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2013 LOS ANGELES DODGERS GUIDE

Los Angeles Dodgers


Dodger Stadium 1000 Elysian Park Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012 www.dodgers.com
GENERAL CLUB INFORMATION Home: Dodger Stadium (56,000) Date Opened: April 10, 1962 Franchise Founded: Brooklyn, 1890 CONTACT INFORMATION Fan Services: (323) 224-1507 Media Relations: (323) 224-1301 FAX: (323) 224-1459 Tickets: (323) DODGERS, www.dodgers.com Administration: (323) 224-1500 Stadium Tours: (323) 224-1507 Merchandise: (323) 224-1334 Major League Baseball PR: (212) 931-7878 MINOR LEAGUE AFFILIATES Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes (Pacific Coast) Double-A Chattanooga Lookouts (Southern) Single-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (California) Single-A Great Lakes Loons (Midwest) Rookie-level Ogden Raptors (Pioneer) Rookie-level AZL Dodgers (Arizona) Rookie-level DSL Dodgers (Dominican Summer) MEDIA PARTNERS Television: KCAL 9, PRIME TICKET Radio: AM 570 Fox Sports Los Angeles (English) Univision/KTNQ 1020 AM (Spanish)

notes of interest
100-Win Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 20-Run Games, Dodger History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235 20-20 Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Ballpark Seniority List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 California Dreamin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Captains, Dodger History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265 Clinching Dates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 347 Coaches, Pitching and Hitting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Dodger/Angel Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 222 Dodger Dog Origin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101 Dodger Managers Who Also Played. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Dodgers Born Outside the U.S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 490 Dodgertown Visits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 402 Double Trouble. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345 Ejections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Expansion Drafts, Dodgers Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 First At-Bat Homers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Garvey Write-In. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 328 General Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Good Day for the Longball. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Home Fields. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Homers hit out of Dodger Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Hudson Last to Cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262 Koufax Perfecto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 L.A.Natives to Player for Dodgers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 232

Lasordas Spokane Indians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 428 Loge Level Homers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 502 Milestones Within Reach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Minor League Home Run Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 415 National League Victories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214 Nicknames, Dodger History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244 Oldest and Youngest Dodgers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 509 Position Players Who Pitched. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Roberto Clemente Award Nominees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Rookie Qualification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Rule 5 Rarity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Six-Homers in a Three-Game Span. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Television Firsts.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 498 Terrific Trios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252 Tallest and Shortest Dodgers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259 TommyDavis, Batting Champion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 429 Tommy Davis, 153 RBI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 322 Triple Plays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Winningest Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 1981 World Series MVP Honors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Voices of Summer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 508 Waiver Rules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273 Walter O Malley.com. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383 Youngest Starting Pitchers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 506

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EXECUTIVES
Staff Directory ...............................................................................4-6 History of Ownership ........................................................................7 Executive Biographies ................................................................. 7-26

COMMUNITY
Roberto Clemente Award............................................................... 28 Dodgers Pitching in the Community..........................................29-31 Player Programs...............................................................................32 Holiday Giving...................................................................................33 Dodgers in the African American Community.............................. 34 Dodgers in the Latino Community............................................35-36 Alumni..............................................................................................37

Sporting News Awards................................................................. 348 Major League Baseball Awards.................................................... 349 All-Time Dodger Roster........................................................ 350-354 Numerical Listing, All-TIme Dodgers....................................355-359 Uniform History..................................................................... 360-365 Trades, All-Time.......................................................................366-371 This Date in Dodger History.................................................. 372-378 Dodger Hall of Famers...................................................................379 Retired Numbers................................................................... 380-383 Hall of Fame.................................................................................. 384 Last Time It Happened................................................................. 385

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DODGER STADIUM
History.................................................................................... 388-391 Firsts.............................................................................................. 392 Sellouts/Attendance..............................................................393-395 Rainouts........................................................................................ 395 Ground Rules................................................................................. 395

COACHING STAFF
Major League Coaching Staff ...................................................40-52 Medical and Training Staff .......................................................53-54 Clubhouse Staff ............................................................................. 55 Medical Glossary........................................................................ 56-57

SPRING TRAINING
Camelback Ranch - Glendale................................................398-400 2013 Schedule................................................................................400 Dodgertown............................................................................401-402 Results, All Time...........................................................................403 Freeway Series..............................................................................404

PLAYERS
40-Man Roster ........................................................................60-246 Non-Roster Invitees .............................................................. 247-265

SEASON REVIEW
Season In Review Notes........................................................268-270 Day-By-Day.............................................................................. 271-273 Final Stats...............................................................................274-275 High-Lows...............................................................................276-277 Transactions........................................................................... 278-279 Final Standings.............................................................................280 League Leaders..............................................................................281

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT
Player Development Directory.............................................. 406-410 Scouting Directory....................................................................411-413 First-Year Player Draft, 2012..........................................................414 Past Champions.............................................................................415 Affiliates, Minor League........................................................ 416-429 Season Review, 2012............................................................. 388-389 Record Book, Minor League..........................................................430 All-Time First-Round Draft Picks.................................................430 Minor League Pitcher/Player of the Year....................................430 Dodger Pride Awards.....................................................................431 Baseball America Awards............................................................. 432 Player Biographies................................................................. 433-484

OPPONENTS
2013 Opponents.................................................................... 284-300 Dodger Record vs. Each Franchise................................................301 Public Relations Directory............................................................ 302 Last Trade With Each Club........................................................... 303

HISTORY & RECORDS


Year-by-Year Record...................................................................... 306 Individual Single-Season Records.........................................307-308 Rookie Records...................................................................... 308-309 Club Single-Season Records..................................................309-310 Club Consecutive Records........................................................310-311 Single-Game Records.............................................................. 311-313 Career & Single-Season Fielding Records..................................... 313 Top 10 Batting & Pitching Career........................................... 314-316 Top 10 Batting & Pitching Season..........................................317-320 Win/Loss Breakdown 1958-2012........................................... 320-321 Team Totals 1958-2012...........................................................321-322 Yearly Batting & Pitching Leaders 1958-2012.......................323-326 Games Leaders by Position.......................................................... 326 Home Run Records................................................................. 327-331 Scoreless Innings Streaks.............................................................. 331 No-Hitters, One-Hitters, Two-Hitters................................... 332-333 Openers, Los Angeles................................................................... 335 Opening Day Lineups ............................................................ 336-337 Longest Service to Dodgers...........................................................337 Longest Games............................................................................. 338 Postseason Play.....................................................................338-339 Award-Winning Dodgers..............................................................340 Single-Season League Leaders.............................................340-341 Streaks, Winning & Losing........................................................... 342 LA Dodger Firsts........................................................................... 343 Starts, Best & Worst in Club History........................................... 344 Gold Glove Winners....................................................................... 345 All-Star Selections........................................................................ 346

INTERNATIONAL
International Relations..........................................................486-491 Campo Las Palmas........................................................................ 492

MEDIA INFORMATION
Public Relations Staff................................................................... 494 Media Policies........................................................................ 494-497 Broadcaster Bios................................................................... 498-509 Dodger Radio Network..................................................................510 T.V. Flagships...................................................................................511 BBWAA........................................................................................... 512 Rules of Interest..................................................................... 514-515 Promotional Schedule.................................................................... 516 Dodger Stadium Diagram.............................................................. 517

DODGER SPONSORS
Anheuser Busch..................................................... Inside Back Cover Bank of America.............................................................................. 58 Coca-Cola................................................................Inside Front Cover Coors Light.....................................................................................396 KCAL....................................................................................................2 KLAC.............................................................................................. 386 KTNQ.................................................................................................38 MLB.com........................................................................................ 304 MLB Network.................................................................................282 PRIME TICKET....................................................................Back Cover Time Warner...................................................................................266 Univision Radio-KTNQ.....................................................................38

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EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Mark Walter..........................................................................Chairman. Earvin Magic Johnson.......................................................... Partner Todd Boehly............................................................................. Partner Robert Bobby Patton, Jr....................................................... Partner Peter Guber.............................................................................. Partner Stan Kasten.......................................................... President and CEO Tommy Lasorda..............................Special Advisor to the Chairman Don Newcombe..............................Special Advisor to the Chairman Dr. Frank W. Jobe............................Special Advisor to the Chairman Sandy Koufax.................................Special Advisor to the Chairman Ned Colletti.............................................................. General Manager Bob Wolfe................................................... Executive Vice President Lon Rosen ........Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Sam Fernandez.............Senior Vice President and General Counsel Renata Simril....................... Senior Vice President, External Affairs Janet Marie Smith.... Senior Vice President, Planning and Development Michael Young......... Senior Vice President, Corporate Partnerships Tucker Kain......................................................Chief Financial Officer

CAMPO LAS PALMAS


Henry Cruz.......................................Coordinator, Campo Las Palmas Antonio Bautista.....................................................Field Coordinator Domingo Martinez............................................... Maintenance Chief Dassille Duran................................Coordinator, Baseball Operations Lourdes Stefan.......................................... Administrative Assistant Yelida Victoria....................... Administrative Assistant, Accounting

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COMMUNICATIONS
Joe Jareck.....................................................Director, Public Relations Jorge Martin...................................................... Director, Publications Yvonne Carrasco........................Assistant Director, Public Relations Jon Chapper............................................... Manager, Public Relations Mark Langill........................ Publications Editor and Team Historian Garrett Thomas................................... Coordinator, Public Relations Cameron Cohen....Press Coordinator & Assistant to Tommy Lasorda Cary Osborne........................................................ Editorial Assistant

COMMUNITYRELATIONs
Rafael Gonzalez................................ Director, Community Relations Cindi Adler.......Senior Manager, Community and Alumni Relations Laura Levinson............................... Manager, Community Programs Desiree LeSassier...................... Manager, Community Partnerships Lou Johnson..................................................... Community Relations Ron Cey...................................Marketing and Community Relations

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Cheryl Rampy.................Executive Assistant to President and CEO Vanessa Bonilla......................................... Administrative Assistant Michelle Rubin........................................... Administrative Assistant Andrew Connorton................Coordinator, Planning & Development

BASEBALL OPERATIONS
Logan White................................Vice President, Amateur Scouting De Jon Watson..........................Vice President, Player Development Bob Engle..............................Vice President, International Scouting Vance Lovelace...............................Vice President, Player Personnel Rick Ragazzo.........................Vice President, Professional Scouting Gerry Hunsicker........................................ Special Advisor to the GM Pat Corrales...........................................Special Assistant to the GM Ken Bracey.............................................Special Assistant to the GM Toney Howell................................... Special Assistant, Pro Scouting Bill Mueller....................................... Special Assistant, Pro Scouting Josh Bard....................................Special Assistant, Player Personnel Juan Castro.................................Special Assistant, Player Personnel Aaron Sele.................................Special Assistant, Player Personnel Jose Vizcaino..............................Special Assistant, Player Personnel Ralph Avila.......................Sr. Scouting Advisor, Dominican Republic Ellen Harrigan............................... Director, Baseball Administration Alex Tamin....... Director, Baseball Contracts, Research and Operations Joseph Reaves..... Director, International and Minor League Relations Scott Akasaki....................................................Director, Team Travel Billy DeLury........................................................ Advisor, Team Travel Chris Madden..........................Senior Manager, Player Development Roman Barinas.............................. Manager, International Scouting Jane Capobianco.......... Manager, Scouting & Travel Administration Matt Marks.....................Manager, Baseball Research & Operations Adriana Urzua.....................Manager, Minor League Administration Trey Magnuson................................................ Coordinator, Scouting Charlie Kim........................Major League Interpreter and Instructor Mitch Poole............................................Manager, Dodger Clubhouse Alex Torres........................... Assistant Manager, Dodger Clubhouse Jose Castillo......................................................Clubhouse Attendant Jerry Turner...........................................Manager, Visiting Clubhouse John Pratt........................................Major League Video Coordinator Jordan Peikin..................................Coordinator, Baseball Operations Kyle Esecson.................................................Assistant, Pro Scouting Alex Romero.....................................Assistant, Player Development

FINANCE, ACCOUNTING & ANALYTICS


Eric Hernandez.................................................................... Controller Paige Bobbitt............................................................Director, Finance Bryan Walsh............................................Assistant Director, Finance Sara Curran........................................... Senior Manager, Accounting Jennifer Harris...........................................................Manager, Payroll Kirk Machida......................................................... Senior Accountant Edgar Baraceros................................................... Senior Accountant Kailee Blair.............................................................. Staff Accountant Lisa McShane................................................. Purchasing Supervisor Dalet Gomez......................................Coordinator, Accounts Payable Keira Hertz............ Senior Analyst, Analytics and Digital Marketing Silvia Arevalo............................................. Administrative Assistant

HUMANRESOURCES
Leonor Romero....................................... Director, Human Resources Michelle Darringer........................................................ Risk Manager Irma Duenas.......... Coordinator, Human Resources Administration Denise Ortega...................................Coordinator, Human Resources George Barajas................. Assistant, Mailroom and Office Services Lucy Valdez..................................................................... Receptionist Dolores Buonauro........................................................... Receptionist

INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY
Ralph Esquibel................... Senior Director, Information Technology Debra Jorgensen........................Technology Infrastructure Manager Hisayo Yoshiike...............................Technology Operations Manager Stephen Wong..................... Lead Applicatinon Developer Architect Hector Ortega...................Technology Infrastructure Administrator Edgar Vega Castro..................Technology Infrastructure Technician Genta Ikawa......................................................... Desktop Technician Markell Treanor.................................................... Desktop Technician Andy Stewart................................................ Applications Developer Erika Sanchez............................................ Administrative Assistant

LEGAL
Chad Gunderson..........................................................Senior Counsel Danielle Guerrero.................................................................. Paralegal

CAMELBACK RANCH - GLENDALE


Jody Reed.................................... Coordinator of Arizona Instruction Shawn Marette.......... Manager, Dodgers Camelback Ranch Operations Matthew Lawrence.......................Coordinator, Minor League Video Troy Timney............................... Minor League Equipment Manager Austin Diamond.............Assistant, Baseball Operations - Glendale

MAJOR LEAGUE STAFF


Don Mattingly........................................................................Manager Trey Hillman.................................................................... Bench Coach Rick Honeycutt............................................................Pitching Coach Mark McGwire................................................................Hitting Coach Davey Lopes.............................................................First Base Coach Tim Wallach.............................................................Third Base Coach Chuck Crim.................................................................... Bullpen Coach

Ken Howell..................................................Assistant Pitching Coach John Valentin................................................Assistant Hitting Coach Manny Mota...............................................................................Coach Steve Yeager........................................................ Catching Instructor Rob Flippo.................................................................. Bullpen Catcher Fumi Ishibashi........................................................... Bullpen Catcher

Securty
William Woodward........................................Vice President, Security Mike Betzler............................................................. Director, Security Cindy Carrasco................................... Coordinator, Stadium Services Anthony Adams.........................................................Security Officer Eddie Alcala................................................................Security Officer Gil Garciacano.............................................................Security Officer Manny Guantez..........................................................Security Officer Gary Hedman..............................................................Security Officer Juan Prada...................................................................Security Officer Pete Reynoso.............................................................Security Officer Fernando Sierra..........................................................Security Officer Eduardo Torres...........................................................Security Officer

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MARKETING and broadcasting


Erik Braverman...........Senior Director, Marketing and Broadcasting Shelley Wagner......................Director, Advertising and Promotions Greg Taylor.......................................................Director of Production Ross Yoshida................................................Director, Graphic Design Tom Darin........................................Director, Broadcast Engineering Mike Noto..................................... English Radio Producer/Engineer Efren Meza.................................. Spanish Radio Producer/Engineer Cat Belanger................. Coordinator, Broadcast and Entertainment Kevin Cook.....................................Senior Motion Graphics Designer Erick Vazquez......................................Senior Video Producer/Editor Jonathan Dietrich.......................Coordinator, Dodgers Video Archive Ryan Benko...................... Coordinator, Advertising and Promotions Allison Mossler......Event Marketing/On-Field Gameday Coordinator Josh Tucker................................................. Coordinator, Social Media Scott Pellman.................................Junior Motion Graphics Designer Julian Gooden........................................Junior Video Producer/Editor Sadie Thomas........................................ Coordinator, Graphic Design

STADIUM OPERATIONS
Francine Hughes......................Vice President, Stadium Operations Eric George........................................................Director, Fan Services Eric Hansen..............................Assistant Director, Turf and Grounds Tom Beacom................................................. Senior Project Manager Jose Montoya.......................... Manager, Facilities and Maintenance Arnold Douglass......................................... Manager, Transportation Chaz Perea......................................................... Manager, Landscape Ray Daryabigi................................................. Manager, Fan Services Brandi Trevino..........Manager, Stadium Operations Administration April Thompson......................................Manager, Stadium Services Jordan Lorenz...................................................... Supervisor, Grounds Brett Searson............................................ Coordinator, Fan Services Monica Salazar.......................................... Administrative Assistant Kevin Waters............................................................................. Utility Julio Alveno.............................................................................. Painter Mike Aguirre.........................................................................Mechanic Doug Potter........................................................................... Plumber Brian Garcia........................................Stadium Operations Assistant Dominick Garcia.................................Stadium Operations Assistant Mike Jones.......................................................................... Electrician Danny Telford..................................................................... Electrician Manuel Corona............................................ Maintenance Attendant Florentino Gomez........................................ Maintenance Attendant Rosa Sandoval............................................. Maintenance Attendant Samuel Santos............................................ Maintenance Attendant Adelina Solano............................................ Maintenance Attendant Raleigh Taylor.............................................. Maintenance Attendant Jaime Huezo.................................................................. Grounds Crew Terry Kiser..................................................................... Grounds Crew Frank Torres.................................................................. Grounds Crew Robert Sedlack............................................................. Grounds Crew Tony Mancuso...................................................................... Assistant Ignacio Carrillo...................................................................... Gardener Freddy Cortez....................................................................... Gardener Jose Perez Sr. ....................................................................... Gardener Petronilo Serna..................................................................... Gardener

MEDICALSTAFF
Stan Conte......................................Vice President, Medical Services Sue Falsone...................................................... Head Athletic Trainer Nancy Patterson Flynn.............................Assistant Athletic Trainer Greg Harrel.................................................Assistant Athletic Trainer Stephen Downey.......................... Strength and Conditioning Coach Brandon McDaniel........................ Strength and Conditioning Coach Ichiro Tani.............................................................Massage Therapist Dr. Neal ElAttrache........................................... Head Team Physician Dr. John Plosay............................................................Team Physician Dr. Brian Shafer..........................................................Team Physician Dr. Mary Gendy...........................................................Team Physician

MERCHANDISE
Allister Annear...........................Director, Merchandising and Retail Sef Salas......................................................... Merchandise Manager Veronica Huerta.................................................Accounting Manager Marisol Lizarraga................................. Retail Operations Supervisor Roman Avila...................................................Warehouse Supervisor Pedro Avila.....................................................Merchandise Associate Kimberly Razo................................ Visual Merchandise Coordinator Valerie Sanchez....................................................... Jr. Buyer, Novelty Leticia Pedro............................................................Retail Store Lead

PARTNERSHIP SALES & SERVICES


Lorenzo Sciarrino................ Senior Director, Corporate Partnerships Jenny Oh.... Senior Director, Partnership Administration & Client Services Acey Kohrogi.............................. Senior Director, Asian Partnerships Stuart King...................... Account Director, Corporate Partnerships Paige Stefano........................ Senior Manager, Partnership Services Yayoi Sato.................................Senior Manager, Asian Partnerships Jorge Jarrn..... Manager, Radio Broadcast Sales and Hispanic Initiatives Kristen Jareck.....................................Manager, Partnership Services Martin Kim......................................... Manager, Korean Partnerships Tiffany Blevins................................Supervisor, Partnership Services Charles Tyler................................. Coordinator, Partnership Services Ryan Kantor.................................Assistant, Corporate Partnerships

TICKET OPERATIONS
Billy Hunter...................................Vice President, Ticket Operations Seth Bluman................................ Senior Director, Ticket Operations Aaron Dubner......................... Assistant Director, Ticket Operations Roxanne Adams............................. Manager, Ticket Administration Luis Banuelos......................................Supervisor, Ticket Operations John Mullen................................................................ Box Office Lead Martha Heavner...................................Assistant, Ticket Operations Terrence Murphy...................................Assistant, Ticket Operations Robin Waldron......................................Assistant, Ticket Operations Bob Kanner................................................................Box Office Staff Mike Zlomislic...........................................................Box Office Staff Cesar Orozco............................................................. Box Office Staff

PREMIUM SEATING/SERVICES
Antonio Morici....................... Director, Premium Sales and Services Craig Sindici...................................Account Director, Premium Sales Geoff Kaiser............................... Account Executive, Premium Sales Bobby Mayorga.......................... Account Executive, Premium Sales Tyson Smith............................... Account Executive, Premium Sales Sean Sehnem............................ Account Executive, Premium Sales Caroline Phillips..................................Supervisor, Premium Services Sara Aguirre...................................... Coordinator, Premium Services

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TICKET SALES
David Siegel...........................................Senior Director, Ticket Sales David Kirkpatrick...........................................Manager, Season Sales Afton Kurth..................................................... Manager, Group Sales Oscar Delgado....................Senior Account Executive, Season Sales Britni Howze........................ Senior Account Executive, Group Sales Bryan Schiefelbein................................................Account Executive Tracy Lansing.........................................................Account Executive Heather Bachman.................................................Account Executive James Burns...........................................................Account Executive Emily Nuckols........................................................Account Executive David Brewster......................................................Account Executive Sammy Park..........................................Group Sales Representative Sam Weinberger....................................Inside Sales Representative Michael Haberle.....................................Inside Sales Representative Lainey DePompa...................................Inside Sales Representative Jeffrey Kim.............................................Inside Sales Representative Andrew Vallejo......................................Inside Sales Representative Evan Peters...........................................Inside Sales Representative

STANDARD PARKING
Anthony Squeo............................................. Director, Special Events

LEVY RESTAURANTS
John Vitale................................................................... Vice President Paul Garnica........................................................... Regional Manager Brent Sloan..................................................... Director of Operations Jason Tingley...............................................................Executive Chef Jason Hoogland.................................................. Executive Sous Chef Will Quesada................................................................. Sr. Sous Chef Alex Bernazar......................................................................Sous Chef Todd Fisher.........Assistant Director of Operatations - Concessions Jose Arias...................................................... Director of Concessions Samantha Roberts........................ General Manager of Concessions Moises Mosqueda...................................... Sr. Concessions Manager Tim Donovan.............................................. Sr. Concessions Manager Rebecca Wilson......................................................Catering Manager Vanessa Ramirez....................................Manager of Premium Clubs Melissa Smith.................................... Director of Human Resources Carole Felix.......................................................................... Controller Suzette Joaquin............................................Sr. Accounting Manager Stephanie Laumar............................................... Sr. Payroll Manager Laverne Kerr......................................................Sr. Staffing Manager Larry Oya......................................................... Director of Purchasing Osborne Kerr.................................................Sr. Purchasing Manager Christian Salazar............................................... Purchasing Manager Javier Romo..................................................... Maintenance Manage Alfredo Paniagua...........................................................Maintenance Frank Garcia.......................................................................IT Manager

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GAMEDAYPERSONNEL
Don Hartack, Ed Munson................................................. Official Scorers Nancy Bea Hefley........................................................................ Organist Eric Smith.......................................................Public Address Announcer

LOS ANGELES DODGERS FOUNDATION


David Brennan................................................. Manager, Fundraising

The Dodger Family remembers...

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Ed Stevens Dave Wright

The 2013 Dodger Guide was published by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Inc., 1000 Elysian Park Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012-1199. Copyright 2013 by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Inc. All rights reserved. Permission to reprint or reproduce any of the enclosed material must be granted in writing by the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 2013 Dodger Guide was written and compiled by the Dodgers Communciations Department. It is based on information available through March 5, 2013. Written/Edited/Produced By: Jon Chapper, Joe Jareck, Garrett Thomas, Toby Zwikel, Cary Osborne, H.J. Adams, Jorge Martin, Yvonne Carrasco, Steve Brener and Mark Langill. Special Thanks: Cameron Cohen, Ellen Harrigan, Yayoi Sato, Roman Barinas, Jordan Peikin, Cindi Adler, Dave Smith (Retrosheet), David Vincent (SABR), Major League Baseball, Chris Madden, Ben Platt, Elias Sports Bureau, Trey Magnuson, Jane Capobianco, Jenny Oh, Scott Akasaki and Tiffany Blevins. Editors Emeritus:Josh Rawitch, John Olguin, Derrick Hall, Jay Lucas, Mike Williams, Steve Brener, Fred Claire, Red Patterson. Website Sources:statspass.com, mlb.com, baseball-reference.com, retrosheet.org, espn.com. Photography: Jon SooHoo Photography - Juan Ocampo and Jill Weisleder. Ben Platt, Major League Baseball Photos. Design/Layout/Printing: Ross Yoshida, Sadie Thomas and the team at Ben Franklin Press, Tempe, AZ.

Mark Walter

Chairman & Owner


Mark Walter is the Chairman and controlling owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Mr. Walter is also the Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board and Executive Committee of Guggenheim Capital, LLC. He is one of the founders of The Liberty Hampshire Company, LLC. Mr. Walter serves as a trustee or director of several organizations, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Security Benefit Corporation, and the EquiTrust Life holding company, and he is the controlling shareholder of Delaware Life Holdings, LLC. Mr. Walter grew up in Iowa and received a B.S. from Creighton University and a J.D. from Northwestern University.

Earvin Magic Johnson


Owner
Earvin Johnson is a partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management. He became part owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 1, 2012. After an NBA Hall of Fame career, Johnson became an entrepreneur, a philanthropist and a motivational speaker. Johnson is chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises (MJE), which provides high-quality products and services that focus primarily on ethnically diverse and underserved urban communities through strategic alliances, investments, consulting and endorsements. The conglomerate, the No. 1 brand in Urban America, is comprised of multiple business entities and partnerships that include Canyon Johnson, a $1 billion real estate fund; Yucaipa Johnson, a $500 million private equity fund; ASPIRE, a new African-American television network; SodexoMAGIC; Magic Airport Holdings; T.G.I.F. Fridays Restaurant; Inner City Broadcasting Corporation; Magic Johnson Bridgescape Academies, and Vibe Holdings, LLC. Johnson is the chairman of the multi-cultural media company that houses the Vibe, Uptown, and Soul Train brands. Johnson also serves as chairman and founder of the Magic Johnson Foundation, where his unwavering commitment to transform Urban America continues through HIV/AIDS Awareness & Prevention Programs, Community Empowerment Centers, and the Taylor Michaels Scholarship Program. After an All-America college basketball career at Michigan State in which he led the Spartans to the 1979 NCAA championship, Johnson enjoyed a 13-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was a member of five championship teams and won the Most Valuable Player Award and the NBA Finals MVP Award three times each. He was a 12-time All-Star and a ninetime member of the All-NBA First Team. He won a gold medal with the original Dream Team at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. In 1996-97, Johnson was selected to the NBAs 50th Anniversary All-Time Team. In 2002, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. A HISTORY OF DODGER OWNERSHIP
1890 Ferdinand Abell and Charles Byrne 1891 Abell, Byrne and George Chauncey 1897 Abell and Byrne buy out Chauncey and Charles Ebbets 1898 Abell and Ebbets buy Byrnes shares who passed away in 1897 1899 Harry Von der Horst and Ned Hanlon merge the Baltimore Orioles with the Dodgers, receiving a 49.6 percent share of the team 1905 Ebbets and Henry Medicus buy Von der Horsts shares 1907 Ebbets and Medicus buy out Abell and Hanlon 1912 Ebbets and Ed and Steve McKeever buy out Medicus 1925 Ebbets dies and leaves shares to family trust; Ed McKeever dies 11 days later, leaving his shares to another family trust 1938 Steve McKeever dies, leaving his shares to his daughter Dearie and her husband, James Mulvey 1944 Walter OMalley, Branch Rickey and John Smith buy Ed McKeevers family trust shares 1945 OMalley, Rickey and Smith buy Ebbets family trust shares. Each now owns 25 percent with the Mulveys owning the other 25 percent 1950 OMalley buys out Rickey 1958 OMalley buys out Smiths widow 1975 OMalley buys out the Mulveys, giving him sole ownership 1979 OMalley dies and leaves team to his son Peter and daughter Terry Seidler 1997 OMalley and Seidler sell team to News Corp. 2004 News Corp. sells team to Frank McCourt 2012 McCourt sells team to Guggenheim Baseball Management with chairman Mark Walter (sale completed on May 1)

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Todd Boehly
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Owner

Todd Boehly is a partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management. He became part owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 1, 2012. Boehly is also president of Guggenheim Partners, where he joined in 2001 to establish and lead the corporate credit business for the firm, which has become a globally leading credit investing operation. Prior to joining Guggenheim, Boehly focused on special situations and high-yield investments as a vice president at Whitney & Co., where he also initiated the firms bank loan investing business. Prior to his tenure at Whitney, Boehly concentrated on leveraged finance at Credit Suisse First Boston. Boehly received his BBA from the College of William & Mary and spent a year studying at the London School of Economics.

Robert (Bobby) L. Patton, Jr.


Owner
Bobby Patton is a partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management. He became part owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 1, 2012. Patton principally operates oil and gas properties in Texas and Kansas and has additional investments in many other sectors, including ranching and insurance. He serves on the Board of Security Benefit Corporation and the Advisory Council of the University of Texas College of Liberal Arts. He also serves as the tournament chairman of the Crowne Plaza Invitational PGA Tour event at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas.Patton received a B.B.A. from the University of Texas as well as a J.D. from St. Marys University and LLM from Southern Methodist University. Patton resides in Fort Worth, where he was born and raised.

Peter Guber
Owner
Peter Guber is a partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management. He became part owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 1, 2012. Guber is also chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, a multimedia entertainment vehicle in motion pictures, television, sports entertainment and new media formed in 1995. Guber has been an important and influential executive in the entertainment and communications industries for more than 30 years. Films he personally produced or executive produced or through Mandalay include Rain Man, Batman, The Color Purple, Midnight Express, Gorillas in the Mist, The Witches of Eastwick, Missing, Flashdance, Soul Surfer and The Kids Are Alright have earned more than $3 billion worldwide and garnered more than 50 Academy Award nominations. Guber is also owner and co-executive chairman of the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association. He earned his B.A. from Syracuse University, and J.D. and LLM at New York University.

Dodger owners (from L to R) Robert (Bobby) Patton, Stan Kasten, Mark Walter, Earvin Magic Johnson, Peter Guber and Todd Boehly at their introductory press conference on May 2, 2012. 8

Stan Kasten
President & CEO
Stan Kasten became president and CEO of the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 30, 2012. For more than three decades, Kasten has been a highly respected sports figure and has developed a reputation for creating winning sports franchises. In 1999, Kasten became the first sports figure to hold the title of president of three different teams in three different major sports simultaneously. He accomplished this unique feat with Major League Baseballs Atlanta Braves, the National Basketball Associations Atlanta Hawks and the National Hockey Leagues Atlanta Thrashers. Kastens professional career is highlighted by the Braves 1995 World Championship. Under his tenure, the Braves and Hawks made a combined 30 post-season appearances and claimed 15 division titles, including 12 in a row during the Braves unprecedented run from 1991-2003. He was president of the Washington Nationals from 2006-10, where he worked to re-energize a dormant baseball fan base and simultaneously establish a crown jewel franchise in Washington, D.C. Kasten has been a member of numerous MLB, NBA and NHL ownership committees during his professional career, including NBA committees on marketing, player pensions and expansion and the NBA Board of Governors, MLBs owners negotiating committee and chairman of the Player Personal Development Committee, and the NHLs Board of Governors and its executive committee. He is also a former trustee of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Throughout his impressive sports career, Kasten has relied on three pillars scouting and player development, enhancing the fan experience and community outreach to establish franchises built for long-term success on and off the field. Dodger President and Chief Executive Officer Stan In 1979, at age 27, Kasten became the Kasten poses with a family after the Dreamfield youngest general manager in NBA history dedication at Reseda on January 12, 2013. The Los with the Hawks. He held the position until Angeles Dodgers Foundation has dedicated 26 1990. Kasten became the Hawks president in Dreamfields in Southern California. 1986. During his lengthy tenure in the Hawks front office, Kasten became the first - and only NBA executive to win back-to-back Executive of the Year awards in 1986-87. With the help of future NBA Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins, Kasten was able to build Atlanta into a perennial playoff contender, posting four consecutive 50-win seasons from 1986-89, and set franchise attendance records. In the 1990s, Kasten guided Atlanta to a stretch of seven consecutive playoff appearances, including three 50-win seasons. Kasten also became president of the Braves in 1986. From 1987-2003, the Braves won more games than any other team in MLB. As president of the Braves, Kasten helped assemble talented teams that consistently competed for a world championship. Led by manager Bobby Cox, the Braves teams of that era were built around a deep pitching staff that featured Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Steve Avery and John Smoltz. The cornerstone of the Braves lineup was All-Star third baseman Chipper Jones. From 1991-2005, the Braves won 14 consecutive division titles, five National League pennants and the 1995 World Series. In 1999, when the NHL awarded Atlanta an expansion team, Kasten added the title of president of the Thrashers, as well as chairman of the newly constructed Philips Arena. He was also involved in the design and construction of Turner Field. Kasten held all three positions until 2003, when he stepped down. A native of Lakewood, N.J., Kasten is a graduate of New York University and Columbia University Law School. Kasten and his wife, Helen, have four children: Alana, Corey, Sherry and Jay.

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Tommy Lasorda
executives

Special Advisor to the Chairman


Regarded by many as baseballs most popular ambassador, Tommy Lasorda begins his 63rd season in the Dodger organization and seventh as Special Advisor to the Chairman. He was named Vice President in 1996 after retiring as manager, a position he held for the previous 20 seasons. Lasorda assumed all player personnel responsibilities when he was named the Dodgers interim General Manager on June 22, 1998. He relinquished his General Manager duties when he was promoted to Senior Vice President on Sept. 11, 1998. In his current position, Lasorda reports directly to the Office of the Chairman, serving as an advisor on all areas of the Dodger organization for Owner & Chairman Mark Walter. Lasordas current responsibilities include scouting, evaluating and teaching minor league players, acting as an advisor and ambassador for the Dodgers international affiliations, and representing the franchise at more than 150 speaking engagements and appearances to various charities, private groups and military personnel each year. He has spoken to troops at more than 40 military bases around the world, including a five-country goodwill tour in 2009. Lasorda compiled a 1,599-1,439 record and won two World Championships, four National League pennants and eight division titles in an extraordinary 20-year career as the Dodgers manager. He ranks 17th with 1,599 wins and 16th with 3,038 games managed in Major League history. His 16 wins in 30 NL Championship Series games managed were the most of any manager at the time of his retirement in 1996. He is one of only five managers to manage the same team for 20 years or more, joining Walt Alston, Connie Mack, John McGraw and Bobby Cox. Lasordas role in the globalization of the game of baseball is now more evident than ever before, as Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig appointed him as the Official Ambassador of the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006, and again for the 2009 Classic that was played at Dodger Stadium. In that capacity, Lasorda served as a spokesperson for the tournament and continued his travels around the globe to promote the game of baseball, as he has visited 28 countries in his lifetime - Australia, Canada, Columbia, China, Chinese Taipei, Cuba, Denmark, England, the Dominican Republic, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Monaco, Norway, Panama, Puerto Rico, Scotland, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Venezuela, Bermuda, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey, Ireland and throughout the United States. In 2008, he was awarded with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette by the Emperor of Japan for his contributions to Japanese baseball. He has made countless trips to Japan over the years, serving as a key liaison between the Dodgers and the Orix Buffaloes in their friendship agreement. Lasorda was also the Dodger ambassador for other friendship agreements that the Dodgers had with other Asian teams including the LG Twins from Korea and the Sinon Bulls from Taiwan. He also threw out the first pitch in the China Baseball Leagues first World Series in 2002. As baseballs ambassador, Lasorda has been called upon by Commissioner Selig to star in ad campaigns on behalf of Major League Baseball. In 2009, Lasorda had his portrait installed in the Smithsonian Institutions National Portrait Gallery. The portrait, which measures 60x50 inches, was painted by Everett Raymond Kinstler, and was presented to the Smithsonian as part of the celebration of his TOM LASORDAS MANAGERIAL RECORD 60th season with the Dodgers. During his six-decade career, Lasorda has met WIN NLWEST seven U.S. Presidents - Richard Nixon, Gerald YEAR TEAM W-L PCT. FINISH Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George 1976 LOSANGELES 2-2 .500 2nd H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, who 1977 LOSANGELES 98-64 .605 1st asked Lasorda to serve as a delegate to the U.S. 1978 LOSANGELES 95-67 .586 1st National Day at the World Exposition in Aichi, 1979 LOSANGELES 79-83 .488 3rd Japan in June 2005. The World Exposition was not 1980 LOSANGELES 92-71 .564 2nd the first time President Bush called upon Lasorda 1981 LOSANGELES 63-37 .630 1st for his assistance, as the Hall of Fame manager 1982 LOSANGELES 88-74 .543 2nd participated in the festivities surrounding the 1983 LOSANGELES 91-71 .562 1st Presidents inauguration in January 2005. Two 1984 LOSANGELES 79-83 .488 4th months later, Lasorda made a visit to the White 1985 LOSANGELES 95-67 .586 1st House to represent the Dodgers in a ceremony 1986 LOSANGELES 73-89 .451 5th that posthumously awarded Jackie Robinson with 1987 LOSANGELES 73-89 .451 4th the Congressional Gold Medal. In 2007, Lasorda 1988 LOSANGELES 94-67 .584 1st joined Dodger legend Don Newcombe in leading a 1989 LOSANGELES 77-83 .481 4th contingent of Little Leaguers from Los Angeles to 1990 LOSANGELES 86-76 .531 2nd Washington D.C. for a tee-ball game on the South 1991 LOSANGELES 93-69 .574 2nd Lawn of the White House. 1992 LOSANGELES 63-99 .389 6th In 1997, Lasorda was elected to the National 1993 LOSANGELES 81-81 .500 4th Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee 1994 LOSANGELES 58-56 .509 1st in his first year of eligibility. He was the 14th 1995 LOSANGELES 78-66 .542 1st manager and 52nd Dodger inducted into the 1996 LOSANGELES 41-35 .539 2nd Hall of Fame. 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on managers and umpires, leading to the elections of Billy Southworth and Dick Williams to Cooperstown. He served the Hall in the same capacity in 2009 that led to the election of Whitey Herzog and Doug Harvey. In 2011, he served on the Golden Era committee that elected longtime Chicago Cub Ron Santo. Though the National Baseball Hall of Fame is his most prestigious honor, Lasorda has been enshrined in 17 different sports and cultural Halls of Fame, including the Brooklyn Dodgers HOF (2009), Canadian Baseball HOF (2006), Italian American Sports HOF (1989) and California Sports HOF (2006). Lasordas uniform number (2) was retired by the Dodgers on Aug. 15, 1997 and the main street that leads to the entrance of Dodgertown in Vero Beach, FL was renamed Tommy Lasorda Lane on March 5, 1997. He also threw out the first pitch in Game 7 of the 1997 World Series. During the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Lasorda managed an underdog United States team to the Gold Medal over the highly favored Cuban National team just five days after celebrating his 73rd birthday. The Olympic Gold Medal, which Lasorda considers his greatest professional achievement, marked his return to the dugout after his retirement in 1996. Lasorda posted a 3-1 record as the NL manager in four Hall of Fame Manager Tommy Lasorda takes All-Star Games. He joined St. Louis Gabby Street (1930a spin in his custom-made golf cart while at 31) as the only managers in NL history to win league Camelback Ranch - Glendale during the Dodgers titles in his first two seasons when he led the Dodgers 2013 Spring Training. to titles in 1977-78. Lasorda also managed nine of the Dodgers 16 Rookies of the Year, more than any other big league skipper in history. Prior to replacing Hall of Famer Walter Alston as manager on Sept. 29, 1976, Lasorda spent four seasons in Los Angeles on Alstons coaching staff from 1973-76. He spent eight seasons as a manager in the Dodgers minor league system at Pocatello (1965), Ogden (1966-68), Spokane (1969-71) and Albuquerque (1972). Lasorda also spent four years as a Dodger scout after retiring as a player following the 1960 season. An astounding 75 players Lasorda managed in the minor leagues went on to play in the Majors. Lasorda compiled an 0-4 record and 6.52 ERA as a left-handed pitcher in parts of three Major League seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers (1954-55) and Kansas City Athletics (1956). In all, he spent 14 seasons in the minor leagues from 1945-60 and he served two years in the military from 1946-47. He has won numerous awards throughout his career, including being named Minor League Manager of the Year by The Sporting News in 1970, Manager of the Year by UPI and AP in 1977, Manager of the Year by AP in 1981 and NL Manager of the Year by Baseball America and Co-Manager of the Year by The Sporting News in 1988. In September 2006, Lasorda received the Branch Rickey Award from the Denver Rotary Club for his lifetime of community service. Lasorda has been a spokesperson for the American Heart Association and regularly visits patients at the Tom Lasorda Heart Institute at Centinela Hospital Medical Center in Inglewood, CA, which opened on Nov. 6, 2000. He is also an official spokesperson for the Prostate Cancer Foundation, which is an official MLB charity that promotes prostate cancer awareness. The Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation gives an annual award in his name for the most outstanding manager of the year and in 2006, the first year of its existence, Lasorda received the award as the Manager of the Century. Lasorda also sits on the board for the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Foundation and the U.S. Army Recruiting Advisory Council. In December 2011, Rawlings presented him with the Rawlings Heart of Gold award for his philanthropic efforts. He has received honorary doctorate degrees from Pepperdine University, St. Thomas University, Cal State Long Beach, University of Phoenix, Concordia University, the University of Hawaii, Argosy University, Cypress College and Marymount College. In February 2003, he was honored by Cal Tech when he became only the second person to ever have an asteroid named after them. His asteroid is #6128, otherwise known as Asteroid Lasorda. Many of Lasordas greatest accomplishments and stories have been compiled in I Live For This his autobiography that came out three seasons ago, which he co-wrote with Los Angeles Times columnist Bill Plaschke. His first book, The Artful Dodger was released in 1986. Lasorda and his wife, Jo, have been married for 62 years. They reside in Fullerton, CA, and will celebrate their 63rd wedding anniversary on April 14, 2013. The couple renamed a gymnasium and youth center in memory of their son, Tom Jr., in Yorba Linda, CA on Sept. 7, 1997. They are also the proud grandparents of Emily Tess (17), the child of their daughter, Laura Lasorda.

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Don Newcombe
executives

Special Advisor to the Chairman


Don Newcombe enters his 56th season in the Dodger organization. Newk pitched eight seasons for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers (1949-51), (54-58) and is credited with starting the first Community Relations department in Major League Baseball in 1970. Since 2009, Newcombe has been a Special Advisor to the Chairman. In 2011, Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander joined Newcombe as one of two men in baseball history to win the sports three major honors - Rookie of the Year, Most Valuable Player and Cy Young Award. In January 2012, Newcombe introduced Verlander at the Baseball Writers Associations annual dinner where Verlander received his 2011 Cy Young and MVP Awards. Last year, Newcombe was honored by Major League Baseball with the Beacon of Hope award at the annual Civil Rights game in Atlanta. Newcombe, 86, spent the first seven years of his 10-year big league career with the Brooklyn Dodgers before joining the franchise in its move to Los Angeles in 1958. The right-handed pitcher helped the Dodgers win their first World Championship in 1955, leading the National League that season with an .800 winning percentage (205). That season, he also became the first NL pitcher to hit seven home runs in a season. The New Jersey native was a four-time National League All-Star and registered a record of 149-90 with 1,129 strikeouts and a 3.56 ERA, 136 complete games and 24 shutouts. He pitched in three World Series and at 22 years old in 1949, he became the second rookie ever to start the opening game of a World Series, striking out 11 Yankees in eight innings. In 1951, Newcombe won 20 games for the first time in his career and then missed the following two seasons while serving his country during the Korean War. He later won 20 games again in 1955 and led the league with 27 wins in 1956. Following his Major League career, Newcombe signed with the Chunichi Dragons of Japans Nippon Professional Baseball in 1962 and became the first former Major League player to play in the Japanese League. He batted .262 with 12 homers in 279 at-bats before ending his playing career. In 1980, his final year of eligibility, Newcombe received 59 votes (15.3 percent) for enshrinement in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. When he signed with the Newark Eagles of the Negro Leagues in 1944 at age 17, Newcombe had no idea he was on the verge of changing the course of sports history. Newcombe, Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella, were often overlooked for their important roles in the countrys Civil Rights movement. Dodger President Branch Rickey had decided to integrate Major League Baseball, as an unwritten rule had prevented blacks from playing since the 1880s. Rickey secretly began scouting players from the Negro Leagues and he eventually signed Robinson, catcher Campanella and Newcombe. In 1946, the trio broke the minor league color barrier as Robinson played at Triple-A Montreal while Newcombe and Campanella were standouts for the Class B Nashua Dodgers of the New England League. Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 and he won National League Rookie of the Year honors. Campanella was promoted to the Dodgers in 1948 and Newcombe finally Matt Kemp looks on as Don Newcombe receives Major League arrived in May 1949. From 1949 to 1956, Baseballs Beacon of Hope Award during Civil Rights Weekend the Dodgers played in five World Series on Aug. 18, 2012 in Atlanta. and narrowly missed the playoffs in 1950 and 1951. While the Dodgers were winners on the field, the trio still faced challenges off the field. There were death threats, isolation, degradation and insults hurled by fans and opponents, along with snide comments from certain Dodger teammates. Throughout the early 1950s, there were some hotels and restaurants that wouldnt serve black players during the season. 12

After his career, Newcombe had a fateful meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., just 28 days before Dr, Kings assassination in 1968. Concluding a tour of speech-making, protest marches and peaceful demonstrations, King had dinner at Newcombes home in Los Angeles before King returned to Atlanta. According to Newcombe, King said, Don, youll never know how easy you and Jackie and (Larry) Doby and Campy (Roy Campanella) made it for me to do my job by what you did on the baseball field. Newcombe continues to make dozens of appearances throughout the Los Angeles area each season, speaking to youngsters and participating in the Dodgers Alumni Association. Through the years, he has helped numerous people, in and out of baseball, with their battles against substance abuse.

Dr. Frank Jobe

Special Advisor to the Chairman


A legend in the field of medicine and baseball, Dr. Frank Jobe enters his sixth season as a Special Advisor to the Chairman and 49th season in the Dodger organization. Amazingly, more than 37 years have passed since Jobe made history and altered the sport forever. It was 1974 when Dodger pitcher Tommy John was diagnosed with a ruptured medial collateral ligament (MCL) in his left elbow, an injury that previously had no cure. That is, until Sept. 25, when Jobe tried a procedure in which he removed a tendon from Johns forearm and repaired his elbow. John, who had won 124 games prior to the operation, went on to pitch 14 years after the operation, compiling 164 more victories in that time, without ever missing a start due to elbow problems. Since then, Jobe has performed hundreds of Tommy John surgeries on pitchers of every level, helping to resurrect the careers of countless big leaguers, and his fellowship program at the Kerlan-Jobe clinic has trained more than 250 fellows through the years. On Feb. 21, 2008, the Dodgers announced that Jobe had been promoted to Special Advisor to the Chairman and he took part in a special pregame ceremony at Holman Stadium in Vero Beach, FL. Jobe was honored again in front of the home crowd at Dodger Stadium on Sept. 23, 2008 in a ceremony that included his two most famous patients, John and former Dodger Orel Hershiser, among others. Of course, since Jobes experiment on John, several things have changed about the procedure. What was once a four-hour surgery can now be done in about an hour. The success of the procedure not only depends on the surgery but the surgeon, the player and the rehabilitation program. Though Jobe originally put Johns chances of returning to the Major Leagues at less than five percent, Jobe now estimates that 92 to 95 percent of patients will return as good, if not better, than prior to the surgery. In fact, the procedure has become so valuable that in recent years, players have signed multi-year contracts just months after they have the surgery in expectation of a high-level return. At their annual dinner In 2012, Jobe was honored by the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation with the Dave Winfield Humanitarian Award. Jobe was inducted by the Baseball Reliquary into the Shrine of the Eternals on July 20, 2012. He was also inducted into the PBATS (Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society) Hall of Fame in spring 2012. In honor of the 30th anniversary of his ground-breaking efforts, the Dodgers honored Jobe on March 31, 2004 prior to a Spring Training game in Vero Beach, FL, and again during the year at Dodger Stadium. Jobe began his association with the Dodgers in 1964 when he joined his mentor, Dr. Robert Kerlan, the original Los Angeles Dodgers team physician. He took over the care of the team in 1968 and six years later made history with John. Thanks to his passion to help players return to the field, Jobe found himself in the right place again 16 years after saving Johns career, as he reconstructed the right shoulder of former Cy Young Award winner Orel Hershiser, another procedure that had never been successfully performed on a Major League pitcher. Hershisers rehabilitation was a success and he presented Jobe with the game ball from his 100th career victory, which came in 1991, his first win after the surgery. Former Dodger Darren Dreifort made a similar gesture while rehabilitating at Dodger Stadium. His trophy featured a plastered replica of Dr. Jobes hands holding a surgical instrument with a handwritten message from the Dodger pitcher. When you first begin working out after the surgery, its frustrating and it gets to be monotonous, said Dreifort. But the flip side is without the surgery and Dr. Jobe, you wouldnt be out there playing catch. Jobe, a native of North Carolina who studied at Loma Linda Medical School and did his residency at Los Angeles County Hospital, has often been mentioned as a candidate for enshrinement in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, alongside other non-playing personnel like former Dodger Owner Walter OMalley. A review of the careers hes rescued lends credence to the argument. The most satisfying feeling in medicine is to watch a patient from the time of the injury until hes well and back to 100 percent, said Jobe. This is very satisfying because its something I took part in from the beginning. Also, its interesting that sports surgery in particular really wasnt developed until the late 1950s. So when Tommy came along in the 1970s, there was an opportunity and I happened to be the right guy in the right place. LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide13

Sandy Koufax
executives

Special Advisor to the Chairman


Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax returned to the Dodgers in January 2013 to serve as Special Advisor to Dodgers Chairman Mark Walter. Koufaxs role includes attending a portion of Spring Training to work with Dodger pitchers and consulting with the team throughout the year. One of the most dominating pitchers in the games history, Koufax was the first Major Leaguer to pitch four no-hitters, including a perfect game. He was the youngest player (age 36) and the first pitcher inducted into the Hall of Fame (1972) who had more strikeouts than innings pitched. In 12 Major League seasons, he had a career record of 165-87, a 2.76 ERA, 2,396 strikeouts, 137 complete games and 40 shutouts. Koufax was the MVP and Cy Young Award winner in 1963 and also won Cy Young Awards in 1965 and 66. He was a member of Dodgers world championship teams in 1955, 59, 63 and 65, earning MVP honors in 1963 and 65, when he pitched two shutouts. His postseason record was 4-3 with a 0.95 ERA. He was selected to seven consecutive All-Star Games from 1961-66. From 1962-66, Koufax led the National League in earned run average and shutouts. He was the strikeouts leader four times, setting a single-season mark with 382 in 1965, and had the most wins three times, with totals of 27, 26 and 25. He was the first pitcher to average fewer than seven hits allowed per nine innings pitched in his career (6.79) and to strike out more than nine batters (9.28) per nine innings. He also became the second pitcher in baseball history to have two games with 18 or more strikeouts, and the first to have eight games with 15 or more strikeouts. In his last 10 seasons, batters hit .203 against him with a .271 on-base percentage and a .315 slugging percentage. Koufax was the first pitcher to win multiple Cy Young Awards, as well as the first pitcher to win a Cy Young Award by a unanimous vote. He is also the only pitcher to win three Cy Young Awards in the era in which the award was presented to one pitcher, rather than one in each league. On June 4, 1972, Koufaxs uniform No. 32 was retired alongside those of fellow Dodger greats Roy Campanella (39) and Jackie Robinson (42).

Three Hall of Fame left-handers during 2013 Spring Training at Camelback Ranch - Glendale; Sandy Koufax, Vin Scully and Tommy Lasorda.

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Ned Colletti

general manager
Ned Colletti enters his eighth season as General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, making him the fifth-longest tenured GM in the National League since his appointment on Nov. 16, 2005. In this capacity, he is responsible for overseeing the teams baseball operations, including all scouting, player personnel and player development. Colletti is the 10th general manager in Los Angeles Dodger history and is entering his 32nd year in Major League Baseball. Since Colletti joined the Dodgers, inheriting a team that finished with a 71-91 record, the team has posted a 597-536 record (.527), the most wins by a National League general manager in that span and the third-best overall mark in the NL behind the Phillies (.563) and Cardinals (.531). Among NL West opponents, the Dodgers lead second-place San Francisco by 18 games during the seven-year span. In his last 16 seasons as a general manager or assistant general manager, Colletti has finished over .500 14 times, went to the postseason seven times and had teams eliminated on the last day twice and next to the last day twice. He reached 500 victories as a GM in 2011, hitting that milestone in 953 games, which was faster than every GM in Dodger history besides Buzzie Bavasi (895 games). Over the last seven seasons, the club has the best ERA in the Major Leagues, six winning campaigns and reached the postseason three times. The Dodgers appeared in postseason play three of his first four seasons (2006, 2008, 2009), making him the first general manager in Dodger history to accomplish that feat. In 2009, the Dodgers finished the regular season with the best record in the National League for the first time since 1983 and swept the National League Division Series for the second consecutive season to reach the NLCS in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1977-78. In 2008, the Dodgers won the NL West and swept the Cubs in the Division Series to reach the NLCS, capturing their first postseason series victory since their World Championship season of 1988. In 2006, his first year as a GM, Colletti assembled a Major League team that tied for the National League Western Division title and reached the postseason as the National League Wild Card. The 2013 Dodgers demonstrate Collettis commitment to acquiring the games top talent through all possible avenues, building this years club through the draft (Matt Kemp, Clayton Kershaw, Chad Billingsley), key trades (Andre Ethier, Hanley Ramirez, Carl Crawford, Adrian Gonzalez), free agency (Zack Greinke, Brandon League) and international signings (Hyun-Jin Ryu). Much of the teams core has been locked up long-term with Crawford (2017), Ethier (2017), Gonzalez (2018), Greinke (2018) and Kemp (2019) signed for at least the next five seasons. Colletti has renewed the clubs focus on finding talent throughout the globe with additions both in the clubs front office in International scouting and through free agent signings this year, including Cuban outfielder Yasiel Puig and top Korean left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu. Under Colletti, the Dodgers have further solidified their roots in Asia with the free-agent signings of Takashi Saito (2006) and Hiroki Kuroda (2007) as well as inking Robert Boothe, the clubs first Japanese amateur signing. In addition, the Dodgers played the first-ever Major League exhibition games in China in March 2008 and traveled to Taiwan for a goodwill series against a group of Chinese Professional Baseball League All-Stars during Spring Training in 2010. The Dodgers have also been active in Central America and the Caribbean with amateur free agents Rubby De La Rosa (Dominican Republic) and Kenley Jansen (Curacao) reaching the Majors in recent years and the clubs working agreement with the La Guaira Tiburones in Venezuela, signed in 2009, which reestablished a presence in that country. Colletti and his staff have focused heavily on developing top talent at the minor league level and in the last two seasons, Dodger affiliates have posted a .536 combined winning percentage (818-708), which is the second-highest mark among Major League teams. In addition, Dodger farm teams have made eight postseason appearances in the last two years with the 2011 Rookie-level Arizona Summer League Dodgers winning a league title. For the past six seasons, the Dodgers have executed an offseason Winter Development Program for top prospects, which includes instruction both on and off the field. In addition to learning the game from Dodger legends like the late Duke Snider, Tommy L.A. DODGER GENERAL MANAGERS Lasorda, Maury Wills, Don Newcombe, Wes Parker and others, the young players take GENERAL MANAGER YEARS part in classroom sessions that help acclimate E.J. Buzzie Bavasi 1958-68 them to Los Angeles and the Major Leagues Fresco Thompson 1968 upon their eventual arrival. Since the Winter Al Campanis 1968-1987 Development Programs inception in 2008, 36 Fred Claire 1987-98 participating players have reached the Major Tommy Lasorda (Interim) 1998 Leagues. Colletti also created the Dodger Pride Kevin Malone 1998-2001 Awards, which honor the organizations top Dave Wallace (Interim) 2001 minor league players each month. Dan Evans 2001-2004 Colletti has become known throughout Paul DePodesta 2004-2005 the game for his success at obtaining talent Ned Colletti 2005-present during the season, particularly at the trade LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide15

deadline. This past season, he acquired All-Stars Hanley Ramirez (Marlins), Brandon League (Mariners), Shane Victorino (Phillies), Josh Beckett (Red Sox), Carl Crawford (Red Sox) and Adrian Gonzalez (Red Sox) along with left-handed specialist Randy Choate (Marlins), utilityman Nick Punto (Red Sox) and righthander Joe Blanton (Phillies). The nine-player trade with Boston, which consummated on Aug. 25 and sent five players to the Red Sox, was the largest trade in Los Angeles Dodger history. Among the key contributors he has added in midseason in the past several years are three likely Hall of Famers Greg Maddux (twice), Manny Ramirez and Jim Thome as well as veterans Ted Lilly, Scott Podsednik, Ryan Theriot, Casey Blake, Vicente Padilla, George Sherrill, Ronnie Belliard and Jon Garland. Collettis first trade as GM netted All-Star outfielder Andre Ethier, while Through his work at A Place Called Home, Ned he continued to hold onto several key players who Colletti met student Lamar Banks, who he is have become the nucleus of the team, including helping with a college scholarship. All-Stars Chad Billingsley, Kemp and Kershaw as well as A.J. Ellis and Dee Gordon, among others. Collettis acquisition of Manny Ramirez has been deemed by many as the greatest trade in Dodger franchise history, as he traded for the perennial All-Star just minutes before the trade deadline in 2008. Ramirez went on to put together two of the greatest months in team history before continuing his torrid hitting during the postseason. That trade, and the subsequent play of Ramirez, was named the top moment in Los Angeles sports in 2008 by the Los Angeles Sports Council. During his tenure, the Dodgers and Colletti have been recognized for excellence, both locally and at a national level. Topps named the Dodgers as Organization of the Year in 2010 with the prestigious award, which dates to 1966, recognizing the Major League team that has shown outstanding performance, depth and talent throughout their organization. Similarly, the Dodgers were recognized as Baseball Americas 2006 Organization of the Year as the Major League team reached the postseason spurred by homegrown talent and a deep farm system. That offseason, the Los Angeles Daily News named him Sportsperson of the Year in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Sports Council tabbed him as Co-Executive of the Year, which he shared with his great friend, Brian Burke, then GM of the Anaheim Ducks and the Pitch & Hit Club of Chicago dubbed him Major League Executive of the Year. Prior to joining the Dodgers, Colletti spent 11 seasons with the San Francisco Giants, the last nine years as the assistant general manager. During his time in that position, the Giants posted an 813-644 record (.558), an average of more than 90 wins per season. Since the beginning of the 1997 season, the club had played just 14 games that did not have playoff implications and during that nine-year span, the team advanced to the postseason four times and was eliminated on the final day of the season on two occasions. Ned Colletti in the Community
As part of his commitment to the city and the people of Los Angeles, Colletti continues to expand his role in helping others. In 2012, he was honored with the Los Angeles City College (LACC) Foundation Partners with Youth Award for his extraordinary commitment to and steadfast support of at-risk youth. During the last two offseasons, as part of a fund-raising event, Colletti has read poetry and helped raise nearly $60,000 for Get Lit, a city program designed to provide youth with an opportunity to develop in areas of literature, writing, reading and poetry. During the last several years he has contributed both time and financial assistance to the program. In 2011, Colletti and the Dodgers continued to partner with Guide Dogs of America, sponsoring a third guide dog to assist the visually impaired. In October 2011, Colletti partnered with radio personality Peter Tilden and Collettis friends from the band Chicago, who played a benefit concert, raising thousands of dollars for GDA and the Foundation for Fighting Blindness. In 2009 he received a Humanitarian Award from A Place Called Home, located in South Central Los Angeles which provides at-risk youth with a secure, positive environment empowering them to take quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, arts and well-being. The last two years he has increased his role with APCH by helping fund six college scholarships and acting as a mentor to high school and college students. Since being introduced to the A Better LA program by former USC football coach Pete Carroll five years ago, Colletti has helped create a relationship with the coaches from the Dodgers and the coaches from that program as well as partnering with the Dodgers on contributing financial resources. The role of A Better LA is to empower community leaders to transform their neighborhood, and to give them the tools to do so . And this season, as he has done throughout his time in Los Angeles, Colletti will donate tickets to local communitybased organizations and the families of enlisted servicemen and women, giving them the opportunity to watch batting practice from the field, have dinner, visit in the general managers box and enjoy a game.

