to watch their team, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, play their inaugural season. For the first time in almost 60 years, Salem-Keizer had a new professional ballpark and the leap of faith that inspired owners Bill Tucker and Jerry Walker to chase their own dream served as the catalyst for a summer of memories that will last a lifetime. From groundbreaking on January 6th until the dedication of Volcanoes Stadium on June 22nd, the construction site was a swirl of activity. The race to finish by Opening Day was very real; the finish line clearly defined. Then, as spring moved towards summer, as the school year closed, as the lights and scoreboard were installed, as the ballpark transformed from promise to reality, the magic began. The season opened in Spokane on Tuesday, June 17th. The Volcanoes first batter, centerfielder Mike Byas, stepped to the plate. The first pitch came at 7:21; Byas singled to center, then stole second and third and came home on Brett Casper’s two-out single. The Volcanoes were on the scoreboard, but victory that night and throughout the series would prove elusive. Spokane won all five games. The Volcanoes home opener was scheduled for Sunday, June 22nd, with the game to follow the formal dedication of the Stadium. Heavy rains fell early that day, dampening the field but not the spirits of the 4,900 who came; and while they witnessed the dedication, the team’s first game would have to wait another 24 hours. That, of course, was of little concern to the fans that celebrated the dedication. After all, many of them had waited for professional baseball to return to Salem-Keizer since 1989. On Monday, June 23rd, the Volcanoes won their first home game 8-2. First baseman C. J. Ankrum was the hitting star with two home runs, three base hits and four RBI. Byas stole two bases and second baseman Travis Young stole three. The speed and aggressive style that would be the trademarks of Manager Shane Turner’s team were immediately apparent to the crowd of 3,335. They liked what they saw. Momentum, an elusive companion for teams that struggle, quickly found a place in the Volcanoes dugout. After opening with five straight losses in Spokane, Salem-Keizer won nine straight games. Then, 148

almost as quickly, the team dropped six in a row. Twenty games into the season they were 9-11. On July 2nd, the year’s biggest crowd (5,046) turned out for a game with Southern Oregon and the fireworks show that followed. By July 21st, the Volcanoes were riding a four-game winning streak, were 19-15 and just a half game out of first place. Starters Jeff Andra, Mike Riley and Ryan Jensen had become consistent winners and Jesse Travis had emerged as the ace of the bullpen, eventually leading the league with 16 saves. At the top of the order, Byas and Young had become a dynamite tandem that would combine for 91 stolen bases by the end of the year. Hitting third, Ankrum would be among the league leaders in RBI’s all season and, by mid-July, Manager Turner had found his cleanup hitter in leftfielder Zach Wells who would hit .284 with 10 home runs. On July 23rd, Salem-Keizer opened a five-game trip to Boise. After winning the opener, 12-5, the Volcanoes dropped four straight, the last in 13 innings, 7-6. The team was back at .500, 20-20. On July 31st, the Volcanoes parent club, the San Francisco Giants, made a major nine-player trade with Chicago that sent six of the organization’s top prospects to the White Sox for three veteran pitchers who would help the Giants win the National League West division title. The blockbuster deal had ripple effects throughout the organization and the Volcanoes would send seven players to Bakersfield and San Jose to fill vacant spots on their rosters. Starting pitchers Jeff Andra and Scott Linebrink were among those called up. The final month of the season gave fans a threeteam pennant race between Portland, Southern Oregon and the Volcanoes. On August 5th, only a game and a half separated the three clubs. Ten days later the margin was the same. The season’s critical showdown came in a six-game “home and home” series with Portland, August 20-25. Salem-Keizer needed to win four of the games. The opener went 11 frames before Portland won 2-1. The following night, the Volcanoes scored in the bottom of the ninth to win by the same 2-1 score. On Friday night, August 22nd, 4,538 jammed Volcanoes Stadium for the pivotal third game. Tied at 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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three entering the ninth, the Rockies pushed across two runs for a 5-3 victory. The series lost none of its drama as it shifted to Portland. On August 23rd, Portland won 6-5 with a run in the bottom of the ninth. The next day, the Volcanoes took a 3-1 lead to the ninth, only to see Portland rally for a 4-3 victory that virtually eliminated Salem-Keizer from the pennant race. The team’s final home game was Sunday, August 30th, against Eugene. Mike Riley won his 9th game as the Volcanoes pounded the Emeralds, 12-4, in front of 4,794 fans who brought the team on to the field for an encore appearance at game’s end with a lengthy standing ovation. It was a wonderful close to a wonderful year. With five wins in their last six games, Salem-Keizer finished 40-36, four games behind a Portland team that would go on to win the NWL Championship against Boise. For the season, the Volcanoes attendance was 136,836 (an average of 3,698 for 37 home

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dates), seventh in the nation among Short Season clubs. Both Mike Riley and Travis Young earned All-league honors. Riley finished with a 9-2 record and led the league in wins, innings pitched (88.1) and strikeouts (96). Young hit .334 (5th) and led the NWL in games (76), at bats (320), hits (107) and runs scored (80). Mike Byas was the league’s best fielding outfielder (.980) and topped the circuit with 51 stolen bases. C. J. Ankrum finished second in RBI’s with 64 and Joe Nathan, with solid work as a starter and reliever, had the league’s second best earned run average, 2.47. However, more than the final record, more than any individual performance, the 1997 season was a celebration of baseball’s return to a community and a community’s joyous embrace of a ballpark it could treasure and the team that played there. For those who awaited baseball’s return…and for those who made that return possible…dreams came true in 1997.

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1997 SEASON IN REVIEW: DAY‑BY‑DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE ATT WIN/LOSS SAVE 6/17 @SPO L 4‑7 Jensen (0‑1) 6/18 @SPO L 4‑5 Verdugo (0‑1) 6/19 @SPO L 6‑7 Nielsen (0‑1) 6/20 @SPO L 5‑7 Andra (0‑1) 6/21 @SPO L 2‑9 Verdugo (0‑2) 6/23 YAK W 8‑2 3375 Jensen (1‑1) 6/24 YAK W 4‑3 (DH) Malerich (1‑0) 6/24 YAK W 6‑3 4201 Joseph (1‑0) 6/25 YAK W 12‑7 3706 Hutchings (1‑0) 6/26 YAK W 8‑6 3596 Verdugo (1‑2) Travis (1) 6/27 @EUG W 5‑2 Jensen (2‑1) Travis (2) 6/28 @EUG W 7‑0 Pohl (1‑0) Joseph (1) 6/29 @EUG W 5‑2 Riley (1‑0) Travis (3) 6/30 SOR W 8‑5 2620 Rice (1‑0) Travis (4) 7/1 SOR L 2‑3* 3345 Clark (0‑1) 7/2 SOR L 3‑4 5046 Takahashi (0‑1) 7/3 @EVT L 2‑11 Pohl (1‑1) 7/4 @EVT L 5‑7 Clark (0‑2) 7/5 @EVT L 1‑2 Nathan (0‑1) 7/6 @EVT L 2‑4 Verdugo (1‑3) 7/7 @EVT W 8‑6 Joseph (2‑0) Travis (5) 7/9 EUG L 0‑6 3572 Pohl (1‑2) 7/10 EUG W 11‑5 3009 Riley (2‑0) 7/11 EUG W 8‑2 4510 Andra (1‑1) 7/12 @POR L 5‑11 Joseph (2‑1) 7/13 @POR W 7‑3 Verdugo (2‑3) 7/14 @POR L 3‑6 Pohl (1‑3) 7/15 POR W 7‑3 3802 Riley (3‑0) 7/16 POR W 7‑3 3389 Andra (2‑1) 7/17 POR L 2‑9 3004 Verdugo (2‑4) 7/18 EVT W 7‑4 3798 Jensen (1‑1) Travis (6) 7/19 EVT W 8‑4 3893 Pohl (2‑3) 7/20 EVT W 8‑4 3894 Riley (4‑0) Travis (7) 7/21 EVT W 8‑2 2793 Andra (3‑1) 7/22 EVT L 1‑19 3793 Verdugo (2‑5) 7/23 @BOI W 12‑5 Jensen (4‑1) Nathan (1) 7/24 @BOI L 7‑11 Rice (1‑1) 7/25 @BOI L 3‑8 Riley (4‑1) 7/26 @BOI L 7‑9 Joseph (2‑2) 7/27 @BOI L 6‑7* Malerich (1‑1) 7/29 SOR L 4‑10 3749 Jensen (4‑2) 7/30 SOR W 11‑6 3725 Pohl (3‑3) 7/31 SOR W 9‑6 2904 Riley (5‑1) 8/1 @SOR L 4‑5 Rice (1‑2) 8/2 @SOR W 4‑2 Verdugo (3‑5) Travis (8) 8/3 @SOR W 12‑10 Malerich (2‑1) Nathan (2) 8/4 SPO L 2‑7 3493 Pohl (3‑4) 8/5 SPO W 6‑4 3228 Riley (6‑1) Travis (9) 8/6 SPO L 4‑9 3287 Joseph (2‑3) 8/7 SPO W 11‑7 3952 Verdugo (4‑5) 8/8 SPO L 7‑13 4080 Jensen (4‑3) 8/9 @YAK L 1‑3 Larreal (0‑1) 8/10 @YAK W 7‑5 Riley (7‑1) Travis (10) 8/11 @YAK W 8‑7* Pohl (4‑4) Travis (11) 8/12 @YAK L 3‑4 Verdugo (4‑6) 8/13 @YAK W 11‑4 Jensen (5‑3) 8/15 BOI W 8‑5 4932 Pohl (5‑4) Larreal (1) 8/16 BOI W 6‑4 3896 Riley (8‑1) Travis (12) 8/17 BOI L 2‑14 3745 Joseph (2‑4) 8/18 BOI L 1‑3 3003 Verdugo (4‑7) 8/19 BOI W 5‑1 3090 Jensen (6‑3) 8/20 POR L 1‑2* 3239 Austin (0‑1) 8/21 POR W 2‑1 3685 Larreal (1‑1) 8/22 POR L 3‑5 4538 Travis (0‑1) 8/23 @POR L 5‑6 Farley (0‑1) 8/24 @POR L 3‑4 Larreal (1‑2) 8/25 @POR W 6‑1 Nathan (1‑1) 8/26 @EUG L 2‑3 Riley (8‑2) 8/27 @EUG W 4‑3 Joseph (3‑4) Travis (13) 8/28 @EUG L 2‑4 Verdugo (4‑8) 8/29 EUG W 8‑3 4032 Jensen (7‑3) 8/30 EUG W 7‑4 4118 Nathan (2‑1) Travis (14) 8/31 EUG W 12‑4 4794 Riley (9‑2) 9/1 @SOR L 4‑6 Joseph (3‑5) 9/3 @SOR W 15‑2 Nielsen (1‑1) Travis (15) 9/3 @SOR W 10‑9 Austin (1‑1) Travis (16) * Extra Innings (10 innings: 7/1, 8/11; 11 innings: 8/20; 13 innings: 7/27)

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RECORD 0‑1 0‑2 0‑3 0‑4 0‑5 1‑5 2‑5 3‑5 4‑5 5‑5 6‑5 7‑5 8‑5 9‑5 9‑6 9‑7 9‑8 9‑9 9‑10 9‑11 10‑11 10‑12 11‑12 12‑12 12‑13 13‑13 13‑14 14‑14 15‑14 15‑15 16‑15 17‑15 18‑15 19‑15 19‑16 20‑16 20‑17 20‑18 20‑19 20‑20 20‑21 21‑21 22‑21 22‑22 23‑22 24‑22 24‑23 25‑23 25‑24 26‑24 26‑25 26‑26 27‑26 28‑26 28‑27 29‑27 30‑27 31‑27 31‑28 31‑29 32‑29 32‑30 33‑30 33‑31 33‑32 33‑33 34‑33 34‑34 35‑34 35‑35 36‑35 37‑35 38‑35 38‑36 39‑36 40‑36

GB PLACE ‑1 T‑2nd ‑2 T‑2nd ‑3 4th ‑3 4th ‑3 4th ‑3.5 4th ‑3.5 3rd ‑3 3rd ‑2 3rd ‑2 3rd ‑1 3rd ‑0.5 2nd ‑0.5 2nd ‑0.5 2nd ‑0.5 2nd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑0.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑0.5 2nd ‑0.5 2nd ‑0.5 2nd ‑0.5 3rd ‑0.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑4.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑4.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑1.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑2.5 3rd ‑3.5 3rd ‑4.5 3rd ‑5.5 3rd ‑4.5 3rd ‑5.5 3rd ‑5 3rd ‑6 3rd ‑6 3rd ‑6 3rd ‑6 3rd ‑6 3rd ‑5 3rd ‑4 3rd

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1997 VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER AVG Ankrum, C. J. .266 Baeza, Art .313 Byas, Mike .276 Casper, Brett .223 Faircloth, Chad .284 Flaherty, Tim .227 Fuentes, Joel .218 Greene, Clay .225 Kenna, David .198 Lopez, Luis .000 Mendoza, Carlos .208 Mosier, Mark .306 Oquendo, Nelvin .200 Otero, Will .238 Priess, Matt .273 Rodriguez, Guillermo .231 Valderrama, Carlos .319 Wells, Zach .284 Young, Travis .334 TEAM .263

G 74 6 71 61 31 32 20 33 64 1 33 19 4 46 46 11 41 62 76 76

AB 263 16 290 229 102 110 55 89 242 4 106 62 5 147 172 39 138 218 320 2607

R 44 5 68 31 13 16 7 11 23 0 10 10 1 22 22 3 21 47 80 434

H 70 5 80 51 29 25 12 20 48 0 22 19 1 35 47 9 44 62 107 686

2B 14 1 9 14 5 6 2 4 8 0 0 2 0 9 8 3 7 9 11 112

3B 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 3 2 6 24

HR 5 2 0 7 0 4 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 10 1 42

RBI 64 5 16 34 13 17 2 5 33 1 6 7 0 12 31 3 28 43 34 354

BB 49 2 48 31 14 15 17 7 17 0 11 9 1 17 12 5 12 48 30 345

SO 44 3 44 86 30 44 12 19 86 1 19 13 2 32 30 12 29 57 50 613

SB 6 0 51 17 2 1 1 20 1 0 6 0 0 2 0 0 22 3 40 172

CS 5 0 9 3 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 8 36

OBP .394 .389 .382 .322 .371 .320 .403 .281 .260 .000 .288 .394 .333 .331 .319 .318 .368 .414 .397 .354

SLG .384 .750 .314 .384 .373 .391 .255 .292 .335 .000 .208 .339 .200 .340 .395 .308 .478 .482 .416 .373

WP 4 0 2 1 5 1 2 2 10 0 1 4 2 2 0 6 5 6 1 5 1 60

BK 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 13

1997 VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER W-L Andra, Jeff 3-1 Austin, Shawn 1-1 Clark, Richard 0-2 DeAbreu, Milton 0-0 Farley, Joe 0-1 Hutchings, Mark 1-0 Jensen, Ryan 7-3 Johnson, Eric 0-0 Joseph, Kevin 3-5 Larreal, Guillermo 1-2 Linebrink, Scott 0-0 Malerich, Will 2-1 Nathan, Joe 2-1 Nielsen, Tom 1-1 Olivo, Gary 0-0 Pohl, Jeff 5-4 Rice, Nathan 1-2 Riley, Mike 9-2 Takahashi, Kurt 0-1 Travis, Jesse 0-1 Verdugo, Jason 4-8 TEAM 40-36

ERA 2.03 1.06 7.50 14.09 4.50 8.56 5.15 11.88 5.40 5.51 4.50 3.04 2.47 4.82 24.00 4.65 5.40 3.46 3.71 2.45 4.83 4.40

G 8 13 6 7 10 11 16 10 17 13 3 21 18 7 3 18 13 15 10 28 16 76

GS 8 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 6 0 3 0 5 0 0 8 0 15 1 0 14 76

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SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 20

IP 44 17 6 8 14 14 80 8 45 16 10 27 62 9 3 72 18 88 17 29 78 667

H 39 12 6 17 6 24 87 7 44 23 7 26 53 10 4 88 22 76 22 24 85 682

R 21 7 6 12 7 15 55 12 35 12 5 14 22 5 11 51 13 39 9 9 48 408

ER 10 2 5 12 7 13 46 11 27 10 5 9 17 5 8 37 11 34 7 8 42 326

HR 3 1 0 0 2 2 10 0 4 1 1 2 7 0 2 8 0 9 1 3 7 63

HB 1 1 0 0 1 3 4 1 2 0 0 3 4 0 1 6 2 4 1 0 6 40

BB 10 6 7 6 16 8 32 18 26 3 6 21 26 4 6 20 7 28 8 12 25 295

SO 58 18 5 8 17 5 67 8 45 16 6 43 44 12 3 47 26 96 19 19 82 644

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1997 SEASON SUMMARY VOLCANOES TEAM BATTING LEADERS Most Runs 15 (@ Southern Oregon 9/3) Hits 19 (@ Southern Oregon 9/3) Doubles 4 (@ Yakima 8/10; vs. Boise 8/15) Triples 3 (vs. Spokane 8/7) Home Runs 3 (vs. Yakima 6/23) RBI 14 (@ Southern Oregon 9/3) 15 (vs. Southern Oregon 7/1; @ Boise Strikeouts 7/27) Walks 9 (@ Everett 7/7; @ Boise 7/23) Hit by Pitch 3 (@ Everett 7/7) Stolen Bases 7 (@ Portland 8/25) Left on Base 15 (@ Boise 7/27, 13 innings)

VOLCANOES TEAM PITCHING LEADERS Fewest Hits Allowed 3 (vs. Everett 7/21) Most Hits 18 (vs. Everett 7/22) Most Runs 19 (vs. Everett 7/22) Earned Runs 14 (vs. Boise 8/17) Strikeouts 16 (@ Everett 7/7) Base on Balls 11 (vs. Everett 7/22; vs. Boise 8/17) Hit Batters

2 (4 times)

Wild Pitches Balks Most Left on Base

4 (vs. Spokane 8/6; vs. Spokane 8/8) 1 (13 times) 16 (@ Everett 7/7)

VOLCANOES HIGHS AND LOWS 1997 Longest Game, Time Longest Game, Time (9 innings) Longest Game, Innings Shortest Game, Time Shortest Game, Time (9 innings) Largest Attendance, Home Largest Attendance, Road Smallest Attendance, Home Smallest Attendance, Road Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Longest Winning Streak, Home Longest Losing Streak, Home Longest Winning Streak, Road Longest Losing Streak, Road

4:18 3:46 13 2:17 2:26 5,046 12,127 2,620 572 9 6 6 3 3 5

@ BOI 7/27 (13 innings) vs. SPO 8/6 @ BOI 7/27 vs. YAK 6/24 (7 innings, second game) @ YAK 8/14 vs. Southern Oregon 7/2 @ Portland 7/12 vs. Southern Oregon 6/30 vs. Southern Oregon 9/3 (6/23-6/30) (7/1-7/6) (6/23-6/30) (7/1-7/9) (6/27-6/29) (6/17-6/21; 7/24-8/1)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS 1997 Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four-Run Decisions Five-Run Decisions Six-plus Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Day Games Night Games Vs. Eugene Vs. Portland Vs. Southern Oregon Vs. Boise Vs. Everett Vs. Spokane Vs. Yakima Total vs. South Total vs. North June July August September Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

152

W 1 1 5 7 8 7 4 9 21 40 4 36 9 5 7 4 5 2 8 21 19 9 13 16 2 6 6 5 8 5 5 5

TOTAL

L 1 3 12 9 2 1 3 9 16 36 3 33 3 7 5 6 5 8 2 15 21 5 16 14 1 4 4 6 5 5 6 6

W 1 0 2 3 6 6 3 5 12 25 2 23 5 3 3 3 4 2 5 11 14 6 10 9 0 2 3 5 3 5 4 3

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L 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 8 5 13 1 12 1 3 3 2 1 3 0 7 6 0 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 1 2 0

W 0 1 3 4 2 1 1 4 9 15 2 13 4 2 4 1 1 0 3 10 5 3 3 7 2 4 3 0 5 0 1 2

ROAD

L 1 1 9 7 2 1 3 1 11 23 2 21 2 4 2 4 4 5 2 8 15 5 10 7 1 3 2 3 1 4 4 6

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1997 NORTHWEST LEAGUE REVIEW TEAM STANDINGS NORTH Boise* Spokane Everett Yakima

W 51 45 29 23

L 25 31 47 53

Pct. .671 .592 .382 .303

GB --6 22 28

Manager Tom Kotchman Jeff Garber Orlando Gomez Joe Vavra

Attendance 154,819 185,304 79,918 80,003

SOUTH Portland* Southern Oregon SALEM-KEIZER Eugene

44 41 40 31

32 35 36 45

.579 .539 .526 .408

--3 4 13

Jim Eppard John Kuehl Shane Turner Jim Saul

213,242 68,757 136,836 135,926

*Portland defeated Boise, three games to two, for the Northwest League Championship

TEAM BATTING TEAM Boise Spokane Everett Southern Oregon VOLCANOES Eugene Portland Yakima

AVG .290 .281 .276 .275 .263 .256 .255 .252

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2777 2741 2755 2675 2607 2649 2562 2678

R 550 514 457 496 434 383 394 365

H 804 771 761 736 686 677 653 674

2B 172 149 143 147 112 111 117 139

3B 15 28 25 31 24 27 26 28

HR 65 70 61 53 42 37 31 38

RBI 457 435 397 416 354 328 337 316

BB 363 341 295 387 345 275 312 251

SO 585 628 729 714 613 610 681 658

SB 92 97 127 138 173 58 80 107

CS 27 27 36 46 36 28 35 26

L 31 32 25 36 35 47 45 53

ERA 4.02 4.12 4.27 4.35 4.85 4.88 5.24 5.29

CG 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1

ShO 2 3 0 1 2 3 3 0

SV 17 23 23 20 15 12 16 9

IP 685.0 670.1 693.0 666.2 679.1 672.2 671.2 673.2

H 701 728 692 682 694 726 781 758

R 420 382 421 408 464 480 495 523

ER 306 307 329 322 366 365 391 396

HR 50 39 30 63 52 64 53 46

BB 272 240 292 295 334 380 384 372

SO 683 547 730 644 678 735 602 599

TEAM PITCHING TEAM Spokane Portland Boise VOLCANOES Southern Oregon Everett Eugene Yakima

W 45 44 51 40 41 29 31 23

TEAM FIELDING TEAM Portland Boise VOLCANOES Spokane Eugene Southern Oregon Yakima Everett

PCT .959 .953 .951 .950 .949 .949 .944 .942

PO 2011 2079 2000 2055 2015 2038 2021 2018

A 821 865 737 830 842 905 853 769

E 122 144 142 153 152 158 171 173

TC 2954 3088 2879 3038 3009 3101 3045 2960

DP 73 47 65 56 65 64 72 53

PB 27 25 25 36 25 47 50 37

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM POS MGR MVP C 1B (tie) 1B (tie) 2B 3B SS

PLAYER Jim Eppard Dee Brown Jason Dewey Mark Burke Nick Leach Travis Young Adam Piatt Nelson Castro

TEAM Portland Spokane Boise Eugene Yakima VOLCANOES Southern Oregon Boise

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PLAYER Dee Brown Casey Child Juan LeBron Mike Marchiano Matt Wise Mike Riley Ara Petrosian Clint Crysler

TEAM Spokane Boise Spokane Everett Boise VOLCANOES Portland Everett

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1997 NORTHWEST LEAGUE SUMMARY BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE Goef Tomlinson, SPO Casey Martin, BOI Jermaine Clark, EVR

.338 .337 .337

GAMES TRAVIS YOUNG, S-K C. J. ANKRUM, S-K Dee Brown, SPO

76 74 73

AT BATS TRAVIS YOUNG, S-K Dee Brown, SPO Nelson Castro, BOI

320 298 293

RUNS TRAVIS YOUNG, S-K Nelson Castro, BOI Casey Child, BOI

80 74 69

HITS TRAVIS YOUNG, S-K Dee Brown, SPO Paxton Stewart, BOI

107 97 94

DOUBLES Juan LeBron, SPO Casey Child, BOI Harvey Hargrove, EVR

27 26 21

TRIPLES Cash Riley, YAK TRAVIS YOUNG, S-K

7 6

HOME RUNS Mike Marchiano, EVR Dee Brown, SPO

15 13

Several Players tied at

6

Jason Dewey, BOI

13

TOTAL BASES Dee Brown, SPO Casey Child, BOI Jason Dewey, BOI STOLEN BASES MIKE BYAS, S-K TRAVIS YOUNG, S-K Nelson Castro, BOI

168 152 148 51 40 26

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Dee Brown, SPO Casey Child, BOI Casey Martin, BOI BASE ON BALLS Nicholas Sosa, SOR Rodney Clifton, SOR C. J. ANKRUM, S-K

.564 .555 .547 55 54 49

RBI Dee Brown, SPO C. J. ANKRUM, S-K Dewey, BOI; Marchiano, EVR ON BASE PERCENTAGE Goef Tomlinson, SPO Jermaine Clark, EVR Nick Leach, YAK STRIKEOUTS Andres Mitchell, POR Patrick Williams, EVR Gerald Eady, EVR

73 64 64

.440 .437 .424 102 93 89

PITCHING LEADERS WINS MIKE RILEY, S-K Matt Wise, BOI RYAN JENSEN, S-K Several Players tied at

9 9 7 7

LOSSES Lance Backowski, YAK Ben Wyatt, EUG Beau Parker, YAK JASON VERDUGO, S-K

12 10 8 8

GAMES Scot Shields, BOI Ara Petrosian, POR JESSE TRAVIS, S-K Bill Everly, YAK

30 29 28 28

GAMES STARTED RYAN JENSEN, S-K Joe Gangemi, BOI MIKE RILEY, S-K Several Players tied at

16 16 15 15

SAVES JESSE TRAVIS, S-K Bo Donaldson, SPO Ara Petrosian, POR

16 15 13

STRIKEOUTS MIKE RILEY, S-K Ryan Schurman, EUG Bo Donaldson, SPO

96 95 88

ADDITIONAL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage Matt Wise, BOI Hits Allowed Mike Roberts, EUG Runs Allowed Lance Backowski, YAK Earned Runs Allowed Mike Roberts, EUG Home Runs Allowed Three tied with, Hit Batters Lance Backowski, YAK Wild Pitches Mark Harriger, BOI

154

.900 (9-1) 104 72 59 10 10 15

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Justin Miller, POR JOE NATHAN, S-K Ryan Cummings, BOI

2.14 2.47 3.09

INNINGS PITCHED MIKE RILEY, S-K Jordy Alexander, SPO Ryan Schurman, EUG

88.1 86.1 86.1

BASE ON BALLS Brandon Nogowski, EVR Lance Backowski, YAK Adrian Burnside, YAK

ADDITIONAL BATTING LEADERS Sacrifice Hits Joe Caruso, SPO Sacrifice Flies C. J. ANKRUM, S-K Hit By Pitch C. J. ANKRUM, S-K Caught Stealing Adam Robinson, SOR Grounded into DP Gerald Eady, EVR

57 53 49

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2008

2007

2006

2003

2001

1998

Salem-Keizer 3, Tri-City 1 Game 1 (9/7/09)

@ Tri-City

Tri-City 1

Salem-Keizer 0

Game 2 (9/8/09)

@ Tri-City

Salem-Keizer 2

Tri-City 0

Game 3 (9/9/09)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 7

Tri-City 0

Game 4 (9/10/09)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 2

Tri-City 1 (13 innings)

Sponake 3, Salem-Keizer 1 Game 1 (9/4/08)

@ Spokane

Salem-Keizer 5

Spokane 3

Game 2 (9/5/08)

@ Spokane

Spokane 11

Salem-Keizer 10 (10 innings)

Game 3 (9/6/08)

@ S-K

Spokane 11

Salem-Keizer 10

Game 4 (9/7/08)

@ S-K

Spokane 6

Salem-Keizer 5

Salem-Keizer 3, Tri-City 1 Game 1 (9/6/07)

@ Tri-City

Tri-City 3

Salem-Keizer 2

Game 2 (9/7/07)

@ Tri-City

Salem-Keizer 10

Tri-City 0

Game 3 (9/8/07)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 2

Tri-City 0

Game 4 (9/9/07)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 4

Tri-City 2

Salem-Keizer 3, Boise 1 Game 1 (9/7/06)

@ Boise

Boise 5

Salem-Keizer 1

Game 2 (9/8/06)

@ Boise

Salem-Keizer 5

Boise 0

Game 3 (9/9/06)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 2

Boise 1 (11 innings)

Game 4 (9/10/06)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 6

Boise 4

Spokane 3, Salem-Keizer 0 Game 1 (9/5/03)

@ S-K

Spokane 10

Salem-Keizer 0

Game 2 (9/6/03)

@ S-K

Spokane 6

Salem-Keizer 4 (10 innings)

Game 3 (9/9/03)

@ Spokane

Spokane 11

Salem-Keizer 4 (7 innings)

Salem-Keizer 3, Boise 0 Game 1 (9/6/01)

@ Boise

Salem-Keizer 5

Boise 0

Game 2 (9/7/01)

@ Boise

Salem-Keizer 5

Boise 0

Game 3 (9/8/01)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 7

Boise 5

Salem-Keizer 3, Boise 0 Game 1 (9/3/98)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 6

Boise 3

Game 2 (9/4/98)

@ S-K

Salem-Keizer 14

Boise 5

Game 3 (9/5/98)

@ Boise

Salem-Keizer 6

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Game 2 • September 8, 2009 @ Tri-City

Tri-City 2, Salem-Keizer 0 Salem-Keizer Cook, LF Biery, 3B Anders, 1B Dominguez, DH Lollis, RF Lowenstein, C Martinez, 2B Cavan, SS Totals

AB 4 4 4 3 3 2 3 3 30

Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Tri-City

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

000 000

Salem-Keizer 2, Tri-City 0

Tri-City Scott, 2B Paulsen, 1B Bowman, DH Matthes, RF Clark, LF Sanders J, 3B Gonzalez, C Wong, SS Totals

000 002

000 000

R 0 2

AB 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 26

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

H 4 8

H 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 8

BI 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 E 0 0

LOB-Salem-Keizer 4, Tri City 3. DP-Salem-Keizer 3, Tri-City 1. 2B-Cook, Martinez, Wheeler, Gonzalez. Salem-Keizer Bucardo, J. Tri-City Kuo (W, 1-0) Benningson (H, 1) Ruiz (S, 1)

IP 8.0 IP 7.0 1.0 1.0

H 8 H 3 1 0

R 2 R 0 0 0

ER 2 ER 0 0 0

BB 0 BB 0 0 0

SO 6 SO 5 0 3

Umpires: HP: Javier Cantu. 1B: John Bostwick. 2B: Shaun Lampe. 3B: Richard Wilson. Weather: 75 degrees, partly cloudy. Wind: 5 mph, R to L. T: 1:44. Att: 965. How they Scored: Tri-City 6th — J. Wong singles to second base. T. Wheeler doubles to right field, J. Wong scores. J. Scott out on a sacrifice bunt to L. Anders, T. Wheeler to 3rd. B. Paulsen singles to center field, T. Wheeler scores. B. Bowman grounds into double play, J. Martinez to R. Cavan to L. Anders, B. Paulsen out at 2nd. Dust Devils 2, VOLCANOES 0

Salem-Keizer Cook, LF Biery, 3B Dominguez, DH Anders, 1B Cavan, SS Lollis, RF Martinez, 2B Lowenstein, C

AB 4 4 4 4 2 1 4 3

R 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

H 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0

BI 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

Totals

31 2

4

2

Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Tri-City

000 000

Tri-City Sandoval, LF Clark, PH Paulsen, 1B Matthes, RF Sanders J, 3B Reyes, DH Bowman, DH Feinberg, 2B Sanders J, 3B Gonzalez, C Wong, SS Totals

100 000

001 000

R 2 0

AB 3 1 3 4 3 2 1 3 3 3 3 30

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

H 4 3

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E 0 0

LOB-Salem-Keizer 8, Tri City 4. 2B-Matthes 2. HR-Biery (1) Salem-Keizer Gloor (W 1-0) Vazquez (H, 1) Quinowski (H, 1) Stoffel (S, 1) Tri-City Musick (L, 0-1) Stavert Bargas Ballard

