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Southern League Champions 2000 | Division Champions 1999, 2000, 2005, 2012 | Southern League since 1998 Jackson Generals Game Notes Page 1 Sunday, April 12, 2015 | 3:05 p.m. ET | Bragan Field at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville | Jacksonville, Fla. | Game #4 | Road Game #4 Jackson Generals (1-1) at Jacksonville Suns (1-1) RHP Dylan Unsworth (0-0, --) vs. RHP Kendry Flores (0-0, --) Upcoming Schedule & Probable Starters Date Time Opponent Generals Starter Opposing Starter Promotion *First 500 fans Mon, 4/13 12:05 pm ET at Jacksonville LHP Misael Siverio (0-0, --) vs. RHP Austin Brice (0-0, --) -- Tue, 4/14 OFF DAY Wed, 4/15 7:05 pm CT vs. Mississippi RHP Stephen Ladazuri (0-0, 0.00) vs. TBA Magnet Schedule Giveaway Thu, 4/16 7:05 pm CT vs. Mississippi LHP Scott DeCecco (0-1, 12.27) vs. TBA Dollar Night Today’s Game: The Generals continue their series in Jacksonville with a day game, the team’s first of the year... Jackson’s offense has struggled in each of the last two games scoring just once over both defeats....The Generals are hitting just .177 with three runs over their first three games...Dylan Unsworth is set to make his first start of the year. The Durban, South African native 332 strikeouts and just 51 walks in five professional seasons. Versus Jacksonville: This is the only trip of the year to Jacksonville for the Generals...Jackson’s bats have been stymied by Suns pitching thus far in 2015, racking up just 17 hits in 96 total at-bats (.177 average)...The two teams split 10 meetings last year, with the Suns taking three of five at Bragan Field...Matt Anderson, who picked up the save on Opening Night, gave up just three earned runs in 12.1 innings (2.19 ERA) over two outings against the Suns. Power Outage: Though eight of the 12 active position players on Jackson’s roster hit 10 or more home runs last year, the Generals have failed to hit a long ball in their first three games of 2015. Jackson is the only team in the Southern League without a homer in the first three games. The team does have six extra base hits (five doubles, one triple). Back in Jackson: Jackson’s 25-man active Opening Day roster features 17 players who played for the Generals in 2014. D.J. Peterson and Dan Paolini, who tied for the team lead last season with 13 home runs, are both back with the Generals. Dario Pizzano, who ranked third on the club with 55 RBIs last season returns to West Tennessee as well. Moises Hernandez and Kyle Hunter, who both made more than 30 relief appearances for the team in 2014, make up part of the 2015 bullpen as well. Additionally, Manager Jim Horner and Pitching Coach Lance Painter are back in the Generals’ dugout. 2014 in Review: The Generals went 63-76 in 2014, finishing third in the North Division in both halves of the season. The team ranked second in the Southern League in batting average (.261), third in hits (1,210) and steals (109). The team’s 894 strikeouts were the fewest of any Southern League team. Ketel Marte led the team with a .302 average. Both Marte and D.J. Peterson were recognized as top prospects in the league by Baseball America after the season, with Peterson named the league’s eighth-best prospect and Marte checking in at 13. Offensive Firepower: The 2015 Generals figure to feature a powerful offense, as all five of the top-30 Seattle prospects according to Baseball America on the squad are hitters: D.J. Peterson (2), Gabriel Guerrero (7), Jordy Lara (15), Jack Reinheimer (17) and Julio Morban (25). Eight players hit 10 or more home runs last year, including four that surpassed 15: Gabriel Guerrero (18), Jordy Lara (26), Jabari Henry (30) and D.J. Peterson. Guerrero and Lara were two of just seven minor league players to hit .300 with 90 runs scored, 45 extra-base hits and 90 runs batted in. Olson Earns First Big League Win: Lefty Tyler Olson earned his first MLB win yesterday, pitching a scoreless tenth inning in Seattle’s 5-4 win over Oakland. After making his debut on Tuesday, the southpaw became the 52nd former Generals/Diamond Jaxx player to go on to make his big league debut in the Seattle era (since 2007) and the first in 2015. The Spokane native was the only player not on the Seattle 40-man roster at the start of Spring Training to make the team. Olson started 22 games for the Generals in 2014. He finished strong, going 5-1 with a 1.18 ERA in August. On The Clock: Last night was the first time that baseball’s new pitch clocks were used in Southern League games. These clocks will be used in Double-A and Triple-A contests in 2015 as part of Major League Baseball’s new pace-of-play initiatives. Within 20 seconds of the prior pitch, pitchers will have to begin their motion or come set while hitters have to set foot in the batter’s box. There will also be breaks of 2:25 between innings and for each pitching change. April will serve as a grace period, but penalties including fines, automatic balls and automatic strikes will be implemented starting in May. Last Game: April 11, 2015 at Jacksonville Final R H E LOB Generals 1 5 1 6 Suns 3 8 1 8 wp: Chipper Smith (1-0, 0.00) lp: Tyler Pike (0-1, 1.93) sv: Nick Wittgren (1) time: 2:27 Ballpark: Bragan Field at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Fla.) Attendance: 3,566 HR: JAX: Juengel (1) Recap: Jackson’s offense struggled on Saturday night, scoring just an uneared run on five hits in a 3-1 loss to the Suns... Jackson’s lone run came in the fifth inning on an RBI double by Tyler Smith that scored Jack Reinheimer to tie the game at 1-1...Tyler Pike took the loss, giving up two runs (one earned) in 4.2 innings of work...Jackonville’s Chipper Smith gave up just an unearned run in 5.0 innings to earn the win...Jordy Lara extended his hitting streak to three games with a sixth inning single...Gabriel Guerrero and Jabari Henry added doubles in the contest. Radio: TJ Network (AM 1390, FM 94.1, 94.3) | WTJS.com | jacksongeneralsbaseball.com (Brandon Liebhaber) Twitter/Instagram: @jacksongenerals Facebook: facebook.com/jacksongenerals 2015 Generals At a Glance Overall Record 1-2 1 st Half Record/Standing 1-2/t-2 nd (1.0 GB) 2 nd Half Record/Standing -- Home Record 0-0 Road Record 1-2 Streak Loss 2 Last 10 1-2 vs. Jacksonville 1-2 vs. Jacksonville at Home/on Road 0-0/1-2 Southern League Standings North Division W-L Pct. GB L10 Streak Chattanooga Lookouts (MIN) 2-1 .667 -- 2-1 W2 Birmingham Barons (CHW) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 W1 Jackson Generals (SEA) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 L2 Montgomery Biscuits (TB) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 L2 Tennessee Smokies (CHC) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 L2 South Division W-L Pct. GB L10 Streak Biloxi Shuckers (MIL) 3-0 1.000 -- 3-0 W3 Jacksonville Suns (MIA) 2-1 .667 1.0 2-1 W2 Mississippi Braves (ATL) 2-1 .667 1.0 2-1 W2 Mobile BayBears (ARI) 2-1 .667 1.0 2-1 L1 Pensacola Blue Wahoos (CIN) 0-3 .000 3.0 0-3 L3 Southern League Scoreboard Saturday, April 11 th Sunday, April 12 th Tennessee 2, Mississippi 6 TNS at MIS, 1:00 pm CT Jackson 1, Jacksonville 3 CHA at MTG, 2:05 pm CT Biloxi 7, Pensacola 2 JXN at JAX, 3:05 pm ET Mobile 1, Birmingham 2 MOB at BIR, 3:00 pm CT Chattanooga 4, Montgomery 3 BIL at PNS, 4:00 pm CT Generals vs. Suns Jackson (Rank) Stat Jacksonville (Rank) .177 (t-8th) Average .234 (7th) 3 (t-9th) Runs 10 (6th) 17 (t-8th) Hits 22 (6th) 0 (10th) Home Runs 2 (t-2nd) 7 (t-9th) Walks 8 (t-7th) 30 (8th) Strikeouts 20 (3rd) 0 (t-8th) Steals 1 (t-6th) .240 (9th) On-Base % .296 (7th) .250 (9th) Slugging % .394 (4th) .490 (9th) OPS .692 (4th) 2.88 (5th) ERA 0.67 (1st) 22 (5th) Hits Allowed 17 (t-2nd) 20 (8th) Strikeouts 30 (3rd) 8 (t-3rd) Walks 7 (t-1st) 1.200 (4th) WHIP 0.889 (t-2nd)
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  • Southern League Champions 2000 | Division Champions 1999, 2000, 2005, 2012 | Southern League since 1998

    Jackson Generals Game Notes Page 1

    Sunday, April 12, 2015 | 3:05 p.m. ET | Bragan Field at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville | Jacksonville, Fla. | Game #4 | Road Game #4

    Jackson Generals (1-1) at Jacksonville Suns (1-1)RHP Dylan Unsworth (0-0, --) vs. RHP Kendry Flores (0-0, --)

    Upcoming Schedule & Probable StartersDate Time Opponent Generals Starter Opposing Starter Promotion *First 500 fans

    Mon, 4/13 12:05 pm ET at Jacksonville LHP Misael Siverio (0-0, --) vs. RHP Austin Brice (0-0, --) --Tue, 4/14 OFF DAYWed, 4/15 7:05 pm CT vs. Mississippi RHP Stephen Ladazuri (0-0, 0.00) vs. TBA Magnet Schedule GiveawayThu, 4/16 7:05 pm CT vs. Mississippi LHP Scott DeCecco (0-1, 12.27) vs. TBA Dollar Night

    Today’s Game: The Generals continue their series in Jacksonville with a day game, the team’s first of the year...Jackson’s offense has struggled in each of the last two games scoring just once over both defeats....The Generals are hitting just .177 with three runs over their first three games...Dylan Unsworth is set to make his first start of the year. The Durban, South African native 332 strikeouts and just 51 walks in five professional seasons.

    Versus Jacksonville: This is the only trip of the year to Jacksonville for the Generals...Jackson’s bats have been stymied by Suns pitching thus far in 2015, racking up just 17 hits in 96 total at-bats (.177 average)...The two teams split 10 meetings last year, with the Suns taking three of five at Bragan Field...Matt Anderson, who picked up the save on Opening Night, gave up just three earned runs in 12.1 innings (2.19 ERA) over two outings against the Suns.

    Power Outage: Though eight of the 12 active position players on Jackson’s roster hit 10 or more home runs last year, the Generals have failed to hit a long ball in their first three games of 2015. Jackson is the only team in the Southern League without a homer in the first three games. The team does have six extra base hits (five doubles, one triple).

    Back in Jackson: Jackson’s 25-man active Opening Day roster features 17 players who played for the Generals in 2014. D.J. Peterson and Dan Paolini, who tied for the team lead last season with 13 home runs, are both back with the Generals. Dario Pizzano, who ranked third on the club with 55 RBIs last season returns to West Tennessee as well. Moises Hernandez and Kyle Hunter, who both made more than 30 relief appearances for the team in 2014, make up part of the 2015 bullpen as well. Additionally, Manager Jim Horner and Pitching Coach Lance Painter are back in the Generals’ dugout.

    2014 in Review: The Generals went 63-76 in 2014, finishing third in the North Division in both halves of the season. The team ranked second in the Southern League in batting average (.261), third in hits (1,210) and steals (109). The team’s 894 strikeouts were the fewest of any Southern League team. Ketel Marte led the team with a .302 average. Both Marte and D.J. Peterson were recognized as top prospects in the league by Baseball America after the season, with Peterson named the league’s eighth-best prospect and Marte checking in at 13.

    Offensive Firepower: The 2015 Generals figure to feature a powerful offense, as all five of the top-30 Seattle prospects according to Baseball America on the squad are hitters: D.J. Peterson (2), Gabriel Guerrero (7), Jordy Lara (15), Jack Reinheimer (17) and Julio Morban (25). Eight players hit 10 or more home runs last year, including four that surpassed 15: Gabriel Guerrero (18), Jordy Lara (26), Jabari Henry (30) and D.J. Peterson. Guerrero and Lara were two of just seven minor league players to hit .300 with 90 runs scored, 45 extra-base hits and 90 runs batted in.

    Olson Earns First Big League Win: Lefty Tyler Olson earned his first MLB win yesterday, pitching a scoreless tenth inning in Seattle’s 5-4 win over Oakland. After making his debut on Tuesday, the southpaw became the 52nd former Generals/Diamond Jaxx player to go on to make his big league debut in the Seattle era (since 2007) and the first in 2015. The Spokane native was the only player not on the Seattle 40-man roster at the start of Spring Training to make the team. Olson started 22 games for the Generals in 2014. He finished strong, going 5-1 with a 1.18 ERA in August.

