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WINSTON-SALEM DASH 2011 GAME NOTES WINSTON-SALEM DASH (24-29) vs. KINSTON INDIANS (27-25) Friday, June 3, 2011, 7:00 p.m. ⌂ BB&T Ballpark ⌂ Winston-Salem, NC Webcast available on www.wsdash.com 15 minutes before first pitch Game No. 54 ⌂ Home Game No. 30 ⌂ 2011 Home Record 14-15 ⌂ 2011 Road Record 10-14 RHP Justin Collop (0-3, 8.44) vs. LHP T.J. House (2-5, 5.68) PUNCTUATION MARKS Current Streak……………………..….L1 Last 5 games……………………..….3-2 Last 10 games……………………….5-5 Home Record…………………….14-15 Road Record………………………10-14 Day Record…………………………….7-5 Night Record………………………17-24 Vs. RH Starter…………………….15-21 Vs. LH Starter…………………………9-8 Extra Innings Record………………6-4 One-Run Games…………………10-11 Scoring First………………………12-13 Opponent Scoring First……….12-16 Shutouts………………………………..1-2 Out-hit Opponents………………..16-4 Out-hit by Opponents……………3-20 Hits Equal………………………………5-5 Comeback Wins…………………13-17 Last Team AB Record……………..8-7 Starter goes more than 5.0…13-14 Starter goes less than 5.0………4-5 Score 4 runs or more….………19-12 Score 3 runs or less…….……….5-17 Errorless Games…………………..12-9 Lead after. 6.0 innings………….15-6 Lead after 7.0 innings…………..17-5 Lead after 8.0 innings…………..19-1 Tied after 6.0 innings……………..6-3 Tied after 7.0 innings……………..6-0 Tied after 8.0 innings……………..2-3 Trail after 6.0 innings……………2-21 Trail after 7.0 innings……………0-25 Trail after 8.0 innings……………2-22 Sundays………………………………...5-2 Mondays………………………………..4-4 Tuesdays……………………………….3-3 Wednesdays…………………………..4-6 Thursdays………………………………0-5 Fridays…………………………………..4-4 Saturdays………………………………4-5

CAROLINA LEAGUE RANKINGS Batting Average/Rank……………..….. .233/7th ERA/Rank…………………………………….4.04/6th Southern Division Standing……..…4th/7.0 GB Attendance Avg./Rank……………….4,191/2nd

Not sweet, no sweep: The Potomac Nationals left town last night with their 11-game losing streak in the rear view mirror. The PNats snapped their winless drought with an 8-5 victory over the Dash in the series finale at BB&T Ballpark. A 3-3 game in the sixth inning, Potomac grabbed the lead for good with three runs against Santos Rodriguez and held off Winston-Salem to avoid the series sweep. The Nationals stroked 15 hits and eight runs against four Dash pitchers after collecting 14 hits and five runs in the first three games combined. You’ve Insulted My Honor: Last night’s game featured a bench-clearing incident in the top of the fifth inning as emotions ran high in the series finale. Potomac’s Steven Souza took exception to a high and tight 0-1 offering from Andre Rienzo and walked toward the mound. Both dugouts and bullpens cleared and there was some pushing, but no punches were thrown. When the dust settled, Souza and Nationals manager Matt LeCroy were ejected, both benches were warned, and the game resumed without further incident. Stay All Season: Tonight the Dash begins a three-game series with the Kinston Indians. The Indians are always welcome at BB&T Ballpark. The K-Tribe has lost 22 of its last 24 games in the city of Winston-Salem. In 2009, Kinston won the first game it played at Gene Hooks Field at Wake Forest Baseball Park, but lost its last nine. The Indians lost eight in a row at BB&T Ballpark before picking up their first win at the new yard on July 27 of last year. The 17-game losing streak in Winston-Salem spanned nearly 14 months; 11 of those Dash wins were by just one run. The K-Tribe has not won consecutive games in Winston-Salem since August 25-27 of 2008. When there’s trouble you call DW: Daniel Wagner removed the goose egg from the home run total on his stat line, blasting his first homer of the season to lead off the seventh inning in last night’s loss. Wagner hit a moon shot onto the bridge beyond right field for his first dinger since May 10, 2010, a span of 584 at bats between homers. The only Dash players now without home runs this season are Jason Bour and Jake Oester. Thirsty for Thursday: Winston-Salem’s thirst for a win on Thursday has not been quenched yet this season. The Dash are 0-5 on Thursdays in 2011, the only day of the week that the team has not tasted victory. The Dash are at their best on Sundays, sporting a 5-2 mark on that day this season. Last night’s game tied the previous Thursday contest for the longest nine-inning game of the season for Winston-Salem, clocking in at three hours, 29 minutes. Twin Wins in the Twin City: The Dash picked up walk-off wins in back-to-back ballgames against the Nationals earlier this week. On Tuesday, Jared Mitchell capped a late-inning comeback with a two-run double in the ninth to give Winston a 4-3 win. On Wednesday, Andy Wilkins scored from third base on a wild pitch in the tenth inning to send the Dash to a 2-1 victory. Wednesday’s win was the fourth walk-off win of the season for the Dash. The Dash walked off winners 11 times last year, winning in that fashion in 16% of all the team’s home games. Stimulus Package: The Dash have a charitable solution to jump-starting our stalled economy: lots of free baseball. Wednesday night’s ten-inning affair was the team’s tenth extra-inning game of the season. Not only is that far and away the most in the Carolina League (Salem and Myrtle Beach are tied for second with five such contests), but it ties Winston-Salem with the Jupiter Hammerheads (Florida’s Florida State League affiliate) and the Durham Bulls (Tampa Bay’s International League affiliate) for the most extra-inning games in all of minor league baseball. The Dash are 6-4 when the game goes beyond regulation in 2011. Terre HOT: Nick Ciolli’s blistering bunt was Wednesday night was his second hit of the game, giving him back-to-back two-hit games. The Terre Haute native is riding a nine-game hit streak that started on May 20. During the streak, Ciolli is batting .343 (12 for 35) with two doubles, a triple, three home runs, eight RBI, and five runs scored. Easy to Reed: Addison Reed had another scoreless appearance Tuesday night, making it four in a row and eight straight innings since allowing his last run. With three more strikeouts against the P-Nats, Reed upped his total with the Dash to 29 in 22.1 innings. The hard-throwing right-hander is among the CL leaders in many categories. Among relievers, Reed is fifth in opponent batting average (.190), third in K/9 IP (11.69), second in fewest BB/9 IP (1.21), and fewest baserunners/9 IP (8.46). Playing them close to the vest: The Dash have an inordinate number of close games this season, as 42 of the team’s 53 games have been decided by three runs or fewer and the team has had a lead in 40 games this season. Winston has played 21 one-run games and 13 two-run games. The Dash are 10-11 in one-run games and 6-7 in two run contests. At this rate, the Dash would play 90 one– or two-run games this season.

