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  • JACKSONVILLE SUNS GAME NOTES Tennessee Smokies (24-16, 58-51) at Jacksonville Suns (24-16, 58-49)

    Jacksonville Suns Double-A Affiliate of the Miami Marlins Proud Member of the Southern League of Professional Baseball

    Southern League Champions 1996, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2010 Saturday August 3, 2013 - 7:05 p.m.

    Bragan Field at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville Jacksonville, Fla. Tennessee: RHP Dae-Eun Rhee (3-0, 2.13) vs. Jacksonville: LHP Adam Conley (10-4, 3.22)

    Game #108 Home Game #56 (32-23)

    Last Game: Anthony DeSclafani tossed seven scoreless innings and the Jacksonville Suns (24-16, 58-49) won their eighth straight game, beating the Tennessee Smokies (24-16, 58-51) by a score of 1-0 in their series opener at Bragan Field. DeSclafani struck out seven batters and walked just one over his seven frames of work, surrendering six hits in earning his third career Double-A victory. What can you say about this kid? said Suns manager Andy Barkett. "Hes attacking the strike zone and doing all we ask of him. Hes doing all you can ask of a pitcher, especially in a pennant race. The Suns had their own troubles at the plate against Tennessees right-hander Eduardo Figueroa (0-1), who limited Jacksonville to just one run on four hits in five innings. The Suns scored the games lone run on Michael Mains fifth inning RBI single, but could not manage another hit after Figueroa left the game. But Jacksonvilles bullpen made the one-run lead stand. Pete Andrelczyk set down the Smokies in order in the eighth, and Michael Brady got Brett Jackson to line out to Derek Dietrich with runners on second and third to end the game in the ninth. That was a big out, Barkett said. [Brady] got it when he had to. The Suns have won eight straight games for the first time since 2010 and are tied with the Smokies for the Southern Leagues best record in the second half of the season.

    UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS DATE OPP. TIME SMOKIES STARTER SUNS STARTER Sun. Aug. 4 TNS 6:05 p.m. RHP A.J. Morris (3-1, 4.33 ERA) RHP Bryan Evans (3-3, 3.91 ERA) Mon. Aug. 5 TNS 7:05 p.m. RHP Matt Loosen (1-2, 6.92 ERA) LHP Justin Nicolino (1-2, 6.43 ERA) Tues. Aug. 6 TNS 7:05 p.m. RHP Kyle Hendricks (10-3, 1.87 ERA) LHP Andrew Heaney (0-0, 0.00 ERA)

    NEWS AND NOTES Nine Would Be Just Fine: The Suns won their eighth straight game with their 1-0 series-opening victory over the Tennessee Smokies. During this stretch, Suns starting pitchers have combined for a 1.43 earned-run average (7 ER in 44.0 IP), walking six while striking out 37 batters. The win marks the first time Jacksonville has won eight consecutive contests since May 6-14, 2010. The last time the Suns won nine games in a row was between July 19-29, 2009. That winning streak began with a 7-5 victory over the Tennessee Smokies at Bragan Field on July 19. The longest winning streak in the Southern League this season is 11 by the Birmingham Barons, which lasted from April 28 to May 10.

    No Runs For You!: Tonights Suns starting pitcher Adam Conley enters tonight having not allowed an earned run in his last 22.0 innings pitched, which marks the longest such streak by a Jacksonville starter this year. During that time, Conley has allowed 16 hits, four walks and has fanned 17 in his 22.0 frames. The stretch for Conley is the fifth longest for a Suns pitcher since 2005, with reliever Mark Alexanders 26.1 innings between May 21 through September 9, 2006 the club best in that time span. Since 2005, Omar Poveda (24.0 IP) owns the second longest stretch without allowing an earned run, while Bryan Evans and Jarrett Santos are tied for third-best, having fired 22.2 straight frames without yielding an earned run. Suns starting pitchers (Justin Nicolino, Andrew Heaney, Anthony DeSclafani) havent allowed a run in the last fifteen innings on the mound.

    Home Sweet Home: Dating back to July 14, the Suns have won each of their last eight contests at Bragan Field, and own a 15-5 record in Jacksonville in the seasons second half. In 55 home games this year, the club has combined to club 49 longballs at Bragan Field, compared to 38 in 52 road contests. Jacksonville is also averaging 4.3 runs per game at Bragan Field this year, as opposed to a 3.9 clip on the road. In 23 games at home this year, OF Michael Main owns a .323 average (21-65), while C Taylor Krick (.310, 13-42) and INF Chris Gutierrez have also hit above the .300 mark at the Baseball Grounds in 2013.

    Canhas Streak Snapped: INF Mark Canha saw his 11-game on-base streak snapped last night with an 0-for-3 outing. Prior to last night, Canha had also recorded a hit in 12 of his previous 15 contests, including a streak of nine straight games between July 20-29. Despite the hitless game Friday, Canha since July 1 has accumulated a .354 average (28-79), adding 17 runs, six doubles, one triple, four homers, 20 RBI and ten walks in 26 games. UPCOMING SCHEDULE AT BRAGAN FIELD: (904-358-2846) or jaxsuns.com TENNESSEE SMOKIES AUGUST 2-6 BUFFETT NIGHT/MINI-BAT GIVEAWAY: (Sat. Aug. 3, 7:05 p.m.) Join us for one of the most popular nights of the year with Buffett Night! Enjoy Cheeseburgers in Paradise, Margarita & Landshark specials plus see the Suns in special Beach Themed Jerseys that will be available for silent auction benefiting Wolfson Childrens Hospital! You can win the jersey off of your favorite players back! Be usre to arrive early as the first 1,500 fans will get a Suns Mini-Bat! Ronald McDonald will also be on hand entertaining the crowd! Plus enjoy Steak Me Out to the Ballgame! Get a tender 8 oz. bacon-wrapped filet mignon, baked potato, salad, non-alcoholic beverage and general admission to the game for only $25! Plus stick around after the game for a Buffett style concert from the George Aspinall Band! Sponsored by Jacksonville Chrysler Jeep Dodge, McDonalds, Landshark, First Coast News 12 & 25 & Lite 96.1! DOG DAZE OF SUMMER: (Sun. Aug. 4, 6:05 p.m.: All dogs get in for just $2.50 and get access to our pet expo with prizes and giveaways! Plus bring the pooches early for our pre-game dog parade on Bragan field at 5:30, courtesy of RadioNOW 97.9! Its also Library Day and one lucky boy and lucky girl will win a bicycle courtesy of the Jacksonville Public Library summer reading program! Also bring your library card to the ticket windows for special admission to the game! Plus stop by your local Jiffy Lube for Free General Admission Tickets! Be sure to stick around after the game for Kids Run the Bases, presented by VyStar Credit Union! BELLY BUSTER MONDAY/ST. JOHNS COUNTY: (Mon. Aug 5, 7:05 p.m.) Join us in celebrating all things St. Johns County, courtesy of Mowrey, Shoemaker & Beardsley, P.L.! Plus its a Belly Buster Monday! Get a HomePlate Box ticket plus all you can eat Hog Dogs, Hamburgers, Popcorn, Ice Cream Treats and Soft Drinks from 6-8 for just $20! Plus stop by your local Jiffy Lube for Free General Admission Tickets! Sponsored by 100.7 The Bull & 94.1 WSOS! FIFTY CENT FAMILY FEAST NIGHT: Tues. Aug. 6, 7:05 p.m.) The homestand comes to an end on Tuesday with Fifty Cent Family Feast Night & Gate Tuesday Night Tickets! Enjoy $.50 hot dogs, peanuts and ice cream treats, sponsored by Oscar Mayer, Hampton Farms, Blue Bell Ice Cream, Folio Weekly and 99.9 Gator Country! Plus stop by your local Jiffy Lube for Free General Admission Tickets! Present a receipt from any local GATE Convenience Store at the Suns Box Office for Buy One-Get-One Tickets!

    2013 VS. TENNESSEE 4-2 Home: 1-0 Road: 3-2 DATE: PLACE: W-L/SCORE: WP/REC: LP/REC: SAVE: NOTEWORTHY: 7/18 TNS W/7-6 Morey/4-6 Jokisch/8-8 Brady/14 Yelich 3-4, 2R, 2B, BB. Fisher 2-5, 2RBI. Ciriaco 2-4, 2RBI. 7/19 TNS L/3-2 10 inn. Rosscup/2-0 Caminero/3-2 None Alcantara GW RBI 2B in 10th. Yelich, Marisnick, Baez HR 7/20 TNS L/7-4 Kirk/2-3 Nicolino/0-1 Batista/12 Bour 3R HR in 1st. Alcantara 3-4, 2R, 2B. Baez 2-5, 2RBI 7/21 TNS W/8-1 Coney/9-4 Morris/3-1 None Marisnick 3R HR in 7th. Canha 5-6, 2RBI, 2B. Yelich 2-5. 7/22 TNS W/5-4 Caminero/4-2 Rosscup/2-1 Brady/15 Canha go-ahead 3R HR in 8th. 2-5, 3RBI. 8/2 JAX W/1-0 DeSclafani/1-0 Figueroa/0-1 Brady/18 Main RBI 1B in 5th lone run. DeSclafani 7.0 IP, 0R, 7K.

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  • TONIGHTS SUNS STARTING PITCHER 4 ADAM CONLEY, LHP 10-4, 3.22 ERA, 20 games and 19 starts 2013: 10-4, 3.22 ERA (38 ER/106.1 IP) in 20 G and 19 GS. 2013 vs. TNS: 1-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/7.0 IP) in 1 G and 1 GS. CAREER: 21-9, 3.33 ERA (87 ER/235.1 IP) in 48 G and 45 GS. CAREER vs. TNS: 1-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER/7.0 IP) in 1 G and 1 GS. LAST OUTING: Conley became the first Suns pitcher to record 10 wins when he picked up a victory against Chattanooga on Sunday July 28 at Bragan Field. Conley worked six scoreless innings, scattering eight hits, walking none, and striking out six batters. Suns won 3-0. SMOKIES WIN: Conley was dominant in his ninth win of the year at Smokies Park on Sunday July 22. Conley worked seven innings, allowing one unearned run on two hits with three walks and six strikeouts. The Suns won in a rout 8-1. BAYBEARS WIN: Conley turned in a victorious masterpiece in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday July 14 against the Mobile BayBears. Conley turned in a complete game shutout, working seven innings allowing only three hits while walking none and striking out four as the Suns routed Mobile 8-0. SOUTHERN LEAGUE ALL-STAR: In only his first season at the Double-A level, Conley was named a Southern League All-Star in 2013, going 6-2 with a 3.80 ERA in the first half. Conley worked a scoreless inning in the 2013 Southern League All-Star Game at Bragan Field, part of a South Division pitching staff that combined for a one-hit shutout. WAHOOS LOSS: Conley lost for only the third time this season on Monday July 1 against the Pensacola Blue Wahoos at Bragan Field. In a rain-shortened contest, Conley worked all five and a third innings while allowing three runs on four hits with three walks and four strikeouts. The Wahoos won 4-3. #10 MARLINS PROSPECT: Conley earned Baseball Americas no. 10 Marlins prospect ranking in this years Prospect Handbook publication. Conley is the third highest-ranked left-handed pitcher behind Andrew Heaney (3) and Justin Nicolino (6). Conley was also named a 2013 Southern League All-Star. CONLEY IN 2013 DATE OPP. DEC REC ERA IP H R-ER HR BB SO Pitches RESULT 4/6 JXN - 0-0 0.00 5.0 1 0-0 0 0 8 55-40 W, 1-0 4/12 at HVL - 0-0 2.00 4.0 3 4-2 0 0 5 75-50 W, 5-4 4/17 at PNS - 0-0 2.77 4.0 2 3-2 0 3 3 78-48 W, 10-3 4/24 CHA - 0-0 3.00 5.0 4 2-2 1 0 4 75-48 W, 12-9 4/29 MOB L 0-1 5.14 3.0 5 6-6 0 4 2 75-42 L, 7-1 April Totals 0-1 5.14 18.0 15 15-12 1 7 22 5g, 5gs 5/4 at JXN W 1-1 5.88 5.0 10 6-5 0 1 3 78-56 W, 7-6 5/10 PNS W 2-1 4.78 6.0 1 0-0 0 0 5 65-45 W, 7-2 5/16 at MOB W 3-1 4.62 5.0 6 3-2 1 2 3 89-54 W, 6-3 5/21 at MIS W 4-1 4.40 6.0 5 2-2 1 1 1 77-51 W, 5-2 5/27 BIR L 4-2 4.72 4.2 7 4-4 2 0 8 93-60 L, 4-1 May Totals 4-1 4.39 26.2 29 15-13 4 4 20 5g, 5gs 6/1 at PNS - 4-2 4.39 5.2 5 1-1 0 3 6 95-61 W, 7-1 6/7 at BIR W 5-2 4.10 6.0 7 1-1 0 0 8 101-70 W, 11-1 6/14 MTG W 6-2 3.80 7.0 7 2-1 0 1 8 88-65 W, 6-2 6/19 HVL W 7-2 4.00 5.2 6 4-4 1 4 5 105-62 W, 9-4 6/25 at MOB - 7-2 3.97 5.0 6 2-2 0 2 7 MOB Error. W, 7-4 June Totals 3-0 2.76 29.1 31 10-9 0 10 34 5g, 5gs 7/1 PNS L 7-3 4.04 5.1 (CG) 3 4-3 0 3 4 82-51 L, 4-3 7/5 (7) at CHA L 7-4 3.96 4.0 3 1-1 0 1 3 66-46 L, 2-1 7/14 MOB W 8-4 3.66 7.0 (CG) 3 0-0 0 0 4 88-54 W, 8-4 7/21 at TNS W 9-4 3.41 7.0 2 1-0 0 3 6 85-52 W, 8-1 7/28 CHA W 10-4 3.22 6.0 8 0-0 0 0 6 103-64 W, 3-0 July Totals 3-2 1.23 29.1 19 6-4 0 7 23 5g, 4gs 2013 Totals 10-4 3.22 106.1 94 46-38 6 28 99 20g, 19gs