    On The Clock: Last night was the first time that baseball’s new pitch clocks were used in Southern League games. These clocks will be used in Double-A and Triple-A contests in 2015 as part of Major League Baseball’s new pace-of-play initiatives. Within 20 seconds of the prior pitch, pitchers will have to begin their motion or come set while hitters have to set foot in the batter’s box. There will also be breaks of 2:25 between innings and for each pitching change. April will serve as a grace period, but penalties including fines, automatic balls and automatic strikes will be implemented starting in May.

    Last Game: April 11, 2015 at JacksonvilleFinal R H E LOBGenerals 1 5 1 6Suns 3 8 1 8

    wp: Chipper Smith (1-0, 0.00)lp: Tyler Pike (0-1, 1.93)sv: Nick Wittgren (1)time: 2:27

    Ballpark: Bragan Field at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Fla.) Attendance: 3,566 HR: JAX: Juengel (1)Recap: Jackson’s offense struggled on Saturday night, scoring just an uneared run on five hits in a 3-1 loss to the Suns...Jackson’s lone run came in the fifth inning on an RBI double by Tyler Smith that scored Jack Reinheimer to tie the game at 1-1...Tyler Pike took the loss, giving up two runs (one earned) in 4.2 innings of work...Jackonville’s Chipper Smith gave up just an unearned run in 5.0 innings to earn the win...Jordy Lara extended his hitting streak to three games with a sixth inning single...Gabriel Guerrero and Jabari Henry added doubles in the contest.

    Radio: TJ Network (AM 1390, FM 94.1, 94.3) | WTJS.com | jacksongeneralsbaseball.com (Brandon Liebhaber)

    Twitter/Instagram: @jacksongenerals

    Facebook: facebook.com/jacksongenerals

    2015 Generals At a GlanceOverall Record 1-21st Half Record/Standing 1-2/t-2nd (1.0 GB)2nd Half Record/Standing --Home Record 0-0Road Record 1-2Streak Loss 2Last 10 1-2vs. Jacksonville 1-2vs. Jacksonville at Home/on Road 0-0/1-2

    Southern League StandingsNorth Division W-L Pct. GB L10 StreakChattanooga Lookouts (MIN) 2-1 .667 -- 2-1 W2Birmingham Barons (CHW) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 W1Jackson Generals (SEA) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 L2Montgomery Biscuits (TB) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 L2Tennessee Smokies (CHC) 1-2 .333 1.0 1-2 L2South Division W-L Pct. GB L10 StreakBiloxi Shuckers (MIL) 3-0 1.000 -- 3-0 W3Jacksonville Suns (MIA) 2-1 .667 1.0 2-1 W2Mississippi Braves (ATL) 2-1 .667 1.0 2-1 W2Mobile BayBears (ARI) 2-1 .667 1.0 2-1 L1Pensacola Blue Wahoos (CIN) 0-3 .000 3.0 0-3 L3

    Southern League ScoreboardSaturday, April 11th Sunday, April 12th

    Tennessee 2, Mississippi 6 TNS at MIS, 1:00 pm CTJackson 1, Jacksonville 3 CHA at MTG, 2:05 pm CT

    Biloxi 7, Pensacola 2 JXN at JAX, 3:05 pm ETMobile 1, Birmingham 2 MOB at BIR, 3:00 pm CT

    Chattanooga 4, Montgomery 3 BIL at PNS, 4:00 pm CT

    Generals vs. SunsJackson (Rank) Stat Jacksonville (Rank)

    .177 (t-8th) Average .234 (7th)3 (t-9th) Runs 10 (6th)

    17 (t-8th) Hits 22 (6th)0 (10th) Home Runs 2 (t-2nd)7 (t-9th) Walks 8 (t-7th)30 (8th) Strikeouts 20 (3rd)0 (t-8th) Steals 1 (t-6th)

    .240 (9th) On-Base % .296 (7th)

    .250 (9th) Slugging % .394 (4th)

    .490 (9th) OPS .692 (4th)2.88 (5th) ERA 0.67 (1st)22 (5th) Hits Allowed 17 (t-2nd)20 (8th) Strikeouts 30 (3rd)8 (t-3rd) Walks 7 (t-1st)

    1.200 (4th) WHIP 0.889 (t-2nd)

  • Southern League Champions 2000 | Division Champions 1999, 2000, 2005, 2012 | Southern League since 1998

    Jackson Generals Game Notes Page 2Jackson Generals Game Notes Page 2

    Today’s Starting Pitcher#24 Dylan Unsworth RHPFull Name: Dylan Chowles Unsworth Born: September 23, 1992Birthplace: Durban, South Africa Age: 22Last School: Milnerton High School (South Africa) Height/Weight: 6-1/159Drafted: N/A Pitches: Fastball (4-seam, 2-seam), curveball, changeupAcquired: Non-Drafted Free Agent, 2009Pro Career: Sixth professional season; All with Seattle

    2014 Season StatisticsClub W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB WP BK BB SO WHIPHigh Desert 6-9 5.90 26 26 0 0 0 119.0 153 87 78 17 6 3 1 19 119 1.445vs. Jacksonville Did not pitch in Southern League last year

    2015 Unsworth Day-By-DayDate OPP Score Dec GS IP H R ER HR BB SO PC - S

    2014 Highlights: Spent all of last year with the High Desert Mavericks of the California League, going 6-9 with a 5.88 ERA...Among qualified Cal League starters, ranked first in walks per nine innings (1.43) and fourth in strikeouts per nine innings (8.97)...Allowed 3 earned runs or fewer in 17 of his 26 starts, including 7 starts giving up 1 earned run or fewer...Struck out a career-high 12 batters over 7.0 innings in a win over Modesto on June 20 to earn a California League Pitcher of the Week Award...Went 1-1 with a 3.16 ERA (9 ER in 25.2 IP) over his final 7 starts

    Career Highlights/Miscellaneous: Signed as a non-drafted free agent in 2009 by the Mariners...Attended a baseball academy in Italy when he was 16 and was selected to represent South Africa in the 2009 Baseball World Cup...Was signed by the Mariners shortly thereafter...2010: Began career with AZL Mar-iners and was named team’s pitcher of the year...2011: Led Pulaski Mariners with 5 wins...2012: Spent season with Everett...Led the Northwest League in innings pitched (85.1) while tying for third in wins (7) and ranking fourth in strikeouts (67)...Played for South Africa in a World Baseball Classic qualifier against Israel, pitching 6.0 innings and giving up just 1 run on 5 hits...2013: Limited to 11 starts with Clin-ton due to injury...Walked just two batters in 66 innings of work...Participated in the Mariners instructional league...Was named the 30th-overall prospect in the Seattle system by Baseball America heading into 2014.

    By The Numbers (2014 with High Desert)Vs. RHH: .312 (81-260, 8 HR, 52 K, 8 BB) Vs. LHH: .306 (72-235, 9 HR, 67 K, 11 BB)

    Longest Outing: 7.0 IP, 6/20 at Modesto Most Strikeouts: 12 K, 6/20 at Modesto

    Most BB Allowed: 3 BB, 4/11 at Inland Empire Most Hits allowed: 11 H (2x); last: 7/20 vs. Visalia

    Most Runs Allowed: 10 R, 6/11 vs. Lake Elsinore Most ER Allowed: 10 ER, 6/11 vs. Lake Elsinore

    Most HR Allowed: 3 HR, 6/25 vs. RC Quakes Run Support: 5.38 (140 in 26 starts)

    Leading Off: .274 (32-117, 6 HR, 35 K, 4 BB) Runners On: .349 (73-209, 7 HR, 45 BB, 12 BB)

    RISP: .341 (46-135, 5 HR, 26 K, 12 BB) RISP, 2 Outs: .301 (19-63, 2 HR, 17 K, 3 BB)

    Generals Record in Starts: N/A

    Runs Allowed by Inning (2014)g1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th16 10 16 25 11 9 0 -- --

    2014 Splits (High Desert)W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER BB SO HR HB AVG

    Home 3-6 8.07 13 13 58.0 95 56 52 7 57 11 1 .365Road 3-3 3.82 13 13 61.1 58 31 26 12 62 6 5 .2471st Half 4-6 7.18 13 13 62.2 88 54 50 13 49 11 4 .3322nd Half 2-3 4.45 13 13 56.2 65 33 28 6 70 6 2 .283Day 1-0 3.60 2 2 10.0 12 5 4 3 5 1 0 .293Night 5-9 6.09 24 24 109.1 141 82 74 16 114 16 6 .311April 2-2 5.25 5 5 24.0 31 16 14 6 16 3 2 .333May 2-2 7.14 6 6 29.0 43 24 23 4 24 6 1 .333June 1-3 8.46 4 4 22.1 27 22 21 3 29 5 1 .290July 0-1 4.45 6 6 28.1 36 17 14 4 34 2 1 .303August 1-1 3.00 4 4 12.0 11 6 4 1 13 0 1 .239Sept. 0-0 4.91 1 1 3.2 5 2 2 1 3 1 0 .333

    Unsworth Career StatisticsYear Club W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB WP BK BB SO WHIP2010 AZL Mariners (Rk) 2-5 3.93 11 0 0 0 0 50.1 71 27 22 1 1 2 0 1 44 1.4302011 Pulaski (Rk) 6-5 5.16 12 12 0 0 0 61.0 73 37 35 7 1 0 1 10 46 1.3612012 Everett (SS-A) 7-2 3.90 14 14 0 0 0 85.1 76 40 37 9 5 0 3 19 67 1.1132013 Clinton (Low-A) 4-1 2.32 11 11 1 0 0 66.0 58 18 17 2 0 1 0 2 46 0.909

    AZL Mariners (Rk) 0-0 4.50 3 3 0 0 0 6.0 4 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 10 0.6672014 High Desert (High-A) 6-9 5.90 26 26 0 0 0 119.0 153 87 78 17 6 3 1 19 119 1.445

    MiLB Totals 25-22 4.46 77 76 1 0 0 387.2 435 212 192 37 14 6 5 51 332 1.254

  • Southern League Champions 2000 | Division Champions 1999, 2000, 2005, 2012 | Southern League since 1998

    Jackson Generals Game Notes Page 3

    Seattle Mariners Organization ReportSeattle Mariners

    MLB •American LeagueRecord: 2-3 • T-3rd AL West

    Today: at Oakland • 4:05 pm PTFelix Hernandez (1-0, 1.29)

    Yesterday: W, 5-4 (11) at OaklandTyler Olson*: W, 1.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 1 K

    *Former General

    Tacoma RainiersTriple-A •Pacific Coast LeagueRecord: 2-1 • T-1st Pacific Northern

    Today: at El Paso (SD) • 12:05 pm PTMike Kickham (0-0, --)

    Yesterday: W, 10-2 at El PasoJohn Hicks*: .2-for-4, 3B, R, 3 RBI

    AZL MarinersRookie •Arizona LeagueRecord: 0-0 • -- AZL West

    Season Opens in June

    2014: 31-22, 1st AZL WestAZL West Second Half Champions

    Bakersfield BlazeClass A Advanced •California League

    Record: 0-3 • 5th NorthToday: vs. Rancho Cucamonga (LAD) • 12:00 pm PT

    Carlos Misell (0-0, --)

    Yesterday: L, 4-1 vs. Rancho CucamongaDan Altavilla: L, 5.2 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 2 BB< 8 K

    Clinton LumberKingsClass A •Midwest LeagueRecord: 2-1 • T-3rd Western

    Today: vs. Beloit (OAK) • 1:15 pm CTPat Peterson (0-0, --)

    Yesterday: W, 5-4 (Game 1) and W, 2-1 (Game 2) vs. BeloitWayne Taylor: 1-for-4, 2 RBI (Game 1)

    Everett AquaSoxClass A Short-Season •Northwest League

    Record: 0-0• -- NorthOpening Night: June 18 vs. Eugene (CHC)

    2014: 28-48, 4th NorthAustin Cousino: .266, 6 HR, 17 2B, 28 RBI

    Chicago Cubs1998-2006 (9 Seasons)Overall Record: 655-598 (.523)

    Generals Affiliate HistoryLeague Championships: 2000 (1)Division Championships: 1999, 2000, 2005 (3)Playoff Appearances: 1999, 2000, 2002, 2005 (4)Best Record: 84-57 (1999)Worst Record: 59-80 (2001)