WS vs. KINSTON 2011 Dash Lead Season Series 5-4 4/08 R 7-6 L (10) KIN 2R in 10th 4/09 R 3-2 W (8) Mitchell 2R-HR 4/10 R 4-2 W Gac 2R-HR 4/15 H 5-3 W Shelton 2R 3B in 8th 4/16 H 5-2 L (11) 11th inn. Toole 2R 2B 4/17 H 9-0 W Bayne 7 SHO IP, Gac HR 5/26 R 9-8 L KIN led 8-1 after 1st 5/27 R 6-1 W 2 3R-HR’s, Doyle 7 IP 5/28 R 5-2 L 3 KIN R in 7th 6/03 H 7:00 6/04 H 7:00 6/05 H 2:00 7/17 R 4:30 7/18 R 6:30 7/19 R 6:30 7/20 R 11:00 AM 7/25 H 7:00 7/26 H 7:00 7/27 H 12:00 Noon 7/28 H 7:00

DOTS & DASHES Series (W-L-T)………………………7-9-0 Series Opener………………………6-10 Series Finale………………………..6-10 Roster Breakdown: Pitchers:…………………12 Position Players: …….13 Disabled List:……………0

Moonshot Monopoly: With three more home runs last night, the Dash extended their league-leading homer total to 50 on the season. Winston-Salem has hit nine more longballs than its closest competition (Lynchburg with 41) and more than double than last place Kinston (23). The Dash led the Carolina League in dingers last year with 112 and the team is on pace to blast 132 in 2011. Today’s Opposing Starter: LHP T.J. House (2-5, 5.68) makes his ninth start and tenth appearance of the season and his second straight against the Dash. He lost to the Dash last Friday in Kinston, allowing six runs on seven hits in five innings. He made four starts against Winston-Salem last year, going 0-3 with a 7.71 ERA and allowing the Dash to hit .368 against him. He put up better numbers against the rest of the Carolina League last year, going 6-10 with a 3.91 ERA (8th in the CL) in 27 games (26 starts, 3rd) and a .264 opponent batting average. House is ranked by Baseball America as the 14th-best prospect in the Cleveland organization. Just 21 years old, he spent his first professional season in 2009 with low-A Lake County, going 6-11 with a 3.15 ERA in 26 starts. Because most teams believed he was un-signable (he was reportedly asking for a $1.5 million bonus) and would follow through with his commitment to Tulane after high school, House fell until the 16th round before the Indians drafted him and signed him to a reported $750,000 bonus after Green Wave head coach Kevin Walter became the coach at Wake Forest. As a senior at Picayune (Miss.) HS, House went 7-2 with a 0.99 ERA, 99 strikeouts and 25 walks. Prior to his senior year, he pitched in qualifying action for Team USA, striking out six batters in three innings. In the offseason before his junior year, he participated with the swim team at his high school and helped them win a state championship in 2006. His fastball sits in the 87-91 mph range, occasionally touching 93. He also features a slider and a changeup, which is his best pitch and ranked by Baseball America as the best changeup in the Indians system.

PROSPECT WATCH The Dash roster currently lists eight players ranked in Baseball America’s top 30 prospects in the White Sox organization. They are: OF Jared Mitchell (4), LHP Santos Rodriguez (12), RHP Addison Reed (13), C Mike Blanke (14), IF Andy Wilkins (19), IF Tyler Saladino (20), RHP Andre Rienzo (25), and RHP Cameron Bayne (29).

UPCOMING SCHEDULE & PROBABLE PITCHERS Date Sat, June 4 Sun, June 5 Mon, June 6 Tue, June 7 Wed, June 8

Time 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Opponent vs. Kinston Indians vs. Kinston Indians @ Myrtle Beach Pelicans @ Myrtle Beach Pelicans @ Myrtle Beach Pelicans

Pitchers RHP Ryan Buch (1-0, 0.71) vs. RHP Clayton Cook (5-3, 3.42) RHP Cameron Bayne (4-3, 3.83) vs. LHP Giovanni Soto (4-3, 2.44) LHP Joe Serafin (0-4, 5.52) @ TBA RHP Terry Doyle (1-5, 3.05) @ TBA RHP Andre Rienzo (1-1, 2.91) @ TBA


TODAY’S STARTING PITCHER—No. 22 JUSTIN COLLOP Height: 6’2” Weight: 185 Bats: R Throws: R Born: May 3, 1988, Wayne, MI Resides: Wayne, MI Obtained: Sixth round selection of 2009 First-Year Player Draft School: University of Toledo Notes: Spent 2010 with Kannapolis… Went 9-12 with a 4.26 ERA in 26 starts… In 154.1 innings, struck out 130 batters and walked 31… Threw three complete games… Struck out ten batters in a start on 7/10 vs. Augusta… Made professional debut in 2009 with Great Falls… Started seven games before injuring his groin, causing him to miss two weeks… As a starter, went 3-2 with a 1.75 ERA in 25.2 innings… Pitched out of the bullpen upon his return and made eight appearances and a 4.50 ERA… At Toledo, went 4-7 with a 6.51 ERA in 13 starts in 2009… Led the team in innings pitched (76) and strikeouts (63)… JUSTIN COLLOP CAREER STATISTICS Year Team 2009 Great Falls Voyagers 2010 Kannapolis Intimidators Minor League Totals

League W L PIO 3 2 SAL 9 12 12 14

PCT .600 .429 .462

ERA 2.72 4.26 3.94

G 15 26 41

GS 7 26 33

CG 0 3 3

SHO 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 39.2 154.1 194.0

H 38 170 208

R 20 84 104

ER 12 73 85

HR 1 10 11

HB 2 11 13

BB 23 31 54

SO 33 130 163

WP 1 5 6

BK 0 1 1

AVG .257 .284 .279

COLLOP’S 2011 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Suffered a minor injury in spring training, which forced him to miss two weeks and start his season pitching out of the bullpen to build up arm strength… Made his season debut in relief on opening night, allowing 2 R on 3 H and one BB in 0.2 IP… Pitched two scoreless innings at POT on 4/13… Lost @ MYR on 4/18, allowing 1 R on 5 H in 3 IP w/ 2 BB & 6 K… Lost in starting debut on 4/24 vs. WIL: 3 IP, 6 H, 7 R, BB, K, HR (placed on the DL the day after the game)… Since DL return, made five relief appearances, going 0-1 with a 6.14 ERA (5 ER, 7.1 IP) and 13 K, 2 BB…

COLLOP VS. THE 2011 INDIANS PLAYER H/AB Abraham 0/2 Abreu 0/1 Burnette 0/2 Cid 0/0 Frawley 1/2 Greenwell 2/2 Holt 1/1 Perez 0/1 Tice 1/1 Toole 1/2 TOTALS: .429 6/14