IP 6.1 0.1 1.1 1.0 IP 4.2 1.2 2.0 0.2

H 3 0 0 0 H 1 1 1 1

R 0 0 0 0 R 1 0 1 0

ER 0 0 0 0 ER 1 0 1 0

BB 0 0 0 1 BB 1 3 1 0

SO 6 0 2 2 SO 2 1 1 1

Umpires: HP: John Bostwick. 1B: Shaun Lampe. 2B: Richard Wilson. 3B: Javier Cantu. Weather: 74 degrees, partly cloudy. Wind: 5 mph, Out to RF. T: 2:30. Att: 923. How they scored: VOLCANOES 4th — E. Crawford flies out to K. Matthes. D. Cook pops out to A. Feinberg. D. Biery hits a home run to left field on a 3-2 pitch. C. Dominguez pops out to J. Wong. VOLCANOES 1, Tri-City 0 VOLCANOES 9th — C. Dominguez strikes out swinging. L. Anders singles up the middle. R. Cavan hit by pitch, L. Anders to 2nd. R. Lollis walks, L. Anders to 3rd; R. Cavan to 2nd. Pitcher Change: R. Ballard replaces P. Bargas. J. Martinez singles to left field, L. Anders scores; R. Cavan to 3rd; R. Lollis to 2nd. A. Lowenstein strikes out swinging. E. Crawford flies out to T. Wheeler. VOLCANOES 2, Tri-City 0

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2009 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 3 • September 9, 2009 @ Salem-Keizer

Game 4 • September 10, 2009 @ Salem-Keizer

Salem-Keizer 7, Tri-City 0 Tri-City Scott, 2B Paulsen, 1B Bowman, DH Matthes, RF Clark, LF Sanders J, 3B Gonzalez, C Wong, SS Totals

AB 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 26

Score by innings: Tri-City Salem-Keizer

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

H 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 8

000 142

BI 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Salem-Keizer 2, Tri-City 1 (13 innings)

Salem-Keizer Cook, LF Biery, 3B Anders, 1B Dominguez, DH Lollis, RF Cavan, SS Martinez, 2B Lowenstein, C Totals

000 000

000 000

R 0 7

AB 5 4 4 4 3 2 4 3 30

R 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0

H 1 2 2 1 1 0 2 0 4

H 3 12

BI 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 E 0 2

E-Cavan 2. LOB: Tri-City 8, Salem-Keizer 9. DP-Tri-City 1, Salem-Keizer 1. 2B-Crawford 2, Martinez, Biery. Tri-City Perkins (L, 0-1) Federico Scurry Weatherford McAtee Salem-Keizer Westcott (W, 1-0) Rodriguez Graves

IP 2.0 3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 IP 7.0 0.1 1.2

H 7 3 2 0 0 H 3 0 0

R 7 0 0 0 0 R 0 0 0

ER 7 0 0 0 0 ER 0 0 0

BB 3 1 0 1 1 BB 2 3 0

Tri-City Clark, LF Paulsen, 1B Bowman, DH Matthes, RF Sanders J, 3B Gonzalez, C Scott, 2B Wong, SS Totals

AB 5 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 42

Score by innings: Tri-City Salem-Keizer

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

H 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 6

BI 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

Salem-Keizer Cook, LF Biery, 3B Anders, 1B Dominguez, DH Lollis, RF Cavan, SS Martinez, 2B Lowenstein, C Totals

100 000 000 000 000 000 100 000

0 1

AB 5 5 4 6 3 4 5 4 45

R 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2

R 1 2

H 6 11

H 1 1 2 2 1 0 3 1 11

BI 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 E 0 2

LOB-Tri-City 6, Salem-Keizer 12. DP: Tri-City 2, Salem-Keizer 1. 2B-Paulsen, Scott, Martinez, Lollis. SO 1 2 0 4 1 SO 7 1 2

Umpires: HP: Shaun Lampe. 1B: Richard Wilson. 2B: Javier Cantu. 3B: John Bostwick. Weather: 77 degrees, overcast. Wind: 10 mph, L to R. T: 2:42. Att: 902. How they scored: VOLCANOES 1st — E. Crawford doubles to left-center field. D. Cook flies out to K. Clark. D. Biery grounds out, J. Scott to B. Paulsen, E. Crawford to 3rd. L. Anders singles up the middle, E. Crawford scores. With C. Dominguez batting, wild pitch by D. Perkins, L. Anders to 2nd. C. Dominguez strikes out swinging. VOLCANOES 1, Tri-City 0

Tri-City Scahill Benningson (BS, 1) Ballard Bargas Scurry (L, 0-1) Ruiz Salem-Keizer Bucardo, W. Quinowski Stoffel Moran (W, 1-0)

IP 6.0 3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.1 IP 5.0 3.0 3.0 2.0

H 5 1 1 1 2 11 H 2 1 2 1

R 0 1 0 0 1 0 R 1 0 0 0

ER 0 1 0 0 1 0 ER 1 0 0 0

BB 2 0 1 1 1 1 BB 2 0 0 0

SO 4 6 2 0 0 1 SO 3 8 4 2

Umpires: HP: Richard Wilson. 1B: Javier Cantu. 2B: John Bostwick. 3B: Shaun Lampe. Weather: 82 degrees, clear. Wind: 10 mph, In from LF. T: 3:32. Att: 894. How they scored: Tri-City 1st — T. Wheeler walks. K. Clark pops out to R. Cavan. B. Paulsen walks, T. Wheeler to 2nd. B. Bowman grounds out to W. Bucardo, T. Wheeler to 3rd; B. Paulsen to 2nd. K. Matthes singles to left field, T. Wheeler scores; B. Paulsen out at home on the throw, D. Cook to A. Lowenstein.

VOLCANOES 2nd — R. Lollis walks. R. Cavan pops out to J. Sanders. J. Martinez doubles to right field, R. Lollis to 3rd. A. Lowenstein grounds out, J. Scott to B. Paulsen, R. Lollis scores; J. Martinez to 3rd. E. Crawford doubles to right field, J. Martinez scores. D. Cook singles to shortstop, E. Crawford to 3rd. D. Biery singles to shallow left field, E. Crawford scores; D. Cook to 2nd. L. Anders walks, D. Cook to 3rd; D. Biery to 2nd. With C. Dominguez batting, wild pitch by D. Perkins, D. Cook scores; D. Biery to 3rd; L. Anders to 2nd. C. Dominguez flies out to K. Matthes.

Tri-City 1, VOLCANOES 0

VOLCANOES 5, Tri-City 0

VOLCANOES 13th — D. Cook singles to center field. D. Biery singles through the hole at second base, D. Cook to 3rd. R. Scurry intentionally walks L. Anders, D. Biery to 2nd. Pitcher Change: C. Ruiz replaces R. Scurry. C. Dominguez strikes out swinging. R. Lollis singles to center field, D. Cook scores; D. Biery to 3rd; L. Anders to 2nd.

VOLCANOES 3rd — R. Lollis singles to left field. R. Cavan walks, R. Lollis to 2nd. Pitcher Change: E. Federico replaces D. Perkins. J. Martinez singles to right-center field, R. Lollis scores; R. Cavan to 3rd; J. Martinez out at 2nd on the throw, T. Wheeler to J. Wong to J. Sanders to J. Scott. A. Lowenstein out on a sacrifice bunt, B. Paulsen to J. Scott, R. Cavan scores. E. Crawford walks. With D. Cook batting, E. Crawford caught stealing 2nd base, D. Tarleton to J. Wong.

VOLCANOES 7th — Pitcher Change: C. Bennigson replaces R. Scahill. R. Lollis struck out looking. R. Cavan hit by pitch. J. Martinez doubles to right field, R. Cavan to 3rd. A. Lowenstein out on a sacrifice bunt, C. Bennigson to J. Scott, R. Cavan scores; J. Martinez to 3rd. E. Crawford strikes out swinging. Dust Devils 1, VOLCANOES 1

VOLCANOES 2, Dust Devils 1

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2009 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER AVG. Anders, Luke .313 Biery, Drew .235 Cavan, Ryan .000 Cook, Dan .222 Crawford, Evan .263 Dominguez, Chris .059 Lollis, Ryan .231 Lowenstein, Aaron .083 Martinez, Juan .500 Totals .223

G 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

AB 16 17 11 18 19 17 13 12 16 139

R 1 1 2 2 2 0 2 0 1 11

H 5 4 0 4 5 1 3 1 8 31

2B 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 3 8

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

RBI 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 2 10

BB 3 2 3 1 1 0 4 1 0 15

SO 4 2 2 5 6 7 2 6 1 35

SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CS 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

OBP .421 .316 .313 .263 .300 .059 .412 .214 .500 .312

SLG .313 .471 .000 .278 .368 .059 .308 .083 .688 .302

WP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OPP AVG .308 .125 .136 .000 .200 .071 .000 .143 .000 .120 .156

VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER Bucardo, Jorge Bucardo, Wilber Gloor, Chris Graves, Brandon Moran, Gary Quinowski, David Rodriguez, Mario Stoffel, Jason Vazquez, Kyle Westcott, Craig Totals

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W-L 0–1 0–0 1–0 0–0 1–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 1–0 3–1

ERA 2.25 1.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.69

G 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 4

GS 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4

CG 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

IP 8.0 5.0 6.1 1.2 2.0 4.1 0.1 4.0 0.1 7.0 39.0

H 8 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 20

R 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3

ER 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HB 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

BB 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 2 8

SO 6 3 6 2 2 10 1 6 0 7 43

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2008 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES How they scored:

Game 1 • September 4, 2008 @ Spokane

Salem-Keizer 5, Spokane 3 Salem-Keizer AB R H Gillaspie, 3B 4 1 1 Peguero, RF 4 1 1 Loberg, 1B 3 2 2 Flores, DH 5 0 2 Monell, C 4 0 1 Lormand, 2B 4 0 0 Bond, LF 4 0 1 Curry, CF 4 0 2 Totals 37 5 11 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Spokane

202 000

BI 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 5

Spokane Kaase, SS Paisano, CF Fry, DH Butler, RF Guinn, 1B West, 3B Hogan, C Higgins, 2B Totals

000 000

100 300

AB 5 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 33 R 5 3

R 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

H 11 6

H 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 6

BI 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 E 0 1

E: Kaase. DP-Spokane 2. LOB-Salem-Keizer 9, Spokane 9. SBCurry, Butler. 2B-Loberg, Curry, Butler. HR-Fry. Salem-Keizer Reichard (W, 1-0) Edens (H, 1) Runzler Fitzgerald (H, 1) Quirarte (S, 1) Spokane Boscan (L, 0-1) Hurley Schlecht

IP 5.1 0.2 0.2 1.1 1.0 IP 5.0 2.0 2.0

H 4 0 2 0 0 H 7 3 1

R 0 0 3 0 0 R 4 1 0

ER 0 0 3 0 0 ER 3 1 0

BB 3 1 1 0 0 BB 1 1 1

SO 4 2 1 1 3 SO 1 3 1

Umpires: HP: Matt Benham. 1B: Adam Schwarz. 2B: Brett Terry. 3B: Aaron Roberts. Weather: 75 degrees, clear. Wind: 2 mph, Out to LF. T: 2:44. Att: 1,587.

VOLCANOES 1st — V. Frias reaches on throwing error by J. Kaase. With C. Gillaspie batting, V. Frias steals 2nd base. C. Gillaspie walks. F. Peguero hit by pitch, V. Frias to 3rd; C. Gillaspie to 2nd. M. Loberg grounds into a force out, K. Higgins to J. Kaase, V. Frias scores; C. Gillaspie to 3rd; F. Peguero out at 2nd. J. Flores singles to center field, C. Gillaspie scores; M. Loberg to 2nd. J. Monell grounds into a force out, J. Kaase to M. West, M. Loberg out at 3rd, J. Flores to 2nd. R. Lormand flies out to D. Paisano. VOLCANOES 2, Spokane 0 VOLCANOES 3rd — F. Peguero singles to left-center field. M. Loberg doubles to left field, F. Peguero to 3rd. J. Flores grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn, F. Peguero scores; M. Loberg to 3rd. J. Monell grounds out, J. Kaase to D. Guinn, M. Loberg scores. R. Lormand flies out to D. Paisano. VOLCANOES 4, Spokane 0 VOLCANOES 7th — C. Gillaspie singles to left field. With F. Peguero batting, wild pitch by T. Hurley, Gillaspie to 2nd. With Peguero batting, wild pitch by Hurley, Gillaspie to 3rd. Peguero strikes out swinging. M. Loberg walks. J. Flores reaches on a fielder’s choice out, D. Guinn unassisted, Gillaspie out at home, Loberg to 2nd. J. Monell singles to center field, Loberg scores; Flores to 2nd. R. Lormand strikes out swinging. VOLCANOES 5, Spokane 0 Spokane 7th — Pitcher Change: D. Runzler replaces J. Edens. K. Higgins struck out looking. J. Bolden walks. With J. Kaase batting, wild pitch by D. Runzler, J. Bolden to 2nd. J. Kaase grounds out, R. Lormand to M. Loberg, J. Bolden to 3rd. D. Paisano singles to right field, J. Bolden scores. E. Fry hits a home run to right field on a 0-0 pitch, D. Paisano scores. Pitcher Change: J. Fitzgerald replaces D. Runzler. J. Butler strikes out swinging. VOLCANOES 5, Spokane 3

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2008 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 2 • September 5, 2008 @ Spokane

Spokane 11, Salem-Keizer 10 (10 innings) Salem-Keizer AB R H Gillaspie, 3B 6 1 1 Peguero, RF 1 0 0 Cook, RF 4 1 1 Loberg, 1B 4 2 3 Flores, DH 5 0 2 Monell, C 4 1 1 Lormand, 2B 3 0 2 Bond, LF 5 0 0 Curry, CF 4 1 2 Totals 42 10 15 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Spokane

111 002

BI 2 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 8

010 004

Spokane Kaase, SS Paisano, CF Fry, DH Butler, RF Guinn, 1B West, 3B Zaneski, C Hogan, C Higgins, 2B Totals

330 310

AB 4 5 4 5 4 4 3 2 3 39 R 10 11

0 1

R 2 2 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 11

H 0 2 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 15

H 15 15

BI 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 11 E 2 1

E-Frias (2), Kaase. LOB-Salem-Keizer 9, Spokane 6. DP- SalemKeizer 2. SB-Flores, Frias (2). 2B-Frias, Gillaspie, Zaneski, Paisano, Guinn (2), Bolden HR-Monell, Fry, Higgins, Hogan. Salem-Keizer Nicholson Stolp Neitz (BS, 1) Irving (BS, 1) King, A (L, 0-1) Spokane Perez, M Peralta, J Springston Brader Young (W, 1-0)

IP 4.1 1.0 0.2 1.0 2.0 IP 4.0 1.0 1.1 1.0 2.2

H 8 0 1 3 3 H 6 2 3 3 1

R 2 3 1 3 2 R 3 1 3 3 0

ER 2 3 1 2 2 ER 3 1 2 3 0

BB 0 2 1 0 0 BB 2 0 1 0 1

SO 0 0 0 0 4 SO 2 1 1 0 2

Umpires: HP: Adam Schwarz. 1B: Brett Terry. 2B: Aaron Roberts. 3B: Matt Benham. Weather: 71 degrees, overcast. Wind: 3 mph, Out to CF. T: 3:32. Att: 1,433. How they scored: VOLCANOES 1st — V. Frias doubles to right field. With C. Gillaspie batting, V. Frias steals 3rd base. C. Gillaspie flies out to J. Bolden. F. Peguero grounds out to D. Guinn, V. Frias scores. M. Loberg strikes out swinging. VOLCANOES 1, Spokane 0 VOLCANOES 2nd — J. Flores singles to left field. With J. Monell batting, wild pitch by M. Perez, J. Flores to 2nd. J. Monell walks. R. Lormand out on a sacrifice bunt, M. West to D. Guinn, J. Flores to 3rd; J. Monell to 2nd. C. Bond grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn, J. Flores scores; J. Monell to 3rd. C. Curry grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn. VOLCANOES 2, Spokane 0 VOLCANOES 3rd — V. Frias grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn. C. Gillaspie struck out looking. D. Cook singles to left field. M. Loberg singles to left field, D. Cook to 2nd. J. Flores singles to left field, D. Cook scores; M. Loberg to 3rd. J. Monell grounds out, K. Higgins to M. Perez. VOLCANOES 3, Spokane 0 Spokane 3rd — J. Bolden grounds out, R. Lormand to M. Loberg. J. Kaase singles through the hole at shortstop. D. Paisano doubles to shallow left field, J. Kaase scores; D. Paisano

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advances to 3rd on fielding error by V. Frias. E. Fry singles to shortstop, D. Paisano scores. J. Butler grounds into double play, V. Frias to R. Lormand to M. Loberg, E. Fry out at 2nd. VOLCANOES 3, Spokane 2 VOLCANOES 5th — Pitcher Change: J. Peralta replaces M. Perez. D. Cook grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn. M. Loberg hit by pitch. With J. Flores batting, M. Loberg advances to 2nd on a balk. J. Flores singles to center field, M. Loberg to 3rd. With J. Monell batting, M. Loberg steals home, J. Flores steals 2nd base. J. Monell strikes out swinging. R. Lormand singles to center field, J. Flores out at home on the throw, D. Paisano to Z. Zaneski. VOLCANOES 4, Spokane 2 Spokane 6th — E. Fry walks. J. Butler grounds into a force out, M. Loberg to V. Frias, E. Fry out at 2nd. With D. Guinn batting, wild pitch by E. Stolp, J. Butler to 2nd. D. Guinn walks. M. West hit by pitch, J. Butler to 3rd; D. Guinn to 2nd. Pitcher Change: J. Neitz replaces E. Stolp. Z. Zaneski grounds out to M. Loberg, J. Butler scores; D. Guinn to 3rd; M. West to 2nd. Salem-Keizer VOLCANOES Manager T. Trebelhorn ejected by 1B umpire Brett Terry. K. Higgins walks. J. Bolden doubles to right field, D. Guinn scores; M. West scores; K. Higgins scores. J. Kaase pops out to R. Lormand. Spokane 6, VOLCANOES 4 VOLCANOES 7th — Defensive Substitution: D. Hogan replaces catcher Z. Zaneski, batting 8th, playing catcher. D. Cook grounds out, M. West to D. Guinn. M. Loberg singles through the hole at second base. J. Flores reaches on fielding error by J. Kaase, M. Loberg to 2nd. J. Monell hits a home run to right field on a 0-0 pitch, M. Loberg scores; J. Flores scores. R. Lormand walks. Pitcher Change: D. Brader replaces C. Springston. C. Bond flies out to J. Butler. With C. Curry batting, R. Lormand caught stealing 2nd base, D. Hogan to K. Higgins. VOLCANOES 7, Spokane 6 Spokane 7th — Pitcher Change: B. Irving replaces J. Neitz. D. Paisano reaches on fielding error by V. Frias. E. Fry hits a home run to right field on a 0-0 pitch, D. Paisano scores. J. Butler singles to left field. With D. Guinn batting, wild pitch by B. Irving, J. Butler to 2nd. D. Guinn doubles to left field, J. Butler scores. M. West lines into double play, R. Lormand to V. Frias, D. Guinn out at 2nd. D. Hogan flies out to C. Curry. Spokane 9, VOLCANOES 7 VOLCANOES 8th — C. Curry singles to center field. V. Frias singles to center field, C. Curry to 2nd. C. Gillaspie doubles to left field, C. Curry scores; V. Frias scores. D. Cook out on a sacrifice bunt, D. Brader to D. Guinn, C. Gillaspie to 3rd. Pitcher Change: C. Young replaces D. Brader. M. Loberg strikes out swinging. With J. Flores batting, wild pitch by C. Young, C. Gillaspie scores. J. Flores walks. J. Monell grounds out to D. Guinn. VOLCANOES 10, Spokane 9 Spokane 8th — Pitcher Change: A. King replaces B. Irving. K. Higgins hits a home run to left field on a 0-0 pitch. J. Bolden strikes out swinging. J. Kaase flies out to C. Curry. D. Paisano struck out looking. VOLCANOES 10, Spokane 10 Spokane 10th — D. Hogan homers to left field on a 0-0 pitch. Spokane 11, VOLCANOES 10

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2008 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 3 • September 6, 2008 @ Salem-Keizer

Spokane 11, Salem-Keizer 10 Spokane Kaase, SS Paisano, CF Fry, DH Butler, RF Guinn, 1B West, 3B Hogan, C Higgins, 2B Totals

AB 6 3 3 2 2 4 4 5 33

Score by innings: Spokane Salem-Keizer

R 0 3 3 0 1 1 1 0 11

H 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 5

200 132

BI 1 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 8

Salem-Keizer AB R H Lormand, 2B 6 2 3 Flores, DH 5 0 1 Loberg, 1B 5 2 3 Monell, C 4 0 1 Cook, RF 5 1 2 Adrianza, SS 3 1 0 Bond, LF 4 2 1 Curry, CF 4 1 0 Totals 40 10 13

005 040

121 000

R 11 10

H 5 13

BI 2 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 10 E 3 4

E-West (2), Guinn, Flores 2, Runzler, Lormand. LOB-Spokane 10, Salem-Keizer 10. 2B-Hogan, Lormand, Frias, Cook. HR-Fry, Cook, Loberg. Spokane Ramirez Nam Miller Gutsie Hurley (W, 1-0) Salem-Keizer Ronick Casilla, J Edens Runzler Fitzgerald (H, 2) Quirarte (L, 0-1)

IP 3.0 1.1 0.2 2.0 2.0 IP 5.0 0.0 0.1 1.0 1.0 1.2

H 7 3 3 0 0 H 1 0 0 0 1 3

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

ER 4 2 2 0 0 ER 2 2 1 0 2 0

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

SO 3 2 0 3 1 SO 6 0 1 2 1 1

Umpires: HP: Brett Terry. 1B: Aaron Roberts. 2B: Matt Benham. 3B: Adam Schwarz. Weather: 74 degrees, clear. Wind: 5 mph, In from LF. T: 3:23. Att: 1,004. How they scored: Spokane 1st — J. Bolden flies out to C. Bond in foul territory. J. Kaase grounds out, E. Adrianza to M. Loberg. D. Paisano walks. E. Fry hits a home run to right field on a 0-0 pitch, D. Paisano scores. J. Butler walks. D. Guinn strikes out swinging.

on a 0-0 pitch. J. Monell flies out to J. Bolden. D. Cook ground bunts out, N. Ramirez to D. Guinn. E. Adrianza walks. C. Bond singles to shortstop, E. Adrianza to 2nd. C. Curry walks, E. Adrianza to 3rd; C. Bond to 2nd. V. Frias walks, E. Adrianza scores; C. Bond to 3rd; C. Curry to 2nd. R. Lormand pops out to D. Guinn in foul territory. VOLCANOES 6, Spokane 2 VOLCANOES 5th — C. Bond walks. C. Curry flies out to J. Butler. V. Frias doubles to right field, C. Bond scores; V. Frias advances to 3rd on throwing error by M. West. Pitcher Change: J. Miller replaces Y. Nam. R. Lormand singles to center field, V. Frias scores. J. Flores grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn, R. Lormand to 2nd. M. Loberg singles to right field, R. Lormand scores. With J. Monell batting, wild pitch by J. Miller, M. Loberg to 2nd. J. Monell walks. D. Cook doubles to left field, M. Loberg scores; J. Monell to 3rd. E. Adrianza grounds out, J. Kaase to D. Guinn. VOLCANOES 10, Spokane 2 Spokane 6th — Pitcher Change: J. Casilla replaces A. Ronick. D. Paisano walks. With E. Fry batting, D. Paisano advances to 2nd on a balk. E. Fry walks. Pitcher Change: J. Edens replaces J. Casilla. J. Butler strikes out swinging. D. Guinn walks, D. Paisano to 3rd; E. Fry to 2nd. M. West walks, D. Paisano scores; E. Fry to 3rd; D. Guinn to 2nd. D. Hogan walks, E. Fry scores; D. Guinn to 3rd; M. West to 2nd. Pitcher Change: D. Runzler replaces J. Edens. K. Higgins strikes out swinging. J. Bolden walks, D. Guinn scores; M. West to 3rd; D. Hogan to 2nd. J. Kaase reaches on throwing error by J. Flores, M. West scores; D. Hogan to 3rd; J. Bolden to 2nd. With D. Paisano batting, wild pitch by D. Runzler, D. Hogan scores; J. Bolden to 3rd; J. Kaase to 2nd. D. Paisano grounds out, D. Runzler to M. Loberg. VOLCANOES 10, Spokane 7 Spokane 7th — E. Fry reaches on missed catch error by D. Runzler, assist to M. Loberg. J. Butler strikes out swinging. D. Guinn walks, E. Fry to 2nd. Pitcher Change: J. Fitzgerald replaces D. Runzler on a 2-0 count. M. West strikes out swinging. D. Hogan doubles to left field, E. Fry scores; D. Guinn to 3rd. K. Higgins grounds out, R. Lormand to M. Loberg. VOLCANOES 10, Spokane 8

VOLCANOES 1st — V. Frias singles to right field. R. Lormand doubles to left field, V. Frias out at home, D. Paisano to D. Hogan to M. West. J. Flores grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn, R. Lormand to 3rd. M. Loberg singles to third base, R. Lormand scores; M. Loberg advances to 2nd on throwing error by M. West. J. Monell strikes out swinging.

Spokane 8th — J. Bolden walks. J. Kaase grounds out, R. Lormand to M. Loberg, J. Bolden to 2nd. D. Paisano walks. Pitcher Change: E. Quirarte replaces J. Fitzgerald. With E. Fry batting, wild pitch by E. Quirarte, J. Bolden to 3rd; D. Paisano to 2nd. E. Fry out on a sacrifice fly to C. Curry, J. Bolden scores; D. Paisano to 3rd. J. Butler walks. D. Guinn singles through the hole at shortstop, D. Paisano scores; J. Butler to 2nd. M. West grounds into a force out, E. Adrianza to R. Lormand, D. Guinn out at 2nd.

Spokane 2, VOLCANOES 1

Spokane 10, VOLCANOES 10

VOLCANOES 2nd — D. Cook hits a home run to right field on a 0-0 pitch. E. Adrianza pops out to M. West. C. Bond strikes out swinging, wild pitch by N. Ramirez, C. Bond to 1st. C. Curry reaches on force attempt, throwing error by D. Guinn, C. Bond to 3rd; C. Curry to 2nd. V. Frias out on a sacrifice fly to J. Bolden, C. Bond scores. R. Lormand singles to center field, C. Curry scores. J. Flores strikes out swinging.

Spokane 9th — D. Hogan strikes out swinging. K. Higgins grounds out, E. Quirarte to M. Loberg. J. Bolden singles to third base, J. Bolden advances to 2nd on throwing error by J. Flores. J. Kaase singles to second base, J. Bolden scores; J. Kaase advances to 2nd on throwing error by R. Lormand. D. Paisano grounds out, E. Adrianza to M. Loberg.

Spokane 2, VOLCANOES 0

VOLCANOES 4, Spokane 2

Spokane 11, VOLCANOES 10

VOLCANOES 3rd — M. Loberg hits a home run to right field

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2008 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 4 • September 7, 2008 @ Salem-Keizer

Spokane 6, Salem-Keizer 5 (10 innings) Spokane Kaase, SS Paisano, CF Fry, DH Butler, RF Guinn, 1B West, 3B Hogan, C Higgins, 2B

AB 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 5

Totals

40 6 11 6

Score by innings: Spokane Salem-Keizer

R 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0

H 3 1 2 1 0 0 2 0

201 010

BI 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0

100 011

Salem-Keizer AB R H Lormand, 2B 1 0 0 Adrianza, SS 4 0 0 Flores, 3B 5 1 3 Loberg, 1B 5 1 2 Monell, DH 4 3 3 Cook, RF 4 0 1 Kline, C 3 0 1 Bond, LF 4 0 1 Curry, CF 5 0 1 Totals 39 5 13

010 020

R 6 5

1 0

H 11 13

BI 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 4 E 0 1

E-Kline. LOB-Spokane 9, Salem-Keizer 12. 2B-Flores, Loberg. 3B-Bolden. HR-Fry. SB-Hogan, Guinn, Butler. Spokane Pimentel Brader Schlecht (BS, 1) Peralta, J (W, 1-0) Young (S, 1) Salem-Keizer Loree Neitz Wilson Verdugo (L, 0-1)

IP 4.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 IP 4.0 2.2 2.1 1.0

H 4 5 4 0 0 H 8 1 1 1

R 2 1 2 0 0 R 4 0 1 1

ER 2 1 2 0 0 ER 4 0 1 0

BB 3 0 2 1 0 BB 1 0 3 1

SO 1 1 1 0 1 SO 1 5 0 2

Umpires: HP: Aaron Roberts. 1B: Matt Benham. 2B: Adam Schwarz. 3B: Brett Terry. Weather: 80 degrees, clear. Wind: 15 mph, In from LF. T: 3:25. Att: 809. How they scored: Spokane 1st — J. Bolden grounds out, R. Lormand to M. Loberg. J. Kaase singles to right field. D. Paisano singles through the hole at second base, J. Kaase to 2nd. With E. Fry batting, wild pitch by M. Loree, J. Kaase to 3rd; D. Paisano to 2nd. E. Fry singles to right field, J. Kaase scores; D. Paisano to 3rd. J. Butler singles up the middle, D. Paisano scores; E. Fry to 2nd. D. Guinn flies out to D. Cook in foul territory, E. Fry to 3rd. With M. West batting, J. Butler steals 2nd base. M. West walks. D. Hogan flies out to C. Curry.