    Seattle Mariners2007-Present (9th Season)Overall Record: 537-573* (.484)*Through 2014

    League Championships: --Division Championships: 2012 (1)Playoff Appearances: 2008, 2010, 2012 (3)Best Record: 79-61 (2012)Worst Record: 60-79 (2007)

    *Team played as West Tenn Diamond Jaxx from 1998 to 2010; Have been Jackson Generals since 2011

    Generals vs. Southern LeagueNorth Division Games Home Road Overall StreakBirmingham (CHW) G: 15 | H: 10 | A: 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 --Chattanooga (MIN) G: 20 | H: 10 | A: 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 --Montgomery (TB) G: 20 | H: 20 | A: 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 --Tennessee (CHC) G: 15 | H: 5 | A: 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 --vs. North G: 70 | H: 35 | A: 35 0-0 0-0 0-0 --South Division Games Home Road Overall StreakBiloxi (MIL) G: 15 | H: 10 | A: 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 --Jacksonville (MIA) G: 10 | H: 5 | A: 5 0-0 1-2 1-2 L2Mississippi (ATL) G: 17 | H: 7 | A: 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 --Mobile (ARI) G: 13 | H: 3 | A: 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 --Pensacola (CIN) G: 15 | H: 10 | A: 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 --vs. South G: 70 | H: 35 | A: 35 0-0 1-2 1-2 L2

    Generals By MonthMonth W-L Home Road RPG AVG HR ERA WHIPApril 1-1 -- 1-1 1.0 .177 0 2.88 1.200MayJuneJulyAugustSeptember

    Generals By Runs Scored0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+

    GENERALS 0-1 0-1 1-0OPPONENT 0-1 1-0 1-0

    Runs Scored By Inning1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ext. Total

    GENERALS 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 3OPPONENT 1 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 10

    Generals By DAY Day Home Road OverallMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday 1-0 1-0Friday 0-1 0-1Saturday 0-1 0-1Sunday

    By UniformJersey W-L

    Pinstripe

    Plain White

    Gray 1-2

    Special

    Generals Home and RoadHome Stat Road

    Record 1-2Runs Per Game 1.0Batting Average .177 (17-96)

    Home Runs 0Earned Run Average 2.88

    Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio 20/8Home Runs Allowed 2

    Series Breakdown Home Road Overall

    Series RecordTwo-Game SeriesThree-Game SeriesFive-Game SeriesSeries Openers 1-0 1-0Series FinalesRubber GamesSeries Sweeps

    Miscellaneous Record

    Day GamesNight Games 1-2Day After Off DayGame after Road TripDoubleheadersVs. RH Starter 1-1Vs. LH Starter 0-1

    Starts by PositionC Steve Baron (2), Carlton Tanabe (1)

    1B D.J. Peterson (2), Dan Paolini (1)

    2B Tyler Smith (3)

    SS Jack Reinheimer (3)

    3B Jordy Lara (3)

    LF Jabari Henry (3)

    CF Julio Morban (2), Gabriel Guerrero (1)

    RF Gabriel Guerrero (2), Pat Brady (1)

    DH Dan Paolini (1), Dario PIzzano (1), D.J. Peterson (1)

    Starts by Batting Order1st Tyler Smith (2), Jack Reinheimer (1)

    2nd Jack Reinheimer (2), Tyler Smith (1)

    3rd D.J. Peterson (3)

    4th Jordy Lara (3)

    5th Julio Morban (2), Dan Paolini (1)

    6th Gabriel Guerrero (3)

    7th Jabari Henry (3)

    8th Dan Paolini (2), Pat Brady (1)

    9th Steve Baron (2), Carlton Tanabe (1)

  • Southern League Champions 2000 | Division Champions 1999, 2000, 2005, 2012 | Southern League since 1998

    Jackson Generals Game Notes Page 4

    Generals Record BreakdownHome Road 1st Half 2nd Half Overall

    Leading after 6 -- -- -- -- --Tied after 6 -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0Trailing afer 6 -- 0-2 0-2 -- 0-2Leading after 7 -- -- -- -- --Tied after 7 -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0Trailing after 7 -- 0-2 0-2 -- 0-2Leading after 8 -- -- -- -- --Tied after 8 -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0Trailing after 8 -- 0-2 0-2 -- 0-2Extra Innings -- -- -- -- --

    vs. Right-Handed Starter -- 1-1 1-1 -- 1-1vs. Left-Handed Starter -- 0-1 0-1 -- 0-1

    One-Run Games -- -- -- -- --Two-Run Games -- 1-1 1-1 -- 1-1Three-Run Games -- -- -- -- --Game Decided by 4+ runs -- 0-1 0-1 -- 0-1

    Generals out-hit Opponent -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0Opponent out-hits Generals -- 0-2 0-2 -- 0-2Teams tie in hits -- -- -- -- --

    Generals Score First -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0Opponent Scores First -- 0-2 0-2 -- 0-2Shutouts -- 1-1 1-1 -- 1-1

    Generals Hit a Home Run -- -- -- -- --Generals Hit Multiple Home Runs -- -- -- -- --Generals Do Not Hit a Home Run -- 1-2 1-2 -- 1-2When Giving Up a Home Run -- 0-2 0-2 -- 0-2Giving Up Multiple Home Runs -- -- -- -- --Not Giving Up a Home Run -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0

    Last At-Bat Wins -- -- -- -- --Walk-Off Wins -- -- -- -- --Walk-Off Home Runs -- -- -- -- --Come From Behind Wins -- -- -- -- --Losses After Leading -- -- -- -- --

    Collecting 0-3 Hits -- -- -- -- --Collecting 4-6 Hits -- 1-2 1-2 -- 1-2Collecting 7-9 Hits -- -- -- -- --Collecting 10-12 Hits -- -- -- -- --Collecting 12+ Hits -- -- -- -- --

    Allowing 0-3 Hits -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0Allowing 4-6 Hits -- -- -- -- --Allowing 7-9 Hits -- 0-1 0-1 -- 0-1Allowing 10-12 Hits -- 0-1 0-1 -- 0-1Allowing 12+ HIts -- -- -- -- --

    Scoring 5 or More Runs -- -- -- -- --Scoring 4 or Fewer Runs -- 1-2 1-2 -- 1-2Allowing 5 or More Runs -- 0-1 0-1 -- 0-1Allowing 4 or Fewer Runs -- 1-1 1-1 -- 1-1

    Miscellaneous InformationGenerals EjectionsDate/Opponent Coach/Player Umpire Reason

    AttendanceLargest Attendance, Home.........................................................................................................Average Attendance, Home.........................................................................................................Largest Attendance, Road.... ..........................................................................6,694, 4/9 at JAX

    Generals Highs & LowsGeneralMost Games Over .500........................................................................................................................1, 1-0 after game 4/9 at JAX Most Games Under .500.................................................................................................................1, 1-2 after game 4/11 at JAXLongest Winning Streak..............................................................................................................................................................Longest Winning Streak, Home..................................................................................................................................................Longest Winning Streak, Road.....................................................................................................................................................Most Consecutive Losses.......................................................................................................................2, 4/10-4/11 (Current)Most Consecutive Losses, Home.................................................................................................................................................Most Consecutive Losses, Road...........................................................................................................2, 4/10 to 4/11 (Current)Largest Margin of Victory.......................................................................................................................2, 4/9 at JAX, 2-0 FinalLargest Margin of Defeat.........................................................................................................................7, 4/10 at JAX, 7-0 FinalBiggest Comeback to Win...........................................................................................................................................................Biggest Lead to Lose..................................................................................................................................................................Longest Game, Innings................................................................................................................................................................Longest Game, Time...........................................................................................................................................2:39, 4/9 at JAXLongest 9-Inning Game, Time..............................................................................................................................2:39, 4/9 at JAXShortest Game, Time....................................................................................................................2:19 (1:01 delay), 4/10 at JAXShortest 9-Inning Game, Time.......................................................................................................2:19 (1:01 delay), 4/10 at JAXHottest First Pitch Temperature.........................................................................................................84, 4/10 at JAX (7:05 pm ET)Coldest First Pitch Temperature.........................................................................................................81, 4/11 at JAX (7:05 pm ET)Most Double Plays Turned....................................................................................................................1 (2x): last: 4/10 at JAX Most Double Plays Turned Against.........................................................................................................................2, 4/11 at JAXMost Errors, Game...................................................................................................................................1 (3x); last: 4/11 at JAXMost Opposing Errors, Game..................................................................................................................................1, 4/11 at JAX

    Team BattingMost Runs, Game....................................................................................................................................................2, 4/9 at JAXFewest Runs, Game.................................................................................................................................................0, 4/10 at JAXMost Runs, Inning..................................................................................................................................2, 9th Inning, 4/9 at JAXMost Hits, Game....................................................................................................................................6 (3x); last: 4/11 at JAXMost Hits, Inning.....................................................................................................................3 (2x); last: Top 6th, 4/10 at JAXFewest Hits, Game................................................................................................................................6 (2x); last: 4/10 at JAXMost Doubles, Game................................................................................................................................................3, 4/11 at JAXMost Triples, Game...................................................................................................................................................1, 4/9 at JAXMost Home Runs, Game.............................................................................................................................................................Most Consecutive Games with a Home Run.................................................................................................................................Most Consecutive Games without a Home Run........................................................................................3, 4/9 to 4/11 (Current)Most Extra-Base Hits, Game.................................................................................................................3 (2x); last: 4/11 at JAXMost Runners Left on Base, Game.........................................................................................................7 (2x); last: 4/10 at JAXMost Walks, Game.................................................................................................................................................3, 4/11 at JAXFewest Walks, Game..............................................................................................................................2 (2x); last: 4/10 at JAXMost Strikeouts, Game...........................................................................................................................................14, 4/9 at JAXFewest Strikeouts, Game.....................................................................................................................................6, 4/11 at JAXMost Stolen Bases, Game............................................................................................................................................................Most Hit Batters, Game............................................................................................................................................1, 4/9 at JAX

    Individual BattingMost Hits, Game.........................................................................................................................2 (3x); last: Baron, 4/10 at JAXMost Runs, Game.................................................................................................................1 (3x); last: Reinheimer, 4/11 at JAX Most Doubles, Game.............................................................................................1 (5x); last: Guerrero, Smith, Henry, 4/11 at JAXMost Triples, Game....................................................................................................................................................................Most Home Runs, Game...............................................................................................................................1, Lara, 4/9 at JAXMost Extra Base Hits, Game.....................................................................................1 (3x); Reinheimer, Henry, Lara, 4/9 at JAXMost RBI, Game...........................................................................................................................1 (3x); last: Smith, 4/11 at JAXMost Walks, Game..........................................................................................1 (7x); last: Reinheimer, Smith, Henry, 4/11 at JAXMost Strikeouts, Game...............................................................................................3 (3x); Guerrero, Henry, Paolini, 4/9 at JAXMost Stolen Bases, Game...........................................................................................................................................................Longest Hitting Streak....................................................................................................3 games, Lara, 4/9 to 4/11 (Current)

    Team PitchingFewest Runs Allowed, Game.....................................................................................................................................0, 4/9 at JAXMost Runs Allowed, Game......................................................................................................................................7, 4/10 at JAXMost Runs Allowed, Inning...............................................................................................................4, Bottom 3rd, 4/10 at JAXMost Home Runs Allowed, Game........................................................................................................1 (2x); last:, 4/11 at JAXMost Home Runs Allowed, Inning.........................................................................................1 (2x); last: Bottom 8th, 4/11 at JAXMost Unearned Runs Allowed, Game....................................................................................................1 (2x); last: 4/11 at JAXFewest Hits Allowed, Game.....................................................................................................................................3, 4/9 at JAXMost Hits Allowed, Game.....................................................................................................................................11, 4/10 at JAXMost Hits Allowed, Inning...................................................................................................................5, Bottom 3rd, 4/10 at JAXMost Strikeouts, Game...........................................................................................................................................8, 4/9 at JAXFewest Walks Allowed, Game.................................................................................................................2 (2x); last: 4/10 at JAXMost Walks Allowed, Game....................................................................................................................................4, 4/11 at JAXMost Opponent Stolen Bases, Game........................................................................................................................1, 4/9 at JAXMost Runners Left Stranded, Game.......................................................................................................................8, 4/11 at JAXMost Wild Pitches, Game.......................................................................................................................................1, 4/11 at JAXMost Hit Batters, Game.........................................................................................................................................1, 4/9 at JAXMost Balks, Game......................................................................................................................................................................