PITCHER Starters Relievers

W 9 15

RBI 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 4

L 18 11

XBH 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ERA 3.76 4.36

SO 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

IP 285.0 173.1

DASH STARTERS BREAKDOWN BB 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

Note

R, SB 2B, 2R 2R

H 255 172

STARTER Doyle Rienzo Santiago Bayne Serafin Collop Rodriguez Buch

R 133 98

GS 10 11 8 9 10 1 2 2

ER 119 84

QS 7 3 3 5 4 0 0 2

BB 108 82

RS TEAM REC. 3.60 (36) 3-7 3.73 (41) 5-6 4.13 (33) 4-4 5.44 (49) 5-4 3.30 (33) 5-5 10.0 (10) 0-1 6.00 (12) 1-1 5.00 (10) 1-1

K 213 176

HR 21 11

TOMORROW’S DASH STARTING PITCHER—No. 26 RYAN BUCH RHP Ryan Buch (1-0, 0.71) makes his third start for the Dash tomorrow against the Indians. He In his last outing, he pitched 6.2 no-hit innings against Potomac before being removed because of a high pitch count. Buch was promoted to Winston-Salem on Saturday after a strong start to the season in low-A Kannapolis. The Yardley, Pennsylvania native made eight starts with the Intimidators, going 4-3 with a 3.65 ERA and 45 strikeouts in 44.1 innings. Buch split 2010 with Rookie Bristol (2-1, 2.45 ERA in four starts) and Kannapolis (5-3, 3.13 ERA in 24 games, ten starts). He was drafted in the ninth round in 2009 out of Monmouth University, where he was named All-Northeast Conference in 2007 and 2008 and set the school record for wins by a freshman with nine in 2007.


MISCELLANEOUS DASH STATISTICS HOME RUN BREAKDOWN PLAYER Ciolli Gac Martinez Mitchell Saladino Shelton Sierra Wagner Wilkins Yount

TOTAL 6 15 3 6 4 1 2 1 8 3

SOLO 4 7 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 1

LHP 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 0

RHP 5 8 2 5 4 1 2 1 4 3

HOME 4 9 2 2 3 0 0 1 4 2

ROAD 2 6 1 4 1 1 2 0 4 1

LAST 5/28 6/2 5/18 5/26 6/2 4/11 5/25 6/2 5/27 4/25

OPPONENT @ KIN vs. POT vs. MYR (G1) @ KIN vs. POT @ POT @ LYN vs. POT @ KIN vs. FRE

CAUGHT STEALING by PITCHER

HIGHS & LOWS

PLAYER

CS

SB

ATT

PCT

CLUB GENERAL Longest Winning Streak…………………........5 (5/6—5/10) Longest Losing Streak…..………………..5 (2x, 4/27—5/1) Longest Game Time (All Games)……3:35 (4/16 vs. KIN) Longest Game Time (9 innings)…3:29 (2x, 6/2 vs. POT) Shortest Game Time (All Games)……1:39 (4/13 @ POT) Shortest Game Time (9 innings)….2:00 (5/19 vs. MYR) Longest Game (Innings)…………………..12 (4/20 @ MYR) Most Runners Left on Base………………..12 (5/2 @ FRE) Most Errors………………………..…………....4 (4/25 vs. FRE) Longest Errorless Streak…………………….4 (4/10—4/13) Largest Margin of Victory…………………..9 (4/17 vs. KIN) Largest Margin of Defeat…………………..8 (4/23 vs. WIL) Highest Attendance, Home…………6,976 (5/20 vs. SAL) Highest Attendance, Road………….5,343 (4/20 @ MYR) Lowest Attendance, Home…………...2,314 (5/9 vs. POT) Lowest Attendance, Road………..……..738 (4/13 @ POT)

Bayne Buch Collop Corley Doyle Kloess Kussmaul Reed Rienzo Rodriguez Santiago Santos Serafin Shirek Thompson Whisler Wickswat

1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 7 0 0 0 1

8 3 5 0 5 1 4 1 5 4 13 1 9 3 3 3 1

9 3 5 1 7 1 5 1 6 6 15 3 16 3 3 3 2

11% 0% 0% 100% 27% 0% 20% 0% 17% 33% 13% 1 67% 44% 5 0% 0% 0% 50% 1

TEAM BATTING

PLAYER Bour Ciolli Colligan Davis Gac Martinez Mitchell Oester Saladino Shelton Sierra Wagner Wilkins Yount

Most Runs, Game……………………………10 (4/24 vs. WIL) Most Runs, Inning……………………..7 (5th, 4/25 vs. FRE) Most Hits, Game………………………….…13 (5/30 vs. POT) Most Hits, Inning…………………………..6 (5x, 4/25 @ POT) Most Home Runs, Game……………….4 (2x, 5/25 @ LYN) Fewest Runs, Game…………………….0 (2x, 5/21 vs. SAL) Fewest Hits, Game………………………3 (3x, 5/21 vs. SAL) Most Strikeouts, Game……………………….14 (4/8 @ KIN) Most Walks, Game……………………………..8 (5/26 @ KIN) Most Stolen Bases, Game…………..…2 (2x, 5/24 @ LYN) TEAM PITCHING Most Runs Allowed, Game…...............14 (4/25 vs. FRE) Most Runs Allowed, Inning…………...8 (1st, 5/26 @ KIN) Most Hits Allowed, Game…..…………….16 (4/24 vs. WIL) Most Hits Allowed, Inning…………5 (3x, 1st 5/25 @ KIN) Most Home Runs Allowed…………….3 (2x, 5/22 vs. SAL) Fewest Hits Allowed, Game………….1 (2x, 5/30 vs. POT) Most Walks, Game…………………………...12 (5/26 @ KIN) Most Strikeouts, Game……………………19 (4/16 vs. KIN)

OPPONENT @ POT vs. KIN vs. WIL @ SAL @ SAL vs. MYR vs. POT vs. POT

TEAM OPPONENTS DASH

BATTER Wagner Shelton Mitchell Sierra Oester Gac Mitchell Bour

1 29 28

GAME-WINNER Single off pitcher 2-run triple Walk-off solo HR Solo HR RBI 1B Walk-off 3R-HR Walk-off 2R-2B Walk-off WP

2 24 33

3 27 15

AB’s SINCE LAST HR 11 4 63 22 2 50 17 1 18 68

CAUGHT STEALING by CATCHER PLAYER Bour Sierra

CS 11 9

SB 31 38

ATT 42 47

PCT PO 26% 19%

CATCHER

ER

IP

ERA

Bour

92

236.2

3.50

Sierra

119 229.2

4.66

2011 ERRORLESS STREAKS DATE OF LAST ERROR 6/1 (fielding error) N/A 5/18 4/17 (fielding error) 4/18 (pickoff) 5/26 (fielding error) N/A 5/28 (fielding error) N/A 4/29 (throwing error) N/A 5/31 (fielding error) 5/31 (fielding error) 5/10 (fielding error)

OPPONENT vs. POT N/A vs. MYR vs. KIN @ MYR @ KIN N/A @ KIN N/A @ WIL N/A vs. POT vs. POT vs. POT