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From 1997-2004, the Giants posted a .570 winning percentage, the best eight-year record in San Francisco history and the third-best record in Major League Baseball. The clubs .585 mark from 2000-04 was its best fiveyear mark as well. Prior to joining the Giants, Colletti worked for the Chicago Cubs, beginning his Major League career in 1982. He worked for three years in media relations before transitioning to the baseball operations department while handling salary arbitration cases, assisting in player acquisitions, evaluations and contract negotiations. He was a member of the organization when the Cubs won National League East Division titles in 1984 and 1989 and was honored with Major League Baseballs Robert O. Fishel Award in 1990. The Chicago native graduated from Northern Illinois University and East Leyden High School in Franklin Park, IL, the same high school attended by Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan, New York Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald and former NBA head coach Jimmy Rodgers. He was inducted into the Triton College Sports Hall of Fame in 1993, entering the same time as former Major League players Kirby Puckett, Lance Johnson and Jeff Reboulet.

Bob Wolfe

Executive Vice President


Long-time baseball executive Bob Wolfe was named Executive Vice President of the Dodgers on June 7, 2012. Wolfe rejoined Dodgers President and CEO Stan Kasten with whom he teamed at the Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals. Wolfe served as executive vice president of the Nationals from 2006-11. Wolfe had worked in various capacities with the Braves and NBAs Atlanta Hawks for more than 20 years, including serving as Braves senior vice president of administration from 1992-2003. After working in the Braves accounting department from 1980-84, Wolfe accepted a position as Hawks business manager in 1985. He was named vice president/business manager of the Hawks in 1988 and subsequently enjoyed membership on both the Braves and Hawks foundations. Wolfes expertise in baseball and facility management includes stadium development and operations, finance and administration, sales and marketing, food and retail services, and minor-league business operations.

Lon Rosen

Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer


Lon Rosen, who has more than 25 years of experience in the sports and entertainment industry, has returned to the Los Angeles Dodger organization as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. Rosen previously served in the same role for two years starting in 2004 before rejoining Magic Johnson Enterprises. This time, he is working with Johnson, one of the new owners of the Dodgers. Rosen was instrumental in assisting Johnson and the Guggenheim Partners in acquiring the Dodgers on May 1, 2012 in what was the largest team sports transaction in history. Rosen, who was influential in guiding Magic Johnson Enterprises to be recognized as one of the most successful minority business companies in the country, will oversee all activities for the Dodgers marketing, sales, advertising, communications, community affairs and government relations. Prior to returning to the Dodgers, Rosen focused his efforts for Magic Johnson on business development, television productions, sports consulting and new media ventures in addition to his representation of broadcasters, coaches, hosts and other entertainment personalities. Upon graduation from college, Rosen headed to the Fabulous Forum, where he began his sports career with the NBAs Los Angeles Lakers and the NHLs Los Angeles Kings. He worked his way from an internship into a promotion as Director of Promotions for the Lakers, Kings and the Los Angeles Forums Special Events, where he served seven years (1980-87). From there, he started his own sports marketing company, First Team Marketing, and moved into sports marketing and sports representation. His first client was Hall of Famer Johnson. Rosen, a University of Southern California graduate, resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Laurie, and their two sons, Michael and Brian.

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Sam Fernandez
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Senior Vice President & General Counsel


Sam Fernandez begins his 31st season with the Dodgers and 14th as Senior Vice President and General Counsel. He was appointed to his current position in 2000. Fernandez joined the organization and was named General Counsel on June 1, 1984. He was assigned the additional responsibilities of Assistant Secretary in 1987 and Secretary in 1998. Before joining the organization, Fernandez was an associate with the law firm of Latham & Watkins from 1980-84 and served as the Dodgers resident counsel from Feb. 1, 1983 until he formally joined the team. During his tenure with the Dodgers, Fernandez has been responsible for overseeing all of the teams legal affairs. His duties have included negotiating and drafting contracts with the teams broadcasting partners, concessionaires, sponsors and players, licensing the teams marks and other intellectual property, leasing the stadium for concerts and films and supervising all litigation. In addition to those duties, Fernandez has also overseen the Human Resources department since 2010. Fernandez has worked on matters ranging from the establishment of the Dodgers training facility in the Dominican Republic to serving on the Board of Directors of Major League Baseball Properties, Inc. He has also served on the Boards of Directors of Los Angeles Dodgers, Inc., Major League Baseball Enterprises, Inc., The Pediatrics and Family Medical Foundation in Los Angeles, the Southern California Chapter of the American Corporate Counsel Association and the Leadership Advisory Board for the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel. In 2013, the Los Angeles County Bar Associations Corporate Law Departments Section named Fernandez Outstanding Corporate Counsel of the Year. In 2009, he was awarded the Sports Counsel of the Year Award for outstanding service to a sports league or team by the Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel (AMEC). In 2002, Fernandez was honored as Alumnus of the Year by the Los Angeles Chapter of the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Fernandez graduated magna cum laude from UCLA in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology and political science. He received his Juris Doctor in 1980 from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, and was elected to the Order of the Coif. He was admitted to the practice of law in 1980 and is an active member of the California State Bar, the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Fernandez and his wife, Susan, reside in Manhattan Beach, CA. They have two children, Kristina and Mike.

Renata Simril

Senior Vice President, External Affairs


Renata Simril was appointed Senior Vice President, External Affairs by the Dodgers on Sept. 10, 2012. Simril, a former deputy mayor under Mayor James Hahn, came to the Dodgers from Jones Lang LaSalle, where she served as managing director of the financial and professional services firms public institutions practice. In that role, she guided the firms overall business development strategy, marketing and branding for the Southwest region. Prior to that, Simril was senior vice president with Forest City Enterprises, where she was responsible for Southern California operations. She also served as deputy mayor for Economic Development in the Hahn administration. In this capacity, she oversaw and managed five of the citys community and economic development departments and led policy, legislative and budget affairs. Before going to city hall, Simril held various positions with for-profit and non-profit organizations. She began her career as a policy deputy for former City Council member Mark Ridley-Thomas. Simril served as a Military Police Officer in the United States Army prior to earning a B.A. in urban studies from Loyola Marymount University and a masters in real estate development from The Price School of Public Policy at USC.

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Janet Marie Smith

Senior Vice President, Planning and Development


Renowned architect and urban planner Janet Marie Smith was named the Dodgers Senior Vice President of Planning and Development on Aug. 6, 2012. Smith is overseeing upgrades and enhancements to Dodger Stadium. This post reunites Smith with Dodger President Stan Kasten. Smith worked for Kasten in a similar position to create the Atlanta Braves Turner Field and the Atlanta Hawks Philips Arena. Smith is probably best known in the baseball world for her work on the influential Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Smith worked for the Orioles from 1989-94 as vice president of planning and development during the design and construction of the park. Opening in 1992, Camden Yards immediately became the standard-bearer for a new wave of traditional baseball parks that have been built in subsequent years. Smith played an instrumental role in the design of the ballpark, creating a state-of-the-art unique facility that blends with the urban context of downtown Baltimore while taking inspiration from baseball parks built in the early 20th century. Prior to joining the Dodgers, Smith had a second tour with the Orioles as vice president of planning and development from September 2009-August 2012. In that role, Smith directed renovations and expansion of the Orioles new spring training facility in Sarasota, FL, as well as upgrades and enhancements to Oriole Park at Camden Yards to celebrate the parks 20th anniversary. From 2002-09, Smith served as senior vice president of planning and development for the Boston Red Sox, overseeing the preservation of historic Fenway Park and leading the program that placed this significant ballpark on the National Historic Register. From 1994-2000, Smith held the position of president of Turner Sports and Entertainment Development, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, and was the vice president of Planning and Development for the Atlanta Braves. Her work in Atlanta helped transform the 1996 Olympic Stadium into Turner Field, home of the Braves, and she also oversaw the development of the Philips Arena, home of the NBA Atlanta Hawks and NHL Atlanta Thrashers. Smith also worked as senior advisor of planning and design with Baltimore-based Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse on many of their development and rehab projects from Nashville, TN to Providence, RI, including concept planning for the renovation of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. She was also part of the THINK team, one of the final two teams in the competition for the World Trade Center site in New York City in 2002. In 2012, the Boston Baseball Writers honored Smith with a Special Achievement Award for her work at Fenway Park. In 2011, she was named in the Inaugural Class of the Sports Business Journal Game Changers: Women in Sports Business. Before working in sports, Smith worked on urban development projects, including Pershing Square in Los Angeles and Battery Park City in New York City, where she served as coordinator of Architecture and Design. Smith holds a Masters degree in Urban Planning from City College of New York and a bachelor of architecture degree from Mississippi State University. She is an associate member of the Urban Land Institute, American Institute of Architects and the American Planning Association. She also serves on the board of directors for Berklee College of Music in Boston and the advisory board for the University of Michigan Sports Management Program. A native of Jackson, MS., Smith resides in Baltimore with her husband, Bart Harvey, and their three children.

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Michael Young
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Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships


Michael Young is entering his fifth season with the Dodgers. In his role, he oversees corporate partnership sales, and is responsible for overseeing and developing the joint sales strategies and relationships with Dodgers media partners. He also sits on the board for the clubs Spring Training home, Camelback Ranch Glendale. In 2011, Young was responsible for forging the new radio broadcast partnership between the Dodgers and Clear Channels KLAC, which has been the catalyst for the increased market share and growth of the Dodgers radio network. 2013 is Youngs 28th year in professional sports (10 as a professional football player and 18 in the front office). He joined the Dodgers following 13 years with the Denver Broncos, where he was responsible for corporate partnerships, marketing and branding. While with the Broncos as the Senior Director of Special Projects for the NFL club, he developed and was responsible for the Broncos Corporate Sponsorship department. Young also served as the Executive Vice President of the Arena Football Leagues Colorado Crush. Along with NFL Hall of Famer John Elway, he helped develop the team from the ground up and the Crush won the Arena League championship in just its third season. Young, 51, successfully made the transition to the Broncos front office after a 10-year career as a wide receiver in the NFL. He played for the Los Angeles Rams (1985-88), Broncos (1989-92), Philadelphia Eagles (1993) and Kansas City Chiefs (1994). He was the Broncos leading receiver in 1991. The Visalia, CA, native was a two-sport athlete at UCLA, where he was an Academic All-Pac 10 selection in 1984 and led all receivers in the Bruins Rose Bowl Championship. Following the 1985 Fiesta Bowl, in which he was the leading receiver, he was drafted by the Rams. Young also played two seasons on the UCLA baseball team, before being drafted by the New York Mets. He graduated from UCLA with a bachelor of science degree in Sociology. Young credits his career in sports to the Dodgers legendary team physician, Dr. Frank Jobe. Shortly after Young separated his left shoulder as a 16-year-old prospect, the Dodgers scouting department arranged for Dr. Jobe to perform shoulder surgery that would put his athletic career back on track. Young sits on the Advisory Board of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission and is on the board of the Los Angeles Sports Council. He also serves on the steering committee for UCLAs Institute for the Economics of Sports and Society. Young is a past spokesman for the Colorado Special Olympics and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. He is a member of the Advisory Council for the Recreation & Tourism Department at Cal Poly University. Young and his wife, Jill, reside in Pasadena and have three daughters, Christine, Britteny and Madison.

Tucker Kain

Chief Financial Officer


Tucker Kain joined the Los Angeles Dodgers in August 2012 as Chief Financial Officer. Kain is also Managing Director of Guggenheim Baseball Management, LP, the Club Ownership Group. Previously, Kain was a Vice President at Guggenheim Partners in New York City, working in the corporate credit group overseeing an investment portfolio in excess of $2 billion. Kain grew up in Cleveland, OH, and received a bachelor of arts in Economics from Williams (MA) College.

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Bob Engle

Vice President, International Scouting


Long-time international scout Bob Engle was named Vice-President of International Scouting for the Dodgers on Nov. 1, 2012. Engle, who served in the same capacity for the Seattle Mariners since 2004, has been in Major League Baseball since 1974 and has been instrumental in the signing of four Cy Young Award winners. Engle, who also has worked for the Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays, was instrumental in the scouting and signing of Cy Young Award winners Roy Halladay, Chris Carpenter, Pat Hentgen and Felix Hernandez. Hired as Midwest Scouting Supervisor by the Orioles in 1974, Engle moved to the Blue Jays two years later and spent the next 24 years with Toronto. He was hired by the Blue Jays in 1976 as Eastern Scouting Supervisor, promoted to Eastern Regional Scouting Director in 1982, and to Director of Scouting in 1990. He continued his advancement in the Blue Jays organization, becoming Assistant General Manager in 1995 and Senior Advisor, Baseball Operations in 1997. Engle joined the Mariners in 2000 as Senior Advisor to the Vice-President and General Manager of Baseball Operations. He was named Director of International Operations in 2004 and was promoted to Vice-President, International Operations in 2007. Voted East Coast Scout of the Year in 2011, Engle is a member of the Pennsylvania Hall of Fame. He attended Mesa (CO) College before graduating from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Engle and his wife, Barbara, reside in Tampa, FL.

Vance Lovelace

Vice President, Player Personnel


Vance Lovelace enters his 13th season with the Dodgers and first as Vice President, Player Personnel. In his current capacity, Lovelace is responsible for scouting the Major League club and working directly with GM Ned Colletti regarding roster moves and player acquisitions. Lovelace, a key member of the decision-making core, joined the Dodgers as a professional scout in 2001, and was promoted to Special Assistant on Nov. 7, 2006. His career in baseball operations began in 1997 as a pitching coach and assistant general manager for the New Jersey Jackals of the Northern League, a position he held for three seasons. Lovelace enjoyed a 13-year career (1981-94) in professional baseball, appearing in nine games in three seasons in the Major Leagues with the Angels (1988-89) and Mariners (1990) as a left-handed pitcher. After being drafted in the first round (16th pick) in 1981 by the Cubs, he was traded in 1983 to Los Angeles with Dan Cataline for Ron Cey. At the time, Colletti was a member of Chicagos front office. That season, Lovelace won eight games for the Dodgers Single-A affiliate in Vero Beach before posting a 3.88 ERA in 16 starts for Double-A San Antonio in 1984. He split time with those two teams in 1985, appearing in 18 games before the Angels drafted him from Los Angeles in December of that season. He made his big league debut in the 17th inning of a game on Sept. 10, 1988 vs. Texas. Lovelace also played for the China Trust Whales in Taiwan in 1995. The Tampa, FL native was a member of the 1979 Belmont Heights Senior League World Series team alongside fellow future Major Leaguers Dwight Gooden and Floyd Youmans.

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Rick Ragazzo
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Vice President, Pro Scouting


Rick Ragazzo enters his sixth season with the Dodgers, 25th in professional baseball and first as Vice President, Pro Scouting. In his role, Ragazzo is responsible for the Organizations professional scouts and reports directly to General Manager Ned Colletti. Ragazzo, a key member of the baseball operations decision-making core, assists Colletti with Major League roster moves and player acquisitions. He joined the Dodgers after 19 years with the San Francisco Giants organization, where he headed the clubs international operations, particularly in Latin America and the Pacific Rim, and assisted GM Brian Sabean on Major League matters, signing numerous Latin players. Prior to joining the Giants, Ragazzo served as an assistant coach at Fullerton College (1985-88) and Loyola Marymount University (1988-90). He began his professional baseball career as an area scout for the Giants in July 1990. He scouted the Southern California and Hawaii territories for six years before being promoted to the international position in 1997. He holds a bachelors degree in Physical Sciences from California State University, Fullerton and a masters degree in Education Administration from Azusa Pacific University. Ragazzo and his wife, Eileen, reside in Leona Valley, CA and have four sons, Austen, Ryan, Dominic and Trevor.

De Jon Watson

Vice President, Player Development


De Jon Watson enters his seventh year with the Dodgers and first as Vice President, Player Development. In this role, he is responsible for developing and evaluating all players in the Dodgers minor league system, appointing all minor league managers and coaching staff, as well as all coordinator and instructor positions. He also oversees the clubs winter ball participation and relationships between the Dodgers and their minor league affiliates. Watson serves as an advisor to General Manager Ned Colletti on 40-man roster moves and Major League acquisitions in addition to overseeing all minor league transactions. In 2010, Topps named the Dodgers as Organization of the Year. The prestigious award dates back to 1966 and highlights the Major League team that has shown outstanding performance, depth and talent throughout their Major and Minor League teams. Watson and his staff conducted the sixth annual Winter Prospect Development Program this January that included instruction both on and off the field. In addition to learning the game from Dodger legends like Maury Wills, Don Newcombe, Steve Yeager, Ramon Martinez and others, the young players take part in classroom sessions that help them acclimate to Los Angeles and the Major Leagues upon their eventual arrival. Since the Winter Development Programs inception in 2008, 36 participating players have reached the Major Leagues, including 2012 participants Michael Antonini, Alex Castellanos, Stephen Fife, Shawn Tolleson, Scott Van Slyke, Nathan Eovaldi, Dee Gordon, Javy Guerra, Josh Lindblom and Josh Wall. Since joining the Dodgers, Watson has brought several former Dodger players back into the fold as minor league instructors, including Tim Wallach, Franklin Stubbs, Aaron Sele, Matt Herges, Martinez and Jody Reed. In 2009, Watson spearheaded the teams effort to return to Venezuela, where the franchise signed a partnership with the La Guaira Tiburones to help develop talent that will eventually reach the big leagues. Watson, 46, is beginning his 28th year in professional baseball. He joined the Dodgers from the Cleveland Indians, where he was the Director of Professional Scouting for three seasons (2004-06), working directly with the general manager on building the Major League roster through trades and free agent acquisitions. Prior to joining the Indians, the Baldwin Hills, CA native served as the Reds Scouting Director from 1998-00, where more than 25 of his draft choices reached a Major League 40-man roster, including future big leaguers Adam Dunn and Austin Kearns. He moved to the professional scouting side with the Reds in 2001 and 2002. Watson first began working in baseball in 1991 with the Florida Marlins following a five-year playing career in the Royals organization. He started as an area scout in Los Angeles and was a member of Floridas front office when the club won its first World Championship in 1997. A graduate of Santa Monica High School, Watson was an outfielder/first baseman at West Los Angeles Community College, where he played for current Dodger scout Artie Harris and was a third-round draft choice of the Royals. He and his wife, Joal, reside in Maricopa, Arizona with their daughter, Mia ,and sons,
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Logan White

Vice President, Amateur Scouting


Logan White begins his 12th season with the Dodgers and first as Vice President, Amateur Scouting. In this capacity, Whites primary responsibilities are overseeing the organizations amateur scouting efforts, including the annual June First-Year Player Draft, along with assisting the GM in various capacities. In 2010, Topps named the Dodgers as Organization of the Year. The prestigious award dates back to 1966 and highlights the Major League team that has shown outstanding performance, depth and talent throughout their Major and Minor League teams. Prior to being promoted to Assistant GM in 2007, White served as the Director of Amateur Scouting for the Dodgers for five seasons. In that role, he headed up the draft selections or signings of 25 players, including five All-Stars, who have appeared in the Major Leagues for the Dodgers in the past five seasons - Tony Abreu, Chad Billingsley, Jonathan Broxton, Ivan De Jesus, Rubby De La Rosa, Blake DeWitt, Scott Elbert, A.J. Ellis, Javy Guerra, Chin-lung Hu, Eric Hull, Kenley Jansen, Matt Kemp, Clayton Kershaw, Andy LaRoche, Brent Leach, James Loney, Russell Martin, James McDonald, Russ Mitchell, Xavier Paul, Eric Stults, Ramon Troncoso, Cory Wade and Delwyn Young. Along with his staff of amateur scouts, Whites history of success in the draft helped lead to the Dodgers being named Baseball Americas 2006 Organization of the Year. With White in charge of amateur scouting, the Dodgers have built a core of homegrown talent, reaching the NLCS twice in the past five seasons. The Dodgers June 2004 First-Year Player draft was rated by Baseball America as the best draft in the National League and second best in baseball. Its 2003 draft was tabbed as the best in the Major Leagues by the publication and its 2002 draft was rated as the fourth-best draft in baseball. The Dodgers were the only team to have their draft rated in the top five in each of those three seasons. Last year, White tabbed infielder Corey Seager with the 18th overall selection in the First Year Player Draft. Seager was named a 2012 milb.com organizational All-Star and was the first position player drafted in the first round by White since James Loney in 2002. His second-round choice, Paco Rodriguez, became the first player from the 2012 draft class to reach the Major Leagues. The strategy of taking pitchers with his first pick has paid dividends, as the team has graduated several draftees to the Major Leagues, including Billingsley, Broxton, Kershaw and Elbert while a plethora of pitching talent remains in the minor leagues, including Zack Lee, Chris Reed and fellow first-round draft choices Aaron Miller (2009) and Chris Withrow (2007), among others. The Dodgers scouting success hasnt been limited to the first few rounds, either, as the teams 17th-round pick in 2002, Martin, emerged as a two-time All-Star catcher, while Kemp, a sixth-round selection, was the National Leagues MVP runner-up in 2011. In addition to his work at the amateur level, White played a significant role in the signing of Takashi Saito, a non-roster invitee in 2006 who became one of the games top closers, as well as the scouting and signing of right-hander Hiroki Kuroda, who joined the Dodgers in 2008 following a successful professional career in Japan. Prior to joining the Dodgers, White spent seven years with the Baltimore Orioles as the West Coast Supervisor with responsibilities including overseeing all area scouts from the Western part of the United States, as well as evaluating players in Canada and Australia. Whites scouting experience is extensive, as he served as the West Coast Supervisor for the San Diego Padres from 1993-95, an area scout with Baltimore from 1990-92 and an associate scout with the Seattle Mariners from 1988-89. He was a minor league pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization from 1984-87 and was signed by Jeff Malinoff. Originally from Portales, NM, White graduated from Western New Mexico University with honors and was an Academic All-American in 1984. In 1996, he was inducted into the Western New Mexico University Hall of Fame. White, his wife, Deena, and son, Logan, Jr., reside in Gilbert, AZ.

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Gerry Hunsicker
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Senior Advisor, Baseball Operations


Gerry Hunsicker, former general manager of the Houston Astros and most recently a senior vice president with the Tampa Bay Rays, was named senior advisor for baseball operations by the Dodgers on Oct. 18, 2012. Hunsicker will assist General Manager Ned Colletti and President and CEO Stan Kasten with the Dodgers big league club while also lending his expertise to international scouting and development, pro scouting and Minor League development. Hunsicker was instrumental in refocusing Tampa Bays international scouting and helped establish academies in both the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. Hunsicker was the Houston general manager from 1996-2004, during which time the club won four division titles. The team reached the World Series in 2005. In 1998, when the Astros won 102 games, he was named The Sporting News executive of the year. He served in various management positions with the New York Mets before rejoining the Astros. Hunsicker filled several roles for the Astros from 1978-81, including traveling secretary, minor league pitching coach, scout and assistant to the general manager. From 1981-83, he worked for Tal Smith Enterprises in Houston and was involved in preparing salary arbitration cases. After the 2004 season, Hunsicker resigned from the Houston general manager job with one year remaining on his contract, but continued as a Houston advisor. In 2005, he joined the new management group in Tampa Bay and assisted Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman in reshaping the baseball operations department. Before moving to professional baseball, Hunsicker was assistant athletic director and assistant baseball coach at Florida International University, where he received a masters degree in management after doing his undergraduate studies at St. Josephs (PA) University. Hunsicker is a member of the St. Josephs baseball and athletic halls of fame, as well as the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame.

Alex Tamin

Director of Baseball Contracts, Research & Operations


Alex Tamin begins his second season with the Dodgers as Director of Baseball Contracts, Research and Operations. In his role, Tamin works closely with General Manager Ned Colletti on all matters relating to the major league team including trades, roster transactions and free agent signings. He is also the point person on all of the clubs arbitration-eligible players, reaching agreements in 2012 with AJ Ellis and Ronald Belisario. Tamin also oversees the clubs day-to-day baseball research and operations to provide information, statistical profiles and decision tools for the clubs personnel transactions. Prior to joining the Dodgers, Tamin spent more than 15 years representing a number of Major League teams including the Dodgers - in player salary arbitrations and contract negotiations. In that role, he represented clubs in successful arbitration hearings against Cy Young winner Eric Gagn and All-Stars Jered Weaver, Kevin Millwood and Francisco Rodriguez. Tamin also maintained a legal practice focused on complex commercial litigation during that time. He graduated from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD in 1992 and completed his J.D. at the UCLA School of Law in 1995. Tamin and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Stevenson Ranch, CA with their sons, Brandon and Matthew, and daughter, Brooke.

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KEN BRACEY

SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO the general manager


One of the most respected scouts in baseball, Ken Bracey enters his fourth season with the Dodgers following 37 seasons in the San Diego Padres organization. He was named Special Assistant to General Manager Ned Colletti on Dec. 21, 2009. Bracey joined the Padres in their inaugural 1969 season and has worked as an area scout, a national crosschecker, a minor league manager and, most recently, as a Major League scout from 19912009, where he was a part of the Padres pennant-winning clubs in 1984 and 1998. He had worked continuously for the club from 1969-87 and again from 1990-2009 and served as a scout with the Brewers from 1987-90. The Dunlap, IL resident was honored in 2004 as the Midwest Scout of the Year. Bracey pitched nine seasons in the minor leagues with the Yankees and Giants organizations. He and his wife, Nancy, have two daughters and six grandchildren.

TONEY HOWELL

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, Pro Scouting


Toney Howell enters his seventh year with the Dodgers and his responsibilities include Major League scouting, consulting on player trades, acquisitions and roster moves in addition to other special assignments. Before joining the Dodgers, Howell was a professional and Major League scout for the Milwaukee Brewers for three seasons (200406). Prior to his time with the Brewers, he spent eight seasons (19962003) with the Texas Rangers as a professional scout. His career in scouting began in 1985 with the Chicago Cubs as an amateur scout, a position he held for 10 seasons. He was also a minor league hitting instructor for the Cubs. Howell attended the Ohio State University, where he played baseball as an outfielder and football as a strong safety for three years, twice being named an All-American in both sports. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds following his junior year in 1980 after leading the nation in batting average. In addition to his professional playing career, which included brief stints with the Houston Astros in 1984 and 1985, Howell was an alternate in the 1992 Olympics as a third-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. In 2010, Howell was named the MLB Executive of the Year by the Pitch & Hit Club of Chicago, a professional baseball organization formed more than 60 years ago to promote goodwill toward the game and fellowship among professionals in baseball. He and his wife, Coclough, have four children, Nicole (26), Dejon (25), James (24) and Toney Jr. (22).

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Stan Conte
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Vice President, Medical Services


Stan Conte begins his first season as Vice President, Medical Services for the Dodgers. In his role, Conte, 58, manages the Major and minor league medical departments and also handles medical risk assessment and injury management. Conte, regarded as one of the top experts in physical therapy and conditioning in professional sports, joined the Dodgers as Head Athletic Trainer in October 2006 following 15 seasons with the San Francisco Giants, including seven as head athletic trainer and physical therapist. Prior to his promotion in 2000, he served as the teams assistant athletic trainer and coordinator of strength and rehabilitation for the previous eight years. Conte received his B.S in physical therapy at California State University, Northridge in 1978 and his doctorate of physical therapy at Boston University in 2010. He lectures locally and nationally on the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, and authored Major League Disability Days: An Eleven-Year Study, which was published in the prestigious American Journal of Sports Medicine. He has served on several MLB committees, including the co-chairman of the Analytic Committee and member of the Injury Surveillance System as well as on the expert panel of the MLB Research Committee. Conte and his wife, Nancy, reside in San Carlos, CA and have two children, Nick and Alison.

Maury Wills
Instructor
Maury Wills returns for 2013 in his role as an instructor for the Dodgers Major League and minor league players. In this capacity, Wills serves as a baserunning and bunting coach during Spring Training as well as throughout the regular season in Los Angeles. Wills has also worked with the Dodgers prospects during the Winter

Development Program. In 2010, Wills was voted as the fifth-greatest Los Angeles Dodger of all-time by readers of the Los Angeles Times. Wills, 80, first came to Spring Training with the Dodgers in 1951 at the age of 18 and worked his way up through the farm system, making his Major League debut with Los Angeles on June 6, 1959. He played 14 Major League seasons with the Dodgers, Pirates and Expos and had a career batting average of .281 with 586 stolen bases, the 19th-highest total in Major League history. The seven-time All-Star helped to transform the game of baseball with his speed in the 1960s, as he led the league in stolen bases for six consecutive seasons from 1960-65, including a then-Major League record of 104 in 1962. That season, he earned the National League Gold Glove Award and NL Most Valuable Player honors when he batted .299 with 130 runs, 208 hits, six homers and 48 RBI in 165 games. The Washington, DC native appeared in four World Series with the Dodgers (1959, 1963, 1965 and 1966), including World Championships in his first three visits to the Fall Classic. He was the first player to bat on artificial turf when he came up to hit on April 18, 1966 at the Houston Astrodome and singled up the middle off Turk Farrell. Even during his playing career, Wills began managing in Hermosillo, Mexico between seasons in 1970-71 and was voted the top manager in the league. He realized his dream of becoming a Major League manager when he served as skipper of the Seattle Mariners during the 1980-81 seasons. Wills also spent six years as a baseball analyst for NBC Sports on the Major League Baseball Game of the Week and one year as an HBO network in-studio sports personality. He also has been a trainer for 15 different Major League baseball teams, teaching the art of base-running and stealing and trained the Osaka, Hankyu Braves in Japan for four years. Under then-Governor Ronald Reagan, Wills was the Chairman of Athletics for Youth in the State of California. He has also worked as Assistant to Pittsburghs Mayor Barr in Youth Relations and was Assistant to the District Attorney of Clark County, Nevada for Youth programs. He was involved with the Red Ribbon Program, a national organization dedicated to the prevention of drug abuse whose slogan is Hugs not Drugs, and he is a Youth Drug Program Role Model for the Redondo Beach Crime Watch. Wills also makes numerous appearances for the Dodgers Community Relations Department throughout the year. Wills has written three books, It Pays to Steal (1963), How to Steal a Pennant (1976) and On the Run (1992).

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Community

Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw was named the recipient of the 2012 Roberto Clemente Award prior to Game Four of the 2012 World Series. At just 24 years old, Kershaw, who has been a dedicated man of service to communities both local and abroad, is the youngest player to ever win the Clemente Award. This prestigious award recognizes a Major League Baseball player who best represents the game through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement.It means everything, Kershaw said. Its really hard to put into words how much it means to me. It means more than any individual award I could ever receive. What Roberto Clemente did, not only on the field he was such an incredible player but off the field, his humanitarian work and the things he was doing, it really means so much and its really humbling to be in the same sentence as him. Its just really fulfilling.

ROBERTO CLEMENTE AWARD


The annual award pays tribute to Clementes achievements and character by recognizing current players who truly understand the value of helping others. It is named for the Hall of Famer and 15-time All-Star who died in a plane crash on New Years Eve 1972 while attempting to deliver supplies to earthquake victims in Nicaragua. His accomplishments on the mound at such a young age are well known to baseball fans, but I am delighted that our game can shine a light on Claytons extraordinary efforts with his wife Ellen to make a difference in the lives of children in Zambia, MLB Commissioner Allan H. Bud Selig said. Clayton Kershaw is a leader through his inspiring example, and he is a wonderful representation of the enduring, philanthropic spirit of Roberto Clemente. In 2010, Clayton Kershaw followed his new bride Ellen to Lusaka, Zambia in Africa where Ellen had been doing missionary work for several years. Kershaw met Hope, a young girl that Ellen met on a previous trip, and Clayton and Ellen Kershaw at the opening of the orphange they quickly understood Ellens pashelped to build, Hopes Home, in Lusaka, Zambia in Africa. sion and the immense need for helping the children of Zambia. Before the 2011 season, Kershaws Challenge was launched. With a goal of Strikeout to Serve and an original mission to raise enough money to buy land in Lusaka on which to build an orphanage, Hopes Home, Kershaw committed to donate $100 to Kershaws Challenge for every strikeout he threw during the season and asked fans to join him in the journey. In January 2012, the Kershaws, having raised enough money for the land, returned to Lusaka to find the perfect location for an orphanage and purchased the land. Ground was not yet broken but the vision was becoming a reality. On January 5, 2013, the Kershaws, along with their closest family and friends who made the trip with them, were present for the official opening of Hopes Home, now known in Lusaka as the Arise Africa orphanage. Eight children from some of the most dire circumstances, now have a place to call home. They are experiencing a real roof over their head, mattresses to sleep on, running water and three meals a day all completely new to them. With the help, guidance and mentoring of three housemothers, Armond, Brian, Peter, Alliness, Hope, Nelly, Dorothy and Andrew are thriving in their new home. Knowing the need to help children and families at home in the U.S., the mission of Kershaws Challenge has expanded. It will continue to help sustain Hopes Home and to expand resources in Lusaka to reach and help more children. Kershaws Challenge now provides support to the Peacock Foundation, Mercy Street and I Am Second; all non-profit organizations that help at-risk and traumatized children and their families in Los Angeles, youth near Kershaws hometown in Dallas and people nationwide respectively.

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ROBERTO CLEMENTE AWARD NOMINEES


Each year, Major League Baseball honors one player with the Roberto Clemente Award to recognize a player who best exemplifies the game of baseball through sportsmanship, community involvement and positive contributions to his team. Each team nominates one player who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in service to his community and the Dodger nominees since 2000 are: 01 - Eric Karros 02 - Marquis Grissom 03 - Dave Roberts 04 - Jose Lima 05 - Milton Bradley 06 - Eric Gagn 07 - Derek Lowe 08 - James Loney 09 - Orlando Hudson 10 - Juan Pierre 11 - Clayton Kershaw 12 - Clayton Kershaw (National Winner)

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DODGERS PITCHING IN THE COMMUNITY


The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation have the profound ability to expand their positive influence and resources to communities throughout the region. From the teams long-standing reputation and player prestige to the stadium and field of play on which the Dodgers operate, the history and assets make the franchise one of the most revered and recognized brands not only in this region but in the world. These assets offer the potential to create significant positive social impact. The Dodgers have created a new formula that ensures that both the Los Angeles Dodgers Community Relations department and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation are strategically aligned and mutually supportive of each others respective mission. Our new formula for giving is: Sports + Education + Health = Success on and off the field.

Sports and Recreation


The first pillar of the teams new formula is Sports and Recreation. The Foundation will continue to put its resources behind building Dreamfields throughout the Los Angeles area. Community Relations will support that initiative by conducting kids and coaches clinics, making sure that a new generation of baseball fans has the tools and direction to enjoy Americas pastime.

Education and Literacy


The second pillar of the teams formula is Education and Literacy. Just as important as giving kids a safe and well-equipped place A youngster swings to play is the need to offer for the fences them assistance that will at Dodger Youth benefit them in the classBaseball Camp. room. The Foundation has several education and literacy programs that it will support and Community Relations will bolster those efforts with initiatives of its own. community

Health and Wellness


Don Newcombe, Sweet Lou Johnson and Tommy Davis with Team 42 Scholars on Jackie Robinson Day, April 15, 2012. The third pillar of the formula is Health and Wellness. The ability to play baseball and perform in the classroom is much more difficult for anyone if they arent feeling well. The Foundation will focus its attention towards obesity,

juvenile diabetes, eye health and asthma and Community Relations will join Major League Baseballs efforts supporting cancer initiatives as well other health-related programs including the Dodgers continued support of ThinkCure!. And of course, seeing the reaction of a patient when they are visited in the hospital by a Dodger will be something the team will continue to do. As a member of the larger civic community the Dodgers are committed to leaving a positive imprint on Los Angeles. We fundamentally believe that our relationship with the community is just as important as building a championship baseball team and enhancing the fan experience at Dodger Stadium.

Students receive eyeglasses at an event held by Vision to Learn, one of the many local charities supported by the Dodgers.

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THE LOS ANGELES DODGERS FOUNDATION


The Dodgers Dreamfields program is the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundations signature initiative. The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, in partnership with the LA84 Foundation, City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation has completed 26 Dreamfields since the inception of the program. Since the beginning of 2012, six fields have been dedicated in the Greater Los Angeles area; Normandie Recreation Center, Harbor City Recreation Center, Lennox Park, Athens Park (two fields) and Reseda Park. In April 2013, the Dodgers Dreamfield at Highland Park will be dedicated and more fields are planned for the remainder of 2013. The investment in the new Dreamfields include: new scoreboards, upgrades to the backstops, the addition of roofs over the dugouts, bench upgrades, irrigation

Youngsters cheer at the dedication of a new Dodgers Dreamfield. The club has completed 26 fields since the programs launch, including six in 2012.

improvements, re-grading to insure smooth and consistent playing surfaces and renovation of field turf or, where necessary, installation of new sod. The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation has a long-term goal of completing 50 Dreamfields. The Ninth Annual Natural Balance Pet Foods Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation Bowling Extravaganza hosted by Josh Beckett and A.J. Ellis will take place at Lucky Strike Lanes L.A. LIVE on Monday, July 29, 2013. Dodger fans will have the opportunity to join the hosts, along with their Dodger teammates and celebrity friends for a night of bowling and fun. In 2012 fans mingled and bowled with of A.J. Ellis, Clayton Kershaw, Hanley Ramirez, A.J. Ellis, the co-host of the 2013 Shawn Tolleson, Trey Hillman, Steve Yeager and Don Mattingly. Natural Balance Pet Foods Los All proceeds Angeles Dodgers Foundation Bowling from the Extravaganza, with a young patient event will from Childrens Hospital Los Angeles benefit the at last years event. Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. Details can be found on Dodgers.com. The 2013 Dodgers Youth Baseball Camp at Dodger Stadium, benefiting the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, will feature daily instruction by members of the Dodgers Major League coaching staff and Dodger alumni with special guest appearances by current Dodger players. In 2012, Clayton Kershaw, Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier, Javy Guerra and Dee Gordon visited with campers. Also last summer, Dodger outfielder Andre Ethier fields questions from youngsters at Dodger Youth Baseball Camp. Dodger Alumni including Tommy Davis, Bill Russell, Kenny Landreaux, Billy Ashley, Bob Welch, Al Downing, and Maury Wills teamed up with Dodger coaches and worked with our campers on hitting, fielding, base running, throwing and pitching drills as well as team play, sportsmanship and conditioning. Enrollment is open to boys and girls, ages 7-12. Session I of camp will be June 25-28 and Session II will be August 9, 12-14. For more information and to register your child, please visit www.Dodgers.com/camp. On January 24, 2013, A Night of Entertainment with Don Mattingly hosted by George Lopez was held at the Sports Museum of Los Angeles. The night featured entertainment by comedians Ben Gleib, Josh Wolf and a special appearance 30

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Don Mattingly, Don Newcombe and Dodger players take a group photo at a fundraising event for Mattingly Charities.

by Hall of Fame Manager and Special Advisor to the Chairman Tommy Lasorda as well as a tour of the museums collection of Dodger artifacts dating to the franchises infancy in Brooklyn. The night concluded with a Q&A session with Don Mattingly. All proceeds benefited Mattingly Charities and the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. A number of Dodger players, coaches, alumni and broadcasters were in attendance including Andre Ethier, Adrian Gonzalez, Kenley Jansen, Clayton Kershaw, Shawn Tolleson, Luis Cruz, Tim Federowicz, Javy Guerra, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Mark McGwire, Don Newcombe, Sweet Lou Johnson and Jaime Jarrin. One of the season-long fundraising programs of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation is the Ribbon Board Message program where fans can commemorate a special occasion by displaying a message at Dodger Stadium during a Dodgers home game. In 2013, messages will be displayed on the new Ribbon Board located below the Left Field Dodger Vision screen, just above the Pavilion. More details about ordering a Ribbon Board Message can be found on Dodgers.com.

COMMUNITY CARAVAN
The 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers Community Service Caravan, Pitching in the Community, presented by

jcpenney, was a civic engagement initiative where the Dodger players and wives, Dodger alumni and employees joined together for a weeklong celebration of service in partnership with community based organizations to give back to the Los Angeles community. This year the Dodgers kicked off on the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday and continued throughout the week in the spirit of Dr. Kings legacy of service. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, Lifes most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others? The Dodgers answered Dr. Kings call to service by engaging players and alumni with the community on meaningful projects touching on the three pillars the Dodgers new community strategy. Dodger alumni kicked off the Caravan by: Painting a Dodger mural with City Year at Belmont High  School in LA; reading to children at the Southeast YMCA in Huntington Park; building a community garden with Youth Speak Collective and Maclay Middle School in Pacoima; and Leading recreational activities with Playworks at La Tijera  Elementary School in Inglewood.

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Dodger players and wives continued the Caravan by: Preparing healthy meals with culinary arts students at Santee Educational Complex in South LA; Engaging with youth in dance, drama, visual arts, animation and multi-media storytelling at Inner-City Arts in the heart of LAs Skid Row; Interacting with special needs youth and young adults at Tobinworld in Glendale; and playing games and signing autographs at the LA Boys & Girls Club in Lincoln Heights. The Los Angeles Dodgers take tremendous pride in serving our fans and understand that there is a unique opportunity to be active participants in the community.

Al Ferrara high fives a student during the Dodgers week-long caravan.

Don Mattingly speaks to a group of students at Inner-City Arts during the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Caravan.

Kenley Jansen shows his artistic side during the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Caravan. LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide31

PLAYER PROGRAMS Kemps Kids


Dodger Centerfielder Matt Kemp is committed to providing positive experiences for inner-city youth in the greater Los Angeles area by offering them the opportunity to visit Dodger Stadium and experience a Major League Baseball game. Kemp meets each group on the field during batting practice, provides each member of the group with a game ticket, Dodger Dollars for food and souvenirs and a gift bag. Dodger outfielder Matt Kemp welcomes youngsters to Dodger Stadium as a part of his community initiative, Kemps Kids.

Chads Champs
Dodger pitcher Chad Billingsley, through his Chads Champs program, hosts young patients and their families from Mattel Childrens Hospital UCLA at a Dodger game. Before each game, the kids receive a Chads Champs T-shirt and meet Billingsley on the field for batting practice during the visit. Each member of the group receives meal vouchers courtesy of Coca-Cola. community

Dodger pitcher Chad Billingsley with Chads Champs, patients from Mattel Childrens Hospital UCLA.

Hairstons Heroes
Supporting local Boys & Girls Clubs in the greater Los Angeles area is a cause that Jerry Hairston Jr. feels strongly about. Throughout the season Hairston hosts youth from local Boys & Girls Clubs to a Dodger game. Youth are treated to an up close & personal look at Dodgers batting practice and the chance to meet Hairston, take photos and ask for autographs.

Jerry Hairston Jr. hosts a group from a local Boys & Girls Club as a part of Hairstons Heroes.

Aarons Aces
Dodger pitcher Aaron Harang appreciates the sacrifices of our service members and created Aarons Aces as a way to give back. Aaron hosts military members and their families at every Sunday home game providing guests with an autographed Aarons Aces T-shirt and a meal voucher courtesy of CocaCola. The service members and their families have the opportunity to meet Aaron on the field before the game take photos, ask questions and get autographs.

Aaron Harang hosts military families at each Dodger Sunday home game.

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HOLIDAY GIVING
The Dodgers held their annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway on November 13. Six hundred turkeys and fixings were distributed to preselected families and organizations. All turkeys and fixings were donated by food retailer Ralphs/Food 4 Less. On December 3, Andre Ethier brought some holiday cheer and gifts to young patients and their families at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles who were spending the holidays away from home. December 8, the Dodgers sponsored and took part in our local neighborhood Echo Park Community Parade with Dodger Alumni Kenny Landreaux riding in the parade. The Dodgers hosted 300 children and teachers from local schools and community centers for the annual Childrens Holiday Party at Dodger Stadium on December 12 where players, Dodgers Alumni and front-office staff were on hand to read to the children, sign autographs, sing holiday Andre Ethier holds a young patient at songs and play games. All kids in attendance received a Childrens Hospital Los Angeles while Dodger goodie bag, as well as a new pair of sneakers and delivering holiday gifts this past December. toys provided by A Foundation for Kids. On December 15, Adrian Gonzalez and his wife, Betsy, joined Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina at the 12th Annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Celebration in East LA where they donated and distributed thousands of toys to children in attendance. The Dodgers distributed more than 300 hams and all the fixings on December 18 to preselected families. The hams and fixings were provided by Farmer John and Ralphs/Food 4 Less. On December 19, the Dodgers participated in El Centro del Pueblos annual Christmas toy and gift distribution, providing gifts to nearly 3,000 families. For a fifth consecutive year, the Dodgers donated thousands of promotional items to non-profit organizations in Greater Los Angeles for childrens holiday celebrations.

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Adrian Gonzalez and his wife, Betsy, donated thousands of holiday toys, which were distributed to kids during the 12th Annual Winter Wonderland Holiday celebration in East LA.

A car departs Dodger Stadium after receiving one of 900 holiday meals distributed by the Dodgers. For the past eight years, the club has hosted a Thanksgiving turkey and holiday ham giveaway for local families in need.

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DODGERS IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY


Jackie Robinsons signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers organization in October 1945 not only changed a nation, but also paved the way for other African-American players to join the Dodgers and become Major League stars. No other player in baseball history faced the scrutiny and pressure as Robinson did during his rookie season with Brooklyn. Robinson made his Major League debut on April 15, 1947 and 50 years later his uniform No. 42 would be retired by all Major League teams. On the field, Robinson won the first Rookie of the Year Award in 1947 and was the National Leagues Most Valuable Player in 1949. He compiled a lifetime .311 batting average in 10 seasons and was named to the Hall of Fame in 1962 in his first year of eligibility. While Robinson was based in Canada during the 1946 season at the Dodgers Triple-A farm club in Montreal, pitcher Don Newcombe and catcher Roy Campanella were making history in the United States playing for Brooklyns Class-B Nashua (NH) affiliate of the New England League. Campanella was promoted to the Dodgers in 1948 and he eventually became a three-time N.L. MVP and member of Baseballs Hall of Fame. Newcombe joined the Dodgers a year later and would become the first player in baseball history to win the sports three major honors Rookie of the Year (1949), MVP (1956) and Cy Young Award (1956). Continuing the clubs history with the African American community we are committed to elevating the presence of African Americans in the game of baseball both on the field and just as importantly off Dodger owner Earvin Magic Johnson the field. and Don Newcombe welcome Jackie In January of this year, the Dodgers sponsored and participated Robinsons widow, Rachel, daughter in the 28th Annual Kingdom Day Parade in South Los Angeles Sharon and grandson Jesse Simms to with Dodger All-Star Matt Kemp serving as the Celebrity Grand Dodger Stadium on May 7, 2012. Marshal. The Kingdom Day Parade is a day of celebration that remembers the life and legacy of civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. King along with his wife, Coretta Scott King, paved the way to establish equality, justice and social unity throughout this country. Dodger alumni rode in the parade in a Dodger fire truck where they were greeted by more than 300,000 spectators that lined MLK and Crenshaw Blvds. The City of Los Angeles celebrated the 2013 African American Heritage Month with an Opening Ceremony on Friday, February 8 in Council Chambers at City Hall honoring the contributions and traditions of African Americans. With the theme, Continuing the Dream, African Americans at the Crossroad of Freedom and Equality, Dodger legends Don Newcombe, Maury Wills and Sweet Lou Johnson joined Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa to recognize this years honorees, Danny Glover, LL Cool J and LeVar Burton, with the Citys highest honor and a special Jackie Robinson baseball jersey. The event was attended by 250 business, faith-based, community and civic leaders from The first 40,000 throughout Los Angeles. fans in attendance On April 15, 2013 in a game vs. San Diego, the Dodgers will celebrate the life and on Jackie Robinson legacy of Jackie Robinson. A series of special activities will precede the game as well as Day (April 15) will bringing together community leaders, business leaders and celebrities from the African receive a first of its American community to pay respects to Jackie Robinson. The first 40,000 fans in kind commemorative attendance will receive a first statue. of its kind commemorative Jackie Robinson, Don Newcombe & Roy Campanella statue. Mirroring the footprint of Viva Los Dodgers and a vision of centerfielder Matt Kemp, Beats and Baseball will take place on July 27. This event will be free to fans with tickets to the days game and will feature new and up-and-coming urban musical acts from the African American community and an appearance by Matt Kemp. The Dodgers are also leading the way to bring back the Annual Jazz on the Grass (JAZZ) benefit, produced by noted director and producer Oz Scott and his wife, Lynne. JAZZ will be held on October 5 to help raise funds for The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation and the Team 42 Scholars of the Jackie Robinson Foundations Education and Leadership Development Program. JAZZ will feature a list of nationally Matt Kemp serves as the Celebrity Grand and internationally renowned musical artists bringing together Marshal at the 29th Annual Kingdom Day prominent African American business, civic and community Parade in South Los Angeles. leaders, as well as entertainers and celebrities. 34

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THE DODGERS AND THE LOS ANGELES LATINO COMMUNITY


Since 1958, the Dodgers have been the MLB leader in Hispanic market outreach. More than 40 percent of Dodger fans are of Latin American descent and each season, the Dodgers attract more than one million Latino fans. Fifty-five years ago, the Dodgers instituted the first and now longest-running Spanish-languageradio broadcast. The Dodgers were also one of the first MLB teams to implement a Spanish-language Web site, losdodgers.com. Dodger Spanish-language radio broadcasts run on Univision Americas 1020 AM KTNQ, the home of the Dodgers Spanish-language broadcasting Hall of Famer Jaime Jarrn broadcasts from team Hall of Famer Jaime Jarrn, broadcaster Pepe the L.A. Coliseum in 1959. Yiguez and legendary Dodger pitcher Fernando Valenzuela. The station broadcasts all 162 regular-season games, select Spring Training games and is the fourth Spanish-language radio home of the Dodgers since the team moved to Los Angeles. This season, the Dodgers will continue to broadcast select games in Spanish on PRIME TICKET with Dodger Coach Manny Mota as analyst and Dodger broadcaster Jorge Jarrn serving as the play-by-play announcer. This marks the fourth season that the Dodgers have had a Spanish-language television broadcast. The Dodgers have also played a major role in fostering Latin American talent, having signed hundreds of players from Latin American countries throughout the teams history. In 2012, the Dodgers signed more than 30 Latin American players. The Dodgers The current Spanish radio broadcast team of celebrate Los Angeles Jaime Jarrn, Fernando Valenzuela and Pepe Latino culture and the legacy of Yiguez has been together since 2003. Latin American Dodgers past and present each year with Viva Los Dodgers Days, a season-long initiative with events scheduled each Sunday of every Dodger homestand. Starting two hours before each Sunday game, fans enjoy live music and a family-friendly celebration. Former and current Dodgers sign

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The Dodgers celebrate Viva Los Dodgers days at every Sunday home game.

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autographs for fans and special guests have included MLS stars and boxing champions. Current Latino Dodgers that made appearances at Viva Los Dodgers Day in 2012 included Adrian Gonzalez, Luis Cruz, Hanley Ramirez, Javy Guerra, Alex Castellanos and Paco Rodriguez. Musical talent has included both Latin Grammy and GrammyHanley Ramirez signs autographs for fans nominated at La Gran Fiesta Viva Los Dodgers on artists. The September 29, 2012 initiative culminates yearly with La Gran Fiesta: Viva Los Dodgers and the 2013 season will mark the fourth year of the Viva Los Dodgers Day initiative. In Arizona at Camelback Ranch - Glendale, members of the Mexican media have visited during Spring Training for five years in a row. Representatives from Mexican media outlets are extended hospitality in an effort to continue the Dodgers connection with Mexico. Jarrn, Valenzuela and Yiguez host the group as they attend games and are given access to Dodger players and coaches for interviews and photo opportunities. This year will mark the Viva Los Dodgers Day includes first year in which the Mexican media contingent will visit Dodger special guests such as WBC light Stadium. middleweight title holder Saul Canelo Alvarez

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Three generations of the Jarrn family threw the ceremonial first pitch on Jaime Jarrn T-shirt and Tribute Night June 11, 2012.

Dodger Coach Manny Mota was honored for his 50th season with the club on September 29, 2012 as part of La Gran Fiesta Viva Los Dodgers

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SWEET LOU JOHNSON


Community Affairs Liaison
Sweet Lou Johnson is beginning his 32nd season as a member of the Dodgers Community Affairs department and his 35th as a member of the organization. In his current capacity, the former Dodger outfielder makes dozens of appearances throughout Southern California on behalf of the team each year. Johnson, 78, will forever be remembered for his heroics in the 1965 World Series when his home run in Game 7 of the Fall Classic against the Minnesota Twins gave the Dodgers their third world championship. He played for Los Angeles from 1965-67 as part of an eight-year big league career with the Dodgers, Cubs, Angels, Indians and Braves. The Lexington, KY native played for the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues before a long minor league career with several franchises. The Dodgers acquired him in exchange for Larry Sherry prior to the 1964 season and became the teams regular left fielder for three seasons after Tommy Davis suffered an ankle injury in 1965. That year, Johnson hit 12 homers to tie for the team lead and stole 15 bases, he was second on the club in home runs in 1966 (17) when he helped the team reach the World Series against Baltimore and also finished second in homers for the Dodgers in 1967 (11). On Sept. 9, 1965, Johnson played left field and had the only hit for either team in Sandy Koufaxs perfect game against the Cubs. In an eight-year big league career, Johnson posted a .258 average with 48 home runs and 232 RBI in 677 games. Johnson resides in Los Angeles with his wife Sara.

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RON CEY

MARKETING & COMMUNITY RELATIONS


Ron Cey begins his 32nd season in the Dodger organization and his 17th year as a member of the front office. In this capacity, he makes numerous appearances on behalf of the team in the community and in conjunction with the clubs corporate sponsors. Cey, 65, spent 17 seasons in the Major Leagues, including 12 with the Dodgers from 1971-82. Nicknamed The Penguin, he was a six-time National League All-Star and is the franchises all-time home run leader among third basemen with 228. He retired as the Los Angeles Dodgers all-time home run leader, a mark that was surpassed by Eric Karros. A lifetime .261 hitter with 316 home runs and 1,139 RBI in 2,073 games, Cey will forever have his name etched in Dodger lore for his performance against the Yankees in the 1981 World Series, when he batted .350 with six RBI to earn Tri-MVP honors as the Dodgers captured their fifth World Championship. Cey spent eight and a half seasons alongside Bill Russell, Davey Lopes and Steve Garvey, as the Dodger infielders set a record that will likely never be broken. The record-setting infield was depicted on a bobblehead on May 29, 2012 as part of the Dodger Stadium Greats Bobblehead Series in Dodger Stadiums 50th Anniversary season. In 1980, Cey, Steve Garvey, Reggie Smith and Dusty Baker gave the Dodgers and Major League Baseball its first 30-home run quartet. In a 2010 Los Angeles Times fan poll, Cey was voted as the 12th greatest all-time Los Angeles Dodger player. The Tacoma native attended Washington State University and was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the third round of the 1968 amateur draft. He made his big league debut on Sept. 3, 1971 and subsequently appeared in four World Series with the Dodgers (1974, 1977, 1978 and 1981). He and his wife, Fran, reside in Woodland Hills and have two children, Dan and Amanda.

ALUMNI
In 2012, Dodger Alumni made more than 350 appearances in Southern California as representatives of the Dodgers. Having Dodger Alumni participate in Little League openings, hospital visits, local parades, festivals and many more events further helps to connect fans not only to the Dodgers, but to the Dodgers rich history. For more information about how to request an appearance, visit dodgers. com.

Dodger Alumni play an active role in the community and represented the club at over 350 events in 2012.

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Coaching Staff

Don Mattingly, pictured above with Rick Honeycutt and Trey Hillman, enters his third season as Dodger Manager, having posted winning seasons in both of his first two campaigns.