Spokane 4th — M. West grounds out, E. Adrianza to M. Loberg. D. Hogan singles up the middle. With K. Higgins batting, D. Hogan steals 2nd base. K. Higgins grounds out, J. Flores to M. Loberg. J. Bolden triples to center field, D. Hogan scores. J. Kaase pops out to T. Kline in foul territory. Spokane 4, VOLCANOES 1 VOLCANOES 4th — J. Monell walks. D. Cook singles to center field, J. Monell to 3rd. T. Kline strikes out swinging. C. Bond out on a sacrifice fly to D. Paisano, J. Monell scores. C. Curry grounds out, K. Higgins to D. Guinn. Spokane 4, VOLCANOES 2 VOLCANOES 5th — Pitcher Change: D. Brader replaces C. Pimentel. V. Frias grounds out, D. Brader to D. Guinn. E. Adrianza pops out to J. Kaase. J. Flores singles to center field. M. Loberg singles through the hole at second base, J. Flores to 2nd. J. Monell singles up the middle, J. Flores scores; M. Loberg to 2nd. D. Cook strikes out swinging. Spokane 4, VOLCANOES 3 VOLCANOES 7th — Pitcher Change: R. Schlecht replaces D. Brader. J. Flores struck out looking. M. Loberg doubles through the hole at shortstop. J. Monell singles to second base, M. Loberg to 3rd. D. Cook pops out to M. West. T. Kline singles to right field, M. Loberg scores; J. Monell to 3rd. With C. Bond batting, wild pitch by R. Schlecht, J. Monell scores; T. Kline to 2nd. C. Bond singles to second base. With C. Curry batting, wild pitch by R. Schlecht, T. Kline to 3rd; C. Bond to 2nd. C. Curry grounds out, M. West to D. Guinn. VOLCANOES 5, Spokane 4 Spokane 8th — E. Fry walks. J. Butler walks, E. Fry to 2nd. D. Guinn grounds out, M. Loberg to C. Wilson, E. Fry to 3rd; J. Butler to 2nd. M. West grounds out, V. Frias to M. Loberg, E. Fry scores; J. Butler to 3rd. D. Hogan flies out to C. Bond. Spokane 5, VOLCANOES 5 Spokane 10th — Pitcher Change: R. Verdugo replaces C. Wilson. J. Butler strikes out swinging. D. Guinn walks. M. West struck out looking. With D. Hogan batting, D. Guinn steals 2nd base, D. Guinn advances to 3rd on throwing error by T. Kline. D. Hogan singles through the hole at shortstop, D. Guinn scores. K. Higgins lines out to V. Frias. Spokane 6, VOLCANOES 5

Spokane 2, VOLCANOES 0 VOLCANOES 2nd — J. Monell singles through the hole at shortstop. D. Cook walks, J. Monell to 2nd. T. Kline walks, J. Monell to 3rd; D. Cook to 2nd. C. Bond pops out to J. Kaase on the infield fly rule. C. Curry grounds into a force out, J. Kaase to K. Higgins, J. Monell scores; D. Cook to 3rd; T. Kline out at 2nd. With V. Frias batting, D. Cook caught stealing home, D. Hogan to J. Kaase to D. Hogan. Spokane 2, VOLCANOES 1 Spokane 3rd — D. Paisano grounds out, E. Adrianza to M. Loberg. E. Fry hits a home run to right field on a 0-0 pitch. J. Butler flies out to C. Curry. D. Guinn struck out looking. Spokane 3, VOLCANOES 1

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2008 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Adrianza, Ehire Bond, Casey Cook, Dan Curry, Caleb Flores, Jose Frias, Vladimir Gillaspie, Conor Kline, Trent Loberg, Mike Lormand, Ryan Monell, Johnny Peguero, Francisco Totals

AVG. .000 .176 .308 .294 .474 .368 .200 .333 .500 .357 .375 .200 .329

G 2 4 3 4 4 4 2 1 4 4 4 2 4

AB 7 17 13 17 19 19 10 3 18 14 16 5 158

R 1 2 2 5 3 4 2 0 7 2 4 1 30

H 0 3 4 5 9 7 2 1 9 5 6 1 52

2B 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 9

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3

RBI 0 2 2 1 3 3 2 1 4 2 6 1 27

BB 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 3 0 19

SO 0 4 4 3 3 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 24

SB 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 6

CS 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

OBP .300 .211 .357 .368 .500 .435 .273 .600 .778 .400 .474 .333 .407

SLG .000 .176 .615 .353 .526 .474 .300 .333 .778 .429 .563 .200 .443

WP 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 6

OPP AVG .*** .000 .125 .000 .333 .421 .167 .421 .300 .200 .063 .222 .000 .250 .125 .255

VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER Casilla, Jose Edens, Joe Fitzgerald, Justin Irving, Brian King, Aaron Loree, Mike Neitz, Jason Nicholson, Kyle Quirarte, Edwin Reichard, Andrew Ronick, Ari Runzler, Dan Stolp, Eric Verdugo, Ryan Wilson, Christopher Totals

W-L ERA 0–0 *.** 0 – 0 9.00 0 – 0 7.71 0 – 0 18.00 0 – 1 9.00 0 – 0 9.00 0 – 0 2.70 0 – 0 4.15 0 – 1 0.00 1 – 0 0.00 0 – 0 3.60 0 – 0 16.20 0 – 0 27.00 0 – 1 0.00 0 – 0 3.86 1 – 3 6.08

G 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 4

GS 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4

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CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

IP 0.0 1.0 2.1 1.0 2.0 4.0 3.1 4.1 2.2 5.1 5.0 1.2 1.0 1.0 2.1 37.0

H 0 0 1 3 3 8 2 8 3 4 1 2 0 1 1 37

R 2 3 2 3 2 4 1 2 1 0 2 4 3 1 1 31

ER 2 1 2 2 2 4 1 2 0 0 2 3 3 0 1 25

HR 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 6

HB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

BB 2 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 4 3 2 1 3 27

SO 0 3 2 0 4 1 5 0 4 4 6 3 0 2 0 34

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2007 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 1 • September 6, 2007 @ Tri-City

Game 2 • September 7, 2007 @ Tri-City

Tri-City 3, Salem-Keizer 2 Salem-Keizer AB R Jordan, cf 4 0 Bond, 2b 4 0 Downs, 1b 3 1 D’Alessio, dh 3 0 Edwards, pr-dh 0 0 Baker, lf 2 0 Davis, 3b 3 0 VanElderen, rf 3 0 Rothford, ph 1 0 Williams, c 2 1 LaTorre, ph 1 0

H 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

BI 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Schoop, ss

3

0

0

0

Flores, ph

1

0

0

0

Totals

30 2

5

2

Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Tri-City

100 000

Salem-Keizer 10, Tri-City 0

Tri-City Mitchell, cf Velazquez, ss Rike, rf Holcomb, 3b Cuadrado, 1b Clark, lf Lapin, lf Banda, dh Davis, c Pacheco, 2b

Totals

000 300

010 00x

AB 4 2 4 4 2 3 0 2 3 3

R 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

27 3 R 2 3

H 5 7

H 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

7

2 E 2 0

Salem-Keizer AB Jordan, cf 4 Bond, 2b 2 Downs, 1b 5 D’Alessio, dh 4 Rothford, ph-dh 1 Baker, lf 4 Davis, 3b 4 VanElderen, rf 3 Edwards, ph-rf 1 Williams, c 4 Schoop, ss 4 Totals 36 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Tri-City

R 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 10

H 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 9

BI 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 9

000 000

Tri-City Mitchell, cf Velazquez, ss Rike, rf Holcomb, 3b Cuadrado, 1b Banda, dh Lapin, lf Bell, c Pacheco, 2b

AB 4 4 4 4 2 3 3 3 3

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

30 0

4

0

181 000

000 000

R 10 0

H 9 4

E 0 3

E-Coffey, Velazquez, Lapin. DP-Salem-Keizer 1; Tri-City 1. LOBSalem-Keizer 7; Tri-City 4.

E-Bond 2. DP-Salem-Keizer 3; Tri-City 2. LOB: Salem-Keizer 7; Tri-City 6. 2B-D’Alessio, Rike. SB-Davis, Mitchell.

2B-Downs, Holcomb. 3B-D’Alessio, Rike. HR-VanElderen (1). CS-Davis.

Salem-Keizer Brewer (L, 0-1) Edlefsen Mixon Tri-City Fabian (W, 1-0) Reynolds Pena Chambliss (S, 1)

Salem-Keizer Cranston (W, 1-0) Egart Tri-City Graham (L, 0-1) Coffey Arnold Lindsay Groves Arias

IP 3.2 3.1 1.0 IP 7.1 0.2 0.0 1.0

H 5 1 1 H 4 1 0 0

R 3 0 0 R 2 0 0 0

ER 2 0 0 ER 2 0 0 0

BB 2 1 1 BB 3 0 2 1

SO 1 2 1 SO 4 1 0 2

AB 13 10 4 AB 24 3 0 3

BF 17 11 5 BF 27 3 2 4

WP-Fabian 2. HBP-Cuadrado (by Brewer). Umpires: Blakeny, Flynn, Dormaier, Hutchings. Time: 2:34 Attendance: 688. How they Scored: Volcanoes 1st – Jordan flies to right. Bond strikes out. Downs singles. D’Alessio doubles to center, scoring Downs. Baker hits pop foul to 1st.

IP 7.0 2.0 IP 4.1 0.0 0.2 1.0 2.0 1.0

H 3 1 H 2 2 3 1 1 0

R 0 0 R 2 5 2 1 0 0

ER 0 0 ER 2 4 2 1 0 0

BB 1 0 BB 4 2 0 1 0 1

SO 10 2 SO 4 0 1 1 1 0

AB 23 7 AB 14 3 5 3 8 3

BF 24 7 BF 18 5 5 4 8 0

WP-Graham, Lindsay 2. PB-Bell. Umpires: Flynn, Dormaier, Hutchings, Blakeny. Time: 2:53 Attendance: 1247. How they Scored: Volcanoes 4th – D’Alessio triples to left. Baker strikes out. Davis singles to left, scoring D’Alessio. VanElderen grounds out to 3rd.

VOLCANOES 1, Tri-City 0.

VOLCANOES 1, Tri-City 0.

Tri-City 4th – Holcomb singles to center. Cuadrado is hit by a pitch. Clark sacrifices the runners to 2nd and 3rd. Banda strikes out. Davis singles to center scoring Holcomb and Cuadrado. Edlefsen now pitching. Davis steals second. Pacheco is safe on fielding error by Bond with Davis scoring from 2nd on the play. Pacheco starts for 2nd on Bond’s throw home. He is thrown out trying to return to 1st.

Volcanoes 5th – Williams walks. Schoop grounds to short with Williams forced at 2nd. Coffey replaces Graham. Jordan singles to center; Schoop to 2nd. Bond walks to load the bases. Downs doubles to the left field fence driving in Schoop, Jordan and Bond. D’Alessio reaches 1st on an error by Coffey; Downs remains at 2nd. Baker walks. Arnold replaces Coffey. Davis singles to right, scoring Downs. VanElderen lines a grand slam home run over the center field fence. Williams flies to left. Schoop singles to left. Jordan strikes out.

Tri-City 3, VOLCANOES 1. Volcanoes 8th – Williams walks. Schoop grounds to 3rd with Williams moving to 2nd. Reynolds replaces Fabian. Jordan strikes out. Bond singles to center, scoring Williams. Downs flies to right. Tri-City 3, VOLCANOES 2.

VOLCANOES 9, Tri-City 0. Volcanoes 6th – Lindsay now pitching. Bond walks and advances to 2nd on a wild pitch. Downs strikes out. D’Alessio singles to right with Bond moving to 3rd. Bond scores on a wild pitch; D’Alessio moves to second on the play. Baker pops out to Cuadrado who doubles D’Alessio off 2nd. VOLCANOES 10, Tri-City 0.

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2007 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 3 • September 8, 2007 @ Salem-Keizer

Game 4 • September 9, 2007 @ Salem-Keizer

Salem-Keizer 2, Tri-City 0 Tri-City AB R Mitchell, cf 4 0 Velazquez, ss 4 0 Rike, rf 4 0 Holcomb, 3b 4 0 Cuadrado, 1b 3 0 Clark, lf 3 0 Davis, c 2 0 Pacheco, 2b 2 0 Banda, dh 2 0 Aguailar, ph-dh 1 0

H 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

3

0

29 0

Score by innings: Tri-City Salem-Keizer

000 000

Salem-Keizer 4, Tri-City 2

Salem-Keizer AB Jordan, cf 2 Bond, 2b 2 Downs, 1b 4 D’Alessio, dh 4 Baker, lf 4 Davis, 3b 3 LaTorre, c 1 Flores, ph 1 Williams, c 0 Schoop, ss 2 Edwards, rf 2 VanElderen, ph-rf 1 Totals 26

000 002

000 00x

R 0 2

R 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

H 3 7

H 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 7

BI 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 E 0 0

E-None. DP-Tri-City 3; Salem-Keizer 1. LOB-Tri-City 4; SalemKeizer 6. 2B-Holcomb, Schoop. Sac-Schoop, Bond. CS-Bond. Tri-City Billings (L, 0-1) Rodriguez Salem-Keizer Joaquin (W, 1-0) Paterson Turpen Otero (S, 1)

IP 5.1 2.2 IP 6.0 1.1 0.2 1.0

H 4 3 H 2 1 0 0

R 2 0 R 0 0 0 0

ER 2 0 ER 0 0 0 0

BB 3 1 BB 1 0 1 0

SO 4 5 SO 7 4 0 0

AB 16 10 AB 19 5 2 3

BF 21 11 BF 20 5 3 3

WP-Rodriguez, Joaquin. Umpires: Dormaier, Hutchings, Blakeny, Flynn. Time: 2:18 Attendance: 1380. How they Scored: Volcanoes 6th – Jordan walks. Bond flies to center. Downs reaches on an infield single; Jordan to 2nd. Rodriguez replaces Billings. D’Alessio strikes out. Jordan moves to 3rd on a wild pitch; Downs remains at 1st. Baker singles to right, scoring Jordan and sending Downs to 3rd. Davis singles to center scoring Downs and moving Davis to 2nd. Pinch-hitter Flores strikes out. VOLCANOES 2, Tri-City 0.

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Tri-City Velazquez, ss Pacheco, 2b Rike, rf Holcomb, 3b Cuadrado, 1b Clark, dh Lapin, lf Davis, c Mitchell, cf Totals

AB 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 3 3 32

Score by innings: Tri-City Salem-Keizer

R 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2

H 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 6

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

000 110

Salem-Keizer AB R Jordan, cf 4 0 Bond, 2b 4 2 Downs, 1b 2 0 D’Alessio, dh 3 0 Baker, lf 4 0 Davis, 3b 4 1 VanElderen, rf 3 0 Williams, c 2 0 Schoop, ss 3 1 Totals 29 4

020 110

000 00x

R 2 4

H 6 8

H 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 8

BI 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 E 1 0

E-Holcomb. DP-Tri-City 1. LOB-Tri-City 4; Salem-Keizer 6. 2B-Lapin, VanElderen, Davis. 3B-Bond. Sac-Lapin, Williams, VanElderen, Downs. SB-Downs, Baker. Riordan (L, 0-1) Reynolds Odle (W, 1-0) Edlefsen Otero (S, 2)

IP 6.2 1.1 IP 5.0 3.0 1.0

H 8 0 H 4 1 1

R 4 0 R 2 0 0

ER 3 0 ER 2 0 0

BB 1 0 BB 0 0 0

SO 2 1 SO 4 3 1

AB 25 4 AB 18 10 4

BF 30 4 BF 19 10 4

WP-Riordan. HBP-Downs (by Riordan). Umpires: Hutchings, Blakeny, Flynn, Dormaier. Time: 1:58 Attendance: 1442. How they Scored: Volcanoes 1st – Jordan grounds out to 1st. Bond triples to right. Downs reaches 2nd on Holcomb’s two-base error; Bond scores on the play. D’Alessio walks. Baker hits a pop foul to 1st. Davis lines to short. VOLCANOES 1, Tri-City 0. Volcanoes 2nd – VanElderen doubles to left. Williams sacrifices VanElderen to 3rd. Schoop hits a ground ball to the pitcher who catches VanElderen off 3rd and throws him out. Schoop moves to 2nd on the fielder’s choice. Jordan singles to center, scoring Schoop. Bond pops out to left. VOLCANOES 2, Tri-City 0. Volcanoes 3rd – Davis doubles to right. VanElderen sacrifices Davis to 3rd. Williams strikes out. Schoop’s infield single scores Davis. Jordan grounds to 1st. VOLCANOES 3, Tri-City 0. Tri-City 5th – Cuadrado singles to center. Clark singles to center; Cuadrado advances to 2nd. Lapin sacrifices the runners to 2nd and 3rd. Davis grounds out to 2nd with Cuadrado scoring and Clark advancing to 3rd. Mitchell singles to left, scoring Clark. Velazquez strikes out. VOLCANOES 3, Tri-City 2. Volcanoes 5th – Bond singles to right. Downs sacrifices Bond to 2nd. D’Alessio grounds to 2nd with Bond moving to 3rd. Bond scores on a wild pitch. Baker has an infield single. Baker steals second. Davis flies to left. VOLCANOES 4, Tri-City 2.

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2007 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Baker, Garrett Bond, Brock D’Alessio, Andy Davis, Andrew Downs, Matt Edwards, Bruce Flores, Jose Jordan, Shane LaTorre, Tyler Rothford, Chad Schoop, Sharlon VanElderen, Sean Williams, Jackson Totals

AVG .143 .250 .286 .357 .357 .000 .000 .214 .000 .000 .250 .400 .000 .240

G 4 4 4 4 4 3 2 4 2 2 4 4 4 4

AB 14 12 14 14 14 3 2 14 2 2 12 10 8 121

R 1 4 2 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 18

H 2 3 4 5 5 0 0 3 0 0 3 4 0 29

2B 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6

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

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

RBI 1 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 15

BB 3 4 2 2 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 2 19

SO 5 1 3 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 3 2 1 26

SB 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

CS 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

OBP .294 .438 .375 .438 .438 .000 .000 .353 .000 .000 .250 .455 .200 .348

SLG .143 .417 .500 .429 .429 .000 .000 .214 .000 .000 .333 .900 .000 .347

VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WP

Brewer, T. J. Cranston, Jared Edlefsen, Steve Egart, Tim Joaquin, Waldis Mixon, David Odle, Oliver Otero, Danny Paterson, Joe Turpen, Daniel Totals

0–1 1–0 0–0 0–0 1–0 0–0 1–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 3–1

4.91 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.60 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.03

1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 4

1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2

3.2 7.0 6.1 2.0 6.0 1.0 5.0 2.0 1.1 0.2 35.0

5 3 2 1 2 1 4 1 0 0 20

3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 5

2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 7

1 10 5 2 7 1 4 1 4 0 35

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

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OPP AVG .385 .130 .100 .143 .105 .250 .222 .143 .200 .000 .169

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2006 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 1 • September 7, 2006 at Boise

Game 2 • September 8, 2006 at Boise

Boise 5, Salem-Keizer 1

Salem-Keizer 5, Boise 0

Salem-Keizer AB R Burriss, ss 4 0 Todd, dh 2 0 Weston, rf 4 0 Rohlinger, 3b 4 0 Felmy, lf 3 0 Pill, 1b 4 0 Witter, c 3 0 McBryde, cf 2 0 Boyer, 2b 3 1 Totals 29 1 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Boise

H 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 3

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

000 100

Boise Camp, cf Matulia, ss Colvin, lf Canzler, 1b Joseph, rf Lansford, 3b Clevenger, 2b Lewis, DH Canepa, c Totals

000 201

010 01x

AB 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 34

R 1 5

R 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 5

H 0 1 3 3 0 1 2 0 0 10

H 3 10

BI 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 E 3 0

E-Pill, Felmy, Burriss, Matulia. DP-Salem-Keizer 1; Boise 1. LOB-Salem-Keizer 6; Boise 7. 2B-Matulia, Lansford, Canzler, Clevenger. HR-Canzler (1). SB-Pill. CS-Colvin 2. Calicutt (L, 0-1) Tanner Paul, A. Pawelek (W, 1-0) Papelbon (S, 1)

IP 4.0 3.0 1.0 IP 6.2 2.1

H 6 2 2 H 3 2

R 3 1 1 R 0 1

ER 3 1 1 ER 0 0

BB 0 1 1 BB 3 1

SO 2 1 0 SO 3 2

AB 17 11 5 AB 21 8

BF 17 12 6 BF 25 9

HBP-McBryde (by Pawelek). PB-Canepa. Umpires: Gutierrez, Mahoney, Trauter, Wolcott. Time: 2:13 Attendance: 1160 How they Scored: Boise 1st-Camp struck out. Matulia doubles and moves to 3rd on Colvin’s infield single. Colvin is picked off 1st and Matulia scores during the rundown. Canzler strikes out. Boise 1, VOLCANOES 0 Boise 4th-Colvin singles and is picked off 1st. Canzler homers to left. Joseph grounds out. Lansford doubles. Clevenger singles, scoring Lansford. Lewis flies to left. Boise 3, VOLCANOES 0 Boise 6th-Tanner pitching. Colvin singles. Canzler doubles to left with Colvin scoring on Felmy’s error. Joseph lines out to 2nd. Lansford flies to center. Clevenger strikes out but reaches 1st on a wild pitch. Canzler moves to 3rd on the play. Lewis’ ground ball forces Clevenger at 2nd.

Salem-Keizer AB R Burriss, ss 5 0 Todd, dh 3 2 Felmy, lf 4 2 Rohlinger, 3b 4 0 Weston, rf 3 0 Graham, rf 0 0 Witter, c 4 0 Pill, 1b 4 0 Boyer, 2b 4 1 McBryde, cf 4 0 Totals 35 5 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Boise

H 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 9

BI 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

210 000

Boise Camp, cf Matulia, ss Colvin, lf Canzler, 1b Joseph, rf Lansford, 3b Clevenger, 2b Lewis, dh Mercedes, c

AB 4 4 4 2 3 3 3 3 3

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

29 0

3

0

020 000

000 000

R 5 0

H 9 3

E 0 0

E-None. LOB-Salem-Keizer 6; Boise 3. 2B-Felmy, Rohlinger, Boyer, Colvin. 3B-Burriss. HR-Felmy (1). SB-Burriss, Colvin. Cowart (W, 1-0) Ceda (L, 0-1) Downs Francisco

IP 9.0 IP 4.1 2.2 2.0

H 3 H 7 0 2

R 0 R 5 0 0

ER 0 ER 5 0 0

BB 1 BB 1 1 1

SO 1 SO 3 0 1

AB 29 AB 20 8 7

BF 30 BF 21 9 8

Umpires: Mahoney, Trauter, Wolcott, Gutierrez. Time: 2:28 Attendance: 2016 How they Scored: Volcanoes 1st-Burriss pops out. Todd singles to left. Felmy doubles to right center; Todd to 3rd. Rohlinger doubles to left driving in Todd and Felmy. Weston flies out. Witter pops out. VOLCANOES 2, Boise 0 Volcanoes 2nd-Pill grounds out. Boyer doubles. McBryde strikes out. Burriss singles to center scoring Boyer. Todd grounds out. VOLCANOES 3, Boise 0 Volcanoes 5th-Burriss strikes out. Todd walks. Felmy homers over the center field fence. Rohlinger flies out. Weston grounds out. VOLCANOES 5, Boise 0

Boise 4, VOLCANOES 0 Volcanoes 8th-Papelbon pitching. Boyer strikes out but reaches 1st on a wild pitch. Burriss reaches 1st on Matulia’s error; Boyer to 2nd. Todd walks. Boyer scores as Weston grounds into a 463 double play. Rohlinger flies out. Boise 4, VOLCANOES 1 Boise 8th-A. Paul pitching. Canzler reaches 1st on an infield single. Joseph pops out to the catcher while trying to bunt. Lansford grounds out; Canzler to 2nd. Clevenger doubles to left, driving in Canzler. Lewis is given an intentional walk. Canepa pops out. Boise 5, VOLCANOES 1

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2006 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 3 • September 9, 2006 at Salem-Keizer

Game 4 • September 10, 2006 at Salem-Keizer

Salem-Keizer 2, Boise 1 (11 inn.)

Salem-Keizer 6, Boise 4

Boise Camp, cf Matulia, ss Colvin, lf Canzler, 1b Joseph, rf Lansford, 3b Clevenger, 2b Lewis, dh Canepa, c Rosario, pr Mercedes, c Totals

AB 4 3 5 5 4 5 3 4 3 0 0 36

Score by innings: Boise Salem-Keizer

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

H 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5

000 100

BI 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Salem-Keizer AB R H Burriss, ss 5 1 2 Todd, dh 3 0 0 Felmy, rf 4 0 1 Rohlinger, 3b 5 0 1 Weston, lf 4 0 1 Graham, lf 1 0 0 Witter, c 4 0 1 Rojas, c 1 1 1 Pill, 1b 5 0 0 Boyer, 2b 4 0 3 McBryde, cf 4 0 0 Totals 40 2 10

010 000

000 000

00 01

R 1 2

H 5 10

BI 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 E 1 1

E-Clevenger, Burriss. DP-Boise 1. LOB-Boise 8; Salem-Keizer 10. 2B-Boyer. Sac-Camp, Todd. SB-Camp, Matulia 2, Joseph, Burriss 3, Felmy. Muldowney Ruhlman Roquet (L, 0-1) Odom Oseguera Newton Rodriguez Trinidad (W, 1-0)

IP 5.0 4.1 1.1 IP 4.2 3.1 1.2 0.1 1.0

H 5 3 2 H 4 0 1 0 0

R 1 0 1 R 1 0 0 0 0

ER 1 0 1 ER 0 0 0 0 0

BB 2 0 1 BB 1 0 1 0 0

SO 3 4 1 SO 1 7 3 1 2

AB 19 15 6 AB 18 9 5 1 3

BF 22 15 7 BF 20 10 8 1 3

WP-Muldowney, Roquet, Odom 2, Oseguera, Newton. HBPJoseph (by Odom), Matulia (by Oseguera), Canepa (by Newton). Umpires: Trauter, Wolcott, Gutierrez, Mahoney. Time: 3:23 Attendance: 1693 How they Scored: Volcanoes 1st-Burriss beats out an infield single and steals 2nd. Todd sacrifices Burriss to 3rd. Felmy grounds to 2nd with Burriss scoring. Rohlinger strikes out. VOLCANOES 1, Boise 0 Boise 5th-Clevenger singles. Lewis reaches on a fielder’s choice with Clevenger advancing to 3rd on Burriss’ error. Lewis is thrown out trying to advance to 2nd on the play. Canepa grounds out. Camp singles to right scoring Clevenger. Matulia walks. Oseguera replaces Odom. Colvin fans. VOLCANOES 1, Boise 1 Volcanoes 11th-Roquet pitching. Graham strikes out. Rojas singles to right. Pill flies to left. Boyer doubles to left with Rojas advancing to 3rd. Roquet’s wild pitch on a 1-2 count scores Rojas. VOLCANOES 2, Boise 1

Boise Camp, cf Matulia, ss Colvin, lf Canzler, 1b Joseph, rf Lansford, 3b Clevenger, 2b Lewis, dh Mercedes, c

AB 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 4

Totals

37 4 13 4

Score by innings: Boise Salem-Keizer

R 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

H 2 2 2 2 1 2 0 1 1

BI 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0

000 112

Salem-Keizer AB R Burriss, ss 5 2 Todd, dh 2 0 Felmy, rf 4 0 Rohlinger, 3b 2 1 Witter, c 4 1 Rojas, c 0 0 Weston, lf 4 0 Graham, lf 0 0 Pill, 1b 3 1 Boyer, 2b 4 0 McBryde, cf 3 1 Totals 31 6

000 200

040 00x

R 4 6

H 13 7

H 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 7

BI 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 4

E 2 1

E-Camp, Clevenger, Pill. DP-Salem-Keizer 2. LOB-Boise 7, Salem-Keizer 7. 2B-Lewis, Witter. HR-Pill (1). Sac-Todd 2. SBMatulia. Renshaw (L, 0-1) Maestri Clipp Pucetas (W, 1-0) Lussier Paul, A. Trinidad (S, 1)

IP 3.0 3.0 2.0 IP 6.0 1.2 0.1 1.0

H 5 2 0 H 5 6 1 1

R 4 2 0 R 0 4 0 0

ER 3 0 0 ER 0 0 0 0

BB 3 0 0 BB 0 1 0 0

SO 4 4 2 SO 4 1 0 1

AB 13 12 6 AB 21 10 2 4

BF 17 14 6 BF 21 11 2 4

WP-Maestri. HBP-McBryde (by Maestri). PB-Mercedes. Umpires: Wolcott, Gutierrez, Mahoney, Trauter. Time: 2:24 Attendance: 1567 How they Scored: Volcanoes 1st-Burriss singles to center and advances to 2nd on Camp’s error. Todd sacrifices Burriss to 3rd. Felmy strikes out. Rohlinger walks. Witter singles to right scoring Burriss, Rohlinger to 2nd. Weston grounds out. VOLCANOES 1, Boise 0 Volcanoes 2nd-Pill homers over the left centerfield fence. Boyer strikes out. McBryde strikes out. Burriss flies out. VOLCANOES 2, Boise 0 Volcanoes 3rd-Todd grounds out. Felmy strikes out. Rohlinger walks. Witter doubles to deep right scoring Rohlinger from 1st. Witter moves to 3rd on a passed ball. Weston singles to center scoring Witter. Pill walks. Boyer grounds out. VOLCANOES 4, Boise 0 Volcanoes 4th-Maestri now pitching. McBryde strikes out but reaches 1st on a wild pitch. Burriss has a bunt single; McBryde to 2nd. Todd sacrifices and advances to 3rd when Clevenger fails to catch the throw to 1st. McBryde and Burriss score on the play. Felmy grounds out. Rohlinger grounds out. Witter strikes out. VOLCANOES 6, Boise 0 Boise 8th-Lussier pitching. Pill drops Lewis’ foul pop fly between home and 1st. Lewis then walks. Mercedes flies out. Camp singles; Lewis moves to 2nd. Matulia flies out. Colvin beats out a slow roller to 1st loading the bases. Canzler singles to left driving in Lewis and Camp. Colvin advances to 3rd. Joseph singles to right scoring Canzler. A. Paul replaces Lussier. Lansford singles driving in Canzler; Joseph to 2nd. Clevenger drives the ball to deep left centerfield where McBryde makes a spectacular diving catch to end the inning. VOLCANOES 6, Boise 4

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2006 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER AVG Boyer, Brad .400 Burriss, Emmanuel .316 Felmy, Bobby .200 Graham, Tyler .000 McBryde, Mike .000 Pill, Brett .188 Rohlinger, Ryan .133 Rojas, Nestor 1.000 Todd, Chris .200 Weston, Matt .200 Witter, Adam .200 Totals .215

G 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 4

AB 15 19 15 1 13 16 15 1 10 15 15 135

R 2 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 14

H 6 6 3 0 0 3 2 1 2 3 3 29

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

3B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

HR 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

RBI 0 1 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 10

BB 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 5 1 1 13

SO 3 2 4 1 7 3 2 0 0 2 3 27

SB 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6

CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OBP SLG .438 .533 .316 .421 .294 .467 .000 .000 .133 .000 .235 .375 .235 .200 1.000 1.000 .467 .200 .250 .200 .250 .267 .293 .311

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G

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WP

Calicutt, Steven Cowart, Adam Lussier, Buster Newton, David Odom, John Oseguera, Paul Paul, Adam Pucetas, Kevin Rodriguez, Wilmin Tanner, Clayton Trinidad, Juan Totals

0–1 1–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 1–0 0–0 0–0 1–0 3–1

6.75 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 6.75 0.00 0.00 3.00 0.00 1.22

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 4

1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

4.0 9.0 1.2 1.2 4.2 3.1 1.1 6.0 0.1 3.0 2.0 37.0

6 3 6 1 4 0 3 5 0 2 1 31

3 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 10

3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 6

2 1 1 3 1 7 0 4 1 1 3 24

0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 5

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2003 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 1 • September 5, 2003 at Salem-Keizer

Spokane 10, Salem-Keizer 0 Score by innings: Spokane Salem-Keizer

200 000

133 000

R 10 0

010 000

H 11 5

E 1 0

Spokane: Wes Littleton (WP, 1-0), Joel Kirsten (7), Craig Frydendall (8), Nick Devenney (9) and Kevin Richardson. S-K: Jesse Floyd (LP, 0-1), Anthony Moreno (6), Jose Sanchez (7), Jesus Reina (8) and Todd Jennings. E – Fox. LOB - Spokane 7; S-K 3. 2B – Kinsler (1), Richardson (1), Kreuzer (1). HR – Cleveland (1), Richardson (1). HBP – Kreuzer, Jennings. SB – Coutlangus. Umpires: Davidson (H), Monaco (1), Stureman (2), Blaser (3). Time: 2:39. Attendance: 1,405.

Game 2 • September 6, 2003 at Salem-Keizer

Spokane 6, Salem-Keizer 4 (10 innings) Score by innings: Spokane Salem-Keizer

000 020

010 000

021 002

R 6 4

2 0

H 8 6

E 0 4

Spokane: Matt Lorenzo, Joel Kirsten (6), Rob Corrado (6), Justin Thompson (7), Dave Mazurek (9) (WP, 1-0), Joldy Watts (10) Sv 1 and Richardson. S-K: Pat Misch, Jeff Petersen (8), Mike Kunes (9), Mike Musgrave (9) (LP, 0-1), Andrew Jefferson (10) and Jennings, Francisco D’Jesus (10). E – Jennings, Hutting 3. DP – S-K 1. LOB – Spokane 11; S-K 5. 2B – Wishy (1), Kreuzer (2), Schmidt (1), Ishikawa (1). HR – Fox (1). HBP – Wishy. SH – Kinsler, Alexander, Schmidt. SB – Kinsler. Umpires: Monaco (H), Stureman (1), Dixon (2), Davidson (3). Time: 3:28. Attendance: 1,642.