    LHP | 6-3, 185 lbs | Born: May 25, 1990 in Redmond, Wash. | Resides: Olympia, Wash. Twitter: @Adamconley29

    Drafted by the Marlins in the second round of the 2011 Draft out of the Washington State Univ. 2012 Highlights: Split first professional season between Single-A Greensboro and High-A Jupiter, combining to go 11-5 with a 3.47 ERA in 26 starts. With the Grasshoppers he went 7-3 with a 2.78 ERA in 14 starts and 74.1 innings. He earned South Atlantic League All-Star honors with his strong first half of the season. Recorded six-or-more strikeouts in 10 of 14 starts with Greensboro, including three eight strikeout performances. Promoted to Jupiter on June 24, and made 12 starts to finish the year with the Hammerheads where he went 4-2 with a 4.44 ERA in 52.2 IP. With the Hammerheads he limited opponents to three-or-fewer runs in nine of his 12 starts. 2011 Highlights: After signing with the Marlins, made two appearances and pitched in two innings with the GCL Marlins, allowing just one hit during his two games pitched. College: Conley pitched collegiately at Washington State Univ. in Pullman, Wash., and was drafted by the Marlins following his junior season with the Cougars. After being a closer early in his career, Conley moved into the starting rotation as a junior in 2011. In his junior year he recorded a team-leading six victories and struck out 83 with a 3.50 ERA. He set a WSU freshman record with 25 appearances and earned All Pac-10 honors following his sophomore season. He is the third player from Washington State to be selected by the Florida Marlins joining Chad Miles (fourth round, 1994) and Paul Gran (seventh round, 2008). Gran played for the Suns the past two seasons. BASEBALL AMERICA #10 MARLINS PROSPECT

    INSIDE THE NUMBERS 2013 AT BRAGAN FIELD: 5-3, 3.29 ERA in 10 GS 2013 ON THE ROAD: 5-1, 3.14 ERA in 10 G and 9 GS 2013 vs. OPP: .232, 6 HR 2013 vs. LHB: .209, 0 HR 2013 vs. RHB: .238, 6 HR SEASON HIGH Ks: 8, 3x, last 6/7 at BIR LAST WIN: 7/28 vs CHA LAST LOSS: 7/5 at CHA (Has Made Three Starts Since) SHORTEST START in 2013: 3.0, 4/29 vs. MOB LONGEST START IN 2013: 7.0, twice, last 7/14 vs. MOB SUNS RECORD IN CONLEY STARTS: 16-3 SUNS RECORD WHEN CONLEY PITCHES: 16-4

  • BREAKDOWNS SUNS BY DAYS

    Mon. (4-10); Tues. (5-6); Wed. (8-6); Thurs. (12-5); Fri. (10-8); Sat. (9-6); Sun. (10-7) SUNS BY MONTHS April (14-10); May (14-14); June (14-12); July (14-12) August (2-0); September (0-0) SUNS RECORD WHEN.Overall (First Half, Second Half) Overall............58-49 (34-33, 24-16) At Home..32-23 (16-18, 16-5) On Road26-26 (18-15, 8-11) Leading after 6 Innings 42-3 (23-2, 19-1) Tied after 6 Innings4-4 (3-3, 1-1) Trailing aft 6.12-40 (8-28, 4-12) Leading after 7 Innings35-3 (20-1, 15-1) Tied after 7 Innings6-8 (5-5, 1-3) Trailing after 78-31 (5-25, 3-6) Leading after 8 Innings40-2 (23-2, 18-0) Tied after 8 Innings7-7 (6-4, 1-3) Trailing after 82-33 (1-26, 1-7) Suns Score First41-10 (23-7, 18-4) Opp. Scores First17-34 (11-24, 6-10) Shutouts9-13 (5-8, 4-5) Scoring Less than 3 R10-33 (6-22, 4-11) Scoring 3 or 4 runs6-12 (3-8, 3-4) 5 or more R..41-4 (25-3, 16-1) One-run games.....22-15 (12-10 , 10-5) Two-run games7-9 (6-5, 1-4) Sudden Death W-L7-3 (5-1, 2-2) Extra Innings (Home)....2-2 (1-1, 1-1) Extra Innings (Road)......1-1 (1-0, 0-1) Extra Inn. Total...3-3 (2-1, 1-2) Series Openers...........12-10 (7-7, 5-3) Series Finales.........14-7 (8-5, 6-2) White Jer...28-13 (14-10, 14-3) Wearing Gray Jerseys..26-26 (18-15, 8-11) Wearing Promo Jerseys1-5 (0-3, 1-2) Yellow Jerseys 3-5 (2-5, 1-0) Series W-L-T (Home)........7-4 (3-4, 4-0) Series W-L-T (Road)...4-5-2 (3-2-2, 1-3) Series (Tot)...10-9-2 (6-6-2, 4-3) Series Sweeps (Home).............1-0 Series sweeps (Road)..............0-0 Series Sweeps (Total).......1-0 Come From Behind Wins...........23 Innings Batted Around..............14 Walkoff W/L ..7-3 (5-1, 2-2) Commit An Error30-37 (19-23, 11-14) Commit No Errors25-13 (15-10, 10-3) Loses After Leading..9 Steal At Least 1 Base33-13 (21-10, 11-3) Steal No Bases24-35 (13-22, 11-13) After Bus Trips6-8 (3-6, 3-2) Hit 1 or + HR.35-16 (24-11, 11-5) Hit No Home Runs21-32 (9-21, 12-11) Pen Given Lead 28-3 (15-2, 13-1) Suns Out-Hit Opp38-13 (25-9, 13-4) Opp. Out-Hits Suns..16-34 (8-23, 8-11) Hits Even3-2 (1-1, 2-1) RUNS BY INNINGS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Extra Inn. Total Suns 48 39 66 37 30 55 69 66 32 4 445 Opp 64 37 35 61 53 45 41 31 25 5 397 VS: SOUTHERN LEAGUE NORTH: BIR CHA HVL JXN TNS TOTALS: SOUTH: MOB MIS MTG PNS TOTALS: HOME: 1-4 7-3 4-1 3-2 1-0 16-10 HOME: 7-7 0-0 2-3 7-3 16-13 ROAD: 2-3 1-3 4-1 2-1 3-2 12-10 ROAD: 4-6 3-2 2-3 5-5 14-16 DAY: 1-2 3-1 1-0 0-2 0-0 5-5 DAY: 5-3 0-1 0-4 2-1 7-9 NIGHT: 2-5 5-5 9-2 5-1 4-2 23-15 NIGHT: 6-10 3-1 4-2 10-7 23-20 SHO: 0-3 0-0 2-0 1-2 0-0 3-5 SHO: 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 XTRA: 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 XTRA: 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 3-1 LHP: 1-3 1-2 2-0 0-1 2-2 6-8 LHP: 2-4 0-1 1-3 2-3 5-11 RHP: 2-4 7-4 6-2 5-3 2-0 23-13 RHP: 9-9 3-2 3-2 10-5 25-18 DH: 3-7 0-0 0-0 5-3 0-0 8-10 DH: 0-0 0-0 4-6 0-0 4-6 SUPERLATIVES 2013: MOST IN A GAME - PLAYERS: MOST IN A GAME - TEAM Hits: 2 tied at 5 OPP: 4 tied at 4 JAX: 18 (twice) OPP: 17-MIS (5/20) RBI: 9-Marisnick (5/30 at PNS) OPP: 7-Perez-MOB (6/24) JAX: 14 (4/28 vs MOB) OPP: 11-MOB (6/24) 2B's: 9 tied at 2 OPP: 3-Jones-JXN (5/1) JAX: 6 (6/7 at BIR) OPP: 2 tied at 5 3B's: 2-Yelich (5/7 vs PNS) OPP: 12 tied at 1 JAX: 2 (twice) OPP: 2-BIR (5/27) HR's: 4 tied at 2 OPP: 2 tied at 2 JAX: 5 (4/28 vs MOB) OPP: 4-BIR (6/11) SB's: 5 tied at 2 OPP: 3 tied at 2 JAX: 4 (twice) OPP: 5-MOB (twice) K's: 3 tied at 4 OPP: 3 tied at 4 JAX: 20 (5/7 vs PNS) OPP: 17-JXN (4/4) BB: 5 tied at 3 OPP: 2 tied at 3 JAX: 9 (4/24 vs CHA) OPP: 8-MOB (6/24) E's: 3 tied at 2 OPP: 3 tied at 2 JAX: 4 (twice) OPP: 6-TNS (7/22) PITCHERS GAME SUPERLATIVES: PITCHING GAME SUPERLATIVES: Hits: 5 tied at 10 OPP: 14-Crabbe-PNS (4/17) JAX: 17 (5/20 at MIS) OPP: 18 (twice) Runs: 9-Dyson (6/24 at MOB) OPP: 3 tied at 8 JAX: 12 (6/24 at MOB) OPP: 14-MOB (4/28) ERs: 8-Morey (6/11 at BIR) OPP: 2 tied at 8 JAX: 10 (Twice) OPP: 14-MOB (4/28) K: 2 tied at 9 OPP: 2 tied at 9 JAX: 17 (4/4 vs. JXN) OPP: 20-PNS (5/7) BB: 2 tied at 5 OPP: 4 tied at 5 JAX: 8 (6/24 at MOB) OPP: 9-CHA (4/24) STARTS BY BATTING ORDER 1st: Yelich (23-22); Marisnick (15-18); Dietrich (6-7); Black (6-2); Galloway (6-1); Pertusati (1-0) 2nd: Marisnick (15-14); Black (15-11);Ozuna (5-5); Main (6-1); Pertusati (3-4); Realmuto (2-0); Cox (1-1); Gutierrez (8-8); Ciriaco (0-1); Perio (0-1); Yelich (1-2); Galloway (1-1); Krick (1-0) 3rd: Jensen (13-14); Dietrich (17-8); Realmuto (11-11); Canha (5-6); Cox (4-2); Fisher (1-0); Pertusati (0-1); Yelich (0-1); Morrison (3-4); Marisnick (2-3); Krick (1-0) 4th: Jensen (19-16); Canha (17-14); Fisher (7-3); Realmuto (5-5); Ciriaco (4-1); Cox (4-7); Morrison (1-1); Dudley (1-2) 5th: Cox (17-12); Realmuto (12-9); Canha (8-7); Fisher (9-6); Smolinski (1-2); Jensen (2-2); Mathis (2-1); Ciriaco (1-4); Pertusati (2-6); Dudley (1-1); Krick (2-0) 6th: Realmuto (14-14); Canha (11-8); Cox (7-6); Ciriaco (9-8); Smolinski (2-0); Krick (4-4); Fisher (3-3); Perio (1-1); Dudley (2-3); Pertusati (4-1); Black (1-0) 7th: Pertusati (12-3); Ciriaco (9-8); Canha (8-7); Smolinski (5-3); Black (6-3); Gutierrez (4-3); Fisher (1-5); Krick (2-5); Perio (8-5); Jensen (0-2); Realmuto (1-2); Dudley (0-1); Main (2-2) 8th: Perio (16-16); Ciriaco (7-1); Main (14-10); Gutierrez (4-5); Black (7-8); Pertusati (5-2); Canha (1-1); Krick (3-4); Fisher (0-2) 9th: Pitchers (48-33); Black (5-2); Main (3-5); Smolinski (2-0); Perio (2-4); Gutierrez (0-6) STARTS BY POSITION C: Realmuto (44-36); Krick (12-12); Mathis (2-1) 1B: Canha (43-36); Ciriaco (2-0); Krick (1-0); Pertusati (1-0); Cox (1-1); Fisher (2-3); Morrison (3-4); Dudley (4-5); Perio (1-0) 2B: Perio (26-26); Dietrich (18-11); Black (9-2); Gutierrez (5-10); SS: Black (29-26); Ciriaco (20-14); Gutierrez (9-9); 3B: Cox (30-25); Fisher (17-10); Dietrich (5-3); Ciriaco (8-8); Krick (0-1); Gutierrez (2-2) LF: Pertusati (19-11); Yelich (13-8); Smolinski (8-5); Jensen (6-5); Canha (5-5); Marisnick (2-8); Fisher (2-5); Main (1-0); Ciriaco (0-1); Gutierrez (1-1); Black (1-0) CF: Marisnick (28-28); Main (12-9); Yelich (10-13); Galloway (8-1); Smolinski (0-1); RF: Jensen (27-26); Main (14-9); Ozuna (5-5); Pertusati (6-8) ; Smokinski (2-0); Marisnick (3-1); Yelich (1-0) DH: Ciriaco (1-0); Cox (6-2); Pertusati (1-0); Realmuto (1-4); Jensen (2-2); Canha (0-1); Fisher (0-1); Yelich (0-1); Morrison (1-1); Dudley (0-2); Perio (0-1); Dietrich (0-1)

    First Half Record.34-33 Longest Winning Streak8 (7/26-8/2) Longest Losing Streak..........5 (5/24-28) Longest Winning Streak-Home..8 (7/14-8/2) Longest Winning Streak-Road....5 (4/12-15) Longest Losing Streak-Home.3 (4/7-21) Longest Losing Streak-Road.3 (5/12-14) Longest Game-Innings..............13 (twice) Longest Game-Time-Ex. Innings.4:10 (4/25) Longest Game Time -9 Inn...3:34 (4/24) Longest Gm-Time-Home-9 Inn....3:34 (4/24) Longest Game-Time-Road-9 Inn3:30 (4/13) Shortest Game-Time-9 Inn........2:14 (6/28) Shortest Gm-Time-Home-9 inn..2:16 (Twice) Shortest Game-Time-Road-9 inn 2:14 (6/28) Largest Winning Margin10 (twice) Largest Winning Margin-Home..9 (6/23) Largest Winning Margin-Road.10 (twice) Largest Losing Margin...............12 R (6/24) Largest Losing Margin-Home.......10 R (4/7) Largest Losing Margin-Road.......12 R (6/24) Most Games Over .500...............9 (5/18) Most Games Under .500................. Biggest Comeback to Win.........4R (twice) Biggest Blown Lead in Loss........6 R (6/16) Most Errors Game 4 (3x) Highest Attendance-Home.......9,286 (7/3) Highest Attendance-Road...7,597 (6/7-BIR) Highest Attendance..................9,286 (7/3)