Don Mattingly
BATS: Left Throws: Left OPENING DAY AGE: 51 Height: 6-0 Weight: 180  Born: April 20, 1961 in Evansville, IN  Resides: Evansville, IN  APPOINTED: September 17, 2010 

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managing and Coaching Career


coaching staff W  ill enter his third season as the Dodger skipper in 2013 and has compiled a two-year record of 168-155 (.520)...led the Dodgers to a 39-22 (.639) start through June 10 last season...that start came on the heels of a 45-28 (.616) mark to end 2011 I  n 2011, the Dodgers won 10 of their last 11 series and finished 25-10, which tied Arizona for the best record in the NL from Aug. 22 through the end of the season  Won his Major League managerial debut with a 2-1 victory over the Giants on March 31, 2011 Named  the 27th manager in Dodger franchise history on Sept. 17, 2010, replacing future Hall of Famer Joe Torre, who he coached under from 2004-10 B  ecame the ninth skipper in Los Angeles Dodger history, following Hall of Famers Walter Alston (1954-76) and Tommy Lasorda (1977-96), Bill Russell (1996-98), Glenn Hoffmann (1998), Davey Johnson (1999-2000), Jim Tracy (2001-05), Grady Little (2006-07) and Torre (2008-10)  Was the first Dodger skipper to make his Major League managerial debut since Jim Tracy in 2001  Joined the Dodger staff as the clubs hitting coach immediately following the 2008 All-Star break  A s a coach, reached the playoffs in six of his seven seasons I  n 2009, the Dodgers hit .270, which tied them with the New York Mets for tops in the National League...the Dodgers also led the National League with 1,511 hits and a .346 on-base percentage that season A  fter coming on board in July 2008, the Dodgers responded by hitting .279 (2nd, NL) in the second half while also posting a .350 on-base percentage (T-2nd, NL) and a .434 slugging pct. (4th, NL) P  rior to the 2008 season, served as the Yankees bench coach in 2007 and as their hitting coach from 200406 I  n 2006, the Yankees led the Major Leagues with 930 runs scored, a .363 on-base percentage and 902 RBI I  n his first year as the hitting coach in 2004, New York set an all-time franchise record of 242 home runs W  as a member of the American League coaching staff at the 2004 All-Star Game in Houston S  pent seven seasons as a special instructor during Yankees Spring Training in Tampa, FL from 1997-2003. S  kippered the Phoenix Desert Dogs in the 2010 Arizona Fall League


Playing career
Don Mattingly and George Lopez pose for a photo on the blue carpet prior to the Mattingly Charities fundraising event in Los Angeles this past January.

P  layed his entire 14-year Major League career from 1982-95 with the New York Yankees A  massed 2,153 hits, 222 home runs, 1,099 RBI and a .307 lifetime average in 1,785 games

W  as a six-time American League All-Star and was voted as the starting first baseman on the American League squad in the 1987 Midsummer Classic in Oakland 40

W  as a nine-time Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner at first base, including runs of five straight awards (1985-89) and four consecutive honors (1991-94)  Won the 1984 batting title with a .343 average N  amed the American League Most Valuable Player in 1985, when he hit .324 with 48 doubles, a career-high 35 homers and career-best 145 RBI  In 1986, led the AL with 238 hits and 53 doublesfinished second in the MVP vote that season I  n 1987, tied Dale Longs Major League record by hitting at least one home run in eight consecutive games (record later tied again by Ken Griffey Jr. of Seattle in 1993) I  n 87, set a Major League record by hitting six grand slam home runs in a season, a record matched by Travis Hafner during the 2006 seasonhis grand slams in 1987 were the only six of his career H  is No. 23 was retired by the Yankees on Aug. 31, 1997...also had a plaque dedicated to him in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium that reads in part: A humble man of grace and dignity, a captain who led by example, proud of the Pinstripe tradition and dedicated to the pursuit of excellence coaching staff

Personal
 Donald Arthur Mattinglymarried his wife, Lori, in December 2010 in Indiananickname is Donnie Baseball... was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana, where he was one of the nations top prospects as a high school player at Reitz Memorial High School in 1979was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 19th round of the 1979 draft appeared in a baseball-themed episode of The Simpsons, entitled Homer at the Bat, which originally aired in February 1992attended the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Dodger Caravans in Los Angeles...took part in the 2011 and 2012 Dodgers Dream Foundations Bowling Extravaganzas...played the part of Mother Ginger in a local Evansville ballet companys production of the Nutcracker the past two offseasons...in 2009, attended the groundbreaking ceremony of a brand new Dodgers Dreamfield in Los Angeles...donated equipment for the LA Boys and Girls Club from his company, Mattingly Sports...created and runs Mattingly Charities, which is designed to serve underprivileged youth by supporting programs and donating equipment which promote baseball and softball participation in conjunction with other developmentally related activitiesthis past January, hosted A Night of Entertainment with Don Mattingly, featuring George Lopez as well as many current Dodger players and Dodger legends...the event raised more than $70,000 for Mattingly Charities...was honored with the Tommy Lasorda Award at the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundations 10th annual In the Spirit of the Game dinner at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on Jan. 12...has three sons: Taylor, Preston and Jordan as well as two stepsons, Isaac and ReynoldsTaylor was selected by the Yankees in the 42nd round of the 2003 draftPreston was selected by the Dodgers as a sandwich pick (31st overall) in the 2006 draft.

DON MATTINGLYS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year TEAM AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 1982 NY Yankees .167 7 12 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 .154 .167 0 1983 NY Yankees .283 91 279 34 79 15 4 4 32 2 2 1 21 31 0 0 .333 .409 5 1984 NY Yankees .343 153 603 91 207 44 2 23 110 8 9 1 41 33 1 1 .381 .537 7 1985 NY Yankees .324 159 652 107 211 48 3 35 145 2 15 2 56 41 2 2 .371 .567 7 1986 NY Yankees .352 162 677 117 238 53 2 31 113 1 10 1 53 35 0 0 .394 .573 7 1987 NY Yankees .327 141 569 93 186 38 2 30 115 0 8 1 51 38 1 0 .378 .559 5 1988 NY Yankees .311 144 599 94 186 37 0 18 88 0 8 3 41 29 1 0 .353 .462 9 1989 NY Yankees .303 158 631 79 191 37 2 23 113 0 10 1 51 30 3 0 .351 .477 7 1990 NY Yankees .256 102 394 40 101 16 0 5 42 0 3 3 28 20 1 0 .308 .335 3 1991 NY Yankees .288 152 587 64 169 35 0 9 68 0 9 4 46 42 2 0 .339 .394 5 1992 NY Yankees .288 157 640 89 184 40 0 14 86 0 6 1 39 43 3 0 .327 .416 4 1993 NY Yankees .291 134 530 78 154 27 2 17 86 0 3 2 61 42 0 0 .364 .445 3 1994 NY Yankees .304 97 372 62 113 20 1 6 51 0 4 0 60 24 0 0 .397 .411 2 1995 NY Yankees .288 128 458 59 132 32 2 7 49 0 8 1 40 35 0 2 .341 .413 7 Majors-14 years .307 1785 7003 1007 2153 442 20 222 1099 13 96 21 588 444 14 9 .358 .471 68

WINNINGEST DODGER MANAGERS


(Minimum 50 Games) Manager Winning Pct. William McGunnigle...............................667 Charlie Dressen.......................................637 Burt Shotton......................................... .598 Leo Durocher......................................... .560 Manager Winning Pct. Walter Alston....................................... .558 Bill Russell............................................. .537 Glenn Hoffman.......................................534 Joe Torre..................................................533 Manager Winning Pct. Jim Tracy................................................. .527 Tommy Lasorda......................................526

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Chuck Crim
BATS: Right Throws: Right Height: 6-0  Weight: 175 Born: July 23, 1961 in Van Nuys CA Resides: Glendale, AZ Appointed: November 13, 2012 OPENING DAY AGE: 51

Bullpen Coach

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Crim enters his first season as bullpen coach and his seventh in the Dodger organization after serving as an amateur scout (2007-08), Rookie-Advanced Ogdens pitching coach (2009), Single-A Great Lakes pitching coach (2010) and Double-A Chattanoogas pitching coach (2011-12)Crim has joined the Dodgers Major League coaching staff as an assistant in the bullpen the last two SeptembersCrims staff at Chattanooga posted a Southern League-best 3.66 ERA in 2011 and was second best in 2012 (3.57) Spent the 2007 and 2008 campaigns as a Dodger amateur scout in the central and southern California regions. Prior to scouting, he served as the head pitching director at SHO-ME Baseball Camp in Branson, Missouri from 1995-2002...Crim was the head baseball coach at Canyon High School in Santa Clarita from 2004-05. coaching staff

Playing Career
Crim enjoyed an eight-year Major League playing career with the Brewers (1987-91), Angels (1992-93) and the Cubs (1994)went 47-43 with 45 saves and a 3.83 ERA in 449 gamesled the American League with 70 appearances in 1988 and 76 games in 1989...as a rookie with the Brewers in 1987, he earned two of the clubs Major League-record 13 wins to start the seasonwas the primary set-up man to Milwaukee closer Dan Plesac to jump-start his career.

Personal
Charles Robert Crim and his wife of 31 years, Deanne, reside in Glendale, AZ. They have two children Cody, 26, and Jacob, 15. After retiring from baseball as a player in 1994, Crim moved to Branson, MO to pursue his pro fishing career. Crim fished on the BASS Tour and Central Pro AM tour from 1995 to 2002 and won a Central Pro AM tournament at Bull Shoals Lake before retiring in 2002 and returning to California. Hobbies include bass fishing, fly fishing, playing the guitar, golf and woodworking. Crim pitched for the University of Hawaii from 1980-82.

Trey Hillman
BATS: Right Throws: Right Height: 5-10 Weight: 180  Born: Jan. 4, 1963 in Amarillo, TX Resides: Liberty Hill, TX Appointed: Nov. 22, 2010 OPENING DAY AGE: 50

Bench Coach

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Hillman is in his third year as Dodger bench coach, fifth year as a Major League coach and 23rd year as a professional baseball coach, having guided teams at the Major League and minor league level as well as in Japan managed the Kansas City Royals from 2008-2010, compiling a 152-207 recordmanaged the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters from 2003-2007, guiding the club to two Japan Series appearances (2006, 2007), the 2006 Japan Series title and Konami Cup championship and three playoff appearances (2004, 2006 and 2007)was named the 2006 Japan Sportsman of the Year by the 2006 Foreign Sportswriters of Japanserved as the Director of Player Development with the Texas Rangers in 2002managed in the New York Yankees minor league system from 1990 to 2001 where he compiled an 855-761 (.529) record, leading his teams to eight winning seasons and four playoff appearancesbegan his managerial career at 27 years old with Oneonta (A) in 1990began his coaching career in 1989 with Class-A Prince Williambegan his non-playing career as a scout in the Cleveland organization from 1987-1988.

Playing Career
Played three seasons in the Cleveland Indians minor league system from 1985-1987 as a middle infielder and third baseman for the Batavia Trojans, Waterloo Indians, Waterbury Indians and Kinston Indianssigned by the Indians as a free agent on June 22, 1985. 42

Personal
Thomas Brad Hillman and his wife, Marie, reside in Liberty Hill, TX, and have two children, son T.J. and daughter Briannaattended and played baseball at the University of Texas-Arlington and was an All-Southland Conference infielder for three seasonshas a bachelors degree in health and sports studiesis a member of the UTArlington Hall of Fame and Southland Conference Hall of Fame and is a Distinguished Alumni Honoree at UTArlingtonparticipated in the 2011 and 2012 Dodgers Dream Foundations Bowling Extravaganza...enjoys playing the guitar, drumming, hunting, fishing and spending time with his family.

TREY HILLMANS MANAGERIAL RECORD


Year Club W-L Pct. Finish 1990 Oneonta-A 52-26 .667 1st 1991 Greensboro-A 73-68 .518 2nd 1992 Greensboro-A 74-67 .525 T-4th 1993 Prince William-A 67-73 .479 3rd 1994 Greensboro-A 71-69 .507 3rd 1995 Greensboro-A 70-70 .500 6th 1996 Tampa-A 84-50 .627 1st 1997 Norwich-AA 73-69 .514 2nd 1998 Norwich-AA 66-76 .465 4th 1999 Columbus-AAA 83-58 .589 1st 2000 Columbus-AAA 75-69 .521 2nd 2001 Columbus-AAA 67-76 .469 2nd 2003 Hokkaido-JPL 62-74-2 .456 5th 2004 Hokkaido-JPL 66-65-2 .504 3rd 2005 Hokkaido-JPL 62-71-3 .466 5th 2006 Hokkaido-JPL 82-54 .603 1st 2007 Hokkaido-JPL 79-60-5 .568 1st 2008 Kansas City 75-87 .463 4th 2009 Kansas City 65-97 .401 T-4th 2010 Kansas City 12-23 .343 Totals (MLB)-3 years 152-207 .423 Totals (MiLB)-12 years 855-771 .526 Totals (JPL)-5 years 351-324-14 .520

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Rick Honeycutt
BATS: Left Throws: Left OPENING DAY AGE: 58 Height: 6-1  Weight: 220 Born: June 29, 1954 in Chattanooga, TN Resides: Ringgold, GA Appointed: Jan. 10, 2006

Pitching Coach

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Enters his eighth season as the Dodgers pitching coach, making him the longest tenured full-time coach on the Dodgers staff...since Honeycutt became the pitching coach in 2006, his staff has posted a Major League-best 3.77 ERA and ranks second in the Majors in strikeouts (8,544) and opponents batting average (.248)last season, Los Angeles ranked second in the NL with both a 3.34 ERA and a .238 opponents batting average, while striking out 1,276 batters, the fourth most in the leagueunder Honeycutts tutelage, Clayton Kershaw (2.53) led the Majors in ERA for the second consecutive season and veteran starters Chris Capuano (3.72) and Aaron Harang (3.61) posted the lowest ERA of their careers in their first year with the club in 2009, his staff led the Major Leagues with a 3.41 ERA...in 2009, the Dodgers also led the Majors in opponents batting average (.233) and finished tied for second with 1,272 strikeouts...the pitching corps had a National League best 3.68 ERA in 2008... in his first season guiding the Dodger pitching staff in 2006, saw the team post the fourth-lowest ERA in the National League at 4.23...spent the 2002-05 seasons as the Dodgers minor league pitching coordinatorstarted in the Dodger organization as a consultant, working with minor league pitchers in 2001has worked closely with some of the most successful young Dodger pitching prospects, including Clayton Kershaw, Chad Billingsley, Kenley Jansen and Javy Guerrawas instrumental in the development of the organizations minor league pitching philosophy of allowing pitchers to pitch in both starting and relief roles during the season.

Playing Career
Pitched 21 seasons in the Major Leagues, including five with the Dodgers (1983-87)appeared in 797 games, the 48th-highest total in Major League historyhis teams reached the postseason seven times, including one World Series winner (1989), and two pennant winners (1988 and 1990) with Oaklandwhile with Texas, led the American League in ERA in 1983 with a 2.42 mark in 25 startsearned a spot on the 1980 and 1983 AL All-Star teamson Aug. 19, 1983 was traded to the Dodgers for Dave Stewart, Ricky Wright and cashoriginally drafted and signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1976was the player to be named later in a deal to Seattle on Aug. 22, 1977 made his big league debut two days later, throwing two scoreless inningsmade his first Major League start in Yankee Stadium on Aug. 31, 1977, allowing three runs in 7.1 innings in a no-decisionearned his first Major League victory on April 7, 1978, defeating Minnesota, 6-3pitched for the Dodgers Division Championship teams in 1983 and 1985made 268 starts in his career, logging 2,160 inningsfinished his career with 109 wins and 38 saves... posted a career-low 2.35 ERA, pitching in a career-high 64 games for Oakland in 1989, when he was 2-2 with 12 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide43

saveswas an All-America first baseman/pitcher at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville after winning the Southeastern Conference batting title with a .404 mark.

Personal
Frederick Wayne Honeycutt and his wife, Debbie, make their home in Georgiathey have two children, Holli (Griffith) and Ricky, and he is the grandfather of three (Haden, Kaylee and Kendall)after his retirement in 1997, Rick spent the next year coaching his sons travel team and attending his daughters Belmont University volleyball gamesHolli has a doctorate in physical therapypurchased a 100-acre ranch in northern Georgia that his wife, Debbie, uses to host a non-profit organization that specializes in hippotherapy for mentally and physically challenged childrenis also involved with the Ronald McDonald House and in October 2010 hosted the 27th Annual Rick Honeycutt Youth Benefit Golf Tournamenthobby is golfin 2006 he was inducted into the Tennessee State Hall of Fame along with NFL greats Richard Dent and D.D. Lewis...on Feb. 19, 2009, was named to the University of Tennessee-Knoxvilles All-Century team...served as the pitching coach for Major League Baseballs 2011 Taiwan All-Star Series.

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RICK HONEYCUTTs CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 1977 Seattle 0-1 4.34 10 3 0 0 0 29.0 26 16 14 7 3 11 17 2 1 1978 Seattle 5-11 4.89 26 24 4 1 0 134.1 150 81 73 12 3 49 50 3 0 1979 Seattle 11-12 4.04 33 28 8 1 0 194.0 201 103 87 22 6 67 83 5 1 1980 Seattle 10-17 3.94 30 30 9 1 0 203.1 221 99 89 22 3 60 79 4 0 1981 Texas 11-6 3.31 20 20 8 2 0 127.2 120 49 47 12 0 17 40 1 0 1982 Texas 5-17 5.27 30 26 4 1 0 164.0 201 103 96 20 3 54 64 3 1 1983 Texas 14-8 2.42 25 25 5 2 0 174.2 168 59 47 9 6 37 56 1 2 Los Angeles 2-3 5.77 9 7 1 0 0 39.0 46 26 25 6 2 13 18 0 1 1984 Los Angeles 10-9 2.84 29 28 6 2 0 183.2 180 72 58 11 2 51 75 1 2 1985 Los Angeles 8-12 3.42 31 25 1 0 1 142.0 141 71 54 9 1 49 67 2 0 1986 Los Angeles 11-9 3.32 32 28 0 0 0 171.0 164 71 63 9 3 45 100 4 1 1987 Los Angeles 2-12 4.59 27 20 1 1 0 115.2 133 74 59 10 2 45 92 4 0 Oakland 1-4 5.32 7 4 0 0 0 23.2 25 17 14 3 2 9 10 1 1 1988 Oakland 3-2 3.50 55 0 0 0 7 79.2 74 36 31 6 3 25 47 3 8 1989 Oakland 2-2 2.35 64 0 0 0 12 76.2 56 26 20 5 1 26 52 6 1 1990 Oakland 2-2 2.70 63 0 0 0 7 63.1 46 23 19 2 1 22 38 1 1 1991 Oakland 2-4 3.58 43 0 0 0 0 37.2 37 16 15 3 2 20 26 0 0 1992 Oakland 1-4 3.69 54 0 0 0 3 39.0 41 19 16 2 3 10 32 2 0 1993 Oakland 1-4 2.81 52 0 0 0 1 41.2 30 18 13 2 1 20 21 0 0 1994 Texas 1-2 7.20 42 0 0 0 1 25.0 37 21 20 4 2 9 18 0 0 1995 Oakland 5-1 2.42 49 0 0 0 2 44.2 37 13 12 5 1 9 21 0 0 NY Yankees 0-0 27.00 3 0 0 0 0 1.0 2 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1996 St. Louis 2-1 2.85 61 0 0 0 4 47.1 42 15 15 3 0 7 30 1 2 1997 St. Louis 0-0 13.50 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 5 3 3 0 0 1 2 1 1 Major League-21 Yrs 109-143 3.72 797 268 47 11 38 2160.0 2183 1034 893 185 50 657 1038 45 23 Dodger Totals-5 Yrs 33-45 3.58 128 108 9 3 1 651.1 664 314 259 45 10 203 352 11 4

Ken Howell Assistant Pitching Coach


BATS: Right Throws: Right Height: 6-3  Weight: 220 Born: Nov. 28, 1960 in Detroit, MI Resides: Farmington Hills, MI Appointed: Nov. 16, 2007 OPENING DAY AGE: 52

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Howell begins a new role in 2013 as assistant pitching coach in his 12th season as a coach and 19th overall in the Dodger organization in his new role as assistant pitching coach, Howell will assist pitching coach Rick Honeycutt and bullpen coach Chuck Crim with their duties while also working with both the Dodger minor league affiliates and pitchers on rehab assignmentsHowell was the Dodgers bullpen coach from 2008-12 and in that time the clubs relievers owned a 3.49 ERA, which was the third-best in the NL in his four seasons as bullpen coach, the Dodgers led the National League with both a .234 opponents batting average and 137 wins while ranking fourth on the circuit with 2,303 strikeouts guided a bullpen in 2010 that boasted two All-Stars, (Jonathan Broxton and Hong-Chih Kuo); the Dodgers were the only big league team with two All-Star relieversit was also the first time in franchise history that the Dodgers had two All-Star relievers in the same season oversaw a bullpen in 2009 that led the Majors with a 3.12 ERA, finishing well ahead of the second-ranked Oakland As (3.46)...spent 2006 and 2007 as the pitching coach for the Triple-A Las Vegas 51s and was a coach for the PCL All-Star Team in 2007 prior to his stint in Las Vegas, spent one season (2005) as the pitching coach for the Double-A Jacksonville Suns, who won the Southern League championshipspent the previous three seasons in the same post for the Single-A 44

Vero Beach Dodgershas international coaching experience and was part of a delegation of Dodger coaches who traveled to Osaka, Japan in 2003, working with the Kinetsu Buffaloes of Japans Pacific Leaguetook part in two fall training camps (2002-03) when the Buffaloes trained in Vero Beach, FL...was asked to help select pitchers for Taiwans 2004 Olympic baseball team and worked with the Dodgers sister team in Taiwan, the Sinon Bulls.

Playing Career
Was a third-round pick by the Dodgers in the June 1982 draftpitched in seven Major League seasons, including five with Los Angeles (1984-88) and two with Philadelphiaappeared in 235 games as a big leaguer, going 38-48 with a 3.95 ERAregistered 31 saves and 549 strikeoutsone of the hardest throwers in baseball, he once struck out 14 consecutive batters in the Dominican Winter League while pitching for Liceywas sent from the Dodgers to the Orioles in the deal in which the Dodgers acquired Eddie Murray on Dec. 4, 1988was traded to the Phillies four days later.

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Personal
Kenneth Howell Jr. and his wife ,Denise, have one son, Kenneth IIIthe couple in January celebrated their 26th wedding anniversaryattended Tuskegee University...in 2008, was required to miss several weeks due to complications with diabetes, that caused the amputation of one of his toes...has worked toward educating others about the disease since learning of his diagnosisenjoys golf, giving pitching lessons and fantasy football.

KEN HOWELLs CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 1984 Los Angeles 1985 Los Angeles 1986 Los Angeles 1987 Los Angeles 1988 Los Angeles 1989 Philadelphia 1990 Philadelphia Major League-7 Years Dodger Totals-5 Years W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 5-5 3.33 32 1 0 0 6 51.1 51 21 19 1 1 9 54 0 0 4-7 3.77 56 0 0 0 12 86.0 66 41 36 8 0 35 85 4 2 6-12 3.87 62 0 0 0 12 97.2 86 48 42 7 3 63 104 4 0 3-4 4.91 40 2 0 0 1 55.0 54 32 30 7 0 29 60 5 1 0-1 6.39 4 1 0 0 0 12.2 16 10 9 0 0 4 12 0 0 12-12 3.44 33 32 1 1 0 204.0 155 84 78 11 2 86 164 21 1 8-7 4.64 18 18 2 0 0 106.2 106 60 55 12 3 49 70 8 0 38-48 3.95 245 54 3 1 31 613.1 534 296 269 46 9 275 549 42 4 18-29 4.04 194 4 0 0 31 302.2 273 152 136 23 4 140 315 13 3

Davey Lopes
BATS: Right Throws: Right OPENING DAY AGE: 67 Height: 5-9  Weight: 175 Born: May 3, 1945 in East Providence, RI Resides: San Diego, CA Appointed: Nov. 22, 2010

First Base Coach

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Begins his third season with the Dodgers as first base coach and baserunning instructor after playing for the team from 1979-82the 2013 season marks his 26th season as a Major League coach (including three as a big league manager) a pair of Dodgers set career highs in steals in 2012 as Shane Victorino (39 SB) and Dee Gordon (32 SB) ranked fourth and eighth, respectively, in the National Leaguemade an instant impact for Los Angeles in 2011 as the teams big league baserunning coach as the Dodgers stolen-base percentage (75.9) was the teams second-best DAVEY LOPES MANAGERIAL RECORD mark since moving to Los Angeles in 1958, trailing the 1962 clubs 82.2 markthe Dodgers ranked fourth in the National Year Club W-L Pct. Finish 3rd League with 126 steals and had the circuits fifth-best stolen 2000 Milwaukee 73-89 .451 2001 Milwaukee 68-94 .420 4th base percentage (126 SB/40 CS) which were both significant 2002 Milwaukee 3-12 .200 6th improvements over the teams 92 steals and 64.8% success Totals - 3 years 144-195 .425 rate in 2010was the Philadelphia Phillies first-base coach and outfield/baserunning instructor (2007-2010) where he won a World Series in 2008in each of his four seasons with the Phillies, he coached the team to the best stolenbase percentage in the Majors, including the best mark in MLB history in 2007 (87.9 percent, 138 for 157)served as a coach on the 2009 NL All-Star Teamin 2008, the Phillies led all NL teams and tied for the Major League lead in outfield assists (36)managed the Milwaukee Brewers (2000-2002), compiling a 144-195 recordwas the first base coach for Washington (2006), San Diego (1995-1999 and 2003-2005), Baltimore (1992-1994) and Texas (1988-1991)managed the Sun Cities Solar Sox in the 1996 Arizona Fall League. LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide45

Playing Career
Was a second-round pick of the Dodgers in 1968spent the first 10 years of his big league career with the Dodgers (1972-1981)was the second baseman of the legendary Dodger infield that played together for a Major League record eight-plus seasons (Steve Garvey first base, Bill Russell shortstop, Ron Cey third base)stole a then Major League record 38 consecutive bases without getting caught in 1975 (Vince Coleman broke the record in 1989). The previous record was set by Pittsburghs Max Carey with 31 straight in 1922led the NL in stolen bases in 1975 (77) and 1976 (63) and ranks second all time in Dodger history (behind Maury Wills, 490) with 413 stolen basesplayed in one Division Series, six League Championship Series and four World Series, winning the 1981 World Series with the Dodgersstole 10 bases in the 1981 postseasonIn Game 4 of the 1981 World Series, was 2-for-5, stole two bases, scored two runs and had two RBI, including the game-winning RBI in an 8-7 victory over the New York Yankeesplayed in four consecutive All-Star Games (1978-1981) and was the top vote-getter in 1980he became the fifth captain in Dodger history in 1978 and served until July 1979 (the previous captains were Pee Wee Reese, Duke Snider, Maury Wills and Willie Davis)won the 1978 NL Rawlings Gold Glove Award at second baseis the Dodgers all-time home run leader for second basemen (98)owns Dodger record for most career leadoff home runs (28)hit a Dodger record seven leadoff home runs in 1979played in more games at second base than anybody in Los Angeles Dodger history (1,150)was the Dodgers Opening Day second baseman seven timesranks 25th all time with 557 stolen basesranks in the top 10 all time in Los Angeles Dodger history in hits (8th, 1,204), at-bats (7th, 4,590), runs (5th, 759), triples (6th, 39), total bases (9th, 1,744) and stolen bases (2nd, 418).

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Personal
David Earl Lopes resides in San Diego, CAhe has a daughter, Vanessawas All-State in baseball and basketball while attending LaSalle Academy (RI)1969 graduate of Washburn University (KS) where he earned NAIA AllAmerican honors in baseball and basketball.

DAVEY LOPES CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 1972 Los Angeles 1973 Los Angeles 1974 Los Angeles 1975 Los Angeles 1976 Los Angeles 1977 Los Angeles 1978 Los Angeles 1979 Los Angeles 1980 Los Angeles 1981 Los Angeles 1982 Oakland 1983 Oakland 1984 Oakland 1984 Chicago (NL) 1985 Chicago (NL) 1986 Chicago (NL) 1986 Houston 1987 Houston Major League-16 years Dodger Totals-10 years AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E .214 11 42 6 9 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 6 4 0 .327 .310 2 .275 142 535 77 147 13 5 6 37 7 6 5 62 77 36 16 .352 .351 11 .266 145 530 95 141 26 3 10 35 10 3 4 66 71 59 18 .350 .383 24 .262 155 618 108 162 24 6 8 41 13 2 2 91 93 77 12 .358 .359 16 .241 117 427 72 103 17 7 4 20 2 2 4 56 49 63 10 .333 .342 19 .283 134 502 85 142 19 5 11 53 6 6 2 73 69 47 12 .372 .406 14 .278 151 587 93 163 25 4 17 58 6 1 0 71 70 45 4 .355 .421 20 .265 153 582 109 154 20 6 28 73 6 3 4 97 88 44 4 .372 .464 14 .251 141 553 79 139 15 3 10 49 9 4 1 58 71 23 7 .321 .344 15 .206 58 214 35 44 2 0 5 17 4 0 3 22 35 20 2 .289 .285 2 .242 128 450 58 109 19 3 11 42 2 3 1 40 51 28 12 .304 .371 15 .277 147 494 64 137 13 4 17 67 4 10 2 51 61 22 4 .341 .423 9 .257 72 230 32 59 11 1 9 36 2 3 1 31 36 12 0 .343 .430 6 .235 16 17 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 5 3 0 .435 .294 0 .284 99 275 52 78 11 0 11 44 1 3 0 46 37 47 4 .383 .444 1 .299 59 157 38 47 8 2 6 22 0 1 2 31 16 17 6 .419 .490 8 .235 37 98 11 23 2 1 1 13 2 1 0 12 9 8 2 .315 .306 0 .233 47 43 4 10 2 0 1 6 0 0 0 13 8 2 1 .411 .349 1 .263 1812 6354 1023 1671 232 50 155 614 74 48 31 833 852 557 114 .349 .388 177 .262 1207 4590 759 1204 165 39 99 384 63 27 25 603 629 418 85 .349 .380 137

DODGER MANAGERS WHO ALSO PLAYED FOR THE FRANCHISE


The Dodgers have had 14 players go on to manage the club in franchise history. They are: Player Played Managed Max Carey .......................................1926-29 ................................. 1932-33 Bill Dahlen ........................ 1899-1903,10-11..................................1910-13 Patsy Donovan ...................1890, 1906-07 ................................1906-08 Leo Durocher ..................... 1938-41, 43, 45 ........................... 1939,46,48 Dave Foutz .................................... 1890-96 ................................ 1893-96 Mike Griffin ....................................1891-98 ...................................... 1898 Burleigh Grimes.............................. 1918-26 ................................. 1937-38 Player Played Managed Glenn Hoffmann ..................................1987 ...................................... 1998 Tommy Lasorda ............................ 1954-55 ............................. 1977-1996 Harry Lumley .................................1904-10 ...................................... 1909 Bill Russell ..................................1969-1986 ................................ 1996-98 Casey Stengel ................................. 1912-17 .................................1934-36 Clyde Sukeforth ..................... 1932-34, 45 .......................................1947 John Monte Ford......................... 1891-92 ................................. 1891-92

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Mark McGwire
BATS: Right Throws: Right Height: 6-5  Weight: 215 Born: Oct. 1, 1963 in Pomona, CA Resides: Irvine, CA Appointed: November 13, 2012 OPENING DAY AGE: 49

Hitting Coach

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Coaching Career
McGwire takes the reins as the Dodger hitting coach after three successful seasons in the same position with the St. Louis Cardinalsduring his time as hitting coach, St. Louis led the NL in batting average (.269), on-base percentage (.337) and batting average with runners in scoring position (.274), ranked second in runs (2,263), fourth in slugging percentage (.416) and third in OPS (.753) in the three-year span the Cardinals ranked second, first and first in the NL the last three seasons in batting average and first in on-base percentage the last two seasonsMcGwires tenure in St. Louis was highlighted by the Cardinals 2011 season, when St. Louis led the NL in batting average (.273), on-base percentage (.341), slugging percentage (.425, T-1st), OPS (.766) and runs scored (762), while striking out a National League-low 978 times en route to a World Series title.

Playing Career
In a 16-year Major League career with the Athletics and Cardinals, McGwire hit 583 home runs (363 with Oakland), the 10th-most in baseball history...in 1998, McGwire broke Roger Maris single-season home run record, set in 1961, of 61 home runs on Sept. 8 against the Chicago Cubs Steve Trachsel McGwire went on to hit 70 home runs that season. He followed that up with 65 homers in 1999...a 12-time Major League All-Star and 1987 Rookie of the Year, McGwire was also named in 1999 to the Major League Baseball All-Century TeamMcGwire also holds records for most home runs by a rookie (49) and career at-bats per home run (10.6)in 1997, he became only the second Major Leaguer, after Babe Ruth, to hit 50 or more homers in consecutive seasons and he became the first player to hit 20 home runs with two different teams in one season, hitting 24 homers for the Cardinals after arriving in a July 31 trade from Oaklandin addition to breaking the single-season home record in 1998, McGwire led all Major Leaguers with a .752 slugging average, second in NL history to Rogers Hornsbys .756 average in 1925he hit a game-winning homer in the ninth inning of Game 3 in 1988 World Series against the Dodgers and helped lead the As to a World Series championship title run in 1989 when Oakland defeated the San Francisco Giants...hit an Oakland record and Major League-leading 52 home runs in 1996, becoming just the 14th player in Major League history to hit 50 home runswas a first-round pick by the As (10th overall selection) in the 1984 First-Year Player Draft out of the University of Southern California...McGwire was The Sporting News National Player of the Year, an All-American and Pac-10 Player of the Year in 1984 at USC, where he played for legendary coach and former Brooklyn Dodger Rod Dedeauxwas also a member of Team USA at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles.

Personal
Mark McGwire resides in Irvine with his wife, Stephanie, and their children, triplet girls Monet, Marlo and Monroe, and brothers Max and Mason. McGwire also has a 25-year-old son, Matt, from a previous marriage.

Mark McgwireS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 1986 Oakland 1987 Oakland 1988 Oakland 1989 Oakland 1990 Oakland 1991 Oakland 1992 Oakland 1993 Oakland 1994 Oakland 1995 Oakland 1996 Oakland 1997 Oakland St. Louis 1998 St. Louis 1999 St. Louis 2000 St. Louis 2001 St. Louis Major League - 16 years AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SF SH HBP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E .189 18 53 10 10 1 0 3 9 0 0 1 4 18 0 1 .259 .377 6 .289 151 557 97 161 28 4 49 118 8 0 5 71 131 1 1 .370 .618 13 .260 155 550 87 143 22 1 32 99 4 1 4 76 117 0 0 .352 .478 9 .231 143 490 74 113 17 0 33 95 11 0 3 83 94 1 1 .339 .467 6 .235 156 523 87 123 16 0 39 108 9 1 7 110 116 2 1 .370 .489 5 .201 154 483 62 97 22 0 22 75 5 1 3 93 116 2 1 .330 .383 4 .268 139 467 87 125 22 0 42 104 9 0 5 90 105 0 1 .385 .585 6 .333 27 84 16 28 6 0 9 24 1 0 1 21 19 0 1 .467 .726 0 .252 47 135 26 34 3 0 9 25 0 0 0 37 40 0 0 .413 .474 4 .274 104 317 75 87 13 0 39 90 6 0 11 88 77 1 1 .441 .685 12 .312 130 423 104 132 21 0 52 113 1 0 8 116 112 0 0 .467 .730 10 .284 105 366 48 104 24 0 34 81 5 0 4 58 98 1 0 .383 .628 6 .253 51 174 38 44 3 0 24 42 2 0 5 43 61 2 0 .411 .684 1 .299 155 509 130 152 21 0 70 147 4 0 6 162 155 1 0 .470 .752 12 .278 153 521 118 145 21 1 65 147 5 0 2 133 141 0 0 .424 .697 13 .305 89 236 60 72 8 0 32 73 2 0 7 76 78 1 0 .483 .746 1 .187 97 299 48 56 4 0 29 64 6 0 3 56 118 0 0 .316 .492 4 .263 1874 6187 1167 1626 252 6 583 1414 78 3 75 1317 1596 12 8 .394 .588 72

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Manny Mota
BATS: Right Throws: Right OPENING DAY AGE: 75 Height: 5-11  Weight: 180 Born: February 18, 1938 in Santo Domingo, D.R. Resides: Santo Domingo, D.R. Appointed: Jan. 1, 1980

Coach

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Coaching Career
Enters his 34th season as a coach with the Dodgers and 2013 will mark his 45th year with Los Angeles after a playing career that spanned parts of 13 seasons from 1969-1980 and 1982...his tenure as a coach is the longest in Los Angeles Dodgers history...begins his 15th campaign assisting and communicating with the Dodgers Latin American players while also coordinating all aspects of opponent charting... began his Dodger coaching career in 1980 when he was named first base coach and batting instructor...was the Dodgers bench coach for the remainder of the 1996 season after Tommy Lasorda announced his retirement on July 29...has participated in five World Series with the Dodgers as a player or coach...has managed nine seasons in the Dominican Winter League ...won league titles with Licey in 1971, 83, and 84...was the Caribbean Series MVP as a player-manager in 1971...was selected the Dominican Winter Leagues Manager of the Year in 1984 while with the Caimanes del Sur...skippered Mexicali to the semifinals of the Mexican Pacific League in 1993.

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Playing career
Hit .304 during his 20-year Major League career with San Francisco (1962), Pittsburgh (1963-68), Montreal (1969) and the Dodgers (1969-80, 82) while becoming baseballs all-time pinch-hit leader with 150, a mark since broken by Lenny Harris and Mark Sweeney...batted .357 off the bench in 1979 and registered 15 pinch hits to surpass Smokey Burgess career Major League record of 144...compiled a .319 (106-for-332) average as a pinch-hitter and a .315 average (605-for-1,923) overall during his career with Los Angeles...retired as a player in 1980, but was activated on Aug. 29 of that year when Reggie Smith went on the DL...had three hits in seven pinch-hit at-bats after returning to baseball for his 19th Major League season at the age of 42...was the first player selected in the 1968 Major League expansion draft by the Montreal Expos...in 1969 appeared in 31 games for Montreal, batting .315 before being traded with Maury Wills to the Dodgers for outfielder-first baseman Ron Fairly and infielder Paul Popovich...selected to the 1973 All-Star squad after leading the NL with a .351 first-half average... with 816 games as a Dodger, ranks fourth in that category among all players born in the Dominican Republic, trailing just Pedro Guerrero, Adrian Beltre and Raul Mondesi.

Personal
Manuel Rafael (Geronimo) Mota and his wife, Margarita, operate a youth baseball league during the offseason and the Manny Mota International Foundation, a non-profit organization which has raised money to build a medical clinic, baseball fields, and a school in the Dominican Republic and helps needy children in the Dominican and United States...the foundation also awards college scholarships and has hosted an annual golf tournament the last seven years...Louis Miguel Lebron Solis became the first player from the foundation little league to sign a pro contract when he did so with the Dodgers in 2004...has broadcasted numerous games for Prime Ticket in Spanish since 2010 and will expand his role as a Spanish language broadcaster for the Dodgers on Prime Ticket Fox Deportes...the Mota family was honored by the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation with the Ray Boone Award as baseballs family of the year on January 16, 2010 served as a guest coach at several Los Angeles high schools during the 2007 season...the Mota family was honored at Los Angeles City Hall on July 7, 2004 by Los Angeles City Councilman Ed Reyes and Council President Alex Padilla...was inducted into the Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum during pregame ceremonies at Dodger Stadium on Aug. 23, 2003...was a recent recipient in the Dominican Republic of the Deportista Meritorio, a lifetime achievement award honoring his baseball career and citizenship...rode on the Dodgers float in the Rose Parade on Jan. 1, 2008 to celebrate the teams 50th anniversary in Los Angeles... he and his wife have eight children: Cecilia, Jose, Andres, Domingo, Manuel, Maria, Rafael, and Tony.

MANNY MOTAS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 1962 San Francisco .176 47 74 9 13 1 0 0 9 1 1 1 7 8 3 1 .253 .189 2 1963 Pittsburgh .270 59 126 20 34 2 3 0 7 0 0 1 7 18 0 2 .313 .333 2 1964 Pittsburgh .277 115 271 43 75 8 3 5 32 11 1 3 10 31 4 1 .309 .384 5 1965 Pittsburgh .279 121 294 47 82 7 6 4 29 5 3 2 22 32 2 2 .330 .384 2 1966 Pittsburgh .332 116 322 54 107 16 7 5 46 4 4 4 25 28 7 7 .383 .472 1 1967 Pittsburgh .321 120 349 53 112 14 8 4 56 5 8 2 14 46 3 2 .343 .441 2 1968 Pittsburgh .281 111 331 35 93 10 2 1 33 10 4 1 20 19 4 2 .320 .332 3 1969 Montreal .315 31 89 6 28 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 6 11 1 3 .358 .348 4 Los Angeles .323 85 294 35 95 6 4 3 30 12 3 1 26 25 5 4 .377 .401 4 1970 Los Angeles .305 124 417 63 127 12 6 3 37 12 2 3 47 37 11 6 .377 .384 5 1971 Los Angeles .312 91 269 24 84 13 5 0 34 9 1 1 20 20 4 3 .361 .398 4 1972 Los Angeles .323 118 371 57 120 16 5 5 48 5 2 5 27 15 4 4 .375 .434 1 1973 Los Angeles .314 89 293 33 92 11 2 0 23 6 2 1 25 12 1 3 .368 .365 0 1974 Los Angeles .281 66 57 5 16 2 0 0 16 5 4 1 5 4 0 0 .328 .316 0 1975 Los Angeles .265 52 49 3 13 1 0 0 10 3 0 2 5 1 0 0 .357 .286 0 1976 Los Angeles .288 50 52 1 15 3 0 0 13 0 1 0 7 5 0 1 .367 .346 0 1977 Los Angeles .395 49 38 5 15 1 0 1 4 2 0 0 10 0 1 1 .521 .500 0 1978 Los Angeles .303 37 33 2 10 1 0 0 6 1 0 0 3 4 0 0 .361 .333 0 1979 Los Angeles .357 47 42 1 15 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 4 0 0 .400 .357 0 1980 Los Angeles .429 7 7 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .429 .429 0 1982 Los Angeles .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 Major League-20 years .304 1536 3779 496 1149 125 52 31 438 95 36 28 289 320 50 42 .355 .389 35 Dodger Totals-13 years .315 816 1923 229 605 66 22 12 226 57 15 14 178 127 26 21 .374 .391 14

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Tim Wallach
BATS: Right Throws: Right OPENING DAY AGE: 55 Height: 6-3  Weight: 220 Born: Sept. 14, 1957 in Huntington Beach, CA Resides: Yorba Linda, CA Appointed: Nov. 22, 2010

Third Base Coach

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Highly respected coach and decorated former Major League third baseman enters his third season as Dodgers third base coachmanaged the Dodgers Triple-A partner the Albuquerque Isotopes in 2009 and 2010 and guided them to a 152-135 (.530) recordguided the Isotopes to the American Southern Division title in 2009 and a franchise-record 80 wins after a three-year absence from the gamewas recognized as the 2009 Pacific TIM WALLACHS MANAGERIAL RECORD Coast League Manager of the Year and also as Baseball Year Club W-L Pct. Finish Americas Best Manager Prospectwas Dodgers 1998 San Bernardino-A 55-85 .393 4th hitting coach from 2004-2005served as hitting 2001 Rancho Cucamonga-A 63-77 .450 4th coach for the Dodgers Single-A San Bernardino club 2009 Albuquerque-AAA 80-64 .556 1st in 1997 and 1998took over managerial duties for San 2010 Albuquerque-AAA 72-71 .503 2nd Bernardino during the final two and a half months of Totals (MiLB)-4 years 270-297 .476 the 1998 campaign coached at his alma mater Cal State University, Fullerton in 2000managed Single-A Ranch Cucamonga in the Angels organization in 2001

Playing Career
Wallach played 17 seasons in the Major Leagues with Montreal (1980-92), Los Angeles (1993-96) and California (1996)batted .257 with 2,085 hits, 260 home runs and 1,125 RBIwas a five-time NL All-Star with Montreal and earned three Rawlings Gold Glove Awards for NL third basemanled the Major Leagues in doubles in 1987 (42) and was the NL leader in 1989 (42) and won two Silver Slugger Awards and is Montreal/Washingtons all-time franchise leader with 1,694 hits, 360 doubles, 905 RBI and 1,767 games.

Personal
Timothy Charles Wallach and his wife of 32 years, Lori, reside in Yorba Linda, CAthe Dodgers drafted each of his three sons; Matt is a catcher in the Dodger organization, Brett pitches in the Chicago Cubs system after a 2010 trade and Chad is a catcher on the Cal State Fullerton baseball teamWallach was an inductee into Cal State Fullertons inaugural Titan Athletics Hall of Fame in 2005received the Ray Boone Family Award at the 2012 Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation banquet in Januarywas elected to the College Baseball Hall of Fame in February 2011won USA Baseballs Golden Spikes Award and The Sporting News College Player of the Year award in 1979 when he led the Titans to the schools first NCAA Division I title.

tim wallachs CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 1980 Montreal .182 5 11 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 .250 .455 0 1981 Montreal .236 71 212 19 50 9 1 4 13 0 0 4 15 37 0 1 .299 .344 1 1982 Montreal .268 158 596 89 160 31 3 28 97 5 4 4 36 81 6 4 .313 .471 23 1983 Montreal .269 156 581 54 156 33 3 19 70 0 5 6 55 97 0 3 .335 .434 19 1984 Montreal .246 160 582 55 143 25 4 18 72 0 4 7 50 101 3 7 .311 .395 21 1985 Montreal .260 155 569 70 148 36 3 22 81 0 5 5 38 79 9 9 .310 .450 18 1986 Montreal .233 134 480 50 112 22 1 18 71 0 5 10 44 72 8 4 .308 .396 16 1987 Montreal .298 153 593 89 177 42 4 26 123 0 7 7 37 98 9 5 .343 .514 21 1988 Montreal .257 159 592 52 152 32 5 12 69 0 7 3 38 88 2 6 .302 .389 18 1989 Montreal .277 154 573 76 159 42 0 13 77 0 7 1 58 81 3 7 .341 .419 18 1990 Montreal .296 161 626 69 185 37 5 21 98 0 7 3 42 80 6 9 .339 .471 21 1991 Montreal .225 151 577 60 130 22 1 13 73 0 4 6 50 100 2 4 .292 .334 14 1992 Montreal .223 150 537 53 120 29 1 9 59 0 7 8 50 90 2 2 .296 .331 15 1993 Los Angeles .222 133 477 42 106 19 1 12 62 1 9 3 32 70 0 2 .271 .342 15 1994 Los Angeles .280 113 414 68 116 21 1 23 78 0 2 4 46 80 0 2 .356 .502 11 1995 Los Angeles .266 97 327 24 87 22 2 9 38 0 4 4 27 69 0 0 .326 .428 5 1996 California .237 57 190 23 45 7 0 8 20 0 0 1 18 47 1 0 .306 .400 8 Los Angeles .228 45 162 14 37 3 1 4 22 0 0 1 12 32 0 1 .286 .333 3 Major League-17 years .257 2212 8099 908 2085 432 36 260 1125 6 77 77 649 1307 51 66 .316 .416 240 Dodger Totals-4 years .251 388 1380 148 346 65 5 48 200 1 15 12 117 251 0 5 .312 .409 34

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Steve Yeager

Catching Instructor

BATS: Right Throws: Right OPENING DAY AGE: 64 Height: 6-0  Weight: 190 Born: Nov. 24, 1948 in Huntington, WV Resides: Chatsworth, CA Appointed: January 15, 2012

Coaching Career
Yeager enters his second season as a catching instructor with the Dodgers and will work with the clubs Major League backstops in both Spring Training and throughout the season at Dodger StadiumYeager will also periodically visit the Dodgers minor league partners and work with their catchers....Yeager previously coached in the Dodgers minor league chain as hitting and catching coach with High-A San Bernardino (1999), Double-A Jacksonville (2005), Triple-A Las Vegas (2006) and High-A Inland Empire (2007). In 2011, Yeager helped coach the catchers at Spring Training at Camelback Ranch - Glendale. He also helped out in the Dodgers minor league system. Yeager managed the Long Beach Breakers of the independent Western Baseball League in 2000 and 2001 and won a championship in 2001. He served as manager of the Long Beach Armada of the Golden Baseball League in 2008. coaching staff

Playing Career
Known as a stellar defensive catcher in his 15-season big league career, Yeager was behind the plate for 1,269 career gameswas part of the 1981 Dodgers World Series Tri-MVP group along with Ron Cey and Pedro Guerrero after hitting .286 with two key home runs and four RBI in the clubs six-game victory over the Yankees...twice led the National League in caught-stealing percentage (1978, 82)Boomer batted .228 with 102 home runs and 410 RBI with 816 hits between the Dodgers (1972-1985) and Seattle Mariners (1986) during the course of his careerwas originally drafted by the Dodgers in the fourth round of the 1967 Amateur Draft.

Personal
Yeager resides in Chatsworth with his wife of 21 years, Charlene. He has three children Stephen, 34, Joshua, 20, and Evan 17. Yeager is a longtime member of the Dodger Alumni Association and has worked on the clubs behalf at many of the Dodgers community events throughout the years. Yeager owns a Jersey Mikes Subs shop in Granada Hills.

Steve yeagerS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 1972 Dodgers 1973 Dodgers 1974 Dodgers 1975 Dodgers 1976 Dodgers 1977 Dodgers 1978 Dodgers 1979 Dodgers 1980 Dodgers 1981 Dodgers 1982 Dodgers 1983 Dodgers 1984 Dodgers 1985 Dodgers 1986 Mariners Major League - 15 years Dodger Totals-14 years AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SF SH HBP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E .274 35 106 18 29 0 1 4 15 1 0 1 16 26 0 0 .374 .406 4 .254 54 134 18 34 5 0 2 10 1 1 3 15 33 1 0 .340 .336 5 .266 94 316 41 84 16 1 12 41 1 3 2 32 77 2 2 .334 .437 5 .228 135 452 34 103 16 1 12 54 9 6 8 40 75 2 5 .298 .347 7 .214 117 359 42 77 11 3 11 35 1 2 7 30 84 3 1 .286 .354 9 .256 125 387 53 99 21 2 16 55 1 3 4 43 84 1 3 .334 .444 18 .193 94 228 19 44 7 0 4 23 0 2 0 36 41 0 0 .301 .276 5 .216 105 310 33 67 9 2 13 41 5 2 0 29 68 1 0 .282 .384 9 .211 96 227 20 48 8 0 2 20 0 1 0 20 54 2 3 .274 .273 7 .209 42 86 5 18 2 0 3 7 0 0 0 6 14 0 0 .261 .337 1 .245 82 196 13 48 5 2 2 18 4 1 1 13 28 0 0 .294 .321 4 .203 113 335 31 68 8 3 15 41 6 1 1 23 57 1 1 .256 .379 10 .228 74 197 16 45 4 0 4 29 1 3 0 20 38 1 2 .295 .310 2 .207 53 121 4 25 4 1 0 9 1 2 0 7 24 0 1 .246 .256 2 .208 50 130 10 27 2 0 2 12 2 1 0 12 23 0 0 .273 .269 0 .228 1269 3584 357 816 118 16 102 410 33 28 27 342 726 14 18 .298 .355 88 .228 1219 3869 347 789 116 16 100 398 31 27 27 330 703 14 18 .299 .358 88

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John Valentin
BATS: Right Throws: Right Height: 6-0  Weight: 170 Born: Feb. 18, 1967 in Mineola, NY Resides: Holmdel, N.J. Appointed: November 13, 2012

Assistant Hitting Coach

OPENING DAY AGE: 46

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Coaching Career
Valentin will enter his sixth season in the Dodger organization and first as assistant hitting coachwas previously the hitting coach for Triple-A Albuquerque (2011-12) and Double-A Chattanooga (2010) and the manager for Double-A Chattanooga (2009) and Single-A Inland Empire (2008)guided Chattanooga to a 65-74 record in 2009 and led Single-A Inland Empire to the playoffs with a Wild Card berth and a 68-73 record in 2008began his coaching career in 2006 as the hitting coach of the Mets Double-A Binghamton team.

Playing Career
Valentin played the majority of his career with the Boston Red Sox as a shortstop from 1992-2001 a veteran of 11 Major League seasons, Valentin is the only player in Major League history to complete an unassisted triple play (July 8, 1994 vs. Seattle Mariners) and hit for the cycle (June 6, 1996 vs. Chicago White Sox)won the American League Silver Slugger award at shortstop in 1995 and belted three homers in the 1999 AL Division Series to lead Boston over the Cleveland Indiansled the AL in doubles in 1997 (47)yielded the reins of shortstop to former Los Angeles Dodger Nomar Garciaparra in 1997, converting to a second baseman and eventually shifting to third base after a season-ending injury to starter Tim Naehring...Valentin spent three more seasons with the Red Sox before ending his career with the Mets in 2002.

Personal
John William Valentin and his wife of 21 years, Marie. live in Holmdel, NJ...they have two children, Justin, 18, and Kendall, 16. Enjoys working out and playing golf.

John ValentinS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 1992 Boston 1993 Boston 1994 Boston 1995 Boston 1996 Boston 1997 Boston 1998 Boston 1999 Boston 2000 Boston 2001 Boston 2002 Mets Major League - 11 years AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SF SH HBP BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E .276 58 185 21 51 13 0 5 25 1 4 2 20 17 1 0 .351 .427 10 .278 144 468 50 130 40 3 11 66 4 16 2 49 77 3 4 .346 .447 20 .316 84 301 53 95 26 2 9 49 4 5 3 42 38 3 1 .400 .505 8 .298 135 520 108 155 37 2 27 102 6 4 10 81 67 20 5 .399 .533 18 .296 131 527 84 156 29 3 13 59 7 2 7 63 59 9 10 .374 .436 17 .306 143 575 95 176 47 5 18 77 5 1 5 58 66 7 4 .372 .499 22 .247 153 588 113 145 44 1 23 73 5 2 9 77 82 4 5 .340 .442 15 .253 113 450 58 114 27 1 12 70 8 1 4 40 68 0 1 .315 .398 14 .257 10 35 6 9 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 2 5 0 1 .297 .457 0 .200 20 60 8 12 2 0 1 5 0 0 1 9 8 0 0 .314 .283 2 .240 114 208 18 50 15 0 3 30 2 0 10 22 37 0 0 .339 .356 10 .279 1105 3917 614 1093 281 17 124 558 42 36 53 463 524 47 31 .360 .454 136

DODGER COACHING STAFF - CAREER EJECTIONS Coach Ejections Last (Umpire) Don Mattingly......................................17 (8 P, 9 M)............................Aug. 16, 2012 (Tschida) Trey Hillman........................................... 9 (8 M, 1 C)............................ June 4, 2012 (Reyburn) Rick Honeycutt...............................2 (All as player).......................... Sept. 30, 1980 (Kunkel) Ken Howell......................................2 (All as player)................................May 16, 1990 (Quick) Davey Lopes..................................12 (4 P, 2 C, 6 M)................................July 12, 2001 (Welke) Mark McGwire...............................12 (All as player)............................... Aug. 16, 2001 (Cuzzi) John Valentin....................................... 1 (As player)................................June 3, 1998 (Welke) Tim Wallach.............................................7 (5 P, 2 C)..............................April 24, 2005 (Cuzzi) Source: RETROSHEET

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Rob Flippo

Bullpen catcher

Rob Flippo begins his 12th season as the clubs bullpen catcher and batting practice pitcher after spending the 2001 season with the organizations Single-A club in Wilmington. Flippo assisted the Waves staff with player development in the bullpen, hitting drills and working with catchers. He participated in the 2011 and 2012 All-Star festivities as a batting practice pitcher for Matt Kemp in the Home Run Derby. He did the same in 2005 for Hee-Seop Choi. The 46-year-old Flippo served as an assistant coach at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington from 19982001, where he was a hitting instructor and outfield and catchers coach while also serving as strength and conditioning coordinator. He also coached at Fresno State University (1996) and the University of South Alabama (1998). He began his coaching career after a minor league playing career as a catcher with the Dodgers Single-A affiliates in Bakersfield, CA and Yakima, WA in 1989-90. A native of Lodi, CA, Flippo graduated from Fresno State University with a bachelors degree in psychology in 1994, before earning a masters degree in physical education from the University of South Alabama (Mobile) in 1998 with an emphasis in exercise physiology. He attended San Joaquin Delta College (1986), where he was a two-year letterman and all-conference selection in 1986 at the University of Pacific (1986-89), he was a two-year letterman, served as team captain and was named Conference Scholar Athlete in 1987. Flippo and his wife of 15 years, Kelly, reside in Kingsburg, CA with their two children Brittony, 25, and Ryan, 12.

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Fumimasa Ishibashi

Bullpen catcher

Fumimasa Ishibashi begins his second season as bullpen catcher for the Dodgers. He was promoted to bullpen catcher on May 11, 2012 after being a Japanese language interpreter and bullpen catcher for the Arizona Rookie League Dodgers. In 2010, he served as a bullpen catcher for then Dodgers Single-A partner the Inland Empire 66ers. The 29-year-old began his playing career for the Japan Samurai Bears of the independent Golden Baseball League in 2005 and played for the 66ers in 2008 and Great Lakes Loons in 2009. Ishibashi played at Pierce College in 2003 and 2004. Ishibashi was born in Gunma Prefecture, Japan. He makes his regular home in Gunma and lives in Glendale, CA during the season. He is single and enjoys reading and watching movies.

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DODGER PITCHING AND HITTING COACHES Pitching Coach Years Rick Honeycutt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-current Jim Colborn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-2005 Claude Osteen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-2000 Charlie Hough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-1999 Goose Gregson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Dave Wallace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-1997 Ron Perranoski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1981-1994 Red Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1969-1980 Harold (Lefty) Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1965-1968 Joe Becker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1955-1965 Note: Other coaches have filled these roles without the official titles. Hitting Coach Years Mark McGwire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-current Dave Hansen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-2012 Jeff Pentland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011 Don Mattingly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-2010 Mike Easler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Bill Mueller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Eddie Murray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-2007 Tim Wallach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-2005 George Hendrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Jack Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-2003 Rick Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-2000 Reggie Smith. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-98 Ben Hines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1985, 1990-93 Manny Mota/Ben Hines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1989 Manny Mota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1980-88 Jim Lefebvre. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1979 Jim Gilliam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1977-78

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Dr. Neal ElAttrache


Head Team Physician
Dr. Neal S. ElAttrache enters his seventh season as the Dodgers head team physician and specializes in sports medicine at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles. The Chicago native has been recognized for his treatment and research of knee, shoulder and elbow injuries and, in addition to his work with the Dodgers, is the clinical instructor for University of Southern California Orthopaedics and serves as an orthopaedic consultant to the Los Angeles Kings, LA Lakers, Anaheim Ducks and St. Louis Rams. He sits on the Board of Directors of KerlanJobe LLC and also serves as Vice-Chairman of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Research Foundation. Dr. ElAttrache received his bachelors degree from the University of Notre Dame and earned his medical degree cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. ElAttrache is married to Tricia and has three daughters, Nicole, Natalie and Eva.