Game 3 • September 9, 2003 at Spokane

Spokane (3-0) 11, Salem-Keizer (0-3) 4 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Spokane

101 103

020 016

0 x

R 4 11

H 10 11

E 3 0

Salem-Keizer: Ben Thurmond (LP, 0-1), Jeff Petersen (5), Andrew Jefferson (6) and Jon Williams. Spokane: Matt Farnum (WP, 1-0), Joldy Watts (6), Joel Kirsten (6) and Kevin Richardson. E – Hutting, Petersen 2. DP – S-K 2. LOB – S-K 7, Spokane 4. 2B – Schmidt (2), Ishikawa (2), Cleveland (1), Wishy (2). HR – Richardson (2). HBP – Wishy 2. SF – Schmidt, Cleveland. SB – Coutlangus, Kinsler. CS – Hornostaj. Umpires: Stureman (H), Blaser (1), Davidson (2), Monaco (3). Time: 2:25. Attendance: 2,406.

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2003 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Barrows, Derek Boyer, Brett Ciesluk, Chris Coutlangus, Jon D’Jesus, Francisco Garrido, Tomas Hornostaj, Aaron Hutting, Tim Ishikawa, Travis Jennings, Todd Schmidt, Jesse Vericker, Brad Wagner, Mike Williams, Jon TOTALS

AVG .000 .333 .000 .273 .000 .200 .250 .200 .200 .000 .556 .091 .000 .286 .216

G 1 2 1 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 3 3

AB 1 3 1 11 2 10 12 10 10 7 9 11 3 7 97

R 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 8

H 0 1 0 3 0 2 3 2 2 0 5 1 0 2 21

2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 8

BB 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 8

SO 0 1 0 2 0 1 3 1 4 3 1 6 0 1 23

SB 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

OBP .000 .500 .000 .385 .000 .200 .308 .200 .333 .000 .556 .167 .000 .375 .276

SLG .000 .333 .000 .273 .000 .200 .250 .200 .400 .000 .778 .091 .000 .286 .258

VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER

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G

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WP

Floyd, Jesse Jefferson, Andrew Kunes, Mike Misch, Pat Moreno, Anthony Musgrave, Mike Petersen, Jeff Sanchez, Jose Thurmond, Ben TOTALS

0–1 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–1 0–0 0–0 0–1 0–3

10.80 0.00 0.00 1.29 27.00 54.00 10.80 3.00 7.71 6.84

1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5.0 2.0 0.1 7.0 1.0 0.1 1.2 3.0 4.2 25.0

7 2 0 3 3 0 6 1 8 30

6 2 0 1 3 2 7 1 5 27

6 0 0 1 3 2 2 1 4 19

2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 4

2 0 0 3 1 2 2 2 1 13

3 2 1 7 1 1 1 5 5 26

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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2001 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 1 • September 6, 2001 at Boise

Game 2 • September 7, 2001 at Boise

Salem-Keizer 5, Boise 0

Salem-Keizer 5, Boise 0

Salem-Keizer AB R Holst, lf 4 0 McMains, 2b 4 2 Benavidez, 3b 3 1 Von Schell, 1b 4 0 Meyer, lf 4 1 Williams, dh 3 1 Anderson, c 3 0 Carter, rf 4 0 Miranda, ss 4 0

H 0 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 0

BI 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0

Totals

8

5

33 5

Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Boise

400 000

Boise Anderson, dh Arteaga, ss Johnson, rf Bouras, 1b Slavik, 3b Cash, lf Navarro, 2b Mejia, c Bacon, cf Servais, ph Banks, cf Totals

010 000

000 000

AB 4 3 4 3 4 4 3 3 2 1 0 31

R 5 0

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 8 4

E 0 1

E-Sanchez. DP-None. LOB – Salem-Keizer 4; Boise 6. 2B-McMains, Arteaga, Bouras. Sac-Anderson (B). SBMcMains. Foppert (W, 1-0) Benjamin (S, 1) Sanchez (L, 0-1) Carlsen Ferrera

IP 6.0 3.0 IP 5.0 3.0 1.0

H 3 1 H 7 0 1

R 0 0 R 5 0 0

ER 0 0 ER 4 0 0

BB 2 0 BB 2 0 0

SO 12 2 SO 7 4 1

AB 21 10 AB 20 9 4

BF 23 10 BF 23 9 4

WP-Sanchez. Umpires: Griffith, Latter, Maiden and Edwards. Time: 2:20 Attendance: 1576 How they Scored: Volcanoes 1st – Holst strikes out. McMains singles and steals 2nd. Benavidez walks. Von Schell strikes out. Meyer singles to left driving in McMains; Benavidez moves to third and Meyer to second on the throw home. Williams gets an infield single between first and second, scoring both Benavidez and Meyer. On the play, Williams moves to 2nd on Sanchez’s error. Anderson’s single to left scores Williams. Anderson is thrown out trying to advance to 2nd on the play.

Salem-Keizer AB R Holst, cf 4 1 McMains, 2b 5 1 Benavidez, 3b 4 1 Williams, dh 5 1 Von Schell, 1b 4 0 Meyer, lf 3 1 Carter, rf 4 0 Turco, c 2 0 Miranda, ss 4 0 Totals 35 5 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Boise

H 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 7

BI 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 4

100 000

Boise Anderson, dh Arteaga, ss Johnson, rf Bouras, 1b Cash, lf Slavik, 3b Thor.-Murray, 2b Hanna, c Bacon, cf Totals

100 000

300 000

AB 4 4 3 3 3 4 2 2 3 28

R 5 0

R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 7 3

H 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

BI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E 0 3

E-Arteaga, Bouras, Bacon. DP-Boise 1. LOB-Salem-Keizer 9; Boise 6. 2B-Benavidez 2, Von Schell, Johnson. HR-Williams (1). CS-Johnson. Pannone (W, 1-0) Knoedler Montes Meaux Guzman (L, 0-1) Benik Carter Ellis

IP 6.0 0.2 1.1 1.0 IP 6.0 0.2 1.1 1.0

H 3 0 0 0 H 3 3 0 1

R 0 0 0 0 R 2 3 0 0

ER 0 0 0 0 ER 0 3 0 0

BB 2 3 0 0 BB 3 1 1 0

SO 3 1 1 2 SO 3 0 1 1

AB 19 2 4 3 AB 23 5 3 4

BF 21 5 4 3 BF 27 6 4 4

WP-Knoedler. HBP-by Guzman (Holst). Umpires: Latter, Maiden, Edwards and Griffith. Time: 2.39 Attendance: 2251 How they Scored: Volcanoes 1st – Holst is hit by the first pitch of the game. McMains is safe on Bouras error at 1st, Holst advances to 2nd. Benavidez lines out. Williams bad-hop single to left scores Holst; McMains moves to 2nd. Von Schell pops to short. Meyer flies to right. VOLCANOES 1, Boise 0

Volcanoes 5th – Holst strikes out. McMains doubles into the left field corner. McMains advances to 3rd on a wild pitch. Benavidez grounds out to third. Von Schell singles to left to drive in McMains. Meyer flies to right.

Volcanoes 4th – Meyer walks. Carter flies to left. Turco’s fly to shallow center is dropped by Bacon with Meyer moving to 2nd. Miranda grounds into a force play at second. Meyer advances to 3rd on the force and scores when Arteaga, trying to complete the double play, throws low past Bouras at 1B. Holst grounds to short.

VOLCANOES 5, Boise 0

VOLCANOES 2, Boise 0

VOLCANOES 4, Boise 0

Volcanoes 7th – Benik now pitching. Holst grounds out to short. McMains singles to right. Benavidez doubles off the center field fence scoring McMains. Williams crushes a towering home run to right. Von Schell walks. Meyer forces Von Schell at 2nd. M. Carter replaces Benik. B. Carter strikes out. VOLCANOES 5, Boise 0.

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2001 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 3 • September 8, 2001 at Salem-Keizer

How they Scored:

Salem-Keizer 7, Boise 5

Boise 1st – Anderson reached on an infield single. Arteaga sacrificed Anderson to 2nd. Anderson scored on Bouras fly ball to LF. Cash grounded out.

Boise Anderson, lf Arteaga, ss Johnson, rf Bouras, dh Cash, cf Slavik, 3b Lawler, 1b Hanna, c Navarro, 2b

AB 4 4 4 5 3 4 3 4 4

R 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

H 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1

BI 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

35 5

8

4

Score by innings: Boise Salem-Keizer

101 040

Salem-Keizer AB R H McMains, 2b 5 0 1 Huntingford, cf 3 0 0 Holst, ph/cf 2 0 0 Benavidez, 3b 2 1 0 Willliams, dh 3 2 3 Von Schell, 1b 4 1 1 Meyer, lf 4 1 1 Anderson, c 2 0 1 Carter, rf 4 1 1 Miranda, ss 4 1 2 Totals 33 7 10

020 000

001 30x

R 5 7

H 8 10

BI 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 7 E 1 3

E-Arteaga, Huntingford, Benavidez, Miranda. DP-Boise 1. LOBBoise 8; Salem-Keizer 7. 2B-Anderson (B), Johnson 2, Hanna, McMains. HR-Von Schell (1), Meyer (1). Sac-Arteaga, Anderson (S-K). SF-Johnson. Mitre Pignatiello (L, 0-1) Ferrera Hennessey Hixson Cram (W, 1-0) Hutchison (S, 1)

IP 4.1 2.2 1.0 IP 4.0 2.0 2.0 1.0

H 6 4 0 H 4 2 0 2

R 4 3 0 R 2 2 0 1

ER 4 3 0 ER 2 0 0 1

BB 0 1 0 BB 2 1 0 0

SO 2 1 0 SO 4 2 1 1

AB 18 12 3 AB 14 10 6 5

BF 21 14 3 BF 18 11 6 5

HBP-by Mitre (Anderson, Benavidez), by Pignatiello (Benavidez). BK-Hennessey. PB-Anderson. Umpires: Maiden, Edwards, Griffith and Latter. Time: 2.44 Attendance: 3028

Boise 1, VOLCANOES 0 Volcanoes 2nd – Williams singled to right. Von Schell hits a tworun homer past the scoreboard in left center. Meyer grounds to third. Anderson is hit by a pitch. Carter hits a fly ball that drops in shallow left, reaching safely when Anderson is forced at 2nd. Miranda singles to right, Carter to 2nd. McMains doubles to the left field wall driving in both Carter and Miranda. Huntingford strikes out. VOLCANOES 4, Boise 1 Boise 3rd – Anderson doubles into the right field corner. Anderson to 3rd on Hennessey’s balk. Arteaga grounds out. Johnson strikes out. Bouras singles to left scoring Anderson. Cash walks. Slavik strikes out. VOLCANOES 4, Boise 2 Boise 5th – Hixson now pitching. Anderson grounds out. Arteaga safe on error by Benavidez. Johnson doubles to right center, scoring Arteaga, and moves to 3rd on Huntingford’s error. Bouras strikes out. Cash reaches safely on Miranda’s error; Johnson scores from 3rd. Slavik strikes out. VOLCANOES 4, Boise 4 VOLCANOES 7th – Pignatiello now pitching. Benavidez hit by pitch. Williams walks. Von Schell pops out to shallow left. Meyer hits a towering drive over the left field wall, scoring Benavidez and Williams. Anderson lines out. Carter flies to left. VOLCANOES 7, Boise 4 Boise 9th – Hutchison now pitching. Navarro singles to left. Anderson forces Navarro at 2nd. Arteaga strike out. Johnson doubles against the left field fence scoring Anderson. Bouras grounds to third to end the game. VOLCANOES 7, Boise 5

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2001 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Anderson, Keith Benavidez, Julian Carter, Bryan Holst, Micah Huntingford, Matt McMains, Derin Meyer, Rob Miranda, Mikey Turco, Anthony Von Schell, Tyler Williams, Jon Totals

AVG. .400 .222 .167 .000 .000 .357 .182 .250 .000 .250 .545 .248

G 2 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 3 3 3

AB 5 9 12 10 3 14 11 12 2 12 11 101

R 0 3 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 1 4 17

H 2 2 2 0 0 5 2 3 0 3 6 25

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

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 3

RBI 1 1 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 3 5 16

BB 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 8

SO 1 2 3 3 2 0 3 0 0 4 2 20

SB 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OBP .500 .462 .167 .091 .000 .357 .250 .250 .500 .308 .615 .327

SLG .400 .444 .167 .000 .000 .500 .455 .250 .000 .583 .818 .386

VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER

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GS

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SV

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H

R

ER

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HB

BB

SO

WP

Benjamin, Petersen Cram, Josh Foppert, Jesse Hennessey, Brad Hixson, David Hutchison, Wes Knoedler, Justin Meaux, Ryan Montes, Albert Pannone, Anthony Totals

0–0 1–0 1–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 1–0 3–0

0.00 0.00 0.00 4.50 0.00 9.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

3.0 2.0 6.0 4.0 2.0 1.0 0.2 1.0 1.1 6.0 27.0

1 0 3 4 2 2 0 0 0 3 15

0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 5

0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 2 1 0 3 0 0 2 10

2 1 12 4 2 1 1 2 1 3 29

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

174

OPP AVG .100 .000 .143 .286 .200 .400 .000 .000 .000 .158 .160

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1998 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 1 • September 3, 1998 at Salem-Keizer

How they Scored:

Salem-Keizer 6, Boise 3

Boise 1st – Croud singled to left. Blakely safe on McDowell’s error in CF; Croud to 2nd. Huisman safe on fielder’s choice; Blakely to 2nd, Croud forced at 3rd. Child singles to left, Blakely scores. Christensen strikes out. Mott grounds out. Volcanoes 1st – Magruder singles and steals 2nd. McDowell lines to left. Clark walks. Luster singles to load the bases. Serrano singles to left driving in Magruder and Clark. Summers singles to right scoring Luster; Serrano to 3rd. Dean walks. Mattern’s sacrifice fly to CF scores Serrano. Ransom singles to left; Summers thrown out at the plate trying to score from 2nd.

Boise AB Croud, lf 4 Blakely, cf 3 Huisman, 2b 3 Child, rf 4 Christensen., 3b 4 Mott, dh 4 Hill, J., c 3 Diaz, c 1 Oliver, 1b 4 Hood, ss 3 Totals 33 Score by innings: Boise Salem-Keizer

R 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3

H 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 6

BI 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3

101 400

Salem-Keizer AB R Magruder, rf 5 1 McDowell, cf 5 0 Clark, lf 3 2 Luster, 1b 4 1 Serrano, c 3 1 Summers, 3b 3 0 Hill, S., 3b 0 0 Dean, dh 2 1 Mattern, 2b 2 0 Ransom, ss 2 0 Totals 29 6

000 100

100 10x

R 3 6

H 6 7

H 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 7

BI 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 6 E 2 2

E – Hood, Leach, McDowell, Summers. DP – Salem-Keizer 2. LOB – Boise 7, Salem-Keizer 12. 2B – Magruder, McDowell. HR – Oliver (1). Sac – Ransom. SF – Mattern. SB – Magruder, Clark. Leach (L, 0-1) Williams Suarez Jacobs Ramirez (W, 1-0) Joseph Ozias (S, 1)

IP 3.2 2.1 0.1 1.2 IP 5.0 1.1 2.2

H 6 0 0 1 H 4 1 1

R 5 0 1 0 R 2 1 0

ER 4 0 1 0 ER 1 1 0

BB 4 4 2 0 BB 0 2 0

SO 2 3 1 3 SO 3 1 0

AB 16 6 1 6 AB 20 5 8

BF 22 11 3 6 BF 21 7 9

WP – Williams. HPB – by Ramirez (Blakely), by Leach (Mattern), by Ozias (Huisman). PB – Hill. Umpires: Woods, Van Raaphorst, Praeter and Chandler. Time: 3:33 Attendance: 2601

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VOLCANOES 4, Boise 1 Boise 3rd – Croud grounds out. Blakely is hit by a pitch. Huisman’s bunt single moves Blakely to 2nd. Child flies to right. Christensen singles to right scoring Blakely; Huisman to 2nd. Mott grounds out. VOLCANOES 4, Boise 2 Volcanoes 4th – Magruder grounds out. McDowell strikes out. Clark to 2nd on two-base throwing error by Leach. Luster walks. Leach replaced by Williams. Wild pitch moves Clark to 3rd, Luster to 2nd. Serrano walks to load the bases. Summers walks to force in Clark. Dean flies to right. VOLCANOES 5, Boise 2. Boise 7th – Joseph now pitching. J. Hill flies to right; great catch by Magruder. Oliver homers over the center field fence. Hood walks. Croud walks; Hood to 2nd. Ozias replaces Joseph. Blakely hits into a 643 double play. VOLCANOES 5, Boise 3 Volcanoes 7th – Suarez now pitching. Dean walks; advances to 2nd on passed ball. Mattern strikes out. Ransom walks. Jacobs replaces Suarez. Magruder strikes out. McDowell singles to right scoring Dean from 2nd; Ransom to 3rd. Clark grounds out. VOLCANOES 6, Boise 3

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How they Scored:

Salem-Keizer 14, Boise 5

Volcanoes 1st – Hill flew out. McDowell singled to right and stole second. Clark struck out. Luster walked. Allen hits a three-run home run. Serrano pops out.

Boise Croud, lf/cf Blakely, cf Diaz, pr/lf Huisman, 2b Child, rf Christensen, 3b Mott, dh Oliver, 1b Kelly, 1b Hill, J., c O’Neil, c Hood, ss Totals

AB 3 1 0 4 5 5 5 3 2 3 0 4 35

Score by innings: Boise Salem-Keizer

R 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 5

H 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 9

BI 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4

012 310

Salem-Keizer AB R Hill, S., 2b 5 0 McDowell, cf 4 1 Clark, lf 5 2 Luster, 1b 4 1 Allen, rf 3 3 Serrano, c 4 3 Summers, 3b 5 1 Dean, dh 2 2 Frazier, dh 0 0 Ransom, ss 4 1

H 0 2 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 2

BI 1 1 1 0 3 1 2 1 0 2

Santos (W, 1-0) Connolly Goodrich

IP 4.1 0.2 1.0 2.0 IP 5.0 3.0 1.0

Totals

001 143

H 6 1 2 2 H 6 3 0

Boise 2nd – Oliver strikes out. Hill walks. Hood singles; Hill to 2nd. Croud walks to load the bases. Blakely is hit by a pitch forcing home Hill. Huisman pops out. Child flies to left. VOLCANOES 3, Boise 1 Volcanoes 2nd – Summers grounds out. Ransom singles to left. Hill is safe on SS error; Ransom to 2nd. McDowell singles scoring Ransom; Hill to 3rd. Clark grounds out. VOLCANOES 4, Boise 1

010 11x

36 14 11 12 R 5 14

H 9 11

E 3 0

E – Oliver, Hood 2. DP – Salem-Keizer 1. LOB – Boise 11, Salem-Keizer 8. 2B – Christensen, Mott, Clark. HR – Huisman (1), Allen (1), Clark (1), Serrano (1). SF – Hill, S., Dean. SB – McDowell, Clark, Allen 2 Bond (L, 0-1) Harwas Jones Romero

VOLCANOES 3, Boise 0

R 9 0 3 2 R 3 2 0

ER 4 0 3 2 ER 3 2 0

BB 3 0 3 1 BB 3 2 0

SO 3 0 0 2 SO 5 3 0

AB 22 2 4 8 AB 21 11 3

BF 26 3 8 9 BF 27 13 3

WP – Bond 2, Connolly. HBP – by Santos (Blakely 3), by Bond (Allen). Umpires: Van Raaphorst, Praeter, Chandler and Woods. Time: 3:23 Attendance: 3369

Boise 3rd – Christensen doubles. Mott doubles; Christensen to 3rd. Oliver singles to right scoring Christensen; Mott to 3rd. Hill pops up. Hood singles scoring Mott; Oliver to 3rd. Croud pops up. Blakely hit by pitch. Huisman grounds out. VOLCANOES 4, Boise 3 Volcanoes 4th – Dean singles. Ransom grounds out; Dean to 2nd. Hill grounds out; Dean to 3rd. McDowell walks. Dean scores on a wild pitch, McDowell to 2nd. Clark grounds out. VOLCANOES 5, Boise 3 Volcanoes 5th – Luster pops out. Allen safe on SS error. Serrano singles to center; Allen to 2nd. Summers safe on 1B error; Allen scores from 2nd and Serrano moves to 3rd. Summers to 2nd on a wild pitch. Dean is intentionally walked loading the bases. Harwas replaces Bond. Ransom singles to right scoring Serrano and Summers; Dean to 3rd. Hill’s sacrifice fly scores Dean. McDowell grounds out. VOLCANOES 9, Boise 3 Boise 6th – Connolly now pitching. Croud flies out. Blakely strikes out. Huisman homers. Child fans. VOLCANOES 9, Boise 4 Volcanoes 6th – Jones now pitching. Clark doubles to right. Luster flies out. Allen walks. Double steal moves Clark to 3rd, Allen to 2nd. Serrano is intentionally walked loading the bases. Summers singles to center scoring Clark and Allen; Serrano to 3rd. Dean’s sacrifice fly scores Serrano. Ransom walks. Hill flies out. VOLCANOES 12, Boise 4 Volcanoes 7th – Romero now pitching. McDowell grounds out. Clark homers to right. Luster flies out. Allen pops out. VOLCANOES 13, Boise 4 Boise 8th – Hill singles to left. Hood lines into a double play. Croud walks. Blakely walks. Diaz runs for Blakely. Huisman singles to load the bases. All runners advance on a wild pitch; Croud scores. Child pops out. VOLCANOES 13, Boise 5 Volcanoes 8th – Serrano homers to left. Summers fans. Dean walks. Ransom fans. Hill hits into a force play. VOLCANOES 14, Boise 5

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1998 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game 3 • September 5, 1998 at Boise

How they Scored:

Salem-Keizer 6, Boise 4

Boise 1st – Croud walks. Blakely sacrifices Croud to 2nd. Mott flies to left. Huisman singles to right scoring Croud. Huisman thrown out trying to steal.

Salem-Keizer AB R Hill, S., 3b 5 1 Mattern, 2b 4 1 Allen, cf 3 0 Luster, 1b 5 1 Serrano, c 4 0 Clark, rf 4 1 Valderamma, lf 4 0 Dean, dh 5 1 Ransom, ss 1 1 Totals 35 6 Score by innings: Salem-Keizer Boise

H 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 7

BI 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 6

010 130

Boise Croud, lf Blakely, cf Mott, dh Huisman, 2b Child, rf Christensen, 3b Hill, J., c Hood, ss Kelley, 1b Totals

121 000

AB 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 3 3 34

R 6 4

100 000

R 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4

H 7 10

H 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 0 0 10

BI 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 E 1 3

E – Ransom, J. Hill, Kelley, Morrison. DP – Salem-Keizer 1. LOB – Salem-Keizer 11, Boise 9. 2B – Child, Christensen. HR – Luster (1), Clark (2). Sac – Blakely, Hood. SF – Ransom. SB – Ransom, Hood. CS – Huisman. Vogelsong (W, 1-0) Goodrich Miller (S, 1) Bridges (L, 0-1) Harwas Morrison

IP 5.1 2.2 1.0 IP 6.0 0.2 2.1

H 8 2 0 H 7 0 0

R 4 0 0 R 5 1 0

ER 4 0 0 ER 4 0 0

BB 4 0 0 BB 3 2 2

SO 2 2 1 SO 7 0 5

AB 21 10 3 AB 24 3 8

BF 27 10 3 BF 28 5 11

WP – Bridges. HBP – by Morrison (Serrano). Umpires: Prater, Chandler, Woods and Van Raaphorst. Time: 2:56 Attendance: 2757

Boise 1, VOLCANOES 0 Volcanoes 2ND – Luster homers over the left field fence. Serrano grounds out. Clark grounds out. Valderrama singles. Dean strikes out. Boise 1, VOLCANOES 1 Boise 2nd – Child doubles down the left field line. Christensen singles to right scoring Child. Hill singles; Christensen to 2nd. Hood sacrifices Christensen to 3rd and Hill to 2nd. Kelley is walked intentionally to load the bases. Christensen scores on Croud’s infield single. The bases remain loaded. Blakely pops out. Mott walks forcing in Hill. Huisman grounds out. Boise 4, VOLCANOES 1 Volcanoes 4th – Serrano flies out. Clark homers to right. Valderrama strikes out. Dean strikes out. Boise 4, VOLCANOES 2 Volcanoes 5th – Ransom walks. Hill beats out a bunt single; Ransom to 2nd. Mattern pops out. Allen walks to load the bases. Luster flies to left. Serrano singles to center scoring Ransom and Hill; Allen moves to 3rd. Clark hits into a force play. Boise 4, VOLCANOES 4 Volcanoes 6th – Valderrama strikes out. Dean beats out a bunt single and advances to 3rd on catcher’s two-base throwing error. Ransom’s sacrifice fly to CF scores Dean. Hill lines out. VOLCANOES 5, Boise 4 Volcanoes 7th – Harwas now pitching. Mattern walks. Allen flies out. Luster safe on 1B error; Mattern moves to 2nd. Serrano flies out. Clark walks to load the bases. Morrison replaces Harwas. Valderrama walks forcing in Mattern. Dean strikes out. VOLCANOES 6, Boise 4

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1998 NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES VOLCANOES BATTING PLAYER Allen, Jeff Clark, Doug Dean, Mike Frazier, Carlos Hill, Steve Luster, Jeremy Magruder, Chris Mattern, Erik McDowell, A. “Scoop” Ransom, Cody Serrano, Sammy Summers, John Valderrama, Carlos Totals

AVG. .167 .250 .222 .000 .100 .154 .400 .167

G 2 3 3 1 3 3 1 2

AB 6 12 9 0 10 13 5 6

R 3 5 4 0 1 3 1 1

H 1 3 2 0 1 2 2 1

2B 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

RBI 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 1

BB 3 3 3 1 0 2 0 1

SO 2 1 5 0 2 2 1 1

SB 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OBP .500 .400 .385 1.000 .091 .267 .400 .333

SLG .667 .833 .222 .000 .100 .385 .600 .167

.333

2

9

1

3

1

0

0

2

1

3

1

0

.400

.444

.429 .364 .250

3 3 2

7 11 8

2 4 1

3 4 2

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 1 0

3 5 4

4 3 2

1 2 3

1 0 0

0 0 0

.583 .533 .400

.429 .636 .250

.250

1

4

0

1

0

0

0

1

1

3

0

0

.400

.250

.250

3

100

26

25

3

0

5

24

24

26

7

0

.397

.430

VOLCANOES PITCHING PITCHER

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WP

Connolly, Keith Goodrich, Randy Joseph, Kevin Miller, Benji Ozias, Todd Ramirez, Erasmo Santos, Josh Vogelsong, Ryan Totals

0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 0–0 1–0 1–0 1–0 3–0

6.00 0.00 6.75 0.00 0.00 1.80 5.40 6.75 3.67

1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2

3.0 3.2 1.1 1.0 2.2 5.0 5.0 5.1 27.0

3 2 1 0 1 4 6 8 25

2 0 1 0 0 2 3 4 12

2 0 1 0 0 1 3 4 11

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 5

2 0 2 0 0 0 3 4 11

3 4 1 1 0 3 5 2 19

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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OPP AVG .273 .154 .200 .000 .125 .200 .286 .381 .245

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NORTHWEST LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1955

EUGENE

1986

BELLINGHAM

1956

YAKIMA

1987

SPOKANE

1957

WENATCHEE

1988

SPOKANE

1958

YAKIMA

1989

SPOKANE

1959

YAKIMA

1990

SPOKANE

1960

YAKIMA

1991

BOISE

1961

LEWISTON

1992

BELLINGHAM

1962

WENATCHEE

1993

BOISE

1963

YAKIMA

1994

BOISE

1964

YAKIMA

1995

BOISE

1965

TRI-CITIES

1996

YAKIMA

1966

TRI-CITIES

1997

PORTLAND

1967

MEDFORD

1998

SALEM-KEIZER

1968

TRI-CITIES

1999

SPOKANE

1969

ROGUE VALLEY

2000

YAKIMA

1970

LEWISTON

2001

SALEM-KEIZER

1971

TRI-CITIES

2002

BOISE

1972

LEWISTON

2003

SPOKANE

1973

LEWISTON

2004

BOISE

1974

EUGENE

2005

SPOKANE

1975

EUGENE

2006

SALEM-KEIZER

1976

WALLA WALLA

2007

SALEM-KEIZER

1977

BELLINGHAM

2008

SPOKANE

1978

GRAY’S HARBOR

2009

SALEM-KEIZER

1979

CENTRAL OREGON

2010

EVERETT

1980

BELLINGHAM, EUGENE (Co-Champions)

2011

VANCOUVER

1981

MEDFORD

2012

VANCOUVER

1982

SALEM

2013

VANCOUVER

1983

MEDFORD

2014

HILLSBORO

1984

TRI-CITIES

1985

EVERETT

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VOLCANOES SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10: BATTING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BATTING AVERAGE Will Thompson, 2005 Lance Niekro, 2000 Brian Horwitz, 2004 Mike Mooney, 2005 Joe Panik, 2011 Matt Downs, 2007 Doug Clark, 1998 Sean McGowan, 1999 Travis Young, 1997 Christian Arroyo, 2014

.384 .362 .347 .342 .341 .338 .3348 .3346 .334 .333

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

AT BATS Travis Young, 1997 Mike Mooney, 2005 Jason Ellison, 2000 Clay Timpner, 2004 Pablo Sandoval, 2004 Tyler Von Schell, 2001 Mike Byas, 1997 Matt Downs, 2007 Joey Dyche, 2005 Mike Loberg, 2008

320 304 300 294 294 293 290 287 284 281

HITS 1. Travis Young, 1997 2. Mike Mooney, 2005 3. Pablo Sandoval, 2005 Matt Downs, 2007 4. Brian Horwitz, 2004 5. Joe Panik, 2011 6. Jason Ellison, 2000 7. Sean McGowan, 1999 Clay Timpner, 2004 8. Joey Dyche, 2005 Garrett Baker, 2007

107 104 97 97 93 92 90 86 86 82 82

DOUBLES 1. Matt Downs, 2007 2. Sean VanElderen, 2007 3. Brian Horwitz, 2004 Garrett Baker, 2007 4. Joe Jester, 1999 Rob Meyer, 2001 Aaron Sobieraj, 2002 Brad Vericker, 2003 5. Derin McMains, 2001 Tyler Von Schell, 2001 Chad Rothford, 2007

33 27 24 24 19 19 19 19 18 18 18

HOME RUNS 1. Adam Witter, 2006 2. Sean McGowan, 1999 Brad Vericker, 2003 3. Jeff Allen, 1998 Simon Klink, 2004 Joseph Rapp, 2012 4. Zach Wells, 1997 Tyler Von Schell, 2001 5. Sammy Serrano, 1998 Julian Benavidez, 2001 Jose Yens, 2005 Chad Rothford, 2007 Mike Ambort, 2008

16 15 15 11 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9

RBI 1. C. J. Ankrum, 1997 Garrett Baker, 2007 2. Sean McGowan, 1999 3. Chad Rothford, 2007 Joe Panik, 2011 4. Adam Witter, 2006 5. Pablo Sandoval, 2005 6. Mike Loberg, 2008 7. Matt Downs, 2007 Mike Murray, 2011 Jeremy Luster, 1998 Drew Biery, 2009 Christian Arroyo, 2014

64 64 62 54 54 52 50 49 48 48 48 48 48

STOLEN BASES Mike Byas, 1997 Jesus Galindo, 2011 Travis Young, 1997 Emmanuel Burriss, 2006 Scott Daeley, 1999 Carlos Valderrama, 1997 Shawn Payne, 2011 Clay Greene, 1997 Micah Holst, 1999 Tyler Hollick, 2013 9. Cody Ransom, 1998

51 47 40 35 29 22 21 20 20 20 19

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

ON BASE PERCENTAGE Chris Magruder, 1998 Will Thompson, 2005 David Stone, 2002 Doug Clark, 1998 Joe Jester, 1999 Skyler Ewing, 2014 Zach Wells, 1997 Mark Minicozzi, 2005 Matt Downs, 2007 Brian Horwitz, 2004 Kentrell Hill, 2009