CONSECUTIVE GAMES 34 7 7 13 6 48 3 21 9 27 1 2 12

COMEBACKS IN 7TH INNING OR LATER TO WIN

WINS IN LAST TEAM AT BAT DATE 4/13 (G1) 4/15 4/23 (G2) 5/14 5/15 5/18 (G1) 5/31 6/1

PO

PITCHER Jones Demny Erlin Miller Weaver Caldera Kempf Weaver House Rasner

INNING 10th 8th 8th 10th 10th 8th 9th 10th

4 22 20

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

5 20 25

DATE 4/15 5/2 5/10 5/14 5/18 (G1) 5/31

6 35 25

OPPONENT vs. KIN @ FRE vs. POT @ SAL vs. MYR vs. POT

7 24 26

INNING 7 7 7 9 7, 8 9

8 33 28

DEFICIT 3-2 4-3 3-2 4-2 2-1, 3-2 3-1

9 18 20

FINAL SCORE 5-3 8-5 5-3 5-4 (10) 6-3 4-3

EX 7 5

TOT 239 220


WINSTON WHACKERS (For complete career profiles, see the 2011 Dash Media Guide)

DASH SERIES: OPPONENTS SERIES:

HOME STAND: .273 (36-132) HOME STAND: .225 (29-129)

MIKE BLANKE—C

14TH, 2010 (TAMPA/ST. PETERSBURG/SETON HALL) MELBOURNE, FL SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 0 HOME STAND: LONG STREAK: 5 (2x, 5/7—5/12) LAST GAME: LAST SERIES: SEASON HIGHS H: 4 (4/23 VS. WV) HR: 1 (2X, 4/23 VS. WV) RBI: 2 (4X, 5/17 @ HAG) - Started 2011 w/ KAN: 47 G, .259-2-18, 13 2B, 3B, 22 R; threw out 32% of attempted basestealers - Ranked by Baseball America as 14th-best prospect in ChiSox system entering this season - Was a 2010 Pioneer League All-Star in his rookie season: 62 G, .329-7-43, 20 2B, 3B, 35 R

JASON BOUR—C

FA, 2010 (HAMPDEN-SYDNEY/GEORGE MASON) CENTREVILLE, VA SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 0 HOME STAND: 7-10, 2B, 2 RBI, 2R LONG STREAK: 3 (4/23—4/25) LAST GAME: 0-3 LAST SERIES: 7-10, 2B, 2 RBI, 2R SEASON HIGHS H: 4 (5/31 VS. POT) HR: 0 RBI: 2 (5/30 VS. POT) - Signed by Sox last April; split ‘10 between WS (.302-6-26, 24 XBH in 41 G) & BIR (.237-0-2, 2 XBH in 18 G) - Originally drafted by Cincinnati in 23rd round of 2007 draft - Split 2009 between Hi-A Sarasota & AA Carolina (.254-2-17 in 70 G)

NICK CIOLLI—OF

LAST SERIES: .273 (36-132) LAST SERIES: .225 (29-129)

JAKE OESTER—IF

NDFA, 2010 (TOLEDO) CINCINNATI, OH SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 2 (.429, 4-7) HOME STAND: 4-7, 2B, 3B, 3 RBI, R, 2K LONG STREAK: 10 (4/17—5/4) LAST GAME: 2-3, RBI 2B, K LAST SERIES: 4-7, 2B, 3B, 3 RBI, R, 2K SEASON HIGHS H: 3 (2X, 5/4 @ FRE) HR: 0 RBI: 2 (3X, 5/30 VS. POT) - Spent 2010 with KAN: 72 G, .207-2-21, 13 2B, 3 3B; played mostly 3B with a few games at 2B and 1 in LF - Was co-captain at Toledo in 2009 and hit .231-4-22; teammates with Justin Collop - Father, Ron, played for the Cincinnati Reds from 1978-90 and won World Series as backup 2B in 1990

TYLER SALADINO—IF

7TH, 2010 (ORAL ROBERTS/PALOMAR JC) SAN DIEGO, CA

SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 1 (.250, 1-4) HOME STAND: 3-15 (.200), HR, RBI, 4R, 3 BB, SB, 6K LONG STREAK: 6 (5/22—5/27) LAST GAME: 1-4, Solo HR, BB, SB, 2R, 2K LAST SERIES: 3-15, Solo HR, 4R, 3 BB SEASON HIGHS H: 2 (2X, 5/30 VS. POT) HR: 1 (4X, 6/2 VS. POT) RBI: 3 (2X, 5/25 @ LYN) - Joined Dash on 5/11 from extended spring training; broke hand sliding into second base in ST game - LY played 60 G w/ Bristol & Kannapolis: .305-3-30, 17 2B, 3B, 47 R, 5 SB - Baseball America ranked him 20th-best ChiSox minor league prospect; 2010 Summit Lg. Player of the Year

LUIS SIERRA—C

SEASON H IGHS H: 3 (2X, 5/8 VS. LYN) HR: 1 (5X, 5/25 @ KIN) RBI: 3 (2X, 5/22 VS. SAL)

FA, 2007 BARRANQUILLA, COLOMBIA SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 2 (.286, 2-7) HOME STAND: 2-7, 2 2B, R, 2K LONG STREAK: 5 (5/2—5/10) LAST GAME: 1-4, 2B, 2K LAST SERIES: 2-7, 2 2B, R, 2K SEASON HIGHS H: 2 (4X, 5/15 @ SAL) HR: 1 (2X, 5/25 @ LYN) RBI: 2 (5/4 @ FRE)

- Promoted to WS to end last season: .375-1-5, 6 2B in 10 G - Played 115 G w/ KAN to start 2010: .296-12-73; had a 7-RBI game with a grand slam for KAN on 8/25 - Named “Best Pure Hitter” in Sox’ ‘09 draft class by Baseball America; attended same college as Larry Bird

- Spent all of 2010 w/ WS (.293-5-41, 17 2B, 2 3B, 48 R); set stateside career highs in H, R, 2B, 3B, HR, RBI - Originally signed by Reds at 17-year old; spent 1st 3 seasons in CIN system & came up as a middle IF - White Sox signed him with the intention of making him a catcher; speaks very good English

SERIES: ROAD TRIP: 4-8, 2B, 2K LAST GAME: 2-4, K

10TH, 2009 (INDIANA ST.) TERRE HAUTE, IN CURRENT STREAK: 9 (.343, 12-35) LONG STREAK: 9 (5/20—current) LAST SERIES: 4-8, 2B, 2K

KYLE COLLIGAN—OF

12ST, 2009 (TEXAS A&M) SUGAR LAND, TX SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 0 HOME STAND: 1-5, R, 2 BB, HBP, K LONG STREAK: 4 (5/11—5/16) LAST GAME: 0-2, BB, HBP, K LAST SERIES: 1-5, R, 2 BB, HBP, K SEASON HIGHS H: 2 (2X, 5/2 @ FRE) HR: 1 (5/16 VS. MYR) RBI: 2 (5/13 @ SAL) - Spent 2010 w/ KAN: .284-9-42, 21 2B, 4 3B in 93 G w/ 18-22 SB - Named First-Team All-Big XII in 2009, hitting .317-14-39 in 60 G - Finished TA&M career in all-time top ten for eight career categories (GP, AB, H, R, 2B, HR, RBI, TB)