  • SUNS AT THE PLATE DANNY BLACK (9) 5 of 7 Gs (5-21) LAST GAME: CHA SERIES: 2-11, 3B, R, 3K. MTG SERIES: 3-10, 2R, 2K. LAST HR: HVL (6/20) MULTI HIT Gs: 8 (4x1) MULTI RBI Gs: 2 (3x1) AS PH: 1-3 AS DH: INFO: 13:w/JAX: ,185/1/5 in 22 G before placed on DL on 5/7 with left oblique strain. 12: w/JAX: .265 (9-34)/0/2, 3 2B in 8 G. 3-4 in AA debut on 5/20 vs. PNS. w/JUP: FSL Postseason All-Star. .314 (92-293)/0/30, 16 2B, 4 3B in 78 G. Missed last month and a half of season with left wrist sprain. 11: w/GBO: .280 (116-415)/5/51, 18 2B, 5 3B in 120 G. All pro homers in 11. 10: w/JAM: .271/0/15, 8 2B, 8 3B in 43 G. Drafted by Marlins in 14th rd of 10 draft out of Oklahoma. Hit .339/47 RBI in senior year, teammates with former Sun Zach Neal at OU, helped Sooners reach 2010 College World Series. BASEBALL AMERICA #28 MARLINS PROSPECT. MARK CANHA (36) 10 of 12 Gs (20-41) LAST GAME: 0-3, K. TNS SERIES: 0-3, K. CHA SERIES: 4-13, 7RBI, 3B, 2 2B, R, 5K. LAST HR: @MTG (7/27) MULTI HIT Gs: 19 (3x5) (5x1) MULTI RBI Gs: 10 (3x2) AS PH: 1-4 AS DH: 1-4 INFO: 13: w/JAX: April: .282/3/12. May: .200/1/3. June: .230/2/8. July: .370/4/17. 12: w/JUP: .293 (119-406)/6/68, 24 2B, 3 3B in 114 G. Led JUP in BB (54), SF (8) and was 2nd in RBI. 11: w/GBO: .276 (106-384)/25/85, 22 2B in 107 G. Led GBO in BB (59) SLG (.529). 2nd in SAL in HR (25), 4th in RBI (85). 10: w/GCL Marlins: .176 (3-17)/0/1 in 6 G. w/JAM: .264 (14-53)/4/9 in 14 G. Drafted by MIA in 7th rd of 10 draft from Cal-Berkeley. Was all-PAC 10 as a soph .366/12 HR. Twitter: @outtadaparkmark AUDY CIRIACO (15) 4 of 5 Gs (5-15) LAST GAME: 1-2, 2B, R, BB, K. TNS SERIES: 1-2, 2B, R, BB, K. CHA SERIES: 2-6, R, 2BB, 2K. LAST HR: MTG (6/13) MULTI HIT Gs: 11 (3x2) MULTI RBI: 4 (3x2) AS PH: 0-3 AS DH: INFO: 13: w/JAX: April: .244/2/5. May: .207/2/11. June .217/1/4. July .260/0/5. Placed on DL on 6/17 with right hamstring strain, activated from DL 7/4. 12: w/TOL-AAA: .224/12/35, 16 2B in 102 G. 11: w/ERIE-AA: .277/5/55 in 101 G. w/TOL-AAA: .093 (5-54)/0/2 in 14 G. 10: w/ERIE-AA: .241/9/36 in 61 G. w/TOL-AAA: .000 (0-3)/0/0 in 1 G. 09: w/LAK-A+ (w/Barkett): .262/11/59 in 121 G. w/TOL-AAA: .160/0/0 in 7 G. 08: w/WMICH-A: .240/7/50 in 107 G. 07: w/WMICH-A: .224/4/39 in 121 G. 06: w/GCL Tigers: .217/4/19 in 50 G. 05: w/GCL Tigers: .250/5/23 in 40 G. Signed by Marlins as FA this past offseason, originally signed by Tigers in 2005. Was on DET 40-man in 2009 but later removed from it in 2011. From same hometown (San Pedro de Macoris) as Sammy Sosa, Alfonso Soriano, Starlin Castro, Robinson Cano, Johnny Cueto, Jose Valverde. Older brother Pedro Ciriaco has played in MLB for Pirates, Red Sox, and is now with the Triple-A Royals (Omaha). ZACK COX (38) 7 of 9 Gs (8-28) LAST GAME: 0-1, K. CHA SERIES: 4-16, RBI, 2B, 2R, BB, 4K. MTG SERIES: 4-15, HR, 2RBI, 2R, 2B, 2K, BB. LAST HR: @MTG (7/27) MULTI HIT Gs: 10 MULTI RBI: 3 AS PH: AS DH: 3-15 INFO: 13: w/JAX: April: .328/0/5. Placed on DL on 5/1 with right hamstring strain. Transferred to AAA-NOLA on 7/4. Was hitting .281/1/17 with JAX. W/NOLA-AAA (2 G) 0-5 at plate, 0 HR, 0 RBI. 12: w/JAX-AA (24 G): .253 (24-95)/1/13. Debut 2-5, 3RBI vs. MOB on Aug 6. w/MEM-AAA (84 G): .254 (76-299)/9/30. 11: w/PB-A+ (42G): .335 (55-164)/3/20. w/SPR-AA (93 G): .293/10/48. 10: w/GCL Cards (4 G). .400 (6-15)/0/1. Acquired by MIA from STL in exchange for RHP Edward Mujica on 7/31/12. Drafted by STL in first round (25th Overall) out of Arkansas in 2010 Draft. First Cardinal draftee to get MLB contract since J.D. Drew in 99. BASEBALL AMERICA #15 MARLINS PROSPECT DEREK DIETRICH (7) 3 of 5 Gs (4-14) LAST GAME: 0-2, BB, K. TNS SERIES: 0-2, BB, K. CHA SERIES: 4-16, RBI, 2B, 3R, 3BB, 7K. LAST HR: @MTG (7/27) MULTI HIT Gs: 11 MULTI RBI Gs: 5 (3x1) AS PH: 1-1 AS DH: 0-3 INFO: 13: w/JAX-AA (28 G): .282 (29-103)/4/16 7 2B/2 3B. Hit walkoff homer vs. MOB on 4/26. Promoted to MLB Marlins on 5/8. w/MIA-MLB (57 G): .214 (46-215)/9/23, 10 2B, 2 3B. With Marlins reached base safely in 46 of 57 career games, reached safely in his first 14 career games. At time of transfer to Suns (7/23) was second in MLB among rookies with 9 HRs (topped by ATL Evan Gattis-14). First MLB hit came in first MLB AB on 5/8 at SD, lined a single to right. Hit first MLB homer on 5/10 at LAD off Matt Magill, game-tying 3R shot at Dodger Stadium. 2: w/CHA-A+ FSL All-Star. (98 G): .282 (105-372)/10/58, 21 2B, 9 3B. w/MTG-AA (34 G): .271 (36-133)/4/17, 7 2B, 1 3B. Hit .167 (6-36) vs. JAX. 11: w/BG-A Team MVP and MWL Mid-All-Star (127 G): .277/22/81. Led Rays org with 22 HR. 10: HV-R (45 G): .279/3/20. Acquired by Marlins in trade with TB on 12/4/12 in exchange for SS Yunel Escobar. Drafted by TB in 2nd rd of 10 draft from Georgia Tech. Semifinalist for 2010 Golden Spikes Award. Accomplished juggler, sister pro figure skater. Grandson of former MLB 3B Steve Demeter. BASEBALL AMERICA #12 MARLINS PROSPECT. ISSAC GALLOWAY (16) 6 of 7 Gs (9-29) LAST GAME: 0-4, K. TNS SERIES: 0-4, K. CHA SERIES: 8-21, HR, 3RBI, 2B, 6R, BB, 6K. LAST HR: CHA (7/29) MULTI HIT Gs: 3 MULTI RBI: 2 AS PH: AS DH: INFO: 13: w/JUP-A+ (89 G): .271 (94-347)/5/40, 24 2B, 3 3B. 12 BB/73K. 2013 FSL Midseason All-Star. At time of promotion led JUP in H (94), HR (5), RBI (40) 2B (40). 12:w/JUP-A+ (39 G): .223/2/13, 7 2B 0 3B. 11: w/GBO-A (110): .241/16/54, 26 2B, 1 3B. 10: w/JUP-A+ (30 G): .200/0/6 3 3B, 3 3B. 09: w/GBO-A (83 G): .268/3/30, 24 2B, 3 3B. 08: w/GCL Marlins (48 G): .286/1/23 13 2B, 5 3B. Selected by the Marlins in the 8th round of the 2008 Draft out of Los Osos HS in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Originally committed to San Diego State before being drafted. CHRIS GUTIERREZ (12) 4 of 5 Gs (4-14) LAST GAME: 0-3. TNS SERIES: 0-3. CHA SERIES: 4-11, RBI, 2R, 2K. LAST HR: @MTG (7/25) MULTI HIT Gs: 6 MULTI RBI Gs:2 AS PH: 4-11 AS DH: INFO: 13: w/JAX: April: .194/0/2. Transferred to NOLA 5/29. Transferred to JAX 6/13. w/NOLA-AAA: .447/0/3 in 17G. w/JAX prior: .216/0/9 in 48 G. 12: w/NOLA-AAA (4 G): .100 (1-10)/1/2. w/JAX-AA (118 G): .248 (104-420)/3/45. Most homers in a season during career. 11: w/NOLA-AAA (6 gm): .188/ 0/1. w/JAX-AA (122 G): .227 (89-392)/0/47. 10: w/INL-A (121 G): .312 (139-446)/1/35, 24 2B, 4 3B, 74 BB, 16 K. 09: w/NH-AA (21 G): .242 (15-62)/0/2, 3 2B, 7 BB/20K. w/SALTLK-AAA (3 G): .222 (2-9)/0/0. 1 2B, 1BB/4K. w/ARK-AA (33 G): .279/1/11, 5 2B, 1 3B, 21BB/23K. 08: w/SYR-AAA (5 G): .071 (1-14)/0/0. 2BB/6K. w/NH-AA (82 G): .254 (68-268)/2/35, 17 2B/3 3B, 43BB/61K. 07: w/LAN-A (24 G): .244 (20-82)/0/10, 8 2B/0 3B, 14 BB/16K. w/DUN-A+ (68 G): .248 (60-242)/2/26, 9 2B/1 3B, 29BB/30K. Split 06 with Dunedin (.221/1/19) and Lansing (.320/0/9). Split 05 with Pulaski (.236/2/20) and Auburn (.226/0/6). Signed by FLA as a MLFA in Jan. 2013, signed as NDFA by TOR in June 05. Also played in LAA and LAD orgs. Twitter: @ssguti13HR TAYLOR KRICK (31) 1 of 5 Gs (1-14) LAST GAME: CHA SERIES: 1-7, RBI, R, 2BB, 2K. MTG SERIES: 0-7, 3K. TNS SERIES: 1-6, RBI, 2B, K. LAST HR: @CHA (7/5) MULTI HIT Gs: 6 (3x1) MULTI RBI Gs: 4 (3x2) AS PH: 1-7 AS DH: INFO: 13: Began season with Suns, 3-10, RBI. w/NOLA-AAA: 3 G, 0-3. April w/JAX: .313/0/0. May .207/0/0. June: .435/0/5. July: .200/1/8. 12: w/JAX-AA (7 G): .188 (3-16)/0/1. w/JUP-A+ (81 G): .300 (75-250)/0/38, 16 2B, 1 3B. 11: w/JUP-A+ (68): .246/1/16. 10: w/GBO-A (40 G): .223/2/10. 09: w/JAM-R (6 G): .222/0/0. w/GCL Marlins: .174/0/1 in 8 G. Signed as non-drafted free agent in 2009. Attended CSU-Long Beach. Has played 3B, C, 1B, RF, LF in Marlins org. Twitter: @taylorkrick. MICHAEL MAIN (24) 5 of 6 Gs (5-18) LAST GAME:1-3, RBI. TNS SERIES: 1-3, RBI. CHA SERIES: 4-15, 2R, 2B, 2BB, 4K. LAST HR: MULTI HIT Gs: 5 (3x1) MULTI RBI Gs: 1 AS PH: 0-2 AS DH: INFO: 13: w/JAX to begin season: .196 (9-46)/0/2 in 13 G. w/JUP: .385 (5-13)/0/2 in 3 G. w/GBO: .228/1/7 in 23 G. 12: w/JUP-A+ (4 G): .200 (2-10)/0/0. w/GCL Marlins (11 G): .340 (16-47)/0/7. w/JAM (41 G): .276/2/20, 5 2B. 11: w/SJ-A+: 2-4, 6.84 ERA in 22 G/8 GS. 10: w/BAK-A+: 5-3, 3.45 ERA in 15G/GS. w/RICH-AA: 0-3, 13.83 ERA in 5G/4GS. 09: w/AZL Rangers: 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 2GS. w/BAK-A: 4-6, 6.83 ERA in 14G/12 GS. 08: w/AZL Rangers: 1-1, 3.38 ERA in 3G/GS. w/CLI-A: 2-2, 2.58 ERA in 10G/GS. 07: w/AZL Rangers: 0-1, 1.42 ERA in 5G/5GS. Signed as MILBFA 4/12. Drafted by Rangers as RHP in 1st round (24 overall) of 2007 draft from Deland (FL) HS. Traded by TEX to SF with Chris Ray in exchange for Bengie Molina in 2010. ALEX McCLURE (3) 0 of 1 Gs (0-1) LAST GAME: CHA SERIES: 0-1, K. LAST HR: MULTI HIT Gs: MULTI RBI Gs: AS PH: 0-1 AS DH: INFO: 13: Traded to the Marlins on 7/21 in exchange for OF Gorkys Hernandez. w/GBO (A) in 8G: .185(5-27)/0/2 in 8 G. w/WIL (A+) in 24 G: .238 (20-84)/0/5, 3 2B. w/NWA-AA (50 G): .213/0/12, 7 2B. 12: w/WIL-A+ (58 G): .222/0/19. w/NWA-AA (61 G): .212/1/9. 11: w/WIL-A+ (67 G): .196/1/13. 10: w/BUR-R (40 G): .236/0/15. w/BUR-A+ (27 G): .225/1/14. Traded to the Marlins on 7/21 in exchange for OF Gorkys Hernandez on 7/21/10. Selected by Kansas City in the 11th round of the 2010 Draft out of Middle Tennessee State, did not play for the Blue Raiders in 2010 due to NCAA transfer rules. In 2009 played at Vanderbilt, hit .378 in 29 games. In 2008 was at Walters State CC in Morristown, Tenn. Started in 56 games as a shortstop for WSCC that made the NJCAA College World Series, finishing with a 55-9 mark, hit .239. Father Gary is head baseball coach at Clarksville, Tenn.s Austin Peay State Univ. DANNY PERTUSATI (7): 4 of 5 Gs (5-18) LAST GAME: 1-3, K. TNS SERIES: 1-3, K. CHA SERIES: 4-19, HR, 8 RBI, 2 2B, 2R, BB, K. LAST HR: CHA (7/29) MULTI HIT Gs: 4 (3x1) MULTI RBI Gs: 4 (4x3) AS PH: 4-17 AS DH: INFO: 13: Began season with JAX (10 G): .238 (5-21)/0/1. To JUP on 4/20. w/JUP (10 G): .238/1/5.12: w/JAX-AA (38 G): .300 (36-120)/4/18, 6 2B, 2 3B. w/JUP-A+ (70 G): .232 (52-224)/2/11, 10 2B. 11: w/JUP-A+ (119 G): .237/6/42. 10: w/JUP-A+ (110): .207/2/26, 14 SB. 09: w/GBO-A (123 G): .251/4/38. 08: w/GCL Marlins (46 G): .295/2/23. Drafted by FLA in 13th rd of 08 draft. Homered off 2012 18-game winner Lance Lynn of the Cardinals in 2013 Spring Training game. Twitter: @DPert12. J.T. REALMUTO (11) 4 of 4 Gs (7-15) LAST GAME: 1-3. TNS SERIES: 1-3. CHA SERIES: 6-12, HR, 3RBI, 2B, 4R, BB, K. LAST HR: CHA (7/29) MULTI HIT Gs: 13 (4x2) MULTI RBI Gs: 7 (4x1) AS PH: 0-1 AS DH: 1-10 INFO: 13: w/JAX: Homered in first AA at-bat on 4/4 against JXN RHP Taijuan Walker. April: 212/2/4. May: .194/0/4 in 67 AB. June: .293/0/9. July: .225/2/9. 12: w/JUP-A+ FSL Mid-All-Star (123 G): .256 (114-446)/8/46, 16 2B. Hit .294 in June. 11: w/GBO-A (96 G): .287/12/49. Three hitting streaks of 7 or more gms with SAL Champ GBO. 10: w/GCL Marlins: .175/0/4 in 12 G. Drafted by Marlins in 3rd rd of 2010 draft out of Carl Albert High in Midwest City, Okla. Rated as best defensive catcher in MIA org by Baseball America. BASEBALL AMERICA #9 MARLINS PROSPECT.