.464 .452 .435 .422 .422 .417 .414 .411 .410 .407 .404

RUNS 1. Travis Young, 1997 2. Mike Byas, 1997 Matt Downs, 2007 3. Joe Jester, 1999 Jason Ellison, 2000 4. Mike Mooney, 2005 5. Travis Ishikawa, 2003 Garrett Baker, 2007 Shane Jordan, 2007 Mike Loberg, 2008

80 68 68 67 67 57 53 53 53 53

TRIPLES 1. Mike Mooney, 2005 Juan Martinez, 2009 2. Cody Ransom, 1998 3. Travis Young, 1997 Doug Clark, 1998 Brad Boyer, 2006 Garrett Baker, 2007 4. Eight Players tied at

9 9 7 6 6 6 6 5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TOTAL BASES Mike Mooney, 2005 Matt Downs, 2007 Sean McGowan, 1999 Garrett Baker, 2007 Travis Young, 1997 Brad Vericker, 2003 Tyler Von Schell, 2001 Mike Loberg, 2008 Joe Panik, 2011 Pablo Sandoval, 2005 Brian Horwitz, 2004

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Adam Witter, 2006 Sean McGowan, 1999 Lance Niekro, 2000 Brad Vericker, 2003 Jeff Allen, 1998 Julian Benavidez, 2001 Matt Downs, 2007 7. Garrett Baker, 2007 8. Ryan Cavan, 2009 9. Mike Mooney, 2005 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

157 154 145 139 133 133 132 129 126 125 125

.585 .564 .551 .547 .540 .537 .537 .523 .518 .516

Minimum 205 plate appearances

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VOLCANOES SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10: PITCHING WINS 1. Adam Cowart, 2006 2. Mike Riley, 1997 T. J. Brewer, 2007 Andy De La Garza, 2007 Andrew Leenhouts, 2013 3. Jesse Foppert, 2001 4. Ryan Jensen, 1997 Anthony Pannone, 2001 Clay Hensley, 2002 Luke Nelson, 2002 Brooks McNiven, 2003 Pat Misch, 2003 Sergio Romo, 2005 Kevin Pucetas, 2006 Joan Gregorio, 2012 Jason Forjet, 2014

10 9 9 9 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

GAMES 1. Benji Miller, 1998 2. Jesse Travis, 1997 Rafael Rigueiro, 2000 Eury Sanchez, 2014 3. Todd Ozias, 1998 Brian Anderson, 2005 Dan Runzler, 2008 4. Fletcher Lee, 1999 Joe Bateman, 2003 Andrew Jefferson, 2003 Edwin Quirarte, 2008

30 28 28 28 27 27 27 26 26 26 26

STRIKEOUTS 1. Mike Riley, 1997 2. Jesse Foppert, 2001 3. Joe Farley, 2000 Jason Forjet, 2014 4. Dave McKae, 2005 5. Jason Verdugo, 2002 Clay Hensley, 2002 6. Greg Bruso, 2002 7. Chris Johnson, 2013 8. Craig Whitaker, 2004 9. Jesse Floyd, 2003

96 88 87 87 83 82 82 81 78 77 76

EARNED RUN AVE. (min. 61 IP) 1. Adam Cowart, 2006 1.08 2. Jason Farmer, 2000 1.62 3. Jesse Floyd, 2003 1.73 4. Jesse Foppert, 2001 1.93 5. Greg Bruso, 2002 1.99 6. Kevin Pucetas, 2006 2.17 7. Pat Misch, 2003 2.18 8. Andrew Leenhouts, 2013 2.39 9. Dave McKae, 2005 2.42 10. Mike Loree, 2008 2.44

GAMES STARTED 1. Ryan Jensen, 1997 Darren Sack, 2004 Taylor Rogers, 2010 Joan Gregorio, 2012 2. 11 players tied with

16 16 16 16 15

SAVES 1. Brian Anderson, 2005 Danny Otero, 2007 2. Benji Miller, 1998 3. Jesse Travis, 1997 Juan Trinidad, 2006 4. Edwin Quirarte, 2008 Raymundo Montero, 2013 Eury Sanchez, 2014 5. Andrew Jefferson, 2003 Tyler Mizenko, 2012 6. Luke Anderson, 2000 7. Wes Hutchinson, 2001 Ben Mitchell, 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

WALKS Joe Farley, 2000 Daniel Portorreal, 2003 Edward Concepcion, 2010 Craig Whitaker, 2004 Chris Jackson, 1998 Edwin Escobar, 2010 6. Deron Featherstone 2000 7. Ryan Jensen, 1997 Glenn Woolard, 2002 8. Three Players tied with 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

56 48 46 43 40 40 34 32 32 31

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

INNINGS PITCHED Mike Riley, 1997 Jason Forjet, 2014 Pat Misch, 2003 Wesley Faust, 2000 Jesse Floyd, 2003 Adam Cowart, 2006 Chris Johnson, 2013 Taylor Rogers, 2010 Clay Hensley, 2002 Greg Bruso, 2002 Mike Loree, 2008

19 19 17 16 16 14 14 14 13 13 12 10 10

88.1 87.0 86.2 84.1 83.1 83.1 83.0 82.2 81.2 81.1 81.0

OPPONENTS BATTING AVE. Jesse Foppert, 2001 .150 Adam Cowart, 2006 .178 Greg Bruso, 2002 .201 Glenn Woolard, 2002 .207 Chris Johnson, 2013 .207 Mike Loree, 2008 .211 Dave McKae, 2005 .219 Craig Whitaker, 2004 .221 Kevin Pucetas, 2006 .222 Mike Riley, 1997 .224 Minimum 61 innings pitched

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VOLCANOES FRANCHISE RECORDS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Player Longest with Club

Highest Batting Average Most Games (Season) Most At Bats (Season) Most At Bats (Game)

Most At Bats (Game, 9 innings) Most Hits (Season) Most Hits (Game) Consecutive Game Hitting Streak Most Consecutive Games w/Home Run Most Runs Scored (Season) Most Runs Scored (Game)

Most Doubles (Season) Most Doubles (Game) Most Triples (Season) Most Triples (Game)

Most Home Runs (Season) Most Home Runs (Game) Most Pinch Hit Home Runs (Season) Most Grand Slam Home Runs (Season) Most Runs Batted In (Season) Most Runs Batted In (Game) Most Total Bases (Season) Most Total Bases (Game) Highest Slugging Percentage (Season) Highest On Base Percentage (Season) Most Base on Balls (Season) Most Base on Balls (Game) Most Strikeouts (Season) Most Strikeouts (Game) Most Times Hit By Pitch (Season) Most Times Hit By Pitch (Game) Most Sacrifice Hits (Season) Most Sacrifice Flies (Season) Most Sacrifice Flies (Game) Most Stolen Bases (Season) Most Stolen Bases (Game) Most Caught Stealing (Season) Most Caught Stealing (Game) Safe on Catcher’s Interference (Game)

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3 seasons (Guillermo Rodriguez, 1997-99; Carlos Valderrama, 1997-99; Anthony Turco, 2000-02; Jon Williams, 2001-03; Will Thompson, 2004-06; Matthew Graham, 2010-12; Mario Rodriguez, 2009-10, 2012; Cameron Lamb, 2010-12) Will Thompson (.384) 2005 Travis Young (76) 1997 Travis Young (320) 1997 7 (Brett Casper and Matt Priess, 7/27/97, 13 innings; Bryan Carter, Trey Lunsford and Nick Wilfong, 8/26/00, 14 innings; Ben Copeland and Mike Mooney, 7/28/05, 9 innings; Emmanuel Burriss and Bobby Felmy, 8/27/06, 13 innings; Danny Brock, Kyle Mach, Ryan Scoma, 7/22/10, 14 innings; Christian Arroyo, 6/27/14) 7 (Ben Copeland and Mike Mooney, 7/28/05) Travis Young (107) 1997 5 (5 times: Chris Magruder 9/2/98, Scott Daeley 7/29/99, Jon Williams 8/17/02, Mike Mooney 7/20/05, Caleb Curry 8/5/08, Tyler Hollick 6/22/13) Mike Loberg (19) 7/24-8/13/08 Mike Loberg (4) 8/3-/8/6/08 Travis Young (80) 1997 4 (15 times: Zach Wells 8/31/97, C. Valderrama 9/3/97 & 8/28/99, Doug Clark 6/26/98, Chris Magruder 7/3/98, Steve Hill 8/25/98, Joe Jester 8/11/99, Bryan Carter 7/7/01, John Bowker 8/28/04, Emmanuel Burriss 6/25/06, Brett Pill 8/27/06, Adam Witter 8/27/06, Tyler LaTorre 8/31/07, Andy D’Alessio 9/2/07, Jeremy Sy 8/18/13; Austin Slater 8/9/14) Matt Downs (33) 2007 3 (Bryan Carter 7/7/01, Brian Horwitz 7/31/04, Jose Yens 8/26/05, Matt Downs 7/6/07 & 8/13/07, Jose Flores 8/24/07, Johnny Monell 8/14//08, Michael Mergenthaler 8/5/12) 9 (Mike Mooney, 2005; Juan Martinez, 2009) 2 (8 times: Travis Young 8/7/97, Carlos Valderrama 9/3/97, Julio Cordido 8/20/99, Mike Wagner 8/19/03, Travis Ishikawa 8/22/03, Carter Jurica 7/21/2010, John Polonius 8/30/13, Randy Ortiz 8/31/13) Adam Witter (16) 2006 3 (Twice: Michael Ambort, 8/8/08 @ Boise; Drew Biery, 7/25/08 vs. Yakima) 1 (6 times: Complete list found in Volcanoes “Year-by-Year”) 2 (Brett Krill, 2011) 64 (C. J. Ankrum 1997, Garrett Baker 2007) 8 (Evan Crawford vs. Everett 8/27/09) Mike Mooney (157) 2005 Michael Ambort (13) 8/8/08 Adam Witter (.585) 2006 Chris Magruder (.464) 1998 Joe Jester (50) 1999 5 (Joe Jester 8/7/99; Alex Pinon 8/18/01, 11 innings) 86 (Brett Casper 1997, David Kenna 1997) Travis Ishikawa (5) 9/2/03 Mike Wagner (13) 2003 3 (Mike Wagner 8/15/03, Nate Schierholtz 8/21/03, Matt Downs 7/8/07) Bryan Gann (15) 2000 C. J. Ankrum (7) 1997 2 (5 times: C. J. Ankrum 8/12/97, Sammy Serrano 7/6/98, Matt Keating 6/25/00, Daniel Ortmeier 7/4/02, Nate Schierholtz 8/19/03; Skyler Ewing 7/06/14; Seth Harrison 8/07/14) Mike Byas (51) 1997 Micah Holst (4) 8/19/01 Emmanuel Burriss (11) 2006 2 (7 times: Mike Dean 8/8/98, Josh Cook 6/18/99, Bob Niemet 6/25/99, Scott Daeley 7/27/99, Pablo Sandoval 8/29/05, Emmanuel Burriss 7/15/06, Chris Lofton 7/23/10) Micah Holst (2) 6/23/99 (3 consecutive 6/22-6/23/99)

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VOLCANOES FRANCHISE RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Pitcher Longest with Club

Eric Johnson (4 seasons: 1997-2000)

Most Games (Season)

Benji Miller (30) 1998

Most Games Started

16 (Ryan Jensen 1997, Darren Sack 2004, Taylor Rogers 2010)

Most Games Won

Adam Cowart (10) 2006

Most Games Lost

8 (Jason Verdugo 1997, Brandon Allen 2011)

Most Consecutive Games Won

Adam Cowart (10) 2006

Most Consecutive Games Lost

5 (Shane Kaufman 2010)

Highest Winning Percentage

1.000 (Clay Hensley (7-0) 2002, Luke Nelson (7-0) 2002)

Most Complete Games (9 innings)

1 (Mike Riley 1997, Orlando Yntema 2009)

Most Shutouts

Jerome Williams (1) 8/25/99, 7 innings; Orlando Yntema 7/26/09, 9 innings

Most Complete Game Shutouts

(1) Orlando Yntema (10-0 vs. Yakima 7/26/09 [3 hits])

Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings

Petersen Benjamin (23) 7/17-8/13/01

Most Consecutive Hitless Innings

Mike Loree (12 2/3) 6/30/08 & 7/5/08

Most Consecutive Batters Retired

Mike Loree (40) 6/25-7/5/08

Most Innings Pitched (Season)

Mike Riley (88.1) 1997

Most Innings Pitched (Game)

Orlando Yntema (9) 7/26/09 vs. Yakima (10-0 win)

Most Hits Allowed (Season)

Wesley Faust (102) 2000

Most Hits Allowed (Game)

Wesley Faust (14) 7/28/00

Most Runs Allowed (Season)

55 (Ryan Jensen 1997, Darren Sack 2004)

Most Runs Allowed (Game)

Julio Pavon (11) 6/25/00

Most Earned Runs Allowed (Season)

Darren Sack (48) 2004

Most Earned Runs Allowed (Game)

Julio Pavon (11) 6/25/00

Most Home Runs Allowed (Season)

Darren Sack (15) 2004

Most Home Runs Allowed (Game)

3 (Darren Sack 8/16/04, Javier Hernandez 6/22/09)

Most Strikeouts (Season)

Mike Riley (96) 1997

Most Strikeouts (Game)

12 (Kurt Ainsworth 8/11/99, Jared Cranston 8/14/07)

Most Consecutive Strikeouts (Game)

Jack Taschner (7) 8/6/00; Ari Ronick (7) 7/31/08

Most Base on Balls (Season)

Joe Farley (56) 2000

Most Base on Balls (Game)

Deron Featherstone (8) 7/14/00

Most Hit Batters (Season)

Jim Harrelson (9) 2000

Most Hit Batters (Game)

3 (Joseph Ojeda 7/4/99, Anthony Yacco 7/23/99, Greg Bruso 7/19/02, Glenn Woolard 7/20/02, Matt Palmer 7/21/02, Anthony Moreno 8/17/03, Craig Whitaker 8/17/04 & 9/2/04)

Most Wild Pitches (Season)

Craig Whitaker (14) 2004

Most Wild Pitches (Game)

Craig Whitaker (4) 7/31/2004

Most Balks (Season)

Fletcher Lee (6) 1999

Most Balks (Game)

2 (Randy Goodrich 6/22/98, Chris Jackson 8/29/98, Reinaldo Jimenez 6/18/99, Brian Meagher 6/19/99, Edwin Escobar 8/6/10)

Lowest Earned Run Average (min. 61 IP)

Adam Cowart (1.08) 2006

Most Saves

19 (Brian Anderson 2005, Danny Otero 2007)

Lowest Opponents Batting Ave. (min. 61 IP)

Jesse Foppert (.150) 2001

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VOLCANOES FRANCHISE RECORDS TEAM BATTING Highest Club Batting Average

.291 (2005)

Most Runs (Season)

497 (2007)

Most Runs (Game)

19 (vs. Yakima 6/26/98, @ Vancouver 8/29/06)

Most Runs (Inning)

11 vs. Tri-City 7/24/02 (8th inning)

Most Times Shutout (Season)

7 (2003)

Most Batters (Inning)

16 vs. Vancouver 8/18/07 (5th inning, 10 runs)

Most Hits (Season)

786 (2005)

Most Hits (Game)

21 (@ Eugene 8/30/05; vs. Eugene 8/5/08; vs. Boise 8/21/13)

Fewest Hits (Game)

0 @Tri-City 7/20/13

Most Doubles (Season)

178 (2007)

Most Doubles (Game)

10 (@Yakima 7/12/09)

Most Triples (Season)

49 (1998)

Most Triples (Game)

3 (vs. Spokane 8/7/97, @ Everett 8/16/98, @ Portland 9/2/98, @ Tri-City 8/19/03, @ Boise 8/15/05, vs. Eugene 9/2/07)

Most Home Runs (Season)

57 (2007)

Most Home Runs (Game)

6 vs. Tri-City 7/24/02 (Stone 2, Walter 2, Cabrera, Pinon)

Most Home Runs (Game, Both Teams)

9 vs. Spokane, 8/19/05 (Spokane 5, Salem-Keizer 4)

Most Pinch Hit Home Runs (Season)

2 (2001, Ed Maldonado & Jon Williams)

Most Grand Slam Home Runs (Season)

4 (2011: Brett Krill (2), Joe Panik, Brice Cutspec)

Most RBI (Season)

424 (2007)

Most RBI (Game)

18 (vs. Yakima 6/26/98, @ Vancouver 8/29/06)

Most Total Bases (Season)

1165 (2007)

Most Total Bases (Game)

42 vs. Tri-City 7/24/02

Most Extra Base Hits (Game)

10 (all doubles) @ Yakima 7/12/09

Most Stolen Bases (Season)

172 (1997)

Most Stolen Bases (Game)

8 (@ Yakima 7/9/99, @ Everett 8/17/99)

Most Caught Stealing (Season)

54 (1999)

Most Caught Stealing (Game)

3 (@ Eugene 8/8/98, vs. Portland 6/18/99, @ Everett 8/26/05)

Most Strikeouts (Season)

613 (1997)

Most Strikeouts (Game)

20 (@ Eugene 6/27/14, 14 innings)

Most Strikeouts (Game, 9 innings)

15 vs. Boise 6/18/02

Fewest Strikeouts (Season)

457 (2006)

Most Walks (Season)

345 (1997)

Most Walks (Game)

14 (@ Everett 7/12/00)

Fewest Walks (Season)

238 (2005)

Most Hit By Pitch (Game)

5 (@ Tri-City 8/15/03)

Most Left on Base (Game)

18 (@ Eugene 8/25/13, 9 innings)

Most Left on Base (Game, 9 innings)

18 (@ Eugene 8/25/13)

Fewest Left on Base (Game, 9 innings)

0 (vs. Vancouver 8/08/09; 3-2 L)

Most Runs in a Game (Both Teams)

27 (Salem-Keizer 19, Yakima 8; 6/26/98)

Most Runs in a Loss

12 (Boise 13, Salem-Keizer 12; 7/28/98 @ Boise)

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VOLCANOES FRANCHISE RECORDS TEAM PITCHING Most Games Won (Season)

57 (2007)

Most Games Lost (Season)

45 (2010)

Lowest Earned Run Average (Season)

2.95 (2006)

Most Innings Pitched (Season)

686.1 (2001, 2014)

Most Complete Games

2 (1999)

Most Shutouts

8 (2006, 2007)

Most Saves

29 (2006)

Most One-Run Games

29 (2014)

Most One-Run Wins

16 (2002, 2014)

Most One-Run Losses

13 (1999, 2014)

Most Extra Inning Games

11 (2000)

Most Extra Inning Wins

8 (2000)

Most Extra Inning Losses

6 (2010)

Fewest Runs Allowed (Season)

260 (2006)

Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (Season)

224 (2006)

Most Runs Allowed (Season)

432 (1999)

Most Runs Allowed (Game)

21 (vs Eugene 8/27/08 21-4 L; vs Everett 8/26/09 21-1 L)

Most Runs Allowed (Inning)

10 (vs. Vancouver 9/2/02 (7th inning) & vs. Spokane 8/18/10 (5th inning)

Most Earned Runs Allowed (Season)

359 (1999 & 2011)

Most Earned Runs Allowed (Game)

20 (vs. Everett 8/26/09)

Fewest Hits Allowed (Season)

557 (2006)

Fewest Hits Allowed (Game)

0 (vs. Everett, 8/22/09 8-0 W) (Pitchers Westcott, Graves, W. Bucardo)

Most Hits Allowed (Season)

726 (2011)

Most Hits Allowed (Game)

23 (8/26/09 vs. Everett)

Most Home Runs Allowed (Season)

63 (1997)

Most Home Runs Allowed (Game)

5 (vs. Spokane 8/19/05)

Most Strikeouts (Season)

686 (2004)

Most Strikeouts (Game-9 innings)

19 @ Tri-City 7/31/04

Most Strikeouts (Game-Extra innings)

22 @ Eugene 6/27/14 (14 innings)

Fewest Strikeouts (Season)

552 (2003)

Fewest Walks (Season)

206 (2006)

Most Walks (Season)

401 (2000)

Most Walks (Game)

14 (vs. Southern Oregon 8/3/98, @ Vancouver 7/10/02)

Most Hit Batters (Season)

60 (2004)

Most Hit Batters (Game)

5 (@ Vancouver 6/30/14)

Most Wild Pitches (Season)

101 (2014)

Most Wild Pitches (Game)

7 (vs. Vancouver 6/13/14)

Most Balks (Season)

22 (1998)

Most Balks (Game)

3 (vs. Yakima 6/22/98)

Most Left on Base (Game)

17 (vs. Eugene 8/27/08; vs. Vancouver 6/16/14)

Fewest Left on Base (Game)

0 (vs. Tri-City 7/5/01)

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VOLCANOES FRANCHISE RECORDS TEAM FIELDING Highest Fielding Percentage

.977 (2006)

Lowest Fielding Percentage

.951 (1997)

Most Putouts (Season)

2059 (2001, 2014)

Most Assists (Season)

895 (2010)

Fewest Errors (Season)

69 (2006)

Most Errors (Season)

142 (1997)

Most Errors (Game)

7 (vs. Vancouver 6/22/13, @ Everett 7/4/13)

Most Errors by Opponent (Game)

7 (vs. Eugene 7/11/97, vs. Southern Oregon 7/31/97, @ Yakima 7/18/98, vs. Everett 6/23/99, vs. Portland 8/8/00. vs. Eugene 6/20/04, Tri-City 8/30/12)

Most Total Chances (Season)

3036 (2010)

Most Double Plays (Season)

79 (2003, 2006)

Most Double Plays (Game)

6 (@ Yakima 7/19/05)

Most Double Plays by Opponent (Game)

5 (@ Everett 8/31/04)

Most Triple Plays (Season)

1 (vs. Eugene 8/30/98; vs. Everett 8/17/09)

Most Passed Balls (Season)

25 (1997, 2000)

Most Passed Balls (Game)

3 (vs. Everett 7/20/97, @ Everett 8/17/98, @ Boise 6/28/99)

VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS Largest Attendance (Home Game)

5,628 (vs. Eugene 7/4/06)

Smallest Attendance (Home Game)

1,503 (vs. Vancouver 6/17/14)

Largest Attendance (Road Game)

12,127 (@ Portland 7/12/97)

Smallest Attendance (Road Game)

572 (@ Southern Oregon 9/3/97)

Longest Game (Time, Nine Innings)

4:01 (vs. Yakima 7/15/12)

Longest Game (Time, Extra Innings)

4:32 (vs. Everett 7/22/10, 14 inn.)

Longest Game (Innings)

14 (@ Eugene 8/26/00; @ Tri-City 7/8/10; vs. Everett 7/22/10; @ Eugene 6/27/14)

Shortest Game (Time, Nine Innings)

1:58 9@ Eugene 9/5/99)

Shortest Game (Time, Innings)

1:35 (@ Everett 8/16/99, Game 1, 7 innings)

Shortest Game (Time, Rain)

1:22 (vs. Vancouver 6/23/13, 5 innings)

Longest Winning Streak

12 games (8/19-8/31/06)

Longest Winning Streak (Home)

12 games (8/7-8/27/06)

Longest Winning Streak (Road)

8 games (6/25-30, 7/4-5 @ Eugene, @ Hillsboro, @ Everett)

Longest Losing Streak

8 games (6/18-6/25/11; 6/27-7/4/11)

Longest Losing Streak (Home)

4 games (7 times- most recently 6/27-7/3/11)

Longest Losing Streak (Road)

10 games (7/10-7/28/99)

Most Players Used (Season)

52 (2008)

Most Players Used (Game)

19 (vs. Everett 9/5/04; vs. Vancouver 6/16/14; vs. Everett 6/24/14)

Most Pitchers Used (Game)

7 (vs. Boise 8/2/03; @ Boise 6/21/07; vs. Yakima 6/18/08; vs. Vancouver 6/16/14)

Largest Deficit Overcome

7 runs (1-8 vs. Hillsboro 8/12/14, won 14-11 in 9 innings; 1-8 vs. Vancouver 6/16/14, won 10-9 in 12 innings)

Largest Lead Lost

8 runs (@ Yakima 7/18/98—Led 8-0, lost 9-8; vs. Boise 8/22/13—Led 9-1, lost 16-11)

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VOLCANOES FRANCHISE RECORDS VOLCANOES MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL Record in Shutouts Extra Innings One-Run Decisions Two-Run Decisions Three-Run Decisions Four or more Run Decisions When Scoring First Overall Record Winning Percentage Vs. Eugene Vs. Everett Vs. Southern Oregon Vs. Vancouver Vs. Boise Vs. Spokane Vs. Portland Vs. Tri-City Vs. Yakima Vs. Hillsboro Total vs. North (1997-2000) Total vs. South (1997-2000) Total vs. East (2001-2012) Total vs. West (2001-2012) Total vs. North (2013-) Total vs. South (2013-) Total within Division (South/West) Total outside Division (North/East) June July August September Championship Series

W 78 69 201 113 101 341 20 756

HOME L 53 49 177 115 88 232 16 612

W 38 35 119 54 49 182 10 404

91 93 15 81 83 90 20 61 69 9 88 60 202 195 40 27 282 330 116 241 227 28 9

68 59 10 47 53 53 16 43 48 7 46 47 145 119 25 22 188 216 69 162 153 20 9

.553 125 111 21 95 101 90 28 79 91 15 72 84 278 237 40 45 366 390 125 288 298 45 16

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W 40 34 82 59 52 159 10 352

40 44 8 41 39 37 8 27 32 5 34 25 95 98 15 14 137 144 61 105 101 14 4

57 52 11 48 48 37 12 36 43 8 26 37 133 118 15 23 178 174 56 126 145 25 7

.590

L 33 29 113 55 47 116 12 331 .515 51 49 7 40 44 53 12 34 37 4 54 35 107 97 25 13 145 186 55 136 126 14 5

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VOLCANOES “FIRSTS” BATTING First Game First Win First Loss First Batter First Pitch To: First Base Hit First Run First RBI First Double First Triple First Home Run First Grand Slam HR First Pinch Hit HR First Stolen Base First Caught Stealing First Sacrifice First Sacrifice Fly First Strikeout First Walk First Hit by Pitch

@Spokane vs. Yakima @Spokane Mike Byas Mike Byas Mike Byas Mike Byas Brett Casper Clay Greene Mike Byas Tim Flaherty David Kenna Art Baeza Mike Byas Clay Greene Carlos Mendoza Matt Priess Travis Young C. J. Ankrum Travis Young

6/17/97 (Tuesday) 6/23/97 (8-2) 6/17/97 (4-7) 7:21 p.m. Single Single to centerfield 1st inning, 6/17/97) 1st inning (6/17/97) 6/17 @ Spokane 6/25 vs. Yakima 6/19 @Spokane 6/25 vs. Yakima 6/24 vs. Yakima 6/17 @Spokane 6/17 @Spokane 6/19 @Spokane 6/20 @Spokane 6/17 @Spokane 6/17 @Spokane 6/23 vs. Yakima

Ryan Jensen Ryan Jensen Geof Tomlinson Ryan Jensen Jeff Pohl Ryan Jensen Ryan Jensen Jesse Travis Pohl/Joseph Mike Riley Mark Hutchings Jeff Pohl Mike Riley

6/17 @Spokane Ball Grounded to pitcher 6/17 @Spokane 6/18 @Spokane 6/23 vs. Yakima 6/17 @Spokane 6/26 vs. Yakima 6/28 @Eugene (7-0) 8/26 @Eugene 6/25 vs. Yakima 6/18 @Spokane 6/19 @Spokane

C. J. Ankrum Ryan Jensen Ryan Jensen T. Young (Unassisted)

6/17 @Spokane 6/17 @Spokane 6/17 @Spokane 6/17 @Spokane

PITCHING First Pitcher First Pitch First Opposing Batter First Strikeout First Walk First Win First Loss First Save First Shutout First Complete Game First Hit Batter First Wild Pitch First Balk FIELDING First Putout First Assist First Error First Double Play

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VOLCANOES STADIUM FACTS AND FIRSTS Groundbreaking

January 6, 1997

Construction Completed

June, 1997

Seating Capacity

4,254

Dimensions

LF 325, CF 405, RF 325

Playing Surface

Natural Grass

Dedication

June 22, 1997

Dedication Attendance

4,901

Scheduled First Game

June 22, 1997

Postponed, Wet Grounds

First Game

June 23, 1997

vs. Yakima

First Game Attendance

3,375

First Batter

Rich Saitta

Yakima

First Pitch

Ryan Jensen

7:07 p.m. (Ball)

First Hit

Rich Saitta

Yakima (HR to LF, 1st inn.)

First Run

Rich Saitta

Yakima (1st inn.)

First RBI

Rich Saitta

Yakima (1st inn.)

First Double

Rich Saitta

Yakima (6/23)

First Triple

Jamie Goudie

Yakima (6/24)

First Home Run

Rich Saitta

Yakima (6/23)

First Stolen Base

Mike Byas

6/23 vs. Yakima

First Volcanoes Batter

Mike Byas

Singled

First Volcanoes Hit

Mike Byas

6/23 vs. Yakima (single)

First Volcanoes Run

Mike Byas

6/23 vs. Yakima (1st inn.)

First Volcanoes RBI

C. J. Ankrum

6/23 vs. Yakima (3rd inn.)

First Volcanoes Double

Chad Faircloth

6/24 vs. Yakima

First Volcanoes Triple

Mike Byas

6/25 vs. Yakima

First Volcanoes HR

C. J. Ankrum

6/23 vs. Yakima (3rd inn.)

First Win

vs. Yakima

6/23/97 (8-2)

First Winning Pitcher

Ryan Jensen

6/23 vs. Yakima

First Home Loss

vs. S. Oregon

7/1/97 (2-3, 10 inn.)

First Save

Jesse Travis

6/26 vs. Yakima

First Home Game Lineup vs. Yakima (6/23/97)

First Game Linescore

Mike Byas

CF

Travis Young

2B

C. J. Ankrum

1B

Tim Flaherty

C

WP Jensen (1-1) • LP Everly (0-1) • Attendance: 3375 • Time: 2:51

Mark Mosier

3B

Brett Casper

RF

Chad Faircloth

LF

David Kenna

DH

Carlos Mendoza

SS

Ryan Jensen

123

456

789

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100

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103

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1940team. Local businessman George E. Waters Salem obtains its first professional baseball

bought the Bellingham Chinooks from the Western International League and invested $60,000 to build the city its first Field of Dreams. The new ballpark, Waters Field, is located near 25th & Mission Streets. The Salem Senators played their first game in Spokane on April 24th, winning 7-2. One week later, on May 1st, a crowd of 4,865 watched Salem open the new diamond. The Senators rallied with five runs in the ninth for an 11-10 victory over Yakima. Player-manager John “Bunny” Griffiths guided Salem’s inaugural team to a 69-77 record and a fifth place finish. Bud Brewer (20-10) and Roy Helser (16-10) were the staff’s leading pitchers. Eddie Wilson (.338) finished as the club’s top hitter.

1941and his wife, Margaret, assumed ownership of the George Waters died following the 1940 season

franchise. “Bunny” Griffiths returned as player-manager but the Senators finished 63-69, in fourth place and a distant 26½ games behind league champion Spokane. Southpaw Roy Helser, later a coaching legend at Linfield, was 15-3 on the mound while Fred Lanifero topped Salem batters at .332.

1942League to four teams: Salem, Spokane, Tacoma World War II reduced the Western International

and Vancouver, B. C. Personnel changes were constant as players entered the service and all games were played in the afternoon or at twilight because of wartime restrictions. The Senators finished third (60-74) but crowned their first batting champ as William Jack Richards hit .351.

1943-45curtailed operations because of World

The Western International League

War II. During this time, Waters Field became the hub for the city’s American Legion and junior baseball teams and served as the home field for the Camp Adair Timberwolves of the famed 104th Division.

1946the Portland Beavers of the Pacific Coast League. Mrs. Waters sold the franchise and the ballpark to

Former umpire Leo “Frisco” Edwards was named Salem’s manager and guided the team to a record 13-game winning streak to open the season. Then, on May 24th, Edwards suffered a fatal heart attack while the club was on the road in Bremerton, Washington. On June 15th, the game held to benefit his family drew an all-time record 7,890 to Waters Field. Portland named Tedd Gullic to succeed Edwards and he led the Senators to their first winning season (79-63). Salem finished second in the eight-team league, drawing 103,000 fans. The staff ace was Kenny Wyatt (15-9) while Duane Crawford led the team’s hitters at .340.