IAN GAC—IF

FA, 2009 BELLEVUE, WA SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 1 (.400, 2-5) HOME STAND: 3-17, HR, RBI, R, 5K LONG STREAK: 14 (4/19—5/2) LAST GAME: 2-5, Solo HR LAST SERIES: 3-17, HR, RBI, R, 5K SEASON HIGHS H: 3 (4/21 VS. WIL) HR: 2 (5/18 G1 VS. MYR) RBI: 4 (5/18 G1 VS. MYR) - Spent 2010 w/ KAN (1st yr in Sox org): .276-20-91, 34 2B, 65 R in 134 G; SAL All-Star, 3rd in HR, 4th RBI - Originally selected by Rangers in 26th round of 2003 draft out of Edmonds-Woodway (WA) HS - Played at least parts of 06, 08, & 09 seasons at Advanced-A Bakersfield; Entered ‘11 w/ 127 career HRs

JOSE MARTINEZ—OF

NDFA, 2006 LA GUAIRE, VZ SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 0 HOME STAND: 1-16, BB, ROE, K LONG STREAK: 7 (4/23—4/29) LAST GAME: 0-5 LAST SERIES: 1-16, BB, ROE, K SEASON HIGHS H: 4 (4/9 @ KIN) HR: 1 (3X, 5/18 G1 VS. MYR) RBI: 3 (5/18 G2 MYR) - Spent last half of ‘10 with WS: .242-5-24; ChiSox’ “Best OF Arm” by Baseball America; former #4 prospect - Did not play for most of 2008 and all of 2009 with a torn right ACL that required microfracture surgery - Father was the late Carlos Martinez, who played from 1988-95 with the White Sox, Indians, and Angels

JARED MITCHELL—OF

1ST, 2009 (LSU) NEW IBERIA, LA SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 1 (.200, 1-5) HOME STAND: 4-14,2 2B, 4 RBI, 2R, 2 BB, HBP, 5K LONG STREAK: 5 (4/17—4/21) LAST GAME: 1-5, RBI 2B, 3K LAST SERIES: 4-14, 2 2B, 4 RBI, 2R SEASON H IGHS H: 3 (5/25 @ LYN)

HR: 1 (6X, 5/26 @ KIN)

RBI: 3 (5/25 @ LYN)

- Baseball America’s #4 ChiSox prospect; missed all of ‘10 after tearing left ankle tendon in spring training - Selected 23rd overall in 2009 draft out of LSU; MVP of 09 CWS, won championship - Also played FB under Les Miles & won BCS National Championship; caught 24 passes in 3 yrs on team

DANIEL WAGNER—IF

16TH, 2009 (BELMONT) KANNAPOLIS, NC SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 1 (.250, 1-4) HOME STAND: 2-12, HR, 2 RBI, R, K LONG STREAK: 12 (4/16—4/26) LAST GAME: 1-4, Solo HR LAST SERIES: 2-12, HR, 2 RBI, R, K SEASON HIGHS H: 3 (5/2 @ FRE) HR: 1 (6/2 VS. POT) RBI: 2 (5/18 @ SAL) - Spent all of ‘10 w/ hometown KAN: .272-2-47, 19 2B, 70 R; stole 37 bases (most among Sox farmhands) - Led KAN LY in hits (140) and runs scored (70); started at 2B in SAL All-Star Game - Graduated from South Rowan HS in China Grove, NC

ANDY WILKINS—IF

5TH, 2010 (ARKANSAS) BROKEN ARROW, OK SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 1 (.667, 2-3) HOME STAND: 3-14, 3R, 2 BB, 3K LONG STREAK: 8 (2x, 5/22—5/30) LAST GAME: 2-3, R, BB LAST SERIES: 3-14, 3R, 2 BB, 3K SEASON HIGHS H: 3 (5/26 @ KIN) HR: 1 (8X, 5/27 @ KIN) RBI: 3 (3X, 5/27 @ KIN) - 19th best ChiSox prospect (Baseball America); “Best Pure Hitter” & “Best Power” among ’10 Sox draftees - In pro debut last season, hit .307-6-40, 14 2B in 53 G for Great Falls - Made Super-Regionals in back-to-back years w/ Razorbacks; in final Arkansas season: .281-15-69

AUSTIN YOUNT—IF

FA, 2010 (STANFORD) PARADISE VALLEY, AZ SERIES: CURRENT STREAK: 2 (.333, 2-6) HOME STAND: 2-6, RBI 2B, R, 2K, S LONG STREAK: 3 (5/18—5/21) LAST GAME: 1-3, K LAST SERIES: 2-6, RBI 2B, R, 2K, S SEASON HIGHS H: 2 (4X, 5/25 @ LYN) HR: 1 (3X, 4/25 VS. FRE) RBI: 2 (2X, 4/25 VS. FRE) - Signed in off-season after spending 2008-10 with Dodgers organization (was 12th round pick by LA in 08) - Split 2010 between low-A Great Lakes & Hi-A Inland Empire: 37 G, .152-0-8, 3 XBH - Nephew of MLB Hall of Famer Robin Yount; 2004 HS Gatorade Player of the Year in Arizona


HYPHEN HURLERS (For complete career profiles, see the 2011 Dash Media Guide)

DASH ERA OPPONENTS

SERIES: SERIES:

J.R. BALLINGER—RHP

HOME STAND: 3.00 (12 ER, 36 IP) LAST SERIES: 3.00 (12 ER, 36 IP) HOME STAND: 3.12 (12 ER, 34.2 IP) LAST SERIES: 3.12 (12 ER, 34.2 IP)

11TH, 2009 (SOUTHERN MISS.)