  • SUNS PITCHERS BATTING

    PLAYER AB R H AVG BB/K 2B 3B HR RBI SAC PH

    ALVAREZ 6 1 2 .333 0/3 0 0 1 3 0 0/0 BRADY 2 0 1 .500 0/1 1 0 0 0 0 0/0

    CARGILL 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 CAMINERO 2 0 1 .500 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 A. CONLEY 21 1 0 .000 5/12 0 0 0 0 3 0/0 J. CONLEY 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 DAYTON 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    DeSCLAFANI 13 0 2 .222 1/5 0 0 0 0 2 0/0 DYSON 11 0 0 .000 1/5 0 0 0 0 6 0/0

    EOVALDI 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 EVANS 6 0 0 .000 0/2 0 0 0 0 1 0/0 FLYNN 4 0 2 .500 0/2 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    HEANEY 2 0 1 .500 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    JACKSON 12 1 2 .167 0/7 0 0 0 0 2 0/0

    LAZO 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    LEVERTON 4 1 1 .250 0/2 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    McGOUGH 4 3 1 .250 2/1 0 0 0 1 1 0/0 MOREY 19 2 1 .053 3/9 0 0 0 0 4 0/0

    NEIL 9 2 2 .222 4/6 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    NICOLINO 3 0 0 .000 0/2 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    OJALA 3 0 1 .333 0/1 1 0 0 0 0 0/0

    OLMOS 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 VARNER 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    WAITE 1 0 0 .000 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

    Total: 126 11 17 .135 14/65 2 0 1 4 20 0/0

    CATCHERS BOX CATCHER: SBA: CS: E: PB: % W-L NOTES: KRICK: 28 3 3 4 11% 12-12 MATHIS: 0 0 0 1 0% 2-1 REALMUTO: 61 24 7 9 39% 44-36 TOTAL: 89 27 10 14 30% 58-49

  • SUNS STARTING PITCHERS #34 ANTHONY DeSCLAFANI RHP | 6-2, 195 lbs | Born: April 18, 1990 in Lakewood, N.J. Age: 23 | Resides: Miami Beach, Fla. Twitter: @ADeSclafani

    Acquired by the Marlins from Toronto with RHP Henderson Alvarez, INF Yunel Escobar, INF Adeiny Hechavarria, C Jeff Mathis, OF Jake Marisnick and LHP Justin Nicolino in exchange for INF Emilio Bonifaco, C John Buck, LHP Mark Buehrle, RHP Josh Johnson, INF Jose Reyes, and cash on November 19, 2012. Originally selected by Toronto in the

    sixth round of the 2011 Draft out of the University of Florida. 2013 Highlights: DeSclafani enjoyed a solid start to the season as a Florida State League All-Star, going 4-2 with a 1.67 ERA in 12 starts with the High-A Jupiter Hammerheads. In 10 of his 12 starts he held opponents to fewer than one earned run, and at the time of his promotion to Jacksonville his 1.67 ERA was third-best in the Florida State League. In 54 innings he had 53 strikeouts, and had a 53/9 strikeout to walk ratio. Was named Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for the week of June 3-9. 2012 Highlights: Spent the entire season with the Class A Lansing Lugnuts of the Midwest League. Went 11-3 with a 3.37 ERA in 28 games pitched and 21 starts, working in 123 innings, striking out 92 batters while walking 25. He was tied for fourth in the Midwest League in wins (11), 10th in BB/9 IP at 1.83, and stranded 70 percent of runners who reached base. College: Drafted by the Blue Jays following his junior season at the University of Florida. For his career, DeSclafani was 13-9 with a 5.34 ERA in 68 appearances and 19 starts for the Gators. As a freshman in 2009, DeSclafani went 6-3 with a 4.98 ERA in 21 games pitched and 11 starts. As a sophomore in 2010, went 2-3 with a 7.08 ERA in 19 games and six starts as the Gators won the SEC Regular Season Championship. In 2011 was a member of the College World Series finalists as a junior, going 5-3 with a 4.33 ERA in 28 games and a pair of starts. Personal: Only baseball player to ever be drafted out of Colts Neck High School in Colts Neck, N.J. Was originally drafted by the Red Sox in the 22nd round of the 2008 draft but opted to attend the University of Florida. Played for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox in the Cape Cod League in 2010, a team which claimed the Eastern Division and had the best recordIn nine appearances during the regular season, he was 3-0 with a 2.12 ERAOver 17 innings, DeSclafani totaled 18 strikeouts, allowed eight walks and permitted four earned runsParticipated in a team-high four games out of the bullpen in the playoffs, working 5.2 innings with five K. #4 ADAM CONLEY | LHP | 6-3, 185 lbs | Born: May 25, 1990 in Redmond, Wash. | Resides: Olympia, Wash. Twitter: @Adamconley29

    Drafted by the Marlins in the second round of the 2011 Draft out of the Washington State Univ. 2012 Highlights: Split first professional season between Single-A Greensboro and High-A Jupiter, combining to go 11-5 with a 3.47 ERA in 26 starts. With the Grasshoppers he went 7-3 with a 2.78 ERA in 14 starts and 74.1 innings. He earned South Atlantic League All-Star honors with his strong first half of the season. Recorded six-or-more strikeouts in 10 of 14 starts with Greensboro, including three eight strikeout performances. Promoted to Jupiter on June 24, and made 12 starts to finish the year with the Hammerheads where he went 4-2 with a 4.44 ERA in 52.2 IP. With the Hammerheads he limited opponents to three-or-fewer runs in nine of his 12 starts. 2011 Highlights: After signing with the Marlins, made two appearances and pitched in two innings with the GCL Marlins, allowing just one hit during his two games pitched. College: Conley pitched collegiately at Washington State Univ. in Redmond, Wash., and was drafted by the Marlins following his junior season with the Cougars. After being a closer early in his career, Conley moved into the starting rotation as a junior in 2011. In his junior year he recorded a team-leading six victories and struck out 83 with a 3.50 ERA. He set a WSU freshman record with 25 appearances and earned All Pac-10 honors following his sophomore season. He is the third player from Washington State to be selected by the Florida Marlins joining Chad Miles (fourth round, 1994) and Paul Gran (seventh round, 2008). Gran played for the Suns the past two seasons. BASEBALL AMERICA #10 MARLINS PROSPECT #23 ROBERT MOREY | RHP | 6-1, 185 lbs | Born: November 27, 1991 in Virginia Beach, Va. | Resides: Virginia Beach, Va. Twitter: @theRMorey

    Drafted by the Marlins in the fifth round of the 2010 Draft out of the University of Virginia. 2012 Highlights: Spent the entire season with the High-A Jupiter Hammerheads where he went 8-3 with a 3.84 ERA in 18 games, 16 starts, and 89 innings. He led the team with his eight victories and was third on the team in innings pitched with 89. 2011 Highlights: Spent the entire season with the Single-A Greensboro Grasshoppers, helping Greensboro win the 2011 South Atlantic League championship. Morey went 7-7 with a 5.14 ERA in a team-high 25 starts. He also threw the only complete game shutout of the year for the Grasshoppers against the Savanah Sand Gnats (Mets) on July 29, 2011. Was second on the team in wins with seven. 2010 Highlights: After being drafted in June, started 12 games for the Single-A Greensboro Grasshoppers, going 1-3 with a 3.65 ERA in 44.1 innings pitched. College: Morey pitched collegiately at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. He pitched as a reliever in his first season and a half before he was converted into a starting role. Morey was a second-team All-ACC pick was second on the team in wins in 2010 with a 9-3 record and a 3.72 ERA in 15 starts as a junior. The Cavaliers fell to the Oklahoma Sooners in the Charlottesville Super Regional, coming one game short of the 2010 College World Series in Omaha, Neb #20 JUSTIN NICOLINO LHP | 6-3, 195 lbs | Born: November 22, 1991 in Orlando, Fla. Age: 21 | Resides: Orlando, Fla. Twitter: @J_Nicolino22 Acquired by the Marlins from Toronto with RHP Henderson Alvarez, INF Yunel Escobar, INF Adeiny Hechavarria, C Jeff Mathis, OF Jake Marisnick and RHP Anthony Desclafani in exchange for INF Emilio Bonifaco, C John Buck, LHP Mark Buehrle, RHP Josh Johnson, INF Jose Reyes, and cash on November 19, 2012. Originally selected by Toronto in the

    second round of the 2010 Draft from University High School in Orlando, Fla. 2013 Highlights: Nicolino was a Florida State Leauge Midseason-All Star, going 5-2 with a 2.23 ERA in 18 starts and 96.2 innings pitched with the Hammerheads to begin 2013. At the time of his promotion (July 18) he featured the lowest ERA among qualifying FSL pitchers at 2.23 with the next closest at 2.61. He also featured the third-lowest WHIP at 1.11 and among starting pitchers had the fourth-lowest walk per nine inning ratio (1.68) and third fewest baserunners per nine inning ratio (10.15). 2012 Highlights: Nicolino spent all of 2012 with the High-A Lansing Lugnuts of the Midwest League, where he was a Midwest League Midseason and Postseason All-Star. With the Lugnuts he went 10-4 with a 2.46 ERA in 28 games pitched and 22 starts in 124.1 innings on the mound. His 2.46 ERA was the lowest of any Midwest League qualifying pitcher that season as well as posting the leagues lowest WHIP at 1.07. 2011 Highlights: In his first professional season, Nicolino began the year with Vancouver going 5-1 with a 1.03 ERA in 12 games and nine starts in the Northwest League. He would finish the season making three starts in the Midwest League, going 1-1 with a 3.12 with the Lansing Lugnuts. Personal: Drafted by the Tornoto Blue Jays in the second round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft out of University High School in Orlando, Fla. At University, he hit .294 during his senior season and posted a 1.14 ERA with 61 strikeouts in 37 innings pitched. He was committed to the University of Virginia where he planned on getting a business degree. Signed with the Blue Jays for a $615,000 bonus. Was asked to pitch for Team Italy in the 2013 World Baseball Classic but declined due to desire to get integrated into the Marlins organization. Grandfather is Italian, thats why he couldve pitched for Team Italia. Grew up going to a few Marlins games at Sun Life Stadium, three hours away from Orlando. BASEBALL AMERICA #6 MARLINS PROSPECT #27 ANDREW HEANEY LHP | 6-2, 188 lbs | Born: June 5, 1991 in Oklahoma City, Okla. Age: 22 | Resides: Oklahoma City, Okla. Twitter: @Heandog8