1947in a pennant race that saw the top three teams—

Salem posted a record of 80-68, finishing fourth

Vancouver, Spokane and Bremerton—separated by a single game at the end of the season. The Senators finished four games back. Former big league pitcher Jack Wilson managed a club that drew 98,247 fans to the ballpark. Vince Lazor (16-6) and Wandel 190

Mossor (18-10) led the staff’s hurlers while Lou Kubiak paced the plate attack, batting .325.

1948tunes fell on the field and at the gate. Jack Wilson Salem began a three-year period where its for-

returned for his second season as manager but lacked the playing talent of the previous year. The Senators finished 73-88 and fell to sixth place. Attendance plunged to 77,659—less than 1,000 a game—despite an increase in the schedule to more than 160 games. Outfielder Dick Sinovic hit .351 and made the All-Star team while Jim Olsen topped the mound corps with a record of 17-10.

1949Senators matched their sixth place finish of 1948, Bill Beard was named Salem’s manager and the

posting a record of 64-87. Beard was a popular choice. He’d been a standout athlete at Willamette University and earned WIL AllStar honors as a catcher with Spokane in 1941. Team attendance fell to 67,495 as fans became more frustrated with Portland’s failure to supply Salem with better players. Among the bright spots were Mel Wasley who batted .329 and pitcher Cal McIrvin who led the staff with a record of 11-4.

1950posting a 57-92 record and finishing 34 ½ games Salem finished in the cellar for the first time,

behind first place Yakima. The campaign marked the managerial debut of Ad Liska, the famed submarine pitcher of the Portland Beavers. Liska won 198 games over 14 seasons with Portland, but the Beavers again failed to give Salem a competitive ball club. The team did not have a single .300 hitter while Bob Tierney (13-16) was the best of the pitchers. Attendance fell to 56,935 and Portland threatened to relocate the franchise unless they could sell it.

1951after a community drive raised $50,000 in stock to The Salem Senators returned to local ownership

buy the team and Waters Field from the Portland Beavers. Salem attorney Don Young developed the plan for community ownership, enlisting the support of Oregon Statesman Sports Editor Al Lightner and Bruce Williams to lead the campaign. More than 1,000 people bought stock at $25 a share and the $50,000 goal was reached easily. Hugh Luby, a veteran Pacific Coast League infielder, was hired as both general manager and field manager. His first team included several PCL veterans and a staff led by Hubbard native Bill Bevens. Bevens, who had come within one out of pitching a no-hitter for the Yankees against Brooklyn in the 1947 World Series, posted a record of 20-12. Salem finished the season 74-68, jumped from eighth place to third and drew 109,976 fans to the ballpark.

1952player-manager and guided Salem to fourth place

Hugh Luby returned for his second season as

and a 74-78 record. Attendance fell almost 25 per cent to 83,047 as pennant-winning Victoria (94-55) and Spokane (91-64) ran away from the field. (The WIL would switch to a split-season format the following season in an effort to maintain fan interest in August and September.) Luby led the team in hitting (.317) for the second straight year and was the team’s only All-Star. Iron 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide


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man Ray McNulty went 19-16 on the mound while pitching 277 innings and 26 complete games.

his own staff, going 15-12 for a team that finished 47-89. Calix Bauer was the team’s top hitter at .324.

For the first time, Salem played for the WIL

Karl Kuehl was named manager and guided the

led by pitchers Joe Nicholas (23-7) and Gene Roenspie (19-5), the Senators claimed the first half title with a sparking 40-23 record. The second half crown went to Spokane, pitting the two teams in a best-of-seven title series won by the Indians, 4-2. Jimmy Deyo led the Salem hitters at .333 and joined Roenspie and shortstop Gene Tanselli on the All-Star team. Attendance held steady at 81,305.

In the second half, the team fell to sixth place (30-41) but still entered the Championship Series as a result of their first half success. Yakima, the league’s second-half winner, took the title in a five game series, 4-1. Attendance jumped to 66,607. One big reason was outfielder Joe Wilson who hit .321 with 30 home runs and 97 RBI’s. Wilson and Mel Krause were named to the All-Star team while Charlie Lybeck paced Salem pitchers going 16-8. On July 7th, Eugene’s Bob Bolin set a NWL record striking out 22 Dodgers in a 2-0 Ems victory.

1953championship. Under manager Hugh Luby, and 1959Senators to the first half title with a 43-26 record.

1954through its final year as three of the league’s 10 The Western International League labored

teams failed to finish the season. Attendance plunged as television coverage exploded in the Northwest keeping thousands at home and away from the ballparks. No team was hurt more than Salem as attendance dropped to an all-time low: 48,438. On the field, the Senators turned the managerial reigns over to Harvey Storey; but, with the team struggling and club finances strained, Luby went back to the dugout in mid-June and Salem finished the season 71-66. The Senators top player was pitcher Johnny Briggs (20-8) who led the league in strikeouts (233) and ERA (2.50).

1955

The Northwest League debuts with seven teams: Salem, Eugene, Spokane, Tri-City, Wenatchee, Yakima and Lewiston. Manager Luby leads the Senators to the first half title and a Championship Series showdown with second half winner Eugene. The Emeralds claim the crown in six games, 4-2. The team also improved at the gate as attendance jumped to 66,441. Three Salem players later became successful college coaches in Oregon: Mel Krause (Oregon), Gene Tanselli (OSU) and Jack Dunn (Portland State). Krause (.321), Tanselli (.318) and 3B Tom Agosta (.357) were NWL All-Stars. Bill Whitson (17-6) was the team’s top hurler.

1956

In his final season as Salem manager, Hugh Luby guided the Senators to a 25-39 record (sixth place) in the first half and a 39-29 mark (second place) in the second half. Attendance was even with the previous year (66,629), but still well off the pace set from 1951-53. Chuck Essegian won the NWL batting crown (.366) while Jerry Cade (212 strikeouts) and Andy George (2.70 ERA) topped league hurlers. Both Cade (17-13) and Essegian were named to the All-Star team.

1957with the departure of Spokane and, after six years

The Northwest League became a six-team circuit

of managing Salem, Hugh Luby moved to Eugene to guide the Emeralds. The Senators new manager was Bill Brenner who saw his club finish third in both halves of the league race and 69-67 overall. Karl Kuehl led the league in hitting (.347) while Vern “Pappy” Kindsfather (17-13) authored Salem’s first no-hitter when he threw a seven-inning perfect game to beat Eugene, 3-0, June 15th. CF Jack Dunn (.328) and pitcher Charlie Lybeck (209) earned All-Star honors.

1958gate as Salem fell to last place in both halves of the A year of disappointment on the field and at the

pennant chase. In the process, attendance fell to 47,756. Don Lundberg began the season as the Senators manager but was replaced by “Pappy” Kindsfather on June 3rd. Kindsfather was the ace of 2015 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Media Guide

1960without a major league affiliation and the results Only Salem and Wenatchee began the season

showed it. Salem was fifth in both halves; Wenatchee was sixth. Attendance was the lowest in franchise history (43,231) and the team finished 56-86. The low point came April 30th when Yakima beat the Senators, 26-0. Player-manager Karl Kuehl led Salem at the plate, hitting .343 while Al Kinney and John Lutz both finished 13-10 on the mound. After the season, Salem would sign a five-year player agreement with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

1961paid immediate dividends. First, the Dodgers The agreement between Salem and Los Angeles

sent Salem one of minor league baseball’s legendary managers, Stan Wasiak. Second, the team received better players and, with that, the fans responded with enthusiasm. Attendance jumped to 72,703. Now nicknamed the Dodgers, Salem finished second in the first half race (40-29) and fourth in the second half (34-37) for a record of 74-66. Jim Barbieri led the team’s hitters (.312), Eddie Kopacz had a league leading 112 RBI’s and Ken Page topped the staff with a 12-4 mark. Barbieri and OF Dick Bogard were NWL All-Stars.

1962bid for the first half title before finishing 2 ½

Under Stan Wasiak, Salem waged a determined

games behind Wenatchee. In the season’s second half, the Dodgers were third. Despite a fine overall record (74-67), attendance fell to 56,857. Darryl Peters led the league with 15 victories (159) while southpaw Larry Staab (14-10) earned All-Star honors. In the bullpen, Joe Penland was sensational with an 11-4 record and a 2.38 ERA in 60 games. However, the team did not have a .300 hitter and the top average (.278) belonged to 21-year old third baseman Bobby Cox, later one of baseball’s most successful managers with the Atlanta Braves.

1963finished the season 81-59, the Dodgers failed to

Though Salem had one of its best teams and

qualify for post-season play. In the first half, Salem (38-28) was just a game-and-a-half behind Lewiston. In the second half, the Dodgers were even better (43-31) but finished 2 ½ games behind Yakima. Attendance stabilized (57,037) but the club did not have a .300 hitter for the second straight season. The strength of the team was pitching. Bill Kelso had a 14-7 record, Gene Brabender led the league in strikeouts (223) and Terry Barber posted the circuit’s best ERA (2.58). Barber and 2B Jim Lefebvre (.283, 17 HR, 92 RBI) were named NWL All-Stars.

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short of a berth in the Championship Series when they finished two games behind Yakima in the second half race. Clarence Jones had a brilliant season for the Dodgers. He hit .344, belted 33 home runs and led the league in runs scored (114), hits (168) and RBI’s (120). Phil Brown led the staff with 17 wins while Dick Calmus was 13-4. Brown and Jones were joined on the All-Star team by 1B Dick McLaughlin (.320, 18 HR) and C Jim Campanis (.301). Stan Wasiak was the Manager of the Year.

1965schedule in 1965 and Salem suffered its worst seaThe Northwest League played its final 140-game

son in history as it closed its affiliation with the Dodgers and closed the gates at Waters Field. Salem finished last in both the first and second half races. The team did not have a pitcher with a winning record or a single .300 hitter. Attendance fell to 43,585 as the Dodgers staggered home at 47-90. In early September, the club’s directors said they would try to sell the ballpark for its appraised value ($85,000) in order to pay the team’s debts. On September 2nd, Salem hosted Eugene in the final baseball game played at Waters Field.

1966Northwest League sets sail as a Short Season Class Salem is without professional baseball when the

A circuit with four teams: Eugene, Yakima, Tri-City and Lewiston. Now littered with debris and badly neglected, Waters Field is condemned by the City of Salem. On Friday night, November 11th, the grandstand at Waters Field is completely destroyed fire. More than thirty years will pass before a new Field of Dreams is built for the region’s baseball fans.

1967-76turbulent decade, dominated by fran-

The Northwest League goes through a

chise shifts and financial struggles. Eugene joins the Pacific Coast League for five years (1969-73) before returning to the NWL. After 70 years, Portland loses its PCL franchise in 1972 and joins the NWL as an independent. By 1976, the league has seven teams: Portland, Seattle and Grays Harbor in one division and Eugene, Bellingham, Boise and Walla Walla in the other. In 1977, the baseball landscape will change again.

yan who finished 6-4. Both players were named to the Northwest League All-Star team.

1980dent and general manager of the franchise and his Salem businessman Clint Holland became presi-

hands-on involvement paid significant dividends. Attendance more than doubled to 35,268 and the Senators (34-36) finished three games behind Eugene, the Southern Division winner. The improved operation helped Salem obtain a major league affiliation with the California Angels. The importance of a major league partnership became more evident following the season as the league’s two remaining independents, Grays Harbor and Victoria, ceased operations.

1981Salem, Eugene and Medford in the South and

The revised, six-team Northwest League placed

Bend, Bellingham and Walla Walla in the North. With California supplying manager Rick Ingalls and the players for the team—and attendance again over 30,000—the club finally turned a profit. In their final year as the Senators, Salem posted a 36-34 record and finished second in the division. Mark Smelko was the team’s top hitter (.296) and Kevin Halicki emerged as the ace of the staff at 7-3.

1982under manager Joe Maddon, staged the biggest Salem crowned its first champion as the Angels,

upset in Northwest League history, beating heavily favored Medford for the title. Though Salem had a losing record during the regular season (34-36), the Angels finished one game in front of Bellingham and two ahead of Walla Walla to claim the Northern Division flag. Medford posted the best regular season record in NWL history (53-17) and won the South by 23 games. However, in the Championship Series, the A’s would not score a run. In the opener at Chemeketa, Salem’s Kirk McCaskill tossed a two-hit shutout and struck out 12 as the Angels won, 1-0. The next night in Medford, Raphael Lugo blanked the A’s on six hits in Salem’s 6-0 victory. Lugo led the team’s pitchers (7-3, 2.88 ERA) while OF Greg Key hit .327 and won All-Star honors. The Angels drew well at the gate (37,392), the highest attendance figure in the years between 1977 and 1989.

Northwest League added new franchises in 1977NWL entry is named the Senators and plays its 1983The Tri-Cities and Spokane, returning Salem to the games at Holland Youth Park in southeast Salem. Managed by Professional baseball returns to Salem. The new

Carl Thompson, Salem struggles to a 22-46 record and draws only 11,860 fans. One bright spot is Steve Sbragia who leads the league in hitting at .376. Another is Paul Kirsch who earns a place on the All-Star team. The Northwest welcomes Major League Baseball as the Seattle Mariners debut in the Kingdome.

Southern Division with Eugene, Medford and Bend. Joe Maddon returned as manager but the Angels fell into the cellar at 31-39 and were 20 games behind the champion Medford A’s. Mike O’Hara led the league in hits (86) and made the All-Star team while Reggie Montgomery paced the team in batting (.306) and led the league in RBI’s (47).

Larry Patterson guided the Angels to a 1978Community College where the team would play 1984Manager 35-39 record and third place in the division, 10 through 1989. However, without field lights, the Senators were Salem moved its home games to Chemeketa

forced to begin their home games at 5:30 and attendance fell to 8,140 (about 240 a game), the lowest in organized baseball. On the diamond, Salem improved only slightly to 25-44. Carl Thompson again served as manager.

games behind Medford. Attendance fell slightly to 30,800 as the team struggled at the plate all season, batting only .226. Third baseman Ken Grant was Salem’s top hitter at .268 while Dante Bichette hit .232 with four home runs. Mike Butler led the staff with an 8-3 record and 2.91 ERA.

of the league’s most dramatic pennant 1979leads Salem to a 33-39 season and third place in 1985Inraces,oneSalem and Bend finished one game behind the four-team Southern Division. Attendance almost doubles Gene Lanthorn takes the managerial reigns and

(15,904) but remains disappointing. The Senators top players were 3B John Seefried who batted .298 and pitcher Mark Run192

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hitting .318 with 11 homers. Pitchers Steve McGuire (8-3) and Tim Burcham (8-4) were standouts. They shared the league lead in victories with Burcham’s 91 strikeouts tops in the circuit. Chuck Finley made his pro debut with Salem, posting a 3-1 record with five saves in 18 games as a member of the Angels’ bullpen. Attendance was 34,450.

1986ond season and again produced a winning team Bruce Hines returned to manage Salem for a sec-

when the Angels went 38-36. Despite finishing third, seven games behind Eugene, the club did well, drawing 37,279 fans. Catcher Mike Knapp paced the plate attack (.295) and earned All-Star honors along with OF Lee Stevens (.281). The ace of the staff was Bill Vanderwel who logged an 8-3 record, 87 strikeouts and a 3.38 ERA.

1987realignment along east-west lines, placing Salem

The Northwest League experimented with

in the Western Division with Eugene, Everett and Bellingham. In their final year as a California affiliate, Salem finished third (34-41), 15 games behind Everett. Under manager Chris Smith, the Angels had a solid pitching staff (3.77 ERA) but finished sixth in hitting (.246), scored the fewest runs and ranked seventh in fielding. Salem’s only All-Star was pitcher Mike Erb who posted a 6-3 record, a 2.44 ERA and 98 strikeouts. Though attendance remained steady (34,181), local ownership sold the team after the season.

1988Los Angeles Dodgers who assigned Tom Bey-

Salem began a new two-year affiliation with the

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ers to manage the team. Again known as the Dodgers (as they were from 1961-65), Salem finished the season 43-33 and drew 34,927 to the ballpark. Before the season, the Northwest League returned to the circuit’s traditional north-south realignment putting all four Oregon teams in the same division. Salem finished second, three games behind Southern Oregon. Shortstop Rafael Bournigal paced the plate attack (.313) while Gordon Hershiser (7-0) and Ken Luckham (7-2) led the team’s hurlers.

1989the franchise relocated to Yakima and for the

The season is best remembered as the last before

team’s starting catcher, Mike Piazza. Tom Beyers returned for his second season as manager and led the Dodgers to a 41-35 record, good for third place, 4 ½ games behind Southern Oregon. Attendance was 30,049. The 21-year old Piazza was the team’s only All-Star after hitting .268 with eight home runs and 25 RBI’s. Ramon Taveras was Salem’s best pitcher with a 7-1 record and a 2.07 ERA.

1990-96professional baseball, the Northwest

In the seven years Salem was without

League made only one franchise shift: Bend moved its operations to Portland for the 1995 season. The Boise Hawks emerged as the league’s dominant team, winning four titles in five years. In 1996, Bellingham was forced to consider relocation because of the declining condition of their city-owned ballpark. In September, Bellingham owners Bill Tucker and Jerry Walker formally announced plans to move their franchise to Salem-Keizer and build a ballpark there in time for the 1997 season.

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PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL IN SALEM-KEIZER YEAR 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953(1) 1953(2) 1954(1) 1954(2) 1955(1) 1955(2) 1956(1) 1956(2) 1957(1) 1957(2) 1958(1) 1958(2) 1959(1) 1959(2) 1960(1) 1960(2) 1961(1) 1961(2) 1962(1) 1962(2) 1963(1) 1963(2) 1964(1) 1964(2) 1965(1) 1965(2) 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010+ 2011 2012 2013 2014

TEAM Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Senators Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Dodgers Senators Senators Senators Senators Angels Angels Angels Angels Angels Angels Angels Dodgers Dodgers VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES VOLCANOES

W -L 69-77 63-69 60-74 79-63 80-68 73-88 64-87 57-92 74-68 74-78 40-23 39-35 33-40 38-26 42-23 33-31 25-39 39-29 35-31 34-36 26-38 21-51 43-26 30-41 22-44 34-42 40-29 34-37 38-33 36-34 38-28 43-31 34-30 44-32 26-44 21-46 22-46 25-44 33-39 34-36 36-34 34-36 31-39 35-39 39-35 38-36 34-41 43-33 41-35 40-36 43-33 37-39 36-40 51-25 41-35 43-33 37-39 45-31 55-21 57-19 40-36 49-27 31-45 34-42 32-44 47-29 38-38

PCT. .473 .477 .448 .556 .541 .453 .424 .383 .521 .487 .635 .527 .452 .594 .646 .516 .391 .574 .530 .486 .406 .292 .623 .423 .333 .447 .580 .479 .535 .514 .576 .581 .531 .579 .371 .313 .324 .362 .458 .486 .514 .486 .443 .473 .527 .514 .453 .566 .539 .526 .566 .487 .474 .671 .539 .566 .487 .592 .724 .750 .526 .645 .408 .447 .421 .618 .500

GB 16.5 25.5 20 9.5 4 26.5 35.5 34.5 19 21.5 --5 12.5 3 --7.5 20 2.5 3 11 14 21.5 --10 20.5 8.5 2.5 8.5 2.5 4.5 1.5 2.5 7 2 20.5 25 23 10.5 10.5 3 6 --20 10 1 7 15 3 4.5 4 --2 4 +14 3 +4 5 1 +12 +19.5 --+10 18 12 15 +6.0 6

Place 5 4 3 2 4 6 6 8 3 4 1# 6 8 3 1# 3 6 2 3 3 6 6 1# 6 5 5 2 4 2t 2t 3 2 3 2 6 6 3 3 3 2 2 1** 4 3 2t 3 3 2 3 3 1** 3 3 1** 2t 1# 3 2 1** 1** 1# 1** 4 4 3 1%^ 2

Attendance N/A N/A N/A 103,000 98,247 77,659 67,495 56,935 109,976 83,047 81,305

Manager John “Bunny” Griffiths John “Bunny” Griffiths Charley Petersen Leo Edwards/Ted Gullic Jack Wilson Jack Wilson Bill Beard Ad Liska Hugh Luby Hugh Luby

48,438

Hugh Luby Harvey Storey Hugh Luby

66,441

Hugh Luby

66,629

Hugh Luby

63,029 47,756

Bill Brenner Don Lundberg Vern Kindsfather

66,607

Karl Kuehl

43,231

Karl Kuehl

72,703

Stan Wasiak

56,857

Stan Wasiak

57,037

Stan Wasiak

51,914

Stan Wasiak

43,585 11,860 8,140 15,904 35,268 30,174 37,392 31,458 30,800 34,450 37,259 34,181 34,927 30,049 136,836 133,980 124,627 125,409 115,340 122,334 119,556 118,929 108,418 118,622 118,722 112,425 106,590 96,219 105,973 101,785 98,024 95,083

Stan Wasiak Carl Thompson Carl Thompson Gene Lanthorn Randy Lamb Rick Ingalls Joe Maddon Joe Maddon Larry Patterson Bruce Hines Bruce Hines Chris Smith Tom Beyers Tom Beyers Shane Turner Keith Comstock Frank Reberger Fred Stanley Fred Stanley Fred Stanley Joe Strain Joe Strain Steve Decker Steve Decker Steve Decker Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Gary Davenport Gary Davenport

(1) 1st Half (2) 2nd Half ** Won NWLCS #Lost NWLCS + First season with split schedule % 1st-half champion ^ 2nd-half champion

AFFILIATIONS 1940-1954 1955-1960 1961-1965 1977-1980

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1981-1987 1988-1989 1997-Present

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HISTORY: THE BELLINGHAM ERA For most of its history—24 years—the franchise that became the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes played in Bellingham, Washington (19731996). However, the roots of the Volcanoes’ family tree begin with the original Medford franchise in 1967. After a two-year affiliation with the San Francisco Giants (1967-68), Medford entered a partnership with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1969 that brought manager Bill Berrier to the Rogue Valley. He led the team through 1971 when the franchise moved to Spokane for one year. Following the 1972 season, Spokane rejoined the Pacific Coast League and the city’s Northwest League franchise, still affiliated with the Dodgers and still managed by Bill Berrier, established operations in Bellingham. Berrier would serve as Bellingham manager through 1976. In 1977, the Seattle Mariners began play as an American League expansion franchise. Because of the proximity of the two cities, Seattle asked Bellingham to become their farm team in 1977. The affiliation lasted 18 years. Jerry Walker and Bill Tucker purchased the Bellingham Mariners franchise in 1989 and retained Seattle as the parent club through 1994. The San Francisco Giants signed a player development contract with Walker and Tucker and moved their affiliation from Everett to Bellingham in 1995, becoming the Bellingham Giants. The team played two seasons there before announcing its move to Salem-Keizer on September 6, 1996.

The Bellingham record Year

Team Name

W-L

Pct.

GB

Place

Attend.

1973

Dodgers

42-37

.532

2.5

2

38,396

1974

Dodgers

52-32

.619

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1

30,350

1975

Dodgers

17-61

.218

25.5

3

21,357

1976

Dodgers

30-42

.417

16

4

23,225

1977

Mariners

42-26

.618

---

1

36,730

1978

Mariners

41-30

.577

6.5

3

29,739

1979

Mariners

41-31

.569

0.5

2

31,741

1980

Mariners

45-25

.643

---

1

42,292

1981

Mariners

39-31

.557

---

1

21,390

1982

Mariners

33-37

.471

1

2

17,211

1983

Mariners

40-28

.588

---

1

12,944

1984

Mariners

42-32

.568

4

2

15,812

1985

Mariners

39-35

.527

1

2

18,343 14,916

1986

Mariners

45-29

.608

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1

1987

Mariners

30-46

.395

19.5

4

22,183

1988

Mariners

25-51

.329

17

4

15,015

1989

Mariners

32-43

.427

9

3

31,685

1990

Mariners

32-44

.421

17

4

52,461

1991

Mariners

37-39

.487

7

3

60,484

1992

Mariners

43-33

.566

---

1

68,928

1993

Mariners

44-32

.579

---

1

74,900

1994

Mariners

42-34

.553

7

2

71,256

1995

Giants

43-33

.566

---

1

54,104

1996

Giants

39-36

.520

0.5

2

48,417

Playoffs 1974

Eugene 2

Bellingham 1

1986

Bellingham 1

Eugene 0

1977

Bellingham 2

Portland 1

1992

Bellingham 2

Bend 0

1980

Bellingham 1

Eugene 1*

1993

Boise 2

Bellingham 0

1981

Medford 2

Bellingham 1

1995

Boise 2

Bellingham 1

1983

Medford 2

Bellingham 0 * Co-Champions

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BELLINGHAM PLAYERS IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES During its 24-year history, the Bellingham franchise produced nearly 100 players who would go on to play Major League Baseball. The most famous alum is Ken Griffey, Jr. who began his career with the Bellingham Mariners in 1987 before joining Seattle in 1989. Here’s the complete list:

BELLINGHAM MARINERS

BELLINGHAM DODGERS Name Jeffrey Leonard Pedro Guerrero Rick Sutcliffe Dave Stewart Mike Scioscia Max Venable

Pos OF 3B P P C OF

Year 1973-4 1974 1974 1975-6 1976 1976

1st Year in Majors 1977 1978 1976 1978 1980 1980

Year 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986

1st Year in Majors 1982 1979 1981 1979 1982 1983 1981 1980 1982 1984 1983 1981 1983 1982 1987 1984 1982 1984 1984 1983 1981 1983 1982 1981 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1983 1987 1988 1986 1986 1989 1987 1986 1985 1991 1987 1988 1989 1989 1994

BELLINGHAM MARINERS Name Bud Anderson Rodney Craig Dave Henderson Jim Lewis Ron Musselman Karl Best Bryan Clark Dave Edler Orlando Mercado Dave Valle Jamie Allen Bud Black Al Chambers Carlos Diaz Mario Diaz Mike Hart Edwin Nunez Jim Presley Ivan Calderon Darnell Coles Dan Firova Rusty McNealy John Moses Paul Serna Ed Vande Berg Matt Young Phil Bradley Lee Guetterman Mark Langston Ricky Nelson Brick Smith Terry Taylor Darrell Akerfelds Dave Hengel Rick Luecken Edgar Martinez Scott Nielsen Bill Wilkinson Calvin Jones Clay Parker Mike Schooler Omar Vizquel Clint Zavares Jim Bowie

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Pos P OF OF P P P P 3B C C 3B P OF P IF OF P SS OF 3B C OF OF 2B P P OF P P OF 1B P P OF P 3B P P P P P SS P 1B

Name Greg Briley Rich DeLucia Tim Fortugno Jerry Goff Patrick Lennon Dave Burba Chuck Carr Mike Gardiner Ken Griffey, Jr. Todd Haney Wade Taylor Lee Hancock Chris Howard Greg Pirkl Jeff Darwin Roger Salkeld Brian Turang Kerry Woodson Jim Converse John Cummings Kevin King Eddy Diaz Shawn Estes Mike Hampton Tim Harikkala Derek Lowe Arquimedez Pozo Chris Widger Bob Wolcott Rafael Carmona Dean Crow Ryan Franklin Raul Ibanez Matt Mantei Scott Davison Trey Moore

Pos 2B-OF P P C-3B OF P OF P OF 2B P P C C-1B P P OF P P P P 2B P P P P IF C P P P P C-OF P P P

Year 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988-9 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991-2 1991 1992-3 1992 1992 1992 1992-3 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994

1st Year in Majors 1988 1990 1992 1990 1991 1990 1990 1990 1989 1994 1991 1995 1991 1993 1994 1993 1993 1992 1993 1993 1993 1997 1995 1993 1995 1997 1995 1995 1995 1995 1998 1999 1996 1995 1995 1998

Pos P 3B 3B P SS P P C SS P 1B C P

Year 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995-6 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996

1st Year in Majors 2000 1997 2000 1998 1999 1998 1998 2001 1998 2001 2000 2007 2001

BELLINGHAM GIANTS Name Lorenzo Barcelo Deivi Cruz Pedro Feliz Joe Fontenot Joe Nathan Russ Ortiz Jim Stoops Yorvit Torrealba Mike Caruso Ryan Jensen Damon Minor Guillermo Rodriguez Ken Vining

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ALL-TIME VOLCANOES ROSTER NAME Abreu, Johany Acha, John Adrianza, Ehire Ainsworth, Kurt Alexander, Kevin Allen, Brandon Allen, Jeff Alvarez, Tim Ambort, Michael Anders, Luke Anderson, Brian Anderson, Keith Anderson, Luke Andra, Jeff Ankrum, C. J. Arnold, Jeff Arroyo, Christian Ashlock, Chad Austin, Shawn Babineaux, Charlie Baeza, Art Baker, Garrett Barnes, Scott Barrows, Derek Bateman, Joe Bauer, Ricky Beacom, Mitchell Bednar, Brandon Beede, Tyler Begg, Chris Bell, Derek Benavidez, Julian Benjamin, Petersen Bertrand, Ben Biagini, Joe Biery, Drew Bilodeau, Keith Blair, Elliott Bocock, Brian Bond, Brock Bond, Casey Bone, Kyle Bonser, Boof Bowker, John Bowlin, Andrew (Drew) Boyer, Brad Boyer, Brett Branca, Stephen Brewer, T. J. Brinson, Morgan Brock, Daniel Broshuis, Garrett Brown, Gary Brown, Trevor Bruso, Greg Bucardo, Jorge Bucardo, Wilber Buechele, Garrett Buller, Dayton Bump, Nate Burg, Alex Burkhart, Dan Burres, Brian Burriss, Emmanuel Busch, Andy Bush, Evan Byas, Mike Cabrera, Leonel Cain, Andrew Calicutt, Steven Callaway, Will Campbell, Raynor Carter, Bryan Casilla, Jose Casper, Brett Cavan, Ryan Cepeda, Ali Cepeda, Benny Cerda, Jose Ciesluk, Chris Clark, Craig Clark, Doug Clark, Richard Cody, Buck

YEAR 2005 2004 2008 1999 2000 2011 1998 2003 2007, 2008 2009 2005 2001 2000, 2003 1997 1997 2010 2014 2000-01 1997 2004-05 1997 2007 2008 2003 2002-03 2007 2012 2013 2014 2008 2000, 2002 2001 2001 1998 2012 2009 2011-12 2013 2006 2007 2008 2004 2000 2004 2008-09 2006 2003 2012 2007 2008 2010-11 2004 2010 2012 2002 2009 2007-09, 11 2011 2002 1998 2010 2010-11 2001 2006 2005 2006 1997 2002 2012 2006, 09 2014 2010 2000-01 2008-09 1997-98 2009 1999 2005 2000 2003 2007 1998 1997 2005

DOB 4/3/84 6/3/81 8/21/89 9/9/78 9/15/80 8/15/91 6/8/76 1/5/81 4/23/85 10/2/86 5/25/83 1/6/79 4/9/78 9/9/75 12/11/75 1/13/88 5/30/95 7/17/78 3/30/74 5/16/81 3/31/74 11/16/83 9/5/87 11/20/80 5/6/80 3/1/83 7/4/89 3/21/92 5/23/93 9/12/79 9/22/76 4/14/82 10/2/78 8/5/75 5/29/90 5/14/86 9/17/89 2/3/88 3/9/85 9/11/85 10/5/84 6/30/80 10/14/81 7/8/83 12/28/86 10/4/83 8/8/80 4/10/89 8/30/84 12/11/86 12/28/87 12/18/81 9/28/88 11/15/91 5/5/80 10/18/89 11/20/87 10/23/89 6/22/81 7/24/76 8/9/87 3/6/89 4/8/81 1/17/85 10/28/81 4/25/84 4/21/76 1/10/81 3/24/90 2/7/84 12/14/89 7/15/87 2/25/78 5/21/89 11/24/75 6/28/87 9/27/76 5/2/83 5/14/77 2/6/83 7/9/84 3/5/76 11/1/77 6/22/82