MOSS POINT, MS

LAST APPEARANCE: SV/OPP (CL only): -/-

SEASON HIGHS: CAREER HIGHS: IP: 5 (7x, 9/10/09 w/ GF)

IR-IRS (CL only): 0-0

1st BATTER RETIRED (CL only): 1-1

IP: 3.1 (4/11 @ DEL) K: 7 (8/15/09 w/ GF)

K: 3 (5/22 vs. SAL)

ER: 6 (7/10/09 w/ KAN) HR: 2 (3x, 6/27/10 w/ KAN)

- Pitched in 10 G for KAN this season: 2-3, 2 saves, 1.80 ERA - Spent all of 2010 w/ KAN: 0-5, 1 SV, 3.13 ERA in 35 appearances - 2007 Conference USA All-Freshman team, posting a 2.28 ERA in 21 appearances & did not allow an XBH

JUSTIN COLLOP—RHP

ADDISON REED—RHP

3RD, 2010 (SAN DIEGO ST.) LAST APPEARANCE: Tues, 5/31 vs. POT: 2 IP, 0 R, 3 K SV/OPP (CL only): 1/1

IR-IRS (CL only): 3-0

SEASON HIGHS: CAREER HIGHS:

IP: 2 (13x, 5/27 @ KIN)

1st BATTER RETIRED (CL only): 7-12

IP: 4 (2x, 6/30/10 w/ GF)

K: 6 (6/25/10 w/ GF) ER: 3 (2x, 6/18/11 w/ WS) HR: 1 (2x, 5/18/11 w/ WS)

SANTOS RODRIGUEZ—LHP

SV/OPP (CL only): -/-

SV/OPP (CL only): 1/1

IR-IRS (CL only): 4-1

SEASON HIGHS: CAREER HIGHS:

IP: 2 (4x, 5/25 @ LYN)

IR-IRS (CL only): 0-0

1st BATTER RETIRED (CL only): 5-8

IP: 3 (2x, 4/24 vs. WIL)

K: 6 (4/18 @ MYR)

IP: 8 (2x, 9/1/10 w/ KAN) K: 10 (7/10/10 w/ KAN) ER: 10 (5/5/10 w/ KAN) HR: 2 (2x, 5/22/11 w/ WS) - Spent all of 2009 w/ KAN: 9-12, 4.26 ERA in 26 starts with three complete games - Entered last season ranked by Baseball America as the ChiSox’ 30th best minor league prospect - Initially went to Toledo on an academic scholarship, not an athletic scholarship

LEROY HUNT—RHP

K: 5 (5/27 @ KIN)

- Baseball America ranked him 13th best White Sox prospect entering 2011 - Started season with low-A KAN (4G, 0-0, 1.13 ERA, 11K, 8IP); ‘10 w/ GF: 1-0, 1 SV, 1.80 ERA, 44 K in 30 IP - Closed games for Stephen Strasburg at SDSU in 2009 before taking over Friday night starter role in 2010

6TH, 2009 (TOLEDO) WAYNE, MI LAST APPEARANCE: Sat, 5/28 @ KIN: L, 2 IP, 2H, 3 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, K SEASON HIGHS: CAREER HIGHS:

TRADE, 2008 LAS TERRENAS, DR LAST APPEARANCE: Thu, 6/2 vs. POT: L, 1 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, BB, K

IP: 3.2 (6/20/07 w/ GCL Braves)

K: 6 (6/25/07 w/ GCL Braves)

1st BATTER RETIRED (CL only): 11-17

K: 3 (5/22 vs. SAL)

ER: 8 (8/15/07 w/ GCL Braves) HR: 2 (6/30/07 w/ GCL Braves)

- Spent entire 2010 season w/ WS (2-0, 3.57 ERA, 59 K in 40.1 IP), missed most of last 2 months (elbow) - Entered season with a career average of 13.2 K/9 IP and .189 opponents’ batting average - Originally signed w/ Braves; traded in deal that sent Javier Vazquez to ATL

TAYLOR THOMPSON—RHP

LAST APPEARANCE: Thu, 6/2 vs. POT: 1.1 IP, 1 H, 1 BB

44TH, 2009 (AUBURN) LAST APPEARANCE: Wed, 6/1 vs. POT: W, 1 IP, 1 BB

SV/OPP (CL only): -/-

SV/OPP (CL only): 3/6

IR-IRS (CL only): 4-3

SEASON HIGHS: CAREER HIGHS:

IP: 3 (4/16 vs. KIN)

SEASON HIGHS: CAREER HIGHS:

4TH, 2007 (SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE) IR-IRS (CL only): 1-0

STOCKTON, CA

1st BATTER RETIRED (CL only): 3-3

IP: 2 (3x, 5/11 vs. LEX)

K: 4 (4/25 @ LEX)

ETIWANDA, CA

1st BATTER RETIRED (CL only): 12-15

K: 5 (4/16 vs. KIN)

IP: 4 (6/13/10 w/ WS) K: 5 (2x, 8/31/07 w/ GF) ER: 6 (4/24/09 w/ KAN) HR: 1 (9x, 7/25/10 w/ WS)

IP: 3 (2x, 4/16/11 w/ WS)

- Tabbed by Baseball America having the Best Fastball in the ChiSox 07 draft - Attended same college as Larry Bowa, Greg Vaughn, & other major leaguers - Started ‘11 w/ KAN (1-0, 1 SV, 5.79 ERA in 9.1 IP); spent most of ‘10 w/ WS: 0-4, 8.66 ERA

- Spent most of 2010 w/ KAN (0-1, 2.20 ERA in 18 G); pitched in 3 G for WS (1-0, 1.80 ERA) & 1 G for GF - 2009 made nine appearances (three starts) between Bristol & Charlotte (2G): 0-0, 1.89 ERA in 19 IP - Drafted by ChiSox in 25th round in 2008 but did not sign; went 3-3 w/ 9.00 ERA in 30 IP for Auburn in ‘09

RYAN KUSSMAUL—RHP

NDFA, 2010 (M OUNT OLIVE) LAST APPEARANCE: Thu, 6/2 vs. POT: 1.2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER SV/OPP (CL only): 2/2

IR-IRS (CL only): 7-2

SEASON HIGHS: CAREER HIGHS:

IP: 2 (5x, 5/11 vs. POT)

IP: 4 (7/21/10 w/ KAN)

K: 5 (8/12/10 w/ KAN)

K: 6 (8/26/09 w/ BRI)

MONTGOMERY, AL

ER: 4 (8/12/09 w/ BRI) HR: 1 (5/22/11 w/ WS)

DUBUQUE, IA

1st BATTER RETIRED (CL only): 10-18

K: 4 (2x, 4/29 @ WIL)

ER: 3 (2x, 5/24/11 w/ WS) HR: 1 (5/7/11 w/ WS)

- Signed by White Sox last July after pitching for the independent Southern Illinois Miners of the Frontier Lg. - Split 2010 between WS (1-0, 4.15 ERA in 5 G) and KAN (0-0, 1.20 ERA in 9 G) - Graduated from Mount Olive (NC) College in 2009; Previously attended Evansville (IN) University

DASH IN GAMES THEY PITCHED Ballinger…………………………..1-0 Bayne………………………………5-4 Buch………………………………..1-1 Collop………………………………4-5 Corley……………………………...2-1 Doyle……………………………….3-7 Hunt………………………………..1-2 Kloess……………………………..5-9 Kussmaul………………………7-11 Rienzo……………………………..5-6 Reed………………………………..7-5 Rodriguez………………………10-8 Santiago…………………………..4-4

Santos……………………………..4-6 Serafin……………………………..5-5 Shirek………………………………4-6 Thompson………………………..9-7 Whisler…………………………….2-2 Wickswat………………………….1-6


WHITE SOX FARM REPORT YESTERDAY

TODAY

Scheduled Off-Day Record: 27-31, 3rd in Central (8.0 GB)