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Sue Falsone
@suefalsone

Head athletic trainer, physical therapist


Sue Falsone, 38, begins her second season as Head Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist and is the first female head athletic trainer in the history of major professional sports. Falsone became the first female physical therapist in the Major Leagues when she was hired by the Dodgers in 2007 and worked in that role through the 2010 season. In addition to being the Dodgers Head Athletic Trainer, Falsone will continue to maintain her role working for Athletes Performance (AP) as the vice president of performance physical therapy and team sports. She spearheads a partnership between the Dodgers and AP, which isheadquartered in Phoenix, AZ. In addition to working with the Dodgers, Falsone (fal-SONY) has spent the past 11 years at AP and is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy (SCS), a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, andis Certified in Orthopedic Manual Therapy of the spine (COMT). Falsone graduated from Daeman College in Buffalo, NY and earned her masters degree in human movement science with a concentration in sports medicine at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. The New York native travels throughout the United States and internationally to speak on a variety of topics. She has also worked with athletes from the NFL, NHL and NBA.

Nancy Patterson Flynn


Assistant Athletic Trainer
Nancy Patterson Flynn enters her fifth season with the Los Angeles Dodger organization and third season as an assistant athletic trainer for the Major League Club. She was the first female athletic trainer in Major League Baseball. Prior to joining the big league club she spent two seasons in the minor leagues with the Chattanooga Lookouts and the Inland Empire 66ers. A native of Yorktown Heights, NY, Flynn earned her bachelors degree in athletic training and clinical exercise science at Ithaca College in New York.She also earned a masters degree at Ithaca College in exercise science with a concentration in sports psychology while completing her graduate assistantship at Cornell University. She is certified by the NATA and NSCA. Flynn resides in Peoria Heights, IL, with her husband Dustin Flynn, who is the athletic trainer for the AHL Peoria Rivermen.

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Greg Harrel

Assistant Athletic Trainer


Greg Harrel, 49, enters his seventh year with the Dodger organization and his second season as an assistant athletic trainer for the Major League club. Harrel served as the clubs Triple-A athletic trainer with Las Vegas (2007-08) and Albuquerque (2009-11) and was appointed as the organizations head minor league athletic trainer in 2008. Prior to joining the Dodger organization, Harrel worked for in the Rangers (1986-2003), Marlins (2004) and Padres (2006) organizations, including one season on Texas Major League staff as an assistant athletic trainer in 2003. Harrel earned his bachelors degree in physical education with a business minor from Central State University (now University of Central Oklahoma). He is a certified athletic trainer and also licensed as an athletic trainer in Oklahoma and New Mexico. He resides in Cashion, Oklahoma with his wife, Michelle, and three children, Ryan, Joshua and Emilie.

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Stephen Downey

Strength & Conditioning Coach


Stephen Downey enters his second season as the Dodgers Major League strength and conditioning coach after spending the previous three years in the same role for Triple-A Albuquerque. Prior to his time with the Isotopes, Downey was the strength coach with Single-A Inland Empire in 2008 and Single-A Great Lakes in 2007. Downey, 32, played college baseball at the University of Central Missouri before graduating in 2005 with a degree in corporate fitness specializing in exercise physiology and kinesiology. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC) for recognizing his professional commitment to strength and conditioning. He and his wife, Rachel, have a son, Woodson.

Brandon McDaniel

Strength & Conditioning Coach


Brandon McDaniel enters his first year as a Major League strength coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He spent the 2012 season with the Albuquerque Isotopes. In 2010-11 McDaniel worked with various groups of the Department of Defense as a contractor with Athletes Performance. Prior to his time working with the DOD, McDaniel spent three years with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization (2007 Gulf Coast Pirates, 08-09 Altoona Curve). McDaniel earned his bachelors degree in exercise science from Wayne State College (Wayne, NE) and his masters degree in human movement from A.T. Still University (Mesa, AZ). He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and registered strength and conditioning coach (National Strength and Conditioning Association) and performance enhancement and corrective exercise specialist (National Academy of Sports Medicine). McDaniel resides in Omaha, NE with his wife, Andrea.

Ichiro Tani

Massage Therapist
Ichiro Tani enters his ninth season on the Dodgers training staff, returning in the role of massage therapist. He came to the Dodgers from the Hanshin Tigers in Japan, where he spent 10 seasons on the clubs medical staff. Prior to his time in Major League Baseball, Tani took part in preseason visits by the Yankees and Devil Rays to Tokyo in 2004. He worked the Japanese All-Star Game in 2003 in Osaka, Japan and the All-Star Series that saw Japan face Major Leaguers in Hyogo, Japan in 1998. A native of Nara, Japan, Tani attended Nara University, where he earned his bachelors degree in industrial sociology. He also attended Morinomiya College of Medical Arts and Sciences. Tani specializes in acupuncture. Tani and his wife, Yoko, reside in Pasadena with their 4-year-old daughter, Haruka.

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Scott Akasaki

Director, Team Travel


Scott Akasaki enters his14thseason with the Dodgers andthird as Director, Team Travel. The previoussix seasons, he was Manager of Team Travel following five seasons in the clubs Asian Operations Department, most recently as the Manager of Japanese Affairs. Akasaki, 36, was the first Asian-American to be named to the post in Major League history and is just the fifth team travel representative for the Dodgers since they moved to Los Angeles in 1958. In his current capacity, Akasaki coordinates all of the Major League clubs travel during Spring Training, the regular season and the postseason. Specifically, he is responsible for Spring Training scheduling, flight negotiations and scheduling, hotel negotiations and booking, game-day ticket requests, as well as bus and equipment truck transportation. He is also in charge of the Major League teams Spring Training home and visiting clubhouses, and team travel budgets. Akasaki also has servedas an interpreter for Japanese Dodger players. In 2008, Akasaki spearheaded the teams trip to Beijing, the teams simultaneous departure from Vero Beach, and the full squads reunion in Phoenix. In 2009, he was instrumental in the clubs move into its new spring home, Camelback Ranch Glendale. In 2010, Akasaki coordinated the Dodgers travel for their multi-city goodwill series to Taiwan during Spring Training. A cum laude graduate of Claremont McKenna College, Akasaki double majored in government and legal studies. He also commits his time to increasing awareness of syringomyelia, a neurological disorder in which tumors or cysts form within the spinal cord. He resides in Pasadena with his wife, Tiffany, and their 2-year-old daughter, Miya.They are expecting their second child in May.

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Mitch Poole

Dodger Clubhouse Manager


Mitch Poole enters his 29th season with the Dodgers and ninth as the Dodgers clubhouse manager. His first job with the Dodgers was as a bat boy, and he served in that capacity from 198488. He then became a clubhouse assistant and remained in that position until 2002, when he was promoted to his current role. Poole has organized the Dodgers clubhouse internationally on three occasions, traveling with the club to Mexico in 2003, China in 2008 and Taiwan in 2010. He also traveled to Taiwan in 2011 as a part of Major League Baseballs Taiwan All-Star Series. Poole lives in West Covina with his wife, Ann, and their daughter, Courtney.

Jerry Turner

Visiting Clubhouse Manager


Visiting Clubhouse Manager Jerry Turner enters his 35th season in the Dodger organization and 23rd as the visiting clubhouse manager. Turner joined the Dodgers in 1978 as a bat boy and became the assistant visiting clubhouse manager in 1980, a job he held until the end of the 1990 season, when he was named to his current position. He is single and resides in Diamond Bar.

Eric Hansen

Assistant Director, Turf and Grounds


Eric Hansen enters his 17th season as the Dodgers Assistant Director of Stadium Operations for Turf & Grounds. Prior to joining the Dodgers, he spent six years as the Field Superintendent for the Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training facility in Dunedin, FL. He was previously the assistant superintendent at Hills of Lakeway Golf Course in Austin, TX from 1988-90. Hansen received a bachelors degree in biological sciences from Southern Illinois University and was a high school teacher and coach for seven years before earning his bachelor of science degree in agronomy from Texas A&M University. He and his wife, Nancy, have one son, Stephen (23), and reside in Shadow Hills, CA.

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MEDICAL GLOSSARY
ABSCESS: an infection, which produces pus; can be result of a blister, callus, wound or laceration. ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK: shock that is caused by an allergic reaction. ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL): a primary stabilizing ligament within the center of the knee joint that prevents hyperextension and excessive rotation of the joint. A complete tear of the ACL necessitating reconstruction could require up to 12 months of rehabilitation. ANTI-INFLAMMATORY: any agent, which prevents inflammation, such as aspirin or ibuprofen. ANTERIOGRAM: a film demonstrating arteries after injection of a dye. ARTHROGRAM: x-ray technique for joints using air and/or dye injected into the affected area; useful in diagnosing meniscus tears of the knee and rotator cuff tears of the shoulder. ARTHROSCOPE: an instrument used to visualize the interior of a joint cavity. ARTHROSCOPY: a surgical examination of the internal structures of a joint by means of viewing through an Arthroscope. An arthroscopic procedure can be used to remove or repair damaged tissue or as a diagnostic procedure in order to inspect the extent of any damage or confirm a diagnosis. ASPIRATION: the withdrawal of fluid from a body cavity by means of a suction or siphonage apparatus, such as a syringe. ATROPHY: to shrivel or shrink from disuse, as in muscular atrophy. AVASCULAR NECROSIS: death of a part due to lack of circulation. BAKERS CYST: localized swelling of a bursa sac in the posterior knee as a result of fluid that has escaped from the knee capsule. A Bakers cyst indicates that there is trauma inside the knee joint that leads to excessive fluid production. BONE SCAN: an imaging procedure in which a radioactive-labeled substance is injected into the body to determine the status of a bone injury. If the bone at the injury sight takes up the radioactive substance, the injury will show a hot spot on the scan image. The bone scan is particularly useful in the diagnosis of stress fractures. BRACHIAL PLEXUS: network of nerves originating from the cervical vertebrae and running down to the shoulder, arm, hand and fingers. BURSA: a fluid-filled sac that is located in areas where friction is likely to occur, then minimizes the friction; for example between a tendon and bone. CAPSULE: an enclosing structure which surrounds the joint and contains ligaments, which stabilize that joint. CAT SCAN: use of a computer to produce a cross-sectional view of the anatomical part being investigated from x-ray data. CELLULITIS: inflammation of cellular or connective tissue. CERVICAL VERTEBRAE: group of seven vertebrae located in the neck. COLLATERAL LIGAMENT: on either side of and acting as a radius of movement, a hinge joint, as of the elbow, knee and wrist. CONCUSSION: jarring injury of the brain resulting in dysfunction. It can be graded as mild, moderate or severe depending on loss of consciousness, amnesia and loss of equilibrium. CONTUSION: an injury to a muscle and tissues caused by a blow from a blunt object. DEGENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE: changes in the joint surfaces as a result of repetitive trauma. DELTOID LIGAMENT: ligament that connects the tibia to bones of the medial aspect of the foot and is primarily responsible for stability of the ankle on the medial side. Is sprained less frequently than other ankle ligaments. DELTOID MUSCLE: muscles at the top of the arm, just below the shoulder, responsible for shoulder motions to the front, side and back. DISC, INTERVERTEBRAL: a flat, rounded plate between each vertebrae of the spine. The disc consists of a thick fiber ring, which surrounds a soft gel-like interior. It functions as a cushion and shock absorber for the spinal column. DISLOCATION: complete displacement of joint surfaces. DUSKY: areas of decreased temperature may indicate arterial compromise and decreased tissue viability. ECCYMOSIS: bleeding into the surface tissue below the skin, resulting in a black and blue effect. EDEMA: accumulation of fluid in organs and tissues of the body; swelling. EFFUSION: accumulation of fluid in various spaces in the body. Commonly, the knee has an effusion after an injury. ELECTROMYOGRAM (EMG): test to determine nerve function. EPICONDYLITIS: inflammation in the elbow due to overuse. ERYTHEMA: inflammatory redness of the skin. EXUDATE: any fluid that has exuded out of a tissue or its capillaries, specifically because of injury or inflammation. FRACTURE: breach in continuity of a bone. Types of fractures include simple, compound, comminuted, greenstick, incomplete, impacted, longitudinal, oblique, stress or transverse. GADOLINIUM MRI: the chemical gadolinium is injected into the joint being studied to enhance the diagnosis image of the structures under investigation. GRADE ONE INJURY: a mild injury in which ligament, tendon, or other musculoskeletal tissue may have been stretched or confused, but not torn or otherwise disrupted. GRADE TWO INJURY: a moderate injury in which musculoskeletal tissue has been partially, but not totally torn which causes appreciable limitation in function of the injured tissue. GRADE THREE INJURY: a severe injury in which tissue has been significantly, and in some cases totally, torn or otherwise disrupted causing a virtual total loss of function. HEMATOMA: tumor-like mass produced by an accumulation of coagulated blood in a cavity. ILLIOTIBIAL BAND: a thick, wide fascial layer that runs from the iliac crest to the knee joint and is occasionally inflamed as a result of excessive running.

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INFLAMMATION: the bodys natural response to injury in which the injury site might display various degrees of pain, swelling, heat, redness and/or loss of function. LABRUM: an edge, rim or lip-shaped structure found in the shoulder joint. LIGAMENT: band of fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone or bone to cartilage and supports and strengthens joints. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI): imaging procedure in which a radio frequency pulse causes certain electrical elements of the injured tissue to react to this pulse and through this process a computer display and permanent film establish a visual image. MRI does not require radiation and is very useful in the diagnosis of soft tissue, disc and meniscus injuries. MENISCECTOMY: an intra-articular surgical procedure of the knee by which all or part of the damaged meniscus is removed. MENISCUS: crescent-shaped cartilage, usually pertaining to the knee joint; also known as cartilage. There are two menisci in the knee, medial and lateral. These work to absorb weight within the knee and provide stability. METACARPALS: five long bones of the hand running from the wrist to the fingers. METATARSALS: five long bones of the foot, running from the ankle to the toes. PATELLA TENDINITIS: inflammation of the patellar ligament; also known as jumpers knee. PATELLOFEMORAL JOINT: articulation of the kneecap and femur. Inflammation of this joint can occur through: 1) acute injury to the patella, 2) overuse from excessive running particularly if there is an associated knee weakness, 3) chronic wear and tear of the knee, 4) as a result of poor foot mechanics. Patellofemoral irritation can lead to chondromalancia, which in its most chronic condition, could require surgery. PHLEBITIS: inflammation of a vein. PLICA: fold of tissue in the joint capsule and a common result of knee injury. POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (PCL): a primary stabilizing ligament of the knee that provides significant stability and prevents displacement of the tibia backward within the knee joint. A complete tear of this ligament necessitating reconstruction could require up to 12 months of rehabilitation. RECONSTRUCTION: surgical rebuilding of a joint using natural, artificial or transplanted materials. ROTATOR CUFF: comprised of four muscles in the shoulder area that can be irritated by overuse. The muscles are the supraspinatus (most commonly injured), infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis. ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME: a microtrauma or overuse injury caused by stress, and the four stages are: 1) tendinitis with temporary thickening of the bursa and rotator cuff; 2) fiber dissociation in the tendon with permanent thickening of the bursa and scar formation; 3) a partial rotator cuff tear of less than one cm and 4) a complete tear of one cm or more SCAPULA: shoulder blade. SCIATICA: irritation of the sciatic nerve resulting in pain or tingling running down the inside of the leg. SCIATIC NERVE: major nerve that carries impulses for muscular action and sensations between the low back and thigh and lower leg; it is the longest nerve in the body. SHIN SPLINT: a catch-all syndrome describing pain in the shin that is not a fracture or tumor and cannot be defined otherwise. SPONDYLITIS: inflammation of one or more vertebrae. SPONDYLOLISTHESIS: forward displacement of one vertebra over another below it due to a developmental defect in the vertebrae. SPONDYLOSIS: abnormal vertebral fixation or immobility. SPRAIN: injury resulting from a stretch or twist of the joint and causes various degrees of stretch or tear to the muscle or tendon tissue. STRAIN: injury resulting from a pull or torsion to the muscle or tendon that causes various degrees of stretch or tear to the muscle or tendon tissue. STRESS FRACTURE: a hair-line type break in a bone caused by overuse. STRESS X-RAY: a continual x-ray taken when a portion of the body is stressed to its maximum in order to determine joint stability. This is a test utilized in some ankle injuries. SUBLAXATION: partial dislocation of a joint. The term usually implies that the joint can return to its normal position without formal reduction. TARSALS: a group of seven bones of the foot consisting of the calcaneus, talus, cuboid and three cuneiform bones. TENDINITIS: inflammation of the tendon and/or tendon sheath, caused by chronic overuse or sudden injury. TENDON: tissue that connects muscle to bone. THORACIC OUTLET COMPRESSION SYNDROME: a neuro-vascular disorder of the upper extremity common in throwing. TOMOGRAPH: a special type of x-ray apparatus that demonstrates an organ or tissue at a particular depth. TRANSVERSE PROCESS: small lateral projection off the right and left side of each vertebra that functions as an attachment site for muscles and ligaments of the spine. TRIANGULAR CARTILAGE: a connective tissue characterized by its nonvascularity and firm consistency; located on the little finger side of the wrist. ULNAR NERVE: nerve in the elbow commonly irritated by excessive throwing. WRIST:the junction between the two forearm bones (radius and ulna) and the eight wrist bones (trapezium, capitate, hamate, pisiform, trequetral, lunate and scaphoid).

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2013 Dodgers

Two-time All-Star outfielder Andre Ethier became the first Dodger to hit 30 or more doubles in six consecutive seasons last year. Ethier is the longest tenured Dodger and ranks among the all-time L.A. Dodger leaders in doubles (231, 5th), on-base percentage (.362, 5th), batting average (.290, 7th) and RBI (535, 10th).

Ames

Steve Ames

right-handed pitcher

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 210 Opening Day Age: 25 ML Service: 0.000 Born: March 15, 1988 in Vancouver, WA Resides: Spokane, WA Acquired: Selected in the 17th round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft

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Career Highlights
R  ight-handed reliever enters his fifth professional season and is 6-8 with a 1.93 ERA and 55 saves in 140 career relief appearancesadded to the Dodgers 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2012 H  as limited opponents to a .216 batting average in his career with 236 strikeouts and just 35 walks in 172.2 innings H  as posted a sub-3.00 ERA in each of his four professional seasons and allowed only eight home runs in 140 career appearances N  amed a 2012 Double-A Southern League All-Star and an MiLB.com Organization All-Star, posting a 3-3 record with 18 saves and a 1.56 ERA in 54 relief appearances with Chattanooga S  elected to play in the 2011 Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Game at the conclusion of his AFL season with the Salt River Rafters T  ied for seventh in the Single-A Midwest League with 16 saves in 18 opportunities in 2010did not allow a home run and struck out 44 in 28.1 innings in 23 appearances with the Loons that season M  ade his professional debut with Rookie-advanced Ogden in 2009 and posted a 2.10 ERA in 17 relief appearanceslimited opponents to a .192 batting average with 47 strikeouts in 30.0 innings O  riginally selected by the Dodgers in the 17th round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft out of Gonzaga University

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2012
W  ent 3-3 with a 1.56 ERA and 18 saves in a team-leading 54 relief appearances with Double-A Chattanoogahis 18 saves in 21 opportunities ranked fourth in the Dodger organization  Selected as a Southern League All-Star and tossed 0.2 scoreless innings in the contest L  imited opposing hitters to a .222 batting average with 72 strikeouts and just 13 walks in 63.1 innings allowed just 12 extra-base hits, including two homers, and posted a 1.03 WHIP  Held right-handed hitters to a .177 batting average, a .205 on-base percentage and .234 slugging percentage A  llowed just two runs in 32.0 innings (0.56 ERA), while going 3-1 with 14 saves in 27 appearances after the All-Star breaklimited opposing hitters to a .167 batting average in the second half  Did not allow a run in 13 consecutive appearances (14.2 IP) from June 21-July 21 W  on the Dodger Pride Award for Chattanooga in August, when he posted a 0.64 ERA (1 ER/14.0 IP) and limited opponents to a .146 average with 18 strikeoutsalso posted a sub-1.00 ERA in May (0.61 ERA) and July (0.69 ERA)

2011
W  ent 2-2 with a 2.06 ERA and .236 opponents batting average in 43 combined games with Double-A Chattanooga and Single-A Rancho Cucamongapromoted to Chattanooga on May 13  Struck out 69 and walked only 13 in 48.0 innings  Combined to limit right-handed hitters to a .233 average (24-for-103)

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W  on the April Dodger Pride Award for Rancho Cucamonga, posting a 1.64 ERA (2 ER/11.0 IP) with 18 strikeouts and six saves in 11 appearances  Following the season, pitched for the Salt River Rafters of the Arizona Fall League

2010
 P osted a 2.30 ERA in 26 combined games with Single-A Great Lakes and Rookie-level Arizona  Ranked second on Single-A Great Lakes with a 2.54 ERA (8 ER/28.1 IP) and 16 saves in 23 relief appearances L  imited opposing hitters to a .196 batting average (21-for-107) with 44 strikeouts in 28.1 innings with the Loons  Did not allow an earned run (one unearned) in eight home games (11.2 IP) at Dow Diamond O  pened the season with the AZL Dodgers, tossing 3.0 scoreless frames before his June 29 promotion to Great Lakes AMES

2009
P  osted seven saves with Rookie-advanced Ogden to tie for the organizational lead among the short-season clubswent 1-1 with a 2.10 ERA in 17 games in his first pro season  Limited the opposition to a .192 average, including a .167 mark (12-for-72) by right-handed hitters  Struck out 47 in 30.0 innings, an average of 14.1 per nine innings W  on the Dodger Pride Award for Ogden for July, when he posted no record, four saves and a 0.69 ERA (1 ER/13.0 IP) in seven games.

Personal
Steven C. Amesattended the Dodgers Winter Development Program in 2012 and 2013played one season for Gonzaga (2009) after transferring from Columbia Basin College, where he played in 2007-2008...in 2009 at Gonzaga, went 8-2 with three complete games and a 3.91 ERA in 15 games (14 starts)...led the team in complete games, tied for the lead in wins, and ranked second with 70 strikeouts in 96.2 innings...in 2008 at Columbia Basin College, named All-Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges First Team after going 6-4 with two saves and a 1.88 ERA...recorded 90 strikeouts in 86.1 innings...in 2007, earned All-NWAACC Second Team honors after posting a 4-1 record with three saves and a 1.38 ERAattended Hudsons Bay High School in Washington selected by the Dodgers in the 17th round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft and signed by Hank Jones.

steve ameS CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2009 Ogden 2010 Great Lakes AZL Dodgers 2011 Chattanooga Rancho Cucamonga 2012 Chattanooga Minor League-4 years W-L 1-1 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-3 6-8 ERA 2.10 2.54 0.00 2.48 1.17 1.56 1.93 G 17 23 3 28 15 54 140 GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 7 16 0 5 9 18 55 IP 30.0 28.1 3.0 32.2 15.1 63.1 172.2 H 20 21 2 32 10 52 137 R 7 9 0 10 3 11 40 ER 7 8 0 9 2 11 37 HR 2 0 0 3 1 2 8 HB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB 6 3 0 11 2 13 35 SO WP 47 3 44 2 4 0 41 2 28 1 72 1 236 9 BK 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 AVG .192 .196 .182 .260 .182 .222 .216

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the 17th round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

WHAT CONSTITUTES A ROOKIE SEASON?


The Baseball Writers Association of America considers a player a rookie unless during the previous season or seasons he has (1) exceeded 130 at-bats or 50.0 innings pitched in the major leagues, or (2) accumulated more than 45 days on the active roster of a Major League club during the 25-man limit that is in effect from Opening Day through Aug. 31.

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BECKETT

Josh Beckett
right-handed pitcher
Career Highlights

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 225 Opening Day Age: 32 M.L. Service: 11.030 Born: May 15, 1980 in Spring, TX Residence: Boerne, TX Acquired: In a nine-player trade with the Boston Red Sox on Aug. 25, 2012

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V  eteran right-hander enters his second season with Los Angeles after he was acquired from Boston in a nineplayer trade in August...has pitched in 11 big league seasons with the Marlins (2001-05), Red Sox (2006-12) and Dodgers (2012) R  anks fourth among active pitchers (min. 1,400 IP) with an average of 8.34 strikeouts per 9.0 innings in his career P  laces sixth in the Majors with 106 wins since the start of the 2005 seasonwon a career-high 20 games with the Red Sox in 2007 S  elected to three American League All-Star teams (2007, 2009, 2011) and picked up the win for the AL in the 2007 Midsummer Classic R  anks sixth in the Majors with 1,616 strikeouts since the start of the 2003 seasonjoins CC Sabathia as the only pitchers to record at least 100 strikeouts in each of the last 11 seasons since 2002has fanned at least one batter in each of his 307 career Major League games (since Sept. 4, 2001), the longest active streak in the Majors and the second longest to begin a career since 1900 after Dwight Goodens streak of 349 games from April 7, 1984-Sept. 3, 1997 H  as gone 7-3 with a 3.07 ERA and three complete-game shutouts in 14 games (13 starts) in postseason play, winning two championships (2003 Marlins and 2007 Red Sox) and earning honors as the 2003 World Series MVP (1-1, 1.29 ERA vs. NYY) and 2007 American League Championship Series MVP (2-0, 1.93 ERA vs. CLE) his three complete-game shutouts in the playoffs tied Mordecai Brown (1906-10) and Whitey Ford (1950-64) for second most all time, one behind Christy Mathewson (1905-13)is 2-1 with a 1.16 ERA in three World Series starts A  mong pitchers with at least 85.0 postseason innings pitched, ranks second with a .198 opponents average (67-for-338), has the third-lowest WHIP (0.94) and the 10th-best winning percentage (.700, 7-3) H  as thrown at least 100.0 innings and made 20 or more starts in each of the last 11 seasons beginning in 2002, one of just four big leaguers to reach those marks P  itched for Boston from 2006-2012 and ranks fifth on the franchises all-time strikeouts list with 1,108 in 194 starts for the Red Soxhis .605 winning percentage is the eighth-best mark in Red Sox history (min. 140 decisions) M  ade his Major League debut on Sept. 4, 2001, allowing just one hit in 6.0 scoreless innings and picking up the win in an 8-1 win over the Cubs  Originally selected by the Marlins in the first round (2nd overall) of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft

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2012
W  ent a combined 7-14 with a 4.65 ERA in 28 starts with the Red Sox and Dodgersacquired by Los Angeles on Aug. 25 as a part of a nine-player trade, the largest in Dodger history P  osted at least 100.0 innings and 20 or more starts for the 12th consecutive season, joining CC Sabathia, Derek Lowe and Mark Buehrle as the only pitchers to do so W  ent 2-3 with a 2.93 ERA (14 ER/43.0 IP) in seven starts as a Dodgerheld opponents to one earned run in four of his seven startsaveraged 8.0 strikeouts per 9.0 innings (38 SO/43.0 IP) with Los Angeles

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P  osted a 2-0 record and a 1.50 ERA (3 ER/18.0 IP) in three starts at Dodger Stadium R  anked 15th in the NL with a 2.65 September ERA (11 ER/37.1 IP), going 2-2 in six starts I  ncluding two Interleague starts, went 3-4 with a 2.97 ERA (19 ER/57.2 IP) in nine combined starts against NL opponents S  uffered a career-long five-game losing streak from July 20-Aug. 27, going 0-5 with a 7.17 ERA (30 ER/37.2 IP) in seven starts

MOST STRIKEOUTS PER 9.0 INNINGS, ACTIVE PLAYERS (MIN. 1400 IP) Player SO/9 1. Johan Santana............................ 8.83 2. Jake Peavy...................................8.74 3. Justin Verlander..........................8.42 4. Josh Beckett.......................... 8.34

BECKETT

H  ad a streak of 80.1 innings without allowing a homer, including a career-high stretch of 12 consecutive homerless starts from May 15-Aug. 8 (76.1 IP)...the 12 consecutive homerless starts matched the longest single-season streak by a Red Sox pitcher in the last 64 years (Mel Parnell, 14, June 29-Sept. 11, 1948)...was the longest streak overall by a Red Sox hurler since Derek Lowe went 16 straight from June 28, 1998-June 5, 2002, including the first 12 starts of 2002

2011
W  ent 13-7 in 30 starts to lead the Red Sox and ranked among AL leaders in ERA (2.89, 5th), opponent average (.211, 3rd), WHIP (1.03, 4th), winning percentage (.650, 7th), strikeout-per-walk ratio (3.37, 11th)his ERA, average against and WHIP were the lowest marks in his 10 full MLB seasons A  lso topped the Sox in innings (193.0) and quality starts (20) and was second in wins (13), starts (30) and strikeouts (175) H  alved his ERA from 2010 (5.78), becoming the first Red Sox pitcher ever to shave his ERA by as many as 2.89 runs from one season to the next with at least 125.0 innings for the club in each year R  anked sixth in the AL with a .186 (75-for-403) opponents average against left-handers, the second-lowest mark by a qualifying Red Sox starter in 30 years after Pedro Martinezs 2000 season (.150)was also sixth in the AL in opponent average with RISP (.193) S  elected to his third career All-Star team (also: 2007 and 2009) via the Player Ballot, but did not appear in the game H  eld opponents to a Major League-low .187 average (72-for-385) in the first half and ranked third in the AL with a 2.27 ERA (28 ER/111.0 IP) and sixth with a .727 winning percentage (8-3) at the All-Star break H  is 2.27 first-half ERA was the best by a qualifying Sox starter since 2001 (Pedro Martinez, 2.26)his .187 opponent average was third lowest by a Sox starter before the break since 1946, best since 2000 (Martinez, .164) A  llowed five runs or less in each of his first 28 starts of the season, the longest such streak to begin a campaign by a Red Sox pitcher since Alex Ferguson did it in his first 28 starts of 1924his six runs allowed on Sept. 21 snapped a streak of 35 starts allowing five runs or less dating back to Aug. 25, 2010it was the longest streak by a Red Sox since Bill Monbouquettes 41-gamer from June 28, 1964-July 16, 1965 T  ossed the Sox only complete-game shutout of the year, a one-hitter in Bostons 3-0 win at Tampa Bay on June 15, his 10th career complete game and fifth shutout B  oston went 20-10 in his startsled Sox starters with a career-high 10 no-decisionstied for the ML lead with six no-decisions in which he allowed one run or less and eight no-decisions in which he allowed two runs or less  Collected his 1,000th strikeout as a member of the Red Sox on Sept. 16 vs. Tampa Bay H  ad a 1.00 ERA (4 ER/36.0 IP) in six May starts, the best mark by a Red Sox pitcher with at least 25.0 innings in May since 2000 (Pedro Martinez, 0.86) and the lowest ERA by a Red Sox in any full month (min. 25.0 IP) since September 2003 (Martinez, 0.82) H  eld opponents to fewer hits than innings pitched in 11 straight starts from May 4-July 3, two shy of the teams single-season record, set by Babe Ruth in 1916allowed one run or less in five straight starts from May 4-24, the longest such streak of his career and the longest by a Red Sox pitcher since Derek Lowe, July 17-Aug. 8, 2002 D  id not surrender a home run over a career-high seven straight starts from May 4-June 4, the longest such streak of the season by a Red Soxthrew a career-high eight straight quality starts from May 9-June 15, the longest stretch on the team in 2011went 4-1 with a 1.51 ERA (9 ER/53.2 IP) in that time P  itched at least 6.0 innings while allowing five hits or less in nine straight starts from May 14-July 3, the longest such streak in Red Sox historymatched the longest streak of its kind by an AL right-hander since 1919 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide63

D  id not allow a run over a career-high 19.1 innings from April 27- May19, including a career-high three straight scoreless starts from May 9-14also had a 16.0-inning scoreless streak from June 9-28 and a 14.0-inning run from July 8-23 BECKETt F  anned a season-high 11 batters on July 3 at Houston to become the first Red Sox with at least 11 Ks and no walks in an outing since Pedro Martinez on July 7, 2003 at New York (11 K) W  as 2-0 with a 0.78 ERA (2 ER/23.0 IP) in three starts against the Rays, the best single-season mark against the club (min. 20.0 IP) by a Major Leaguer since Pedro Martinez in 2003 (0.55)allowed just an infield single in each of his first two starts against Tampa Bay, both at Tropicana Field (9.0 IP on 6/15 and 8.0 IP on July 17)was the first pitcher since 1925 with consecutive starts against an opponent of 8.0+ innings and no more than one combined hit and walk allowed (Brooklyns Dazzy Vance, Sept. 8 and Sept. 15 vs. PHI)

2010
W  ent 6-6 with a career-high 5.78 ERA with Boston as he was limited to 127.2 innings over 21 starts due to injury with his fewest wins (6) and strikeouts (116) since 2002 M  ade second consecutive Opening Day start on April 4 vs. the Yankees, the fifth Opening Day nod of his career (also made three with the Marlins from 2003-05)allowed five runs over 4.2 innings but did not factor in the 9-7 victory H  ad a stretch of 10 straight undefeated starts (4-0) beginning Sept. 12, 2009, the second-longest undefeated streak of his career after an 11-game run from April 4-June 8, 2007 L  anded on the 15-day disabled list with a lower back strain on May 19 and transferred to the 60-day DL on July 16did not receive a decision while posting a 4.50 ERA (4 ER/8.0 IP) over two rehab starts with Triple-A Pawtucket on July 11 and July 17activated from the disabled list on July 23  Went 5-5 with a 4.94 ERA (45 ER/82.0 IP) in his final 13 games after returning from the DL T  ossed a season-high 8.0 innings in a 3-1 win against the Indians at Fenway Park on Aug. 3, allowing one run on a season-low three hits with no walks and eight strikeoutsretired the final 14 batters he faced beginning with the second out of the fourth inningejected in the bottom of the eighth during an on-field incident, his first career ejection F  anned Torii Hunter in the opening frame on Aug. 19 vs. the Angels for his 1,400th career strikeout in his 242nd Major League outingbecame the third-fastest pitcher since 2000 to reach 1,400 strikeouts, after only A.J. Burnett (237th game on Aug. 7, 2009) and Jake Peavy (222nd game on May 8, 2010)

2009
S  elected to his second All-Star team and went 17-6 in 32 starts for Boston, while establishing career highs in innings (212.1), strikeouts (199) and complete games (4) R  anked among AL leaders in complete games (4, T-3rd), wins (17, T-4th), strikeouts per 9.0 innings (8.43, 5th), strikeouts (6th), innings (9th), opponent batting average (.244, 9th) and fewest walks per 9.0 innings (2.33, 9th)  Went 8-1 with a 2.69 ERA (29 ER/97.0 IP) in 14 starts following a Sox lossthe team was 11-3 in those contests I  n 16 home starts, went 10-1 with a 3.59 ERA (43 ER/107.2 IP)took only home loss on Aug. 23 vs. the Yankees, his 12th start of the year at Fenway Parkwas first Red Sox hurler to go undefeated in his first 11 home starts to begin a season since Curt Schilling in 2004 (11) W  as Bostons Opening Day starter on April 7 against Tampa Bay, his first Opening Day nod for the Red Sox and fourth overalltossed 7.0 innings of two-hit, one-run ball with 10 strikeouts and earned the 5-3 winthe 10 strikeouts were the most by a Sox pitcher on Opening Day since Pedro Martinez fanned 11 at Seattle on April 4, 2000 S  erved a five-game suspension (reduced from six) April 19-24 as result of on-field incident that occurred on April 12 at Angel Stadium P  osted a 2.17 ERA (31 ER/128.1 IP) while going 12-2 over 18 starts from May 5-Aug. 12, tops in the AL and third in the Majors in that span behind San Franciscos Tim Lincecum (1.98) and Los Angeles Clayton Kershaw (2.00)  Earned AL Player of the Week honors for July 6-12, going 2-0 with a 1.15 ERA (2 ER/15.2 IP) in two starts T  ossed a complete-game, three-hit shutout to earn the 100th career Major League win, a 6-0 Sox victory on July 12 vs. Kansas City E  ntered the All-Star break with an 11-3 record in 18 starts, tied for the Major League lead with 11 winsjoined Tim Wakefield as the seventh pair of teammates ever to share their leagues lead at that point in the season Atlantas Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux were the last to do it with 12 each in 1998 F  inished fifth among AL starters in the Players Balloting to earn an All-Star selection, but did not pitch in the Midsummer Classic on July 14 in St. Louis 64

 Tossed a Boston season-high 18.0 consecutive scoreless innings from Aug. 1-12  Belted his third career homer on June 14 at Philadelphia, a sixth-inning leadoff shot off J.A. Happ S  tarted Game 2 of the ALDS at Angel Stadium against the Angelstagged with the loss, yielding four runs over 6.2 framessnapped a personal six-game postseason win streak over eight starts dating back to Game 6 of the 2003 World Series

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2008
W  ent 12-10 in 27 starts with Bostonled the Red Sox and finished eighth in the American League with 172 strikeouts while walking only 34 batters, ranking third in the Majors with a 5.06 strikeout-to-walk ratio missed time with two stints on the disabled list  Averaged 8.88 strikeouts per 9.0 innings, second in the AL behind only Torontos A.J. Burnett (9.39) R  anked ninth in the AL with 1.76 walks per 9.0 inningstied with teammate Paul Byrd and Clevelands Cliff Lee for the second fewest walks of any AL hurler with at least 170.0 innings W  alk total of 34 marked lowest single-season tally since issuing 11 free passes in 24.0 innings over four games with Florida in 2001, his first season at the Major League level H  ad the fourth-lowest road ERA in the AL with a 2.85 mark (32 ER/101.0 IP) in 15 road starts compared to a 5.65 ERA (46 ER/73.1 IP) in 12 outings at Fenway Parkoverall, went 7-5 on the road and 5-5 at home P  laced on the 15-day DL on March 25 (retroactive to March 19) with a lower back strainmissed Bostons opening series in Japanreinstated April 6 S  truck out a career-high 13 in a 3-0 loss at Tampa Bay on April 27, tied for the Major Leagues highest singlegame total of 2008recorded each of first six outs via strikeouts and fanned eight through 3.0 frames  Collected career strikeout No. 1,000, fanning Brandon Inge on May 8 at Detroit T  ossed fifth career complete game (8.0 IP) on July 19 at Angel Stadium, but took the 4-2 lossdid not allow a run until a seventh-inning leadoff homer by Vladimir Guerrero L  anded on the 15-day disabled list again on Aug. 28 (retroactive to Aug. 18) with right elbow inflammation reinstated Sept. 5 and made four starts, going 1-1 with a 2.16 ERA (6 ER/25.0 IP) to close out the season D  espite injuries, started three games in the postseason and went 1-0 with an 8.79 ERA (14 ER/14.1IP), starting Game 3 of the ALDS against the Angels and Games 2 and 6 of the ALCS against Tampa Bay

2007
S  elected as the Red Sox Pitcher of the Year by the Boston Chapter of the BBWAA and named to his first AllStar team after leading the Majors with a career-high 20 wins T  abbed as the Major League Starting Pitcher of the Year in fan voting on MLB.comalso chosen as one of four starting pitchers on Baseball Americas Major League All-Star Team F  inished second in BBWAA Cy Young Award votingreceived 86 points (8, 1st; 14, 2nd; 4, 3rd), trailing only Clevelands CC Sabathia (119 points) R  ecorded 20th win in 29th start on Sept. 21 at Tampa Bay, the fewest starts to reach 20 victories since Chris Carpenter in 2005 (28) and fewest for an AL pitcher since Pedro Martinez with the Sox in 1999 (25)  Went 20-7 in 30 startsranked second in the AL with a .741 winning percentage and had sixth-lowest ERA at 3.27 A  lso placed among AL leaders in strikeouts/walks ratio (4.85, 3rd), fewest baserunners allowed per 9.0 innings (10.50, 4th), fewest walks per 9.0 innings (1.79, 6th), strikeouts (194, 7th), opponent batting average (.245, 7th), strikeouts per 9.0 innings (8.70, 7th) and fewest home runs per 9.0 innings (0.76, 10th)  Held opponents to a .207 clip with runners in scoring position (37-for-179), second lowest in the AL P  osted the lowest road ERA in the Majors at 2.18 (22 ER/90.2 IP)tied for the AL lead (T-2nd in Majors) with 11 road wins (also: Los Angeles John Lackey) R  ed Sox scored 147 runs while he was in the game, eighth most in the Majorsthe club averaged 6.59 runs per 9.0 innings when he was on the mound, the fourth-highest Major League mark E  arned the win in Bostons home opener for the second straight year, tossing 7.0 innings of one-run ball with eight strikeouts on April 10 vs. Seattlebecame first Red Sox pitcher to win back-to-back home openers since Dennis Eckersley in 1979-80 V  oted Red Sox Player of the Month for April, going 5-0 with a 2.48 ERA (9 ER/32.2 IP) in five startstied club record for wins in April, matching Babe Ruth (1917) and Pedro Martinez (2000) LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide65

W  on each of his first seven games with a 2.51 ERA (13 ER/46.2 IP)became just the sixth pitcher in franchise history to win at least his first seven starts in a seasonBabe Ruth (1917), Dave Ferriss (1945) and Roger Moret (1973) share the club record with wins in their first eight contests to begin a season BECKETt T  ook a no-decision on May 13 against Baltimore, going only 4.0 innings and leaving the game after tearing skin on his right middle fingerplaced on the disabled list on May 19 (retroactive to May 14) and missed two starts activated on May 29 W  as 9-0 through 11 starts before taking the loss on June 14 vs. Coloradowas the sixth Red Sox hurler ever to win at least his first nine decisions of a season, the first since Roger Clemens began a club-record 14-0 in 1986 N  ine-game win streak (April 4-June 8) also marked a career high and tied for second longest in the Majors in 2007, behind Oaklands Dan Haren (10, April 18-July 1) C  arried a 12-2 record into the All-Star break, just the 18th time that a Red Sox pitcher has recorded at least 12 wins before the break (Derek Lowe, 2002) N  amed to his first All-Star team and earned the win for the AL in the Midsummer Classic on July 10 in San Francisco, fanning two over 2.0 scoreless relief frames  His lone complete game in the regular season was an eight-inning defeat on July 25 at Cleveland W  ent 4-0 with a 1.20 ERA (4 ER/30.0 IP) in four postseason starts, tying for the third most all-time wins in a single postseasonhis ERA tied for the fifth lowest among pitchers with at least 30.0 innings in one postseasonstruck out 35, tied for eighth most ever in a postseason, and permitted just two walks S  truck out eight in a four-hit shutout of the Angels in Game 1 of the ALDS on Oct. 3 at Fenway Park, becoming the eighth pitcher in postseason history to throw complete-game shutouts in consecutive starts (also Game 6 of 2003 WS vs. NYY)was the seventh complete-game shutout in Red Sox postseason history, the first since Luis Tiant in Game 1 of 1975 World Series E  arned ALCS MVP honors, winning both starts vs. Cleveland with a 1.93 ERA (3 ER/14.0 IP)issued four hits and two runs in 6.0 innings for a 10-3 Game 1 victory at Fenway Park on Oct. 12allowed first-inning run to end postseason scoreless streak at 18.0 framessaved Boston from elimination with a 7-1 win in Game 5 on Oct. 18 at Jacobs Field, permitting five hits and a run in 8.0 innings I  n the World Series, won his third straight series opener, 13-1, over Colorado at home on Oct. 24issued one run in 7.0 innings with nine strikeouts

2006
L  ed the Red Sox in wins (16), starts (33) and innings (204.2) in his first year with the clubposted a 16-11 record with a 5.01 ERA in 33 starts  Ranked among AL leaders in opponents batting average (.245, 4th), starts (T-6th) and wins (T-8th)  Held right-handed hitters to a .238 batting average (93-for-390) W  on seven of his first eight decisions and carried a 10-3 record into Julybecame the Majors first 13-game winner on July 24 at Oakland W  ent a perfect 4-0 with a 2.83 ERA (9 ER/28.2 IP) in four Interleague starts, holding NL opponents to a .165 batting average K  nocked his second career home run on May 20 at Philadelphia, a solo homer off Brett Myers in the seventh inning  Walked a career-high nine batters on Aug. 19 vs. the Yankees

2005
W  ent 15-8 in 29 starts in his final season with the Marlins, ranking among NL leaders in strikeouts per 9.0 innings (8.36, 9th), opponents batting average (.234, 9th), winning percentage (.652, T-9th) and ERA (3.38, 11th) A  llowed three earned runs or less in 23 of his 29 startssurrendered two earned runs or fewer in 19 outings, including each of his final five starts from Sept. 3-23 when he went 3-0 with a 2.25 ERA (8 ER/32.0 IP) W  ent 10-2 with a 2.47 ERA (25 ER/91.0 IP), a .205 opponents batting average and two complete games (one shutout) in 14 home startshad the third-lowest home ERA against NL qualifiers and second-lowest home batting average P  laced on the disabled list from June 15-29 with blister on right middle finger and July 6-22 with a strained left oblique

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F  ollowing the season, was traded to the Red Sox on Nov. 24 with third baseman Mike Lowell and right-hander Guillermo Mota in exchange for infielder Hanley Ramirez and righthanders Anibal Sanchez, Jesus Delgado and Harvey Garcia

MLB WINS LEADERS SINCE 2005 Player WINS 1. CC Sabathia...................................137 2. Roy Halladay.................................132 3. Justin Verlander............................124 4. Dan Haren..................................... 113 5. Cliff Lee........................................ 108 6. Josh Beckett............................ 106

2004
M  ade 26 starts for Florida despite three different stints on the disabled list, going 9-9 with a 3.79 ERA T  ossed first career regular-season complete game, a six-hit shutout in a 5-0 Marlins win on Aug. 31 against the New York Mets

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L  imited opposing hitters to a .235 batting average, the ninthlowest mark in the NL (min. 150.0 IP)held right-handers to a .192 mark (57-for-297)  Was at his best with runners in scoring position, limiting hitters to a .239 batting average (34-for-142) M  ade three trips to the disabled listplaced on the 15-day disabled list with a blister on his right middle finger on May 31 and reinstated on June 17made the start that day but left the game with a strained lower back and landed back on the disabled list on June 24 (retroactive to June 18)reinstated on July 5 and started that game vs. Pittsburgh, suffering a skin tear on his right middle fingerplaced on the disabled list again on July 6 and reinstated on July 30

2003
C  ompleted second full Major League season, going 9-8 with a 3.04 ERA, and earned World Series MVP honors, helping the Marlins beat the Yankees in six games  Struck out seven or more in 14 of his 23 startsnotched a season-high 11 strikeouts on Sept. 14 vs. Atlanta  Tallied a 2.55 ERA (25 ER/88.1 IP) after the All-Star break, the eighth-best mark in the NL  Made first career Opening Day start in a loss on March 31 vs. Philadelphia (2.2 IP, 7 R, 2 ER)  Placed on the disabled list on May 8 with a right elbow sprainreinstated July 1 N  amed MVP of the Marlins World Series win over the Yankeeswent 1-1 with a 1.10 ERA (2 ER/16.1 IP) and 19 strikeouts in two World Series startstossed a complete-game, five-hit shutout in the Marlins decisive 2-0 Game 6 win on Oct. 25 at New Yorkpitching on three days rest, became the first pitcher since Minnesotas Jack Morris in 1991 to go the distance in a deciding World Series game (19th ever)was also the youngest pitcher (23 years, 5 months, 10 days) to win a deciding World Series game since Kansas Citys Bret Saberhagen (21 years, 6 months, 16 days) in 1985 W  ent 2-2 with a 2.11 ERA (10 ER/42.2 IP) and two complete-game shutouts in six postseason contests (five starts)recorded 47 strikeouts, tied for second most in a single postseason (also Randy Johnson in 2001 and Cliff Lee in 2010) behind Curt Schillings 56 in 2001  Hurled a two-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts to win NLCS Game 5 against the Cubs on Oct. 12

2002
 In his first full Major League season, went 6-7 with a 4.10 ERA in 23 games (21 starts) for the Marlins S  truck out 113 and walked just 44 in 107.2 inningsranked fifth with an average of 9.45 strikeouts per 9.0 innings among NL pitchers with more than 100.0 innings pitched  Limited opposing batters to a .232 average, including a .218 mark against right-handers B  lister on right middle finger landed him on the disabled list three times: April 29-May 13, June 5-July 15 and Aug. 23-Sept. 10 W  ent 2-2 with a 2.90 ERA (16 ER/49.2 IP) in his first eight outings, April 6-May 24, but was 4-5 with a 5.12 mark (33 ER/58.0 IP) over his final 15 games (13 starts), May 29-Sept. 29  Fanned 11 or more twice: April 23 vs. Houston (11) and July 21 vs. Montreal (13)

2001
M  ade his Major League debut in September, going 2-2 with a 1.50 ERA in four starts, and earned Marlins Rookie of the Year honors from the South Florida Chapter of the BBWAAalso selected as Floridas Minor League Player of the Year  Recalled by the Marlins from Double-A Portland on Sept. 1 and made four starts with the big league club LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide67

M  ade his Major League debut on Sept. 4 against the Cubs, allowing just one hit and walking three over 6.0 innings while fanning five in Floridas 8-1 winat the time, just the fourth Marlins starter to win his big league debut C  ombined to go 14-1 with a 1.54 ERA (24 ER/140.0 IP) in 26 games (25 starts) between Double-A Portland and Single-A Brevard County BECKETt H  onored as the Sportsticker and Baseball Weekly Minor League Pitcher of the Year and USA Today, Baseball America and The Sporting News Minor League Player of the Year L  abeled as Floridas top prospect and No. 3 overall by Baseball Americain annual voting of league managers by Baseball America, was rated as the Eastern Leagues and Florida State Leagues best pitching prospect, and his fastball and breaking pitch were dubbed the FSLs best N  amed the organizations Minor League Pitcher of the Month in April (2-0, 0.00 ERA, 46 strikeouts), June (3-0, 1.03 ERA, 35 strikeouts) and August (5-0, 1.02 ERA, 57 strikeouts) E  arned Pitcher of the Week honors in his league three timestwice in the Florida State League with Brevard County, April 5-15 (1-0, 0.00 ERA) and April 30-May 6 (2-0, 0.00 ERA)also received the accolade in the Eastern League for Aug. 13-19 (1-0, 1.93)  Named a Florida State League All-Star but did not play due to June 14 promotion to Portland T  ossed 7.0 innings in a combined no-hitter on Aug. 13 with Portland at Binghamton (Brandon Bowe and Aaron Scheffer also pitched in the game)

2000
I  n his pro debut with Single-A Kane County, was rated by Midwest League managers as having the leagues best fastball in Baseball Americas Best Tools survey H  ad two trips to the disabled list, April 17-May 29 and Aug. 16 through the end of the season, suffering from right shoulder tendinitis  Pitched in the All-Star Futures Game in Atlanta on July 9, tossing 1.0 inning with one walk and one strikeout

AMATEUR HIGHLIGHTS
Graduated from Spring (TX) High Schoolwas named USA Todays High School Pitcher of the Year as a senior in 1999 after going 10-1 with a 0.46 ERAselected as the Texas 5-A Player of the Year as both a junior and a seniorwas 13-2 with a 0.39 ERA his junior yeartabbed as the top high school prospect in the country by Baseball America

PERSONAL
Joshua Patrick Beckettresides in Boerne, Texas with his wife, Holly, and daughter, Ryann Rosethe couple is expecting a second child this spring...since 2007, has hosted the Beckett Bowl in Boston, which benefited the Josh Beckett Foundation and Childrens Hospital Bostonparticipated in Make-A-Wish program in Boston in both 2008 and 2011launched a charity wine event in 2010 with the proceeds benefitting the Josh Beckett Foundationwas honored by Childrens Hospital Boston with the 2009 Champions for Children Awardunveiled the Josh Beckett Treatment Room at Childrens Hospital Boston in early 2009 and has visited patients and made donations to the hospitalnominated for The Sporting News Good Guy Award in 2002 while with the Marlins was active with both the Red Sox Foundation and Florida Marlins Community Foundation, including sponsoring the Josh Beckett Baseball Tournament while with the Marlinsbecame the first high school pitcher to be selected in the first round by the Marlinswas the first high school right-hander to be selected as high as No. 2 in the draft since Montreal took Bill Gullickson with the second pick in 1977.