Gms 22 38 1 10 24 13 60 14 74 58 27 57 28 8 74 36 58 13 13 102 6 73 2 33 45 15 1 50 2 2 97 50 15 8 14 59 22 11 39 42 68 15 10 31 27 61 47 40 14 3 107 5 6 33 14 15 46 54 19 2 19 59 14 65 36 32 71 44 44 18, 2 43 45 130 27 68 58 24 6 17 4 12 59 6 15

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Pos IF-OF IF IF P SS-2B P OF P C-DH-1B 1B-DH P C P P 1B C SS P P OF-DH 3B-SS OF-DH P 3B P P P 2B-SS-3B-DH P P 1B-DH 3B P C P 3B-1B-DH P 1B-CF-DH 2B-SS 2B OF C P OF P 2B OF SS-2B P P 1B-3B-DH P OF-DH C P P P 3B-2B C P C-1B-DH C P SS C IF CF IF OF P 3B 2B-3B-OF OF P RF SS-DH OF P C 3B P OF P P

NAME Cole, Hunter Concepcion, Edward Connolly, Keith Connolly, Michael Conte, Nick Contreras, Anthony Cook, Dan Cook, Josh Copeland, Ben Cordido, Julio Corgan, Chance Cornier, Gabriel Correia, Kevin Coutlangus, Jon Couture, Kevin Cowart, Adam Cox, Ryan Cozier, Vance Cram, Josh Cranston, Jared Crawford, Brandon Crawford, Evan Cunningham, Jeremy Curry, Caleb Cutspec, Brice D’Alessio, Andy D’Jesus, Francisco Daeley, Scott Davis, Andrew Davis, Dylan Davis, Paul Davis, Robert De La Garza, Andy De La Rose, Carlos DeAbreu, Milton Deacon, Jared Dean, Mike Delfino, Mitchell Diaz, Felix Diaz, Randor Dibbens, Derek Dixon, D. J. Dobson, Pat Dominguez, Chris Downing, Kaohi Downs, Matt Dryer, Matt Duffy, Matthew Dunning, Jake Duvall, Adam Dyche, Joey Eberle, Sam Edens, Joe Edlefsen, Steve Edwards, Bruce Egart, Tim Eifel, Mike Ellison, Jason Encinosa, E.J. Encinosa, Eduardo English, Jesse Escalante, Eugene Escobar, Edwin Eshleman, John Espineli, Geno Esteves, Jake Ewing, Skyler Faas, Matthew Faircloth, Chad Fargas, Johneeshwy Farley, Joe Farmer, Jason Faust, Wesley Featherstone, Deron Felix, Maximo Felmy, Bobby Fern, Chris Fields, Brian Fitzgerald, Justin Flaherty, Tim Flick, Brennan Florence, Branden Flores, Jose Flores, Kendry

YEAR 2014 2010 1998 2013 2004 2005 2008-09 1999-00 2005 1999 2007 2013 2002 2003 2010 2006 1999 1999 2001-02 2006-07 2008 2009 1999 2008-09 2011 2007 2000, 2003 1999 2007 2014 2011 2006 2007 2007 1997 2014 1998 2012 2000 2003 2010 2005 2003 2009 2010-11 2007 2002 2012 2010 2010 2005 2012-13 2008 2007 2007 2007 2008 2000 2013-14 2013 2006-07 2013 2010 2009-11 2004 1998 2014 2000 1997 2014 1997-98-00 2000 2000 1999-00 2004 2006 2013 1998-99 2008 1997 2010-11 2001 2007-08 2011-12

DOB 10/3/92 10/3/88 12/9/74 10/31/91 1/18/82 9/26/83 6/15/86 6/1/78 12/17/83 7/30/80 4/25/86 6/10/92 8/24/80 10/21/80 4/20/88 8/18/83 12/25/76 9/26/77 8/22/80 4/18/85 1/21/87 8/5/88 8/4/78 4/23/86 12/7/87 9/23/84 4/12/81 2/25/77 2/11/84 7/20/93 1/29/89 12/31/83 10/20/84 7/15/84 3/10/78 8/25/91 8/2/77 1/13/91 7/27/80 9/13/82 8/7/87 12/11/82 12/8/80 11/22/86 5/7/86 3/19/84 11/12/79 1/15/91 8/12/88 9/4/88 10/27/82 2/1/90 11/3/88 6/27/85 9/23/84 3/13/85 8/13/85 4/4/78 8/5/91 8/5/91 9/13/84 6/25/91 4/22/92 4/8/89 9/8/82 7/31/75 8/22/92 1/5/77 4/25/75 12/15/94 4/23/79 5/6/79 12/3/77 6/20/77 11/9/82 4/29/84 8/22/91 8/21/74 3/3/86 7/11/76 9/12/89 4/3/78 8/17/87 11/24/91

Gms 27 16 21 6 44 22 86 69 29 70 2 25 10 51 11 15 8 15 29 26 1 31 7 111 28 4 24 69 72 23 2 14 18 15 7 21 52 41 3 2 1 42 15 47 76 73 41 47 18 54 70 96 24 18 53 20 18 74 27 14 27 39 14 77 22 1 51 24 31 49 29 16 15 16 21 55 8 33 14 32 38 32 118 10

Pos OF P P P C SS IF-OF IF OF 3B P C P OF P P P P P P SS OF P OF-DH 1B DH-1B P (’00); C (’03) CF 3B-SS OF P C P P P C C-DH 3B P OF C DH-C OF 3B-1B-DH P(’10)-2B-3B-OF 2B-1B-3B 3B-1B SS P 2B-3B-1B CF C-1B-3B-DH P P OF P P CF P P P C P 3B-SS-2B P P 1B P OF-3B-1B CF P P P P C RF P P P C P DH-OF 2B-SS-3B P

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ALL-TIME VOLCANOES ROSTER NAME Floyd, Jesse Foltin, Wayne Foppert, Jesse Forjet, Jason Frandsen, Kevin Frazier, Carlos Frias, Juan Frias, Vladimir (Pepe) Fuentes, Joel Fuentes, Leonardo Galindo, Jesus Gann, Bryan Garcia, Aramis Garcia, James Gardeck, Ian Gardner, Adam Garrido, Tomas George, Chris Gillaspie, Conor Gloor, Chris Gonzalez, Nicholas Goodrich, Randy Grabham, Brandon Graham, Elgin Graham, Matt Graham, Tyler Graves, Brandon Greene, Clay Gregorio, Joan Griffin, Dan Grochol, Bryan Gross, Kyle Groth, Brad Gunther, Barry Gutierrez, Henry Haad, Yamid Habel, Josh Haines, Kyle Hall, Cody Hannaman, Ryan Harrelson, Jim Harris, Devin Harrison, Seth Harrold, Stephen Hedrick, Justin Hennessey, Brad Hensley, Clay Henson, Kyle Hernandez, Javier Hill, Kentrell Hill, Steve Hills, Mark Hinshaw, Alex Hixson, David Hobson, Gib Hollick, Tyler Holm, Steve Holst, Micah Honeycutt, Ryan Horan, Tyler Hornostaj, Aaron Horwitz, Brian Huller, Mike Huntingford, Matt Hutchings, Mark Hutchison, Wes Hutting, Tim Irving, Brian Ishikawa, Travis Izturis, Julio Jackson, Chris Jarvis, Jason Jefferson, Andrew Jennings, Todd Jensen, Ryan Jenson, Kevin Jernigan, Karl Jester, Joe Jimenez, Reinaldo Joaquin, Waldis Johnson, Chase Johnson, Chris Johnson, Eric Johnson, Stephen

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DOB 1/2/81 12/11/82 7/10/80 1/4/90 5/24/82 11/1/78 6/27/79 9/6/86 5/27/76 11/29/92 8/23/90 4/7/78 1/12/93 2/3/80 11/21/90 2/14/82 8/27/81 10/13/80 7/18/87 3/7/87 6/26/92 11/8/76 1/30/89 2/15/78 5/1/90 1/25/84 8/7/86 11/10/74 1/12/92 9/29/84 10/4/77 12/11/78 5/13/83 3/18/82 5/7/83 9/2/77 9/10/80 7/28/82 1/6/88 8/28/81 11/17/78 4/23/88 7/22/92 3/12/89 6/8/82 2/7/80 8/31/79 12/7/86 9/27/87 10/27/90 12/10/75 8/12/78 10/31/82 9/13/78 1/13/85 9/16/92 10/21/79 3/5/77 9/6/88 12/2/90 5/19/83 11/7/82 8/25/77 3/5/79 9/18/76 5/31/79 10/29/81 4/24/86 9/24/83 8/29/89 1/20/80 10/1/87 4/27/80 12/10/81 9/17/75 4/7/81 4/15/79 7/17/78 1/4/78 12/25/86 1/9/92 8/24/91 9/12/77 2/21/91

Gms 14 17 14 15 25 11 4 53 20 7 62 66 20 14 12 19 37 13 18 29 15 17 4 19 52 50 21 33 16 8 28 8 13 44 48 6 16 32 23 4 6 27 37 18 11 9 15 30 15 71 55 37 25 25 14 43 83 117 28 44 68 71 22 62 19 25 64 21 89 73 17 2 49 76 16 6 34 72 24 15 10 31 38 17

Pos P P P P 2B-SS OF P SS SS OF CF-RF 2B C P P P SS-3B P 3B P P P P P P OF P OF P P DH-OF P SS-DH C C C P P P P P OF CF P P P P C P OF 2B-3B-SS P P P P OF C-3B OF OF LF-RF-DH 2B OF P OF P P SS P 1B 2B-SS P P P C P P CF SS-2B P P P P P P

NAME Jones, Charles (Chuckie) Jones, Chris Jones, Christian Jones, Jonathan Jones, Ryan Jones, Ryder Jordan, Shane Joseph, Kevin Jurica, Carter Kaufman, Shane Kay, Brett Keating, Matt Kelly, Kevin Kenna, David King, Aaron Kiyono, Masashi Kline, Devan Kline, Trent Klink, Simon Knight, Dusten Knoedler, Justin Knowlton, Jay Krill, Brett Kunes, Mike Kurrasch, Joseph LaBarbera, A. J. Lamb, Cameron Larreal, Guillermo LaTorre, Tyler Lee, Fletcher Leenhouts, Andrew Lewis, Fred Lichtenthaler, Christian Lincecum, Tim Lindsey, Shawn Lindsley, Brooks Linebrink, Scott Liriano, Francisco Loberg, Mike Lofton, Chris Lollis, Ryan Lopez, Luis Lopez, Nelson Loree, Mike Lormand, Ryan Lowenstein, Aaron Lowry, Noah Ludwig, Kellen Lunsford, Trey Lussier, Buster Luster, Jeremiah Luster, Jeremy Luther, Ryan Macfarland, Steve Mach, Kyle Mackay, Doug Maday, Daryl Maestrales, Peter Magruder, Chris Maldonado, Ed Malerich, Will Maloney, Brian Maltos-Garcia, Arturo Mantle, Ryan Mapes, Jake Markert, Jackson Marlowe, Chris Maroul, David Marte, Kelvin Martin, Sean Martinez-Esteve, Eddy Martinez, Joey Martinez, Juan Martinez, Rafael Massoni, Craig Matos, Raymond Mattern, Erik McArthur, Evan McAuliff, Jimbo McBryde, Mike McCall, Shilo McCasland, Jacob McCormick, Phil McDowell, Arturo “Scoop”

YEAR 2011-12 1998 2013 2013-14 2012, 13, 14 2014 2007 1997-98 2010 2008, 2010 2014 2000-01 2002 1997-98 2008, 10, 11 1998 2010 2008 2004 2014 2001 2003 2011 2003-04 2012-13 2003 2010-12 1997 2006-07 1999 2013-14 2002 2014 2006 1998 2008-09 1997 2001 2008, 2010 2010 2009 1997 2002 2008 2008 2009 2001 2003, 2005 2000-03 2006 2007-08 1998-99 1999 2007-08 2010 2004 2007 2001-02 1998 2000-01 1997 2011 2013 2008-09 1999 2000 2013 2005 2008 2003 2004 2005 2009 2011 2014 2002 1998-99 2009 2001 2006 2013-14 2014 2011 1998

DOB 7/28/92 8/29/79 1/27/91 2/15/92 9/8/90 6/7/94 11/26/84 8/1/76 9/23/88 12/11/85 4/11/91 8/14/77 3/21/80 3/16/78 4/27/89 3/16/75 10/15/87 7/22/84 12/21/81 9/7/90 7/17/80 12/8/79 1/24/89 9/16/81 6/19/91 3/17/80 5/29/89 2/3/76 4/22/83 1/29/76 3/28/90 12/9/80 10/8/91 6/15/84 4/9/77 10/25/86 8/4/76 10/26/83 3/24/85 5/20/89 12/16/86 4/3/78 7/28/80 9/14/86 10/30/85 6/9/85 10/10/80 11/19/82 5/25/79 11/7/85 8/31/86 6/10/77 1/21/77 11/17/85 11/8/86 3/29/83 8/12/85 7/4/79 4/26/77 1/3/79 10/25/75 10/4/88 8/2/91 7/12/86 3/1/79 2/9/79 10/26/89 2/15/83 11/24/87 3/27/80 7/14/83 2/26/83 12/26/86 7/9/88 10/29/91 2/23/83 3/23/76 6/29/84 5/21/79 3/22/85 6/2/94 9/13/91 9/7/88 9/7/79

Gms 67 14 11 32 102 27 66 40 62 31 40 60 15 69 33 2 5 29 67 24 13 8 52 39 12 11 30 13 37 26 18 58 3 2 30 64 3 2 83 52 52 1 5 15 70 11 8 17 62 22 54 90 61 10 48 16 14 79 47 58 21 4 10 34 12 21 7 44 8 10 10 15 67 13 21 18 65 10 20 71 46 22 23 47

Pos OF P P 1B 2B 3B CF P SS P 2B 1B-DH 3B 3B-DH-C P P P C-DH 3B P P 3B RF P P 2B P P C P P OF 2B P OF IF-OF-DH P P 1B-OF-DH OF OF DH P P 2B-SS C P P C P OF 1B C-IF-OF P 3B-SS P P 3B-OF-DH OF SS-2B P P P OF-DH C P P SS P P OF P 2B P OF P 2B-SS-3B DH OF CF OF P P OF

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ALL-TIME VOLCANOES ROSTER NAME McGowan, Sean McGrath, Ryan McKae, Dave McMains, Derin McNiven, Brooks McVay, Mason McVey, Cameron Meagher, Brian Meaux, Ryan Medina, Jose Melendez, Rene Mella, Keury Mende, Sam Mendoza, Carlos Mendoza, Lorenzo Mercedes, Luis Mergenthaler, Michael Messner, Jake Metzger, Brennan Meyer, Rob Miller, Benji Miller, Blake Miller, Ethan Millikan, Bryan Minicozzi, Mark Minor, Matt Miranda, Mikey Misch, Pat Mitchell, Ben Mixon, David Mizenko, Tyler Monnell, Johnny Montero, Raymundo Montes, Albert Mooney, Mike Moran, Gary Moreno, Anthony Moronta, Reyes Mosier, Mark Mota, Pedro Munter, Scott Murray, Mike Musgrave, Mike Nathan, Joe Neal, Thomas Neff, Steven Neitz, Jason Nelson, Luke NeSmith, Travis Newton, David Nicholson, Bryan Niekro, Lance Nielsen, Tom Niemet, Bob Nieto, Ben Nova, Juan Ochoa, Leonardo Odle, Oliver Odom, John Ojeda, Joseph Okert, Steven Olivo, Gary Oquendo, Nelvin Ortiz, Randy Ortmeier, Daniel Oseguera, Paul Otero, Cristian Otero, Danny Otero, Will Ozias, Todd Padgett, Daniel Palmer, Matt Palumbo, Jeff Paniagua, Armando Panik, Joe Pannell, Jonathan (J.J.) Pannone, Anthony Paterson, Joe Paul, Adam Paul, Ryan Paulino, Adalberto Pavon, Julio Payne, Shawn Peguero, Francisco

YEAR 1999 2007 2005 2001 2003 2012 2013-14 1999 2001 2009-10 2014 2014 2014 1997 2011-13 1998 2012 1999 2012 2001 1998 2013 2014 2005 2005 2004-05 2001 2003 2002 2007 2012 2008 2011-14 2001 2004-05 2009 2003-04 2013 1997 1998 2001-02 2010-11 2003 1997 2006 2013-14 2007-08 2002 2003 2006, 2010 2012 2000 1997-98 1999 2005 2013 2011 2007 2004, 2006 1998-99 2012 1997 1997 2013-14 2002 2006 2013 2007 1997 1998 2000-01 2002 2004 2012-14 2011 2008 2001 2007 2006-07 2006 2004-05 2000 2011 2008-09

DOB 5/15/77 12/20/82 11/24/81 11/3/79 6/19/81 8/15/90 10/18/88 5/11/77 10/5/78 11/29/86 1/20/95 8/2/93 1/9/90 11/27/79 8/6/91 1/13/78 1/6/89 5/18/77 12/15/89 12/15/78 5/2/76 4/25/90 11/19/90 8/13/83 2/11/83 9/20/82 6/10/79 8/18/81 10/2/79 9/10/84 4/9/90 3/27/86 9/20/89 12/11/79 6/8/83 5/21/85 5/4/83 1/6/93 6/13/74 2/28/78 3/7/80 4/24/88 4/10/84 11/22/74 8/17/87 2/24/89 4/24/84 9/28/79 4/26/82 3/4/86 10/31/89 1/29/79 7/28/76 8/23/76 4/4/84 10/7/91 10/20/89 7/11/85 1/6/82 9/27/76 7/9/91 5/22/74 8/14/79 6/15/93 5/11/81 1/6/84 3/30/93 2/19/85 9/30/76 8/19/76 1/7/78 3/21/79 3/6/82 11/10/90 10/30/90 9/22/85 7/7/81 5/19/86 2/17/84 8/10/84 6/7/82 6/14/76 7/13/89 6/1/88

Gms Pos 63 1B-DH 16 P 19 P 69 2B (Coach: 08-09) 16 P 18 P 22 P 17 P 17 P 95 OF-DH 5 C 6 P 12 3B 33 SS 23 P 4 SS-2B 39 OF 8 DH 38 OF 70 OF 30 P 25 1B-3B 14 P 20 P 70 2B 38 P 59 SS 14 P 25 P 17 P 24 P 43 DH-C 6 P 17 P 76 RF 23 P 25 P 6 P 19 3B 8 OF 25 P 83 DH-C 15 P 18 P 50 OF-DH 26 P 34 P 14 P 14 P 7 P 3 1B 49 3B-DH 28 P 18 1B-OF 5 P 10 P 29 OF 1 P 35 P 21 P 15 P 3 P 4 3B 1 OF 49 OF-DH 16 P 16 2B-SS 22 P 46 SS-3B 27 P 24 P 16 P 65 SS-2B 18 P 69 SS 16 P 14 P 9 P 29 P 12 P 43 IF-OF 14 P 57 OF 67 OF-DH

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NAME Pekar, Jason Pendley, Nathan Pene, Ryan Pereira, Nick Petersen, Jeff Pichardo, Kelvin Pill, Brett Pinango, Ever Pinon, Alex Pohl, Jeff Polonius, John Portorreal, Daniel Posey, Buster Pourron, Joey Price, Ryne Priess, Matt Proszek, Addison Pucetas, Kevin Pujadas, Fernando Putman, Rickey Quinowski, David Quintana, Carlos Quirarte, Edwin Ragira, Brian Raguse, Matt Ramirez, Erasmo Ransom, Cody Ransom, Troy Rapp, Joseph Ray, John Reichard, Andrew (Andy) Reina, Jesus Relaford, Travious Reyes, Jose Reynoso, Ismael Ricardo, Dashenko Rice, Nathan Rigueiro, Rafael Riley, Mike Rodriguez, Guillermo Rodriguez, Mario Rodriguez, Rafael Rodriguez, Wilmin Rogers, Taylor Rogers, Tyler Rohlinger, Ryan Roibal, Reinier Rojas, Leo Rojas, Leonardo Rojas, Nestor Romo, Andrew Romo, Sergio Ronick, Ari Rosin, Seth Ross, Ty Rothford, Chad Runzler, Dan Rusova, Ivan Sabino, Miguel Sack, Darren Sadowski, Ryan Salsgiver, Lance Sanchez, Eury Sanchez, Jonathan Sanchez, Jose Sandoval, Pablo Sanford, Shawn Santana, Manny Santiago, Gaspar Santoro, Mike Santos, Francisco (Deivis) Santos, Josh Schierholtz, Nate Schmidt, Jeremy Schmidt, Jesse Schoop, Sharlon Schumer, Justin Scoma, Ryan Serrano, Sammy Serrato, Juan Shabala, Adam Shackleford, Stephen Shadle, Jake Shriner, Jesse

YEAR 2000 2004 1999 2005 2003 2006 2006 2002 2001-02 1997 2013 2003 2008 1999 2009 1997 2010 2006 2014 2005 2005; 09 2008, 2010 2008 2013 2004-05 1998 1998 1999, 2001 2012 2007 2008 2003-04 2014 2013-14 2000 2012 1997 2000 1997 1997-98-99 2009-10,12 2010,12 2006-07 2009-10 2013 2006 2011 2013-14 2013 2006 2009-10 2005 2008 2010 2013 2007 2007-08 2007 1999 2004 2003 2006 2014 2004 2003, 2005 2005 2010 2002 2012 2005 2000 1998 2003 2002 2003 2006-07 2010 2010 1998 2002 2000 2010-11 2013 2010

DOB 1/1/79 9/5/81 2/11/77 9/22/82 10/16/81 10/13/85 9/9/84 12/22/81 10/10/78 3/1/76 1/13/91 1/29/82 3/27/87 3/12/77 5/27/86 11/24/74 4/17/87 11/27/84 1/2/92 10/1/82 4/23/86 6/14/86 12/20/86 1/22/92 9/28/82 4/29/76 2/17/76 7/9/78 11/27/89 9/5/84 12/4/84 4/20/84 5/13/92 1/3/91 6/17/78 3/1/90 4/19/74 5/20/77 1/2/75 5/15/78 8/21/88 7/13/92 5/13/85 6/5/87 12/17/90 10/7/83 1/9/89 6/11/90 6/11/90 11/18/83 6/20/87 3/4/83 3/25/86 11/2/88 1/17/92 4/27/85 3/30/85 11/5/86 9/29/78 7/19/82 10/4/82 11/21/83 11/8/92 11/19/82 10/11/81 8/11/86 8/28/88 8/4/80 9/23/89 8/20/82 3/9/74 2/3/77 2/15/84 11/15/79 10/27/81 4/15/87 8/2/88 9/12/87 12/3/76 11/4/81 2/6/78 5/5/89 4/25/90 2/24/85

Gms 24 15 40 14 17 6 60 28 97 18 39 12 3 8 20 46 13 15 36 17 41 58 26 47 25 9 71 43 64 3 15 18 70 15 18 47 13 28 15 45 49 55 18 37 14 65 14 12 17 4 13 15 16 6 31 70 28 3 10 16 15 35 28 6 12 75 22 27 15 10 2 11 35 9 64 62 6 68 48 9 59 29 21 29

Pos DH-OF P OF-1B P P P 1B OF 2B-SS-3B P 2B-SS-3B P C P C C P P C P P IF P 1B-LF-RF-DH P P SS OF (’99); P (’01) 1B C P P SS P SS-2B-3B C P P P C P LF P P P 3B P C C C P P P P C 1B-DH P P P P P OF P P P 3B P C-1B P OF 1B P 3B P OF SS P OF C-DH P OF-DH P P C-1B-OF

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ALL-TIME VOLCANOES ROSTER NAME Singer, Kirk Slania, Daniel Slater, Austin Smith, Chase Smith, Jake Smith, Joe Snelten, Donald Snodgrass, Jack Snyder, Ben Sobieraj, Aaron Soptic, Jeff Sosa, Carlos Staley, Joe Stanton, Chris Stoffel, Jason Stolp, Eric Stone, David Strain, Ryan Strankman, Elliott Stratton, Chris Stromsmoe, Skyler Summers, John Surkamp, Eric Sy, Jeremy Takahashi, Kurt Tanner, Clayton Taschner, Jack Thomas, Ben Thompson, Will Thurmond, Ben Timpner, Clay Todd, Chris Tommasini, Kevin Toole, Jeremy Torcato, Tony Travis, Jesse Treadway, Brion Trinidad, Juan Trumble, Danny Tuntland, Ryan Turco, Anthony Turco, Paul Turpen, Daniel Urban, Jeff Uzzell, Todd Valderrama, Carlos Valdez, Jose

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DOB 12/1/89 5/24/92 12/13/92 9/30/81 6/2/90 4/1/78 5/29/92 12/10/87 7/20/85 6/3/81 4/8/91 5/19/83 5/8/89 4/4/83 9/15/88 8/18/84 12/30/79 10/15/80 1/13/77 8/22/90 3/30/84 11/16/76 7/16/87 10/14/89 2/22/74 12/5/87 4/21/78 6/3/89 11/20/82 10/2/81 5/13/83 9/20/82 1/18/75 6/17/88 10/25/79 11/4/74 4/1/79 11/6/85 9/29/79 4/30/91 10/8/79 10/17/76 8/17/86 1/25/77 6/22/78 11/30/77 8/1/87

Gms Pos 23 P 12 P 29 OF 20 P 19 P 3 P 9 P 19 P 15 P 75 2B-DH (’02); P (’04) 4 P 4 OF 43 C 26 1B 8 P 36 P 65 OF-1B 40 2B 3 2B 8 P 12 2B 56 1B-3B 5 P 46 SS-DH 10 P 13 P 7 P 27 1B 129 1B 14 P 68 CF 78 IF 20 C-3B-1B 13 P 59 3B 28 P 8 P 24 P 15 1B-OF 36 3B 60 C 44 SS-2B 10 P 5 P 22 P 88 OF-DH 16 P

NAME Vander Tuig, Nick VanElderen, Sean Vazquez, Kyle Vent, Kevin Verdugo, Jason Verdugo, Ryan Vericker, Brad Villalona, Angel Villegas, Ydwin Vogelsong, Ryan Von Schell, Tyler Waddell, Jason Wagner, Mike Wald, Jake Walker, Mark Walter, Randy Webb, Trey Weeks, Joel Wells, Zach Westcott, Craig Weston, Matt Whitaker, Craig Wilding, Taylor Wilfong, Nick Williams, Jackson Williams, Jerome Williams, Jon Williamson, Mac Wilshire, Ben Wilson, Christopher Witter, Adam Wohlgemuth, Trevor Woolard, Glenn Wright, Damon Wright, Mike Yacco, Anthony Yarrow, Stephen Yens, Jose Yntema, Orlando Young, Pat Young, Travis Zambrano, Eliezer Zeigler, Randall Ziegler, CJ Zirelli, Mike Zuniga, Tony

YEAR 2013 2007 2009 1999 1997 2008 2003 2007 2009 1998 2001 2001-02 2003 2002 2000 2002 2008 2009 1997, 1999 2009 2006 2004, 2006 2005 2000 2007 1999 2001, 02, 03 2012 2007 2008 2006 2004 2002 2008 1999 1999, 2002 2012 2004-05 2008-09 2013 1997 2008-09 2012 2009 1999 2002

DOB 12/9/91 9/21/82 6/29/88 6/1/77 3/28/75 4/10/87 5/8/81 8/13/90 9/1/90 7/22/77 7/7/79 6/11/81 9/13/81 2/8/81 8/17/78 4/14/81 2/11/82 11/30/84 2/23/77 3/1/86 5/20/84 11/19/84 10/22/84 11/6/78 5/14/86 12/4/81 5/18/79 7/15/90 3/25/85 11/27/86 2/17/83 10/10/81 4/18/81 10/28/85 3/13/76 12/2/80 11/30/88 10/16/82 2/21/86 3/24/92 9/8/74 9/16/86 8/30/89 11/27/85 1/21/77 1/13/75

Gms Pos 3 P 65 OF 17 P 17 P 16 P 1 P 70 DH-OF-1B 5 3B-DH 3 SS 10 P 75 1B 26 P 64 OF 64 SS 35 OF 69 OF 3 P 31 IF-DH-C 77 OF-DH (’97); P (’99) 7 P 63 OF-DH 19 P 15 P 65 OF-DH 42 C 7 P 66 DH-C 29 OF 2 P 1 P 61 C-DH 7 P 17 P 44 OF 22 C 11 P 53 3B-1B 102 OF-DH 18 P 8 P 76 2B 54 C-DH 14 P 14 1B-DH 25 P 4 3B-DH

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Name Joe Nathan Scott Linebrink Ryan Vogelsong Ryan Jensen Chris Magruder Kurt Ainsworth Cody Ransom Tony Torcato Kevin Joseph Trey Lunsford Jesse Foppert Jerome Williams Erasmo Ramirez Jason Ellison Francisco Santos Carlos Valderrama Nate Bump Kevin Correia Noah Lowry Lance Niekro Felix Diaz Brad Hennessey Justin Knoedler Scott Munter Jack Taschner Adam Shabala Clay Hensley Francisco Liriano Dan Ortmeier Doug Clark Travis Ishikawa Kevin Frandsen Boof Bonser Jonathan Sanchez Fred Lewis Brian Burres Pat Misch Jon Coutlangus Tim Lincecum Nate Schierholtz Guillermo Rodriguez Brian Bocock Steve Holm Clay Timpner John Bowker Emmanuel Burriss Alex Hinshaw Brian Horwitz Sergio Romo Geno Espineli Ryan Rohlinger Pablo Sandoval Matt Palmer Conor Gillaspie Joe Martinez Matt Downs Ryan Sadowski Waldis Joaquin Dan Runzler Buster Posey Jesse English Joe Paterson Brandon Crawford

Pos P P P P OF P SS 3B-OF P C P P P OF 1B-OF OF P P P 1B P P C P P OF P P OF OF 1B 2B P P OF P P P P OF C SS C OF OF SS P OF P P 3B C P 3B P IF P P P C P P SS

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Date of MLB Debut 4-21-1999 4-15-2000 9-02-2000 5-19-2001 9-04-2001 9-05-2001 9-05-2001 7-26-2002 8-01-2002 9-12-2002 4-14-2003 4-26-2003 4-30-2003 5-09-2003 6-18-2003 6-21-2003 6-28-2003 7-10-2003 9-05-2003 9-05-2003 5-13-2004 8-7-2004 10-3-2004 5-11-2005 6-11-2005 6-16-2005 7-20-2005 9-05-2005 9-05-2005 9-14-2005 4-18-2006 4-28-2006 5-21-2006 5-28-2006 9-01-2006 9-08-2006 9-21-2006 4-07-2007 5-06-2007 6-11-2007 6-13-2007 3-31-2008 4-40-2008 4-08-2008 4-12-2008 4-20-2008 5-15-2008 5-30-2008 6-26-2008 7-20-2008 8-13-2008 8-14-2008 8-16-2008 9-09-2008 4-07-2009 6-16-2009 6-27-2009 8-04-2009 9-04-2009 9-13-2009 4-5-2010 4-02-2011 5-27-2011

MLB Debut with: San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Texas San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco St. Louis San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Texas San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Florida San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Chicago White Sox San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Diego Minnesota San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Minnesota San Francisco San Francisco Baltimore San Francisco Cincinnati San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Washington Arizona San Francisco

Years in Majors 1999-2000, 2002-09 2000-09 2000-01, 2003-06 2001-03, 2005 2001-05 2001-04 2001-04, 2007-09 2002-05 2002 2002-03 2003-05 2003-07 2003-05, 2007 2003-07 2003 2003 2003-05 2003-08 2003-07 2003, 2005-07 2004 2004-08 2004-06 2005-07 2005-08 2005 2005-08 2005-06, 2008 2005-08 2005-06 2006, 2008-09 2006-07-08 2006-08 2006-08 2006-08-09 2006-08 2006-08 2007 2007-08-09 2007-09 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008 2008-09 2008 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2011 2011