8:10 vs. Detroit Tigers

W 4-3 vs. Buffalo Bisons (F/12) Mark Teahen: 1-3, GW-RBI 1B in 12th Alejandro De Aza: 3-4, 2B, RBI, GW-R Record: 24-28, 3rd South (5.5 GB)

7:15 vs. Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs

W 8-6 vs. Chattanooga Lookouts Josh Phegley: 4-4, HR, 2B, 7 RBI, 2 R Seth Loman: 1-4, 2B, RBI Record: 29-24, 3rd in South (0.5 GB)

8:05 vs. Chattanooga Lookouts

W 7-4 @ Savannah Sand Gnats John Spatola: 2-4, 3B, 3 RBI Kenneth Gilbert: 3-4, 2B, RBI, R Record: 28-24, 3rd in Northern (4.0 GB)

7:05 @ Savannah Sand Gnats

June 20, 9:05 PM @ Billings Mustangs

June 21, 7 PM vs. Greeneville Astros


2011 WINSTON-SALEM DASH FIRST HALF DAY-BY-DAY DATE

OPPONENT

4/08 4/09 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/13 (1) 4/13 (2) OFF—DAY 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 (1) 4/23 (2) 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30

@KIN @KIN @KIN @POT @POT @POT @POT

TIME ATT. TEAM ERA: 4.40 (6th) N/A 3:13 4,102 Santos Rodriguez (1) 2:33 1,790 Tyson Corley (1) 2:45 1,287 Brandon Kloess (1) 2:34 1,023

REC.

GA/GB

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

1.0 0.5 — +0.5

Taylor Thompson (1) 2:41 Pat Lehman (1) 1:39

N/A 738

4-1 4-2

N/A —

Tyson Corley (2) N/A N/A Trevor Hurley (1) Tyler Tufts (3) N/A Kevin Chapman (4)

6,138 4,867 4,631 3,861 4,163 5,343 3,878

5-2 5-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7

+0.5 — 0.5 1.5 2.5 3.5 3.5

N/A 1:59 N/A N/A 2:16 6,842 Ryan Dennick (1) 2:57 3,123 N/A 2:45 2,637 Taylor Thompson (2) 2:33 3,252 Sean Gleason (3) 2:16 (:59) 3,046 Sean Gleason (4) 2:42 3,436 Kevin Chapman (5) 2:27 5,286 Michael Mariot (1) 2:14 4,685 TEAM ERA: 3.80 (5th) N/A 2:08 3,977 Brandon Kloess (2) 3:17 2,240 N/A 2:06 2,854 N/A 2:41 (1:00) 2,965 Andrew Wilson (2) 2:10 3,269 Brandon Kloess (3) 2:26 6,274 Ryan Kussmaul (1) 2:40 6,341 Taylor Thompson (3) 2:33 2,874 Brandon Kloess (4) 2:30 2,314 Addison Reed (1) 2:10 (:15) 2,851 N/A 2:48 3,047

6-8 7-8 7-9 7-10 8-10 8-11 8-12 8-13 8-14

N/A 4.0 4.5 5.5 5.0 5.5 6.5 7.5 8.5

@WIL @FRE @FRE @FRE LYN LYN LYN LYN POT POT POT

W 5-3 Ryan Kussmaul (2-0) Jose Flores (0-1) L 5-2 (11) Tyler Sturdevant (1-1) Orlando Santos (1-1) W 9-0 Cameron Bayne (2-0) Giovanni Soto (0-2) L 2-1 Andrew Doyle (1-0) Justin Collop (0-1) L 7-4 Johan Yan (1-0) Tyson Corley (0-1) L 5-4 (12) Kasey Kiker (1-1) Charlie Shirek (0-1) L 7-6 Justin Marks (1-0) Hector Santiago (0-1) Rained out; made up as part of doubleheader on 4/23 L 10-2 (7) Michael Mariot (3-0) Cameron Bayne (2-1) W 3-2 (8) Ryan Kussmaul (3-0) Kelvin Herrera (1-1) L 11-10 Elisaul Pimentel (2-0) Justin Collop (0-2) L 14-7 Will Startup (2-0) Terry Doyle (0-2) W 3-2 Addison Reed (1-0) Nathan Moreau (2-1) L 4-2 Ryan O’Shea (2-1) Hector Santiago (0-2) L 5-4 Oliver Drake (1-0) Cameron Bayne (2-2) L 4-0 Jake Odorizzi (1-0) Joe Serafin (0-1) L 3-1 Noel Arguelles (1-0) Terry Doyle (0-3) MAY RECORD: 15-14 (T-4th) TEAM AVERAGE: .230 (4th) L 4-2 Kelvin Herrera (2-1) Taylor Thompson (1-1) W 8-5 Santos Rodriguez (1-0) Nick Haughian (0-2) L 4-2 Oliver Drake (2-0) Cameron Bayne (2-3) L 9-3 Bobby Bundy (3-2) Joe Serafin (0-2) L 3-1 Dimasther Delgado (2-3) Terry Doyle (0-4) W 6-5 Andre Rienzo (1-0) Zeke Spruill (1-3) W 5-3 Hector Santiago (1-2) Cory Rasmus (0-3) W 7-4 Cameron Bayne (3-3) Willie Kempf (2-2) W 5-3 Orlando Santos (2-1) Adam Olbrychowski (1-2) W 5-3 Santos Rodriguez (2-0) Trevor Holder (1-3) L 10-4 Paul Demny (1-2) Andre Rienzo (1-1)

5/01 5/02 5/03 5/04 5/05 5/06 5/07 5/08 5/09 5/10 5/11 OFF—DAY 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/18 (1) 5/18 (2) 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/28 OFF—DAY 5/30 5/31

8-15 9-15 9-16 9-17 9-18 10-18 11-18 12-18 13-18 14-18 14-19

8.5 8.5 9.0 9.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 9.0 8.5 7.5 7.5

@SAL @SAL @SAL MYR MYR MYR MYR MYR SAL SAL SAL @LYN @LYN @LYN @KIN @KIN @KIN

W 5-0 Hector Santiago (2-2) Drake Britton (1-3) W 5-4 (10) Brandon Kloess (1-1) Kendal Volz (1-2) W 6-5 (10) Taylor Thompson (2-1) Mitch Herold (1-1) L 3-2 Joe Wieland (4-2) Terry Doyle (0-5) Rained out; made up as part of doubleheader on 4/23 W 6-3 (8) Taylor Thompson (3-1) Johan Yan (1-2) L 6-4 (7) Kennil Gomez (1-1) Santos Rodriguez (2-1) L 3-1 Barret Loux (3-3) Hector Santiago (2-3) L 7-4 Will Latimer (1-0) Wes Whisler (0-1) L 4-0 Pete Ruiz (2-2) Joe Serafin (0-3) W 8-7 J.R. Ballinger (1-0) Ryan Pressly (3-3) L 2-1 (11) Eliecer Cardenas (1-1) Brandon Kloess (1-2) L 4-3 Jeremy Haynes (1-0) Ryan Kussmaul (3-1) W 9-5 Cameron Bayne (4-3) Willie Kempf (2-3) L 9-8 Brett Brach (4-3) Joe Serafin (0-4) W 6-1 Terry Doyle (1-5) T.J. House (2-5) L 5-2 Tyler Sturdevant (3-2) Justin Collop (0-3)