    Individual PitchingMost Earned Runs Allowed, Game (Starter)............................................................................................5, DeCecco, 4/10 at JAXMost Earned Runs Allowed, Game (Reliever)............................................................................1, (2x); last: Miller, 4/11 at JAXMost Hits Allowed, Game (Starter).......................................................................................................9, DeCecco, 4/10 at JAXMost Hits Allowed, Game (Reliever)..........................................................................................................3, Miller, 4/11 at JAXMost Home Runs Allowed, Game (Starter)............................................................................................1, DeCecco, 4/10 at JAXMost Home Runs Allowed, Game (Reliever)................................................................................................1, Miller, 4/11 at JAXMost Strikeouts, Game (Starter)...........................................................................................................5, Landazuri, 4/9 at JAXMost Strikeouts, Game (Reliever).........................................................................................................3, Gillheeney, 4/9 at JAXMost Walks Allowed, Game (Starter).............................................................................................................3, Pike, 4/11 at JAXMost Walks Allowed, Game (Reliever)......................................................................................................2, Gilheeney, 4/9 at JAXMost Innings Pitched, Starter............................................................................................................6.0 IP, Landazuri, 4/9 at JAXFewest Innings Pitched, Starter.........................................................................................................3.2 IP, DeCecco, 4/10 at JAXMost Innings Pitched, Reliever.........................................................................................................2.1 IP, Gillheeney, 4/9 at JAXMost Consecutive Outs, Starter................................................................................................................8, Landazuri, 4/9 at JAXMost Consecutive Outs, Reliever..............................................................................................................6, Shipers, 4/10 at JAXLongest Scoreless Innings Streak, Starter...................................................................................6.0 IP, Landazuri (4/9-Present)Longest Scoreless Innings Streak, Reliever.................................................................................2.1 IP, Gillheeney (4/9-Present)Most Wild Pitches, Game...............................................................................................................................1, Pike, 4/11 at JAX

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    Generals Field Staff36 Jim Horner ManagerBorn November 11, 1973 (Age 41)...resides in Kimberly Twin Falls, ID, with wife Katie, daughters Madison and Reagan and sons Jackson and Tyler...Begins ninth season in the Mariners organization, second as the manager in Jackson...Rejoined the Mariners organization prior to the 2013 season as manager of High Desert...Spent the previous two and a half seasons (2010-2012) as an Assistant Coach at Texas Tech University...Left High Desert on July 30, 2010 to accept position at TTU...Named the 2009 Mariners Player Development Staff Member of the Year and California League Manager of the Year after leading High Desert to first-place finishes in both the first and second half of the season...Managed Wisconsin in 2006 and 2007..Was a coach for Everett in 2005...Signed as a non-drafted free agent by Seattle on August 8, 1996...Spent nine seasons as a minor league catcher with the Mariners...Played for Southern League’s Orlando Rays in 1998, West Tenn’s first year in Jackson...Graduated from Twin Falls (Idaho) High School in 1992...Starred in football and baseball, including an honorable mention on the USA Today All-American football team...Graduated from Washington State University in June 1996 with a degree in Criminal Justice

    Managerial RecordYear Club League Level W-L Pct. Finish2006 Wisconsin Midwest Low A 54-86 .386 7th/7th in division2007 Wisconsin Midwest Low A 53-85 .384 8th/7th in division2008 High Desert California High A 58-82 .414 t-2nd/5th in division2009 High Desert California High A 83-57 .593 1st/1st in division2010 High Desert California High A 57-48 .543 3rd/2nd in division2013 High Desert California High A 64-76 .457 3rd/5th in division2014 Jackson Southern Double-A 63-76 .453 3rd/3rd in divisionCareer Totals 432-510 .459 Two division championships

    28 Lance Painter Pitching CoachBorn July 21, 1967 (Age 47)...resides in Gilbert, Arizona with wife Kelly, daughters Jordan and Madison, and son Jake...Begins his 10th season in the Mariners organization, second as pitching coach with Jackson (also 2010-2012)...also served as pitching coach of High Desert (2008, 2013), Clinton (2009) and Wisconsin (2006-2007)...Pitched professionally from 1990-2003, spending time in the San Diego, Colorado, St. Louis, Toronto and Milwaukee organizations...Spent parts of 10 years in the Major Leagues, amassing a 25-18 record in 314 career appearances...Attended the University of Wisconsin...Born in England and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1994.

    13 Roy Howell CoachBorn December 18, 1953 (Age 61)...resides in Shell Beach, California with his wife Carla and sons Troy and Daniel...Begins fourth season in Mariners organization...Managed the Tacoma Rainiers in 2014, replacing Rich Donnelly, who was originally tabbed as the team’s skipper before being named Seattle’s Major League third-base coach in Spring Training...Guided the Rainiers to 74 wins in first season leading the field staff, which was tied for the ninth-most victories collected by a manger in his first full season...Served as coach for the High Desert Mavericks in 2012 and 2013...Spent the 2011 season as the manager for the Road Warriors travel team in the Atlantic League...Manager of the San Luis Rattlers of the California Collegiate League from 2007 to 2010...Returned to baseball in 2000 and spent six seasons with the minor league department of the San Diego Padres...Spent three sea-sons as manager at Short-A Eugene (2003-2005) and three seasons as manager at Triple-A Portland (2000-2002)...Selected by Texas in the first round of the 1972 draft out of Lompoc (California) High School...Played parts of 11 seasons in the Majors with Texas (1974-1977), Toronto (1977-1980) and Milwaukee (1981-1984)...Hit .261 with 80 home runs and 454 RBIs in 1,112 career games...Was an American League All-Star with Toronto in 1978...Played for Milwaukee in the 1982 World Series.

    B.J. Downie Athletic TrainerBorn July 19, 1973 (Age 41)...Resides in Nehalem, Oregon with wife Nayi...Has one son, Joseph...Begins his second season with Jackson after spending 2013 and the first half of 2014 with Triple-A Tacoma...Served in the same capacity with High Desert in 2012 and Pulaski in 2011...Also served as athletic trainer for Clinton in 2010 and as strength coach and assistant athletic trainer in 2009...Worked as the AZL Mariners trainer in 2001...Spent six years (2003-2008) with Foothills Sports Medicine in Ahwatukee, Arizona and Peoria, Arizona...Trainer in San Francisco organization with AZL Giants (2002) and San Jose Giants (2003)...Athletic Trainer at Trover Sports Medicine (1997-1999) and Advanced Fitness in Seattle (1999-2001)...Graduated from Western Oregon University in 1995 with a BS in physical education...Graduated from the University of Oregon in 1997 with an MS in Exercise Science

    Derek Mendoza Performance CoachBorn October 30, 1984 (Age 30) in Hereford, Texas...Resides in Dallas Texas with girlfriend Angela and children Meghan and Braedyn...Begins his second season as performance coach in the Mariners organization and his first with Jackson...Served as the Performance Coach with the Dominican Summer League Mariners in 2014...Prior to joining the Mariners, served as a Supervisor of Sports Performance for Texas Health Resources (2012-2013) and Director of Strength Program at Performance Course (2007-2012)...Has a Bachelors (2007) and a Masters Degree (2009) in Kinesiology from the University of North Texas...RSCC (Registered Strength and Conditioning Specialist) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association...USAW-1 USA Weightlifting Performance Coach...PN-1 Precision Nutrition Certified Sports and Exercise Nutrition

    Southern League Awards & Accolades (2014)Southern League Player of the Week Southern League Pitcher of the WeekWeek Player Stats Week Player Stats

    4/28 to 5/4 LHP Cam Hobson 7 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 2 K (vs. PNS)7/7 to 7/13 RHP Victor Sanchez 8 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 9 K (vs. BIR)

    Southern League Mid-Season All-Stars Southern League Postseason All-StarsPlayer First Half Stats Player Season StatsRHP Stephen Kolscheen 6 sv, 2.25 ERA, 33 K, 4 BB, 32 IP INF/OF Patrick Kivlehan .300, 23 2B, 11 HR, 68 RBIRHP Mayckol Guaipe 6 sv, 1.80 ERA, 31 K, 7 BB SS Ketel Marte .302, 27 2B, 46 RBI, 23-33 SBSS Ketel Marte .302, 18 2B, 1 HR, 21 RBI, 17 SB

    Southern League Postseason AwardsPlayer AwardINF/OF Patrick Kivlehan Best Utility Player

    Notable Occurrences (2014)Grand Slams (5) Opponent Grand Slams (1)Player Date/Opp (Inn.) Opposing Pitcher Opposing Player Date/Opponent Generals PitcherJabari Blash 4/3 at CHA (5th) Carlos Frias Nick Ramirez 8/17 vs. JXN (8th) Mayckol GuaipeKevin Rivers 4/11 vs MIS (5th) Ryan WeberDaniel Paolini 5/10 vs. TNS (2nd) Ivan Pineyro Dario PIzzano 6/2 vs HVL (1st) Brent SuterJordy Lara 8/6 at PNS (9th) Ben Klimesh

    Back-to-Back Home Runs (3) Opponents Back-to-Back Home RunsPlayers Date/Opp. (Inn.) Opp. Pitcher(s) Opposing Players Date/Opp. (Inn.) JXN Pitcher(s)Ji-Man Choi, Patrick Kivlehan 6/13 vs. JAX (5th) James NygrenJordy Lara, Dario Pizzano 8/17 at HVL (3rd) Drew GagnonTyler Marlette, Patrick Brady 8/20 at HVL (4th) Austin Ross

    Last At-Bat Wins Opponents Last At-Bat WinsDate/Opponent Final Score Game Winning Play Date/Opponent Final Score Game-Winning Play

    Walk-Off Home Runs Opponents Walk-Off Home RunsPlayer Date/Opp Final Score Opp. Pitcher Player Date/Opp Final Score Opp. Pitcher

    Longest Hitting Streaks (‘14)No. Player Start End Stats17 Patrick Kivlehan 6/3 6/23 .438 (28-64), 9 2B, 2 HR, 20 RBI

    16 Leon Landry 7/4 7/25 .292 (21-74), 3 2B, 1 HR, 5 RBI

    15 Jamal Austin 5/29 6/19 .393 (24-61), 5 2B, 2 3B, 5 RBI

    13 Ketel Marte 5/25 6/7 .333 (19-57), 5 2B, 1 3B, 8 RBI

    12 Mickey Wiswall 5/11 5/30 .370 (17-46), 2 2B, 3 HR, 10 RBI

    Longest On-Base Streaks (‘14)No. Player Start End Stats32 Patrick Kivlehan 7/3 8/7 .330 (38-115), 7 2B, 4 3B, 5 HR

    29 Patrick Kivlehan 5/22 6/23 .380 (40-105), 10 2B, 4 HR, 28 RBI

    21 John Hicks 4/17 5/23 .325 (26-80), 5 2B, 2 HR, 14 RBI

    19 Dario Pizzano 7/1 7/26 .362 (21-58), 5 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR

    12 Mickey Wiswall 5/11 5/30 .370 (17-46), 2 2B, 3 HR

    Generals Team Leaders (‘14)Off. Stat Player SL RankAverage Ketel Marte .302 5th

    HR D.J. Peterson, Dan Paolini 13 t-14thRBI Patrick Kivlehan 68 9th

    Runs Ketel Marte 63 16thOBP Pat Kivlehan .374 9thOPS Pat Kivlehan .860 5th2B Dan Paolini 34 t-4th3B Leon Landry 9 t-3rdSB Leon Landry 25 t-4th

    Pit. Stat Player SL RankWins Tyler Olson 10 t-8th

    Losses Cam Hobson 11 t-4thSaves Mayckol Guaipe 12 t-7thERA Tyler Olson 3.52 11thIP Cam Hobson 129.0 --

    WHIP Victor Sanchez 1.299 t-11thStrikeouts Tyler Olson 100 12th

    Walks Cam Hobson 47 --

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    Home Run BreakdownPlayer HR Solo 2-R 3-R GS Multi LastSteve Baron --