    Selected by the Marlins in the first round (ninth overall) of the 2012 Draft out of Oklahoma State University. 2013 Highlights: Heaney was transferred to Jacksonville from High-A Jupiter on July 30 after compiling a 5-2 record and 0.88 ERA (6 ER in 61.2 IP) in 13 games (12 starts) for the Hammerheads. The Oklahoma native did not allow an earned run in his final five starts with Jupiter, totaling 27.0 frames in the stretch. Prior to this season, the 22-year-old was rated by Baseball America as the No. 43 overall prospect, as well as the third-best in the Marlins organization. 2012 Highlights: After being drafted by the Marlins in the first round with the ninth overall pick, Heaney made his first professional start on August 2 against the GCL Nationals, allowing one run on four hits with one hit batter and four strikeouts. Promoted to Single-A Greensboro after two starts with the GCL Marlins. Finished his time there making four starts, going 1-2 with a 4.95 ERA in four starts. Personal: Drafted out of Oklahoma State University after posing an 8-2 record and a 1.60 ERA n 15 starts as a junior. Named the Big 12 Conference Pitcher of the Year and a Division I First Team All-American 2012 after leading NCAA with 140 strikeouts in 118.1 innings. Pitched in high school at Putnam City High, in his senior year going 7-2 with a 1.32 ERA and 114 strikeouts. Was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2009 in the 24th round but did not sign. Majored in physical education at OSU. BASEBALL AMERICAN #3 MARLINS PROSPECT

  • SUNS BULLPEN LAST OUTING: 8/2 vs TNS IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS ANDRELCZYK (35) RHP 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0/0 0-0-0 0-0 Totals 6.1 4 2 2 4 6 0/0 0-0-0 (5-5) INFO: 13: w/JUP: 1-2, 2.55 ERA in 11 G and 0 GS. 12: w/JAX: 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 G and 0 GS. 1.0 IP. Shut down with injury after appearance on Opening Night, right elbow UCL sprain. 11: w/NEW: 4-1, 1.49 ERA in 21 G/36.1 IP. w/JAX: 5-2, 3.06 ERA in 20G/1GS. 10: w/JAX: 0-0, 7.20 ERA in 5.0 IP in 3 G. w/JUP: 3-4, 3.04 ERA in 68 IP in 43 G, 2 SV. 09: SAL All-Star. w/GBORO: 2-5, 2.29 ERA in 59 IP in 44G, 19 SV. w/JUP: 2-1, 5.06 ERA in 6G. 08: w/JAM: 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 8.1 IP in 7 G. w/GRBORO: 1-4, 6.12 ERA in 25 IP, 19G, 1SV. Selected in the fifth round (149th overall) in the 2008 First-Year Player Draft out of Coastal Carolina. LAST OUTING: 8/2 vs TNS IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS BRADY (46) RHP 1.0 2 0 0 0 1 1/1 0-0-1 0-0 Totals 41.1 31 10 8 5 45 18/20 1-2-18 (3-0) INFO: 2013 Southern League All-Star. 12: w/JUP: 10-6, 2.42 ERA in 50 G, 53.1 IP, 43 saves. FSL Midseason All-Star. 11: w/JAX: 0-0, 4.50 ERA in 2.0 IP, 1 G. w/GBO: 7-1, 1.91 ERA in 61.1 IP, 48 G. 10: w/JAM: 1-1, 1.59 ERA in 26 G, 28.1 IP. Drafted by Marlins in 24th round of 2009 Draft out of Cal-Berkeley, was their starting shortstop for three years. LAST OUTING: 8/1 vs CHA IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS CAMINERO (37) RHP 1.0 1 1 1 0 2 0/0 0-0-0 0-0 Totals 47.1 30 22 20 20 58 3/5 5-2-3 (4-1) INFO: 12: w/JUP: 1-0, 0.44 ERA in 20.2 IP and 19 G, 1 SV. w/JAX: 0-0, 3.06 ERA in 17.2 IP and 12 G. 11: w/GCL Marlins: 0-0, 9.00 ERA. Appeared in just one game due to a right elbow strain and surgery on July 12. 10: w/GBO: 5-2, 3.01 ERA in 74.2 IP and 48 G with 3 SV. 09: w/JUP: 0-0, 30.86 ERA in 2.1 IP and 2 G. w/JAM: 3-1, 3.00 ERA in 24.0 IP and 15 G. w/GBO: 5-2, 3.01 ERA in 74.2 IP and 48 G. 08: w/GCL Marlins: 0-1, 1.56 ERA in 17.1 IP and 14 G. w/GBO: 0-0, 3.00 ERA in 1 G and 3.0 IP. w/JAM: 1-0, 4.91 ERA in 7.1 IP and 6 G. 07: w/DSL Marlins: 2-3, 2.83 ERA in 16 G/4GS, 1 SV, 47.2 IP. 06: w/DSL Marlins: 0-1, 7.36 ERA in 22.0 IP and 18 G. 05: w/DSL Marlins: 1-2, 5.54 ERA in 26.0 IP and 17 G. Signed as a non-drafted free agent on May 25, 2005. LAST OUTING: 8/1 vs CHA IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS CARGILL (28) RHP 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0/0 0-0-0 0-0 Totals 44.1 19 7 5 11 20 0/1 2-1-0 (21-8) INFO: 13: Southern League All-Star. w/JUP: 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 5 G / 0 GS in 7.1 IP. 12: w/JAM: 0-0, 2.25 ERA in 2 G / 0 GS, 4.0 IP. w/GBO: 0-1, 1.54 ERA in 9 G and 0 GS, 2 SV. w/ JUP: 0-0, 1.69 ERA in 18 G / 0 GS, 1 SV in 21.1 IP. w/JAX: 2-0, 2.45 ERA in 9 G / 0 GS. 11: w/Marlins GCL: 1-0, 6.52 ERA in 6 G / 0 GS, 1 SV in 9.2 IP. w/JAM: 0-0, 6.00 ERA in 2 G / 0 GS. Selected in the 22nd round of the 2010 Draft out of Southern Miss. LAST OUTING: 7/30 vs CHA IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS DAYTON (25) LHP 1.2 2 0 0 0 4 W 0/0 1-0-0 2-2 Totals 27.1 28 8 8 9 43 1/3 4-3-1 (7-2) INFO: 13: Southern League All-Star. Began season on DL recovering from left elbow stress fracture. 12: w/JUP: 2-5, 2.10 ERA in 31 G, 6 SG, 2 SV in 60.0 IP. Began season in JUP rotation and went 0-5 despite 2.16 ERA. Promoted to JAX Aug. 13. w/JAX: 2-1, 4.15 ERA in 7 G, 0 GS, 13.0 IP. Following season pitched with Phoenix Desert Dogs in AFL, appearaed in 10 games with no record and 3.75 ERA. 11: w/GBO: 7-1, 2.89 ERA in 49 G, 0 GS, 5 SV, 71.2 IP. Led GBO in appearances and second in ERA. Marlins Pitcher of the Month for June after going 2-0 with 1 SV and 0.00 ERA over 12.2 IP. 10: w/GCL Marlins: 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 G. w/JAM: 1-1, 1.26 ERA in 17 G and 0 GS, 28.2 IP. Drafted by the Marlins in the 11th round of the 2010 Draft out of Auburn University. Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America and SEC All-Freshman Team in 2008. Pitched at Bob Jones High School in Madison, Ala., First team All-State in 2006. LAST OUTING: 7/20 at TNS IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS NEIL (29) RHP 2.0 5 1 1 1 0 0/0 0-0-0 0-0 Relief Totals w/JAX 3.0 6 1 1 1 1 0/0 0-0-0 (0-0) INFO: 13: Began year in Suns starting rotation: 1-2, 4.09 ERA in 6 GS, 33.0 IP. Transferred to NOLA May 20. With AAA NOLA: 2-3, 5.08 ERA in 9G and 9 GS in 44.1 IP. 2012: w/JUP (A+): 6-0, 2.06 ERA in 8 GS. w/JAX (AA): 2-7, 4.78 ERA in 19GS. 2011: w/JAM : 2-3, 3.26 ERA in 13 GS. w/JUP (A+): 2-0. 3.48 ERA in 2 GS. Selected by the Marlins in the 29th round of the 2011 Draft out of Brigham Young University. LAST OUTING: IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS MOREY (23) RHP 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0-0-0 0-0 Relief Totals w/JAX 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0-0-0 (0-0) INFO: 13: Began year in Suns starting rotation: 4-7, 4.83 ERA in 19 G/ 19GS. 12: w/JUP: 8-3, 3.84 ERA in 18 G and 16 GS. 11: w/GBO: 7-7, 5.14 ERA in 26 G and 25 GS, SAL Champs. 10: w/GBO: 1-3, 3.65 ERA in 12 G and 12 GS. Drafted by the Marlins in the fifth round of the 2010 Draft out of the University. LAST OUTING: 7/29 vs CHA IP H R ER BB K DEC S/A W-L-S IR/IRS OLMOS (26) LHP 1.0 0 3 3 3 1 0/0 0-0-0 0-0 JAX Totals 39.2 36 17 11 20 36 1/2 4-2-1 (3-1) INFO: 13: w/JAX: 4-2, 1.27 ERA in 19 G before promoted to MLB MIA on June 1. Made MLB debut on June 3 at PHI, worked a scoreless 1.1 and forced Ryan Howard to ground out to strand bases loaded, first batter he faced. Overall with MIA: 0-1, 7.20 ERA in 5 G and 0 GS. 4 ER/5.0 IP. 12: w/JUP: 1-5, 4.33 ERA in 89.1 IP in 24 G/13 GS. w/JAX: 0-1, 0.54 ERA in 16.2 IP in 9 G and 1 GS. 11: w/JUP: 4-17, 6.63 ERA in 127.2 IP and 28G/28GS. 10: w/GBO: 3-9, 4.37 ERA in 117.1 IP, 25G/25GS. 09: w/GCL Marlins: 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 2 G/2GS, 5.0 IP. w/JAM: 0-0, 2.25 ERA in 1 G/1GS in 4.0 IP. 08: 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 G/1GS, 1.2 IP. Drafted by Marlins in 3rd round of 2008 Draft out of Birmingham (CA) High School. Runs triathalons in the offseason. BULLPEN RESULTS MONTH W-L SV SV/ATT IP H R ER BB K ERA IR/IRS APRIL: 13-4 6 6/9 102.2 92 47 41 31 91 3.59 27/8 MAY: 3-4 7 7/10 92.0 80 25 25 30 77 2.44 12/2 JUNE: 6-3 6 6/9 91.2 79 36 28 28 85 2.74 24/12 JULY: 4-3 4 5/6 71.0 57 24 19 29 74 2.40 27/14 AUGUST: 0-0 1 1/1 5.0 3 1 1 0 6 1.80 0/0 FIRST HALF 19-9 15 15/22 253.0 220 91 80 74 216 2.86 59/19 SECOND HALF 7-5 10 10/14 113.1 92 40 34 44 117 2.70 30/17 SEASON: 26-14 25 25/36 366.1 312 131 114 118 333 2.80 89/36

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  • 2013 SUNS HOME RUNS First Half Games 1-67 DATE/# PLAYER/# OPP: PITCHER: DATE/# PLAYER/# OPP PITCHER: 4/4 #1 Realmuto (1) JXN Walker 4/4 #2 Dietrich (1) JXN Walker 4/12 #3 Ciriaco (2) @HVL Seidel 4/15 #4 Jensen (1) @PNS Manno 4/17 #5 Black (1) @PNS Crabbe 4/17 #6 Jensen (2) @PNS Crabbe 4/17 #7 Canha (1) @PNS Crabbe 4/21 #8 Canha (2) CHA Cofield 4/24 #9 Ozuna (1) CHA Garcia 4/24 #10 Ozuna (2) CHA Infante 4/25 #11 Ozuna (3) MOB Woodall 4/25 #12 Jensen (3) MOB Woodall 4/26 #13 Ozuna (4) MOB Holmberg 4/26 #14 Dietrich (2) MOB Munson 4/27 #15 Dietrich (3) MOB Garrison 4/28 #16 Canha (3) MOB Meo 4/28 #17 Jensen (4) MOB Meo 4/28 #18 Realmuto (2) MOB Munson 4/28 #19 Ozuna (5) MOB Cortes 4/28 #20 Ciriaco (2) MOB Cortes 5/2 #21 Ciriaco (3) @JXN Shankin 5/4 #22 Yelich (1) @JXN Fernandez 5/4 #23 Ciriaco (4) @JXN Fernandez 5/4 #24 Dietrich (4) @JXN Arias 5/7 #25 Yelich (2) PNS De La Rosa 5/8 #26 Yelich (3) PNS Ellis 5/9 #27 Mathis (1) PNS Renken 5/11 #28 Marisnick (1) PNS Crabbe 5/11 #29 Jensen (5) PNS Crabbe 5/12 #30 Jensen (6) @MOB Lara 5/14 #31 Marisnick (2) @MOB Holmberg 5/15 #32 Yelich (4) @MOB Meo 5/15 #33 Yelich (5) @MOB Meo 5/15 #34 Fisher (1) @MOB Lorin 5/15 #35 Pertusati (1) @MOB Eitel 5/16 #36 Yelich (6) @MOB Smith 5/18 #37 Marisnick (3) @MIS Lee 5/18 #38 Jensen (7) @MIS McCurry 5/20 #39 Canha (4) @MIS Schlosser 5/23 #40 Marisnick (4) BIR McCray 5/23 #41 Fisher (2) BIR Kussmaul 5/30 #42 Marisnick (5) @PNS Ravin 5/30 #43 Marisnick (6) @PNS Ravin 6/1 #44 Morrison (1) @PNS Hayes 6/1 #45 Jensen (8) @PNS Hayes 6/3 #46 Jensen (9) MOB Bradley 6/4 #47 Pertusati (2) MOB Eitel 6/4 #48 Jensen (10) MOB Munson 6/5 #49 Jensen (11) MOB Paredes 6/7 #50 Morrison (2) @BIR Rodriguez 6/7 #51 Jensen (12) @BIR Romanski 6/9 #52 Fisher (3) @BIR McCully 6/9 #53 Marisnick (7) @BIR McCray 6/10 #54 Marisnick (8) @BIR Arroyo 6/13 #55 Ciriaco (5) MTG Thompson 6/13 #56 Jensen (13) MTG Thompson 6/14 #57 Canha (5) MTG Mateo 6/14 #58 Jensen (14) MTG Lara 6/14 #59 Marisnick (9) MTG Fleming 6/15 #60 Canha (6) MTG Colla 6/17 #61 Jensen (15) MTG Hubbard Second Half Games 68-137 DATE/# PLAYER/# OPP: PITCHER: DATE/# PLAYER/# OPP PITCHER: 6/19 #62 Jensen (16) HVL Gagnon 6/19 #63 Pertusati (3) HVL Leon 6/20 #64 Fisher (4) HVL Pena 6/20 #65 Black (2) HVL Pena 6/22 #66 Dudley (1) HVL Hall 6/22 #67 Dudley (2) HVL Hall 6/23 #68 Alvarez (1) HVL Moye 6/29 #69 Perio (1) PNS Ravin 7/2 #70 Fisher (5) PNS Renken 7/2 #71 Marisnick (10) PNS Hayes 7/3 #72 Cox (1) PNS Smith 7/5 #73 Krick (1) @CHA Gould 7/14 #74 Realmuto (3) MOB Holmberg 7/14 #75 Canha (7) MOB Holmberg 7/19 #76 Yelich (7) @TNS Rhee 7/19 #77 Marisnick (11) @TNS Rhee 7/20 #78 Canha (8) @TNS Kirk 7/21 #79 Marisnick (12) @TNS Rhoderick 7/22 #80 Canha (9) @TNS Rosscup 7/25 #81 Gutierrez (1) @MTG Colla 7/27 #82 Dietrich (5) @MTG Mateo 7/27 #83 Canha (10) @MTG Mateo 7/27 #84 Cox (2) @MTG Mateo 7/29 #85 Realmuto (4) CHA von Schamann 7/29 #86 Galloway (1) CHA von Schamann 7/29 #87 Pertusati (4) CHA Baez VS. BIR CHA HVL MIS JXN MOB MTG PNS TNS 2R 3R GSLM Total H 2 6 7 0 2 16 7 9 0 12 7 1 51 R 5 1 1 3 4 7 4 8 5 10 2 3 38 HOME RUN NOTES Leadoff Game Homers: 4. Black at PNS 4/17. Yelich at MOB 5/15. Marisnick at BIR 6/9. Yelich at TNS 7/19. Multi-Home Run Games: 4. Ozuna, 2 vs. CHA 4/24, Yelich, 2 at MOB 5/15. Marisnick, 2 at PNS 5/30. Dudley, 2 vs. HVL 6/22. Grand Slam Home Runs: 4. Pertusati at MOB 5/15, Marisnick at PNS 5/30, Marisnick at PNS 5/30, Realmuto vs. MOB (7/14) Game Ending Walkoff Homers: 3. Ozuna vs. CHA 4/24, Dietrich vs. MOB 4/26, Marisnick vs. PNS 7/2 Back-to-Back Homers: 5. Marisnick and Jensen vs. PNS 5/11, Morrison and Jensen at PNS 6/1, Morrison and Jensen at BIR 6/7, Realmuto and Canha (7/14), Yelich and Marisnick at TNS 7/19. Back-to-Back-to-Back Homers: 1. Dietrich, Canha, and Cox at MTG 7/27.