JOSH BECKETTs CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Team Kane County FLORIDA Portland Brevard County FLORIDA Jupiter GCL Marlins FLORDIA Carolina Jupiter FLORIDA FLORIDA BOSTON BOSTON BOSTON BOSTON BOSTON Pawtucket W-L 2-3 2-2 8-1 6-0 6-7 1-0 0-0 9-8 0-0 0-0 9-9 15-8 16-11 20-7 12-10 17-6 6-6 0-0 ERA 2.12 1.50 1.82 1.23 4.10 0.00 4.50 3.04 4.50 0.00 3.79 3.37 5.01 3.27 4.03 3.86 5.78 4.50 G 13 4 13 13 23 1 1 24 1 1 26 29 33 30 27 32 21 2 GS 12 4 13 12 21 1 1 23 1 1 26 29 33 30 27 32 21 2 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 59.1 24.0 74.1 65.2 107.2 6.0 4.0 142.0 4.0 3.0 156.2 178.2 204.2 200.2 174.1 212.1 127.2 8.0 H 45 14 50 32 93 4 5 132 4 2 137 153 191 189 173 198 151 7 R ER 18 14 9 4 16 15 13 9 56 49 0 0 2 2 54 48 2 2 0 0 72 66 75 67 120 114 76 73 80 78 99 91 89 82 4 4 HR 4 3 8 0 13 0 0 9 1 0 16 14 36 17 18 25 20 2 HB 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 6 7 10 5 9 7 8 0 BB 15 11 19 15 44 1 1 56 0 0 54 58 74 40 34 55 45 1 SO WP 61 1 24 1 102 1 101 1 113 5 12 0 7 1 152 6 7 0 5 0 152 5 166 5 158 11 194 3 172 5 199 3 116 3 7 0 BK 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 AVG .214 .161 .191 .145 .232 .174 .294 .246 .182 .267 .235 .234 .245 .245 .256 .244 .292 .226

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2011 BOSTON 2012 BOSTON LOS ANGELES Major League-12 years Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-5 years

13-7 5-11 2-3 132-95 2-3 17-4

2.89 5.23 2.93 3.91 2.93 1.85

30 21 7 307 7 45

30 21 7 304 7 43

1 0 0 10 0 0

1 0 0 5 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

193.0 146 127.1 131 43.0 43 1892.0 1751 43.0 43 224.1 149

65 62 75 74 16 14 886 822 16 14 55 46

21 16 5 213 5 15

9 5 0 70 0 6

52 175 38 94 14 38 575 1753 14 38 52 302

6 4 1 58 1 4

0 0 0 3 0 3

.211 .266 .257 .244 .257 .189

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JOSH BECKETTS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2001 Marlins 2002 Marlins 2003 Marlins 2004 Marlins 2005 Marlins 2006 Red Sox 2007 Red Sox 2008 Red Sox 2009 Red Sox 2011 Red Sox 2012 Red Sox Dodgers Totals AVG .286 .032 .152 .159 .153 .429 .182 .000 .200 .000 .200 .000 .136 G 4 23 24 26 29 2 3 2 2 2 2 7 126 AB 7 31 46 44 59 7 11 6 5 5 5 16 242 R 1 0 3 2 5 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 15 H 2 1 7 7 9 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 33 2B 1 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 RBI 0 0 3 2 6 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 16 SH 2 5 5 9 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 27 SF 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 HP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 1 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 SO 1 21 14 18 17 2 1 3 3 1 3 9 93 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .286 .032 .170 .196 .239 .429 .182 .000 .200 .000 .200 .000 .170 SLG .429 .065 .196 .182 .254 .857 .273 .000 .800 .000 .200 .000 .211

JOSH BECKETTs CAREER POSTSEASON PITCHING RECORD


2Year Team 2003 NLDS: FLA vs. SF NLCS: FLA vs. CHC WS: FLA vs. NYY 2007 ALDS: BOS vs. LAA ALCS: BOS vs. CLE WS: BOS vs. COL 2008 ALDS: BOS vs. LAA ALCS: BOS vs. TB 2009 ALDS: BOS vs. LAA Postseason Totals LDS Totals LCS Totals WS Totals W-L 0-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 7-3 1-2 4-0 2-1 ERA 1.29 3.26 1.10 0.00 1.93 1.29 7.20 9.64 5.40 3.07 2.93 4.22 1.16 G 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 14 4 7 3 GS 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 13 4 6 3 CG SHO 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 7.0 19.1 16.1 9.0 14.0 7.0 5.0 9.1 6.2 93.2 27.2 42.2 23.1 H 2 11 8 4 9 6 9 13 5 67 20 33 14 R 1 7 2 0 3 1 4 10 4 32 9 20 3 ER 1 7 2 0 3 1 4 10 4 32 9 20 3 HR 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 5 0 11 2 9 0 HB 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 4 1 2 1 BB 5 2 5 0 1 1 4 2 1 21 10 5 6 SO WP 9 1 19 0 19 0 8 1 18 1 9 0 6 0 8 0 3 0 99 3 26 2 45 1 28 0 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG .087 .162 .148 .129 .180 .231 .375 .342 .208 .198 .196 .212 .198

JOSH BECKETTs CAREER ALL-STAR PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV 2007 AL (Red Sox) 1-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2009 AL (Red Sox) Did Not Play 2011 AL (Red Sox) Did Not Play Totals 1-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 IP 2.0 2.0 H 1 1 R 0 0 ER 0 0 HR 0 0 HB 0 0 BB 0 0 SO WP 2 0 2 0 BK 0 0 AVG .143 .143

JOSH BECKETTs CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: 1, June 15, 2011 at TB 9.0 (6 times), last: June 15, 2011 at TB 2.0, Sept. 11, 2002 at PHI 9 (2 times), last: May 7, 2010 at NYY Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 13, April 27, 2008 at TB 9, Aug. 19, 2006 vs. NYY 9 games, April 4-June 8, 2007 5 games, July 20-Aug. 27, 2012

JOSH BECKETTs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .953 G 307 PO 122 A 206 E 16 TC 344 DP 11

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Florida in the first round (second overall) in the 1999 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Boston with Mike Lowell (3B) and Guillermo Mota (RHP) from Florida for Hanley Ramirez (SS), Anibal Sanchez (RHP), Jesus Delgado (RHP) and Harvey Garcia (RHP) on Nov. 24, 2005 A  cquired by Los Angeles with Carl Crawford (OF), Adrian Gonzalez (1B) and Nick Punto (INF) from Boston for Ivan De Jesus (INF), James Loney (1B), Allen Webster (RHP) and two players to be named later (RHP Rubby De La Rosa and INF/OF Jerry Sands) on Aug. 25, 2012

DISABLED LIST
April 29-May 14, 2002 (blister on right hand) June 5-July 16, 2002 (blister on right hand) Aug. 23-Sept. 11, 2002 (blister on right hand) May 8-July 1, 2003 (mild right elbow sprain) May 31-June 17, 2004 (blister on right hand) June 18, 2004-July 5, 2004 (strained lower back) July 6-July 30, 2004 (blister on right hand) June 15-30, 2005 (blister on right hand) July 6-23, 2005 (strained left oblique) May 14-29, 2007 (blister on hand hand) March 19-April 6, 2008 (back spasms) Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 2008 (right elbow inflammation) May 19-July 23, 2010 (lower back strain) June 12-30, 2012 (right shoulder inflammation)

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BELISARIO

Ronald Belisario
right-handed pitcher
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 240 Opening Day Age: 30 M.L. Service: 2.151 Born: December 31, 1982 in Maracay, Venezuela Resides: Maracay, Venezuela Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Jan. 13, 2009

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Career Highlights
E  nters his fourth Major League season, having pitched in 196 games, compiling a 15-5 record with three saves and 171 strikeouts in 197.0 innings pitched  Among National League relievers since 2009, owns the 13th-best ERA (min. 175.0 IP) with a 3.06 mark R  anks ninth in the NL since 2009 with a 1.16 WHIP and has limited opposing hitters to a .210 batting average (4th, NL)his 6.9 hits allowed per nine innings is fifth best (min. 175.0 IP) S  ince coming up to the big leagues in 2009, has been one of baseballs premier ground-ball inducing relief pitchers with the fourth-highest groundball percentage in the Majors (73.6 percent) and third highest in the NL (min. 175.0 IP) F  inished third in the voting for The Sporting News 2012 NL Comeback Player of the Year after tying for the Major League lead with eight wins as a reliever, going 8-0 with a 2.54 ERA in his team-leading 68 relief appearanceshis eight wins were the most by a Dodger reliever since Guillermo Motas eight in 2004 R  anked among the NL relief leaders in 2012 in ERA (2.54, 17th), holds (23, T-11th), opponents batting average (.187, 5th), WHIP (1.07, 14th), innings pitched (71.0, T-15th) and groundball percentage (80.0, 3rd)  Did not pitch professionally during the 2011 campaign...spent the entire season on the Dodgers restricted list  In 2010, ranked fifth among NL relievers with a 75.4 ground-ball percentage W  as the Dodgers best rookie in 2009 after making the club out of Spring Training and ranked third on the squad with 69 appearances, despite missing a month of the season due to an injured right elbowthe 69 appearances were the fourth most by a rookie in Dodger franchise history H  is 2.03 ERA in 2009 ranked fifth among all NL relievers and second among all big league rookies  Named to the Baseball Digest 2009 All-Star Rookie Team M  ade his Major League debut on April 7, 2009 at San Diego, tossing a scoreless inning of relief W  on his first big league game with a scoreless inning of relief on April 30, 2009 vs. San Diegoearned his first Major League save on June 29, 2010 at San Francisco by retiring the only batter he faced, Buster Posey, to close out the Dodgers 4-2 victory O  riginally signed by the Marlins as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 2, 1999 HIGHEST WINNING PCT., 2012 MLB RELIEVERS Player WIN PCT 1. Nate Jones, CWS............ 1.000 (8-0) 2. Ronald Belisario, LAD.... .889 (8-1) 3t. Darren ODay, BAL........... .875 (7-1) 3t. James Russell, CHC.......... .875 (7-1) 5. Rex Brothers, COL........... .800 (8-2)

year-by-year

2012
F  inished third (12 votes) in the balloting for The Sporting News Comeback Player of the Year behind winner and San Francisco catcher Buster Posey (31) and second-place Washington first baseman Adam LaRoche (29) T  ied for the Major League lead with eight wins as a reliever (Rex Brothers and Nate Jones), going 8-1 with a 2.54 ERA in his team-leading 68 relief appearancesalso led the club with 71.0 innings pitched as a relieverhis eight wins were the most by a Dodger reliever since Guillermo Motas eight in 2004 R  anked among the NL relief leaders in ERA (2.54, 17th), holds (23, T-11th), opponents batting average (.187, fifth), WHIP (1.07, 14th), innings pitched (71.0, T-15th) and ground ball percentage (80.0, third)  Limited right-handed hitters to a .142 batting average (21-for-148) 70

 Allowed 13 of 31 inherited runners to score W  as at his best at home, going 4-1 with a 1.69 ERA (7 ER/37.1 IP) in 37 appearances at Dodger Stadiumlimited opponents to a .165 batting average at home P  itched in the ninth inning on 15 occasions and allowed just one earned run (three total runs) in 14.0 innings (0.64 ERA) H  eld first batters to a .190 batting average (12-for-63) with 12 strikeouts and just five walks D  id not allow an earned run (one unearned run) in 20.0 innings over 17 appearances from Aug. 17-Sept. 21posted a 1.20 ERA (2 ER/15.0 IP) in 12 August appearances P  osted a 1.53 ERA in 29 first-half appearances, the thirdbest mark among NL relievers P  icked up his only save of the season with 1.2 scoreless innings on Aug. 29 at Colorado.was only his third career save (last: Sept. 29, 2010 at Colorado) R  einstated to the Dodger roster on May 5 after serving his season-opening 25-game suspension  Following the season, made five appearances for the Bravos de Margarita of the Venezuelan Winter League Ronald Belisario signs an autograph for a fan during the Dodgers FanFest on May 19, 2012. BELISARIO

2011
 Pitched in the Venezuelan Winter League in the offseason and went 1-2 with a 5.16 ERA and five saves in 23 games  Did not pitch professionally during the 2011 campaign...spent the entire season on the Dodgers restricted list

2010
C  ompleted his second big league season, going 3-1 with a 5.04 ERA in 59 gamesalso picked up two saves in four opportunities Allowed  just seven of 31 inherited runners to score (22.6%), which was the 12th-best mark in the National League (min. 50.0 IP and 30 IR) F  ared better at home, posting a 2.37 ERA (8 ER/30.1 IP) and limiting opposing hitters to a .179 batting average (19-for-106) in 26 games, while allowing 23 runs in 25.0 innings (8.28 ERA) and a .324 opponents batting average (33-for-102) in 33 road games W  ent 1-0 with two saves and a 2.41 ERA (5 ER/18.2 IP) in 22 games against NL West opponentslimited hitters to a .200 batting average (13-for-65) in divisional games  Limited first batters faced to a .170 average (9-for-53) with 13 strikeouts and just four walks G  ot off to a late start after being placed on the restricted list from March 26 to April 20 after a visa issue delayed his arrival to Spring Training...reported to Camelback Ranch - Glendale on March 28, five weeks after the Feb. 20 report date for pitchers and catchers W  as reinstated from the restricted list on April 21 and made his 2010 debut by firing a perfect seventh inning at Cincinnatiinitially struggled, allowing 12 runs over 15.0 innings (7.20 ERA) in his first 16 appearances of the season R  eturned to form over 19 appearances from May 28 to July 5, posting a 1.31 ERA (3 ER/20.2 IP) and limiting opponents to a .219 batting average (16-for-73)missed the next 29 games after being placed on the restricted list from July 7 to Aug. 9 due to personal issues S  truggled after his second reinstatement from the restricted list, posting a 7.32 ERA (16 ER/19.2 IP) over his last 24 games E  arned his first Major League save on June 29 at San Francisco by retiring the only batter he faced, Buster Posey, to close out the Dodgers 4-2 victory  Allowed one hit over 3.0 scoreless innings in the longest appearance of his career on July 5 against Florida S  truck out Ryan Braun with the bases loaded on Aug. 26 at Milwaukee to pick up his second victory of the year with only 0.1 innings pitched in the Dodgers 7-1 win F  ollowing the season, pitched for the Bravos de Margarita of the Venezuelan Winter Leaguewon the leagues Closer of the Year Award, posting a 1.00 ERA (2 ER/18.0 IP) in 17 games and going a perfect 14-for-14 in save opportunities

2009
 Made his first Opening Day roster in 2009 and became a key cog in the Dodgers bullpen, appearing in 69 games, LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide71

which ranked third on the club...the 69 games were the fourth most by a Dodger rookie in franchise history F  inished the year with a record of 4-3 and a 2.04 ERA, which ranked fifth among all NL relievers and second among all big league rookies (Andrew Bailey, 1.84) BELISARIO S  igned by the Dodgers as a minor league free agent on Jan. 13 and then made just four Spring Training appearances, striking out four in 6.0 innings of work...was assigned to minor league camp on March 6, but ended up rejoining the big league club on March 30...was delayed coming to Arizona due to visa issues  Made his Major League debut on April 7 at San Diego, tossing a scoreless inning  Walked 29 batters and struck out 64...allowed just 52 hits in 70.2 IP (.201)  P osted a 1.59 ERA at home and a 2.45 mark on the road...was 4-0 at Dodger Stadium  Right-handers managed just a .157 average (25-for-159)...that mark ranked fifth among all NL relievers  Pitched without a days rest 19 times and posted a 0.96 ERA in those games Was  impressive against NL West opponents, posting a 2.48 ERA and limiting those clubs to a .209 average against him B  atters were 1-for-18 against him when the count ran full...hitters were a paltry 18-for-128 (.141) when he got two strikes on them  Held first batters to a .143 mark and the opposition hit just .174 with runners in scoring position W  as dominant over 29 games in the months of May and June...posted a 1.20 ERA (4 ER/30.0 IP) and limited batters to a .179 average over that time  Fired a scoreless inning on April 30 vs. San Diego and earned his first Major League win P  laced on the disabled list on July 8 with a strained right elbow and ended up missing 28 games...at the time of his injury, led the staff with 43 appearances  Reinstated from the DL on Aug. 8 and went 3-0 with a 1.21 ERA (3 ER/22.1 IP) in 26 games the rest of the way

2008
W  ent 4-4 with a team-leading nine saves and a 4.74 ERA (30 ER/57.0 IP) in 38 games for Double-A Altoona struck out 36 batters and walked 25  Finished 21 games and was 9-for-14 in save opportunities as the teams primary closer  Was placed on the disabled list in April with a tooth infection and then again in May with a hand injury  Went 2-0 with a 3.80 ERA in 20 games during the Venezuelan Winter League for Leones de Caracas

2007
 Converted from a starter to a reliever following his elbow injury  Appeared in a combined 37 games for Double-A Altoona and Single-A Lynchburg in the Pirates organization A  ppeared in 18 games out of the pen for Altoona and 19 for Lynchburgposted a combined ERA of 3.96 (26 ER/59.0 IP) in the 37 contests  Named to the Pirates 40-man roster in November

2005-06
 Missed both seasons due to Tommy John Surgery  Became a free agent and signed with the Pirates on Nov. 9, 2006

2004
 Pitched for Single-A Jupiter and Double-A Carolinamade 15 starts for Carolina, going 3-5 with a 5.55 ERA R  ated by Baseball America as the 12th-best prospect in the Marlins organization prior to the seasonselected to the Marlins 40-man roster LoWEST Opp. BATTING AVG., 2012 NL RELIEVERS Player Opp. AVG 1. Craig Kimbrel............................... .126 2. Aroldis Chapman........................ .141 3. Kenley Jansen........................ .146 4. Sergio Romo............................... .185 5. Ronald Belisario..................... .187

2003
P  itched for Single-A Greensboro and then was promoted to Single-A Jupiterwent a combined 6-3 in 16 games (12 starts)

2002
P  itched for Single-A Kane County in the Midwest League and went 6-5 with a 3.46 ERA in a career-high 22 starts (23 games)

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2001
 Pitched for the Marlins in the Gulf Coast League where he posted a 2.34 ERA in 13 games (10 starts)

2000
 Made his professional debut in the Venezuelan Summer League BELISARIO

Personal
Ronald J. Belisariomarried to Luz Adrianahas a daughter, Adrialexy...attended Augusta Mijares High School in Maracay, Venezuela...originally signed with Florida as an amateur free agent on Aug. 2signed by Marlins scout Miguel Garcia.

Ronald Belisarios CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 2001 GCL Marlins 4-6 2.34 13 10 1 1 0 73.0 62 2002 Kane County 6-5 3.46 23 22 1 0 0 140.1 131 2003 Jupiter 1-2 4.91 6 4 0 0 0 18.1 20 Greensboro 5-1 3.00 10 8 1 0 0 48.0 41 2004 Carolina 3-5 5.55 15 15 0 0 0 73.0 75 Jupiter 1-1 0.00 6 0 0 0 1 8.2 2 GCL Marlins 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 2005 DNP - Injured 2006 DNP - Injured 2007 Altoona 1-0 3.28 18 0 0 0 0 24.2 23 Lynchburg 0-3 4.46 19 0 0 0 4 34.1 38 2008 Altoona 4-4 4.74 38 0 0 0 9 57.0 63 2009 LOS ANGELES 4-3 2.04 69 0 0 0 0 70.2 52 Inland Empire 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 2.0 2 2010 LOS ANGELES 3-1 5.04 59 0 0 0 2 55.1 52 Inland Empire 0-0 4.50 2 2 0 0 0 2.0 1 2011 DNP - Restricted List 2012 LOS ANGELES 8-1 2.54 68 0 0 0 1 71.0 47 Albuquerque 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.2 2 Rancho Cucamonga 0-1 12.00 2 1 0 0 0 3.0 6 Major League-3 years 15-5 3.06 196 0 0 0 3 197.0 151 Dodger Totals-3 years 15-5 3.06 196 0 0 0 3 197.0 151 Minor League-5 years 25-28 3.78 158 64 3 1 14 488.0 467 R 29 67 10 23 52 1 0 11 18 31 21 0 31 1 ER 19 54 10 16 45 0 0 9 17 30 16 0 31 1 HR 4 4 0 3 10 0 0 4 5 5 4 0 6 0 3 0 0 13 13 35 HB 11 21 1 8 6 1 0 3 1 3 6 0 3 0 4 0 0 13 13 55 BB 20 56 8 18 43 6 0 14 13 25 29 1 19 2 29 2 0 77 77 208 SO WP 54 8 98 13 13 0 45 2 58 7 7 0 2 0 21 19 36 64 3 38 1 69 0 1 171 171 358 4 2 2 4 0 4 0 1 0 0 9 9 38 BK 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 AVG .229 .247 .278 .229 .279 .071 .167 .245 .281 .286 .201 .250 .250 .200 .187 .286 .429 .210 .210 .254

22 20 2 0 4 4 74 67 74 67 249 205

ronald belisarioS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2009 Dodgers Totals AVG .000 .000 G 66 66 AB 4 4 R 0 0 H 0 0 2B 0 0 3B 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0 SH 0 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 SO 3 3 SB 0 0 CS 0 0 OBP .000 .000 SLG .000 .000

Ronald Belisarios CAREER POSTSEASON PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2009 NLDS: LA vs. STL NLCS: LA vs. PHI Postseason Totals LDS Totals LCS Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 10.80 7.71 0.00 10.80 G 2 4 6 2 4 GS 0 0 0 0 0 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 IP 1.1 3.1 4.2 1.1 3.1 H 0 5 5 0 5 R 0 4 4 0 4 ER 0 4 4 0 4 HR 0 1 1 0 1 HB 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 1 1 0 1 SO WP 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 BK 0 0 0 0 0 AVG .000 .333 .163 .000 .333

Ronald Belisarios CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None None 3.0, July 5, 2010 vs. FLA 4 (2 times), last: Aug. 15, 2010 at ATL Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 5 (2 times), last: Sept. 21, 2012 at CIN 3, May 5, 2010 vs. MIL 5 games (2 times), last: Sept. 2, 2012-current 2 games, April 22-27, 2009

Ronald Belisarios CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .955 G 196 PO 11 A 31 E 2 TC 44 DP 0

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Signed by Florida as a free agent on Aug. 2, 1999 Signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on Nov. 9, 2006 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Jan. 13, 2009

DISABLED LIST
July 8-Aug. 8, 2009 (strained right elbow)

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BILLINGSLEY

Chad Billingsley
right-handed pitcher
Career Highlights

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 240 Opening day age: 28 ML Service: 6.110 Born: July 29, 1984 in Defiance, OH Resides: Robesonia, PA Acquired: Selected in the first round (24th overall) of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

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L  ongest-tenured Dodger pitcher begins his eighth season with the club after compiling double-digit victories in each of the last six seasons  Has yet to have a losing season in 10 professional seasons S  ince 2007, ranks sixth in the National League in wins (73) and is fifth in strikeouts (972), trailing teammate Clayton Kershaw by two Kshis 3.65 ERA in that span is the 14th lowest among NL starters (min. 700.0 IP) R  anks 12th all-time in strikeouts in Los Angeles Dodger history (1,031) and is tied for 15th with Doug Rau (197279) on the clubs all-time wins list with 80 H  is 80 big league victories are more than any other pitcher in the 2003 draft class, 14 more than Atlantas Paul Maholm (66) H  as limited right-handed hitters to a .232 batting average over the course of his career, the ninth-lowest mark among Major League pitchers since 2006 (min. 2000 AB)  Made his first All-Star team in 2009 and led the staff with 12 wins R  anked first among Dodger starters with a 3.14 ERA in 2008...also led the Dodgers with 201 strikeouts, which ranked fifth in the National League and ninth in the Majors  Fired his first Major League shutout on July 30, 2008 vs. San Francisco, allowing just five hits H  as struck out a career-high 13 batters on two different occasions (July 13, 2008 vs. Florida and Sept. 26, 2010 at Arizona) M  ade his Major League debut on June 15, 2006 at San Diego and fanned Mike Cameron in the first inning for his first big league strikeout...notched his first big league victory on July 18, 2006 at Arizona (7 IP, 0 ER, 6 H, 2 BB, 4 SO) W  as named the Dodger organizations Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2004 and 2005... was rated by Baseball America as the clubs top prospect entering the 2006 season...also was tabbed by the publication as the best pitching prospect in the Southern League and the pitcher with the best breaking ball  Originally selected in the first round (24th overall) of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
P  osted double-digit victories (10-9) for the sixth consecutive season, joining Cole Hamels as the only NL pitchers to accomplish that feat, and has yet to have a losing season at any level in his 10-year professional career W  on six consecutive starts for the first time in his career from July 23-Aug. 19, going 6-0 with a 1.30 ERA (6 ER/41.2 IP) in that span, and became the first Dodger to accomplish the feat since Kevin Brown won seven in a row from May 14-June 17, 2003allowed three runs in 3.1 innings in a no-decision on Aug. 24 against the Marlins before being removed due to a right elbow injury  Had a string of 16.2 consecutive scoreless innings from July 23-August 3  Was 6-0 with a 1.80 ERA in seven second-half starts (4-9, 4.30 ERA in 18 first-half starts)  P osted a 7-5 record and 2.93 ERA in 13 road starts, the ninth-best road ERA in the Majors S  truck out his 1,000th career batter on July 7 at Arizona (Trevor Cahill, third inning), becoming the 12th Los Angeles Dodger to reach that mark  Matched his career-long losing streak and dropped five consecutive starts for the first time in his career 74

from June 16-July 7, going 0-5 with a 6.21 ERA (20 ER/29.0 IP) in that spanretroactively placed on the disabled list on July 8 with right elbow inflammation  Batted a career-high .190 at the plate (8-for-42) with a double S  truck out a season-high 11 batters and went a season-best 8.1 innings in his first start of the season on April 6 at San Diego Allowed no runs, three hits and one walk in the 6-0 victory L  imited opposing hitters to a .231 batting average with runners in scoring position (34-for-147) and a .238 mark with runners on base (58-for-244)  P osted a sub-3.00 ERA in three months: April (2-1, 2.64 ERA), July (2-2, 2.84 ERA) and August (4-0, 2.27) W  ent on the DL twice this season with right elbow pain, sandwiching his most successful stretch of the campaignwas first placed on the 15-day disabled list from July 8-23 and then again on Aug. 25 before being transferred to the 60-day DL on Sept. 5, ending his season BILLINGSLEY

2011
 His 32 starts tied a career high set in 2008 and 2009...his 4.21 ERA was a career high S  et career highs with four runs scored and three doubles and tied career-best marks with one home run and four RBI W  ent 6-4 with a 3.07 ERA (32 ER/93.2 IP) in his 15 home starts, while going 5-7 with a 5.34 ERA (56 ER/94.1 IP) in his 17 road games...his home ERA was the 16th lowest among NL starters P  osted the seventh-lowest Interleague ERA among NL starters (min. 18.0 IP) with a 1.86 mark (4 ER/19.1 IP) in three starts against AL opponents...went 2-1 and limited opposing hitters to a .194 batting average in those starts  Struck out a season-high 11 batters on April 17 vs. St. Louis T  ossed the fourth complete game of his career in a July 3 loss to the Angels in Anaheim, allowing three runs on three hits over 8.0 innings...also took the loss on May 14 against Arizona, when he struck out eight and allowed only an unearned run on just one hit over 8.0 innings in a 1-0 defeat H  ad his best month of the season in May, posting a 2.63 ERA (12 ER/41.0 IP) with a .231 opponents batting average in six starts

2010
R  ight-hander went 12-11 with a 3.57 ERA (76 ER/191.2 IP) in 31 starts...finished with a winning record for the eighth consecutive year in professional baseball  Struck out 171 batters and walked 69...limited the opposition to a .244 batting average  P osted a winning record for the fifth consecutive season  Limited right-handed hitters to a .236 average (83-for-351) on the season  P osted a 2.90 ERA (32 ER/99.1 IP) away from home in 17 starts L  ed all Major League starters with a 0.94 ERA (4 ER/38.1 IP) in his six daytime starts this season...the opposition hit just .194 against him in those starts W  as 6-5 with a 2.74 ERA in 17 starts against the NL West...went 2-1 with a 0.74 ERA (3 ER/36.2 IP) in five starts against the Giants W  ent 4-1 with a 3.00 ERA (13 ER/39.0 IP) in six May starts...went 3-1 with a 2.79 ERA (12 ER/38.2 IP) in six July starts...was just 2-3 in six September/October starts, but posted a 2.95 ERA (13 ER/39.2 IP) W  as dominant after the All-Star break, posting a 3.05 ERA (32 ER/96.2 IP) and limiting opponents to a .219 batting average (77-for-352) in 15 starts B  atters were just 3-for-18 (.167) against him with the bases loaded...held opponents to a .209 average (9-for43) in close-and-late situations D  id not allow a home run over 92.0 innings from May 31-Aug. 28, which was the longest homerless streak in the Majors... allowed an average of just 0.38 home runs per 9.0 innings (8 HR/191.2 IP), the second-lowest mark in the Major Leagues behind Floridas Josh Johnson (0.34) T  ossed 24.2 scoreless innings from July 21-Aug. 5, which was a career-long streak and the ninth longest scoreless inning streak in the NLhad Billingsley recorded another scoreless inning to reach 25.0 he would have tied for 12th-longest streak in Los Angeles Dodger history, which was previously accomplished by Wilson Alvarez from Sept. 7-23, 2003 NL STRIKEOUT LEADERS, 2007-12 Player STRIKEOUTS 1. Tim Lincecum............................. 1,317 2. Cole Hamels............................... 1,162 3. Matt Cain.................................. 1,069 4. Clayton Kershaw.....................974 5. Chad Billingsley.......................972

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O  n July 21 against the Giants, fired his second complete-game shutout (previous: July 30, 2008 vs. San Francisco) and his third career complete gameit was the Dodgers first complete game of the season and first since Eric Stults nine-inning effort on May 9, 2009 against the Giants T  ied a career high by striking out 13 batters on Sept. 26 at Arizonafanned 11 batters on May 31 vs. Arizona

NL wins LEADERS, 2007-12 Player WinS 1. Cole Hamels....................................82 2. Tim Lincecum................................ 79 3t. Tim Hudson.................................. 78 3t. Adam Wainwright....................... 78 5. Bronson Arroyo............................. 77 6. Chad Billingsley.........................73

2009
T  he National League All-Star went 12-11 with a 4.03 ERA in 32 starts in his second season as a full-time starter L  ed the Dodgers with 12 victories, one more than Randy Wolf...also led the club with 11 losses...ranked second on the club with 196.1 innings, trailing Wolfs 209.1 inningsalso ranked second with 179 strikeouts, trailing Clayton Kershaws 185

M  ade a career-high 32 starts for the second straight season...established career highs with 11 losses, 94 runs allowed, 88 earned runs, 17 home runs allowed and 86 walks...his 4.03 ERA was his highest in his first four Major League seasons R  anked 12th in the National League with 179 strikeouts, one year after ranking fifth in the NL with 201 strikeouts...with 380 strikeouts between 2009-2010, ranked fourth in the NL in that time O  n May 20, was named to Sporting News list of the 50 greatest players in baseball today, coming in at No. 42... the list was selected by a panel of 100 Hall of Famers, major award winners and other baseball personalities W  ent 9-3 with a 2.72 ERA (28 ER/92.2 IP) in his first 14 starts through June 14, and was selected by players and coaches to the NL All-Star team...joined teammates Jonathan Broxton and Orlando Hudson at the Midsummer Classic...through that period, was tied for second in the Majors in wins with San Franciscos Matt Cain and Minnesotas Kevin Slowey, trailing only Roy Halladays 10...also through that time, ranked fifth in the NL and tied for 10th in the Majors in ERA A  llowed only three home runs in his first 14 starts...then surrendered 14 homers in his final 19 games (18 starts) W  ith his win on April 23 at Houston, became the first Dodger pitcher to win each of his first four starts since Kazuhisa Ishii in 2002, when the Japanese pitcher won his first six starts, going 6-0 with a 2.95 ERA (12 ER/36.2 IP) to begin his Major League career W  ith his May 3 win vs. San Diego, improved to 5-0 and became the National Leagues first five-game winner and the first Dodger starter to begin a season at least 5-0 since Brad Penny went 5-0 to get the 2007 campaign underway I  n the All-Star Game in St. Louis, came on to pitch the fifth inning with the NL leading the AL, 3-0...allowed one run on two hits in 1.0 inning of work T  ossed at least 6.0 innings in 25 of his 32 startsworked at least 7.0 innings in 10 starts, but did not reach that plateau after July 5...tossed a season-high 8.0 innings July 5 at San Diego  Struck out a season-high 11 batters on two occasions: April 13 vs. San Francisco and June 30 vs. Colorado  T he Dodgers went 17-15 in his 32 startseight of his 12 wins came at Dodger Stadium H  ad a nine-game winning streak at Dodger Stadium from July 13, 2008-May 3, 2009, going 9-0 with a 1.96 ERA (15 ER/69.0 IP) in 10 starts in that time...the nine-game streak tied for the fifth longest by a Dodger pitcher in the 48-year history of Dodger Stadium  Made his 100th career start Sept. 29 at San Diego, getting the loss in a 3-1 setback D  id not figure in the decision after working 6.0 innings in the Dodgers 5-4 loss at Washington on Sept. 23 had a no-hit bid through 5.2 innings before giving up a three-run homer to Ryan Zimmerman that tied the game at 3-3 M  ade his lone relief appearance on Sept. 18 vs. San Francisco...was summoned with the Dodgers trailing 6-4 in the eighth, and allowed two runs on four hits and two walks in 1.2 innings

2008
S  lipped on a patch of ice outside his home and suffered a spiral fracture of the fibula in his left leg during mid-Novemberwas still ready in time for Spring Training L  ed staff with 16 wins and ranking first among club starters with a 3.14 ERA...also led the staff with 201 strikeouts, and ranked second with 200.2 innings pitched...went 16-10 in 35 games (32 starts) overall 76

R  anked seventh in the National League in ERA...ranked fifth in the league and ninth in the Majors in strikeouts...was one of only 11 pitchers in the NL with at least 16 wins, finishing tied for seventh in the Senior Circuit L  ost just once in his final 12 starts, going 7-1 with a 2.93 ERA (25 ER/76.2 IP) in that span...after losing each of his first four starts through April 24, lost just six of his final 28 starts T  en of his 16 wins came at Dodger Stadium, where he posted a 2.95 ERA (33 ER/100.2 IP) in 17 games (16 starts)...the 10 wins at Dodger Stadium were tied for the most in a single season in the last 18 years beginning in 1991...joined Kevin Brown (10 in 2003), Derek Lowe (10 in 2006) and Chan Ho Park (10 in 2000 and 2001)  Had a 3.33 ERA (37 ER/100.0 IP) in 18 road games (16 starts) A  fter going 1-4 with a 5.20 ERA (16 ER/27.2 IP) in seven games (five starts) in April, went 3-2 with a 1.89 ERA (8 ER/38.0 IP) in six starts in May  Won a career-high four consecutive starts from June 17-July 3, posting a 1.37 ERA (4 ER/26.1 IP) in that span  Allowed three earned runs or less in 23 of his 32 starts, including in 13 of his last 14 assignments  Limited the opposition to a .248 average, second on the team to Lowes .246 opponents average W  ith 201 strikeouts in 200.2 innings pitched, averaged 9.01 strikeouts per 9.0 innings...became the first Dodger since Chan Ho Park in 2001 to strike out at least 200 batters in a season M  ade three relief appearances, allowing one run and five hits in 4.1 innings T  ossed his first career shutout on July 30 vs. San Francisco, allowing five hits and striking out eight in the 118-pitch effort E  stablished a career high with 12 strikeouts on April 24 vs. Arizona...then set another one with 13 strikeouts on July 13 vs. Florida W  as slated to make his first start on April 2 against the Giants, but was held back due to the threat of rain in Los Angeles.did appear in the fifth inning, but a one-hour, 14-minute rain delay ended his night after just 0.1 inning H  is final regular-season appearance was in relief on September 27 at San Francisco... allowed two hits and struck out two in 2.0 scoreless innings BILLINGSLEY

Chad Billingsley visits with a young patient at Mattel Childrens Hospital UCLA.

M  ade three starts during the 2008 postseason and went 1-2 with an 8.49 ERA (11 ER/11.2 IP)won his first-ever playoff start, beating the Cubs at Wrigley Field in Game 2 of the NLDS... lost Games 2 and 5 of the NLCS against the Phillies

2007
 In his first full season in the Major Leagues, went 12-5 with a 3.31 ERA in 43 games (20 starts)  Was 8-5 with a 3.38 ERA in 20 starts...went 4-0 with a 3.09 ERA in 23 games out of the bullpen  Went 8-3 with a 2.59 ERA on the road, the second-best road ERA in the NL behind Jake Peavy (2.57)  Began the year 7-0 with a 3.38 ERA, becoming the first Dodger to start a season with seven consecutive victories since Matt Herges in 2001  Had a 2.77 ERA during the day, which ranked fifth in the National League P  osted a 3.31 ERA, the second lowest among all pitchers under the age of 25 (min. 100 innings), behind Clevelands Fausto Carmona (3.06) F  rom July 1 on his 3.02 ERA was the seventh best in the Majors among all pitchers with 10 or more starts, behind Fausto Carmona (2.35), Adam Wainwright (2.70), Scott Kazmir (2.73), Roy Oswalt (2.87), Brandon Webb (2.97) and Jake Peavy (2.99)  His .706 winning percentage (12-5) was tied for fifth in the NL  Opponents hit just .241 against him...limited right-handed batters to a .210 mark

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H  eld the opposing teams No. 1, 2, and 3 hitters to a .213 average (44-for-207), including a .119 mark against the No. 3 hitter L  ost back-to-back games by a score of 1-0 on Aug. 3 and 8, becoming the first to suffer that fate in Los Angeles Dodger history...the only other close call was Don Drysdale in 1964, who started consecutive 1-0 losses but did not get a decision in the second when Ron Perranoski took the loss in extra innings W  as dominant against the Padres, going 4-0 with a 1.05 ERA (3 ER/25.2 IP) in six games (three starts)...fanned 34 San Diego hitters on the year

NL STRIKEOUT LEADERS, 2007-12 Player STRIKEOUTS 1. Tim Lincecum............................. 1,317 2. Cole Hamels............................... 1,162 3. Matt Cain.................................. 1,069 4. Clayton Kershaw.....................974 5. Chad Billingsley.......................972

BILLINGSLEY

H  ad a dominant stretch out of the bullpen from April 29 until June 21...over 15 outings during that time, was 3-0 with a 1.16 ERA (3 ER/23.1 IP) and 30 strikeouts while batters hit just .145 against him  Was promoted to the rotation on June 21 at Toronto and went 3.2 innings (70 pitches) in his first start of 2007 E  arned the victory in the Dodgers marathon 17-inning game against the Padres on April 29...fanned Ryan Bowen and Kevin Kouzmanoff with two runners on to end the contest and preserve the 5-4 win H  eaded into the All-Star break with his five-game winning streak intact and was 5-0 with a 3.62 ERA during that run...his seven-game winning streak from the start of the season until July 23 was tied with Ted Lilly for the fourth longest in the NL in 2007 behind Brad Penny (8), Jeff Francis (8) and Tim Hudson (9)...won nine straight games from Sept. 21, 2006-July 23, 2007  Tossed his first career complete game on July 23 in Houston...allowed two runs and five hits in the 10-2 victory M  atched his career high with nine strikeouts twice, both in victories over San Diego...on July 1 when he tossed 7.0 scoreless innings at Dodger Stadium and again on Sept. 2 at PETCO Park when he also fired 7.0 shutout frames  Was 7-5 with a 3.12 ERA in the second half  Was 3-1 with a 2.59 ERA (9 ER/31.1 IP) in six starts during the month of September

2006
W  as the 10th-youngest player in the National League and ranked fifth among NL rookies in ERA (3.80) and 10th with seven wins C  ame to Spring Training as a non-roster invitee and compiled a 2.51 ERA in five games (three starts) before being reassigned to minor league camp B  egan the year at Triple-A Las Vegas, where he went 6-3 with a 3.95 ERA in 13 starts prior to June 14, when his contract was purchased by the Dodgers...led the 51s in wins (6) and strikeouts (78) while his 70.2 IP ranked second at the time of his promotion M  ade his Major League debut at San Diego on June 15 and picked up a no-decision, but allowed just six hits and two earned runs in 5.1 innings while striking out three...helped himself in his debut by driving in two runs with his first Major League hit and RBI in his second Major League at-bat A  t the age of 21, was the youngest starting pitcher for the Dodgers since Edwin Jackson, who took the mound on his 20th birthday, Sept. 9, 2003 A  fter the All-Star Break, went 7-2 with a 3.16 ERA, the 10th lowest among NL pitchers with 60 or more innings pitched ... in his first seven starts after the break, went 4-1 with a 1.96 ERA (10 ER/46.0 IP)  Finished the month of August by going 3-0 with a 1.50 ERA  Missed several starts from Aug. 28 - Sept. 15 with a strained oblique muscle  Held right-handers to a .213 (35-for-164) average T  hrived with runners on base, holding opponents to a .247 average with runners on and a .191 mark with runners in scoring position...with RISP and two outs, opponents hit just .196 off him N  early tossed a no-hitter on April 28 against Colorado Springs, going 8.0 innings and allowing just one single while striking out six E  arned the victory in the final game of the season on Oct. 1 vs. San Francisco, clinching a tie for the National League West Division championship with one scoreless inning of relief  Ranked by Baseball America as the Dodgers top prospect entering the season 78

2005
Was  named as the Dodgers Minor League Pitcher of the Year for the second consecutive year P  ut together an outstanding season at Double-A Jacksonville, compiling a 13-6 record and a 3.51 ERA while striking out 162 batters and walking only 50...opposing batters could only muster a .212 batting average against him R  ated by Baseball America as the Southern Leagues best pitching prospect and as having the best breaking ball in the league  Named the BC Powder Southern League Pitcher of the Week for Aug. 15-21 L  ed all Dodger minor leaguers in wins (13), strikeouts (162), games started (26) and innings pitched (146), and shared the lead in complete games (2) and shutouts (1) R  anked third in the Southern League in wins (13), second in strikeouts (162), third in shutouts (1) and second in complete games (2)  T hrew 7.0 innings in a combined no-hitter in Game 1 of the South Division finals vs. Birmingham  Tabbed as the Dodgers Minor League co-Pitcher of the Month for August  Ranked seventh on Baseball Americas Top 25 Midseason Prospects List  His 162 strikeouts ranked as the fifth best all time in Jacksonville history  Rated by Baseball America as having the Best Control and Best Curveball in the Dodgers farm system BILLINGSLEY

2004
Honored  as the Dodgers Minor League Pitcher of the Year  Topped all Dodger full-season minor leaguers in ERA and strikeouts and tied for first in wins F  ollowing a 1-4 start, won his final 10 decisions of the season, including six for Vero Beach and four for Jacksonville T  abbed by Baseball America as the second-best overall prospect and the best pitching prospect in the Florida State League, as well as having the best control among league pitchers  At age 20, was the youngest pitcher in the Southern League  Represented Vero Beach in the FSL All-Star Game I  n his first week with Double-A Jacksonville, was named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for July 23-29 after going 2-0 with a 1.64 ERA in two starts  Hurled 6.0 shutout innings in his Double-A debut, allowing four hits and striking out six batters  Ranked by Baseball America as the Dodgers sixth-best prospect entering the season

2003
 After becoming the Dodgers No. 1 draft pick, made his professional debut with Rookie-level Ogden  Was picked by Baseball America as the No. 2 prospect in the Pioneer League  O ver his last seven starts, was 5-2 with a 2.61 ERA  Gave up one run in 5.1 innings to record a victory in the Raptors playoff win vs. Provo

Amateur Highlights
Was a pitcher at Defiance High School (OH) and as a senior in 2003 pitched in 11 games and was 6-1 with a 1.49 ERA, striking out 113 and walking only 16 in 56.0 innings...struck out 19 batters in a nine-inning game in high school...also pitched a five-inning perfect game in high school in which he struck out 13 batters, with only the first and last batter putting the ball in playwas inducted to Defiance (OH) High Schools Athletic Hall of Fame on May 2, 2009pitched three games and went 3-0 with a 2.45 ERA for Team USA, which won the bronze medal in the 2002 IBAF World Junior Championships in Sherbrooke, Canada...entered the 2003 draft ranked 54th on Baseball Americas list of Top 100 prospects.

Personal
Chad Ryan Billingsley...wifes name is Tiffany...launched his community initiative called Chads Champs on July 28, 2008 with a visit to Mattel Childrens Hospital UCLA, a medical facility that provides treatment for more than 98,000 children per year...has hosted many youngsters from Mattel at many Dodger games over the last five seasons, providing tickets, food and a meet-and-greet before the gamehas visited the hospital during LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide79

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each of the last five seasons (2008-12)chosen by the players as the Dodgers Marvin Miller Man of the Year nominee for 2010participated in 2010 and 2011 calendar photo shoots for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Serviceswas a host in 2012 and played in the Dodgers Dream Foundations Charity Golf Invitational for the sixth consecutive season in 2012.was part of a Dodger contingent that visited Walter Reed Medical Center when the team traveled to Washington, D.C. on May 29, 2007...spoke to campers at the annual Dodger Youth Baseball Camp during the summer of 2007 and 2010...visited Childrens Hospital Los Angeles in 2006, spending time with youngsters in the Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases...would have attended the University of South Carolina had he not signed with the Dodgers...signed by Dodger scout Marty Lamb.

Chad Billingsleys CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2003 Ogden 2004 Jacksonville Vero Beach 2005 Jacksonville 2006 LOS ANGELES Las Vegas 2007 LOS ANGELES 2008 LOS ANGELES 2009 LOS ANGELES 2010 LOS ANGELES 2011 LOS ANGELES 2012 LOS ANGELES Major League-7 years Dodger Totals-7 years Minor League-4 years W-L 5-4 4-0 7-4 13-6 7-4 6-3 12-5 16-10 12-11 12-11 11-11 10-9 80-61 80-61 35-17 ERA 2.83 2.98 2.35 3.51 3.80 3.95 3.31 3.14 4.03 3.57 4.21 3.55 3.66 3.66 3.18 G 11 8 18 28 18 13 43 35 33 31 32 25 217 217 78 GS 11 8 18 26 16 13 20 32 32 31 32 25 188 188 76 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 2 4 2 2 1 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP H 54.0 49 42.1 32 92.0 68 146.0 116 90.0 92 70.2 57 147.0 131 200.2 188 196.1 173 191.2 176 188.0 189 149.2 148 1163.1 1097 1163.1 1097 405.0 322 R ER 24 17 16 14 32 24 60 57 43 38 32 31 56 54 76 70 94 88 82 76 98 88 66 59 515 473 515 473 164 143 HR 0 1 6 12 7 7 15 14 17 8 14 11 86 86 26 HB 3 1 2 4 3 3 3 8 7 10 7 5 43 43 13 BB SO WP 15 62 8 22 47 2 49 111 3 50 162 10 58 59 5 32 78 4 64 141 5 80 201 10 86 179 14 69 171 4 84 152 5 45 128 5 486 1031 48 486 1031 48 168 460 27 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG .243 .221 .208 .215 .272 .221 .241 .248 .244 .244 .264 .257 .251 .251 .219

chad billingsleyS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2006 Dodgers 2007 Dodgers 2008 Dodgers 2009 Dodgers 2010 Dodgers 2011 Dodgers 2012 Dodgers Totals AVG .083 .111 .095 .179 .145 .161 .190 .142 G 16 41 35 30 31 30 23 206 AB 24 36 63 56 62 56 42 339 R 2 1 1 2 1 4 1 12 H 2 4 6 10 9 9 8 48 2B 0 1 0 2 1 3 1 8 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 RBI 2 2 3 4 3 4 2 20 SH 1 4 5 7 6 5 5 33 SF HBP 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 BB 2 1 4 4 4 4 0 19 SO 15 19 36 24 27 23 18 162 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .185 .135 .149 .233 .197 .217 .186 .189 SLG .083 .139 .095 .268 .161 .268 .214 .183

Chad Billingsleys CAREER DIVISION SERIES PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2006 NLDS: LA vs. NYM 2008 NLDS: LA vs. CHC NLCS: LA vs. PHI 2009 NLCS: LA vs. PHI Postseason Totals LDS Totals LCS Totals W-L 0-0 1-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-0 0-2 ERA 0.00 1.35 18.00 5.40 6.88 1.04 12.96 G 2 1 2 1 6 3 3 GS 0 1 2 0 3 1 2 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 2.0 6.2 5.0 3.1 17.0 8.2 8.1 H 1 5 12 2 20 6 14 R 0 1 11 2 14 1 13 ER 0 1 10 2 13 1 12 HR 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 HB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 1 7 2 10 1 9 SO WP 3 0 7 1 9 1 3 0 22 2 10 1 12 1 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG .167 .208 .462 .167 .294 .200 .368

Chad Billingsleys CAREER ALL-STAR PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2009 NL (Dodgers) Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 ERA 9.00 9.00 G 1 1 GS 0 0 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 H 2 2 R 1 1 ER 1 1 HR 0 0 HB 0 0 BB 0 0 SO WP 0 0 0 0 BK 0 0 AVG .400 .400

Chad Billingsleys CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: 3 (8.0 IP), July 3, 2011 at LAA 9.0 (3 times), last: July 21, 2010 vs. SF 3.0, May 26, 2007 vs. CHC 7 (3 times), last: June 15, 2011 vs. CIN Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 13, (2 times), last: Sept. 26, 2010 at ARI 7, June 26, 2006 at MIN 9 games (2 times), last: Aug. 30, 2008 May 3, 2009 5 games (2 times), last: June 16-July 7, 2012

Chad Billingsleys CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .952 G 217 PO 59 A 138 E 10 TC 207 DP 8

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the first round (24th overall) of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
June 12-27, 2010 (strained groin) July 8-22, 2012 (right elbow inflammation)  A ugust 25-conclusion of the season (right elbow inflammation)

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Chris Capuano
left-handed pitcher
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 215 Opening day age: 34 M.L. Service: 8.001 Born: Aug. 19, 1978 in West Springfield, MA Resides: Scottsdale, AZ Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 2, 2011

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Career Highlights
 Veteran left-hander begins his second year with the Dodgers and ninth in the Majors E  stablished a career-best 3.72 ERA in 2012 and four years after a second Tommy John surgery, co-led the National League in games started with 33 I  n 214 games (189 starts) with the D-backs (2003), Brewers (2004-2010), Mets (2011) and Dodgers (2012) has a 69-76 career record with a 4.28 ERA and 969 strikeouts W  as selected to the 2006 National League All-Star team as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers, but did not pitch in the game in Pittsburgh went 11-12 with a 4.03 ERA and tying with Roy Oswalt for the Major League lead with 25 quality starts  Named NL Pitcher of the Week for the period of April 24-30, 2006 R  anked second among NL left-handers with 350 strikeouts from 2005-06 with Milwaukee and fifth with 330 from 2011-12  T ied for second in the big leagues since 2005 with 27 pickoffs (teammate Clayton Kershaw is first with 37) S  et career-best marks in 2005 in wins (18), starts (35) and strikeouts (176) with the Brewersranked fourth in the NL in victories and posted a career-high seven-game winning streak from June 19-July 31, 2005led the big leagues with 12 pickoffs in 2005  Set a career high with 13 strikeouts in a two-hit shutout on Aug. 26, 2011 against Atlanta D  id not pitch in the Majors in 2008 or 2009 after tearing his ulnar ligament in his left elbow during a Spring Training start in 2008 and undergoing Tommy John surgery H  it the only home run of his career on June 2, 2007 with a solo shot off Floridas Byung-Hyun Kim at Miller Park T  ook the loss in his Major League debut on May 4, 2003, allowing three runs (two earned) over 2.0 innings of relief in Arizonas 7-4 loss to Atlanta  Made his first big league start on May 17, 2003 against Pittsburgh O  utdueled Jake Peavy to pick up his first MLB victory on July 9 vs. San Diego, striking out eight and limiting the Padres to just an unearned run on three hits in an 8-3 victory  Originally selected by Arizona in the eighth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
E  stablished a career-best 3.72 ERA and his 12 wins were his most since 2005 when he won 18 games ...his 198.1 innings pitched were his most since firing a career-high 221.1 frames in 2006 with Milwaukee...made 18 quality starts, the second highest total of his career (25, 2006) T  ied with Clayton Kershaw for the team lead with 33 starts and ranked second on the club in wins (12), innings (198.1) and strikeouts (162) O  pened his Dodger career by going 5-0 with a 2.06 ERA (10 ER/43.2 IP) in his first seven starts through May 11...went 3-0 with a 2.73 ERA (9 ER/29.2 IP) in five April starts, ranking among the monthly NL leaders in wins (T-4th) and strikeouts (29, T-10th) T  ossed 24.2 consecutive scoreless innings from April 23-May 11, a season high for a Dodger pitcher and the fifth longest streak by a National League hurler this season  Led the Dodgers and tied for ninth in the NL with nine wins at the All-Star break...also ranked among the NL LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide81

first-half leaders (min. 10 starts) in ERA (2.91, 12th), opponents average (.232, 15th), strikeouts (100, T-11th) and innings (111.1 IP, 11th) 3-8 with a 4.76 ERA in 15 post-All-Star break starts Was  capuano W  ent 4-1 with a 1.62 ERA (6 ER/33.1 IP) in five May starts and ranked among the league leaders in wins (four, tied for third), ERA (1.62, third), opponents average (1.67, second), opponents on-base percentage (.221, first) and baserunners per nine innings (7.29, first). His 0.81 WHIP also led the Majors during May was third in the Majors through May in wins (seven)  P osted a 3.19 ERA and went 5-6 in 16 starts at Dodger Stadium  Was 6-4 with a 2.65 ERA (11th in the N/L. among starters) in day games T  ook a no-hitter into the seventh inning on Aug. 12 at Miami before Jose Reyes broke it up with a one-out single ended up with the victory, going eight innings, allowing two hits and three walks, while striking out 10 L  imited hitters to a .254 batting average, including a .229 mark against left-handers...lefties posted only a .287 on-base percentage and a .312 slugging percentage against Capuano W  ent 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA (4 ER/20.0 IP) in three Interleague starts...struck out a season-high 12 batters in a season-high tying 8.0 innings on June 17 against the White Sox S  truck out a season-high 12 batters June 17 against the Chicago White Sox in an eight-inning no decision (6 H, 1 ER, 1 BB)

2011
W  ith the Mets, recorded his most wins (11), games (33), starts (31), innings (186.0) and strikeouts (168) since 2006 H  eld left-handed batters to a .224 (37-for-165) batting average, a .277 on-base percentage and a .376 slugging percentage...allowed only 12 extra-base hits to left-handed batters, which tied for the seventh fewest among National League pitchers (min. 30 starts)  Tossed at least 5.0 innings in 29 of 31 starts S  truck out 8.1 batters per nine innings and posted a 3.17 strikeout-to-walk ratio, which were the second best ratios of his career T  ossed a two-hit, complete-game shutout on Aug. 26 vs. Atlanta for the third shutout of his career and first since July 6, 2006, with Milwaukee vs. Chicago (NL)...the two hits were the fewest of his career for a complete gameit marked his fourth career complete game and first since July 31, 2006, as a member of the Brewers at Colorado F  anned a career-high 13 batters on Aug. 26 for the third double-digit strikeout game of his career...his previous best was 12, established on June 16, 2006, with Milwaukee vs. Cleveland B  ecame the third pitcher in Mets history to throw a shutout while striking out at least 13 batters and allowing no more than two hits...the others to do so were Nolan Ryan (April 18, 1970) and Tom Seaver (May 15, 1970 and Sept. 29, 1972)...joined Seaver (July 9, 1969) as the only pitchers in team history to hurl a one or two-hit shutout with at least 10 strikeouts and no walks W  ent 4-2 with a 3.25 ERA (13 ER/36.0 IP) in six June starts...the four wins tied for the second most in the National League  Held opponents to a .235 (4-for-17) batting average with the bases loaded

2010
W  ent 3-3 with a 4.14 ERA (21 ER/45.2 IP) in nine Major League starts...finished 1-1 with a 3.54 ERA (8 ER/20.1 IP) in 15 games out of the bullpen M  ade his first Major League appearance since Sept. 28, 2007 on June 3, 2010 at Florida...tossed 3.2 innings and allowed three earned runs on seven hits  Had four quality starts for the Brewers, which came in consecutive outings from Sept. 8-26 T  hrew a season-high 7.0 innings pitched on Sept. 8 vs. St. Louis...it was his longest outing since July 23, 2007, when he went 8.0 innings at Cincinnati  P osted a 2.91 ERA (11 ER/34.0 IP) and a 2-2 record in his final six starts of the season from Sept. 3-Oct. 2 H  is 2.37 ERA (8 ER/30.1 IP) in September was the 15th lowest in the National League among pitchers with at least 30.0 innings pitched in the month S  tarted the season with Single-A Brevard County of the Florida State League...transferred to Triple-A Nashville of the Pacific Coast League before the Brewers purchased his contract on May 29

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2009
S  pent most of the season recovering from Tommy John surgery on his left elbow, which was performed on May 15, 2008 by Dr. James Andrews...it was the left-handers second elbow surgery  Made six minor league starts in August and September capuano

2008
D  id not pitch all season because of a torn ulnar ligament in his left elbow...suffered the injury in a Spring Training start on March 17 against Seattle W  as placed on the 15-day disabled list on March 27 and underwent Tommy John surgery on May 15...the surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews  Was transferred to the 60-Day disabled list on Sept. 1

2007
B  egan the year 5-0 with a 2.31 ERA through his first seven starts (10 ER/39.0 IP) before going 0-12 with a 6.08 ERA over his last 22 appearances (75 ER/111.0 IP) H  is 12-game losing streak from May 13-Aug. 30 set a franchise record H  it his first career home run on June 2 vs. Florida with a solo shot against Byung-Hyun Kim O  n Oct. 11, he underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder...the surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews

2006
E  arned his first All-Star selection and tied with Houstons Roy Oswalt for the Major League lead with 25 quality starts, including 11 straight to open the season Chris Capuano signs an autograph for a young fan during the Dodgers FanFest on May 19, 2012.

 For the second straight year, he ranked second among National League left-handers in strikeouts with 174  Tossed a career-high 222.1 innings, which ranked seventh in the NL N  amed a National League All-Star, but did not pitch in the All-Star Gameranked among the first-half NL leaders in wins (10, T-third), innings pitched (129.0, third), strikeouts (112, fourth) and ERA (3.21, ninth) N  amed the National League Pitcher of the Week for the period of April 24-April 30, going 2-0 with a 0.56 ERA (1 ER/16.0 IP) in two startstossed a five-hit shutout on April 30 at Chicago (NL), striking out six and needing just 91 pitches in the victory T  ossed his first career complete game and shutout against the Cubs at Wrigley Field on April 30...allowed five hits with no walks and six strikeouts in the 9-0 win  Struck out a then career-best 12 batters over 7.0 innings in a 6-4 victory vs. Cleveland on June 16

2005
 Set career bests in wins (18), ERA (3.99), starts (35) and strikeouts (176)  Led the Majors with 12 pickoffs  Ranked fourth in the National League in victories  From June 19-July 31, recorded a career-best seven-game winning streak  Ranked second among NL left-handed pitchers in strikeouts H  is 18 wins tied for fourth all time on the Brewers single-season list, trailing only Teddy Higuera (20, 1986); Jim Colborn (20, 1973) and Mike Caldwell (22, 1978)

2004
 Selected to his first career Opening Day roster and went 6-8 with a 4.99 ERA in 17 starts with Milwaukee  Made his Brewers debut on April 8 at St. Louis and was an 11-5 winner  Did not allow a home run to a left-handed hitter, while limiting lefties to a .207 batting average H  is season was limited to 17 games because of three trips to the disabled list (strained left quadriceps, strained left triceps, sore left elbow) LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide83

2003
S  aw his first big league action and went 2-4 with a 4.64 ERA in nine games (five starts) in three separate stints with Arizona capuano  Made his Major League debut with 2.0 innings of relief on May 4 vs. Atlanta M  ade first big league start on May 17 vs. Pittsburgh, the one-year anniversary of his elbow surgeryallowed seven runs over 4.2 innings in the loss P  icked up his first win with an 8-3 victory vs. San Diego on July 9, giving up just an unearned run on three hits in 7.0 frames L  imited opposing hitters to a .233 batting average at the Major League level, including a .229 mark against left-handers S  pent the majority of the season with Triple-A Tucson of the Pacific Coast League and named to the PCL AllStar team  Traded to Milwaukee on Dec. 1 as a part of a nine-player deal

2002
H  is season came to an end on May 17 when he underwent Tommy John surgery...the surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews

2001
 T ied for the Texas League lead in starts with 28 for Single-A El Paso  Averaged 9.43 strikeouts per nine innings, the third-best mark in the Texas League

2000
M  issed the first two months of the season while completing his economics degree at Duke University and still led Single-A South Bend in victories (10) and ERA (2.21) in his 18 starts  Limited opposing hitters to a .193 batting average with 105 strikeouts in 101.2 innings

Amateur Highlights
Played for Duke University (1997-99) and is ninth all-time at the school in career strikeouts (251) was named Atlantic Coast Conference pitcher of the week twice (Feb. 10, 1997 and Feb. 15, 1999)co-led Blue Devils in victories in 1997 with sixwent 13-17 with a 5.96 ERA with 251 strikeouts in 232.2 innings.

Personal
Christopher Frank Capuanoresides in Scottsdale, AZ with his wife Sarahgraduated from Cathedral (MA) High School where he was the class valedictoriangraduated Phi Beta Kappa from Duke University with a degree in economicswas part of Major League Baseballs All-Star team that played in Japan in 2006was a member of Team USA in the 2001 World Cup in Taiwan, earning a silver medalappeared in an episode (aired June 20, 2007) of The Young and the Restless along with teammates Bill Hall, J.J. Hardy and Jeff Suppanoriginally selected by Arizona in the eighth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft.