    Patrick Brady --

    Gabriel Guerrero --

    Jabari Henry --

    Jordy Lara --

    Julio Morban --

    Dan Paolini --

    D.J. Peterson --

    Dario Pizzano --

    Jack Reinheimer --

    Tyler Smith --

    Carlton Tanabe --

    Total

    Multi-Hit GamesPlayer 2-H 3-H 4-H 5+ Total LastSteve Baron 1 4/10 at JAX

    Patrick Brady --

    Gabriel Guerrero --

    Jabari Henry --

    Jordy Lara 1 4/9 at JAX

    Julio Morban --

    Dan Paolini --

    D.J. Peterson --

    Dario Pizzano --

    Jack Reinheimer 1 4/9 at JAX

    Tyler Smith --

    Carlton Tanabe --

    Total 3

    Multi-RBI GamesPlayer 2-RBI 3-RBI 4-RBI 5+ Total LastSteve Baron --

    Patrick Brady --

    Gabriel Guerrero --

    Jabari Henry --

    Jordy Lara --

    Julio Morban --

    Dan Paolini --

    D.J. Peterson --

    Dario Pizzano --

    Jack Reinheimer --

    Tyler Smith --

    Carlton Tanabe --

    Total

    Generals Position Players

    8 Steve Baron C .286, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 6’0’’ Wt: 205 Birthday (Age): 12.7.1990 (24) Hometown: Miami, Fla. Years Pro: 7 Acquired: Supp 1st, ‘09Last Game: 2-for-3 (4/10 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 2-for-7 Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 2-for-7 Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .286 (2-for-7) Last 10: .286 (2-for-7) H: 2, 4/10 at JAXVs. LHP: -- Vs. RHP: .286 (2-for-7) 2B: --Current Streak: 1 game (2-for-3) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: 1, last: 4/10 at JAX Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 9th (2) Starts by Position: C (2) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: --2014 Highlights: Split season between High Desert and Jackson...Combined to throw out 45.5% of attempted base stealers (36 CS/42 SB) between High-A and Double-A...Season-high seven-game hit streak with Jackson from August 6 to 16 (.462, 12-26, 2 R, 3 2B, 3 RBI)...Hit .275 in 21 games with Jackson last year, the highest average he has posted at any level...Hit .375 (12-32, 3 2B, 3 RBI) in nine August games...Placed on the DL August 18 for the remainder of the season with a strained right hamstring

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduate of John A. Ferguson High School in Miami, Florida...Selected by the Mariners with a Supplemental First Round pick (33rd overall) in 2009...Led the minors in runners caught stealing in 2010 between Everett and Clinton, throwing out 63 of 138 would-be base stealers...Was named a Northwest League All-Star with Everett in 2010...Appeared in a career-high 86 games with High Desert in 2013. His 5 home runs and 47 RBIs with the Mavericks were also career highs

    4 Patrick Brady INF .000, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 5’10’’ Wt: 176 Birthday (Age): 2.5.1988 (27) Hometown: Louisville, Ky. Years Pro: 6 Acquired: 48th Rd., 2010Last Game: 0-for-3 (4/11 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 0-for-3 Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 0-for-3 Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .000 (0-for-3) Last 10: .000 (0-for-3) H: --Vs. LHP: .000 (0-for-2) Vs. RHP: .000 (0-for-1) 2B: --Current Streak: Hitless last game (0-for-3) Longest Streak: 1 game (current) 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: 1, last: 4/10 at JAX Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 8th (1) Starts by Position: RF (1) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: --2014 Highlights: Played at four different levels last year: Short-Season Everett, High-A High Desert, Double-A Jackson and Triple-A Tacoma...Season-high nine-game hit streak with Jackson from July 24 to August 6 (.314, 11-35, 7 R, 2 2B, 3 HR)...Played second base, shortstop, left field and center field with the Generals...Began the season on the disabled list with a shin bruise on his right leg

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Drafted in the 48th Round of the of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft out of Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky...Posted career highs with 11 home runs, 13 doubles, and 37 RBIs with High Desert in 2013

    27 Gabriel Guerrero OF .167, 0 HR, 1 RBIHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 190 Birthday (Age): 12.11.1993 (21) Hometown: Nizao, DR Years Pro: 5 Acquired: NDFA, 2011Last Game: 1-for-4, 2B, 2 K Vs. Jacksonville: 2-for-12, 2B, RBI, 6 K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 2-for-12, 2B, RBI, 6 K Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .167 (2-for-12, 2B, RBI, 6 K) Last 10: .167 (2-for-12, 2B, RBI, 6 K) H: 1 (2x); last: 4/11 at JAXVs. LHP: .500 (1-for-2, 2B) Vs. RHP: .100 (1-for-10, RBI, 6 K) 2B: 1, 4/11 at JAXCurrent Streak: 1 game (1-for-4, 2B, 2K) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 6th (3) Starts by Position: RF (2), CF (1) RBI: 1, 4/9 at JAXPinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: 3, 4/9 at JAX2014 Highlights: Spent all of 2014 with High Desert Mavericks of the California League, setting career highs in games (131), at-bats (538), runs (97), hits (165), doubles (28), home runs (18), RBIs (86) and stolen bases (18)...Was one of only seven minor league players to hit better than .300 with at least 90 runs scored, 45 extra-base hits and 90 runs batted in...Ranked second in the California League in hits, third in at-bats, tied for fourth in RBIs, fourth in runs scored and seventh in average...Recorded 47 multi-hit games, including season high of five May 17 vs. Inland Empire...Had seven hitting streaks of at least five games, including season-high 15-game streak in July...Was a California League Mid-Season All-Star...Played for World Team in 2014 MLB All-Star Futures Game

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Is the nephew of nine-time Major League All-Star Vladimir Guerrero...Ranked the 7th-best prospect in the Seattle system by Base-ball America after checking in at 13th last year...Began his career in the Dominican Summer League, winning league MVP in 2012 after leading the circuit with 11 home runs and 54 RBIs in 50 games...Spent all of 2013 in Clinton, his first full year playing professionally in the United States...Has racked up 22 outfield assists over the past two seasons...Signed as a non-drafted free agent out of the Dominican Republic

    5 Jabari Henry OF .182, 0 HR, 1 RBIHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 200 Birthday (Age): 11.11.1990 (24) Hometown: Orlando, Fla. Years Pro: 4 Acquired: 18th Rd, 2012Last Game: 1-for-3, 2B, BB, K Vs. Jacksonville: 2-for-11, 2 2B, RBI, BB, 6 K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 2-for-11, 2 2B, RBI, BB, 6 K Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .182 (2-for-11, 2 2B, RBI, BB, 6 K) Last 10: .182 (2-for-11, 2 2B, RBI, BB, 6 K) H: 1 (2x); last: 4/11 at JAXVs. LHP: .000 (0-for-1, BB, K) Vs. RHP: .200 (2-for-10, 2 2B, RBI, 5 K) 2B: 1 (2x); last: 4/11 at JAXCurrent Streak: 1 game (1-for-3, 2B, BB, K) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 7th (3) Starts by Position: LF (3) RBI: 1, 4/9 at JAXPinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: 3, 4/9 at JAX2014 Highlights: Spent all of 2014 with High Desert, hitting .291 with 30 home runs and 95 runs batted in over 114 games...His 30 home runs was second among all Seattle farmhands to D.J. Peterson...Was one of just 14 minor league players to hit 30 homers last year...Ranked second in the Cal League in at-bats per home run (14.33), third in home runs and slugging (.533), fifth in extra-base hits (61)...Reached base safely via a hit or a walk in 102 of 114 games played, including 81 games with at least one hit and 34 multi-hit affairs...Recorded a season-high four hits twice...Reached base safely in 35 consecutive games from June 8 to July 21, hitting .370 (51-138) with 10 homers over that span...Drove in 14 runs over an eight-game RBI streak in July...Had seven hitting streaks of five games or more, including a season-high 12-game stretch in June...Hit 16 homers over final 54 games of the season

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Selected by the Mariners in the 18th round of the 2012 MLB Draft out of Florida International University...Originally drafted by the Rangers in the 39th round of the 2009 draft out of Olympia High School in Orlando...Was First-Team All-Sun Belt as an outfielder as a senior in 2012...Started pro career with Pulaski in 2012, tying for the team lead with 8 homers and pacing the squad with 42 runs batted in

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    Pinch HittersPlayer AVG H-AB HR RBI BB SOSteve BaronPatrick BradyGabriel GuerreroJabari HenryJordy LaraJulio MorbanDan PaoliniD.J. PetersonDario PizzanoJack ReinheimerTyler SmithCarlton Tanabe

    OtherTotal

    Designated HittersPlayer G AVG H-AB HR RBI BB SOSteve BaronPatrick BradyGabriel GuerreroJabari HenryJordy LaraJulio MorbanDan Paolini 1 .000 0-4 0 0 0 3D.J. Peterson 1 .000 0-4 0 0 0 0Dario Pizzano 1 .500 1-2 0 0 1 0Jack ReinheimerTyler SmithCarlton Tanabe

    OtherTotal .100 1 10 0 1 3

    Generals Position Players

    3 Jordy Lara INF .364, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 6’3’’ Wt: 215 Birthday (Age): 5.21.1991 (23) Hometown: Bani, DR Years Pro: 8 Acquired: NDFA, 2008Last Game: 1-for-4, K (4/11 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 4-for-11, 3B, R, BB, 3 K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 4-for-11, 3B, R, BB, 3 K Last Series: -- R: 1, 4/9 at JAXLast 5: .364 (4-for-11, 3B, R, BB, 3 K) Last 10: .364 (4-for-11, 3B, R, BB, 3 K) H: 2, 4/9 at JAXVs. LHP: -- Vs. RHP: .429 (3-for-7, 3B, BB) 2B: --Current Streak: 3 games (4-for-11, 3B, R, BB, 3 K) Longest Streak: 3 games (4/9 to Present) 3B: 1, 4/9 at JAXMulti-Hit Games: 1; last: 4/9 at JAX Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 4th (3) Starts by Position: 3B (3) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: 1, 4/10 at JAX

    SO: 2, 4/10 at JAX2014 Highlights: Played 135 games between High Desert and Jackson...Led all of Minor League Baseball with 177 hits while tying for third in extra-base hits (71), sixth in RBIs (104), tying for ninth in doubles (40) and tenth in slugging percentage (.581)...Won the Cal League batting title with a .353 average in 102 games...Was one of just seven minor league players to hit .300 with 90 runs scored, 45 extra-base hits and 90 RBIs last year...Reached base safely in 114 of 135 games, including 52 multi-hit games...Season-high 17-game hit streak with High Desert from July 8 to the 26th...Promoted to Jackson on July 27...At the time of his promotion, Lara led the Cal League with 141 hits and 243 total bases...Named California League Player of the Week three times...Was named the League’s Player of the Month by Minor League Baseball in July (.434, 43-99, 10 2B, 9 HR, 27 RBI)

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Ranked the 15th-best Seattle prospect by Baseball America entering the season...Was a non-roster invitee to Spring Training with the Mariners this year...Signed as a non-drafted free agent out of the Dominican Republic in 2008...Started professional career in the Dominican Summer League in 2009...Led Clinton with 10 home runs in 2013 prior to moving up to High Desert

    17 Julio Morban OF .143, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 210 Birthday (Age): 2.13.1992 (23) Hometown: San Cristobal, DR Years Pro: 7 Acquired: NDFA, 2008Last Game: 1-for-4, 2 K (4/10 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 1-for-7, R, 4 K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 1-for-7, R, 4 K Last Series: -- R: 1, 4/9 at JAXLast 5: .143 (1-for-7, R, R K) Last 10: .143 (1-for-7, R, R K) H: 1, 4/10 at JAXVs. LHP: -- Vs. RHP: .143 (1-for-7, R, R K) 2B: --Current Streak: 1 game (1-for-4, 2 K) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 5th (2) Starts by Position: CF (2) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: 2 (2x); last: 4/10 at JAX2014 Highlights: Played 59 games between Jackson and Tacoma, hitting .253 with 24 runs scored and 18 RBIs...Was on the minor league disabled list from April 3 to April 17 recovering from offseason surgery on his right leg. Was in extended Spring Training from April 30 to June 10...Hit .252 with 1 home run and 11 RBIs in 30 games for the Generals

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Ranked the 25th-best Seattle prospect by Baseball America entering the season...Only player on Jackson’s Opening Day roster to be part of Seattle’s 40-man roster...Played a career-high 86 games with Jackson in 2013, hitting .295 with 7 home runs and 44 RBIs...Was named a Mid-Season All-Star in the Southern League in 2013...Also took home a Player of the Week Award in June...Career-high 17 homers with High Desert in 2012...Also posted a 17-game hit streak with the Mavericks...Signed as a non-drafted free agent in 2008 out of the Dominican Republic