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  • 2013 SUNS MISCELLANEOUS NOTES EJECTIONS

    1. Manager Andy Barkett (1) 4/23 vs. CHA. Ejected by home plate umpire Blake Felter in 8th inning. 2. Manager Andy Barkett (2) 6/2 vs. MOB. Ejected by first base umpire Alex Ransom in 5th inning. 3. Manager Andy Barkett (3) 6/10 at BIR. Ejected by home plate umpire David Arrieta in 5th inning. 4. Manager Andy Barkett (4) 6/21 vs. HVL. Ejected by first base umpire Alex Ransom at end of 7th inning. 5. Right Fielder Michael Main (1) 7/12 vs. MOB. Ejected by home plate umpire Jeremy Riggs at the end of the 2nd inning. 6. Manager Andy Barkett (5) 7/12 vs. MOB. Ejected by home plate umpire Jeremy Riggs at the end of the 2nd inning. 7. Pitcher Matt Neil (1) 7/27 at MTG (GM 2). Ejected by home plate umpire Shane Livensparger in the 1st inning.

    2013 SOUTHERN LEAGUE AWARDS PERSON AWARD Date Marcell Ozuna Hitter of the Week April 22-28 Christian Yelich Hitter of the Week May 6-12 Kyle Jensen Hitter of the Week June 3-9 Henderson Alvarez Pitcher of the Week June 24-30

    2013 SOUTHERN LEAGUE MIDSEASON ALL-STARS PERSON POSITION Stats at All-Star Break Michael Brady Pitcher 1-2, 2.10 ERA, 13 Saves Arquimedes Caminero Pitcher 3-1, 3.98 ERA, 2 Saves Collin Cargill Pitcher 2-1, 0.99 ERA Adam Conley Pitcher 8-4, 3.66 ERA Sam Dyson Pitcher 3-7, 2.63 ERA Jay Jackson Pitcher 3-6, 3.16 ERA Scott McGough Pitcher 4-0, 2.17 ERA, 1 Save J.T. Realmuto Catcher .233, 3 Home Runs, 23 RBI Jake Marisnick Outfielder .318, 10 Home Runs, 41 RBI

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  • 2013 SUNS PLAYER TRANSACTIONS FIRST HALF DATE PLAYER FROM TO DETAILS STATS 4/4 A.J. Battisto Jacksonville New Orleans None 4/4 Jordan Conley Jupiter Jacksonville None 4/4 Aaron Dudley Jacksonville Disabled List Left Hip Flexor Strain 4/10 Rett Varner Jacksonville New Orleans 1-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 G and 0 GS. 4/10 Michael Ojala Jupiter Jacksonville 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 G and 0 GS. 4/14 Rett Varner New Orleans Jacksonville 0-0, 4.50 ERA in 1 G and 0 GS. 4/14 Robert Morey Jacksonville Disabled List Right Hand Blister 4/16 Jake Marisnick Disabled List Jupiter 4/16 Marcell Ozuna Disabled List Jupiter 4/17 Matthew Neil Jacksonville Temp. Inactive List Birth of a Child 4/17 Collin Cargill Jupiter Jacksonville 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 5 G and 0 GS. 4/19 Raudel Lazo Jacksonville Disabled List Left Elbow Strain 4/19 Robert Ravago Jupiter Jacksonville 4/20 Taylor Krick Jacksonville New Orleans .300, 0 HR, 1 RBI in 4 G. 4/20 Daniel Pertusati Jacksonville Jupiter .238, 0 HR, 1 RBI in 10 G. 4/20 Michael Main Jacksonville Disabled List Left Shoulder Strain 4/20 Aaron Dudley Disabled List Jacksonville Left Hip Flexor Strain 4/20 Marcell Ozuna Jupiter Jacksonville .267, 0 HR, 1 RBI in 4 G. 4/20 Christian Yelich Jupiter Jacksonville .250, 0 HR, 0 RBI in 1 G. 4/22 Robert Ravago Jacksonville Jupiter No Appearances 4/22 Matthew Neil Temp. Inactive List Jacksonville Birth of a Child 4/23 Robert Morey Disabled List Jacksonville Right Hand Blister 4/23 Jordan Conley Jacksonville Jupiter 0-0, 6.00 ERA in 5 G and 0 GS. 4/25 Taylor Krick New Orleans Jacksonville .000, 0 HR, 0 RBI in 3 G. 4/25 Aaron Dudley Jacksonville Disabled List Right Hand Contusion 4/26 Brian Flynn Jacksonville New Orleans 1-1, 1.57 ERA in 4 G and 4 GS. 4/26 Jay Jackson Ex. Spring Training Jacksonville 4/30 Marcell Ozuna Jacksonville Miami .333, 5 HR, 15 RBI in 10 G. 5/1 Rett Varner Jacksonville New Orleans 1-1, 4.32 ERA in 7 G and 0 GS. 5/1 Jake Marisnick Jupiter Jacksonville .200, 0 HR, 0 RBI in 3 G. 5/2 Aaron Dudley Disabled List Jacksonville Right Hand Contusion 5/2 Zack Cox Jacksonville Disabled List Right Hamstring Strain 5/3 Rett Varner New Orleans Jacksonville 0-0, 4.50 ERA in 1 G and 0 GS. 5/6 Jake Smolinski Jacksonville New Orleans .196, 0 HR, 4 RBI in 24 G. 5/7 Danny Black Jacksonville Disabled List Left Oblique Strain 5/7 Noah Perio Jupiter Jacksonville .310, 0 HR, 5 RBI in 15 G. 5/7 Jeff Mathis MLB Rehab Jacksonville Recovering from Broken Right Collerbone. 5/8 Robert Ravago Jupiter Jacksonville 0-0, 1.23 ERA in 6 G and 0 GS 5/8 Derek Dietrich Jacksonville Miami .282, 4 HR, 16 RBI in 28 G. 5/9 Ryan Fisher Jupiter Jacksonville .280, 3 HR, 11 RBI in 30 G. 5/9 Mike Ojala Jacksonville Temp. Inactive List Attending to Family Matters. 5/11 Jeff Mathis Jacksonville New Orleans Transfer of MLB Rehab 5/11 Danny Pertusati Jupiter Jacksonville .132, 1 HR, 5 RBI in 15 G. 5/12 Robert Ravago Jacksonville Batavia 0-0, 9.00 ERA in 1 G and 0 GS. 5/12 Mike Ojala Temp. Inactive List Jacksonville 5/13 Michael Main Disabled List Jupiter 5/16 James Leverton Jacksonville New Orleans 1-1, 5.85 ERA in 11 G and 1 GS. 5/16 Rett Varner Jacksonville New Orleans 1-1, 5.25 ERA in 10 G and 0 GS. 5/16 Bryan Evans Disabled List Jacksonville 5/16 Rob Waite Jupiter Jacksonville 1-0, 2.70 ERA in 2 G and 0 GS. 5/20 Matt Neil Jacksonville New Orleans 1-2, 4.09 ERA in 6 G and 6 GS. 5/20 Grant Dayton Disabled List Jacksonville Recovering from left elbow stress fracture. 5/21 Robert Waite Jacksonville New Orleans 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 G and 0 GS. 5/23 Zack Cox Disabled List Jacksonville Recovering from Right Hamstring Strain 5/26 Aaron Dudley Jacksonville Disabled List Left Wrist Sprain 5/26 Rob Waite New Orleans Jacksonville 0-0, 7.36 ERA in 2 G and 1 GS. 5/27 Logan Morrison Jupiter Jacksonville Transfer of MLB Rehab Assignment (Knee) 5/29 Chris Gutierrez Jacksonville New Orleans .171, 0 HR, 5 RBI in 31 G. 5/29 Danny Black Disabled List Jacksonville Recovering from oblique strain. 6/2 Edgar Olmos Jacksonville Miami 4-2, 1.27 ERA in 19 G and 0 GS. 6/4 Joey OGara Disabled List Jupiter Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 6/4 Pete Andrelczyk Disabled List Jupiter Right Elbow UCL Sprain 6/4 Nathan Eovaldi Jupiter Jacksonville Transfer of MLB Rehab Assignment (Right Shoulder) 6/6 Christian Yelich Jacksonville Disabled List Lower Abdominal Strain (Retroactive to 6/3) 6/6 Aaron Dudley Disabled List Jacksonville Recovering from left wrist sprain 6/9 Logan Morrison Jacksonville Miami Returning from MLB Rehab Assignment 6/13 Aaron Dudley Jacksonville GCL Marlins .071, 0 HR, 1 RBI in 12 G. 6/13 Chris Gutierrez New Orleans Jacksonville .409, 0 HR, 2 RBI in 11 G. 6/17 Audy Ciriaco Jacksonville Disabled List Right Hamstring Strain 6/17 Aaron Dudley GCL Marlins Jacksonville No Games Played 6/18 Nathan Eovaldi Jacksonville Miami Returning from MLB Rehab Assignment 6/18 Edgar Olmos Miami Jacksonville 0-1, 7.20 ERA in 5 G and 0 GS. 6/18 Rob Waite Jacksonville New Orleans 0-1, 4.63 ERA in 6 G and 2 GS.