ChRIS CAPUANOs CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV 2000 South Bend 10-4 2.21 18 18 0 0 0 2001 El Paso 10-11 5.31 28 28 2 2 0 2002 Tucson 4-1 2.72 6 6 0 0 0 2003 ARIZONA 2-4 4.64 9 5 0 0 0 Tucson 9-5 3.34 23 23 0 0 0 2004 MILWAUKEE 6-8 4.99 17 17 0 0 0 Beloit 0-0 3.38 1 1 0 0 0 High Desert 0-1 27.00 1 1 0 0 0 Indianapolis 0-1 8.31 2 2 0 0 0 2005 MILWAUKEE 18-12 3.99 35 35 0 0 0 2006 MILWAUKEE 11-12 4.03 34 34 3 2 0 2007 MILWAUKEE 5-12 5.10 29 25 0 0 0 2008 DNP - Injured 2009 Helena Brewers 0-0 1.50 3 3 0 0 0 AZL Brewers 0-0 6.00 3 3 0 0 0 2010 MILWAUKEE 4-4 3.95 24 9 0 0 0 Brevard County 2-0 1.23 3 3 0 0 0 Nashville 1-1 1.80 4 4 0 0 0 2011 NEW YORK-NL 11-12 4.55 33 31 1 1 0 2012 LOS ANGELES 12-12 3.72 33 33 0 0 0 Major League-8 years 69-76 4.28 214 189 4 3 0 Dodger Totals-1 year 12-12 3.72 33 33 0 0 0 Minor League-7 years 36-24 3.73 92 92 2 2 0 IP 101.2 159.1 36.1 33.0 142.2 88.1 2.2 2.0 8.2 219.0 221.1 150.0 H 68 184 30 27 133 91 3 6 10 212 229 170 R 35 109 12 19 66 55 1 6 9 105 108 93 ER 25 94 11 17 53 49 1 6 8 97 99 85 HR 2 13 1 3 9 18 1 1 1 31 29 20 1 0 9 1 0 27 25 162 25 30 HB 5 11 0 6 11 5 0 0 1 12 9 8 0 0 1 0 1 5 2 48 2 29 BB 45 75 11 11 43 37 1 3 5 91 47 54 0 2 21 0 4 53 54 368 54 189 SO WP 105 2 167 9 29 1 23 3 108 6 80 3 4 0 2 0 9 2 176 3 174 7 132 10 4 4 54 17 16 168 162 969 162 465 0 0 5 1 0 4 6 41 6 21 BK 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 AVG .193 .290 .227 .233 .250 .269 .273 .500 .323 .256 .265 .286 .136 .385 .259 .214 .221 .270 .254 .264 .254 .251

6.0 3 3.0 5 66.0 65 14.2 12 25.0 21 186.0 198 198.1 188 1162.0 1180 198.1 188 502.0 475

2 1 2 2 29 29 2 2 6 5 99 94 91 82 599 552 91 82 250 208

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chRIS CAPUANOS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2003 Diamondbacks 2004 Brewers 2005 Brewers 2006 Brewers 2007 Brewers 2010 Brewers 2011 Mets 2012 Dodgers Totals AVG .000 .200 .169 .118 .220 .056 .071 .093 .130 G 9 17 33 34 28 24 34 33 212 AB 8 30 71 68 41 18 56 54 346 R 0 0 5 3 2 0 2 3 15 H 0 6 12 8 9 1 4 5 45 2B 0 2 3 1 0 0 2 2 10 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 RBI 0 2 9 3 3 0 0 3 20 SH 0 0 5 5 5 0 6 13 34 SF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 HP 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 BB 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 1 8 SO 5 10 33 35 16 9 33 27 168 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .000 .250 .189 .143 .256 .056 .071 .107 .151 SLG .000 .267 .211 .132 .293 .056 .107 .130 .168

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CHRIS CAPUANOs CAREER ALL-STAR PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV 2006 NL (Brewers) Did Not Play Totals - --- - - - - - IP - H - R - ER - HR - HB - BB - SO - WP - BK - AVG -

ChRIS CAPUANOs CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: 2, Aug. 26, 2011 vs. ATL 9.0 (3 times), last: Aug. 26, 2011 vs. ATL 5.0, Aug. 24, 2007 at SF 8, Aug. 19, 2004 vs. CHC Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 13, Aug. 26, 2011 vs. ATL 8, Sept. 23, 2005 vs. STL 7 games, June 19-July 31, 2005 13 games, May 13, 2007-June 3, 2010

ChRIS CAPUANOs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .963 G 214 PO 47 A 186 E 9 TC 242 DP 8

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Arizona in the eighth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Milwaukee with Lyle Overbay (IF), Junior Spivey (IF), Craig Counsell (IF), Chad Moeller (C) and Jorge De La Rosa (LHP) from Arizona for Richie Sexson (IF), Shane Nance (LHP) and a player to be named (Noochie Varner, OF) on Dec. 1, 2003 Signed by New York-NL as a free agent on Jan. 5, 2011 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Dec. 2, 2011

DISABLED LIST
 A pril 23-May 25, 2004 (strained left quadriceps) May 27-June 11, 2004 (strained left triceps)  A ug. 25, 2004 - remainder of the season (left elbow soreness) June 14-30, 2007 (strained left groin) M  arch 27, 2008-remainder of the season (torn collateral ligament, left elbow)

DODGER MILESTONES WITHIN REACH


Josh Beckett 108.0 innings pitched for 2,000.0 Aaron Harang J.P. Howell Kenley Jansen Matt Kemp 1 game for 300 7 games started for 300 40 strikoutes for 1,500 33 games for 300 16 saves for 50 44 games played as OF to move into 4th in LA history 3 home runs to move into 8th in LA history 14 stolen bases to move into 6th in LA history 38 hits for 1,000 107 games for 1,000

Ronald Belisario 4 games for 200 Chad Billingsley 12 games started for 200 Chris Capuano Carl Crawford Mark Ellis Andre Ethier Dee Gordon Zack Greinke Matt Guerrier 31 strikeouts for 1,000 11 games started for 200 104 games for 1,500 1 home run for 100 10 RBI for 500 135 games played as OF to move into 2nd in LA history 1 run for 500 62 doubles to move into 4th in LA history 44 stolen bases for 100 9 wins for 100 28 games for 300 8.0 innings pitched for 1,500.0 168 strikeouts for 1,500 21 games for 500

Clayton Kershaw 56.0 innings pitched for 1,000.0 26 strikouts for 1,000 Brandon League 40 saves for 100 85.1 innings pitched for 500.0 Ted Lilly Nick Punto 40.1 innings pitched for 2,000.0 26 games for 1,000 2 stolen bases for 100

Jerry Hairston Jr. 2 RBI for 400 3 stolen bases for 150

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Alex Castellanos
outfielder
Career Highlights

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 200 Opening Day Age: 26 M.L. Service: 0.041 Born: Aug. 4, 1986 in Miami, FL Residence: Miami, FL Acquired: In a trade with St. Louis on July 31, 2011

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S  lugging outfielder reached the Majors for the first time in 2012 in his fifth professional season after being acquired from the Cardinals in 2011 H  as a .294 career batting average with 133 doubles, 66 homers and 266 RBI in 510 career minor league gameshas a .365 on-base percentage and a .509 slugging percentage as a minor leaguer M  ade his Major League debut on May 31, 2012 and was hit by a pitch by Milwaukees Kameron Loe as a pinch-hitter in his first plate appearancetripled for his first Major League hit on June 1...became the first Dodger to collect a triple with his first big league hit since Franklin Stubbs on May 5, 1984  Hit his first Major League homer off San Franciscos Jean Machi on Oct. 3 at Dodger Stadium H  as appeared at all positions in the field except for pitcher and catcher as a minor leaguer, including 271 games in the outfield, 110 games at third base, 105 games at second base, seven games at first base and one contest at shortstop S  elected as a 2012 Topps Triple-A All-Star, ranking among the classification leaders 1.010 on-base plus slugging percentage, ranked second in slugging percentage (.590) and fourth in on-base percentage (.420) D  espite playing in only 94 games with Triple-A Albuquerque in 2012, was among the Pacific Coast League leaders in OPS (1.010, 1st), slugging percentage (.590, 2nd), on-base percentage (.420, 4th), batting average (.328, T-8th), triples (7, T-12th) and runs (74, 20th) S  elected as a Topps Double-A All-Star in 2011 after ranking among the classification leaders in batting average (.320, 8th), runs (102, 3rd), hits (152, 9th), extra-base hits (66, T-5th), triples (8, T-10th), slugging percentage (.573, 4th), OPS (.958, T-4th) at Double-A Springfield S  tarted in right field for the North All-Stars in the Texas League All-Star Game in 2011 after batting .321 with 15 homers and 43 RBI in 64 first-half games for Double-A Springfield L  ed the Single-A Florida State League in 2010 and set a Palm Beach single-season franchise record with 35 doublesalso led the circuit with 55 extra-base hits and ranked third with a .462 slugging percentage  Originally selected by the Cardinals in the 10th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
S  plit time between Albuquerque (94 games) and Los Angeles (16 games), batting .174 (4-for-23) in his first big league action M  ade his big league debut on May 31 and was hit by a pitch by Milwaukees Kameron Loe as a pinch-hitter in his first plate appearance T  ripled for his first Major League hit on June 1...became the first Dodger to collect a triple with his first big league hit since Franklin Stubbs on May 5, 1984  Hit his first Major League home run off San Franciscos Jean Machi on Oct. 3 at Dodger Stadium  Made four starts at the big league level, two in left field and two in right field B  atted .328 with 25 doubles, 17 homers and 52 RBI in 94 games with the Isotopesdespite playing only 94 games with the Topes, was among the Pacific Coast League leaders in OPS (1.010, 1st), slugging percentage (.590, 2nd), on-base percentage (.420, 4th), batting average (.328, T-8th), triples (7, T-12th) and runs (74, 20th)  Selected as PCL Player of the Week for the period of April 16-22, batting .440 (11-for-25) with a double, two 86

triples, four homers and eight RBIalso stole three bases in the week P  osted two hitting streaks of 10 or more games, putting together a 12-gamer from July 2-17 (.396, 19-for-48) and a 13-game run from July 22-Aug. 4 (.426, 23-for-54)batted .356 with six homers and 15 RBI in 26 July games  At Albuquerque, batted .342 (81-for-237) with 14 of his 17 homers against right-handers

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2011
 Batted .320 on the season between Double-A Springfield (TEX) and Double-A Chattanooga S  elected as a Topps Double-A All-Star after ranking among the classification leaders in batting average (.320, 8th), runs (102, 3rd), hits (152, 9th), extra-base hits (66, T-5th), triples (8, T-10th), slugging percentage (.573, 4th), OPS (.958, T-4th)also slugged 23 homers and knocked in 85 RBI in 125 games with Double-A Springfield (Cardinals) and Chattanooga (Dodgers)  Batted .331 (51-for-154) against left-handed pitchers and .313 (101-for-323) against right-handers O  pened the season with Springfield and earned two Texas League Player of the Week selections, taking home the honors for the weeks ending April 25 and May 23 S  tarted in right field for the North All-Stars in the Texas League All-Star Game after batting .321 with 15 homers and 43 RBI in 64 first-half games A  cquired by Los Angeles on July 31 in exchange for shortstop Rafael Furcal and assigned to Double-A Chattanoogaat the time of his trade, ranked among the Texas League leaders in batting average (.319, 8th), home runs (19, T-5th), runs (  72, 4th), hits (113, 5th), triples (4, T-10th), RBI (62, T-9th), total bases (199, 5th), slugging percentage (.562, 6th) and OPS (.941, 9th) H  onored as the Southern League Hitter of the Week for the period of Aug. 15-21, batting .433 (13-for-30) and leading the league with seven doubles, nine extra-base hits and 11 RBI in six games  Hit safely in 11 consecutive games from Aug. 10-21, batting .400 (20-for-50) during the run D  uring his time with the Lookouts, ranked among the Southern League leaders in runs (30, 1st), hits (39, 5th), extra-base hits (22, 2nd), doubles (14, 2nd), triples (4, T-2nd), RBI (23, T-8th), slugging percentage (.603, 4th) and OPS (1.009, 5th) in 32 games C  ombined to appear at all three outfield positions, logging 103 games in right field, 17 in center field and one in left field F  ollowing the season, batted .379 with 13 runs, four steals, three homers and seven RBI in eight games for the Salt River Rafters of the Arizona Fall Leaguesix of his 11 hits went for extra bases as he posted a .828 slugging percentage

2010
L  ed the Single-A Florida State League and set a Palm Beach single-season franchise record with 35 doubles after playing 125 games at High-A Palm Beachalso led the circuit with 55 extra-base hits and ranked third with a .462 slugging percentage  Stroked seven triples, which topped St. Louis minor leaguers, and led the club with 124 hits N  amed the Cardinals Organizational Player of the Month for July, batting .348 with eight doubles, four homers and 16 RBI in 25 gameshad a .663 slugging percentage in the month  Played exclusively in the outfield, playing 125 games in right field and one in left field

2009
B  atted .258 with 21 steals, six homers and 36 RBI in 103 combined games with Single-A Quad Cities and Palm Beachappeared at every position during the season except at pitcher and catcher W  as at his best in pressure situations with Quad Cities, batting .407 (11-for-27) with runners in scoring position and two outs and hitting .366 (15-for-41) with runners on base and two down  Hit .305 (54-for-177) over 42 games from June 1-Aug. 5 to earn an Aug. 7 promotion to Palm Beach  O verall, appeared in seven games at first base, 43 at second base, 31 at third base and 21 in the outfield

2008
B  atted .295 with 16 doubles, six triples, seven homers and 31 RBI in 59 combined games with Rookie-level Johnson City and Single-A Batavia of the New York-Penn League in his first professional season  Combined to hit .314 (50-for-159) against right-handers  O verall, stole 20 bases in 23 attempts (86.9%) LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide87

O  pened his professional career with Rookie-level Johnson Cityled the club with 20 steals and four triples and ranked among the team leaders in runs (42, T-1st), hits (54, 3rd), doubles (14, T-2nd), homers (7, 3rd), RBI (31, 2nd) and slugging percentage (.536, 3rd) castellanos P  romoted to Batavia on Aug. 15 and appeared in 10 games with the Muckdogshad four of his seven hits with the club go for extra bases, with two doubles and a pair of triples  O verall, played in 12 games at second base, 45 at third base and one at shortstop

Amateur Highlights
 ed Belmont-Abbey College to a school-record 41 wins and an NCAA Division II Regional appearance in 2008, L batting .390 with a Division II-leading 31 doubles to go along with 12 homers and 54 RBI to earn an All-Region selectionwas an All-America and All-Region selection as a freshman in 2007

Personal
Alejandro Luis Castellanosparticipated in Major League Baseballs developmental program in January 2013 attended Coral Park Senior High School in Miami, FLselected by the Cardinals in the 10th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

ALEX CASTELLANOS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2008 Johnson City Batavia 2009 Palm Beach Quad Cities 2010 Palm Beach 2011 Chattanooga Springfield 2012 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque Major League-1 year Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-4 years AVG .298 .269 .189 .270 .270 .322 .319 .174 .328 .174 .174 .294 G 49 10 21 82 129 32 93 16 94 16 16 510 AB 181 26 53 311 459 121 354 23 344 23 23 1849 R 42 6 5 51 62 30 72 3 74 3 3 342 H 54 7 10 84 124 39 113 4 113 4 4 544 2B 14 2 1 21 35 14 21 0 25 0 0 133 3B 4 2 1 4 7 4 4 1 7 1 1 33 HR 7 0 1 5 13 4 19 1 17 1 1 66 RBI 31 4 2 34 58 23 62 3 52 3 3 266 SH 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 8 SF 1 0 0 2 4 3 2 1 4 1 1 16 HP 8 1 1 12 12 4 11 1 11 1 1 60 BB 8 2 2 20 38 15 24 0 46 0 0 155 SO 45 7 19 89 112 24 94 8 85 8 8 475 SB 20 0 0 21 19 4 10 0 16 0 0 90 CS 2 1 2 4 9 1 1 0 8 0 0 28 OBP .354 .345 .232 .336 .339 .406 .379 .200 .420 .200 .200 .365 SLG .536 .500 .302 .412 .462 .603 .562 .391 .590 .391 .391 .509 E 16 2 2 22 8 1 9 1 12 1 1 72

ALEX CASTELLANOS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 2, June 1, 2012 at COL 2, June 1, 2012 at COL 1, Oct. 3, 2012 vs. SF 1 (3 times), last: Oct. 3, 2012 vs. SF Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: None None 1 game (3 times), last: Oct. 3, 2012 vs. SF None

ALEX CASTELLANOS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Outfield PCT .917 G 11 PO 6 A 0 E 1 TC 12 DP 0

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by St. Louis in the 10th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Los Angeles from St. Louis for Rafael Furcal (IF) and cash on July 31, 2011

DISABLED LIST
Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

LONGEST HOME RUNS AT DODGER STADIUM


Only three players have hit a home run that landed completely out of Dodger Stadium - Willie Stargell (twice), Mike Piazza and Mark McGwire. Player Team Distance Pitcher Location Date Willie Stargell Pittsburgh 506 ft., 6 in. Alan Foster Right field Aug. 5, 1969 Mark McGwire St. Louis 483 feet Jamie Arnold Left-center May 22, 1999 Matt Holliday Colorado 481 feet Elmer Dessens Left field Sept. 3, 2006 Mike Piazza Dodgers 478 feet Frank Castillo (Col) Left field Sept. 21, 1997 Willie Stargell Pittsburgh 470 feet Andy Messersmith Right field May 8, 1973

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Carl Crawford
outfielder
Career

@CarlCrawford_

BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 215 Opening Day Age: 31 M.L. Service: 10.072 Born: August 5, 1981 in Houston, TX Resides: Houston, TX Acquired: In a trade with the Boston Red Sox on Aug. 25, 2012

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S  peedy outfielder enters his 12th Major League season with a .292 batting average, 118 homers and 667 RBI in 1,396 career games with Tampa Bay (2002-2010), Boston (2011-12) and Los Angeles (2012)  Has made four All-Star appearances (2004, 07, 09 and 10) and won the 2009 All-Star Game MVP Award E  arned a Silver Slugger Award and a Rawlings Gold Glove Award as a member of the Rays in 2010, when he finished seventh in the leagues MVP ballotingbatted .307 that season, setting career highs with 110 runs scored, 19 homers, 90 RBI and a .495 slugging percentage in 154 games L  eads active players with 114 triples and paced the American League in triples in 2004 (19), 2005 (15), 2006 (16) and 2010 (13)his four seasons of leading the AL in triples are tied for the second most all time with Sam Crawford (DET), Lance Johnson (CWS) and Ty Cobb (DET), behind only Willie Wilson (KC), who accomplished the feat five times in the 1980s R  anks third among active players with 432 stolen bases and his career stolen base percentage of 81.8 ties for the ninth best among active players with at least 120 steal attemptsled the American League in steals in four seasons: 2003 (55), 2004 (59), 2006 (58) and 2007 (50)stole a career-high 60 bases in 2009 with the Rays W  ith six stolen bases on May 3, 2009 vs. Boston (with Tampa Bay), tied a modern MLB record with six stolen basesfourth player ever to do it (fifth time) and first since Colorados Eric Young (June 30, 1996) B  atting .302 over the course of his career with runners in scoring position and .394 with the bases loaded including four grand slams  Has a .990 career fielding percentage, and since 2002 leads left fielders with an .884 zone rating (min. 650 games) R  eached 100 career home runs, 100 triples and 400 stolen bases at the age of 29 years, 24 days, becoming the youngest player to reach all three milestones H  as appeared in 21 postseason games, hitting .253 (21-for-83) with eight stolen bases, three doubles, a triple, three homers and nine RBIhit two home runs in five games against Philadelphia in 2009 in his only World Series experience P  layed nine seasons with Tampa Bay from 2002-10 and is the franchises all-time leader (min. 1,000 PA) in batting average (.296), hits (1,480), runs (765), doubles (215), triples (105), RBI (592) and games (1,235) M  ade his Major League debut on July 20, 2002 at Toronto and picked up his first hit that game with a sixthinning single off Steve Parrishit his first big league homer on Aug. 10, 2002 at Kansas City with a three-run shot off Shawn Sedlacek  Originally selected by Tampa Bay in the second round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
B  atted .282 with 15 extra-base hits, 23 runs scored and 19 RBI in 31 games in an injury-shortened season with Boston A  cquired by Los Angeles on Aug. 25 as part of a nine-player trade, the largest in Dodger historytraded to Los Angeles with RHP Josh Beckett, 1B Adrian Gonzalez and IF Nick Punto in exchange for 1B James Loney, IF Ivan De Jesus, RHP Allen Webster and two players to be named later (IF/OF Jerry Sands and RHP Rubby De La Rosa)  Underwent season-ending Tommy John surgery on his left elbow on Aug. 23 by Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, FL A  ppeared in 31 games for the Red Sox from July 16-Aug. 19 after rehabbing from left wrist surgery performed by Dr. Donald Sheridan in Scottsdale, AZ on Jan. 17led the Red Sox in runs scored (23), doubles (10) and triples (2) during that span LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide89

 Batted .296 (8-for-27) with runners in scoring positionaveraged an RBI every 6.16 at-bats  Stroked two triples and continues to lead all active players with 114 triples  Was a perfect 5-for-5 in stolen base attempts crawford  Hit .307 (22-for-72) with 10 doubles, two homers and 15 RBI in 18 August games

2011
P  osted career-low marks in batting average (.255) and on-base percentage (.289) in 130 games in his first season with Boston M  ade 127 appearances in left field (126 starts) and ranked fourth in the AL with 1,098.1 innings at the position was third among qualifying AL left fielders with a .987 fielding percentage (4 E/305 TC) T  ied for eighth in the AL and led the team with seven triples, most by a Red Sox left fielder (min. 100 games at the position) since Troy OLeary in 1998 (8)his 18 stolen bases were the most by a Red Sox player with at least 100 games at the position since Tommy Harper in 1973 (54)  Was his seventh season with double-digit homers and stolen bases, his third in a row  Hit .284 (97-for-342) with eight homers against right-handers and .195 (22-for-164) with three long balls vs. lefties  Started 72 of Bostons wins and batted .296 (85-for-287) in those contests B  atted leadoff (7 G), 2nd (10), 3rd (2), 5th (1), 6th (38), 7th (34) and 8th (28) in the lineupPrior to April 8, had not hit leadoff since April 10, 2007batted .315 (40-for-127) with six homers out of the seven-hole T  allied a season-high four hits on four occasions, tied for second most in the ALstrung together back-to-back four-hit games for the first time in his career on May 25 at Cleveland and May 26 at Detroit  Collected his 1,500th career hit with a third-inning single on May 3 vs. the Angels H  it safely in 21 of 29 May games at a .304 clip (34-for-112), including a season-high 11-game hitting streak from May 1-11 over which he hit .356 (16-for-45) with three doubles and a tripleposted his best monthly marks of the season in average, runs (19), hits (34), triples (3) and RBI (15) P  rovided walk-off hits twice in one homestand, with a game-ending, ninth-inning RBI single in a 3-2 win over Seattle on May 1 and a game-ending RBI double in the 11th inning for a 2-1 win over Minnesota on May 9, also his 600th career RBI C  onnected for a third walk-off hit with an RBI single on May 19 for a 4-3 win over Detroitbecame just the second Red Sox player since 1950 with three walk-off RBI in any single month of a season, joining David Ortiz (3 in June 2006) N  amed AL Player of the Week for May 23-29, hitting .423 (11-for-26) with seven extra-base hits (2 2B, 2 3B, 3 HR), eight RBI and nine runs in that time, including two, four-hit games  Was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain from June 18-July 18 H  ad hits in seven consecutive plate appearances from final two plate appearances on Aug. 5 through first plate appearance on Aug. 7 H  it his fourth career grand slam on Sept. 3 vs. Texas, his first since June 2, 2010 at Toronto while with Tampa Bay had two games with four or more RBI, both against Texasalong with four RBI on Sept. 3, drove in a season-high five runs on Aug. 24 at Texas H  it safely in nine of his last 11 games beginning Sept. 16, batting .318 (14-for-44) with four doubles and two triples in that timedrove in 18 runs over his last 33 games dating back to Aug. 20 R  ecorded second career pinch-hit on Sept. 18 vs. Tampa Bay with an eighth-inning doublehis only other pinch-hit was an RBI single on June 20, 2007 at Arizona while with Tampa Bay

2010
E  arned first career Louisville Silver Slugger Award and Rawlings Gold Glove in last season with the Raysbatted .307 in 154 games and set career highs with 19 home runs, 90 RBI, 110 runs scored, a .495 slugging percentage and an .851 OPS N  amed Rays MVP by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the BBWAA, his third team MVP Award (also 2004 and 2006)also received the Paul C. Smith Champion Award for true professionalism on and off the field (Second time, also 2006) P  aced the American League with 13 triples and also ranked among league leaders in average (.307, 9th), runs (110, 4th), hits (184, 8th), multi-hit games (52, 8th), total bases (297, 8th) and stolen bases (47, T-3rd; T-4th in ML) H  it at a .359 clip (56-for-156) with runners in scoring position, second highest in the AL behind Texas Josh Hamilton (.369) R  anked fifth with a .332 batting average (132-for-397) vs. right-handers and eighth with a .313 mark (101-for-323) on the road 90

W  as the hardest qualifying Major Leaguer to double up with an average of 300.0 at-bats per ground into double play (2 GIDP/600 AB) N  o player in the modern era (since 1900) has matched his combination of home runs (19), triples (13), batting average (.307) and stolen bases (47) in one season crawford H  is 110 runs scored broke his own single-season club record (104 in 2004)finished only three behind AL leader Mark Teixeira (113 with New York) despite placing fourth in the league R  eached 60 extra-base hits (62) and 40 stolen bases for the second time in his career (also 2005), only the fifth AL player to do it at least twice, along with Hall of Famers Rickey Henderson, Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker and George Sisler L  ed Majors with eight games of at least four hits, two more than any other player (Colorados Carlos Gonzalez, 6) next closest AL player was Minnesotas Joe Mauer with five such contests F  inished among AL left field leaders in games (3rd, 147), games started (2nd, 144), innings played (3rd,1,260.1), total chances (1st, 315), putouts (2nd, 306), assists (T-4th, 7) and fielding percentage (3rd, .994) M  ade eighth straight Opening Day start for the Rays, all in left field, the most Opening Day starts at any position for any player in club history.is one of 12 players who started the last eight season openers with the same club, along with Atlantas Chipper Jones, Chicagos (AL) Paul Konerko, Clevelands Travis Hafner, Colorados Todd Helton, New Yorks (AL) Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada, Philadelphias Jimmy Rollins, Houstons Roy Oswalt, St. Louis Albert Pujols, Texas Michael Young and Torontos Vernon Wells TRIPLES LEADERS, ACTIVE PLAYERS Player TRIPLES 1. Carl Crawford..............................114 2. Jose Reyes.........................................111 3. Johnny Damon................................ 109 4. Jimmy Rollins.................................. 105

5. Juan Pierre.........................................92 I n that Opening Day game on April 6 vs. Baltimore, provided the 6. Ichiro Suzuki.................................... 80 walk-off win with a two-run double, his sixth career walk-off hit, most in club historybecame the first player in 40 years with more than one game-ending hit on Opening Day (hit a game-ending, three-run homer on Opening Day 2003 against Boston) N  amed AL Player of the Week for June 14-20, third career weekly honortied for MLB lead in that span with nine runs and tied for third with seven walks while hitting .429 (9-for-21) with a .571 OBP and .810 SLG O  n July 8 vs. Cleveland, hit a pair of go-ahead, two-run homers, his fifth career multi-homer game and first at Tropicana Fieldthe long balls traveled 438 and 445 feet, respectively R  eached the All-Star break with 50 RBI and 31 stolen bases, becoming the first player to reach 50 RBI and 30 stolen bases before the break since Cincinnatis Eric Davis in 1987also had a club-record 70 runs scored at the breakteammate B.J. Upton had 25 steals, each reaching 25 stolen bases before the break for a second straight yearprior to them, the last teammates to reach the mark before the All-Star break in the same season were Californias Chad Curtis (37) and Luis Polonia (25) in 1993 E  lected by the fans to start the All-Star Game for the first time, finishing third in fan voting among AL outfielders behind Texas Josh Hamilton and Seattles Ichiro Suzukistarted in left field and batted ninth, going 0-for-2 with a stolen basewas fourth All-Star Game selection overall S  tole 400th base on July 31 vs. the Yankees, becoming the seventh player in modern MLB history (since 1900) to reach the milestone before age 29, joining Rickey Henderson, Ty Cobb, Vince Coleman, Tim Raines, Cesar Cedeo and Eddie Collins M  oved into No. 3 spot in the order on Aug. 9, batting .323 (62-for-192) with 32 RBI in 49 games through the end of the seasonhit primarily No. 2 in the year, batting .299 (122-for-408) with 58 RBI in 101 games in that spot R  ecorded 100th career triple on Aug. 17 vs. Texas at age 29, the youngest to reach it since St. Louis Stan Musial in 1949 (28 yrs, 8 months)was the first player to reach the mark for one team since Milwaukees Robin Yount in 1988 K  nocked his 100th career homer on Aug. 29 vs. Boston, becoming the eighth player since 1900 to reach 100 home runs, 100 triples and 400 stolen basesjoined Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker, Lou Brock, Frankie Frisch, Kenny Lofton, Paul Molitor and Tim Raines (Johnny Damon has since done it)reached the milestones nearly four years younger than anyone else H  it .376 (38-for-101) in September, fourth in the Majorswas the second best month of his career (.388 in Aug. 2007)was the highest monthly average by a Ray in 2010 A  fter the season, was chosen as the Greater Houston Major League Player of the Year and was honored at the Houston Baseball Dinner in January 2011 S  tarted all five of the Rays ALDS games against the Rangers in left field and homered off Neftali Feliz in Game 3 to lead off the ninth and give the Rays a 4-2 lead, his third career postseason homer

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2009
H  it .305 with 15 homers and 68 RBI in 156 games and stole a career-high 60 stolen basesearned his third All-Star selection and was honored as the games MVP crawford H  is 60 steals placed second in the American League behind Bostons Jacoby Ellsbury (70) and marked a singleseason record for the franchisejoins Ellsbury (70 in 2009), Chone Figgins (62 with LAA in 2005) and Juan Pierre (68 with CWS in 2010) as the only AL players during the decade to reach the 60-steal plateau B  ecame one of 10 American Leaguers all time with 60 steals and 60 RBI (also Ellsbury in 2009) and only the fifth since 1932 M  arked his fifth career campaign with at least 50 steals, becoming the eighth player to record five 50-steal seasons before his 28th birthdayalso in that group: Rickey Henderson (7), Tim Raines (6), Ty Cobb (6), Cesar Cedeo (6), Bert Campaneris (5), Eddie Collins (5) and Vince Coleman (5) W  ent 60-for-76 (78.9 percent) in stolen base attemptswas successful in his first 30 tries of the season before being caught by Minnesotas Francisco Liriano on May 30snapped a club-record streak of 32 consecutive successful attempts dating back to July 19, 2008was 30-for-46 (65.2 percent) from May 30 through the rest of the season S  tole a base in nine straight games from April 28-May 6, becoming only the fourth player since 1920 to record a steal in at least as many consecutive games (also Bert Campaneris, Rickey Henderson and Corey Patterson)stole 14 bases in that time, most over a nine-game span since Vince Coleman also had 14 in 1990  Drew a career-high 51 walkstallied career-best .364 OBP and 3.75 pitches per plate appearance T  ied for 10th in the AL with 185 hits, sixth most among all Major League left-handed hitterstied with the Angels Erick Aybar for fifth in the AL with 31 infield hits L  ed all AL left fielders with a .309 batting average (185-for-599)had a team-high .322 clip vs. right-handed pitching (133-for-413), eighth in the AL  Batted .328 (89-for-271) vs. the AL East, including .331 (45-for-136) in such road contests  Had four games with at least four hits, tied for fifth most among American League leaders O  n May 3 vs. Boston, tied a modern MLB record with six stolen basesfourth player ever to do it (fifth time) and first since Colorados Eric Young (June 30, 1996)also went 4-for-4 with a walk, two runs and an RBI H  it a game-winning home run on May 7 at New York in the ninth inning off Mariano RiveraEvan Longoria followed with another homer, the only time the Yankees closer has allowed back-to-back roundtrippers D  rilled a walk-off single on May 21 vs. Oakland in the ninth inning as the Rays rallied from a 5-3 deficit that inning to win 6-5it was his fifth career walk-off hit P  layed his 1,000th career game on June 27 vs. Florida, compiling 341 steals and 87 triples over that spanbecame the first Major League player since Ty Cobb to match those numbers by his 1,000th game N  amed MVP of the 80th All-Star Game played in St. Louis on July 14robbed Brad Hawpe of a go-ahead home run off Jonathan Papelbon in seventh inningWent 1-for-3 at the plate after pinch-hitting for Zack Greinke in the 5th and replacing Jason Bay in left fieldwas his third All-Star Game after being selected by player balloting  Delivered his third career inside-the-park home run on July 20 off Chicagos Gavin Floyd at U.S. Cellular Field O  n Nov. 1, won the 2009 Fielding Bible Award for left field in The Bill James Handbook 2010, his third Fielding Bible Awardachieved an almost-perfect score (99 points) and was chosen by a panel of 10 baseball experts, including Peter Gammons, Bill James, Joe Posnanski and John Dewan, author of The Fielding BibleVolume II

2008
B  atted .273 with eight homers and 57 RBI as he was limited to career-low 109 games, missing most of August and September with a subluxation of his right middle fingerreturned for the first postseason action with the Rays going to the World Series D  espite missing 43 games due to injury, finished second in the AL with 10 triples behind Detroits Curtis Granderson (13)  Made 105 starts, including 103 in left, one in center and one at designated hitter  For the first time in his career, did not increase his batting average from one season to the next C  ollected his 1,000th career hit on April 11 vs. Baltimore and stole his 300th career base on July 7 vs. Kansas City became the seventh player in Major League history to reach 1,000 hits and 300 SB before his 27th birthday, joining Rickey Henderson, Ty Cobb, Tim Raines, Cesar Cedeo, Eddie Collins and Sherry Magee O  n June 19 vs. the Cubs, knocked second career grand slam off Scott Eyre to give the Rays a 6-3 lead in their eventual 8-3 winslam was the key hit in a seven-run seventh inning  Suspended for four games for on-field actions in the brawl on June 5 at Boston, one of five Rays suspended (also 92

James Shields, Jonny Gomes, Edwin Jackson and Akinori Iwamura) and one of eight players total (Coco Crisp, Jon Lester and Sean Casey for Boston)served suspension from June 13-17 L  egged out five triples over a six-game stretch from July 26-Aug. 1, the first Major Leaguer to do that since he did it in July 2004prior to that, the last big leaguers with five triples over six game were Bostons Jim Rice (July 1978) and San Franciscos Willie Mays (Sept. 1960)tripled in three straight games July 29-Aug. 1, the first Ray ever to do so (did it again in three consecutive contests, July 28-31, 2009) S  uffered a subluxation of his right middle finger tendon on Aug. 9 at Seattle, sidelining him until Sept. 26 the injury occurred on a check-swing against Mariners closer J.J. Putz in the 10th inningunderwent surgery (Dr. Donald Sheridan) on Aug. 14 in Phoenix to repair itafter returning, played in two games, but did not get an at-bat H  it .290 (18-for-62) with two homers, three doubles, a triple, eight RBI, seven stolen bases, nine runs and a .468 slugging percentage and started in left field in all 16 postseason gamesbecame the first player in the live ball era (since 1920) to start in his teams postseason opener without a regular-season at-bat during the month of September W  as a perfect 7-for-7 in stolen base attempts, tops in the playoffs and part of the clubs postseason-record 24 stolen bases M  atched the all-time postseason and ALCS record for a single game with five hits in Game 4 of the ALCS at Fenway Park on Oct. 14, going 5-for-5 with two singles, two doubles and one triplefinished the ALCS with a .345 batting average (10-for-29), four RBI, three stolen bases and three runs

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2007
H  it a career-best .315, establishing a thenclub record, with a career-high 37 doubles, 11 homers and 80 RBI in 143 games S  elected to the 78th All-Star Game by AL Manager Jim Leyland, his second career AllStar selectionbecame the first two-time All-Star in club historyentered the game at San Francisco in the fifth inning in left field and went 1-for-2 with a homer off Milwaukees Francisco Cordero, the first Ray to hit an homer in the All-Star Game

Carl Crawford poses with a young fan during his first I ncreased his average for the fifth visit to Dodger Stadium during the offseason. consecutive year dating back to 2002 became the seventh player since 1900 to improve his average over five straight seasons (min. 250 at-bats in each campaign)  Won his fourth AL stolen base crown (shared with Baltimores Brian Roberts) with 50 steals  Batted .318 (62-for-195) vs. left-handed pitching, fourth best among left-handed hitters in the Majors H  it a club-record .342 (102-for-298) on the road, the fourth-best mark away from home in the Majors and second best in the ALtallied a .444 clip (12-for-27) at Yankee Stadium, tops in the AL B  atted a Major League-high .397 (62-for-156) in day games, the second highest such mark in club historyAaron Ledesma batted .420 (42-for-100) in 1998  Belted a go-ahead grand slam, the first of his career, at home on April 24 off the Yankees Mike Myers O  n July 30 vs. Toronto, was not in the lineup due to a sprained right wrist but entered the game as a pinch-runner in the ninth inning with the Rays trailing by a runstole second and scored the tying run on Josh Wilsons two-out single, then led off the 11th inning with a walk-off homer to give the Rays a 5-4 winwas his third career walk-off homer B  eginning on July 30, went 28-for-49 (.571) over his next 12 games, including a stretch in which he had a club record eight straight multi-hit games from Aug. 4-11 (.595, 22-for-37)named AL Co-Player of the Week July 30Aug. 5 (6 G, .591, 13-for-22, 2B, 3 HR, 6 RBI, 8 R, 3 SB)marked second career weekly award (also May 22-28, 2006)  Hit .388 (50-for-129) in August, the best month of his career50 hits led the Majors and are a Rays monthly record S  uspended for two games, Sept. 13-14, as a result of being ejected on Sept. 3 vs. Baltimore after arguing a call at first base  Missed the last 12 games of the season with a left groin strainsuffered the injury on Sept. 16 at Seattle

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2006
 Led the American League with 58 steals and 16 triples, batting .305 with 18 homers and 77 RBI in 151 games crawford N  amed Tampa Bays team MVP and received the Champion Award from the Tampa Bay Chapter of the BBWAA became the first player to win both the MVP and Champion Award in the same year (Carlos Pea since did it in 2007 and Crawford did it again in 2010)also named Houston Area Player of the Year by the Houston Chapter of the BBWAA B  ecame just the second player all time to increase his home runs and batting average over four consecutive seasons (min. 250 at-bats per season)joined Hall of Famer Rogers Hornsby, who did it from 1918-22 I s one of six players in the modern era (since 1900) to reach at least 18 home runs and 58 steals in the same seasonNew Yorks (NL) Jose Reyes also did it in 2006 (19 HR, 64 SB), making them the first to accomplish the feat since Rickey Henderson with Oakland in 1991 M  arked his third consecutive season pacing the AL in triplesbecame just the fifth player all time to lead the AL in triples in three straight seasons joining Elmer Flick (1905-07), Sam Crawford (1913-15), Zoilo Versalles (1963-65) and Lance Johnson (1991-94)Versalles was also the last AL player to reach double digits in homers and triples in three straight seasons H  ad 104 doubles, 60 triples and 48 home runs before turning 25the only other players to do that are Buddy Lewis and Arky Vaughan F  inished sixth in the AL in batting with runners in scoring position (.348) and multi-hit games (59), 10th with 183 hits and tied for eighth in outfield assists with a career-high-tying 10 W  as the only Ray to have enough plate appearances to qualify for the batting titleled Tampa Bay in most offensive categories, including games (151), at-bats (600), average (.305), on-base percentage (.348), slugging percentage (.482), OPS (.830), runs (89), hits (183), triples (16), sacrifice bunts (9) and steals (58)59 multi-hit games set a club recordstarted a team-high 148 games, including 144 in left field, one in center and three as the designated hitter N  amed AL co-Player of the Week with Detroits Justin Verlander for May 22-28, his first monthly honorhit .484 (15-for-31) over the week with three homers, five RBI and eight stolen bases W  ent 5-for-5 with five runs and four stolen bases on May 24 at Toronto, all of which set club records at the time was the first player to get five hits and four steals in a game since Rickey Henderson on April 11, 1988 for Toronto vs. the Yankeesfollowed that up with three hits and two more steals the next night at Boston, becoming the first player since divisional play began in 1969 to get eight hits and six steals over two games O  n July 5 vs. Boston, stole second, third and home all by the fourth inningwas the first Major Leaguer to steal for the cycle in a game since Colorados Tom Goodwin in 2000reached his 200th career stolen base on the second steal of the game

2005
B  atted .301 in 156 games and finished with career-high 194 hits and also had 46 steals, 81 RBI and 15 home runs in modern Major League history (since 1900), only six players have reached those numbers in a season, including Craig Biggio (Houston, 1998), Alex Rodriguez (Seattle, 1998), Johnny Damon (Kansas City, 2000), Jose Reyes (New York Mets, 2006) and Hanley Ramirez (Florida, 2007) B  ecame the first American Leaguer to have 15 homers and 15 triples in a season since Torontos Lloyd Moseby in 1984 (15 triples, 18 homers)was the sixth player since World War II to reach 30 doubles, 15 triples and 15 homers  Led the AL in triples (15) for the second consecutive season F  inished the year with 35 hits against the Yankees, batting .407 (35-for-86) in 19 gameswas the first AL player with as many hits against an opponent since Kansas Citys George Brett went 36-for-80 (.450) vs. the Angels in 1975 H  ad 25 more chances than any other Major League left fielder and had the best fielding percentage (.994) among AL left fielders with 100 or more startsmade 150 starts overall, with 142 in left and eight in centerin total, ranked fourth in fielding percentage among AL outfielders with at least 100 starts at .995 O  n April 6, hit the sixth inside-the-park home run in Tampa Bay club history, the first of his career, and added a triple in the Rays six-run eighth inningbecame the first AL player to have a triple and an inside-the-park homer in the same game since Bostons Dwight Evans on July 4, 1988 vs. Kansas City  Tied a club record with four extra-base hits on Aug. 2 at Texas, two doubles and two triples D  id not get a plate appearance the last five games of the season due to a sore left wristwas batting .371 (33-for89) in September

2004
R  eached double-digit home runs for the first time in his career (11) and batted .296 with 26 doubles, a Major League-high 19 triples and 55 RBI in 152 games 94

 Earned first All-Star selection and named the Rays MVP by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the BBWAA L  ed the AL with 59 steals, which set a then-club record (he passed with 60 in 2009)were 23 more than Seattles Ichiro Suzuki who finished second in the circuit, the biggest margin in the AL since 1989 when Rickey Henderson had 32 more than Cecil Espywas second in the Majors behind Milwaukees Scott Podsednik (70) crawford  At the age of 23, became the fifth youngest player since 1900 to win back-to-back stolen base titles (AL or NL)  Led the Majors with 19 triples, which also established a Tampa Bay franchise record O  nly two players since 1900 have reached his totals for steals (59) and triples (19) in the same season: Ty Cobb (1911, 24 triples and 83 stolen bases; 1912, 23 triples and 61 stolen bases) and Juan Samuel (1984, 19 triples and 72 stolen bases) S  et a club record with 104 runs (he passed in 2010)Rays were 49-33 when he scored a run, 14-5 when he scored at least two W  as the first MLB player since Ichiro Suzuki in 2001 with at least 50 steals and 50 extra-base hits in a single season R  eached 175 hits and 50 steals in each of his first two full seasonsbecame the seventh player in Major League history to have reached those figures in their first two full MLB campaigns, joining Eddie Collins (1909-10), Willie Wilson (1979-80), Tim Raines (1982-83), Mookie Wilson (1982-83), Juan Samuel (1984-85) and Tony Womack (1997-98)  Was the toughest to double up in the Majors, grounding into only two double plays in 626 at-bats S  tarted 144 games: 115 in left field, 25 in center field, four at designated hitterdidnt make his first error of the season until Aug. 24, his 123rd gamehad gone a string of 133 games without one dating back to Sept. 13, 2003 H  ouston native was voted by the player ballot to his first All-Star Game at Houstons Minute Maid Parkthe day of the All-Star Game, was honored by Houston Mayor Bill White at City Hallpinch-hit and played left field, going 0-for-222-year-old was the youngest Ray to be selected to an All-Star Gamealso the youngest position player on the AL squad and second-youngest player overall on the AL team behind the Angels Frankie Rodriguez J ammed left knee sliding into first base on Oct. 2 at Detroit, ending his season on the second to last dayMRI revealed only a bruise Baseball  America named him the best 22-year-old in the Majors following the season A  fter the season, chosen for the MLB All-Star Tour of Japanbatted .346 (9-for-26), second best on the team behind Torontos Vernon Wells (.407)also had one homer and five stolen bases as the All-Stars went 5-3 on the tour

2003
I n his first full big league season, batting .281 with a teamleading nine triples, an AL-best 55 steals, five homers and 54 RBI in 151 games P  aced the AL with 55 stealstopped Tampa Bays previous club record of 31 by Jason Tyner in 2001 (since passed several times) A  t 22 years, 54 days old, became the fifth-youngest player since 1900 to win a league stolen base crown behind Ty Cobb (20 years, 292 days with Detroit in 1907), Richie Ashburn (21 years, 199 days with Philadelphia in 1948), Rickey Henderson (21 years, 286 days with Oakland in 1980) and Tim Raines (22 years, 19 days with Montreal in 1981)

STEALS LEADERS, ACTIVE PLAYERS Player TRIPLES 1. Juan Pierre....................................... 591 2. Ichiro Suzuki...................................452 3. Carl Crawford............................ 432 4. Jose Reyes....................................... 410 5. Johnny Damon............................... 408

J oined Rocco Baldelli as the first 21-year-olds to start in the same outfield on Opening Day since the 1972 Phillies started Greg Luzinski (21) and Mike Anderson (20)combined with Baldelli for 361 hits, the most by teammates each 22 or younger at seasons end since Richie Ashburn and Granny Hamner of 1949 Phillies (362)the two finished first (Crawford, 55) and seventh (Baldelli, 27) in the AL in steals, the youngest teammates with 25 SB each since 1910 when Josh DeVore and Fred Snodgrass of the New York Giants accomplished the feat H  it the 17th Opening Day walk-off home run in Major League history on March 31knocked a two-out, three-run, ninth-inning homer off Bostons Chad Fox, giving the Rays a 6-4 winwas the eighth American Leaguer to do it A  lso hit a three-run, walk-off homer off Chicagos (AL) Billy Koch to lift the Rays to a 4-3, come-from-behind win on July 4was the first walk-off homer ever hit on July 4  Stole a then-club record 19 straight bases from July 12-Aug. 19  Served a three-game suspension, July 19-21, as a result of a fight between the Rays and Pirates on June 13 I n a poll conducted by Baseball America, selected by AL managers as the second fastest baserunner in the league behind Ichiro Suzuki LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide95

2002
S  plit the season between Triple-A Durham and Tampa Bay, batting .259 with two homers and 30 RBI in 63 games in his first big league action crawford N  amed Rays Most Outstanding Rookie by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the BBWAA after making his big league debut in Julyalso earned International League Rookie of the Year honors at Triple-A Durham  Promoted from Durham on July 20 and started 63 of the Rays final 67 games, all in left field  Made his Major League debut on July 20 at Toronto and singled home a pair of runs off Brian Bowles in his third at-bat L  ed all AL rookies with six triplesnotched five triples in his first 83 big league at-batswas the first player to record five triples in his first 21 games since Philadelphias Jeff Stone did it in 16 games in 1984-85 E  ach of his first two Major League home runs came off Kansas Citys Shawn Sedlacek (Aug. 10 at Kansas City and Aug. 16 vs. Kansas City)  Was leading all of minor league baseball with nine triples before his recall S  elected to play for the U.S. team in the MLB All-Star Futures Game on July 7 in Milwaukee and went 0-for-3also chosen to participate in the Triple-A All-Star Game in Oklahoma City, going 1-for-4 with a stolen base  Tabbed the Most Exciting Player in the International League by Baseball America

2001
N  amed Double-A Orlando Player of the Year after leading the club in hitting (.274), games (132), at-bats (537), runs (64), hits (147), total bases (189), RBI (51) and stolen bases (36)  Ranked second in the organization in steals and posted the systems third most hits R  ated as the No. 10 prospect in the Southern League and named the Fastest Baserunner in a poll of league managersselected to play in the midseason Double-A All-Star game at Tennessee and went 1-for-3 with an RBI R  anked as No. 2 prospect in the Tampa Bay organization by Baseball America, behind only Josh Hamiltonnamed the systems Best Hitter for Average by the publication W  as leading the Arizona Fall League with a .386 average (27-for-70) before leaving to join Team USA in the 2001 World Cup in Chinese Taipeiwas the youngest member (20 years, two months) of the Silver Medal-winning USA Baseball World Cup team, managed by Terry Franconastarted eight of 10 games, batting .219 (7-for-32) with a triple and four RBI

2000
W  ith Single-A Charleston, led the South Atlantic League in hits (170) and was named to the postseason SAL AllStar Team in first full professional season 1  70 hits led all of Class-A ballalso finished among SAL leaders with 564 at-bats (2nd), 11 triples (T-2nd), stolen bases (3rd, 55) and 99 runs (4th)led all Rays farmhands in stolen bases  Selected to the Howe Sportsdata All-Teen Team along with teammate Josh Hamilton R  ated the No. 2 18-year-old in professional baseball, the No. 6 prospect in the South Atlantic League, No. 3 prospect in the Rays organization, and the Fastest Baserunner in the Tampa Bay system by Baseball America

1999
B  egan professional career at Rookie-level Princetonled the team in at-bats (260), runs (62) and hits (83) and was second with 17 stolen bases  Rated as the seventh-best prospect in the Appalachian League by Baseball America

Amateur Highlights
Was a three-sport star in baseball, basketball and football at Jefferson Davis High School in Houston, TXbatted .563 as a senior with 29 stolen bases his senior yearon the football field, played defense his first two years, but when the starting quarterback was injured at the start of his junior season, moved to QBalso averaged 25.0 points per game in basketball at Daviswas offered a football scholarship to the University of Nebraska to be an option quarterback.

PERSONAL
Carl Demonte Crawfordhis brother, Cory, was a wide receiver at Sam Houston State University in 2004-05 and his uncle, Jack Crawford, played in the minors for the Angelsgrew up just minutes from the future site of Houstons Minute Maid Park in what is known as the Fifth Ward neighborhoodwas a Little League teammate of outfielder Michael Bournis a two-time recipient of the Paul C. Smith Champion Award (2006, 2010), given by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the BBWAA for true professionalism on and off the fieldin 2010, sponsored Carls Crew Kids Club, a group 96

from community centers in South St. Petersburg, FLon July 29, 2009, teamed with CC Sabathia to host an event at Tropicana Field, Catching up with Carl Crawford, which involved several hundred youth and was designed to encourage African-American kids to be involved with the sport of baseballstarted the Carl Crawford Youth Sports Foundation in Houston in 2007 with childhood coach Kerry Hardy, which sponsors youth teams from the Houston areawas active with the Rays Baseball Foundation during his time with the organization and he lent his support to help improve the West Tampa Little League Fields in 2007originally selected by Tampa Bay in the second round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft

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CARL CRAWFORDs CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 1999 Princeton 2000 Charleston 2001 Orlando 2002 TAMPA BAY Durham 2003 TAMPA BAY 2004 TAMPA BAY 2005 TAMPA BAY 2006 TAMPA BAY 2007 TAMPA BAY 2008 TAMPA BAY 2009 TAMPA BAY 2010 TAMPA BAY 2011 BOSTON Pawtucket 2012 BOSTON Pawtucket Portland GCL Red Sox Major League-11 years Minor League-6 years AVG G .319 60 .301 135 .274 132 .259 63 .297 85 .281 151 .296 152 .301 156 .305 151 .315 143 .273 109 .305 156 .307 154 .255 130 .200 2 .282 31 .333 3 .400 3 .214 5 .292 1396 .295 425 AB 260 564 537 259 353 630 626 644 600 584 443 606 600 506 5 117 12 10 14 5615 1755 R H 62 83 99 170 64 147 23 67 59 105 80 177 104 185 101 194 89 183 93 184 69 121 96 185 110 184 65 129 1 1 23 33 2 4 2 4 2 3 853 1642 291 517 2B 3B HR 14 4 0 21 11 6 24 3 4 11 6 2 17 9 7 18 9 5 26 19 11 33 15 15 20 16 18 37 9 11 12 10 8 28 8 15 30 13 19 29 7 11 0 0 0 10 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 254 114 118 77 28 17 RBI 25 57 51 30 52 54 55 81 77 80 57 68 90 56 1 19 1 1 0 667 188 SH 1 9 6 6 4 1 4 5 9 1 0 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 34 20 SF 3 1 2 1 4 3 6 6 2 2 5 5 5 4 0 2 0 0 0 41 10 HP 1 3 4 3 2 1 1 5 4 5 2 8 3 3 0 2 0 0 0 37 10 BB 13 32 36 9 20 26 35 27 37 32 30 51 46 23 1 3 1 2 5 319 110 SO 47 102 90 41 69 102 81 84 85 112 60 99 104 104 1 22 1 1 4 894 315 SB 17 55 36 9 26 55 59 46 58 50 25 60 47 18 0 5 1 1 0 432 136 CS 4 9 20 5 8 10 15 8 9 10 7 16 10 6 0 0 0 0 1 96 42 OBP .350 .342 .323 .290 .335 .309 .331 .331 .348 .355 .319 .364 .356 .289 .333 .306 .385 .500 .421 .332 .338 SLG E .404 8 .410 8 .352 6 .371 1 .456 1 .362 3 .450 2 .469 2 .482 3 .466 4 .400 4 .452 4 .495 2 .405 3 .200 0 .479 1 .333 0 .600 0 .286 0 .441 29 .399 23

CARL CRAWFORDs CAREER ALL-star BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2002 AL (Devil Rays) 2007 AL (Devil Rays) 2009 AL (Rays) 2010 AL (Rays) All-Star Totals AVG .000 .500 .333 .000 .222 G 1 1 1 1 4 AB 2 2 3 2 9 R 0 1 0 0 1 H 0 1 1 0 2 2B 0 0 0 0 0 3B 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 1 0 0 1 RBI 0 1 0 0 1 SH 0 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 0 0 0 SO 1 0 1 0 2 SB 0 0 0 1 1 CS 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .000 .500 .333 .000 .222 SLG .000 2.000 .333 .000 .556

CARL CRAWFORDs CAREER POSTSEASON BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2008 NLDS: TB vs. CWS NLCS: TB vs. BOS WS: TB vs. PHI 2010 NLDS: TB vs. TEX Postseason Totals LDS Totals LCS Totals WS Totals AVG .214 .345 .263 .143 .253 .171 .345 .263 G 4 7 5 5 21 9 7 5 AB 14 29 19 21 83 35 29 19 R 2 3 4 1 10 3 3 4 H 3 10 5 3 21 6 10 5 2B 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 1 3B 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 HR 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 2 RBI 2 4 2 1 9 3 4 2 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HP 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 BB 2 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 SO 2 7 1 4 14 6 7 1 SB 3 3 1 1 8 4 3 1 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .313 .367 .300 .143 .287 .216 .367 .300 SLG .214 .483 .632 .286 .422 .257 .483 .632

CARL CRAWFORDs CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 5, May 24, 2006 at TOR 5 (3 times), last: Aug. 24, 2011 at TEX 2 (5 times), last: July 8, 2010 vs. CLE 5, May 24, 2006 at TOR Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 6, May 3, 2009 vs. BOS 3 (2 times), last: April 29, 2007 at OAK 13 games (4 times), last: June 21-July 5, 2009 4, last: Sept. 3, 2011 vs. TEX (Tateyama)

Carl crawfords CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Outfield PCT .990 G 1361 PO 2956 A 52 E 29 TC 3037 DP 6

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Tampa Bay in the second round (52nd overall) of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft Signed by Boston as a free agent on Dec. 10, 2010 A  cquired by Los Angeles with Josh Beckett (RHP), Adrian Gonzalez (1B) and Nick Punto (INF) from Boston for Ivan De Jesus (INF), James Loney (1B), Allen Webster (RHP) and two players to be named later (RHP Rubby De La Rosa and INF/OF Jerry Sands) on Aug. 25, 2012

DISABLED LIST
A  ug. 10-Sept. 26, 2008 (sublaxation of right middle finger tendon) June 18-July 18, 2011 (strained left hamstring) March 26-July 16, 2012 (left wrist surgery) Aug. 20-conclusion of the season (left elbow surgery)

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Luis Cruz
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 210 Opening Day Age: 29 M.L. Service: 1.076 Born: Feb. 10, 1984 in Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico Resides: Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Nov. 15, 2011

INfielder

@CochitoCruz

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Career Highlights
S  mooth-fielding infielder has batted .270 with six homers and 46 RBI in 134 career games with Pittsburgh (200809), Milwaukee (2010) and Los Angeles (2012) H  as a .985 career fielding percentage and has committed only seven errors in 1,037.2 career innings at second base (nine games, 1.000 fielding pct.), third base (51 games, .984) and shortstop (66 games, .983) S  aw his first extended big league action with the Dodgers last season, leading the Dodgers in batting average (.297), hits (84), doubles (20) and games (78) from the time of his call-up (July 2) through the end of the season, while ranking third on the club with 40 RBI S  elected as the 2011 MVP of the Mexican Winter League, batting .340 with 17 homers and 47 RBI in 62 games with Tomateros de Culiacan  Appeared in five games for Team Mexico in the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006 M  ade his Major League debut on Sept. 2, 2008 with the Pirates at Cincinnati and singled off Aaron Harang in his first big league at-batpowered his first big league home run with a two-run shot off the Mets Johan Santana in the third inning on July 20, 2012 at Citi Field  Originally signed by Boston as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 29, 2000 out of Mexico

year-by-year

2012
C  alled up on July 2 and from that point forward, led the Dodgers in batting average (.297), hits (84), doubles (20) and games (78), while ranking third on the club with 40 RBI H  it .325 with runners in scoring position (25-for-77) and batted .315 with runners on base (39-for-124)hit .351 in close and late situations (20-for-57) and had five game-winning RBI B  atted .331 (48-for-145) over the seasons final 48 games, which was the sixth-highest mark among National Leaguers (min. 150 plate appearances) after Aug. 12 H  it his first Major League homer on July 20 at New York with a two-run shot off the Mets Johan Santana homered in consecutive games for the first time in his career on Aug. 18-19 at Atlanta D  rove in runs in his first four games as a Dodger, becoming the first Dodger to have an RBI in his first four games with the club since Jimmy Wynn did so in six in a row from April 5-10, 1974 H  it safely in 12 consecutive games from July 17-29, batting .300 (15-for-50) with four doubles, two homers and 12 RBI during the runthe career-long hitting streak was the second longest run by a Dodger this season  Established single-game career highs with four hits (Sept. 3 vs. San Diego) and four RBI (Sept. 14 vs. St. Louis) A  ppeared in 51 games (48 starts) at third base, 24 games (23 starts) at shortstop and two games (both starts) at second base, committing just four errors and posting a combined .983 fielding percentagehis .984 fielding percentage as a third baseman ranked second among National Leaguers at the hot corner (min. 50 games) N  amed a Pacific Coast League All-Star after batting .318 with 31 doubles, three triples, eight homers and 46 RBI in 74 games with Triple-A Albuquerque prior to his July 2 promotionbatted .390 (30-for-77) with runners in scoring position S  elected as the May Dodger Pride Award winner for Albuquerque, batting .317 with four homers and 20 RBI in 26 games in the monthtied for fourth in the PCL with 18 extra-base hits and tied for the league lead with 13 doubles

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2011
S  igned by the Rangers and batted a combined .298 with 16 homers and 52 RBI in 83 combined games with Triple-A Round Rock and the Diablos Rojos of the Mexican League  Batted .325 (25-for-77) against left-handers while with Round Rock  Appeared in games at second base (21 combined games), third base (21), shortstop (36) and left field (nine) L  oaned to the Diablos Rojos from June 20-Aug. 30 and hit safely in 15 of 16 games at a .406 clip with seven homers and 18 RBI in 16 gameshit .550 with runners in scoring position (11-for-20) while with the Diablos Rojos P  layed in the Mexican Winter League following the season and was selected as the leagues MVP, batting .340 with 17 homers and 47 RBI in 62 games with Tomateros de Culiacan cruz

2010
C  laimed off waivers by Milwaukee prior to the season and earned a selection as a Pacific Coast League All-Star with Triple-A Nashville before appearing in seven games with the Brewers as a September call-up N  amed Nashville team MVP and was a Pacific Coast League All-Star...ranked among the Nashville team leaders in hits (137, 2nd), doubles (29, 2nd), home runs (10, T-5th) and RBI (68, 4th)  Was recalled by Milwaukee on Sept. 7  Appeared in seven games with the Brewers, including five games (three starts) at shortstop  Tripled off the Marlins Anibal Sanchez on Sept. 23, 2010 at Miller Park for his first career three-base hit  Following the season played for Culiacan in the Mexican Pacific League

2009
 Made his first Opening Day roster and batted .214 with 2 RBI in 27 games in two stints with Pittsburgh  Made 18 starts for the Pirates (14 at shortstop, four at second base) O  ptioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on April 17 after appearing in just one game, but returned to Pittsburgh for the rest of the season on July 10  With Pittsburgh, batted .286 with runners in scoring position (32-for-112)  Batted .253 with three HR and 23 RBI in 66 games at Indianapolis, hitting .323 (21-for-65) against left-handers  Following the season played for Culiacan in the Mexican Pacific League

2008
S  igned by Pittsburgh as a free agent prior to the season and saw his first Major League action, appearing in 22 games as a September call-up for the Piratesbatted .279 with nine homers and 61 RBI in 137 combined games with Double-A Altoona and Triple-A Indianapolis M  ade his Major League debut on Sept. 2 at Cincinnati as he started at shortstop (1-for-4) had a single off Aaron Harang in his first career at-bat and was then caught stealing  Made 20 starts with Pittsburgh (18 games at shortstop, two games at second base) W  ith the Pirates, went 5-for-17 (.294) with two outsall three of his extra-base hits (all doubles) came with two down B  egan the season at Double-A Altoona, where he batted .265 with six homers and 46 RBI in 105 games before he was promoted to Triple-A Indianapolis on July 29 B  atted .325 with three home runs and 15 RBI in 32 games with Indianapolis to earn a promotion to Pittsburgh on Sept. 2had 12 multi-hit games with Indianapolis  At Triple-A, batting .424 (14-for-33) with all three of his homers coming against left-handed pitchers  Following the season played for Obregon in the Mexican Pacific League

2007
S  plit the season between Triple-A Portland and Double-A San Antonio, batting .219 with nine home runs and 36 RBI in 114 combined games  Combined to appear in 107 games at shortstop, four at second base and two at third base  Entered the year as rated Best Defensive Infielder in the Padres organization, according to Baseball America B  egan the season at Portland, where he batted .168 with five home runs and 17 RBI in 45 games before he was transferred to San Antonio for the rest of the season on May 25  Batted .252 with four home runs and 19 RBI in 69 games with San Antonio  Following the season played for Navojoa in the Mexican Pacific League LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide99

2006
W  as named Double-A Mobiles Player of the Year, leading the team in hits (130), runs (65), doubles (35) and RBI (65)  Selected as a Southern League All-Star as he ranked third in the league in doubles (35) and extra-base hits (50) cruz  Participated in the All-Star Futures Game in Pittsburgh  Played for Mexico in the inaugural World Baseball Classic and went 0-for-1 in five games off the bench  Following the season played for Navojoa in the Mexican Pacific League

2005
S  tarted and finished the season at Double-A Mobile, but was loaned to the Mexico City Diablos Rojos of the Mexican League from May 11-July 27  Entered the season as Best Defensive Infielder in the Padres organization according to Baseball America S  aw his first outfield experience while playing for the Diablos Rojos, playing 10 games in center field, 39 games at second base and 24 at third basewith Mobile, appeared in 42 games at shortstop and one at third base  Following the season played for Navojoa in the Mexican Pacific League

2004
R  anked among the Single-A Lake Elsinore leaders in hits (142, 2nd), runs (75, 2nd), doubles (35, 2nd) and RBI (72, 2nd) in 124 games  Selected as a California League All-Star

2003
P  osted a .231 batting average with eight homers in 129 games, but ranked among the Single-A Fort Wayne leaders in hits (111, 3rd), doubles (24, 3rd) and RBI (53, 3rd)  Appeared in 111 games at shortstop and 18 at second base

2002
 Batted .215 with three home runs and 24 RBI in 79 games with the Rookie GCL Red Sox and Class-A Augusta  Was traded by Boston to San Diego on Dec. 16 in exchange for infielder Cesar Crespo

2001
W  as a Gulf Coast League All-Star in his first pro season as he batted .259 with three home runs and 18 RBI in 53 games

Personal
Luis Alfonso Cruzresides in Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico with his wife, Maria, and sons, Luis and Alejandrohis father, Luis, played in the Mexican League from 1983-2000 and finished his career with more than 200 home runs and a lifetime batting average near .300has been active in the community during his time in Los Angeles, participating in the teams community caravan in January, attending the Dodgers annual Childrens Holiday Party in December and passing out turkeys to those in need at the clubs annual Turkey Giveaway last November originally signed by Boston as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 29, 2000.