    2 Dan Paolini INF .000, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 6’0’’ Wt: 195 Birthday (Age): 10.11.1989 (25) Hometown: Bridgeport, Conn. Years Pro: 5 Acquired: 10th Rd, 2011Last Game: 0-for-4, K (4/11 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 0-for-8, 4 K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 0-for-8, 4 K Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .000 (0-for-8, 4 K) Last 10: .000 (0-for-8, 4 K) H: --Vs. LHP: .000 (0-for-2) Vs. RHP: .000 (0-for-6, 4 K) 2B: --Current Streak: Hitless last 2 games (0-for-8, 4 K) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 8th (1), 5th (1) Starts by Position: DH (1), 1B (1) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: 3, 4/9 at JAX2014 Highlights: Spent entire season in Jackson, playing in 116 games...Tied with D.J. Peterson for the team lead with 13 home runs...Also led the team and finished tied for ninth in the Southern League with 48 extra-base hits...Hit a grand slam May 10 versus Tennessee...Recorded three nine-game hit streaks...Third-ca-reer multi-homer game on August 4 at Pensacola...Hit .362 (25-69) with 16 runs, 8 doubles, 4 homers and 8 RBIs over final 19 games of season

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from Bridgeport (CT) High School in 2008 before attending Siena College in Albany, New York from 2009 to 2011...Named MAAC Player of the Year in both 2010 and 2011...Led Pulaski Mariners with 17 doubles and 5 triples in 2011, his first professional season...Hit a career-high 18 home runs in 2012 with Clinton and 2013 with High Desert

    33 D.J. Peterson INF .000, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 205 Birthday (Age): 12.31.1991 (23) Hometown: Gilbert, Ariz. Years Pro: 3 Acquired: 1st Rd., 2013Last Game: 0-for-4 (4/11 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 0-for-11, BB, 2 K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 0-for-11, BB, 2 K Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .000 (0-for-11 BB, 2 K) Last 10: .000 (0-for-11, BB, 2 K) H: --Vs. LHP: .000 (0-for-5) Vs. RHP: .000 (0-for-6, BB, 2 K) 2B: --Current Streak: Hitless last 3 games (0-for-11, 2 K) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 3rd (3) Starts by Position: 1B (2), DH (1) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: 1, 4/9 at JAX

    SO: 1 (2x); last: 4/10 at JAX)2014 Highlights: First played for Generals on June 26 after promotion from High-A High Desert...Batted .326 with 18 home runs, 23 doubles and 73 RBIs in 65 games with the Mavericks...Hit first home run in Double-A against Huntsville on July 5...Followed that up with another home run versus the Stars July 6...Tied for the team lead with 13 home runs last year despite playing in just 58 games...Was one of only five minor league players to hit a combined 30 home runs with 100 RBIs last year, joining Kris Bryant (CHC), Marquez Smith (CIN), Steven Moya (DET) and Joey Gallo (TEX)...Only the third Mariners prospect to accomplish the feat since 1992

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Ranked the 2nd-best prospect in the Mariners system by Baseball America behind Alex Jackson...Mountain West Male Athlete of the Year in 2012 and 2013 at the University of New Mexico...Originally selected by the Mariners in the 33rd round of the 2010 Draft out of Gilbert (AZ) High School...Taken with the 12th overall pick by Seattle in 2013, making him the highest draft choice in Lobos baseball history

    Generals vs. LHP/RHPvs. LHP Stat vs. RHP

    .120 Average .1973-25 Hits/At-Bats 14-71

    0 Home Runs 01 RBIs 23 Walks 44 Strikeouts 26

    .200 Slugging Pct. .268

    .214 On-Base Pct. .250

    Versus JacksonvillePlayer G AVG H-AB HR RBI BB SOSteve Baron 2 .286 2-7 0 0 0 0Patrick Brady 1 .000 0-3 0 0 0 0Gabriel Guerrero 3 .167 2-12 0 1 0 6Jabari Henry 3 .182 2-11 0 1 1 6Jordy Lara 3 .364 4-11 0 0 1 3Julio Morban 2 .143 1-7 0 0 0 4Dan Paolini 1 .000 0-4 0 0 0 3D.J. Peterson 3 .000 0-11 0 0 1 2Dario Pizzano 1 .500 1-2 0 0 1 0Jack Reinheimer 3 .273 3-11 0 0 1 1Tyler Smith 3 .200 2-10 0 1 2 4Carlton Tanabe -- -- -- -- -- -- --

    Other -- -- -- -- -- -- --Total 3 .177 17-96 0 3 7 30

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    Road to the ShowGenerals/Diamond Jaxx to make MLB debut in Seattle era (since ‘07)

    No. Player Yrs. in JXN MLB Team MLB Debut1 RHP Doug Fister 2007-09 Seattle 2009

    2 OF Jeff Frazier 2007 Detroit 2010

    3 RHP Chris Jakubauskas 2007-08 Seattle 2009

    4 RHP Kam Mickolio 2007 Baltimore 2008

    5 OF Michael Saunders 2007-08 Seattle 2009

    6 LHP Justin Thomas 2007-08 Seattle 2008

    7 INF Matt Tuiasosopo 2007 Seattle 2008

    8 INF Luis Valbuena 2007-08 Seattle 2008

    9 OF Mike Wilson 2007-10 Seattle 2011

    10 OF Greg Halman 2008-09 Seattle 2010

    11 RHP Shawn Kelley 2008, 2011 Seattle 2009

    12 INF Matt Mangini 2008-09 Seattle 2010

    13 C Adam Moore 2008-09 Seattle 2009

    14 RHP Phillippe Aumont 2009 Philadelphia 2012

    15 OF Ezequiel Carrera 2009 Cleveland 2011

    16 RHP Dan Cortes 2009-10 Seattle 2010

    17 RHP Josh Fields 2009-11 Houston 2013

    18 INF Carlos Triunfel 2009-11 Seattle 2012

    19 RHP Anthony Varvaro 2009-10 Seattle 2010

    20 INF/OF Dustin Ackley 2010 Seattle 2011

    21 C Brandon Bantz 2010-11, 2013 Seattle 2013

    22 RHP Blake Beavan 2010 Seattle 2011

    23 INF Nick Franklin 2010-12 Seattle 2013

    24 RHP Jarrett Grube 2010-11 LA Angels 2014

    25 INF Alex Liddi 2010 Seattle 2011

    26 RHP Josh Lueke 2010 Seattle 2011

    27 OF Carlos Peguero 2010 Seattle 2011

    28 RHP Michael Pineda 2010 Seattle 2011

    29 LHP Mauricio Robles 2010-12 Philadelphia 2013

    30 LHP Anthony Vasquez 2010-11, 2013 Seattle 2011

    31 RHP Steve Delabar 2011 Seattle 2011

    32 INF Luis Jimenez 2011 Seattle 2012

    33 LHP Bobby LaFromboise 2011-12 Seattle 2013

    34 RHP Yoervis Medina 2011-12 Seattle 2013

    35 LHP James Paxton 2011-12 Seattle 2013

    36 RHP Stephen Pryor 2011-12, 2014 Seattle 2012

    37 RHP Erasmo Ramirez 2011, 2013 Seattle 2012

    38 INF Kyle Seager 2011 Seattle 2011

    39 C Jesus Sucre 2011-12 Seattle 2013

    40 RHP Carter Capps 2012 Seattle 2012

    41 RHP Brandon Maurer 2012 Seattle 2013

    42 INF Brad Miller 2012-13 Seattle 2013

    43 INF/OF Stefen Romero 2012 Seattle 2014

    44 RHP Taijuan Walker 2012-14 Seattle 2013

    45 C Mike Zunino 2012 Seattle 2013

    46 OF Abraham Almonte 2013 Seattle 2013

    47 LHP Roenis Elias 2013 Seattle 2014

    48 OF James Jones 2013 Seattle 2014

    49 RHP Dominic Leone 2013 Seattle 2014

    50 RHP Carson Smith 2013 Seattle 2014

    51 INF Chris Taylor 2013 Seattle 2014

    52 LHP Tyler Olson 2014 Seattle 2015

    By the Numbers in the Mariners Era (Since 2007)52 Number of former Diamond/Jaxx Generals to debut in Seattle era62 Mariners players who also played for West Tenn/Jackson55 Players who debuted for Mariners that played for West Tenn/Jackson 45 Former Diamond Jaxx/Generals to debut for Mariners since 13 Number of Generals to make MLB debut in 2013 (franchise record)

    Generals Position Players

    9 Dario Pizzano OF .500, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 5’11’’ Wt: 200 Birthday (Age): 4.25.1991 (23) Hometown: Boston, Mass. Years Pro: 4 Acquired: 15th Rd., 2012Last Game: 1-for-2, BB (4/10 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 1-for-2, BB Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 1-for-2, BB Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .500 (1-for-2, BB) Last 10: .500 (1-for-2, BB) H: 1, 4/10 at JAXVs. LHP: -- Vs. RHP: .500 (1-for-2, BB) 2B: --Current Streak: 1 game (1-for-2, BB) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 8th (1) Starts by Position: DH (1) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: 1, 4/10 at JAX

    SO: --2014 Highlights: Split season between High Desert (35 games) and Jackson (81 games)...Third on the Generals with 55 RBIs, including 14 games with two or more runs batted in...Hit a grand slam and drove in five runs on June 2 versus Huntsville...Hit .253 after the All-Star break after posting a .171 average in the First Half

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from Malden Catholic (MA) High School in May 2009...Played three years at Columbia University in New York City from 2010 to 2012...All-Ivy League First Team all three seasons with the Lions...Won the Appalachian League batting title with a .353 average in his first pro season with Pulaski in 2012...Also led the league with a .442 on-base percentage...Finished second in the Midwest League with 40 doubles for Clinton in 2013, which led all Seattle minor league players...His 40 doubles were the third-most in Clinton franchise history...Reached safely in 127 of 143 games, including a stretch of 35 consecutive contests from July 18 to August 26...Had three hitting streaks of 10 or more games...Has a career on-base percentage of .387...Drafted by the Mariners in the 15th round out of Columbia in 2012

    29 Jack Reinheimer INF .273, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 175 Birthday (Age): 7.19.1992 (22) Hometown: Charlotte, N.C. Years Pro: 3 Acquired: 5th Rd., 2013Last Game: 1-for-3, BB, R (4/11 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 3-for-11, 2B, R, K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 3-for-11, 2B, R, K Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .273 (3-for-11, 2B, R, K) Last 10: .273 (3-for-11, 2B, R, K) H: 2, 4/9 at JAXVs. LHP: .250 (1-for-4, BB, R) Vs. RHP: .286 (2-for-7, 2B, K) 2B: 1, 4/9 at JAXCurrent Streak: Hitless last game (0-for-4) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: 1; last: 4/9 at JAX Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 2nd (2) Starts by Position: SS (2) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: 1, 4/9 at JAX2014 Highlights: Spent majority of season in Clinton before playing final 20 games with High Desert...Reached base safely in 92 of 110 games with Clinton...Finished second on the team and eighth in the Midwest League with 34 stolen bases...Had four four-hit games between Clinton and High Desert...Hit .341 with the Mavericks in 20 games (29-85)...Stole 39 bases in 50 attempts

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Ranked the 17th-best prospect in the Mariners’ system by Baseball America...Graduated from Audrey Kell (NC) High School in 2010 after leading the team to a 4A state title as a junior in 2009...Originally selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 31st Round in 2010, but opted to go to East Carolina University...Began pro career in 2013 with Everett, finishing third in the Northwest League in runs scored with 39...Had a 14-game hit streak and a pair of four-hit games with the AquaSox...Drafted by the Mariners in the fifth round of the 2013 June Draft

    7 Tyler Smith INF .200, 0 HR, 1 RBIHt: 6’0’’ Wt: 195 Birthday (Age): 7.1.1991 (23) Hometown: Long Beach, Calif. Years Pro: 3 Acquired: 8th Rd., 2013Last Game: 1-for-3, RBI, 2B, BB (4/11 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 2-for-10, RBI, 2B, BB, K Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 2-for-10, RBI, 2B, BB, K Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .200 (2-for-10, RBI, 2B, BB, K) Last 10: .200 (2-for-10, RBI, 2B, BB, K) H: 1 (2x); last: 4/11 at JAXVs. LHP: .250 (1-for-4, RBI, 2B, BB, 2 K) Vs. RHP: .167 (1-for-6, BB, 2 K) 2B: 1, 4/11 at JAXCurrent Streak: 2 games (2-for-7, RBI, 2B, BB, 3 K) Longest Streak: 2 games (4/11 to Present) 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 1st (2), 2nd (1) Starts by Position: 2B (3) RBI: 1, 4/11 at JAXPinch Hitting: -- BB: 1 (2x); last: 4/11 at JAX