  • 2013 SUNS PLAYER TRANSACTIONS SECOND HALF DATE PLAYER FROM TO DETAILS STATS 6/19 Zack Cox Jacksonville Disabled List Left Calf Strain 6/19 Anthony DeSclafani Jupiter Jacksonville 4-2, 1.67 ERA in 12 G and 12 GS. 6/20 Michael Main Greensboro Jacksonville .228, 1 HR, 11 RBI in 23 G. 6/20 Mike Ojala Jacksonville Released by Marlins 1-1, 6.12 ERA in 16 G and 1 GS. 6/23 Henderson Alvarez Jupiter Jacksonville Transfer of MLB Rehab. 6/24 Kyle Jensen Jacksonville New Orelans .237, 16 HR, 42 RBI in 70 G. 6/24 Zack Cox Disabled List Jacksonville Recovering from Left Calf Strain 7/3 Christian Yelich Disabled List Jupiter Recovering from Lower Abdominal Sprain 7/4 Zack Cox Jacksonville New Orleans .281, 1 HR, 17 RBI in 50 G. 7/4 Audy Ciriaco Disabled List Jacksonville Recovering from Right Hamstring Strain 7/4 Henderson Alvarez Jacksonville Miami Transfer of MLB Rehab 7/5 Jordan Conley Jacksonville Disabled List Right Knee Contusion 7/5 Matt Neil New Orleans Jacksonville 2-3, 5.08 ERA in 9 G and 7 GS. 7/8 Chris Gutierrez Jacksonville New Orleans .216, 0 HR, 9 RBI in 48 G. 7/9 Sam Dyson Jacksonville Disabled List Lower Back Strain (Retroactive to 7/7) 7/9 Christian Yelich Jupiter Jacksonville .231, 2 HR, 4 RBI in 7 G. 7/11 Jordan Conley Disabled List Jacksonville Recovering from Right Knee Contusion 7/12 Scott McGough Jacksonville New Orleans 4-0, 2.17 ERA in 26 G and 0 GS. 7/12 Peter Andrelczyk Jupiter Jacksonville 1-2, 2.55 ERA in 11 G and 0 GS. 7/13 Jay Jackson Jacksonville New Orleans 3-6, 3.16 ERA in 14 G and 14 GS. 7/15 Scott McGough New Orleans Jacksonville 0-1, 9.00 ERA in 1 G and 1 GS. 7/18 Jordan Conley Jacksonville Released by Marlins 1-1, 5.51 ERA in 12 G and 0 GS. 7/18 Justin Nicolino Jupiter Jacksonville 5-2, 2.23 ERA in 18 G and 18 GS. 7/19 Ryan Fisher Jacksonville Jupiter .215, 5 HR, 23 RBI in 49 G. 7/19 Aaron Dudley Jacksonville Disabled List Left Ankle Contusion, retroactive to 7/17 7/19 Zack Cox New Orleans Jacksonville .000, 0 HR, 0 RBI in 2 G. 7/19 Chris Gutierrez New Orleans Jacksonville .447, 0 HR, 3 RBI in 17 G. 7/23 Christian Yelich Jacksonville Miami .280, 7 HR, 29 RBI in 49 G. 7/23 Jake Marisnick Jacksonville Miami .294, 12 HR, 46 RBI in 67 G. 7/23 Marcell Ozuna Miami Jacksonville .265, 3 HR, 32 RBI in 70 G. 7/23 Derek Dietrich Miami Jacksonville .214, 9 HR, 23 RBI in 57 G. 7/25 Marcell Ozuna Jacksonville Miami (MLB Disabled List) Left Thumb Ligament Tear, retro to 7/23. 7/26 Issac Galloway Jupiter Jacksonville .271, 5 HR, 40 RBI in 89 G. 7/27 Scott McGough Jacksonville New Orleans 4-1, 2.91 ERA in 29 G and 0 GS. 7/31 Matt Neil Jacksonville Suspended List Suspended by Southern League due to 7/26 ejection 8/1 Noah Perio Jacksonville Jupiter .232, 1 HR, 14 RBI in 57 G. 8/1 Alex McClure Greensboro Jacksonville .185, 0 HR, 2 RBI in 8 G. 8/1 Matt Neil Suspended List Jacksonville 8/3 Aaron Dudley Disabled List Jacksonvile/Released by Marlins

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  • 2013 SUNS DAY-BY-DAY FIRST HALF DATE: OPP W-L/SCORE WP W-L LP W-L SAVE: # TOG ATT REC POS. GA/GB 4/4 JXN W/5-3 Flynn 1-0 Walker 0-1 Brady 1 2:25 4,853 1-0 T1 - 4/5 JXN W/5-3 Varner 1-0 Smith 0-1 Lazo 2 2:45 4,320 2-0 T1 +1.0 4/6 JXN W/1-0 McGough 1-0 Snow 0-1 None 2:21 5,342 3-0 1 +1.0 4/7 JXN L/10-0 Ruffin 1-0 Neil 0-1 None 2:17 3,821 3-1 1 +1.0 4/8 JXN L/1-0 Gilheeney 1-0 Dyson 0-1 Smith 1 2:33 1,711 3-2 T1 +1.0 4/10 @HVL L/5-3 Nelson 2-0 Flynn 1-1 None 2:23 3,031 3-3 T2 -1.0 4/11 @HVL PPD, Rain 4/12 @HVL W/9-4 GM 1 McGough 2-0 Jungmann 1-1 None 2:35 2,093 4-3 - - 4/12 @HVL W/5-4 GM 2 Caminero 1-0 Williams 0-1 Brady 2 2:35 2,093 5-3 T1 +1.0 4/13 @HVL W/9-7 Lazo 1-0 Keeling 0-1 None 3:30 4,862 6-3 1 +1.0 4/14 @HVL W/1-0 Ojala 1-0 Leon 0-1 Brady 3 3:09 1,592 7-3 1 +1.0 4/15 @PNS W/1-0 11 inn. Olmos 1-0 Manno 0-1 Brady 4 4:03 4,018 8-3 1 +1.0 4/16 @PNS L/6-3 Smith 1-2 Leverton 0-1 Partch 3 2:33 3,358 8-4 1 +1.0 4/17 @PNS W/10-3 Olmos 2-0 Crabbe 1-1 None 2:54 4,159 9-4 1 +2.0 4/18 @PNS L/10-2 Hayes 1-0 Caminero 1-1 None 3:01 4,591 9-5 1 +1.0 4/19 @PNS PPD, rain 4/20 CHA L/4-3 Eadington 2-0 Varner 1-1 Garcia 4 3:00 4,871 9-6 1 +1.5 4/21 CHA W/3-2 Olmos 3-0 Cofield 0-1 Brady 5 2:26 3,740 10-6 1 +1.5 4/22 CHA L/5-1 Santiago 2-1 Neil 0-2 Garcia 5 2:47 (1:11 del.) 2,170 10-7 1 +0.5 4/23 CHA L/4-0 Nelo 1-0 Olmos 3-1 None 2:54 3,348 10-8 2 -0.5 4/24 CHA W/12-9 Brady 1-0 Infante 0-1 None 3:34 3,472 11-8 1 +0.5 4/25 MOB W/7-6 13 inn. Olmos 4-1 Lara 1-1 None 4:10 5,988 12-8 1 +0.5 4/26 MOB W/6-5 Caminero 2-1 Munson 0-1 None 2:34 6,367 13-8 1 +1.5 4/27 MOB L/4-2 Eitel 2-0 Ojala 1-1 None 2:36 6,073 13-9 1 +0.5 4/28 MOB W/14-6 Leverton 1-1 Smith 0-3 None 3:19 3,528 14-9 1 +1.0 4/29 MOB L/7-1 Hagens 4-1 Conley 0-1 None 2:29 6,243 14-10 2 -0.5-MIS 5/1 @JXN L/9-1 Walker 3-2 Dyson 0-2 None 2:44 803 14-11 2 -1.5-MIS 5/2 @JXN W/11-1 Jackson 1-0 Shankin 1-1 None 2:31 1,826 15-11 2 -0.5-MIS 5/3 @JXN Cancelled, Rain 5/4 @JXN W/7-6 GM 1 Conley 1-1 Arias 0-1 McGough 1 2:01 1,892 16-11 2 -1.5-MIS 5/4 @JXN Cancelled, Rain and Wet Grounds 5/7 PNS L/5-4 13 inn. De La Rosa 1-1 Cargill 0-1 None 4:05 3,575 16-12 2 -2.5-MIS 5/8 PNS W/3-1 McGough 3-0 Ellis 0-1 None 2:16 2,206 17-12 2 -1.5-MIS 5/9 PNS W/10-3 Neil 1-2 Renken 1-3 None 3:02 6,655 18-12 2 -1.5-MIS 5/10 PNS W/1-0 Cargill 1-1 Ravin 0-2 None 2:38 7,215 19-12 2 -1.5-MIS 5/11 PNS W/7-2 Conley 2-1 Crabbe 2-2 None 2:28 (1:23 del.) 4,563 20-12 2 -1.5-MIS 5/12 @MOB L/7-5 Chafin 1-1 Jackson 1-1 Munson 4 3:00 1,476 20-13 2 -1.5-MIS 5/13 @MOB L/3-2 Bradley 2-0 Dyson 0-3 Munson 5 2:42 2,864 20-14 2 -2.5-MIS 5/14 @MOB L/4-3 Smith 1-3 Olmos 4-2 None 2:26 1,489 20-15 2 -2.5-MIS 5/15 @MOB W/10-4 Morey 1-0 Meo 0-4 None 3:02 2,756 21-15 2 -2.5-MIS 5/16 @MOB W/6-3 Conley 3-1 Hagens 4-3 Brady 6 3:00 1,904 22-15 2 -1.5-MIS 5/17 @MIS W/2-1 Jackson 2-1 Jaime 0-1 Olmos 1 2:44 4,035 23-15 2 -0.5-MIS 5/18 @MIS W/3-1 Dyson 1-3 Lee 3-2 Brady 7 2:38 2,812 24-15 1 +0.5-MIS 5/19 @MIS L/9-3 Wood 3-2 Evans 0-1 None 2:35 1,758 24-16 2 -0.5-MIS 5/20 @MIS L/4-3 Russell 2-0 Dayton 0-1 Lamm 4 2:41 1,515 24-17 2 -1.5-MIS 5/21 @MIS W/5-2 Conley 4-1 Northcraft 1-3 Brady 8 2:36 2,335 25-17 2 -0.5-MIS 5/23 BIR W/5-3 McGough 4-0 Kussmaul 2-1 Brady 9 2:31 5,830 26-17 2 -0.5-MIS 5/24 BIR L/5-3 Arroyo 4-2 Dyson 1-4 Thompson 6 2:42 8,490 26-18 2 -0.5-MIS 5/25 BIR L/3-0 Johnson 4-2 Morey 1-1 Webb 2 2:23 5,452 26-19 2 -1.5-MIS 5/26 BIR L/2-0 McCully 4-1 Evans 0-2 Kussmaul 5 2:22 5,509 26-20 2 -1.5-MIS 5/27 BIR L/4-1 Snodgress 6-3 Conley 4-2 Thompson 7 2:21 3,842 26-21 2 -1.5-MIS 5/28 @PNS L/2-0 Rogers 3-2 Jackson 2-2 Van Mil 2 2:37 4,016 26-22 2 -1.5-MIS 5/29 @PNS W/1-0 GM 1 Dyson 2-4 Dennick 2-5 Brady 10 2:13 4,259 27-22 2 -0.5-MIS 5/29 @PNS L/1-0 GM 2 Hyde 2-4 Dayton 0-2 Hayes 2 2:10 4,259 27-23 2 -1.0-MIS 5/30 @PNS W/11-2 Morey 2-1 Renken 1-4 None 3:08 5,038 28-23 T1-MIS +2.0-MTG 5/31 @PNS L/2-1 Smith 4-5 Evans 0-3 Van Mil 3 2:51 5,038 28-24 T1-MIS +1.0-MTG 6/1 @PNS W/7-1 Dayton 1-2 Crabbe 2-5 None 2:41 5,038 29-24 T1-MIS +2.0-MTG 6/2 MOB L/4-1 Chafin 2-4 Jackson 2-3 Munson 9 2:44 2,392 29-25 2 -1.0-MIS 6/3 MOB L/5-2 Bradley 5-1 Dyson 2-5 Roe 1 2:54 2,503 29-26 T2-MOB -2.0-MIS 6/4 MOB W/6-5 Conley 1-0 Munson 0-2 Caminero 1 3:01 3,183 30-26 2 -1.0-MIS 6/5 MOB L/5-1 Holmberg 2-3 Morey 2-2 None 2:42 1,967 30-27 2 -1.0-MIS 6/6 MOB Cancelled, Rain 6/7 @BIR W/11-1 Conley 5-2 Snodgress 7-4 Evans 1 3:14 7,597 31-27 T2-MOB -0.5-MIS 6/8 @BIR L/3-2 McCully 6-1 Jackson 2-4 Thompson 9 2:33 6,698 31-28 3 -1.0-MOB 6/9-10 @BIR W/7-2 Dyson 3-5 McCray 6-4 None 2:38 (1:08 del.) 3,854 32-28 T1-MOB/MIS+2.0-MTG 6/10 @BIR L/7-3 Arroyo 5-4 Waite 0-1 None 2:09 4,276 32-29 3 -1.5-MIS 6/11 @BIR L/10-0 Johnson 7-2 Morey 2-3 None 2:58 5,507 32-30 4 -2.0-MOB 6/13 MTG W/8-2 Eovaldi 1-0 Thompson 6-6 None 2:35 5,192 33-30 3 -2.0-MOB 6/14 MTG W/6-2 Conley 6-2 Mateo 2-7 None 3:02 (1:04 del.) 4,572 34-30 3 -2.0-MOB 6/15 MTG L/7-6 Riefenhauser 2-0 Brady 1-1 None 3:05 5,380 34-31 3 -3.0-MOB 6/16 MTG L/5-2 Romero 6-2 Dyson 3-6 Hamren 2:56 4,382 34-32 4 -3.0-MOB 6/17 MTG L/11-8 Floethe 1-1 Morey 2-4 Riefenhauser 9 3:09 2,354 34-33 4 -4.0-MOB