DODGER HOME FIELDS


Washington Park.....................................................................................................................................................1890 Eastern Park....................................................................................................................................................1891-1897 Washington Park.............................................................................................................................................1898-1912 (Across from first Washington Park) Ebbets Field..................................................................................................................................................... 1913-1957 Roosevelt Stadium. ............................................................................................................................................1956-57 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum....................................................................................................................1958-1961 Dodger Stadium........................................................................................................................................ 1962-present

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Year Team AVG G 2001 GCL Red Sox .259 53 2002 GCL Red Sox .292 21 Augusta .188 58 2003 Fort Wayne .231 129 2004 Lake Elsinore .277 124 2005 Mobile .159 44 Diablos Rojos (Mex) .283 61 2006 Mobile .261 130 2007 Portland .168 45 San Antonio .252 69 2008 PITTSBURGH .224 22 Altoona .265 105 Indianapolis .325 32 2009 PITTSBURGH .214 27 Indianapolis .253 66 2010 MILWAUKEE .235 7 Nashville .281 129 2011 Round Rock .273 67 Diablos Rojos (Mex) .406 16 2012 LOS ANGELES .297 78 Albuquerque .318 74 Major League-4 years .270 134 Dodger Totals-1 year .297 78 Minor League-12 years .258 1146 AB 197 72 202 481 512 151 226 499 155 238 67 374 120 70 229 17 488 275 64 283 289 437 283 4282 R H 18 51 10 21 16 38 55 111 75 142 14 24 29 64 65 130 15 26 24 60 6 15 41 99 19 39 5 15 28 58 2 4 54 137 34 75 15 26 26 84 46 92 39 118 26 84 514 1103 2B 9 4 7 24 35 2 15 35 10 10 3 24 10 1 15 0 29 15 3 20 31 24 20 260 3B 0 0 1 1 3 1 3 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 3 1 0 18 HR 3 0 3 8 8 3 4 12 5 4 0 6 3 0 3 0 10 9 7 6 8 6 6 85 RBI 18 9 15 53 72 6 23 65 17 19 3 46 15 2 23 1 68 34 18 40 46 46 40 506 SH 0 1 1 5 6 1 1 5 0 0 2 4 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 3 1 30 SF 2 0 2 8 6 1 1 4 2 3 0 4 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 2 2 1 39 HP 1 1 0 5 3 2 1 2 1 2 2 4 1 1 1 0 7 1 0 2 1 5 2 32 BB 7 3 9 30 24 9 10 29 9 13 3 19 3 6 6 0 15 10 5 9 13 18 9 199 SO 17 6 30 55 56 31 26 62 24 20 2 35 14 7 26 2 56 40 3 34 34 45 34 506 SB 1 2 0 2 3 0 4 8 0 3 1 3 2 0 3 0 0 2 0 2 1 3 2 30 CS 4 2 2 2 7 1 1 4 0 0 1 3 4 0 3 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 35 OBP .285 .329 .221 .279 .310 .215 .315 .301 .216 .293 .278 .304 .347 .282 .274 .235 .309 .301 .449 .322 .348 .305 .322 .293 SLG E .350 7 .347 8 .277 18 .335 42 .404 42 .245 7 .429 3 .415 29 .342 9 .345 15 .269 1 .382 21 .483 5 .229 2 .358 6 .353 0 .414 21 .433 9 .781 5 .431 4 .529 11 .371 7 .431 4 .386 255

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LUIS CRUZs CAREER WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2006 Mexico Totals AVG .000 .000 G 5 5 AB 1 1 R 0 0 H 0 0 2B 0 0 3B 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0 SH 0 0 SF 0 0 HP 0 0 BB 0 0 SO 0 0 SB 0 0 CS 0 0 OBP .000 .000 SLG .000 .000

LUIS CRUZS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 4, Sept. 3, 2012 vs. SD 4, Sept. 14, 2012 vs. STL 1 (6 times), last: Sept. 30, 2012 vs. COL 2 (4 times), last: July 4, 2012 vs. CIN Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 1 (3 times), last: Aug. 5, 2012 vs. CHC 2, Aug. 17, 2012 at ATL 12 games, July 17-29, 2012 None

LUIS CRUZs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Second Base Third Base Shortstop PCT 1.000 .984 .983 G 9 51 66 PO 17 48 120 A 25 92 174 E 0 2 5 TC 42 123 299 DP 5 9 36

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
 Signed by Boston as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 29, 2000 A  cquired by San Diego from Boston in exchange for Cesar Crespo (INF) on Dec. 16, 2002 Signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on Dec. 11, 2007 Claimed off waivers by Milwaukee on Dec. 7, 2009 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Nov. 15, 2011

DISABLED LIST
Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

DODGER DOG ORIGIN


The term Dodger Dog was coined by Thomas Arthur, the longtime concessions manager at Dodger Stadium. Arthur wanted to borrow the concept of the foot-long hot dog from New Yorks Coney Island. An estimated 2 million Dodger Dogs were sold at Dodger Stadium in 2012, making it the best-selling hot dog in the Majors.

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Scott Elbert

BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 220 Opening Day Age: 27 M.L. Service: 2.069 Born: August 13, 1985 in Joplin, MO Resides: Surprise, AZ Acquired: Selected in the first round (17th overall) of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft

Left-Handed Pitcher

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Career Highlights
Effective left-handed reliever has a 3.61 ERA in 120 appearances over five big league seasons Has limited opponents to a .241 batting average in his career with 92 strikeouts in 92.1 career innings A  t his best in pressure situations, holding first batters to a .181 mark and limiting hitters to a .232 average with runners in scoring position Ranks fifth in the Major Leagues among left-handed relievers (minimum 50 games pitched) with a 2.32 ERA since 2011 Ranks seventh in the NL in ERA among relief pitchers (minimum 50 games pitched) over the last two seasons Is a career 3-0 with a 2.72 ERA in 57 career games at Dodger Stadium, including a 0.54 ERA in 22 home games in 2012 Posted a career-low 2.20 ERA in 43 appearances in 2012 Notched his first Major League save by retiring the final Colorado hitter on June 12, 2011 at Coors Field P  icked up his first big league win on April 19, 2009 with 2.2 innings of relief against the Rockiesalso stroked an RBI double in that game for his first Major League hit and RBI A  ppeared in 19 regular-season games with the Dodgers in 2009 and earned a spot on Los Angeles National League Championship Series roster vs. Philadelphia W  on the 2009 Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher of the Year, going 4-4 with a 3.84 ERA in a combined 20 games (18 starts), striking out 125 with just 44 walks in 96.0 innings for Double-A Chattanooga and Triple-A Albuquerque M  ade his Major League debut on Aug. 29, 2008 with 0.2 scoreless innings at Arizona and struck out the first two batters he faced, Adam Dunn and Mark Reynolds H  is first five big league outs were recorded by strikeout, one shy of the Dodger and Major League record of six by Pete Richert in 1962 H  as gone 32-24 with a 3.45 ERA in 138 games (93 starts) in eight minor league seasons after being selected with one of two Dodger first-round picks in the 2004 draft Selected by the Dodgers in the first round (17th overall) of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
P  osted a career-best 2.20 ERA and a 1-1 record in 43 appearances in an injury-shortened season...was placed on the disabled list from July 27-Aug. 19 and then Aug. 29-conclusion of the season with left elbow inflammation H  ad season-ending left elbow surgery on Aug. 19, performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrachealso underwent a left elbow arthroscopy on Jan. 23, 2013 in Los Angeles B  egan the season by posting a 4.91 ERA (6 ER/11.0 IP) in his first 17 appearances through May 22 and then allowed just two runs in 21.2 innings (0.83 ERA) over his final 26 outings...did not allow a run in his last 13 appearances (11.1 IP) after June 25 T  ossed scoreless relief in 21 of his 22 home appearances, allowing just one run in 16.2 innings (0.54 ERA) and limiting opponents to a .175 batting average (10-for-57) L  imited opposing hitters to a .231 batting average, including a .170 mark (8-for-47) against right-handers...held first batters to a .171 batting average (6-for-35) with eight strikeouts I nherited 42 runners, tied for the 16th most in the NL, and allowed only 10 to score (23.8%), the 20th-best mark in the NL (min. 30 IR) Had a 0.54 home ERA in 2012 102

2011
A  ppeared in a career-high 47 games, going 0-1 with two saves and a 2.43 ERA (9 ER/33.1 IP)his ERA ranked 20th among NL relievers (min. 45 games) W  as recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque on May 11 and spent the rest of the season with the Dodgers...in the minors, was 2-0 with a 5.02 ERA (8 ER/14.1 IP) in 13 games Struck out the side in a perfect inning of relief vs. Arizona on May 15, his first big league of the season R  ecorded his first Major League save on June 12 at Colorado, retiring the only batter he facedearned his second big league save on Aug. 5 at Arizona Tossed scoreless relief in 26 of his last 28 outings Left-handers batted just .191 (13-for-68) with no homers against him F  rom July 6 through the end of the season, posted an ERA of 0.81 (2 ER/22.1 IP) and limited the opposition to a .222 average Posted a 1.13 ERA (2 ER/16.0IP) with 17 strikeouts in 16.0 innings in 21 home appearances O verall, limited opponents to a .220 average (27-for-123) with 34 strikeouts in 33.1 innings In 27 games after the All-Star break, limited hitters to a .221 average and posted a 0.84 ERA (2 ER/21.1 IP) H  ad back-to-back outings on June 9 and 11 in which he gave up five earned runs ... without those contests, his ERA was 1.09 (4 ER/33.0 IP) Held opponents to just a .154 batting average (2-for-13) with runners in scoring position H  elped set up an autograph session with his teammates at Dodger Stadium to aid the relief effort for his hometown of Joplin, MO after the devastating tornado that took place in May E  ntered 2011 rated as the Dodgers No. 7 prospect and as having the best slider in the clubs minor league system by Baseball America elbert

2010
M  ade only one appearance on the season with the big league clubspent much of his seventh professional season on the inactive list R  ecalled by the Dodgers on May 28 and appeared in one game on May 29 at Colorado, allowing one run, one hit and three walks in 0.2 innings, before he was optioned back to Albuquerque on May 30

Scott Elbert signs an autograph for a young fan during the Dodgers FanFest on May 19, 2012.

O  pened the season with Triple-A Albuquerque, where he went 1-1 with a 4.98 ERA in nine startsafter posting an 8.00 ERA (16 ER/18.0 IP) in four April starts, rebounded with a 2.84 ERA (8 ER/25.1 IP) over his final five starts with the Isotopes W  ith Albuquerque, struck out 45 in just 43.1 innings (9.3 SO/9.0 IP) and limited left-handed hitters to a .217 average (10-for-46) W  ith the Isotopes, limited opposing hitters to a .212 batting average (11-for-52) with runners in scoring position and a .125 mark (1-for-8) with the bases loaded A  fter returning to Albuquerque, allowed one run over 5.0 innings on June 3 in his only appearance with the Isotopes before being placed on the Minor League Temporarily Inactive List on June 9 for the remainder of the season A  ppeared in one Spring Training game with the Dodgers, allowing three runs in 1.1 innings of reliefoptioned to minor league camp on March 15

2009
Had four stints with the Dodgers, going 2-0 with a 5.03 ERA in 19 relief appearances P  icked up his first Major League win on April 19 vs. Colorado, allowing two runs in 2.2 innings of reliefalso stroked an RBI double in that game for his first Major League hit and RBI M  ade the Dodgers NLCS roster vs. Philadelphia made his only relief appearance in Game 3 at Philadelphia, tossing a scoreless 0.1 inning F  ared better away from Dodger Stadium, allowing four runs in 11.2 innings (3.09 ERA) and limited opponents to a .220 (9-for-41) average in nine road appearances LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide103

D  id not allow a run and struck out six over 5.0 innings in three July gameslimited opponents to a .133 average (2-for-15) in the month E  ntered 2009 ranked as the No. 5 prospect in the Dodgers system by Baseball America...also rated by the publication as having the best curveball among Dodger prospects elbert S  elected as Dodgers 2009 Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher of the Year, going 4-4 with a 3.84 ERA in a combined 20 games (18 starts), striking out 125 with just 44 walks in 96.0 innings for Double-A Chattanooga and Triple-A Albuquerque W  ent 2-1 with a 3.74 ERA (14 ER/33.2 IP) in eight games (seven starts) for Triple-A Albuquerquestruck out 38, walked just 14struck out seven in a six-inning complete-game shutout, a 4-0 win over Nashville (Brewers) in rain-shortened game for his Triple-A debut on June 25 S  elected to the Southern League All-Star Game after going 2-3 with 87 strikeouts and a 3.90 ERA (27 ER/62.1 IP) in 12 games (11 starts), but did not appear in the game because of his promotion to Albuquerque on June 22.

2008
E  ntered the season as the Dodgers No. 4 prospect according to Baseball Americajoined Double-A Jacksonville on June 3 after beginning the year in Extended Spring Trainingwas promoted to the Dodgers on Aug. 29 for his Major League debut A  ppeared in 10 games with Los Angeles, and went 0-1 with a 12.00 ERAwent 4-1 with a 2.40 ERA in 25 games (one start) with Jacksonville B  egan the year in Extended Spring Training while recovering from June 5, 2007 shoulder surgeryjoined Jacksonville on June 3, and made his season debut the next night vs. Mobileprior to that, hadnt pitched since April 16, 2007 I n his big league debut on Aug. 29 at Arizona, came on to start the sixth inning with the Dodgers trailing 4-2struck out Adam Dunn and Mark Reynolds before walking Chad Tracy and getting lifted for Chan Ho Park W  ith Jacksonville, limited the opposition to a .157 average, including a .143 mark (5-for-35) by left-handed hitters struck out 46 in 41.1 Southern League innings overall P  osted a 1.26 ERA (2 ER/14.1 IP) in his final 11 games with Jacksonville prior to his promotionwalked five in that time after issuing 15 walks in his first 14 appearances (27.0 innings) R  ecorded his first five Major League outs via strikeout, one shy of the Dodger and Major League record of six by Pete Richert in 1962 W  ent 3-0 with 20 strikeouts and a 1.59 ERA (2 ER/11.1 IP) in nine games in August to earn the Dodger Pride Award for Jacksonville pitchers Participated in the Dodgers inaugural Winter Development Program at Dodger Stadium in January

2007
M  ade just three starts with Double-A Jacksonville in April before being shut down with an injured left shoulderhis last appearance was April 16 at Huntington, giving up three runs on two hits and seven walks in 3.0 innings E  ntered the season rated as the Dodgers No. 3 prospect and as having the best curveball in the Dodger chain according to Baseball America

2006
W  ent 11-9 with a 2.90 ERA in a combined 28 games (26 starts) with Single-A Vero Beach and Double-A Jacksonville started the year with Vero Beach...was promoted to Jacksonville on July 6 L  ed the Dodger minor league system and ranked seventh in all of minor league baseball with 173 strikeoutsalso ranked fifth in the Dodger chain in ERA and tied for second in wins Was a midseason Florida State League All-Starstruck out two in a scoreless inning for the East team W  ent 2-1 with an 0.88 ERA (3 ER/30.2 IP) in his final seven games (five starts) with Vero Beach before his promotion to JacksonvilleJune 28 vs. Daytona, took the loss despite allowing only one run and one hit with a career-high 13 strikeouts in 7.2 inningsalso fanned 13 on July 27 at Montgomery C  ombined to limit opposing left-handed hitters to a .156 average (14-for-90), including a .111 mark (4-for-36) by Southern League left-handed batters E  ntered the year as the Dodgers No. 6 prospect according to Baseball Americafinished the season rated as baseballs 31st-best prospect according to Baseball America

2005
Went 8-5 with a 2.66 ERA in 25 games (24 starts) with Columbus of the Single-A South Atlantic League R  anked second in the Dodger minor league system and fifth in the Sally League in ERAalso ranked fourth among Dodger farmhands with 128 strikeouts Went 2-0 with a 0.78 ERA (2 ER/23.0 IP) in his final five startsposted three 10-strikeout efforts in his final four 104

starts, fanning 36 in 19.0 innings overall in that span12 of the 15 outs he recorded in the second game of an Aug. 17 doubleheader vs. Rome came via strikeout Limited left-handed hitters to a .144 average (13-for-90)

2004
elbert Made his pro debut with Ogden of the advanced Rookie-level Pioneer League, going 2-3 with a 5.26 ERA in 12 starts W  ent 0-2 with a 7.48 ERA (23 ER/27.2 IP) in seven starts at home and 2-1 with a 2.45 ERA (6 ER/22.0 IP) in five road starts

Personal
 imothy Scott Elberthe and his wife, Celia, have three daughters, Madilyn Grace (12/16/08), Marissa (4/23/10) T and Miranda Lynne (11/8/12)...helped set up an autograph session with his teammates at Dodger Stadium to aid the relief effort for his hometown of Joplin, MO after the devastating tornado that took place in May 2011 participated in a baseball clinic at Dodger Stadium for female fans on Aug. 8, 2009attended Seneca (MO) High Schoolis the schools all-time leader with a 0.94 ERA, 433 strikeouts, 29 complete games and 238.0 innings pitchedalso ranks third in school history with 22 winsoffensively, is Senecas all-time leader with 28 doubles, 10 triples, 22 homers and 97 RBIsigned by Mitch Webster.

scott elberts CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2004 Ogden 2005 Columbus 2006 Jacksonville Vero Beach 2007 Jacksonville 2008 LOS ANGELES Jacksonville 2009 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque Chattanooga 2010 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque 2011 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque 2012 LOS ANGELES Chattanooga Major League-5 years Dodger Totals-5 years Minor League-9 years W-L 2-3 8-5 6-4 5-5 0-1 0-1 4-1 2-0 2-1 2-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 3-3 3-3 32-24 ERA 5.26 2.66 3.61 2.37 3.86 12.00 2.40 5.03 3.74 3.90 13.50 4.98 2.43 5.02 2.20 0.00 3.61 3.61 3.45 G 12 25 11 17 3 10 25 19 8 12 1 9 47 13 43 3 120 120 138 GS 12 24 11 15 3 0 1 0 7 11 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 93 CG SHO 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 2 3 IP 49.2 115.0 62.1 83.2 14.0 6.0 41.1 19.2 33.2 62.1 0.2 43.1 33.1 14.1 32.2 2.0 92.1 92.1 521.2 H 47 83 40 57 6 9 22 19 34 59 1 46 27 13 27 0 83 83 407 R ER 33 29 37 34 26 25 27 22 6 6 8 8 14 11 11 11 16 14 32 27 1 1 26 24 9 9 9 8 8 8 0 0 37 37 37 37 226 200 HR 5 8 11 4 0 2 2 4 2 5 0 4 1 1 3 0 10 10 42 HB 5 4 1 5 0 1 1 0 2 5 0 2 1 1 1 0 3 3 26 BB 30 57 44 41 10 4 20 7 14 30 3 34 14 9 13 0 41 41 289 SO WP 45 5 128 5 76 1 97 6 24 0 8 0 46 1 21 1 38 4 87 2 0 0 45 4 34 2 16 1 29 3 6 0 92 6 92 6 608 29 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 AVG .270 .200 .187 .193 .128 .346 .157 .253 .262 .248 .333 .277 .220 .236 .231 .000 .241 .241 .216

scott elberts CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2008 Dodgers 2009 Dodgers Totals AVG .000 .200 .167 G 10 19 68 AB 1 5 6 R 0 1 1 H 0 1 1 2B 0 1 1 3B 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 RBI 0 1 1 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 BB 0 0 0 SO 0 2 2 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 OBP .000 .200 .167 SLG .000 .400 .333

scott elberts CAREER postseason PITCHING


Year Team 2009 NLCS:LA vs. PHI Postseason Totals LCS Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 0.00 G 1 1 1 GS 0 0 0 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 IP 0.1 0.1 0.1 H 0 0 0 R 0 0 0 ER 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 BB 2 2 2 SO WP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BK 0 0 0 AVG .000 .000 .000

scott elberts CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None None 2.2 (3 times, last: Aug. 2, 2009 at ATL 4, Sept. 17, 2008 at PIT Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 4, April 29, 2009 at SF 3, May 29, 2010 at COL 2 games, April 19-Aug. 6, 2009 2 games, June 9, 2011-June 8, 2012

scott elberts CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT 1.000 G 120 PO 3 A 6 E 0 TC 9 DP 1

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the first round (17th overall) of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
July 26-Aug. 19 (left elbow inflammation)  Aug. 27-conclusion of season (left elbow inflammation)

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A.J. ElLis
catcher
Career Highlights

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 220 Opening Day Age: 31 M.L. Service: 2.151 Born: April 9, 1981 in Cape Girardeau, MO Resides: Franklin, WI Acquired: Selected in the 18th round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

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 Won the Dodgers 2012 Roy Campanella Award, recognizing him as the most Inspirational Dodger Hard-working catcher enters his sixth Major League season with a .369 career on-base percentage in 220 games M  ade his first Opening Day start last season and spent an entire season at the Major League level for the first time in his career T  ied with Adam Dunn for the Major League lead by seeing an average of 4.43 pitches per plate appearance in 2012ranked 11th in the NL with a .373 on-base percentage and tied for 13th in the league with 65 walks B  lasted 13 home runs last year, his most at any level in his professional career, including his first career grand slam on Aug. 29 off Rockies reliever Will Harris at Coors Field H  it .312 in 60 games against the NL West in 2012 and has a .300 career batting average and a .411 on-base percentage in 100 career contests against divisional opponents H  as a .996 career fielding percentage, including a .995 fielding percentage last season (T-3rd, MLB)in 2012, threw out 28 would-be base stealers, tying for the fourth most in the big leagues (28/74) W  ent 7-for-8 in a three-game weekend series against Colorado, Sept. 17-19, 2010, becoming the first Dodger to hit .875 or better in a series (min. seven hits) since Jim Gilliam went 7-for-8 in a two-game series at Chicago in August 1959the last MLB player to turn the trick was Pittsburghs Freddy Sanchez (8-for-9) in a three-game series at Chicago in May 2009 (Source: Elias) M  ade his Major League debut on Sept. 15, 2008 at Pittsburgh, entering the game in the ninth inning as a defensive replacementstroked an RBI single off Jason Marquis in the first inning on Oct. 4, 2009 in the season finale vs. Colorado for his first big league hit and RBI  Slugged his first Major League home run on Aug. 24, 2011 at Busch Stadium off the Cardinals Jaime Garcia O  wned a .398 on-base percentage with more walks (286) than strikeouts (260) in nine minor league seasons from 2003-11  Selected by the Dodgers in the 18th round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft out of Austin Peay State University

year-by-year

2012
 In his first full season as a starter, ranked 11th in the NL in on-base percentage and tied for 13th with 65 walks  Led the NL and tied for the big league lead with Adam Dunn by averaging 4.43 pitches per plate appearance C  ollected at least one RBI in six consecutive games from Sept. 23-30, a career-long run and the longest streak by a Dodger this season E  stablished single-game career highs in homers (2, Aug. 3 vs. Chicago-NL) and RBI (4, May 13 vs. Colorado and Aug. 29 at Colorado), while tying his career high with three hits on three occasions (July 7 at Arizona, Aug. 3 vs. Chicago, Aug. 19 at Atlanta, three times in 2010) L  ed the team with three walk-off RBI, including a bases-loaded walk (May 18 vs. St. Louis), an RBI single (Sept. 3 vs. San Diego) and the first walk-off homer of his career, a three-run shot on May 26 vs. Houston R  anked second on the club with 133 games played and ranked fourth in the Majors with both 131 games and 1151.0 innings caught this seasonthrew out 28 would-be base stealers, tying for the fourth most in the big leagues (28/74)posted a .995 fielding percentage, which tied for the third-best mark among MLB catchers  Hit 13 home runs, his most at any level in his professional career with 11 coming against right-handed pitchers  Batted .290 or better in three months, doing so in April (.291), May (.333) and August (.291) 106

H  is .277 batting average (77-for-278) out of the eighth spot in the lineup was the fifth highest mark among big leaguershis seven homers tied for the second most out of that spot in the order among Major Leaguers B  lasted the first grand slam of his career with an eighth-inning shot off Rockies reliever Will Harris on Aug. 29 at Colorado R  eached base in 28 consecutive games from April 11-May 19, which tied for the seventh longest such streak in the Majors this season B  atted .448 (13-for-29) during his careerlong eight-game hitting streak from May 9-19 W  alked four times on June 11 vs. the Angels, setting a new career high, and matched that on July 29 at San Franciscobecame just the third Dodger in franchise history to walk four times in a game twice during the season (Duke Snider, Jack Fournier) P  osted a 3.30 catchers ERA, which was the third best mark in the Majors M  ade his second career Opening Day roster (also 2011) and his first Opening Day start behind the plate on April 5 at San Diego A.J. Ellis reads to students at a Glendale, Arizona library during Spring Training in 2012. A.J. ellis

V  oted by his teammates and coaches as the winner of the seventh annual Roy Campanella Award, which is given to the Dodger player who best exemplifies the spirit and leadership of the Hall of Fame catcherwas the second catcher to win the award as the most inspirational Dodger, joining Russell Martin (2007)

2011
 Saw action in 31 games and hit .271 (23-for-85) with two homers, a double, a triple and 11 RBI  Appeared in 29 games (25 starts) behind the plate and did not make an error S  lugged his first Major League home run on Aug. 24 at Busch Stadium off the Cardinals Jaime Garcia...homered again in Atlanta off Mike Minor on Sept. 3  Hit his first-career triple at Arizona in the second-to-last game of the season on Sept. 27  Batted .360 (9-for-25) with two homers against left-handed pitching  Hit. 435 (10-for-23) in day games...batted .407 (11-for-27) in the seventh inning or later  In 12 September games, hit .323 (10-for-31) with a homer and four RBI  Went 1-for-2 as a pinch-hitter and his .392 on-base percentage ranked second on the team H  it .304 (56-for-184) with two homers, 28 RBI, 50 walks and a team-best .467 on-base percentage over 59 games for Triple-A Albuquerque 2012 NL ON-BASE PCT LEADERS Player OBP 1. Buster Posey, SF.................................. .408 2. Andrew McCutchen, PIT...................... .400 3. Ryan Braun, MIL.................................... .391 4. David Wright, NYM............................... .391 5. Miguel Montero, ARI............................. .391 6. Dexter Fowler, COL............................... .389 7. Matt Holliday, STL................................. .379 8. Chase Headley, SD................................ .376 9. Jon Jay, STL............................................ .373 10. Yadier Molina, STL.............................. .373 11. A.J. Ellis, LAD................................. .373

2010
E  stablished career highs in every single offensive category and played in a career-best 44 gamescaught 43 games (34 starts) H  it .278 (30-for-108) with five doubles, 16 RBI, 14 walks and a .363 on-base percentage B  egan the season at Triple-A Albuquerque, but was quickly promoted to back up Russell Martin on April 10 when Brad Ausmus went on the disabled list F  rom April 10-July 20, hit .204 (10-for-49) in 19 games (15 starts)was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque on July 21, but was quickly recalled on Aug. 4 when Russell Martin went on the DLmade seven starts and hit .217 before getting optioned on Aug. 22

W  as recalled for a third time on Sept. 5 and hit .417 (15-for-36) with two doubles and six RBI over his final 16 games, raising his average 70 points during that span B  atted .714 (10-for-14) during his career-long five-game hitting streak from Sept. 11-21went 7-for-8 in a threegame weekend series against Colorado (Sept. 17-19), becoming the first Dodger to hit .875 or better in a series LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide107

(min. seven hits) since Jim Gilliam went 7-for-8 in a two-game series at Chicago in August 1959the last MLB player to turn the trick was Pittsburghs Freddy Sanchez (8-for-9) in a threegame series at Chicago in May 2009 (Source: Elias) A.J. ellis B  atted .364 (12-for-33) with runners in scoring position and hit .286 (14-for-49) with runners on base C  ollected two walk-off hits in the 11th inning: Sept. 19 vs. Colorado and June 6 vs. Atlanta H  it .364 (20-for-55) in 19 home games and batted .359 (14-for39) in 14 day games

Most pitches per plate appearance 2012, MLB Player #P/PA 1. Adam Dunn............................................4.43 2. A.J. Ellis.......................................... 4.43 3. Kevin Youkilis.........................................4.35 4. Joe Mauer............................................... 4.31

S  troked a single in the seventh inning and a double in the ninth inning on April 17 for his first career extra-base hit in his first career multi-hit game  Had three three-hit games on the seasoncracked a career-high two doubles on Sept. 17 P  osted a .996 fielding percentage in 43 games caughtmade just one error in 308.2 inningsthrew out eight of 34 baserunners (23.5%) and posted a 4.11 catcher ERA  O verall, hit .262 with five doubles, a triple, seven RBI and 13 walks in 18 games with Triple-A Albuquerque

2009
 Appeared in eight games (two starts) in three stints for the Dodgers, going 1-for-10 with an RBI at the plate S  troked an RBI single in the first inning for his first career hit and RBI off Jason Marquis in the season finale on Oct. 4 vs. Colorado L  ed all full-season Dodger minor leaguers with a .438 on-base percentage for Triple-A Albuquerquewalked more times (64) than he struck out (44) B  atted .354 (28-for-79) with eight doubles and 15 RBI in 25 August games for Albuquerque to earn a Dodger Pride Award, which are given on a monthly basis to the players at each level of the clubs minor league system who play the game with a hustling, smart, aggressive style H  it .314 with 13 doubles and 39 RBI in 90 games for the Isotopes, including .341 (28-for-82) with runners in scoring position -In 37 post All-Star games for Albuquerque, batted .353 (41-for-116) with 23 RBI  Optioned to Albuquerque on April 5 after batting .281 with five RBI in 19 Spring Training games for the Dodgers

2008
W  as a mid-season Pacific Coast League All-Star in his Triple-A debut, posting an organization-best .436 on-base percentage with Las Vegasbatted .321 with 17 doubles, four homers and 59 RBI in 84 games...had his contract purchased by Los Angeles on Sept. 3 for his ML debut A  ppeared in four games with the Dodgers, appearing as a defensive replacement on three occasions...made his first start on Sept. 28 at San Franciscowent 0-for-3 with two strikeouts that nightmade his debut Sept. 15 at Pittsburgh, coming on to catch in the ninth inning with the Dodgers ahead 8-0 W  ith Las Vegas, had more walks (50) than strikeouts (44)was also hit by a pitch eight timeshit .345 (30-for87) with runners in scoring positionbatted .277 (41-for-148) with 32 RBI in 46 games through June and .373 (47-for-126) with 27 RBI in his final 38 games beginning July 1 W  on the Dodger Pride Award with Las Vegas for the month of May, when he hit .298 (14-for-47) with 13 RBI and a .441 on-base percentage in 15 games

2007
B  atted .269 with eight homers and 57 RBI in 109 games in his second straight full season with Double-A Jacksonville T  wice earned Southern League Player of the Week honors: June 11-17 (.545, 12-for-22, 10 RBI) and Aug. 27-Sept. 3 (.400, 12-for-30, four homers, nine RBI)

2006
I n his first full season in Double-A, hit .250 with no homers, 21 RBI and a .383 on-base percentage in 81 games walked as many times as he struck out (53)  Hit .271 (38-for-140) in 47 games before the All-Star break and just .223 (25-for-112) in 34 games after the break P  layed for Mesa of the Arizona Fall League after the season, batting .346 (18-for-52) with two homers and nine RBI in 17 games

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2005
B  atted .256 with three homers and 22 RBI in 57 games with Single-A Vero Beachwalked nearly as many times (22) as he struck out (26)

2004
H  it .219 with two homers and 22 RBI in 40 games with Single-A Vero Beachwalked more times (24) than he struck out (20)

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2003
P  layed just three games with South Georgia of the Single-A South Atlantic League, going hitless in six at-bats, before being placed on the disabled list with a fractured left hand

Amateur Highlights
Is a 1999 graduate of Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Lexington, KY, where he holds the schools singleseason batting record of .476 during his senior seasonDodger legend Sweet Lou Johnson attended the same school...in 2011, Paul Laurence Dunbar retired his No. 17...played his college ball at Austin Peay State University, where he holds the schools career hits record with 263also batted .351 in four seasons from 2000-03 to rank fourth on the schools career batting listhis 168 RBI rank thirdhad a .443 on-base percentage in his four seasonsearned First-Team All-Ohio Valley Conference honors in each of his four seasons.

Personal
Andrew James Ellishe and his wife, Cindy, have two daughters, Ainsley (5/8/08) and Audrey (10/12/12), and a son, Luke (5/29/10)penned guest columns on the World Series (Los Angeles Times) and Trade Deadline (ESPN. com) during the 2012 season and also interviewed Clayton Kershaw for a popular Dodgers.com feature Between Two Palm Treeshis brother Josh was a pitcher in the Diamondbacks system participated in the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Caravan and FanFest this past Januaryattended the 2008, 2009 and 2010 Dodger Winter Development Programsread to school children at the Glendale Public Library during Spring Training in March 2011...in March 2012, participated in an event at the Velma Teague Library in Glendale for Read Across America Day...in 2010, played various games at Sports Authority in Burbank with disadvantaged youth from Optimist Youth Homes and Family Servicesselected by the Dodgers in the 18th round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft out of Austin Peay State University and signed by Dodger scout Marty Lamb.

A.J. Ellis CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2003 South Georgia 2004 Vero Beach 2005 Vero Beach 2006 Jacksonville 2007 Jacksonville 2008 LOS ANGELES Las Vegas 2009 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque 2010 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque 2011 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque 2012 LOS ANGELES Major League-5 years Dodger Totals-5 years Minor League-9 years AVG .000 .219 .256 .250 .269 .000 .321 .100 .314 .278 .262 .271 .304 .270 .267 .267 .280 G 3 40 57 81 109 4 84 8 90 44 18 31 59 133 220 220 541 AB 6 114 176 252 357 3 274 10 283 108 61 85 184 423 629 629 1707 R 0 15 27 34 59 1 44 0 48 6 11 8 36 44 59 59 274 H 0 25 45 63 96 0 88 1 89 30 16 23 56 114 168 168 478 2B 0 4 8 9 22 0 17 0 13 5 5 1 15 20 26 26 93 3B 0 0 0 1 2 0 4 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 10 HR 0 2 3 0 8 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 13 15 15 19 RBI 0 22 22 21 57 0 59 1 39 16 7 11 28 52 80 80 255 SH 0 1 1 3 1 0 2 0 4 4 1 1 6 6 11 11 19 SF 0 1 1 3 4 0 3 0 6 1 0 0 1 4 5 5 19 HP 1 1 6 3 8 0 8 0 3 1 1 3 7 7 11 11 38 BB 0 24 22 53 60 0 50 0 64 14 13 14 50 65 93 93 336 SO 0 20 26 53 61 2 44 1 44 18 12 16 23 107 144 144 283 SB 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 CS 1 0 3 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 13 OBP .143 .357 .356 .383 .382 .000 .436 .100 .438 .363 .400 .392 .467 .373 .369 .369 .406 SLG .000 .307 .352 .294 .409 .000 .456 .100 .375 .324 .377 .376 .418 .414 .386 .386 .380 E 1 2 5 5 6 0 3 0 6 1 1 0 3 6 7 7 32

A.J. Ellis CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 3 (6 times), last: Aug. 19, 2012 at ATL 4 (2times), last: Aug. 29, 2012 at COL 2, Aug. 3, 2012 vs. CHC 2 (9 times), last: Aug. 29, 2012 at COL Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: None 4 (2 times), last: July 29, 2012 at SF 8 games, May 9-May 19, 2012 1, Aug. 29, 2012 at COL

A.J. Ellis CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Catcher PCT .996 G 213 PO 1480 A 122 E 7 TC 1609 DP 18

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the 18th round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

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Mark ElLis

Second Baseman

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 190 Opening Day Age: 35 M.L. Service: 10.136 Born: June 6, 1977 in Rapid City, SD Resides: Scottsdale, AZ Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Nov. 15, 2011

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Career Highlights
The  veteran second-baseman and second-year Dodger is one of baseballs best all-time defensive second basemen with a career fielding percentage of .991, the second-highest all-time mark at that position (min. 750 G) behind only Placido Polanco (.993) O  wns a .265 career batting average with 99 home runs and 490 RBI in 1,236 games with Oakland (2002-11), Colorado (2011) and Los Angeles (2012) H  as posted eight consecutive seasons with a .990 or better fielding percentage and has held the top mark among Major League second baseman three times in the last seven years (2006, 2008 and 2011)  Has 97 career home runs as a second baseman, which rank ninth among active Major Leaguers I  s Oaklands all-time leader in games played as a second baseman (1,021) and home runs at the position with 84 roundtrippersoverall ranks eighth on Oaklands all-time doubles list with 204 in 1,056 games with the As Has  a .306 career batting average with the bases loaded, including three grand slams (last: June 8, 2008 vs. LAA off Chris Bootcheck) T  ied a career high with 14 steals and led big league second baseman with a .995 fielding percentage in 132 combined games with Oakland and Colorado in 2011 S  lugged 10 homers in an injury-shortened 2009 season, hitting double-digit homers for the fifth consecutive season (2005-09) I  n 2007, set career highs in at-bats (583), runs (84), hits (161), doubles (33), home runs (19), RBI (76), hit by pitches (10) and total bases (257) and set an Athletics franchise record for home runs by a second baseman and set an Oakland record for RBI by a second baseman in 2007 S  et Oakland records for assists (499) and double plays (104) by a second baseman in 2007 and set an Athletics franchise record for second basemen with a 102-game errorless streak from May 14 to Sept. 10, 2007  Set what was then a Major League record for fielding percentage by a second baseman in 2006 with a mark of .997 L  ed the As with career highs in batting average (.316), on-base percentage (.384) and slugging percentage (.477) in 2005  Missed the entire 2004 season with a torn labrum in his right shoulder  Was named to the Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team as the second baseman in 2002 M  ade his big league debut on April 9, 2002 at Texas, picked up his first MLB hit with a single off Ramon Ortiz on April 18 against the Angels and slugged his first homer off the Giants Jay Witasick on June 28 at San Francisco W  as acquired by the As from Kansas City prior to the 2001 season in the trade that also netted the As Johnny Damon and Cory Lidle  Originally selected by the Royals in the ninth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012 
 Played in 110 games, the third-highest total on the club, in his first season with the Dodgers H  it .321 (43-for-134) with six of his seven home runs against left-handershad the 15th highest average vs. lefthanders in the NL  Six of his seven home runs came at Dodger Stadiumhis next homer will be the 100th of his career  Scored a run in eight consecutive games from April 11-20, which was tied for a Dodger season-long streak (Matt Kemp) 110

 Established a season high with four RBI on Aug. 19 at Atlantaset a season high with four hits on May 1 at Colorado  Hit .300 (4-for-11) during a season-long eight-game hitting streak from April 11-20 H  it safely in 11 of 15 May games, batting .309 (17-for-55), his highest monthly average, with two home runs and seven RBI before missing the rest of the month due to injury S  uffered a left leg injury while attempting to turn a double play in the top of the seventh inning on May 18 against St. Louis causing him to miss 43 games from May 19-July 3 after having emergency fasciotomy surgery  The Dodgers were 56-44 in his starts  Went 3-for-4 with a double and a walk with the bases loaded  Was successful in each of his five stolen base attempts  Is tied for ninth among active players with 97 home runs as a second baseman C  ommitted only three errors in 910.1 innings in the field in 2012posted a fielding percentage of better than .990 as a second baseman for the eighth consecutive season M. ellis

2011 
O  pened his 10th Major League season with Oakland as the primary second baseman, hitting .217 (47-for-217) with one home run, one triple, 11 doubles and 16 RBI in the 62 games he played with the As W  as acquired by the Rockies from Oakland on July 1 in exchange for right-hander Bruce Billings...finished the season with Colorado, hitting .274 (72-for-263) with six home runs, 13 doubles and 25 RBI over 70 games C  ommitted just three errors on the season for his seventh straight .990-plus fielding percentage season...committed just one error with Rockies T  ied a career high with 14 stolen bases, which he previously set in 2008...stole seven bases with both Oakland and Colorado after stealing just seven total bases in 2010 with Oakland I  n his Rockies debut on July 1 against Kansas City, went 3-for-5 with a home run, double, three RBI and two runs run scored...according to Elias, Ellis became just the second Rockie in club history to have three hits and three RBI in his first game with the club, joining Larry Walker who had three hits and three RBI on April 26, 1995 H  ad four multi-hit games in his first five games as a Rockie...from July 1-23 had at least one hit in 13 of the 20 games he played in and collected multiple hits in nine of the 20 contests B  ecame the first player since 1900 to have six extra-base hits in first three games with new club after being acquired in a midseason trade (Elias) H  ad a season-high 10-game hit-streak from Sept. 5-17, hitting .333 (14-for-42) with two home runs and a double during the run H  it .297 (55-for-185) out of the No. 2 spot in the batting order...hit five of his six home runs and drove in 22 of his 41 RBI in the No. 2 hole

2010 
L  ed the As in batting for the second time in the six seasons as he hit .291 in 124 games the average was the second-best mark of his career (.316 in 2005) M  ade his sixth consecutive Opening Day start at second base on April 5 against Seattle, his seventh in eight years M  ade his first career start at designated hitter on April 11 at Los Angeles (AL), going 2-for-5 with two runs scored, a double and two RBI C  ommitted just three errors in 116 games at second base, ranking second among American League second basemen with a .995 fielding percentage (Cano, NYY .996)that was the second-best mark in Athletics history to the record of .997, which he set in 2006 B  atted .297 as a second baseman, which was second best mark in the AL (Cano, .321) and second best in Oakland history to his .316 average in 2005

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B  atted .339 with runners in scoring position (40-for-118) and hit .322 with runners on base (67-for-208) H  it .330 against left-handed pitching (35-for-106) with a .453 slugging percentage M. ellis R  anked sixth among AL qualifiers with a .316 batting average in 65 road games (73-for-231) and his .326 batting average in 40 day games was the eighth-best mark in the AL (44-for-135)  Batted .315 in 42 games against divisional opponents (51-for-162) H  it .301 after the All-Star Break and batted .394 with three home runs over his final 34 games from Aug. 29 through the end of the seasonhis average after Aug. 29 was the best in the Majors

ALL-TIME FIELDING PCT, SECOND BASEMAN (min. 750 G) Player FLD PCT 1. Placido Polanco..................................... .993 2. Mark Ellis........................................ .991 3. Dustin Pedroia...................................... .991 4. Ryne Sandberg..................................... .989 5. Mark Loretta......................................... .989

L  ed the Majors with a .413 batting average (43-for-104) in September with 14 multi-hit games in 28 contestsset an Oakland record with 43 hits in September, breaking the previous mark of 42 set by Mark Kotsay in 2004it tied for the fourth-best single month total in Oakland history and was the most since Randy Velarde had 45 in August of 1999 became the eighth player in Oakland history to hit .400 in a month (min. 75 plate appearances) T  ied an Oakland record with a career-high three doubles on Aug. 11 at Seattleit was the 24th three-double game in Oakland history  Made 113 starts at second base and served as the DH in six starts, hitting .231 (6-for-26) in those games

2009 
B  atted .263 with 10 home runs and 61 RBI over 105 games in an injury-shortened seasonmissed 55 games while on the disabled list from April 29 to June 27 with a strained left calf M  ade his fifth consecutive Opening Day start at second base and made just five errors in 105 games for a .990 fielding percentagefashioned a 52-game errorless streak from April 18 to Aug. 17fell three games short of qualifying for the league leaders in fielding but had the fourth-best fielding percentage among American League second basemen with 100 or more games B  atted .337 with runners in scoring position, including .423 with RISP and two outs, and hit .364 (4-for-11) with the bases loadedthe mark with RISP and two outs was the best in the AL in 2009 and the best by an Oakland Athletic since 1974 (min. 50 PA) H  it well in the clutch, batting .331 with two outs (41-for-124) and hitting .314 (11-for-35) with four of his 10 home runs in the ninth inning Led  the Athletics with a .340 batting average (34-for-100) and 22 RBI in 29 August gamesthe RBI were his most ever in a month and they tied for seventh most in the ALhit .344 over a 42-game stretch from July 28 to Sept. 12 (53-for154)  Hit .375 (15-for-40) during a season-best 10-game hitting streak from July 26 to Aug. 5  Batted .294 in 71 night games (75-for-255) compared to hitting just .197 during 34 daytime games (24-for-122) W  as placed on the 15-day disabled list on April 29 with a strained left calfwas transferred to the 60-day DL May 20 reinstated from the DL on June 28 after rehab stints with Single-A Stockton and Triple-A Sacramento M  atched his career high by scoring four runs on July 28 at Boston, going 4-for-6 with a pair of doublesalso accomplished the feat on June 17, 2008 at Arizona S  et a career high with five hits and went a perfect 5-for-5 with four RBI on Aug. 10 at Baltimoretied the Oakland record for hits in a game W  as named American League Player of the Week for the first time in his career for the week ending Aug. 16 after batting .571 (12-for-21) with three doubles, a home run and 11 RBI in six gameshit his third career walk-off home run Aug. 16 against Chicago and his fifth career game-ending hit, his second off Bobby Jenks (also: single, April 10, 2007) S  lugged his 77th career home run as a second baseman on Sept. 19, breaking Dick Greens As franchise record for homers by a second baseman

2008 
L  ed Major League second basemen in fielding percentage for the second time in three years (also 2006), committed just four errors in 115 games at second base for a .993 fielding percentage E  stablished new career highs with 53 walks and 14 stolen bases, which ranked second on the club and were the most by an As second baseman since Lance Blankenship had 15 in 1992 R  anked third on the club with 12 homersit was his fourth straight 10-homer seasonsix of his 12 home runs came in the eighth inning or later and five gave the As the lead

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H  omered in the first inning of the opener on March 25 against Boston in Tokyo for the first Opening Day home run of his careerled off the game with a home run Aug. 18 at Minnesota for the third leadoff home run of his career  Had four hits on April 9 at Toronto and also had the first two-steal game of his career H  it his first career walk-off home run in the 10th inning on May 7 against Baltimorehit a walk-off grand slam June 8 against Los Angeles, the fifth in Oakland historyit was his third career grand slam and his second walk-off home run H  ad a season-best eight-game hitting streak from June 8-17 where he batted .457 with three home runs and 10 RBI capped the streak with his second career two-homer game on June 17 at Arizona, going 3-for-4 with four RBI, a double and a career-high four runs scored W  as ejected from a game for the first time in his career on June 22 against Florida after striking out in the seventh inning  Broke Dick Greens Oakland record of 721 games played as a second baseman on Aug. 1 at Boston L  eft the game on Aug. 22 at Seattle with his shoulder injury and would not start another game in 2008pinch ran Aug. 27 at Los Angeles and struck out as a pinch-hitter Aug. 30 against Minnesotahad surgery Sept. 19 but was not placed on the disabled list until he was added to the 60-day DL on Sept. 21 M. ellis

2007 
S  et career highs in at-bats (583), runs (84), hits (161), doubles (33), home runs (19), RBI (76), hit by pitches (10) and total bases (257)led the As in at-bats and total bases and tied for the team lead in games (150), runs and hit by pitches T  ied for second among American League second baseman in home runs and was third in RBIset an Athletics franchise record for home runs by a second baseman and set an Oakland record for RBI by a second baseman S  et Oakland records for assists (499) and double plays (104) by a second basemanthe assists were second most in Athletics history to Jimmy Dykes 522 with Philadelphia in 1921 and the double plays were the most since Jerry Lumpe had 105 with Kansas City in 1961 R  anked second among AL second baseman with a .994 fielding percentage and committed just five errors in 150 games at second baseset an Athletics franchise record for second basemen with a 102-game errorless streak from May 14 to Sept. 10, which included 540 consecutive errorless chances during the streak B  atted .313 (47-for-150) with 11 of his 19 home runs against left-handed pitchingtied for second in the AL in home runs against left-handers  Made his fourth Opening Day start at second base on April 2 at Seattle and appeared in 150 games at the position  Tied his career high with five RBI on April 4 at Seattle  Had the game-ending RBI single in the bottom of the ninth on April 10 against Chicago, his second career walk-off hit  Singled in the third inning on May 4 at Tampa Bay for his 500th career hit H  it his second career grand slam on May 18 against San Francisco and matched his career high with five RBIthe home run was the 40th of his career as a second baseman, which broke Dick Greens Oakland record for home runs at the position H  it for the 17th cycle in Athletics history on June 4 against Bostonit was the sixth in Oakland history and the second in Oakland Coliseum history  Had his first career two-homer game on July 23 at Los Angeles (AL) H  ad 10 hits over a three-game span from Sept. 9-11 to tie an Oakland record and went on to hit .351 (33-for-94) with 20 RBI in 24 games in September Home RUN LEADERS,  Made his first career start batting fourth on Sept. 16 against ACTIVE SECOND BASEMEN Texas and was 2-for-5 with a home run and three RBI Player HR 2006  1. Dan Uggla............................................... 208  Set what was then a Major League record for fielding percentage by a second baseman with a mark of .997, committing just two 2. Chase Utley............................................. 193 errors in 123 games and 632 total chancesbatted .249 with 11 3. Robinson Cano........................................ 169 home runs and 52 RBI in 124 games 4. Alfonso Soriano.......................................157  Hit .273 with eight home runs and 39 RBI in 71 second-half 5. Brandon Phillips..................................... 145 games, including a .308 mark with six home runs and 26 RBI over his final 49 games 6. Ian Kinsler............................................... 136  Led the As in sacrifice flies with a career-high seven and tied for 7. Rickie Weeks............................................127 the team lead in sacrifice hits (four) 8. Aaron Hill.................................................118  Six of his 11 home runs came with runners on base (five two-run, 9t. Mark Ellis..........................................97 one three-run) and six either tied the game or put the As ahead 9t. Kelly Johnson........................................... 97 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide113

H  ad hits in seven consecutive at-bats between May 7-9, going 4-for-4 on May 7 against Tampa Bay and singling in his first three at-bats in the next game on May 9 at Toronto B  roke his right thumb May 30 against Kansas Citywas placed on the 15-day disabled list June 1, (retroactive to May 31) and was reinstated from the DL on June 30 M. ellis  Had a career-high-tying five RBI July 14 at Boston H  it his 33rd career home run on July 18 at Baltimore, breaking Dave Collins record for most home runs by a player born in South Dakota S  tarted the first two games of the ALDS against Minnesota and was 2-for-7 (.286) before breaking his right index finger in his ninth inning at-bat in Game 2 against Joe Nathan at Minnesotamissed the remainder of the postseason

2005 
W  as one of the top comeback stories in baseball, as he hit a career-high .316 after missing the entire 2004 season with a torn labrum in his right shoulderhis batting average as a second baseman was the second highest in the Majors L  ed the As and set career highs in batting average, slugging (.477) and on-base percentage (.384)would have ranked fifth in the AL in batting average and eighth in Oakland history if he had enough at-bats to qualifyalso led the As and tied a career high with five triples P  osted a strong second half, hitting .344 with 38 RBI and 57 runs scored in 66 games after the All-Star breakranked third in the AL in batting after the All-Star Break and had the fifth-best post All-Star break batting average in Oakland historyhit 12 of his 13 home runs after the break Ranked  third among AL second basemen with a .989 fielding percentage in 115 games (109 starts)also appeared in seven games (five starts) at shortstop and made his professional debut at first base (two games) Had  never hit higher than .300 in one month before hitting .304 in June and following that up by batting .323 in July, .310 in August and .368 in September  Hit .352 during day games and .357 in nine Interleague games H  omered in consecutive games on Aug. 24 and 25 at Detroit and three straight games from Aug. 27-29 at Baltimore, giving him five home runs and nine RBI over a six-game spanthe home run on Aug. 24 led off the game, his second career leadoff home run  Had the best on-base percentage in the AL in September (.446) and hit .368 with 23 runs in 27 games that month

2004 
D  islocated his right shoulder during Spring Training and a subsequent MRI revealed a torn labrum in his right shoulder missed the entire season I  njured during a collision with Bobby Crosby during a March 25 Spring Training game against the Chicago Cubs in Phoenix was placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 26 and was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on Sept. 3

2003 
 Spent the entire season with the As and batted .248 with nine home runs and 52 RBI in 154 games L  ed the As in sacrifice hits (9), tying for seventh in the American League, and was eighth in pitches per plate appearance (4.07) L  ed Major League second basemen in total chances (793) and putouts (324)committed 14 errors, which was fourth among AL second basemen, and had the fifth-best fielding percentage (.982)  Hit his first career grand slam on Sept. 21 off Seattles Kazuhiro Sasaki and tied a career high with five RBI  Set an Oakland record for doubles in April with 11  Hit his first career leadoff home run on April 25 against Cleveland  Had a 10-game hitting streak from July 24 to Aug. 2 (11-for-41, .268)  Started all five games at second base against Boston in the ALDS

2002 
H  ad two stints with the As and took over as Oaklands starting second baseman during his second stintstarted a teamleading 83 games at second base, made seven starts at third base and one start at shortstop  Batted .272 in 98 games and added 44 walks for a .359 on-base percentagehit .324 with runners in scoring position W  as named to the Topps Major League Rookie All-Star team as the second basemanranked second among American League rookies in runs scored (58) and fourth in batting, on-base percentage and walks T  ied for the As team lead in triples (4) and led the club with eight sacrifice hitstied for sixth among all AL players in sacrifice hits

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B  egan the season at Triple-A Sacramento but was called up by Oakland on April 7 when Randy Velarde went on the disabled list M  ade his Major League debut April 9 at Texas as a pinch-runner and made his first Major League start at third base on April 18 against the Angelssingled off Ramon Ortiz in the seventh inning for his first big league hit O  ptioned back to Sacramento on April 26 after going 1-for-4 in four games with the Ashad a .298 batting average in 21 games with Sacramento when the As called again on June 6spent the remainder of the season with Oakland and started 83 of the As final 102 games at second base  Hit his first big league home run on June 28 against San Francisco off Jay Witasick, a solo shot in the sixth inning  Had an Oakland record-tying two triples on Aug. 3 against Detroit S  tarted all five games of the Division Series against Minnesota at second base and batted .368 with a home run and four RBIhad three hits in Game 2 and the homer was a three-run shot in the bottom of the ninth inning of the As 5-4 loss in Game 5 M. ellis

2001 
W  as acquired by the As organization prior to the season as part of the Johnny Damon trade and spent the entire season at Triple-A Sacramento  Batted .273 with a team-leading 38 doublesbatted .305 with runners in scoring position and two outs  Appeared in 131 of Sacramentos 144 games at shortstop  Heated up during the summer months, batting .317 in June and .311 in July  Appeared in five playoff games for Sacramento P  layed for Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League and hit .308 in 30 gamesadded 21 walks for a .421 on-base percentage and also stole nine bases.