    SO: 2, 4/10 at JAX2014 Highlights: Played in 108 games with High Desert before appearing in 20 contests for Jackson...Had four hitting streaks of at least five games, including a season-high 12-game stretch in May...Posted 39 multi-hit games with the Mavericks...Hit .286 with nine home runs, 19 doubles and 44 RBIs with High Desert...Hit .316 (91-288) over last 74 games with the Mavs, raising his average from .222 to .286...Reached base safely in 18 of 20 games after late-season promotion to Jackson

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Ranked the 17th-best prospect in the Mariners’ system by Baseball America...Graduated from Audrey Kell (NC) High School in 2010 after leading the team to a 4A state title as a junior in 2009...Originally selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 31st Round in 2010, but opted to go to East Carolina University...Began pro career in 2013 with Everett, finishing third in the Northwest League in runs scored with 39...Had a 14-game hit streak and a pair of four-hit games with the AquaSox...Drafted by the Mariners in the fifth round of the 2013 June Draft

    55 Carlton Tanabe C .000, 0 HR, 0 RBIHt: 5’11’’ Wt: 185 Birthday (Age): 10.18.1991 (23) Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii Years Pro: 7 Acquired: 24th Rd., 2009Last Game: 0-for-3 (4/11 at JAX) Vs. Jacksonville: 0-for-3 Single-Game Season-HighsThis Series: 0-for-3 Last Series: -- R: --Last 5: .000 (0-for-3) Last 10: .000 (0-for-3) H: --Vs. LHP: .000 (0-for-2) Vs. RHP: .000 (0-for-2) 2B: --Current Streak: Hitless last game (0-for-3) Longest Streak: -- 3B: --Multi-Hit Games: -- Last HR: -- HR: --Starts by Batting Order: 9th (1) Starts by Position: C (1) RBI: --Pinch Hitting: -- BB: --

    SO: --2014 Highlights: Began 2014 in Pulaski, hitting in 17 of his first 20 games..Had multiple hits in 12 of those contests...Career-high four runs batted in on July 7 at Kingsport...Drove in 9 of 21 runs during a four-game stretch in July...Hit .326 with 21 RBIs and 13 doubles in 36 games with Pulaski...Appeared in nine games with Jackson at the end of the season, going 6-for-27

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from Pearl City (HI) High School in 2009...Played in one game for West Tenn Diamond Jaxx in 2010...Threw out 51 percent (26 of 51) of runners attempting to steal in 2011 with Clinton...Made Northwest League All-Star team with Everett in 2012, throwing out 48.9 percent of would-be base stealers...Drafted by the Mariners in the 24th Round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft

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    Generals Bullpen Starter BreakdownPitcher GS Rec. Team Rec. QS RS RSAScott DeCecco 1 0-1 0-1 0 0 0.0

    Stephen Landazuri 1 0-0 1-0 1 2 2.0

    Tyler Pike 1 0-1 0-1 0 1 1.0

    Misael Siverio

    Dylan Unsworth

    Other

    Total 3 0-2 1-2 1 3 3.0

    Bullpen BreakdownPitcher G Rec. SV/Opp. Holds IR IRS Pct.Matt Anderson 1 0-0 1/1 0 1 0 .00

    James Gillheeney 1 1-0 -- 0 0 0 .00

    Moises Hernandez 1 0-0 -- 0 1 0 .00

    Kyle Hunter 1 0-0 -- 0 2 1 .50

    Trevor Miller 1 0-0 -- 0 0 0 .00

    Jordan Shipers 1 0-0 -- 0 0 0 .00

    Grady Wood

    Tony Zych 1 0-0 -- 0 0 0 .00

    Other

    Total 1-0 1/1 0 4 1 .25

    40 Matt Anderson RHP 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV, 0.2 IP, 0 K, 0 BBHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 210 Birthday (Age): 11.18.1991 (24) Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colo. Years Pro: 4 Acquired: NDFA, 2012Last Win: -- Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: -- Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: 0.2, 4/9 at JAXLast Save: 4/9 at JAX (W, 2-0) 4/9 at JAX S 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 H: --Vs. LHH: .000 (0-for-1) R: --Vs. RHH: .000 (0-for-1) ER: --Inherited Runners/Scored: 1/0 (0%) HR: --Save Situations: 1/1 BB: --Pitches: Fastball, Curveball, Changeup SO: --

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Split season between High Desert and Jackson, going 6-8 with a 4.91 ERA in 117.1 innings of work...20 of 27 appearances were as a starter...Went 2-0 with a season-high 16.0 scoreless innings over three starts from April 25 to May 6...Set season highs with eight innings pitched and nine strikeouts on July 3 against Mobile...Was on the disabled list with a muscle strain in his back in late July and early August...Made seven appearances as a reliever after returning...Played for the Surprise Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from Claremont (CA) High School in 2008...Went to Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga, California, earning first-team All-League honors as a freshman in 2010...Selected by the Florida Marlins in the 41st round of the 2011 draft, but opted to play the 2012 season at Long Beach State...Began pro career with AZL Mariners in 2012, limiting opposing hitters to a .074 average (2-27) in 8.2 scoreless innings...Posted a 3.86 ERA in a career-high 16 starts with Clinton in 2013...Recorded eight quality starts with Clinton...Was promoted to High Desert for the final two months of 2013

    Catcher BreakdownCatcher CS SB Att. Pct. PB IC ER ERASteve Baron 1 1 2 .500 0 17.0 6 3.18

    Carlton Tanabe 0 0 0 -- 1 8.0 2 2.25

    Other

    Total 1 1 2 .500 0 25.0 8 2.88

    Last OutingPitcher Date/Opp. IP H R ER BB SOMatt Anderson 4/9 at JAX 0.2 0 0 0 0 0

    James Gillheeney 4/9 at JAX 2.1 2 0 0 2 3

    Moises Hernandez 4/10 at JAX 1.1 1 0 0 0 0

    Kyle Hunter 4/11 at JAX 1.1 2 0 0 1 1

    Trevor Miller 4/11 at JAX 2.0 3 1 1 0 2

    Jordan Shipers 4/10 at JAX 2.0 1 1 1 1 2

    Grady Wood

    Tony Zych 4/10 at JAX 1.0 0 0 0 0 2

    43 James Gillheeney LHP 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV, 2.1 IP, 3 K, 2 BBHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 196 Birthday (Age): 11.8.1987 (27) Hometown: Johnston, R.I. Years Pro: 7 Acquired: 8th Rd, 2009Last Win: 4/9 at JAX (W, 2-0) Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: -- Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: 2.1, 4/9 at JAXLast Save: -- 4/9 at JAX W 2.1 2 0 0 2 3 0 H: 2, 4/9 at JAX (2.1 IP)Vs. LHH: .500 (2-for-4, 2 BB) R: --Vs. RHH: .000 (0-for-5, 3 K, 0 BB) ER: --Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 HR: --Save Situations: -- BB: 2, 4/9 at JAX (2.1 IP)Pitches: Fastball, Curveball, Changeup, Cutter SO: 3, 4/9 at JAX (2.1 IP)

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Spent majority of season with Tacoma, going 3-11 with a 5.62 ERA in 24 appearances (23 starts)...Struck out 110 while walking 44 in 105.2 innings with the Rainiers...Season-high seven innings on June 29 at El Paso, giving up just two runs on five hits....Also made three starts for Jackson, going 1-0 with a 1.29 ERA in 14 innings

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Sixth-straight year that he has played in Jackson...Made four starts for West Tenn Diamond Jaxx in 2010, going 1-2 with a 6.87 ERA...Graduated from Bishop Hendricken (RI) High School in 2006...Attended North Carolina State University from 2007 to 2009...Finished third among Mariners prospects with 145 strikeouts and seventh with a 3.55 ERA in 2010 with Clinton...Ranked second in the Midwest League with a 2.89 ERA and fourth in opponents batting average among starters (.229)...Named Southern League Pitcher of the Week late in 2011 after tossing seven no-hit innings September 3 at Jacksonville...Struck out 148 batters between High Desert and Jackson in 2012, leading all Seattle prospects...Had nine wins between Jackson and Tacoma in 2013...Went 2-0 with a 1.21 ERA in four April starts with Generals

    45 Moises Hernandez RHP 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV, 1.1 IP, 0 K, 0 BBHt: 6’3’’ Wt: 195 Birthday (Age): 3.18.1984 (31) Hometown: San Diego, Carabobo, VE Years Pro: 13 Acquired: FA, 2011Last Win: -- Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: -- Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: 1.1, 4/10 at JAXLast Save: -- 4/10 at JAX -- 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 H: 1, 4/10 at JAX (1.1 IP)Vs. LHH: .000 (0-for-2) R: --Vs. RHH: .500 (1-for-2) ER: --Inherited Runners/Scored: 1/0 HR: --Save Situations: -- BB: --Pitches: Fastball (Two, Four-Seam), Slider, Changeup SO: --

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Appeared in 31 games, making two starts for Jackson last year...Made four trips to the disabled list...Struck out a season-high four batters in two innings on August 8 against Pensacola...Recorded lone victory of the season in Jackson’s final game on September 1 at Montgomery

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Older brother of Mariners starting pitcher Felix Hernandez...Originally signed by the Baltimore Orioles as a non-drafted free agent in 2001...Acquired by Atlanta Braves in 2006 as compensation for Orioles signing pitching coach Leo Mazzone...Recorded 12 saves in 2006, including 10 for Myrtle Beach...Reached Triple-A Gwinnett in 2007, a year that he led all Braves farmhands with 145.2 innings pitched and tied for the organizational lead with 12 victories...Was a member of the Carolina League All-Star team, going 10-3 with a 3.66 ERA with Myrtle Beach...Missed all of 2008 recovering from surgery on his right shoulder...Signed by the Mariners as a minor league free agent in 2011 after not playing in 2010...Pitched in a career-high 40 games in Jackson in 2011

    16 Kyle Hunter LHP 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV, 1.1 IP, 1 K, 1 BBHt: 6’2’’ Wt: 207 Birthday (Age): 6.18.1987 (25) Hometown: Richmond, Va. Years Pro: 5 Acquired: 31st Rd, 2011Last Win: -- Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: -- Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: 1.1, 4/11 at JAXLast Save: -- 4/11 at JAX -- 1.1 2 0 0 1 1 0 H: 2, 4/11 at JAX (1.1 IP)Vs. LHH: .250 (1-for-4, K) R: --Vs. RHH: .500 (1-for-2, BB) ER: --Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/1 HR: --Save Situations: -- BB: 1, 4/11 at JAX (1.1 IP)Pitches: Fastball, Curveball, Changeup, Cutter SO: 1, 4/11 at JAX (1.1 IP)

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Appeared in 38 games with Jackson, starting three times...Went 5-3 with a 3.25 ERA in 74.2 innings...Over final 15 appearances from July 16 to August 31, went 3-0 with a 0.32 ERA (1 ER in 28.0 IP)

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from Galesburg (IL) High School in 2008...Drafted in the 33rd round of the 2008 Draft by Tampa Bay, but opted to play for Kansas State in lieu of signing...Also taken by the Yankees in the 43rd Round of the 2010 draft, but returned to school for senior season...Led all Midwest League relievers with 84.2 innings and a ratio of 1.17 walks per nine innings in 2012 with Clinton...Went 3-0 with a 1.71 ERA in August for the LumberKings...Finished the year with a 2.98 earned run average...Was promoted to Jackson after eight relief appearances in High Desert in 2013...Held opponents scoreless in 28 of 34 appearances with the Generals...Opponents hit just .222 against him that year, including a .189 mark for left-handed hitters...As a reliever, went 1-0 with a 2.65 ERA in 30 appearances for Jackson...Played for Peoria Javelinas of Arizona Fall League

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    Generals Bullpen Starters vs. RelieversStarters Stat Relievers

    0-2 W-L 1-014.1 Innings Pitched 10.213 Hits Allowed 98 Runs Allowed 26 ER Allowed 2

    3.77 Earned Run Average 1.694 Walks 4

    13 Strikeouts 100 Home Runs 0

    1.186 WHIP 1.218

    Home vs. RoadHome Stat Road

    W-L 1-2Innings Pitched 25.0

    Hits Allowed 22Runs Allowed 10ER Allowed 8

    Earned Run Average 2.88Walks 8

    Strikeouts 20Home Runs 2

    WHIP 1.200

    ShutoutsNo Date/Opp Score Pitcher(s)1 4/9 at JAX W, 2-0 Landazuri (6.0IP), Gillheeney (2.1IP), Anderson (0.2IP)