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  • 2013 SUNS DAY-BY-DAY SECOND HALF DATE: OPP W-L/SCORE WP W-L LP W-L SAVE: # TOG ATT REC POS. GA/GB 6/19 HVL W/9-4 Conley 7-2 Gagnon 1-1 None 3:02 2,432 1-0/35-33 T1 +1.0-MTG 6/20 HVL W/2-0 DeSclafani 1-0 Pena 5-6 Dayton 1 2:16 4,568 2-0/36-33 T1-MIS +1.0-MOB 6/21 HVL L/3-1 10 inn. Marzec 2-0 Brady 1-2 Manzanillo 1 3:02 6,863 2-1/36-34 T1-4 +1.0-MTG 6/22 HVL W/6-2 Morey 3-4 Hall 0-1 None 2:21 4,639 3-1/37-34 1 +1.0-4 6/23 HVL L/11-2 Alvarez 1-0 Moye 3-8 None 2:39 2,682 4-1/38-34 1 +1.0-2 6/24 @MOB L/12-0 Hagens 8-3 Dyson 3-7 None 3:08 (1:14 del.) 1,872 4-2/38-35 T1-PNS +1.0-3 6/25 @MOB W/7-4 Caminero 3-1 Cooper 2-1 Brady 11 3:10 2,048 5-2/39-35 T1-PNS +1.0-MTG 6/26 @MOB W/6-3 DeSclafani 2-0 Chafin 4-5 Caminero 2 2:43 1,125 6-2/40-35 1 +1.0-2 6/27 @MOB L/9-3 Bradley 6-3 Jackson 2-5 None 2:25 1,864 6-3/40-36 1 +1.0-3 6/28 @MOB L1-0 Barrett 1-0 Dayton 1-3 None 2:14 3,983 6-4/40-37 T1-PNS +1.0-3 6/29 PNS W/3-2 Evans 1-3 Ravin 1-3 Brady 12 2:44 4,765 7-4/41-37 1 +1.0-2 6/30 PNS W/5-4 11 inn. Dayton 2-3 Van Mil 0-5 None 3:56 (:21 del.) 1,781 8-4/42-37 1 +1.0-MOB 7/1 PNS L/4-3 6 inn. Dennick 4-9 Conley 7-3 None 1:39 4,262 8-5/42-38 T1-MOB +1.0-2 7/2 PNS W/6-5 Cargill 2-1 Hayes 2-2 None 2:55 2,137 9-5/43-38 T1-MOB +2.0-2 7/3 PNS L/5-3 Smith 7-6 Jackson 2-6 Van Mil 7 3:07 9,286 9-6/43-39 2 -1.0-MOB 7/4 @CHA L/2-0 6 inn. Lee 7-5 Morey 3-5 None 1:28 (:48 del.) 3,862 9-7/43-40 T2-PNS -1.0-MOB 7/5-7 @CHA L/2-1 Gould 1-0 Conley 7-4 Stripling 1 2:28 (:29 del.) 1,990 9-8/43-41 2 -2.5-MOB 7/7-8 @CHA L/3-0 7 inn. O. Garcia 2-3 DeSclafani 2-1 Y. Garcia 15 1:57 (:30 del.) 1,589 9-9/43-42 2 -2.5-MOB 7/8 @CHA W/9-3 7 inn. Jackson 3-6 von Schamann 2-1 None 2:45 1,861 10-9/44-42 2 -2.5-MOB 7/10 MOB L/3-0 Hagens 9-4 Morey 3-6 Barrett 3 2:49 2,409 10-10/44-43 2 -3.5-MOB 7/11 MOB W/6-1 Evans 2-3 Schultz 3-2 None 2:40 (:45 del.) 5,187 11-10/45-43 2 -2.5-MOB 7/12 MOB L/9-8 Paredes 2-0 Conley 1-1 Barrett 4 3:17 4,633 11-11/45-44 2 -3.5-MOB 7/14 MOB W/8-0 GM 1 Conley 8-4 Holmberg 5-5 None 1:56 2,814 12-11/46-44 2 -2.5-MOB 7/14 MOB W/4-3 GM 2 Dayton 3-3 Gorgen 0-1 Brady 13 2:16 2,814 13-11/47-44 2 -1.5-MOB 7/18 @TNS W/7-6 Morey 4-6 Jokisch 8-8 Brady 14 3:06 (:19 del.) 3,570 14-11/48-44 2 -0.5-MOB 7/19 @TNS L/3-2 10 inn. Rosscup 2-0 Caminero 3-2 None 2:58 6,397 14-12/48-45 2 -1.5-MOB 7/20 @TNS L/7-4 Kirk 2-3 Nicolino 0-1 Batista 12 2:44 (:59 del.) 5,504 14-13/48-46 2 -1.5-MOB 7/21 @TNS W/8-1 Conley 9-4 Morris 3-1 None 2:54 (:59 del.) 2,997 15-13/49-46 2 -0.5-MOB 7/22 @TNS W/5-4 Caminero 4-2 Rosscup 2-1 Brady 15 2:33 (:53 del.) 3,136 16-13/50-46 2 -0.5-MOB 7/23 @MTG PPD, Rain 7/24 @MTG PPD, Rain 7/25 @MTG L, 6-1 GM 1 Colla 4-1 DeSclafani 2-2 None 1:52 (:39 del.) 5,311 16-14/50-47 T1-MOB 7/25 @MTG L, 4-2 GM 2 Lara 2-1 Morey 4-7 Sandoval 14 2:11 5,311 16-15/50-48 2 -1.0-MOB 7/26 @MTG L, 5-1 GM 1 Thompson 8-9 Nicolino 0-2 None 2:00 4,123 16-16/50-49 2 -1.5-MOB 7/26 @MTG W/1-0 GM 2 Caminero 5-2 Romero 9-5 Brady 16 2:10 4,123 17-16/51-49 2 -0.5-MOB 7/27 @MTG W/5-1 Evans 3-3 Mateo 4-9 None 2:32 6,331 18-16/52-49 1 +0.5-MOB 7/28 CHA W/3-0 Conley 10-4 Santiago 3-10 Caminero 3 2:46 (1:45 del.) 2,366 19-16/53-49 1 +1.5-MOB 7/29 CHA W/12-4 Neil 2-2 von Schamann 2-4 None 3:10 3,141 20-16/54-49 1 +1.5-MIS 7/30 CHA W/6-5 Dayton 4-3 Nelo 5-2 Brady 17 3:04 3,882 21-16/55-49 1 +1.5-MIS 7/31 CHA W/2-1 6 inn. Nicolino 1-2 Lee 8-8 None 1:36 2,399 22-16/56-49 1 +2.5-MIS 8/1 CHA W/5-1 Heaney 1-0 Stripling 5-2 None 2:57 3,371 23-16/57-49 1 +2.5-MIS 8/2 TNS W/1-0 DeSclafani 3-2 Figueroa 0-1 Brady 18 2:19 6,275 24-16/58-49 1 +2.5-MIS

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JACKSONVILLE SUNS GAME NOTES Tennessee Smokies (24-16, 58-51) at Jacksonville Suns (24-16, 58-49) Jacksonville Suns – Double-A Affiliate of the Miami Marlins Proud Member of the Southern League of Professional Baseball Southern League Champions 1996, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2010 Saturday August 3, 2013 - 7:05 p.m. Bragan Field at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville – Jacksonville, Fla. Tennessee: RHP Dae-Eun Rhee (3-0, 2.13) vs. Jacksonville: LHP Adam Conley (10-4, 3.22) Game #108– Home Game #56 (32-23) Last Game: Anthony DeSclafani tossed seven scoreless innings and the Jacksonville Suns (24-16, 58-49) won their eighth straight game, beating the Tennessee Smokies (24-16, 58-51) by a score of 1-0 in their series opener at Bragan Field. DeSclafani struck out seven batters and walked just one over his seven frames of work, surrendering six hits in earning his third career Double-A victory. “What can you say about this kid?” said Suns manager Andy Barkett. "He’s attacking the strike zone and doing all we ask of him. He’s doing all you can ask of a pitcher, especially in a pennant race.” The Suns had their own troubles at the plate against Tennessee’s right-hander Eduardo Figueroa (0-1), who limited Jacksonville to just one run on four hits in five innings. The Suns scored the game’s lone run on Michael Main’s fifth inning RBI single, but could not manage another hit after Figueroa left the game. But Jacksonville’s bullpen made the one-run lead stand. Pete Andrelczyk set down the Smokies in order in the eighth, and Michael Brady got Brett Jackson to line out to Derek Dietrich with runners on second and third to end the game in the ninth. “That was a big out,” Barkett said. “[Brady] got it when he had to.” The Suns have won eight straight games for the first time since 2010 and are tied with the Smokies for the Southern League’s best record in the second half of the season. UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS DATE OPP. TIME SMOKIES STARTER SUNS STARTER Sun. Aug. 4 TNS 6:05 p.m. RHP A.J. Morris (3-1, 4.33 ERA) RHP Bryan Evans (3-3, 3.91 ERA) Mon. Aug. 5 TNS 7:05 p.m. RHP Matt Loosen (1-2, 6.92 ERA) LHP Justin Nicolino (1-2, 6.43 ERA) Tues. Aug. 6 TNS 7:05 p.m. RHP Kyle Hendricks (10-3, 1.87 ERA) LHP Andrew Heaney (0-0, 0.00 ERA) NEWS AND NOTES Nine Would Be Just Fine: The Suns won their eighth straight game with their 1-0 series-opening victory over the Tennessee Smokies. During this stretch, Suns starting pitchers have combined for a 1.43 earned-run average (7 ER in 44.0 IP), walking six while striking out 37 batters. The win marks the first time Jacksonville has won eight consecutive contests since May 6-14, 2010. The last time the Suns won nine games in a row was between July 19-29, 2009. That winning streak began with a 7-5 victory over the Tennessee Smokies at Bragan Field on July 19. The longest winning streak in the Southern League this season is 11 by the Birmingham Barons, which lasted from April 28 to May 10. No Runs For You!: Tonight’s Suns starting pitcher Adam Conley enters tonight having not allowed an earned run in his last 22.0 innings pitched, which marks the longest such streak by a Jacksonville starter this year. During that time, Conley has allowed 16 hits, four walks and has fanned 17 in his 22.0 frames. The stretch for Conley is the fifth longest for a Suns pitcher since 2005, with reliever Mark Alexander’s 26.1 innings between May 21 through September 9, 2006 the club best in that time span. Since 2005, Omar Poveda (24.0 IP) owns the second longest stretch without allowing an earned run, while Bryan Evans and Jarrett Santos are tied for third-best, having fired 22.2 straight frames without yielding an earned run. Suns starting pitchers (Justin Nicolino, Andrew Heaney, Anthony DeSclafani) haven’t allowed a run in the last fifteen innings on the mound. Home Sweet Home: Dating back to July 14, the Suns have won each of their last eight contests at Bragan Field, and own a 15-5 record in Jacksonville in the season’s second half. In 55 home games this year, the club has combined to club 49 longballs at Bragan Field, compared to 38 in 52 road contests. Jacksonville is also averaging 4.3 runs per game at Bragan Field this year, as opposed to a 3.9 clip on the road. In 23 games at home this year, OF Michael Main owns a .323 average (21-65), while C Taylor Krick (.310, 13-42) and INF Chris Gutierrez have also hit above the .300 mark at the Baseball Grounds in 2013. Canha’s Streak Snapped: INF Mark Canha saw his 11-game on-base streak snapped last night with an 0-for-3 outing. Prior to last night, Canha had also recorded a hit in 12 of his previous 15 contests, including a streak of nine straight games between July 20-29. Despite the hitless game Friday, Canha since July 1 has accumulated a .354 average (28-79), adding 17 runs, six doubles, one triple, four homers, 20 RBI and ten walks in 26 games. UPCOMING SCHEDULE AT BRAGAN FIELD: (904-358-2846) or jaxsuns.com TENNESSEE SMOKIES AUGUST 2-6 BUFFETT NIGHT/MINI-BAT GIVEAWAY: (Sat. Aug. 3, 7:05 p.m.) Join us for one of the most popular nights of the year with Buffett Night! Enjoy Cheeseburgers in Paradise, Margarita & Landshark specials plus see the Suns in special Beach Themed Jerseys that will be available for silent auction benefiting Wolfson Children’s Hospital! You can win the jersey off of your favorite players back! Be usre to arrive early as the first 1,500 fans will get a Suns Mini-Bat! Ronald McDonald will also be on hand entertaining the crowd! Plus enjoy Steak Me Out to the Ballgame! Get a tender 8 oz. bacon-wrapped filet mignon, baked potato, salad, non-alcoholic beverage and general admission to the game for only $25! Plus stick around after the game for a Buffett style concert from the George Aspinall Band! Sponsored by Jacksonville Chrysler Jeep Dodge, McDonald’s, Landshark, First Coast News 12 & 25 & Lite 96.1! DOG DAZE OF SUMMER: (Sun. Aug. 4, 6:05 p.m.: All dogs get in for just $2.50 and get access to our pet expo with prizes and giveaways! Plus bring the pooches early for our pre-game dog parade on Bragan field at 5:30, courtesy of RadioNOW 97.9! It’s also Library Day and one lucky boy and lucky girl will win a bicycle courtesy of the Jacksonville Public Library summer reading program! Also bring your library card to the ticket windows for special admission to the game! Plus stop by your local Jiffy Lube for Free General Admission Tickets! Be sure to stick around after the game for Kids Run the Bases, presented by VyStar Credit Union! BELLY BUSTER MONDAY/ST. JOHNS COUNTY: (Mon. Aug 5, 7:05 p.m.) Join us in celebrating all things St. John’s County, courtesy of Mowrey, Shoemaker & Beardsley, P.L.! Plus it’s a Belly Buster Monday! Get a HomePlate Box ticket plus all you can eat Hog Dogs, Hamburgers, Popcorn, Ice Cream Treats and Soft Drinks from 6-8 for just $20! Plus stop by your local Jiffy Lube for Free General Admission Tickets! Sponsored by 100.7 The Bull & 94.1 WSOS! FIFTY CENT FAMILY FEAST NIGHT: Tues. Aug. 6, 7:05 p.m.) The homestand comes to an end on Tuesday with Fifty Cent Family Feast Night & Gate Tuesday Night Tickets! Enjoy $.50 hot dogs, peanuts and ice cream treats, sponsored by Oscar Mayer, Hampton Farms, Blue Bell Ice Cream, Folio Weekly and 99.9 Gator Country! Plus stop by your local Jiffy Lube for Free General Admission Tickets! Present a receipt from any local GATE Convenience Store at the Suns Box Office for Buy One-Get-One Tickets! 2013 VS. TENNESSEE 4-2 Home: 1-0 Road: 3-2 DATE: PLACE: W-L/SCORE: WP/REC: LP/REC: SAVE: NOTEWORTHY: 7/18 TNS W/7-6 Morey/4-6 Jokisch/8-8 Brady/14 Yelich 3-4, 2R, 2B, BB. Fisher 2-5, 2RBI. Ciriaco 2-4, 2RBI. 7/19 TNS L/3-2 10 inn. Rosscup/2-0 Caminero/3-2 None Alcantara GW RBI 2B in 10 th . Yelich, Marisnick, Baez HR 7/20 TNS L/7-4 Kirk/2-3 Nicolino/0-1 Batista/12 Bour 3R HR in 1 st . Alcantara 3-4, 2R, 2B. Baez 2-5, 2RBI 7/21 TNS W/8-1 Coney/9-4 Morris/3-1 None Marisnick 3R HR in 7 th . Canha 5-6, 2RBI, 2B. Yelich 2-5. 7/22 TNS W/5-4 Caminero/4-2 Rosscup/2-1 Brady/15 Canha go-ahead 3R HR in 8 th . 2-5, 3RBI. 8/2 JAX W/1-0 DeSclafani/1-0 Figueroa/0-1 Brady/18 Main RBI 1B in 5 th lone run. DeSclafani 7.0 IP, 0R, 7K. 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