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Name Steve Edlefsen Erik Surkamp Brett Pill Danny Otero Scott Barnes Ryan Verdugo Francisco Paguero Thomas Neal Tyler Graham Jake Dunning Johhny Monell Ehire Adrianza Seth Rosin Joe Panik Adam Duvall Matt Duffy Edwin Escobar Jackson Williams Gary Brown Chris Dominguez

Pos P P 1B P P P OF OF OF P C SS P SS 3B 2B P C OF OF

Year 2011 2011 2011 2007 2008 2008 2008 2006 2007 2010 2008 2008 2010 2011 2010 2012 2010 2007 2010 2009

Date of MLB Debut 8-21-2011 8-27-2011 9-06-2011 4-7-2012 5-30-2012 7-17-2012 8-25-2012 9-2-2012 9-7-2012 6-16-2013 9-5-2013 9-8-2013 3-31-2014 6-21-2014 6/26/14 8/1/14 8/27/14 8/27/14 9/3/14 9/3/14

MLB Debut with: San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Cleveland Kansas City San Francisco Cleveland Arizona San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Texas San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Boston Colorado San Francisco San Francisco

Years in Majors 2011 2011 2011 2012-2014 2012-2013 2012 2012-2013 2012-2013 2012 2013-2014 2013 2013-2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014

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VOLCANOES YEARLY BATTING LEADERS YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

AVERAGE Young Clark McGowan Niekro Benavidez Lewis Hornostaj Horwitz Thompson Burriss Downs Peguero Biery Scoma Panik Williamson Sy Arroyo

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

DOUBLES Ankrum, Casper Torcato Jester Ellison Meyer Sobieraj Vericker Horwitz Mooney Pill Downs Bond Biery Brock Krill C. Jones McCall, Eberle Arroyo

14 15 19 15 19 19 19 24 20 16 33 16 14 15 16 13 14 14

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

TOTAL BASES Young Allen McGowan Niekro Von Schell Walter Vericker Horwitz Mooney Witter Downs Loberg Martinez Scoma Panik Rapp Sy Relaford

133 116 145 108 132 111 133 125 157 121 154 129 110 105 126 111 88 96

.334 .335 .335 .362 .319 .322 .311 .347 .384 .307 .338 .307 .326 .310 .341 .342 .294 .333

GAMES Young Ransom Jester Ellison Von Schell Walter Vericker Horwitz Sandoval McBryde Baker, Downs Loberg Martinez Scoma Panik C. Jones Hollick Relaford TRIPLES Young Ransom Three with Wilfong Huntingford Sobieraj, Walter Ishikawa, Wagner Three with Mooney Boyer Baker Three with Martinez Jurica Galindo, Panik, Payne Mergenthaler Polonius Hollick STOLEN BASES Byas Ransom Daeley Carter, Ellison Carter Lewis Hornostaj Timpner Dyche Burriss Downs Bond Dominguez Lofton Galindo Duffy Hollick Fargas

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RUNS Young Ransom Jester Ellison Von Schell Lewis Ishikawa Palumbo Mooney Burriss Downs Loberg Biery Medina Galindo, Panik C. Jones Hollick Relaford

80 52 67 67 50 43 53 44 57 50 68 53 43 35 49 42 47 45

HITS Young Clark McGowan Ellison Von Schell Lewis Hornostaj Horwitz Mooney Burriss Downs Loberg Biery Scoma Panik Rapp Hollick Arroyo

HOME RUNS Wells Allen McGowan Niekro, Wilfong Von Schell Walter Vericker Klink Yens Witter Rothford Ambort Dominguez, Cavan Jurica, Duvall Staley Rapp Sy Ewing

10 11 15 5 10 6 15 11 9 16 9 9 9 4 8 11 8 8

RBI Ankrum Luster McGowan Niekro Von Schell Walter Vericker Horwitz, Klink Sandoval Witter Baker Loberg Biery Scoma Panik Rapp Sy Arroyo

ON BASE PCT. Wells Magruder Jester Niekro Benavidez Stone Vericker Horwitz Thompson Burriss Downs Flores Biery Scoma Payne Hill Sy Ewing

.414 .464 .422 .404 .395 .435 .404 .407 .452 .384 .410 .395 .406 .377 .410 .404 .391 .417

SLUGGING PCT. Wells Allen McGowan Niekro Benavidez Walter Vericker Horwitz Mooney Witter Downs Ambort Cavan Scoma Krill Williamson Sy Ewing

107 76 86 90 80 77 80 93 104 78 97 82 70 81 92 65 62 73 64 48 62 44 45 40 47 44 50 52 64 49 48 34 54 42 41 48 .482 .540 .564 .551 .537 .430 .547 .466 .516 .585 .537 .664 .518 .402 .488 .596 .518 .473

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WINS Riley Vogelsong Cozier, Jiminez Faust Foppert Hensley, Nelson McNiven, Misch Moreno, Smith Romo Cowart Brewer, De La Garza W. Bucardo Gloor Rogers Mendoza Gregorio Leenhouts Forjet

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

INNINGS Riley Jones Cozier Faust Pannone Hensley Misch Whitaker Martinez Cowart Brewer Loree J. Bucardo Rogers Lamb Gregorio Johnson Forjet

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9 6 5 6 8 7 7 5 7 10 9 6 7 6 5 7 9 7 88.1 72.0 61.0 84.1 76.2 81.2 86.2 70.2 69.0 83.1 65.0 81.0 81.2 82.2 74.1 76.1 83.0 87

ERA (min. 61 IP) Nathan Jones Cozier Farmer Foppert Bruso Floyd Whitaker McKae Cowart Brewer Loree J. Bucardo Rogers Roibal Gregorio Leenhouts Forjet STRIKEOUTS Riley Vogelsong Ainsworth Farley Foppert Hensley Floyd Whitaker McKae Pucetas Cranston Loree J. Bucardo Escobar Mendoza Gregorio Johnson Forjet

2.47 4.13 4.57 1.62 1.93 1.99 1.73 3.44 2.42 1.08 3.05 2.44 2.64 4.46 3.74 5.54 2.39 3.10 96 66 64 87 88 84 76 77 83 60 72 75 64 69 68 69 78 87

GAMES Travis Miller Lee Rigueiro Hutchison Mitchell Bateman, Jefferson Espineli Anderson Trinidad Otero Runzler Casilla Downing Flick Mizenko Paniagua, Montero Sanchez

28 30 26 28 25 25 26 22 27 24 22 27 25 24 24 24 25 28

GAME STARTED Jensen Jones Ainsworth, Cozier Farley Foppert, Pannone Hensley Floyd, Misch Sack Romo Three with Brewer W. Bucardo, Loree J. Bucardo Rogers Lamb Gregorio Leenhouts, Johnson Reyes

16 13 10 14 14 15 14 16 14 15 14 15 15 16 15 16 15 15

WALKS Jensen Jackson Meagher Farley Foppert Woolard Portorreal Whitaker Ludwig Pucetas Clark, Rodriguez Ronick, Runzler Hernandez Concepcion King Gardeck Smith Gonzalez

32 40 28 56 23 32 48 43 21 19 23 21 26 46 24 24 21 28

SAVES Travis Miller Fields Anderson Hutchison Mitchell Jefferson Kunes, Minor Anderson Trinidad Otero Quirarte Casilla Harrold McCormick Mizenko Montero Sanchez

16 17 8 12 10 10 13 4 19 16 19 14 12 7 6 13 14 14

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VOLCANOES YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010* 2011 2012 2013 2014

Won 40 43 37 36 51 41 43 37 45 55 57 40 49 31 34 32 47 38

Lost 36 33 39 40 25 35 33 39 31 21 19 36 27 45 42 44 29 38

Pct. .526 .566 .487 .474 .671 .539 .566 .487 .592 .724 .750 .526 .645 .408 .447 .421 .618 .500

GB 4 --2 4 --3 --5 1 --------18 12 15 --6

Place 3 1 3 3 1 2t 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 4 4 3 1 2

Manager Shane Turner Keith Comstock Frank Reberger Fred Stanley Fred Stanley Fred Stanley Joe Strain Joe Strain Steve Decker Steve Decker Steve Decker Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Gary Davenport Gary Davenport

Attendance 136,836 133,980 124,627 125,409 115,340 122,334 119,556 118,929 108,418 118,622 118,722 112,425 106,590 96,219 105,973 101,785 98,024 95,083

*First year of split-half schedule; games back, place reflect overall finish BATTING 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

BA .263 .278 .262 .251 .261 .264 .267 .268 .291 .264 .289 .263 .267 .254 .277 .247 .266 .256

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

AB 2607 2619 2582 2653 2636 2632 2638 2652 2701 2591 2628 2600 2584 2645 2601 2622 2593 2661

R 434 484 426 361 416 368 397 385 398 412 497 360 443 330 405 338 418 397

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H 686 727 677 667 689 694 705 710 786 683 760 664 691 671 721 648 691 686

2B 112 114 117 127 141 110 126 122 130 119 178 126 116 131 125 123 151 132

3B 24 49 13 22 17 20 20 12 26 20 28 21 32 17 17 7 24 11

HR 42 48 48 26 54 36 41 46 43 52 57 30 51 36 54 43 45 47

RBI 354 421 373 313 372 321 357 332 362 354 424 326 398 293 363 288 376 343

BB 345 337 312 279 279 294 291 246 238 259 305 269 251 245 253 302 320 300

SO 613 537 544 584 483 511 505 484 537 457 472 564 526 579 544 585 593 557

SB 172 139 128 52 59 43 51 41 57 101 82 94 67 57 126 49 94 73

CS 36 53 54 25 21 31 18 17 39 36 25 44 34 35 38 34 26 23

OBP .354 .365 .351 .329 .340 .343 .348 .343 .357 .338 .371 .341 .342 .326 .348 .333 .360 .342

SLG .373 .414 .373 .345 .389 .362 .377 .375 .406 .385 .443 .364 .396 .357 .401 .349 .395 .369

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W 40 43 37 36 51 41 43 37 45 55 57 40 49 31 34 32 47 38

L 36 33 39 40 25 35 33 39 31 21 19 36 27 45 42 44 29 38 Pct. .951 .960 .959 .965 .970 .965 .969 .968 .974 .977 .974 .976 .967 .968 .969 .968 .966 .976

ERA 4.35 4.69 4.87 4.21 3.79 3.43 3.77 4.46 3.66 2.95 3.40 4.26 3.54 4.52 4.85 4.38 3.49 4.24 PO 2000 1992 1991 2044 2059 2033 2039 2035 2049 2050 2031 2035 2035 2045 1999 2045 2022 2059

G 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

CG 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Sh 1 1 1 4 7 7 5 2 5 8 8 6 7 3 5 2 5 1 A 737 813 808 806 826 805 853 747 765 879 868 818 820 895 777 802 863 786

Sv 20 19 21 22 20 18 23 14 27 29 27 24 21 16 12 19 22 19

IP 666.2 664.0 663.2 681.1 686.1 677.2 679.2 678.1 683.0 683.1 677.0 678.1 678.1 681.2 666.1 681.2 674.0 686.1 E 142 118 119 102 90 104 93 92 76 69 78 71 96 96 89 95 100 71

H 682 643 705 669 676 586 670 680 641 557 630 695 637 698 726 701 634 668

R 408 425 432 386 338 313 343 398 324 260 291 376 322 402 415 382 314 377

TC 2879 2923 2918 2952 2975 2942 2985 2874 2890 2998 2977 2924 2951 3036 2865 2942 2985 2916

ER 326 346 359 319 289 258 285 336 278 224 256 321 267 432 359 332 261 323

HR 63 60 54 49 55 29 49 55 59 39 58 43 49 49 39 55 38 48 DP 65 55 70 70 59 60 79 76 63 79 73 57 70 60 67 52 71 50

HB 40 49 49 56 49 45 43 60 36 41 50 53 46 35 41 43 47 48

BB 295 316 319 401 223 270 268 306 235 206 236 268 251 299 270 266 212 243 TP 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

SO 644 610 570 631 660 627 552 686 678 598 629 623 603 618 610 646 615 677

WP 60 74 58 74 52 45 44 72 50 42 49 54 64 71 77 63 68 101 PB 25 22 22 25 19 18 12 11 16 14 10 15 10 20 7 16 16 13

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VOLCANOES RECORD AGAINST OPPONENTS Eugene 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Everett 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total

Total 9-3 7-5 7-5 6-6 9-3 6-6 8-4 5-7 9-3 6-6 8-4 6-6 9-3 6-6 1-11 4-8 12-0 7-5

Home 5-1 4-2 5-1 3-3 5-1 3-3 4-2 3-3 5-1 3-3 4-2 2-4 4-2 5-1 1-5 2-4 6-0 4-2

Away 4-2 3-3 2-4 3-3 4-2 3-3 4-2 2-4 4-2 3-3 4-2 4-2 5-1 1-5 0-6 2-4 6-0 33

Boise 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Total 4-6 5-5 3-7 4-6 3-7 3-7 6-4 6-4 9-1 8-2 10-0 7-3 7-3 5-5 3-7 7-3 5-7 6-6

Home 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 3-2 5-0 4-1 5-0 3-2 4-1 2-3 2-3 4-1 1-5 4-2

Away 1-4 2-3 1-4 2-3 1-4 1-4 4-1 3-2 4-1 4-1 5-0 4-1 3-2 3-2 1-4 3-2 4-2 2-4

125-91

68-40

57-51

Total

101-83

53-39

48-44

Total 5-5 6-4 6-4 3-7 8-4 8-4 6-6 4-8 6-6 10-2 9-3 6-6 8-4 2-10 7-5 4-8 7-3 6-4

Home 4-1 3-2 4-1 1-4 4-2 4-2 4-2 1-5 4-2 5-1 4-2 2-4 4-2 2-4 3-3 1-5 5-0 3-2

Away 1-4 3-2 2-3 2-3 4-2 4-2 2-4 3-3 2-4 5-1 5-1 4-2 4-2 0-6 4-2 3-3 2-3 3-2

Spokane 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Total 2-8 4-6 3-7 6-4 7-3 6-4 3-7 5-5 4-6 10-0 7-3 3-7 3-7 4-6 6-4 6-4 6-4 5-5

Home 2-3 3-2 2-3 4-1 4-1 3-2 3-2 3-2 2-3 5-0 3-2 1-4 1-4 2-3 5-0 3-2 3-2 4-1

Away 0-5 1-4 1-4 2-3 3-2 3-2 0-5 2-3 2-3 5-0 4-1 2-3 2-3 2-3 1-4 3-2 3-2 1-4

111-93

59-44

52-49

Total

90-90

53-37

37-53

Portland 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Total Home Away 5-7 3-3 2-4 8-4 4-2 4-2 7-5 4-2 3-3 8-4 5-1 3-3 Moved to Tri-City, WA

So. Oregon 1997 1998 1999 2000

Total Home Away 7-5 3-3 4-2 7-5 4-2 3-3 7-5 3-3 4-2 Moved to Vancouver, B. C.

Total

21-15

10-8

11-7

Total

28-20

16- 8

12-12

Vancouver 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Total 6-6 9-3 6-6 7-5 6-6 6-6 9-3 8-4 8-4 7-5 6-6 6-6 4-8 4-6 3-7

Home 4-2 5-1 2-4 2-4 4-2 3-3 5-1 4-2 3-3 3-3 3-3 3-3 2-4 2-3 2-3

Away 2-4 4-2 4-2 5-1 2-4 3-3 4-2 4-2 5-1 4-2 3-3 3-3 2-4 2-3 1-4

Tri-City 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Total 7-3 6-4 7-3 3-7 5-5 7-3 9-1 4-6 7-3 6-4 5-5 4-6 4-6 5-5

Home 3-2 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 3-2 5-0 2-3 4-1 3-2 4-1 3-2 3-2 3-2

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

Total

95-81

47-41

48-40

Total

79-61

43-27

36-34

Yakima 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Total Home Away 8-2 5-0 3-2 6-4 3-2 3-2 4-6 3-2 1-4 3-7 2-3 1-4 8-2 4-1 4-1 6-4 2-3 4-1 6-4 3-2 3-2 8-2 4-1 4-1 6-4 3-2 3-2 5-5 2-3 3-2 6-4 4-1 2-3 6-4 3-2 3-2 8-2 4-1 4-1 2-8 1-4 1-4 6-4 4-1 2-3 3-7 1-4 2-3 Moved to Hillsboro, OR

Total

91-69

48-32

43-37

Hillsboro 2013 2014

Total 9-3 6-6

Home 4-2 3-3

Away 5-1 3-3

Total

15-9

7-5

8-4

NORTHWEST LEAGUE DIVISIONS 1997-99

North: Boise, Everett, Spokane, Yakima South: Eugene, Portland, Salem-Keizer, S. Oregon

2001-12

East: Boise, Spokane, Tri-City, Yakima West: Eugene, Everett, Salem-Keizer, Vancouver

2000

North: Boise, Everett, Spokane, Yakima South: Eugene, Portland, Salem-Keizer, Vancouver

2013-

North: Everett, Spokane, Tri-City, Vancouver South: Boise, Eugene, Hillsboro, Salem-Keizer

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Manager Shane Turner Keith Comstock Frank Reberger Fred Stanley Fred Stanley Fred Stanley Joe Strain Joe Strain Steve Decker Steve Decker Steve Decker Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Tom Trebelhorn Gary Davenport Gary Davenport

Pitching Coach Shawn Barton Keith Comstock Gabriel Luckert Trevor Wilson Trevor Wilson Trevor Wilson Trevor Wilson Jerry Cram Jerry Cram Jerry Cram Jerry Cram Jerry Cram Brian Cooper Brian Cooper Jerry Cram Jerry Cram Jerry Cram, Matt Yourkin Matt Yourkin

Hitting Coach Joe Strain Bert Hunter Bert Hunter Bert Hunter Steve Decker Steve Decker Paul Turco, Jr. Gary Davenport Ricky Ward (Infield) Ricky Ward (Infield) Ricky Ward (Infield) Ricky Ward, Derin McMains Ricky Ward, Derin McMains Ricky Ward, Derin McMains Ricky Ward, Guillermo Rodriguez Ricky Ward, Hector Borg Ricky Ward Ricky Ward

Trainer Eric Reisinger Eric Reisinger Eric Reisinger Mark Gruesbeck Rene Velazquez Rene Velazquez Rene Velazquez Larry Duensing Larry Duensing John Kotredes John Kotredes Jon Kotredes David Getsoff Chris McKenna Garrett Havig Andrew Benning Andrew Benning Ryo Watanabe

NORTHWEST LEAGUE ALL-STARS YEAR 1997 1998 1998 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007

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PLAYER Mike Riley Benji Miller Keith Comstock Sean McGowan Trey Lunsford Lance Niekro Fred Stanley Wes Hutchison Fred Stanley Fred Lewis Greg Bruso Todd Jennings Brad Vericker Brian Horwitz Pablo Sandoval Will Thompson Brian Anderson Steve Decker Emmanuel Burriss Adam Cowart Juan Trinidad Steve Decker Matt Downs Garrett Baker T. J. Brewer Danny Otero

POS LHP RHRP MGR 1B C 3B MGR RHRP MGR OF RHP C DH OF 3B 1B RHRP MGR 2B RHP RHRP MGR 2B DH RHP RHRP

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014

PLAYER Steve Decker Mike Loberg Drew Biery Jorge Bucardo Ryan Scoma Joe Panik Jesus Galindo Brett Krill Mike Murray Joe Rapp Andrew Leenhouts Tyler Hollick Sam Eberle Raymundo Montero Jake Smith Geno Escalante Chris Johnson Brandon Bednar Jeremy Sy Christian Arroyo Will Callaway E.J. Encinosa Travious Relaford Jose Reyes Eury Sanchez

POS MGR 1B 3B/DH (MVP) RHSP OF SS (MVP) OF OF DH 1B LHP OF 1B RHP RHP C RHP INF SS SS 3B P SS P P

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VOLCANOES YEAR-BY-YEAR LEAGUE LEADERS Year 1997 1997 1997

Player Travis Young Mike Byas Mike Riley

1997 1998 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2005 2005

Jesse Travis Benji Miller Joe Jester Lance Niekro Jason Ellison Jason Farmer Luke Anderson Tyler Von Schell Jesse Foppert Wes Hutchison David Stone Greg Bruso Brad Vericker Jesse Floyd Pat Misch Brian Horwitz Will Thompson Mike Mooney

2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007

Sergio Romo Brian Anderson Adam Witter Emmanuel Burriss Adam Cowart Juan Trinidad Garrett Baker Matt Downs

2007 2007 2007 2008

T. J. Brewer Andy De La Garza Danny Otero Mike Loree

2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011

Mike Loberg Juan Martinez Jorge Bucardo Taylor Rogers Jake Dunning Joe Panik

2011 2011

Jesus Galindo Shawn Payne

2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013

Joan Gregorio Keith Bilodeau Andrew Leenhouts Raymundo Montero Chris Johnson Tyler Hollick Chris Johnson

2014

Jason Forjet

2014

Eury Sanchez

TWO HOME RUNS IN A GAME Category Games (76), Hits (107), Runs (80) Stolen Bases (51) Wins (9), Innings Pitched (88.1), Strikeouts (96) Saves (16) Saves (17) Runs (67) Batting (.362), Slugging Pct. (.551) Runs (67) Earned Run Ave. (1.62) Saves (12) Games (75) Earned Run Ave. (1.93) Saves (10) On Base Pct. (.435) Earned Run Ave. (1.99) Home Runs (15), Slugging Pct. (.547) Earned Run Ave. (1.73) Innings Pitched (86.2) Batting (.347), Hits (93) Batting (.384), On Base Pct. (.452) Hits (104), Runs (57), Triples (9), Total Bases (157) Wins (7) Saves (19) Home Runs (16), Slugging Pct. (.585) Stolen Bases (35) Wins (10), Earned Run Ave. (1.08) Saves (16) Runs Batted In (64) Runs (68), Doubles (33), Total Bases (154) Wins (9) Wins (9) Saves (19) Earned Run Ave. (2.44), Walks-Hits/Innings Pitched (0.86) Runs Batted In (49), Games (74) Triples (9) Walks-Hits/Innings Pitched (1.05) Games Started (16) Highest SO/9 IP Ratio (relievers) (11.29) Batting (.341), RBI (54), Hits (92), Runs T-1st (49), Total Bases T-1st (126) Stolen Bases (47), Runs T-1st (49) On-base Percentage (.410)* (adjusted stats to meet minimum plate appearances requirement) Games Started (16) Holds (7) Wins (9) Games finished (24) Strikeouts (78) Runs (47) WHIP (0.88) Wins (7), Strikeouts (87), Winning Percentage (.875) Games (28), Highest SO/9 IP ratio (relievers) (13.37)

THREE HOME RUNS IN A GAME 1. 2.

Michael Ambort Drew Biery

8/8/08 7/25/09

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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.

C. J. Ankrum Art Baeza Jeremy Luster Sean McGowan Guillermo Rodriguez Rob Meyer Tyler Von Schell Micah Holst David Stone Randy Walter Derek Bell Brad Vericker Simon Klink Simon Klink Charlie Babineaux Adam Witter Adam Witter Ryan Rohlinger Mike Loberg Ryan Cavan Jeff Arnold Mike Murray Joe Staley Sam Eberle Hunter Cole Travious Relaford

6/23/97 6/24/97 6/26/98 7/23/99 8/25/99 6/27/01 7/8/01 7/9/01 7/24/02 7/24/02 7/25/02 7/25/03 6/23/04 7/5/04 7/13/05 6/19/06 8/10/06 8/14/06 7/20/08 9/4/09 8/7/10 6/25/11 6/26/11 7/3/13 8/26/14 8/30/14

vs. Yakima vs. Yakima vs. Yakima vs. Eugene @ S. Oregon vs. Eugene vs. Tri-City vs. Tri-City vs. Tri-City vs. Tri-City vs. Tri-City vs. Yakima @ Spokane vs. Eugene vs. Eugene @ Spokane @ Everett vs. Spokane vs. Spokane vs. Eugene @ Eugene vs. Vancouver vs. Vancouver vs. Boise @ Spokane @ Boise

GRAND SLAM HOME RUNS 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.

David Kenna C. J. Ankrum Joe Jester Guillermo Rodriguez Nate Schierholtz Jesse Schmidt Jose Yens Andy Busch Mike McBryde Brett Pill Shane Jordan Garrett Baker Sean VanElderen CJ Ziegler Evan Crawford Devin Harris Joe Panik Brett Krill Brice Cutspec Brett Krill Matt Duffy Leonardo Rojas Jeremy Sy Tyler Hollick Shilo McCall

6/25/97 6/30/97 7/29/99 8/25/99 8/3/03 9/4/03 8/14/04 8/13/05 6/23/06 7/21/06 7/25/07 8/18/07 9/7/07 6/20/09 8/27/09 9/5/10 6/27/11 7/5/11 7/25/11 7/31/11 7/18/12 8/11/13 8/18/13 9/1/13 7/24/14

vs. Yakima vs. S. Oregon @ Spokane @ S. Oregon vs. Boise @ Everett @ Boise @ Boise @ Spokane @ Yakima vs. Yakima vs. Vancouver vs. Tri-City (Playoffs) vs. Eugene vs. Everett vs. Eugene vs. Vancouver @ Everett @ Vancouver vs. Yakima vs. Boise vs. Everett @ Vancouver vs. Eugene vs. Spokane

6/24/97 8/12/00 6/19/01 9/2/01 7/21/05 8/7/06 6/21/11

vs. Yakima vs. Spokane vs. Boise vs. Eugene vs. Everett vs. Yakima @ Spokane

PINCH-HIT HOME RUNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Art Baeza Derek Bell Ed Maldonado Jon Williams Charlie Babineaux Matt Weston Brice Cutspec

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OPENING DAY LINEUPS 1997 (6/17/97 @Spokane) (Spokane 7, Salem-Keizer 4) Mike Byas CF Travis Young 2B C. J. Ankrum 1B Brett Casper RF Matt Priess C Luis Lopez DH Mark Mosier 3B Clay Greene LF Carlos Mendoza SS Ryan Jensen P

1998 (6/16/98 vs. Eugene) (Salem-Keizer 6, Eugene 1) Shawn Lindsey CF Cody Ransom SS Doug Clark LF Brett Casper RF Tony Torcato 3B Jeremy Luster 1B Jeff Allen DH Mike Dean C Erik Mattern 2B Nate Bump P

1999 (6/18 vs. Portland) (Portland 5, Salem-Keizer 4) Carlos Valderrama RF Scott Daeley CF Jake Messner DH Sean McGowan 1B Joe Jester SS Josh Cook 2B Ryan Luther C Julio Cordido 3B Troy Ransom LF Miguel Sabino P

2000 (6/20/00) vs. Everett (Everett 9, Salem-Keizer 5) Ed Maldonado Bryan Carter Mark Walker Adam Shabala Derek Bell Nick Wilfong Josh Cook Bryan Gann Trey Lunsford Julio Pavon

2001 (6/19/01 vs. Boise) (Boise 14, Salem-Keizer 6) Bryan Carter Derin McMains Branden Florence Tyler Von Schell Rob Meyer Micah Holst Keith Anderson Peter Maestrales Mikey Miranda Todd Uzzell

CF 2B DH 1B RF LF C 3B SS P

2002 (6/18/02 vs. Boise) (Boise 7, Salem-Keizer 2) Alex Pinon David Stone Derek Bell Randy Walter Peter Maestrales Karl Jernigan Kevin Kelly Steve Holm Jake Wald Jason Waddell

2003 (6/18/0 vs. Eugene) (Eugene 14, Salem-Keizer 3) Jesse Schmidt RF Tim Hutting SS Brad Vericker LF Pat Dobson CF Travis Ishikawa 1B Jay Knowlton DH Aaron Hornostaj 2B Derek Barrows 3B Francisco D’Jesus C Daniel Portorreal P

2004 (6/18/04 vs. Eugene) (Eugene 4, Salem-Keizer 2, 12 inn.) Clay Timpner CF Brad Groth SS Kevin Frandsen 2B Will Thompson 1B Simon Klink 3B Jose Yens RF John Acha DH Adalberto Paulino LF Nick Conte C Darren Sack P

CF 3B LF DH 1B RF SS C 2B P

2006 (6/19/06 at Spokane) (Salem-Keizer 10, Spokane 3) Brad Boyer 2B Mike McBryde CF Will Thompson 1B Adam Witter DH Evan Bush 3B Matt Weston LF Thomas Neal RF Tyler LaTorre C Brian Bocock SS Craig Whitaker P

2007 (6/19/07 at Boise) (Salem-Keizer 5, Boise 4) Bruce Edwards Shane Jordan Andrew Davis Matt Downs Garrett Baker Chad Rothford Sean VanElderen Tyler LaTorre Sharlon Schoop Ryan McGrath

2008 (6/17/08 vs. Tri City) (Salem-Keizer 10, Yakima 2) Caleb Curry CF Jose Flores 3B Trent Kline DH Jeremiah Luster RF Michael Ambort C Casey Bond LF Mike Loberg 1B Ryan Lormand 2B Brooks Lindsley SS Wilber Bucardo P

2010 (6/18/10 vs. Everett) (Everett 11, Salem-Keizer 3)

2011 (6/17/11 @ Spokane) (Salem-Keizer 14, Spokane 2)

2012 (6/15/12 vs. Boise) (Salem-Keizer 3, Boise 2, 12 inn.)

Chris Lofton Carter Jurica Jose Medina Alex Burg Ryan Scoma Rafael Rodriguez Carlos Quintana Kyle Mach Julio Izturis Taylor Rogers

Jesus Galindo Joe Panik Dan Burkhart Brice Cutspec Mike Murray Chuckie Jones Brett Krill John Eshleman Julio Izturis Cameron Lamb

Kentrell Hill Michael Merganthaler Chuckie Jones Stephen Yarrow Rafael Rodriguez Bryan Nicholson Ryan Jones Matt Duffy Dashenko Ricardo Lorenzo Mendoza

2005 (6/21/05 at Tri-City) (Salem-Keizer 6, Tri-City 5) Joey Dyche Pablo Sandoval Jose Yens Charlie Babineaux Will Thompson Mike Mooney Anthony Contreras Henry Gutierrez Mark Minicozzi Kellen Ludwig 2009 (6/20/09 at Eugene) (Salem-Keizer 5, Eugene 4) Caleb Curry Ryan Cavan Dan Cook CJ Ziegler Evan McArthur Ryan Mantle Drew Biery Juan Martinez Eliezer Zambrano Orlando Yntema

CF SS LF 1B DH RF 3B 2B C P

2013 (6/14/13 vs. Hillsboro) (Salem-Keizer 3, Hillsboro 2) Randy Ortiz CF Tyler Hollick RF Jeremy Sy SS Johnathan Jones 1B Geno Escalante C Sam Eberle 3B Shilo McCall LF Gabriel Cornier DH Ryan Jones 2B

2B LF 1B RF DH CF 3B C SS P

CF SS RF C DH LF 1B 3B 2B P

CF RF 3B 2B LF 1B DH C SS P

CF SS C 1B DH LF RF 3B 2B P

SS DH RF CF 1B LF 3B 2B C P

LF DH CF 3B RF 1B 2B SS C P

2014 (6/13/14 vs. Vancouver) (Vancouver 11, Salem-Keizer 2) Randy Ortiz CF Tyler Hollick LF Christian Arroyo SS Ryan Jones 2B Craig Massoni 1B Leo Rojas C Travious Relaford 3B Shilo McCall RF Geno Escalante DH

OPENING NIGHT CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH 1997 Mayor Dennis Koho and the Keizer City Council 1998 Shawn Kintner 1999 Vic Backlund 2000 Kory Casto 2001 Lisa Walker 2002 Ted Stang and Ted Anagnos

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2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Don & Janet Porter Kasey McCallister Rick Nelson Jim Newton Stadium’s 10th Anniversary: Dennis Koho and members of the 1997 Keizer City Council

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Pat Lafferty Clint Holland Col. Dan Hokanson and Erik Swanson Dr. Sharla Jones and Rich Duncan Hailey Decker Diane McLaran and Chris McLaran John Doneth

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