    Low-Hit GamesDate/Opp Type Score Pitcher(s)

    4/9 at JAX 3-Hitter W, 2-0 Landazuri (6.0IP), Gillheeney (2.1IP), Anderson (0.2IP)

    18 Trevor Miller RHP 0-0, 4.50 ERA, 0 SV, 2.0 IP, 2 K, 0 BBHt: 6’3’’ Wt: 190 Birthday (Age): 6.13.1991 (23) Hometown: San Jose, Calif. Years Pro: 5 Acquired: 40th Rd, 2011Last Win: -- Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: -- Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: 2.0, 4/11 at JAXLast Save: -- 4/11 at JAX -- 2.0 3 1 1 0 2 1 H: 3, 4/11 at JAX (2.0 IP)Vs. LHH: .667 (2-for-3, 2B, K) R: 1, 4/11 at JAX (2.0 IP)Vs. RHH: .200 (1-for-5, HR, K) ER: 1, 4/11 at JAX (2.0 IP)Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 HR: 1, 4/11 at JAX (2.0 IP)Save Situations: -- BB: --Pitches: Cutter, Sinker, Changeup, Curveball SO: 2, 4/11 at JAX (2.0 IP

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Spent majority of season in Jackson, but made two appearances at the end of the season with Tacoma...Went 5-8 with a 3.81 ERA and 87 strikeouts in 111 innings for Jackson...Won in three consecutive outings from May 7 to the 18th with the Generals...Began season in starting rotation, going 3-7 with a 5.45 ERA before moving to the bullpen...As a reliever, went 2-1 with four saves and a 1.40 ERA (7 ER in 45 IP)...Did not allow a run over final 23.1 innings with Jackson from July 24 to August 24

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from Bret Harte (CA) High School in 2009...Went to San Joaquin Delta College, graduating in 2011...Began pro career in 2011 with Peoria Mariners, going 2-0 with a 1.00 ERA in final five games before earning promotion to High Desert...Recorded 11 quality starts with Clinton in 2012, going 7-7 with a 3.36 earned run average...Tossed a nine-inning complete game against Dayton on July 18...Struck out nine in a game against Rancho Cucamonga for High Desert after a late-season promotion...First pitched for Jackson in July of 2013, going 3-0 with a 2.76 ERA in five August starts...Drafted in the 40th round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft

    41 Jordan Shipers LHP 0-0, 4.50 ERA, 0 SV, 2.0 IP, 2 K, 1 BBHt: 5’10’’ Wt: 196 Birthday (Age): 6.27.1991 (27) Hometown: Chillicothe, Mo. Years Pro: 5 Acquired: 16th Rd, 2010Last Win: -- Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: -- Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: 2.0, 4/10 at JAXLast Save: -- 4/10 at JAX -- 2.0 1 1 1 1 2 0 H: 1, 4/10 at JAX (2.0 IP)Vs. LHH: .000 (0-for-3, 2 K) R: 1, 4/10 at JAX (2.0 IP)Vs. RHH: .333 (1-for-3, 2B, BB) ER: 1, 4/10 at JAX (2.0 IP)Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 HR: --Save Situations: -- BB: 1, 4/10 at JAX (2.0 IP)Pitches: Fastball, Slurve, Changeup SO: 2, 4/10 at JAX (2.0 IP)

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Split season between Jackson and High Desert, appearing in a combined 27 games (1 start)...Went 2-1 with a 2.84 ERA in 15 appearances for High Desert, striking out 35 and walking 10 in 31.2 innings before earning a promotion to Jackson...Was 0-3 with a 6.55 earned run average in 12 appearances (1 start) for the Generals last year...Two stints on the disabled list

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from South Harrison (MO) High School in June of 2010...Made 23 starts with Clinton in 2012, posting a 3.89 ERA...Went 2-0 with a 1.38 ERA over his first eight starts for the LumberKings...Tossed a complete game shutout versus Burlington on May 5...Threw a no-hitter on July 11 versus West Michigan, the first Clinton no-hitter since 2003 and the first nine-inning no-hitter since 2000...Limited to 11 starts with High Desert in 2013 due to injury...Taken in the 16th round of the 2010 Draft out of South Harrison High School

    11 Grady Wood RHP 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV, 0 IP, 0 K, 0 BBHt: 6’1’’ Wt: 195 Birthday (Age): 5.18.1990 (24) Hometown: Portland, Ore. Years Pro: 4 Acquired: 10th Rd, 2012Last Win: Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: --Last Save: H: --Vs. LHH: R: --Vs. RHH: ER: --Inherited Runners/Scored: HR: --Save Situations: BB: --Pitches: Fastball, Slider, Changeup SO: --

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Made a career-high 40 appearances with High Desert, going 6-4 with a 3.29 ERA and six saves...Opponents hit just .254 against him...Wood recorded 82 strikeouts while issuing only 22 walks in 82 innings...Pitched more than one inning 33 times, including 10 appearances of at least three innings...Struck out a season-high eight batters over three innings on April 18 at Lancaster...Went 4-0 with a 2.28 ERA in the month of August

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from Junction City (OR) High School in 2008...Started college career at Chemeketa Community college (2009-10) before transferring to Division-II Western Oregon University in 2011...Was named Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) Pitcher of the Year in 2011...Led Clinton with seven saves in 2013, limiting opponents to a .199 average including a .175 mark against right-handed hitters...Earned a promotion to High Desert on June 25, 2013...Taken in the 10th Round of the 2012 Draft out of Western Oregon University

    22 Tony Zych RHP 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 SV, 1.0 IP, 2 K, 0 BBHt: 6’3’’ Wt: 190 Birthday (Age): 8.7.1990 (24) Hometown: Monee, Ill. Years Pro: 5 Acquired: CHC Trade, ‘15Last Win: -- Last Five Appearances Single-Game Season-HighsLast Loss: -- Date Opp. Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR IP: 1.0 IP, 4/10 at JAXLast Save: -- 4/10 at JAX -- 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 H: --Vs. LHH: .000 (0-for-1) R: --Vs. RHH: .000 (0-for-2, 2 K) ER: --Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 HR: --Save Situations: -- BB: --Pitches: Fastball, Slider, Changeup SO: 2, 4/10 at JAX (1.0 IP)

    WP: --2014 Highlights: Spent all of 2014 with Tennessee Smokies as a Cubs farmhand, going 4-5 with a 5.09 ERA...Struck out 35 and walked 18 in 58.1 innings of work over 45 appearances...Posted a 1.26 ERA in 10 June appearances, giving up just two earned runs in 14.1 innings of work while striking out 10 and not issuing a walk...

    Career Highlights/Milestones: Graduated from St. Rita (IL) High School in Chicago in 2008...Drafted by the Cubs in the 48th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft, but opted to attend the University of Louisville...Was named a Freshman All-American by Louisville Slugger after going 6-2 with a 3.25 ERA in his first year with the Cardinals...Played for the USA Collegiate All-American team in the summer of 2009...Pitched for the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 2010, where he was named the league’s top reliever and pro prospect after leading the league with 12 saves and recording 29 strikeouts in 20.1 innings of work...Has pitched in the Southern League with Tennessee each of the past three seasons...Posted a 3.05 ERA in 47 outings for the Smokies in 2013 while holding opponents to a .237 average...Drafted by the Cubs in the 4th round of the 2011 Draft...Acquired by Mariners in an April trade prior to start of 2015

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    Generals Roster Moves

    April Roster MovesApril 7 Opening Day Roster Announced (25+7) Pitchers (13): Matt Anderson, Scott DeCecco, James Gillheeney, Moises Hernandez, Kyle

    Hunter, Stephen Landazuri, Trevor Miller, Tyler Pike, Jordan Shipers, Misael Siverio, Dylan Unsworth, Grady Wood, Tony Zych Catchers (2): Steve Baron, Carlton Tanabe Infielders (6): Patrick Brady, Jordy Lara, Dan Paolini, D.J. Peterson, Jack Reinheimer,

    Tyler Smith Outfielders (4): Gabriel Guerrero, Jabari Henry, Julio Morban, Dario Pizzano DL: C Mike Dowd, RHP Oliver Garcia, RHP Cam Hobson, RHP Andrew Kittredge, OF Leon

    Landry, RHP Ramon Morla, RHP Richard Vargas

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    2015 Generals First Half Day-By-DayNo. Date Opp. Start (CT) W/L Score Win Loss Save Time W-L Pos. GA/GB Att.1 April 9 at Jacksonville 6:05 pm W 2-0 James Gillheeney (1-0) Brian Ellington (0-1) Matt Anderson (1) 2:30 1-0 T-1st -- 6,6942 April 10 at Jacksonville 6:05 pm L 7-0 Jake Esch (1-0) Scott DeCecco (0-1) -- 2:19 (1:01) 1-1 T-1st -- 4.5353 April 11 at Jacksonville 6:05 pm L 3-1 Chipper Smith (1-0) Tyler Pike (0-1) -- 2:27 1-2 T-2nd 1.0 3,5664 April 12 at Jacksonville 2:05 pm5 April 13 at Jacksonville 11:05 am

    April 14 OFF DAY6 April 15 vs. Mississippi 7:05 pm7 April 16 vs. Mississippi 7:05 pm8 April 17 vs. Mississippi 7:05 pm9 April 18 vs. Mississippi 6:05 pm10 April 19 vs. Mississippi 2:05 pm11 April 20 vs. Tennessee 7:05 pm12 April 21 vs. Tennessee 7:05 pm13 April 22 vs. Tennessee 7:05 pm14 April 23 vs. Tennessee 7:05 pm15 April 24 vs. Tennessee 7:05 pm16 April 25 at Montgomery 6:35 pm17 April 26 at Montgomery 2:05 pm18 April 27 at Montgomery 7:05 pm19 April 28 at Montgomery 7:05 pm20 April 29 at Montgomery 7:05 pm21 April 30 vs. Pensacola 7:05 pm

    APRIL TOTALS 22 May 1 vs. Pensacola 7:05 pm23 May 2 vs. Pensacola 6:05 pm24 May 3 vs. Pensacola 6:05 pm25 May 4 vs. Pensacola 11:05 am

    May 5 OFF DAY26 May 6 at Chattanooga 6:15 pm27 May 7 at Chattanooga 6:15 pm28 May 8 at Chattanooga 6:15 pm29 May 9 at Chattanooga 6:15 pm30 May 10 at Chattanooga 1:15 pm31 May 11 vs. Biloxi 7:05 pm32 May 12 vs. Biloxi 7:05 pm33 May 13 vs. Biloxi 11:05 am34 May 14 vs. Biloxi 7:05 pm35 May 15 vs. Biloxi 7:05 pm36 May 16 at Tennessee 6:05 pm37 May 17 at Tennessee 1:05 pm38 May 18 at Tennessee 6:05 pm39 May 19 at Tennessee 6:05 pm40 May 20 at Tennessee 10:30 am41 May 21 at Pensacola 6:30 pm42 May 22 at Pensacola 6:30 pm43 May 23 at Pensacola 6:30 pm44 May 24 at Pensacola 4:00 pm45 May 25 at Pensacola 6:30 pm46 May 26 vs. Montgomery 7:05 pm47 May 27 vs. Montgomery 7:05 pm48 May 28 vs. Montgomery 7:05 pm49 May 29 vs. Montgomery 7:05 pm50 May 30 vs. Montgomery 6:05 pm

    May 31 OFF DAYMAY TOTALS

    51 June 1 at Mississippi 7:00 pm52 June 2 at Mississippi 7:00 pm53 June 3 at Mississippi 7:00 pm54 June 4 at Mississippi 7:00 pm55 June 5 at Mississippi 7:00 pm56 June 6 vs. Chattanooga 6:05 pm57 June 7 vs. Chattanooga 6:05 pm58 June 8 vs. Chattanooga 7:05 pm59 June 9 vs. Chattanooga 7:05 pm60 June 10 vs. Chattanooga 7:05 pm61 June 11 at Mobile 7:05 pm62 June 12 at Mobile 7:05 pm63 June 13 at Mobile 7:05 pm64 June 14 at Mobile 5:05 pm65 June 15 at Mobile 12:05 pm

    June 16 OFF DAY66 June 17 Birmingham 7:05 pm67 June 18 Birmingham 7:05 pm68 June 19 Birmingham 7:05 pm69 June 20 Birmingham 6:05 pm70 June 21 Birmingham 2:05 pm

    FIRST HALF TOTALS

    2015 Day-By-Day First Half Standings InformationDays in First Place...............................................................................2 Last Day in First Place................


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