N/A N/A N/A Ryan Kelly (4)

2:16 3,142 2:34 3,089 2:58 2,413 2:15 (1:34) 2,351

15-19 16-19 17-19 17-20

7.0 6.0 5.0 6.0

N/A Zach Osborne (1) Joseph Ortiz (3)

2:07 N/A 2:02 3,992 2:00 4,283 Anatanaer Batista (1) 3:00 6,976 N/A 2:26 6,382 Ryan Kussmaul (2) 3:08 4,933 N/A 2:52 (1:10) 840 N/A 2:46 1,234 Santos Rodriguez (2) 2:39 2,336 Preston Guilmet (10) 3:29 1,773 N/A 2:25 1,815 Preston Guilmet (11) 2:34 2,448

18-20 18-21 18-22 18-23 18-24 19-24 19-25 19-26 20-26 20-27 21-27 21-28

5.0 6.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 6.0 6.5 6.5 6.5 7.5 7.5 8.5

N/A N/A

22-28 23-28

8.0 8.0

24-28 24-29

7.0 7.0

KIN KIN KIN @MYR @MYR @MYR WIL WIL WIL WIL WIL FRE FRE FRE FRE @WIL @WIL

POT POT

6/01 POT 6/02 POT 6/03 KIN 6/04 KIN 6/05 KIN 6/06 @MYR 6/07 @MYR 6/08 @MYR 6/09 @MYR 6/10 WIL 6/11 WIL 6/12 WIL 6/13 FRE 6/14 FRE 6/15 FRE 6/16 @WIL 6/17 @WIL 6/18 @WIL 6/19 @WIL ALL—STAR BREAK

W-L

SCORE WINNING PITCHER LOSING PITCHER APRIL RECORD: 8-14 (T-6th) TEAM AVERAGE: .239 (7th) L 7-6 (10) Travis Turek (1-0) Brandon Kloess (0-1) W 3-2 (8) Taylor Thompson (1-0) T.J. McFarland (0-1) W 4-2 Ryan Kussmaul (1-0) Clayton Cook (0-1) W 7-5 Cameron Bayne (1-0) Marcos Frias (0-1) Rained out; made up as part of doubleheader on 4/13 W 3-2 (10) Orlando Santos (1-0) Carlos Martinez (0-1) L 3-2 (7) Josh Smoker (1-0) Terry Doyle (0-1)

SAVE

W W W L

7-1 Ryan Buch (1-0) 4-3 Leroy Hunt (1-0) JUNE RECORD: 1-1 (T-2nd) 2-1 (10) Taylor Thompson (4-1) 8-5 Paul Demny (2-5)

Danny Rosenbaum (2-3) Marcos Frias (2-3) TEAM AVERAGE: .221 (7th) Josh Smoker (1-1) Santos Rodriguez (2-2)

2:30 3:35 2:33 2:26 2:46 3:15 2:46

2:35 4,312 2:38 3,329 TEAM ERA: 3.79 (5th) N/A 2:12 3,465 Hector Nelo (1) 3:29 4,307


2011 WINSTON-SALEM DASH SECOND HALF DAY-BY-DAY DATE 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30

OPPONENT @FRE @FRE @FRE LYN LYN LYN @POT @POT

7/01 7/02 7/03 7/04 7/05 7/06 7/07 7/08 7/09 7/10 7/11 OFF—DAY 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/17 7/18 7/19 7/20 OFF—DAY 7/22 7/23 7/24 7/25 7/26 7/27 7/28 7/29 7/30 7/31 OFF—DAY

@POT SAL SAL SAL SAL MYR MYR MYR @SAL @SAL @SAL

8/02 8/03 8/04 8/05 8/06 8/07 8/08 8/09 8/10 8/11 8/12 8/13 8/14 8/15 8/16 8/17 8/18 8/19 8/20 8/21 8/22 8/23 8/24 8/25 8/26 8/27 8/28 OFF—DAY OFF—DAY 8/31

WIL WIL WIL FRE FRE FRE @WIL @WIL @WIL @FRE @FRE @FRE @FRE LYN LYN LYN @POT @POT @POT @POT @SAL @SAL @SAL @SAL MYR MYR MYR

9/01 9/02 9/03 9/04 9/05

SAL SAL @LYN @LYN @LYN

W-L

SCORE

WINNING PITCHER

LOSING PITCHER

SAVE

TIME

JULY RECORD:

TEAM AVERAGE:

TEAM ERA:

AUGUST RECORD:

TEAM AVERAGE:

TEAM ERA:

@LYN @LYN @LYN @LYN @KIN @KIN @KIN @KIN POT POT POT KIN KIN KIN KIN @MYR @MYR @MYR

SAL SEPTEMBER RECORD:

TEAM AVERAGE:

TEAM ERA:

ATT.

REC.

GA/GB


WINSTON-SALEM DASH TRANSACTIONS APRIL 4/21 4/21 4/25 4/27 4/29

RHP Tyson Corley promoted to AA Birmingham; RHP Addison Reed promoted from low-A Kannapolis IF Kyle Shelton promoted to AA Birmingham; IF Jake Oester promoted from low-A Kannapolis RHP Justin Collop placed on disabled list LHP Matt Wickswat activated from disabled list (from extended spring training) IF Kyle Davis placed on disabled list; IF Kyle Shelton received from AA Birmingham

MAY 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/14 5/16 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23 5/23 5/24 5/30 5/30 5/31

IF Kyle Shelton promoted to AA Birmingham; IF Tyler Saladino activated from disabled list (extended ST) IF Kyle Davis activated from disabled list & released from the White Sox organization RHP Orlando Santos assigned to low-A Kannapolis; RHP Justin Collop activated from disabled list RHP Charlie Shirek promoted to AA Birmingham LHP Wes Whisler received from AAA Charlotte RHP Terry Doyle promoted to AA Birmingham RHP Ryan Buch promoted from low-A Kannapolis LHP Hector Santiago promoted to AA Birmingham; RHP J.R. Ballinger promoted from low-A Kannapolis RHP J.R. Ballinger assigned to low-A Kannapolis; RHP Leroy Hunt promoted from low-A Kannapolis LHP Wes Whisler assigned to low-A Kannapolis RHP Terry Doyle received from AA Birmingham RHP Cameron Bayne & RHP Brandon Kloess promoted to AAA Charlotte LHP Matt Wickswat promoted to AA Birmingham RHP Cameron Bayne received AAA Charlotte

JUNE 6/1 6/3

RHP J.R. Ballinger promoted from low-A Kannapolis C Mike Blanke promoted from low-A Kannapolis

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