2000 
Spent  most of the season at Single-A Wilmington, but was moved up to Double-A Wichita on Aug. 28batted a combined .302 with 66 RBI and 83 walks in 139 games His  28 doubles led the Royals farm system and led Wilmington with 146 hits, 83 runs, 27 doubles, 78 walks and 25 stolen bases in 132 games Was  named to the Carolina League Postseason All-Star team after leading the league in hits (146) and on-base percentage (.404) and ranking second in batting (.302)  Topped all Carolina League shortstops in double plays (78)  Posted a 5-for-5 game on May 9 at Fresno  Batted .318 in seven games with Wichita following his August promotion

1999 
Was  named to the Northwest League All-Star team and the Topps Class-A Short Season/Rookie League All-Star team as a shortstop in his first professional season  Tied for the league lead in runs scored (67) and ranked seventh in batting average (.327)  Led Northwest League shortstops in fielding percentage (.958)  Led Spokane to the league title and paced the team in runs, hits (92), walks (47) and stolen bases (21)  Had a 13-game hitting streak from June 24 to July 6 (22 for 44, .500)

Personal
 Mark William Ellismarried to Sarahthe couple have three children, son, Briggs, and daughters, Adelaide and Dylangraduated from Stevens High School (SD) in 1995attended the University of Floridaplayed third base as a freshman and sophomore, hitting .351 in 1996 and .326 with 11 HR and 45 RBI in 1997moved to shortstop as a junior and hit .338 with 14 home runs and 51 RBI in 1998 and then hit .344 with 10 HR, 42 RBI and 20 stolen bases as a senior was honored with the American Legion Graduate of the Year Award at Dodger Stadium on Sept. 14, 2012Ellis played for the Rapid City Post 22 American Legion Baseball program and won the 1993 American Legion Baseball World Series title with a team record of 70-5 and also earned South Dakota American Legion Player of the Year honors in back-to-back years, 1994 and 1995was named the Catfish Hunter award winner in 2005 and 2007 was the recipient of the 2007 Dave Stewart Community Service Award which is given annually to an As player for outstanding work in the communityorganized the Putouts For Diabetes Program in 2006, in which he and Bobby Crosby donated money to the American Diabetes Association for every putout they recorded during the season donated hundreds of tickets to various Bay Area Boys & Girls Clubs each seasonoriginally selected by the Royals in the ninth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draftsigned by Kansas City scout Cliff Pastornicky

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Year Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 1999 Spokane .327 71 281 67 92 14 0 7 47 2000 Wilmington .302 132 484 83 146 27 4 6 62 Wichita .318 7 22 4 7 1 0 0 4 2001 Sacramento .273 132 472 71 129 38 0 10 53 2002 OAKLAND .272 98 345 58 94 16 4 6 35 Sacramento .298 21 84 14 25 10 1 0 5 2003 OAKLAND .248 154 553 78 137 31 5 9 52 2004 DNP-Injured 2005 OAKLAND .316 122 434 76 137 21 5 13 52 2006 OAKLAND .249 124 441 64 110 25 1 11 52 Sacramento .167 4 12 1 2 0 0 0 2 2007 OAKLAND .276 150 583 84 161 33 3 19 76 2008 OAKLAND .233 117 442 55 103 20 3 12 41 2009 OAKLAND .263 105 377 52 99 23 0 10 61 Sacramento .182 8 33 2 6 1 0 0 3 Stockton .000 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 OAKLAND .291 124 436 45 127 24 0 5 49 Sacramento .250 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Stockton .200 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 2011 OAKLAND .217 62 217 21 47 11 1 1 16 COLORADO .274 70 263 34 72 13 0 6 25 Sacramento .200 3 10 0 2 1 0 0 1 2012 LOS ANGELES .258 110 415 62 107 21 1 7 31 Rancho Cucamonga .286 4 14 3 4 0 0 0 3 Major League-9 years .265 1236 4506 629 1194 238 23 99 490 Dodger Totals-1 year .258 110 415 62 107 21 1 7 31 Minor League-8 years .291 387 1425 245 415 92 5 23 181 SH 5 4 0 5 8 0 9 4 4 0 2 5 3 0 0 3 0 0 4 5 0 2 0 49 2 14 SF 4 3 0 5 3 0 5 0 7 0 3 2 5 0 0 5 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 32 0 13 HP 3 7 0 5 4 4 7 4 8 0 10 5 2 0 0 8 0 0 3 3 0 7 0 61 7 19 BB 47 78 5 54 44 6 48 44 40 4 44 53 23 0 1 40 0 1 8 14 1 40 2 398 40 199 SO 40 72 5 78 54 13 94 51 76 2 94 65 54 2 1 56 1 0 32 43 0 70 3 689 70 217 SB 21 25 1 21 4 4 6 1 4 0 9 14 10 0 0 7 0 0 7 7 0 5 0 74 5 72 CS 7 7 0 7 2 0 2 3 0 0 4 2 3 0 0 6 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 27 0 21 OBP .424 .404 .444 .351 .359 .372 .313 .384 .319 .375 .336 .321 .305 .182 .200 .358 .250 .286 .253 .317 .273 .333 .375 .331 .333 .382 SLG .452 .411 .364 .417 .394 .440 .371 .477 .385 .167 .441 .373 .403 .212 .000 .381 .250 .200 .290 .392 .300 .364 .286 .394 .364 .411 E 16 31 0 19 11 3 14 6 2 0 5 4 5 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 56 3 69

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MARK Ellis CAREER POSTSEASON BATTING


Year Team AVG 2002 ALDS: OAK vs. MIN .368 2003 ALDS: OAK vs. BOS .118 2006 ALDS: OAK vs. MIN .286 Postseason Totals .256 LDS Totals .256 G 5 5 2 12 12 AB 19 17 7 43 43 R 1 2 0 3 3 H 7 2 2 11 11 2B 2 0 0 2 2 3B 0 0 0 0 0 HR 1 0 0 1 1 RBI 4 0 0 4 4 SH 0 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 0 HP 0 1 0 1 1 BB 1 4 0 5 5 SO 2 7 2 11 11 SB 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .400 .318 .286 .347 .347 SLG .632 .118 .286 .372 .372

MARK Ellis CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 5, Aug. 10, 2009 at BAL 5 (4 times), last: May 18, 2007 vs. SF 2 (2 times), last: June 17, 2008 at ARI 4 (2 times), last: July 28, 2009 at BOS Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 2, April 9, 2008 at TOR 4 (2 times), last: July 4, 2008 at CWS 17 games, Sept. 21, 2010-April 5, 2011 3, last: June 8, 2008 vs. Los Angeles-AL

MARK ELLIS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop PCT 1.000 .991 .926 1.000 G 5 1195 7 15 PO 19 2377 7 9 A 3 3483 18 28 E 0 54 2 0 TC 22 5914 27 37 DP 2 805 0 8

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Kansas City in the ninth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Oakland with Johnny Damon (OF) and cash from Kansas City in exchange for A.J. Hinch (C), Angel Berroa (IF) and cash as a part of a three-team trade on Jan. 8, 2001 that also sent Ben Grieve (OF) and cash from Oakland to Tampa Bay, Roberto Hernandez (RHP) from Tampa Bay to Kansas City and Cory Lidle (RHP) from Tampa Bay to Oakland A  cquired by Colorado from Oakland in exchange for Bruce Billings (RHP) on July 1, 2011 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Nov., 15, 2011

DISABLED LIST
March 26, 2004-remainder of season (torn right labrum) May 31-June 29, 2006 (broken right thumb) Sept. 21, 2008-remainder of season (right shoulder surgery) April 29-June 27, 2009 (strained left calf) April 21-May 21, 2010 (strained left hamstring) June 7-June 21, 2011 (strained right hamstring) May 19-July 4, 2012 (left leg injury)

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BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 205 Opening Day Age: 30 M.L. Service: 6.153 Born: April 10, 1982 in Phoenix, AZ Residence: Chandler, AZ Acquired: In a three-player trade with Oakland on Dec. 13, 2005

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Career Highlights
Two-time  All-Star (2010, 2011), 2011 National League Rawlings Gold Glove recipient, 2009 NL Silver Slugger winner and longest-tenured Dodger begins eighth season with the club Over  the last five seasons (2008-12), ranks in the NL Top-25 in average (.288, 23rd), RBI (416, 14th), runs (399, 19th), hits (773, 11th), doubles (179, fourth) and on-base percentage (.364, 25th) Has  hit 10 or more homers in each of his first six seasons in the big leagues, joining Jackie Robinson (1947-54) as the only other Dodgers in franchise history to do so  Was the Dodgers 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012 nominee for the Hank Aaron Award Ranks  among the all-time Los Angeles Dodger leaders in doubles (231, fifth), on-base percentage (.362, fifth), average (.290, seventh) and RBI (535, 10th) In  2012 reached the 30-double mark for the sixth consecutive year, becoming the first Dodger in franchise history to do so Broke  Ron Ceys 35-year-old Los Angeles Dodger franchise record in 2012 with 10 consecutive hits from Aug. 22-25 and tied the franchise record set by Brooklyn Robin Edward Konetchy on June 28-July 1, 1919 In  2011 (April 2 May 6), had a 30-game hitting streak and came within a game of tying Willie Davis franchise-record 31-game streak by hitting safely in his last 26 April games, he established a new Major League record for the longest hitting streak during the month of April, having passed Joe Torres 22-game streak from April 1971 Earned  his first All-Star selection in 2010, starting the game in center field, and led Dodger qualifiers in batting average (.292), on-base percentage (.364), slugging percentage (.493) and walks (59), while ranking second on the club in runs (71), hits (151), doubles (33) and home runs (23) Took  home a 2009 National League Silver Slugger Award and was named the Pepsi MLB Clutch Performer of the Year after leading the Major Leagues with six walk-off hits, including four walk-off home runs Tied  the Major League record for most walk-off homers in a season (four) in 2009, joining Jimmie Foxx in 1940 with the Red Sox and Roy Sievers in 1957 with the Washington Senators  Has 12 career walk-off RBI, which is tied for second in Los Angeles Dodger history (two behind Dusty Baker) In  2009, became just the fourth Dodger in franchise history to amass at least 40 doubles and 30 home runs in the same season, joining Babe Herman (1930), Raul Mondesi (1997) and Eric Karros (1999) On  June 26, 2009 vs. Seattle, became the 15th Dodger in franchise history to crack at least three home runs in a gamealso drove in a career-best six RBI in that contest Finished  sixth in National League Rookie of the Year voting in 2006, when he hit .308 with 20 doubles, 11 homers and 55 RBI in 126 games Hit  .355 (11-for-31) with three homers and six RBI in eight postseason games in 2009 and is a career .266 hitter in 18 playoff contests Made  his Major League debut on May 2, 2006 at Arizona and registered his first hit with a double off Luis Vizcaino that same night Hit  his first big league homer with two out in the ninth inning vs. San Diegos Dewon Brazelton on May 3, 2006 and his first career grand slam on April 16, 2010 vs. SF  Was acquired by the Dodgers on Dec. 13, 2005 from Oakland in exchange for Milton Bradley and Antonio Perez  Originally selected by Oakland in the second round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

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2012 
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Selected  as the Dodger nominee for the Hank Aaron Award after leading the club in runs (79), hits (158), doubles (36) and RBI (89) in a team-high 149 games in his seventh Major League season  Ranked second on the club with 20 homers, his fourth season with 20 or more homers in his last five campaigns Tied  for 14th in the NL with 36 doubles as he reached the 30-double mark for the sixth consecutive year, becoming the first Dodger in franchise history to do so...only four others in team history have six 30-double seasons (though not in a row): Steve Garvey (1974-76, 78-79, 82), Jackie Robinson (1947-51, 53), Dixie Walker (1940-41, 43-45, 47) and Zack Wheat (1910, 16, 21, 24-26) Broke  Ron Ceys 35-year-old Los Angeles Dodger franchise record with 10 consecutive hits from Aug. 22-25 and tied the franchise record set by Brooklyn Robin Edward Konetchy on June 28-July 1, 1919...recorded two consecutive four-hit games on Aug. 24-25, marking the first time the feat has been accomplished by a Dodger since Manny Ramirez did it on Aug. 29-30, 2008  Was a finalist for the NL Rawlings Gold Glove Award Had  a streak of 282 games (276 starts) without an error (July 9, 2010-July 26, 2012), which was the second-longest active run among non-pitchers in baseball behind only Franklin Gutierrez...it was the second-longest errorless run by a Dodger outfielder behind only Brett Butlers 306-game run from 1992-94  Led the NL with a .325 batting average (109-for-335) against right-handers and hit 16 of his 20 homers against righties  Ranked 19th in the NL with 89 RBI, the second-highest single-season total of his career (106 RBI, 2009) Reached  1,000 career hits with his second-inning solo homer on Sept. 4...played in his 1,000th career game on Sept. 30 against Colorado  Drew a game-winning bases-loaded walk on April 13 against the Padres for the 12th walk-off RBI of his career  Batted .368 with the bases loaded (7-for-19), including his fourth career grand slam on June 10 off Seattles Blake Beavan Hit  .313 with runners in scoring position (45-for-144), tying for the 16th best mark in the NL, and batted .335 with runners on base (84-for-251), which was the eighth-best mark in the NL. Batted  .331 (91-for-275) in 74 games at Dodger Stadium, the sixthhighest home batting average in the NL...hit 14 of his 20 homers at home Missed  11 games from June 28-July 13 with a mild left oblique strain...was ejected for the second time in his career on May 13

batting leaders vs. Right-handers national League, 2012 Player AVG 1. Andre Ethier.................................... .325 2. Aaron Hill............................................... .316 3. Marco Scutaro...................................... .309 4. Andrew McCutchen.............................. .309 5. Yadier Molina........................................ .307 6. Ryan Braun........................................... .305

2011 
Earned  his second consecutive All-Star selection and posted the second-longest hitting streak in franchise history with a 30-game run in an injury-shortened seasonbatted .292 with 30 doubles, 11 homers and 62 RBI in 135 games

Received  his first career Rawlings Gold Glove Award, earning the nod as the top fielding National League right fieldertied for 15th in the NL with eight outfield assists and played 1,091.1 innings in the field without committing an errorhad the third most errorless innings played in the outfield in a single season in team history behind Brett Butlers 1991 (1,409.0 innings) and 1993 (1,381.2 innings) seasons

Ranked  third in the National League with a .321 batting average against right-handed pitchers (111-for-346)hit 10 of his 11 homers against right-handers Batted  .288 (36-for-125) with runners in scoring position and went 6-for-9 with the bases loaded, including his third career grand slam on Aug. 30 against the Padres Batted  .397 (46-for-116) during his 30-game hitting streak from April 2-May 6, which was the second-longest run in the Majors and the second-longest hitting streak in Dodger history behind only Willie Davis 31-game streak from Aug. 1-Sept. 3, 1969 By  hitting safely in his last 26 April games, he established a new Major League record for the longest hitting streak during the month of April, having passed Joe Torres 22-game streak from April 1971with 40 hits in 27 games, Ethier tied the Dodger franchise record for most hits in April, which he now shares with Rafael Furcal (2008) and Mike Piazza (1996) Even  after the hitting streak was snapped, Ethier continued his stretch of reaching base safely until May 15 with his 37game streak ranking as the fifth longest in Los Angeles Dodger history Hit  the 100th home run of his career on April 20, becoming the 24th player in franchise history and the 15th Los Angeles Dodger to reach the century mark Hit  .304 (77-for-253) in 68 home games, which was the second best mark on the club and the 19th highest home batting average in the NL

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Ranked  16th in the NL with a .328 batting average (19-for-58) in 15 Interleague games Ranked  second on the club with 30 doubles... posted 30 or more doubles in five straight seasons, becoming just the second Dodger to do so (Jackie Robinson, 1947-51) Earned  his second consecutive All-Star selection in his hometown of Phoenix and stroked a pinch-hit RBI single in his only at-bat in the fifth inningbecame the first Dodger outfielder with consecutive All-Star selections since Gary Sheffield from 1998-2000...ranked 12th in the NL with a .311 batting average at the All-Star break Had  12 games with three or more hits, which tied for the 15th most in the NLsince 2008, he is tied for fifth in the NL with 56 games with more than three hits

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Underwent  season-ending right knee surgery on Sept. 14the arthroscopic procedure to smooth the underside of his kneecap and remove loose bodies was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache

2010 
 Hit .292 with 23 homers, 82 RBI and 33 doubles  Led the Dodgers in slugging percentage with a .493 mark, walks with 59 and multi-hit games with 43  Finished second on the Dodgers in home runs, doubles, hits (151), extra-base hits (57) and runs (71)  Among qualifying players, led Los Angeles with a .363 on-base percentage Led  the team with 59 walks, including a team-high 11 intentional passeswalked four times on Sept. 17 to tie his career high, which occurred previously on Aug. 7, 2009 vs. Atlanta Voted  in by the fans to start for the National League All-Starswas his first-ever All-Star appearance started in center field and went 1-for-2 in the contest, the National Leagues first win since 1996was the Dodgers first starting outfielder since Darryl Strawberry in 1991 Batted  .318 vs. right-handers, which ranked fourth in the National Leaguehis .328 average at night ranked second in the NL  Hit .306 at Dodger Stadium and .326 with runners on base Hit  .329 with six homers and 19 RBI in Aprilalong with Matt Kemp, was named the Farmers Insurance co-Player of the Month Hit  his first career grand slam in the second inning on April 16 vs. San Francisco and followed it up with a walk-off grand slam on May 6has a Major League-leading 11 walk-off hits since 2008 and six walk-off home runs in his career... collected a season-high five RBI on April 16  Had two multi-homer games (April 16 and May 2) in 2010 Had  a season-long nine-game hit streak from April 29-May 8, batting .514 (18-for-35) with four doubles, five homers and 15 RBI in that span  Missed 15 games from May 15-31 with a fractured right pinky finger At  the time of his injury, was a Triple Crown candidate as he led the NL with a .392 batting average and 38 RBI while his 11 homers tied for the NL lead  Was hitting .453 (29-for-64) at home and .500 (19-for-38) with runners in scoring position before the injury  In his 13 games during May, batted .453 (24-for-53) with five homers and 19 RBI At  the All-Star break, ranked second in the NL with a .324 batting average and ranked fifth with a .553 slugging percentageranked 12th with a .379 on-base percentagehad 14 homers and 54 RBI  Also led the National League with a .363 average at night during the first half Went  4-for-4 on Aug. 10 at Philadelphia and again on Oct. 2 vs. Arizonathose were the seventh and eighth times in his career that he collected four or more hits  The Dodgers were 15-6 when he homered  Batted .305 (32-for-105) with nine doubles, four homers and 12 RBI in 27 August games  Was ejected on Aug. 26 at Milwaukee for the first time in his career for arguing balls and strikes

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Made  just one error in 230 chances in right field recorded six outfield assists
 Was tied for second among outfielders and led all NL right fielders with a .996 fielding percentage Missed  the Dodgers July 31 game at San Francisco to return to Los Angeles and witness the birth of his second son, Retton

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2009 
Established  career highs with 162 hits, 42 doubles, 31 homers, 106 RBI, 72 walks, 92 runs, 596 at-bats and 160 games played  Tied for sixth in the National League in RBI with Hanley Ramirez...also tied for fifth in the NL in doubles With  106 RBI, logged the Dodgers first 100-RBI season since 2006, when J.D. Drew had exactly 100...with 31 home runs, registered the first 30-homer season by a Dodger since Adrian Beltre hit 48 in 2004...with 42 doubles, accounted for the Dodgers first 40-double season since Shawn Greens 49 in 2003 Became  just the fourth Dodger in franchise history to amass at least 40 doubles and 30 home runs in the same season, joining Babe Herman (1930), Raul Mondesi (1997) and Eric Karros (1999) Led  the Majors with six walk-off hits, including a Major League-best four walk-off home runs...tied the Major League record for most walk-off homers in a season, joining Jimmie Foxx in 1940 with the Red Sox and Roy Sievers in 1957 with the Washington Senators With  22 homers at Dodger Stadium, became the first Los Angeles Dodger left-handed hitter to hit at least 20 homers at homethe last left-handed hitter in franchise history to accomplish the feat was Duke Sniders 23 home runs at Ebbets Field in 1957 Registered  six multi-home run games, one shy of the L.A. Dodgers single-season record of seven by Adrian Beltre in 2004 ... ranked tied for second in the Majors in multi-homer games, trailing only Albert Pujols 10  18 of his 31 home runs either tied the game or gave the Dodgers a lead Cracked  three homers in a game for the first time in his career on June 26 vs. Seattle, becoming the ninth Dodger in L.A. history to accomplish the featjoined Jonny Gomes, Torii Hunter, Andruw Jones, Paul Konerko, Adam Lind, Andrew McCutchen and Chris Young as the only players in the Majors to turn the trick in 2009 The  Dodgers went 20-4 when he homeredhad a pair of two-homer games in a three-game span June 6-9, clubbing two on June 6 vs. Philadelphia before belting a pair on June 9 vs. San Diego20 of his 31 homers were solo shots  Ranked second on the club with 48 multi-hit games, one behind Matt Kemp Led  the Dodgers with 18 home runs and 56 RBI before the All-Star break, including a club-best 22 RBI in 23 games in Aprilalso led the team with nine homers and 22 RBI in 26 games in June Hit  safely in a season-high nine straight games on two occasions, from June 1-10 (.400, 14-for-35) and July 19-28 (.500, 17-for-34) Established  a career high with six RBI on June 26 vs. Seattle, homering three times to accomplish the feathad a seasonhigh four hits on Aug. 16 at Arizona, falling a triple shy of the cyclehad a career-high four walks on Aug. 7 vs. Atlanta collected at least one RBI in a career-high five straight games (five total) for the fourth time from May 2-6also: July 2-8, 2008 (seven total), July 3-7, 2006 (nine total) and July 28-Aug. 2, 2006 (six total) Was  named National League Player of the Week for the week of July 20-26, when he batted .545 (12-for-22) with five doubles, two homers, six RBI and eight runs scored in six gamesalso had five walks and a .630 on-base percentage in that time Was  named National League Player of the Week for the week of April 13-19, when he batted .391 (9-for-23) with four homers and 12 RBI in six games

2008 
Established  career highs with a .305 average, 160 hits, 38 doubles, 20 homers, 77 RBI, 90 runs, a .375 on-base percentage and a .510 slugging percentage Led  the team in hitting and in homers...ranked second in RBI and runs scored...tied for the team lead with Matt Kemp in doubleshit a team-best .328 (40-for-122) with runners in scoring position, including a .418 mark (23-for-55) beginning on July 4  Hit .337 (91-for-270) in his final 69 games Batted  in the No. 2 slot ahead of Manny Ramirez in 20 of 23 games from Aug. 28-Sept. 22, and hit .425 (34-for-80) with eight doubles, three homers, 17 RBI, 19 runs scored, a .505 on-base percentage and a .688 slugging percentage in those contests Had  multi-hit efforts in eight of nine games from Sept. 2-12, batting .600 (21-for-35) with 12 RBI, seven walks and a .667 on-base percentage in that spanthen missed three games from Sept. 13-15 for the birth of his first child, Dreson...hit .341 (14-for-41) with six RBI in his final 12 regular-season games beginning Sept. 16 Reached  base safely in a career-high 23 consecutive games to conclude the season, batting .458 (38-for-83) with 18 walks and a .549 on-base percentage  Shared National League Player of the Week honors with Roy Oswalt for the week of Sept. 1-7...batted .650 (13-for-20)

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with three doubles, two homers, eight RBI and 10 runs in six games Nine  of his 20 homers came in a 20-game span from Aug. 13-Sept. 5...averaged one homer every 9.7 at-bats in that time Was  the Dodgers nominee for the Hank Aaron Award, which is given by Major League Baseball to the leagues top hitter as voted by broadcasters and fans

LONGEST HITTING STREAKS, LA DODGERS Player GAMES (DATES) 1. Willie Davis......... 31 G (Aug. 1-Sept. 3, 1969) 2. Andre Ethier. ....30 G (April 2-May 6, 2011) 3t. Paul Lo Duca. .... 25 G (May 17-June 18, 2003) 3t. Willie Davis......... 25 G (May 5-June 2, 1971) 3t. Steve Sax................25 G (Sept. 1-27, 1986)

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Aug.  12 vs. Philadelphia, stroked a walk-off single in the ninth off J.C. Romero to give the Dodgers a 4-3 win (Los Angeles had trailed 3-1 through five innings)Aug. 17 vs. Milwaukee, hit a two-run walk-off homer off Carlos Villanueva with no outs in the ninth to give the Dodgers a 7-5 win...hit two home runs that day for his second career multi-homer game ... the other was July 24, 2006 vs. San DiegoSept. 5 vs. Arizona, established a career high with five RBI and matched a career high with five hits...also had five hits on May 19, 2006 vs. Anaheim

2007 
Followed  a successful rookie campaign with a strong sophomore season in which he appeared in 153 games, the second highest total on the team...set career highs in nearly every offensive category, playing 60 games in left field and 102 games in right field Notched  a career-high 32 doubles, tying him for second on the team with Russell Martin...during his first two full seasons, registered 52 doubles, the third highest total in Los Angeles Dodger history behind Martin (58) and Eric Karros (57)  Tied for sixth in the NL with 10 outfield assists and made just one error in 60 games in left field Hit  10 or more homers in each of his first two seasons in the Major Leagues, joining Martin as the first Dodgers to accomplish that feat since Jim Lefebvre (1965-66)  Had a torrid July, batting .383 for the seventh highest average in the National League...added 14 RBI during the month  During a six-week span from June 20-Aug. 1, batted .372 (45-for-121) in 45 games As  a pinch-hitter, went 5-for-10 with two homers and five RBI...tied the game at 1-1 in the eighth inning on May 27 with his first career pinch-hit home run Cracked  a pinch-hit three-run homer in the ninth inning on Sept. 6 at Wrigley Field, propelling the Dodgers to a comefrom-behind 7-4 victory Slugged  a game-winning, two-run homer in the eighth inning on June 3 at Pittsburgh after the Dodgers erased a five-run lead  Hit .323 in the No. 8 slot in the order, where he had 124 of his 447 at-bats

2006 
Began  the season in Triple-A Las Vegas after being acquired from Oakland in exchange for Milton Bradley and Antonio Perez on Dec. 13, 2005 Was  recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas on May 2 in place of the injured Ricky Ledee and made his Major League debut on May 2 in left field before his hometown crowd at Arizona...tallied his first Major League hit in the game, a double off Luis Vizcaino Finished  sixth in NL Rookie of the Year voting, ranking among rookie leaders in batting average (.308, third), on-base percentage (.365, third), slugging percentage (.477, seventh), hits (122, 10th), multi-hit games (33, 10th), triples (7, T-second) and outfield assists (8, first)  Named to the Topps Major League Rookie All-Star team  Ranked third among all Major League rookies with a .308 average From  May 19 - Sept. 2 batted .348, the best average in the NL and third-best average in the Majors behind Joe Mauer (.368) and Justin Morneau (.353) among players with more than 200 plate appearances Had  a 16-game hitting streak from July 26-Aug. 12, tying him with Steve Sax for the third longest by an L.A. Dodger rookie ...Tommy Davis holds the record with a 20-game streak in 1960  Made 99 starts in left field and the Dodgers were 55-44 in those games  Made just six errors in the field and led Dodger outfielders with eight assists  At Dodger Stadium, batted .337 (64-for-190)  Batted .351 (27-for-77) vs. left-handed pitchers Named  NL Player of the Week for July 3-9 when he batted .500 (11-for-22) with a homer, a triple, two doubles, four runs scored, two stolen bases and 10 RBI in seven games...in the month of July batted .362 with five homers and 18 RBI to earn the Dodgers 3-Day Blinds Player of the Month Award At  the All-Star break, led NL rookies in batting average (.352), on-base percentage (.403) and slugging percentage (.545)...was 10th in hits (58) and tied for ninth in total bases (90)

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Ripped  his first Major League homer with two out in the ninth inning vs. San Diego reliever Dewon Brazelton on May 3
 Had his first career multi-homer game on July 24 vs. San Diego  Went 5-for-5 with a homer, sacrifice fly, three RBI and a Dodger season-high four runs scored on May 19 vs. the Angels Batted  .349 with one homer, 12 RBI, a .447 OBP and .500 SLG in 25 games for the 51s while playing primarily in right field prior to being called up to the Dodgers

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2005 
Named  Texas League Player of the Year at Double-A Midland, batting .319 with career highs in runs (104), doubles (30),
homers (18) and RBI (80) Was  named as the best batting prospect in the Texas League by Baseball America...the magazine also rated him as the fourth-best prospect in the Oakland farm system prior to the trade  The As tabbed him as their organizations Position Player of the Year for 2005  Earned Texas League All-Star honors and captured the MVP Award in the All-Star Game Played  for the Phoenix Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League after the season and led the AFL with a .495 on-base percentage while finishing eighth with a .366 batting average  Had two homers and 21 RBI in 23 games for Phoenix while posting a .598 slugging percentage  Helped his teams to the Texas League Championship and Arizona Fall League title Was  honored with the Dernell Stenson Sportsmanship Award in the AFL, which goes to the player who brings a solid work ethic, great sportsmanship and a humble personality to the ballpark every day  Was promoted to Triple-A Sacramento on Sept. 2 and appeared in four games for the Rivercats, going 4-for-15 with two RBI  Appeared in 69 games in left field, 13 in center field and 47 in right field  Attended MLBs Rookie Development Program in January 2006 in Phoenix, AZ

2004 
 Hit .313 with seven homers and 53 RBI for Single-A Modesto in his second professional season  His .313 average ranked eighth in the California League  Had his season shortened by a stress fracture in his back, limiting him to just 99 games  Appeared in 20 games in left field, 77 games in center field and six games in right field

2003 
 In his first professional season, split time between Single-A Vancouver and Single-A Kane County  Tore up the Northwest League, batting .390 in 41 at-bats for Vancouver prior to his promotion  Batted .272 in 40 games for Kane County from July 17 through the end of the season

Amateur Highlights
 ttended Arizona State Universityearned All-American Honorable Mention honors in 2003 from Collegiate Baseball A Insiderwas named to the First-Team All-Pac-10 in 2002 and 2003 finished his career with a 23-game hitting streak batted .371 with 113 runs, 27 doubles, seven triples, 14 home runs and 118 RBI in 116 games (115 starts)

Personal
A ndre Everett Ethierhe and his wife, Maggie have two sons, Dreson (9/13/08) and Retton (7/31/10)has been active  in the community throughout his time in Los Angelesvisited Childrens Hospital Los Angeles on Dec. 3, 2012 with Maggie and distributed goodie bags and gift cards for select patientsmakes at least one annual visit to the Union Rescue Mission, grilling Dodger Dogs and handing out food for those in needaddressed a crowd of approximately 5,000 people on April 29, 2011, including cancer survivors and their families, at the 35th annual Celebration of Life Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion at City of Hopehosted a Best Buy holiday shopping trip for 10 Los Angeles children from the Expo Center, Five Acres, Pacific Lodge Youth Center and Central City Action Committee organizations on Dec. 13, 2011on June 26, 2009, hosted a $4,000 shopping spree for children from the community group A Better L.A. at the West Hollywood Best Buy...held a similar event in December 2008 for underprivileged children from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Serviceshosted a yoga session for fans along with his personal yoga instructor Johanna Epps in the outfield at Dodger Stadium on July 18, 2009hosted Carne Asada Sunday, presented by Cacique, following the game against the San Diego Padres on May 3, 2009, which included a live mariachi band, food and beverage with the proceeds donated to the Dodgers Dream Foundationin both 2008 and 2009, made visits and served food to the Weingart Center, a comprehensive human services center for homeless men and women located near Skid Row in downtown L.A. and the Union Rescue Mission in L.A.visited the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington D.C. during the 2006 and 2007 seasonsin 2008, took part in The Chef Jeff Project, a television show on the Food Network that offers at-risk teens a chance to turn their lives around through culinary arthanded out turkeys and fixings to those in need during the Dodger Turkey Giveaway in 2008has been a regular on the Dodgers Community Caravan throughout his careeroriginally selected by Oakland in the second round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft and signed by Oakland scout John Kuehl.

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ANDRE ETHIERs CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG G 2003 Vancouver .390 10 Kane County .272 40 2004 Modesto .313 99 2005 Sacramento .267 4 Midland .319 131 2006 LOS ANGELES .308 126 Las Vegas .349 25 2007 LOS ANGELES .284 153 2008 LOS ANGELES .305 141 2009 LOS ANGELES .272 160 2010 LOS ANGELES .292 139 Albuquerque .600 2 2011 LOS ANGELES .292 135 2012 LOS ANGELES .284 149 Rancho Cucamonga .000 2 Major League-7 years .290 1003 Dodger Totals-7 years .290 1003 Minor League-6 years .314 313 AB 41 162 419 15 505 396 86 447 525 596 517 5 487 556 4 3524 3524 1237 R H 7 16 23 44 72 131 0 4 104 161 50 122 15 30 50 127 90 160 92 162 71 151 4 3 67 142 79 158 0 0 499 1022 499 1022 225 389 2B 4 10 23 1 30 20 4 32 38 42 33 0 30 36 0 231 231 72 3B HR 1 1 0 0 5 7 0 0 3 18 7 11 3 1 2 13 5 20 3 31 1 23 0 0 0 11 1 20 0 0 19 129 19 129 12 27 RBI 7 11 53 2 80 55 12 64 77 106 82 2 62 89 1 535 535 168 SH 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 SF HBP 0 1 0 2 2 4 0 0 8 11 6 5 1 2 8 4 7 4 4 13 6 3 1 1 3 3 3 9 0 0 37 41 37 41 12 21 BB 3 19 45 2 48 34 14 46 59 72 59 2 58 50 1 378 378 134 SO 3 25 64 3 93 77 16 68 88 116 102 0 103 124 1 678 678 205 SB 2 2 2 0 1 5 2 0 6 6 2 0 0 2 0 21 21 9 CS 1 2 5 0 4 5 1 4 3 4 1 0 1 2 0 20 20 13 OBP .444 .355 .383 .353 .385 .365 .447 .350 .375 .361 .364 .667 .368 .351 .200 .362 .362 .387 SLG .610 .333 .442 .333 .497 .477 .500 .452 .510 .508 .493 .600 .421 .460 .000 .476 .476 .458 E 0 3 8 1 3 6 1 5 2 7 1 0 0 3 0 24 24 16

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ANDRE ETHIERs CAREER ALL-STAR BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2010 NL (Dodgers) 2011 NL (Dodgers) Totals AVG .500 1.000 .667 G 1 1 2 AB 2 1 3 R 0 0 0 H 1 1 2 2B 0 0 0 3B 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 RBI 0 1 1 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 BB 0 0 0 SO 1 0 1 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 OBP .500 1.000 .667 SLG .500 1.000 .667

ANDRE ETHIERs CAREER POSTSEASON BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG 2006 NLDS: LAD vs. NYM .000 2008 NLDS: LAD vs. CHC .100 NLCS: LAD vs. PHI .227 2009 NLDS: LAD vs. STL .500 NLCS: LAD vs. PHI .263 Postseason Totals .266 LDS Totals .304 LCS Totals .244 G 2 3 5 3 5 18 8 10 AB 1 10 22 12 19 64 23 41 R 0 2 4 5 2 13 7 6 H 0 1 5 6 5 17 7 10 2B 0 0 1 2 1 4 2 2 3B 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 HR 0 0 0 2 1 3 2 1 RBI 0 0 0 3 3 6 3 3 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 BB 0 4 1 1 2 8 5 3 SO 0 4 6 2 4 16 6 10 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 OBP .000 .357 .227 .571 .333 .356 .448 .295 SLG .000 .100 .261 1.333 .474 .500 .739 .366

ANDRE ETHIERs CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 5 (2 times), last: Sept. 5, 2008 vs. ARI 6, June 26, 2009 vs. SEA 3, June 26, 2009 vs. SEA 4 (3 times), last: Aug. 10, 2010 at PHI Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 2, Aug. 29, 2008 at ARI 4 (2 times), last: Sept. 17, 2010 vs. COL 30 games, April 2-May 6, 2011 4, last: June 10, 2012 at SEA (Beavan)

ANDRE ETHIERs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position First Base Outfield PCT --- .986 G 1 957 PO 0 1623 A 0 52 E 0 24 TC 0 1699 DP 0 5

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Oakland in the second round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Los Angeles from Oakland in exchange for Milton Bradley (OF) and Antonio Perez (IF) on Dec. 13, 2005

DISABLED LIST
May 15-31, 2010 (fractured right pinkie) June 28-July 13, 2012 (strained left oblique)

A GOOD DAY FOR THE LONGBALL


On July 20, 2003 the Dodgers and Cardinals combined to hit nine home runs, marking the most ever hit in a game at Dodger Stadium. The previous record was eight, which was accomplished on May 25, 1979, when the Dodgers hit seven homers and the Reds hit one. Combined, the blasts traveled an estimated 3,573 feet (L.A. 1,984 STL - 1,589). The players who homered that day were David Ross, RickeyHenderson, Jeromy Burnitz (2), Adrian Beltre, Albert Pujols, Scott Rolen, Eduardo Perez and WoodyWilliams.

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Federowicz

tim Federowicz
catcher
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 215 Opening Day Age: 25 M.L. Service: 0.056 Born: Aug. 5, 1987 in Erie, PA Residence: Apex, NC Acquired: In a four-player trade with Boston on July 31, 2011

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Career Highlights
D  odgers top catching prospect and a solid defender, Federowicz begins his third season in the Dodger organization after he was acquired from Boston in a 2011 trade I n 10 career Major League games in 2011-12, has a .188 average (3-for-16 with one RBI and a .350 on-base percentage) S  elected to the 2012 All-Pacific Coast League team after batting .294 with a team-high 34 doubles (12th, PCL), 11 home runs and 76 RBI in 115 games for the Isotopes76 RBI were a career highled the PCL in caught-stealing percentage at 39% W  as the starting catcher for the PCL in the 2012 Triple-A All Star Game, batting .301 with 21 doubles, seven homers and 48 RBI before the All-Star break  Owns a career .282 batting average with 44 home runs and 279 RBI in five minor league seasons  Has thrown out 34.5% (154 of 446) of would-be base stealers in his minor league career  Made his Major League debut on Sept. 11, 2011 as a pinch-hitter at San Francisco, striking out in his only at-bat C  ollected his first Major League hit in his first big league start on Sept. 15, 2011 vs. Pittsburgh with a single off Russ Ohlendorf L  ed all Red Sox farmhands in 2009 with a .305 average while tallying 14 homers and 58 RBI between Single-A Greenville and Single-A Salem N  amed a 2009 midseason South Atlantic League All-Star after hitting a league-leading .345 (78-for-226) with 10 home runs and 34 RBI in the seasons first half Originally selected by the Boston Red Sox in the seventh round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
A  ppeared in three games with the Dodgers, going 1-for-3 after being called up on Sept. 1...made his only start behind the plate in the Dodgers season finale on Oct. 3 S  elected to the 2012 All-Pacific Coast League team after batting .294 with a team-high 34 doubles (12th, PCL), 11 home runs and 76 RBI in 115 games for the Isotopes W  as the starting catcher for the PCL in the Triple-A All-Star Game, batting .301 with 21 doubles, seven homers and 48 RBI before the All-Star break  Led the PCL in caught-stealing percentage at 39% Batted .376 (44-for-117) against left-handers with the Isotopes H  ad his best month of the season in August, when he batted .345 (30-for-87) with 10 doubles, a homer and 18 RBI in 26 games

2011
A  cquired from Boston at the July 31 trade deadline in a four-player deal that also brought the Dodgers minor leaguers Juan Rodriguez and Stephen Fife in exchange for Trayvon Robinson R  ecalled by Los Angeles on Sept. 6 and made his Major League debut as a pinch-hitter at San Francisco on Sept. 11, striking out in his only at-batat the time of his promotion, he was batting .325 with six homers and 17 RBI in 25 games with Triple-A Albuquerque  Made his first big league start on Sept. 15 at Dodger Stadium where he went 1-for-2, singling off Pittsburghs Russ 124

Ohlendorf for his first Major League hit  Finished the season going 2-for-13 (.154) in seven games, including four starts behind the plate with the Dodgers  Cut down two of five runners attempting to steal (40%) in the Majors H  it .287 with 14 home runs and 69 RBI to accompany a .357 on-base percentage over a 115 games spent between Albuquerque and Bostons Double-A Portlandmatched his career high in homers (14) and set new career bests in RBI (69), runs scored (63), walks (47) and games played (115) T  hrew out a combined 33.3% (36-of-108) of would-be minor league base stealers N  amed by Baseball America as the Dodgers best defensive catcher and the organizations 10th-best prospect after the seasonthird consecutive season of being named an organizations best defensive catcher by the publication Federowicz

2010
B  atted .251 with four home runs and 61 RBI in a career-high 109 games with Bostons Single-A Salem R  anked third in the Carolina League and fifth overall in Bostons farm system with 34 doubles Tim Federowicz visits with students during the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Caravan.

T  hrew out 30 of 90 (33.3%) attempted base stealers, tied for the second-best percentage among qualifying CL catchers H  it .341 with four doubles, two homers and 13 RBI during a career-long 10-game hitting streak on June 8-19 ripped his first career grand slam and knocked in five RBI on June 8  Tabbed as the best defensive catcher in the Red Sox system by Baseball America following the season

2009
B  egan the season with Single-A Greenville, but was promoted to Salem after leading the South Atlantic League in average (.345) and home runs (10) in the first halfnamed a Midseason South Atlantic League All-Star Combined to lead Red Sox farmhands with a .305 batting average while tallying 14 homers and 58 RBI Cut down 18 of 53 (34.0 %) attempted bases stealers throughout the season R  eceived South Atlantic League Player of the Week honors for June 15-21 after batting .529 (9-for-17) with six runs scored, three doubles a home run and four RBI during that span  Selected as the Red Sox Minor League Defensive Player of the Month for June A  fter the season, rated as the Best Defensive Catcher in the Red Sox farm system and ranked as the South Atlantic Leagues 15th-best prospect by Baseball America

2008
 Made his professional debut with the short-season Single-A Lowell Spinners Tied for second on the club with 10 stolen bases Threw out attempted base stealers at 41% rate (16-for-39)  Finished the season collecting hits in nine of his final 11 games, including a seven-game hit streak from Aug. 23-30  Named Minor League Defensive Player of the Month for August/September

Amateur Highlights
Hit .319 with 21 home runs and 175 RBI over his three year career (2006-08) with the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hillreached the College Baseball World Series finals twice in his collegiate career (2006 and 2007) but fell both times to Oregon Statewas a 2006 baseball Freshman All-American and was a member of the 2006 All-College World Series teamranks sixth all time at UNC in doubles (57) and ninth in RBIwas a member of the U.S. National team that won the 2006 FISU World Championship in Havana, Cuba

Personal
Timothy Joseph Federowiczpronounced fehd-er-oh-VICH...participated in the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Caravan and attended FanFesthit .319 with 21 home runs and 125 RBI over his three-year career LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide125

(2006-08) at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill was a two-time all-conference player as a catcher for Apex High School (NC)played both baseball and basketball in high schooloriginally selected by the Boston Red Sox in the seventh round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft. Federowicz

TIM FEDEROWICZS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2008 Lowell 2009 Salem Greenville 2010 Salem 2011 LOS ANGELES Portland Albuquerque 2012 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque Major League-2 years Dodger Totals-2 years Minor League-5 years AVG .244 .257 .345 .253 .154 .277 .325 .333 .294 .188 .188 .282 G 36 51 55 109 7 90 25 3 115 10 10 481 AB 127 187 226 407 13 339 83 3 412 16 16 1781 R 14 18 34 47 0 46 17 0 71 0 0 247 H 31 48 78 103 2 94 27 1 121 3 3 502 2B 6 13 19 34 0 20 7 0 34 0 0 133 3B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 HR 1 4 10 4 0 8 6 0 11 0 0 44 RBI 15 24 34 61 1 52 17 0 76 1 1 279 SH 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 SF 2 3 2 5 0 8 2 0 7 0 0 29 HP 0 1 4 2 1 3 2 0 3 1 1 15 BB 19 5 15 43 2 32 15 1 52 3 3 181 SO 24 22 42 86 4 63 20 2 91 6 6 348 SB 10 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 14 CS 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 OBP .338 .276 .393 .324 .313 .338 .431 .500 .371 .350 .350 .348 SLG .315 .390 .562 .371 .154 .407 .627 .333 .461 .188 .188 .433 E 2 3 6 6 1 10 0 0 12 1 1 39

TIM FEDEROWICZS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 1 (3 times), last: Oct. 3, 2012 vs. SF 1, Sept. 17, 2011 vs. PIT None None Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: None 1 (3 times), last: Sept. 26, 2012 at SD 2 games, Sept. 15-May 17, 2011 None

TIM FEDEROWICZS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Catcher PCT .982 G 5 PO 50 A 6 E 1 TC 57 DP 0

TIM FEDEROWICZS CAREER CATCHING RECORD


G 9 INN 50.0 CCS 2 SB 3 CS% 40 PB 1 CPKO 0 CERA 2.70

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Boston in the 7th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Los Angeles with Stephen Fife (RHP) and Juan Rodriguez (RHP) from Boston for Trayvon Robinson (OF) on July 31, 2011

DISABLED LIST
Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

MAJOR LEAGUERS TO HIT SIX HOMERS IN A THREE-GAME SPAN


Batter HR Start Date Shawn Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/23/2002 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/21/2002 Hee-Seop Choi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/12/2005 Barry Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/18/2001 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/19/2001 Ralph Kiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/14/1947 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/10/1947 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/11/1947 Tony Lazzeri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/23/1936 Lee May . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/24/1969 Mike Schmidt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4/17/1976 Frank Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/01/1962 Gus Zernial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5/13/1951 Manny Ramirez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/15/1998 Alex Rodriguez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/16/2002 Jeff DaVanon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6/01/2003 Source: Society of American Baseball Research

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Stephen Fife
Right-Handed Pitcher
Career Highlights

@stephen_fife

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 220 Opening Day Age: 26 M.L. Service: 0.034 Born: Oct. 4, 1986 in Boise, ID Residence: Glendale, AZ Acquired: In a four-player trade with Boston on July 31, 2011

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Y  oung hurler enters his third season with the Dodger organization after seeing his first Major League action last season P  osted a 2.70 ERA (8 ER/26.2 IP) with 20 strikeouts and 12 walks in three separate stints with the Dodgers during 2012made his Major League debut on July 17 against Philadelphia, allowing one run on four hits over 6.0 inningsmade quality starts in his first two big league outings and allowed two or fewer runs in all five big league starts P  itched well under pressure in the Majors, holding opponents to a .187 batting average with runners in scoring position (5-for-27) A  cquired in a four-player trade with the Boston Red Sox on July 31, 2011 and was added to the clubs 40-man roster on Nov. 18, 2011  O wns a 37-23 record with a 4.12 ERA in 108 games (92 starts) in five minor league seasons H  as struck out more than twice as many as hes walked at the minor league level, fanning 397 and walking only 167 in 534.2 career innings B  efore being traded to Los Angeles, was selected as a midseason Eastern League All-Star with Double-A Portland in 2011 after tying for the league lead with 10 first-half wins  Made the Double-A Eastern League All-Star Team in 2010 with a 5-2 record and a 3.83 ERA before the break  Originally selected by Boston in the third round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
M  ade five big league starts in three separate call-ups for the Dodgers in 2012recalled on July 17 and made his Major League debut that night against Philadelphia, allowing one run on four hits in 6.0 innings M  ade quality starts in his first two big league outings and allowed two or fewer runs in all five big league starts F  anned a career-high nine St. Louis hitters on Sept. 16 at Dodger Stadium, his second-highest strikeout total of the season (Majors and Minors) behind only his 12 Ks in 7.0 innings on July 22 against Iowa (Cubs) H  eld opponents to a .255 batting average in the Majors, including a .224 mark against left-handers (11-for49)limited the opposition to a .185 (5-for-27) batting average with runners in scoring position at the Major League level T  ied for second on Triple-A Albuquerque with 11 wins, going 11-7 with a 4.66 ERA in 25 games (24 starts) picked up the win on Sept. 6 in the Isotopes playoff win at Omaha (Royals), allowing three runs on seven hits in 7.0 innings  Posted a 7-1 home mark with a 3.68 ERA (27 ER/66.0 IP) at Triple-A Albuquerque

2011
A  cquired from Boston at the July 31 trade deadline in a four-player deal that also brought the Dodgers Tim Federowicz and minor leaguer Juan Rodriguez in exchange for Trayvon Robinson O  verall, went 14-4 with a 3.74 ERA in 25 combined games (24 starts) with Double-A Chattanooga and Double-A Portland (Boston)set new career-bests in wins, innings pitched (137.0) and strikeouts (95)  Posted a 3-0 record with a 4.01 ERA (15 ER/33.2 IP) in six starts after joining the Chattanoogaowned a 1-0 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide127

record with a 2.45 ERA in three road starts with the Lookouts W  ent 11-4 with a 3.66 ERA with the Sea Dogs before being traded to the Dodgersat the time of the trade, his 11 wins were tops amongst all Red Sox farmhands S  elected as a midseason Eastern League All-Star with Double-A Portland after tying for the league lead with 10 first-half wins fife N  amed the Eastern Leagues Pitcher of the Week for the period ending on June 13 after taking a no-hitter into the seventh inning in his start vs. Richmond (Giants)finished the game going 6.1 innings and allowing one hit while fanning seven  Notched a career-high nine strikeouts in his July 5 start (6.0 IP, 7 H, 3 ER) at Binghamton (Mets)  Following the season, pitched for the Salt River Rafters in the Arizona Fall League

2010
I n his first season with Double-A Portland, he paced the club in wins (8), starts (26) and innings (136.1) while finishing third on the team with 82 strikeouts  Named to the Eastern Leagues midseason All-Star Team after going 5-2 with a 3.83 ERA before the break S  elected as the Eastern League Pitcher of the Week for August 30-September 6 after going 2-0 with a 1.64 ERA (2 ER/11.0 IP) and seven strikeouts in two starts  Limited left-handed opposition to a .248 batting average  Went 3-1 with a 3.05 ERA (22 ER/65.0 IP) in 12 road starts

2009
 Combined to go 3-5 with a 3.71 ERA (36 ER/87.1 IP) in 18 starts with Single-A Greenville and Single-A Salem B  egan the season with Greenville where despite going winless in eight starts, he posted a 2.70 ERA (11 ER/36.2 IP) with 35 strikeouts and just four walksfinished the year tops amongst Bostons farm system (min. 30.0 IP) with a combined 6.14 strikeout-to-walk ratio (86 K/14 BB)  Allowed just one home run in 36.0 innings pitched with the Drive  Went 1-0 with a 2.04 ERA (4 ER/7.2 IP) in three July starts after his promotion to Salem

2008
 Made his professional debut at Short-season Single-A Lowell going 1-1 with a 2.33 ERA in 14 relief outings  Held opponents to a .198 clip (28-for-143) and allowed just one home run in 38.2 innings of work W  ent at least 2.0 innings and fanned at least one batter in all 14 of his appearancesallowed more than one earned run once  Made one playoff appearance with Lowell tossing four scoreless innings of relief

Amateur Highlights
 layed two seasons (2007-08) of college baseball at University of Utah and one at Everett Community College P in Washington (2006)went 7-5 with a 3.72 ERA in 15 starts for the University of Utah as a junior in 2008, leading the team in wins, starts, innings and strikeouts

Personal
 tephen J. Fifemarried to Alyssaplayed in the 1999 Little League World Series...attended the Dodgers S Winter Development Program in January 2012 and 2013...originally selected by Boston in the third round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

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Stephen fifes CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2008 Lowell 2009 Salem Greenville 2010 Portland 2011 Chattanooga Portland 2012 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque Major League-1 year Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-5 years W-L 1-1 3-2 0-3 8-6 3-0 11-4 0-2 11-7 0-2 0-2 37-23 ERA 2.33 4.44 2.70 4.75 4.01 3.66 2.70 4.66 2.70 2.70 4.12 G 14 10 8 26 6 19 5 25 5 5 108 GS 0 10 8 26 6 18 5 24 5 5 92 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 IP 38.2 50.2 36.2 136.1 33.2 103.1 26.2 135.1 26.2 26.2 534.2 H 28 58 32 144 36 107 25 157 25 25 562 R ER 14 10 28 25 13 11 84 72 18 15 47 42 8 8 85 70 8 8 8 8 289 245 HR 1 7 1 11 2 7 2 13 2 2 42 HB 4 2 0 5 1 6 2 10 2 2 28 BB 11 10 4 46 15 37 12 44 12 12 167 SO WP 41 7 51 1 35 3 82 6 25 0 70 4 20 4 93 10 20 4 20 4 397 31 BK 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 AVG .196 .283 .230 .272 .271 .270 .255 .290 .255 .255 .269

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Stephen fifes CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2012 Dodgers Totals AVG .286 .286 G 5 5 AB 7 7 R 1 1 H 2 2 2B 1 1 3B 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0 SH 1 1 SF 0 0 HP 0 0 BB 0 0 SO 2 2 SB 0 0 CS 0 0 OBP .286 .286 SLG .429 .429

Stephen fifes CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None 6.1, July 27, 2012 at SF None 2 (3 times), last: Sept. 22, 2012 at CIN Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 9, Sept. 16, 2012 vs. STL 3 (3 times), Aug. 1, 2012 None 2 games, last: Aug. 1, 2012-Sept. 22 2012

Stephen fifes CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT 1.000 G 5 PO 3 A 4 E 0 TC 7 DP 0

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Boston in the third round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Los Angeles with Tim Federowicz (C) and Juan Rodriguez (RHP) from Boston for Trayvon Robinson (OF) on July 31, 2011

DISABLED LIST
 Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

DODGERS LOST IN EXPANSION DRAFTS


Year Player Pos. Team 1961 Bob Aspromonte IF Houston Colt .45s Dick Farrell P Houston Colt .45s Jim Golden P Houston Colt .45s Norm Larker IF Houston Colt .45s Roger Craig P New York Mets Gil Hodges IF New York Mets 1968 Jack Billingham P Montreal Expos Jim Grant P Montreal Expos Jim Fairey OF Montreal Expos Al Ferrara OF San Diego Padres Jim Williams OF San Diego Padres Zoilo Versalles IF San Diego Padres 1992 Roberto Mejia IF Colorado Rockies Eric Young IF Colorado Rockies Jamie McAndrew P Florida Marlins 1997 Karim Garcia OF Arizona Diamondbacks Jesus Martinez P Arizona Diamondbacks

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Adrian Gonzalez
First Baseman
Career Highlights

@adriantitan23

BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 225 Opening Day Age: 30 M.L. Service: 7.108 Born: May 8, 1982 in San Diego, CA Resides: San Diego, CA Acquired: In a nine-player trade with the Boston Red Sox on Aug. 25, 2012

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S  outhern California native and slugging first baseman enters his first full season with the Dodgers after being acquired in a trade last Augusthas played in nine Major League seasons with Texas (2004-05), San Diego (2006-10), Boston (2011-12) and Los Angeles (2012) H  as been selected to four All-Star teams (2008-11), earned three Rawlings Gold Glove Awards at first base (2009, 2009 and 2011) and took home a Silver Slugger Award in 2011 with Boston I s a .294 career hitter and since his first full big league campaign in 2006, ranks among the Major League leaders in hits (1,257, 8th), doubles (268, 5th), home runs (206, 12th), RBI (726, 7th), runs (647, 14th), walks (519, T-14th), total bases (2,165, 5th) and extra-base hits (485, 7th) C  ollected at least 100 RBI four times in the last five seasons since 2007, one of seven Major Leaguers to do so, joining Ryan Braun, Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder, Ryan Howard, Albert Pujols and Mark Teixeira H  as a .507 career slugging percentage and posted a slugging percentage of .500 or better in six consecutive seasons from 2006-11, joining Miguel Cabrera, Matt Holliday and Albert Pujols as the only players to do so in that span D  uring the course of his career, has a .329 batting average with runners in scoring position and has hit .355 with the bases loaded, including four grand slams (last: Aug. 26, 2010, vs. Arizona at San Diego) H  as a .995 career fielding percentage at first base and since 2006, ranks among Major League first basemen in games played (1,099, 2nd) and innings played (9,576.2, 2nd), total chances (10,008, 2nd), assists (911, 2nd), putouts (9,052, 2nd) and zone rating (.886, 2nd) T  abbed as the Padres MVP four times (2006, 2008-10)ranks among the franchises all-time leaders (min. 3,000 PA) in slugging percentage (.514, 1st), OPS (.888, 1st), batting average (.288, 3rd), extra-base hits (344, 3rd), RBI (501, 4th), on-base percentage (.374, 4th), total bases (1,529, 4th), runs (464, 5th), doubles (176, T-5th), hits (856, 6th), walks (403, 6th) and games (799, 12th) L  ed the Padres in hits, homers and slugging percentage in each of his five seasons in San Diegohis 57 homers at PETCO Park are the most since it opened in 2004his four career multi-homer games at PETCO are also the most at the park H  it .357 (5-for-14) with two runs and three walks in four NL Division Series games with the Padres in 2006, his only postseason experience M  ade his Major League debut on April 18, 2004 at Seattle and picked up his first career hit on April 20 at Anaheim with a single off Ramon Ortizhit his first big league homer on April 25, 2004 with a solo shot off Seattles Kevin Jarvis at Rangers Ballpark  Played for Team Mexico in both the 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classics S  elected by the Florida Marlins with the first overall pick in the 2000 First-Year Player Draftwas just the second first baseman in baseball history to be selected first overall after the Yankees Ron Blomberg in 1967

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2012
B  atted .299 with a career-high 47 doubles, a triple, 18 home runs and 108 RBI in 159 combined games with the Dodgers and Red Soxacquired by Los Angeles in a nine-player trade on Aug. 25 R  eached the 100-RBI mark for the third consecutive seasonhas collected at least 100 RBI four times in the last five seasons since 2007, one of seven Major Leaguers to do so, joining Ryan Braun, Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder, Ryan Howard, Albert Pujols and Mark Teixeira 130

F  ollowing his acquisition from Boston, led Los Angeles with a .297 batting average, 43 hits, 10 doubles and 22 RBI through the conclusion of the season R  anked second in the big leagues with a .392 combined batting average with runners in scoring position (67for-171), including a .368 mark with Los Angeles (14-for-38) C  ompleted the campaign ranked among the Major League leaders in hits (188, 10th), multi-hit games (57, 6th), doubles (47, 5th) and RBI (108, T-7th)his 63 RBI after the All-Star break were the third most in the big leagues F  inished the season on a 15-game hitting streak, batting .390 (23-for-59) with three doubles, two homers and six RBI during the run from Sept. 19-Oct. 3was the longest hit streak by a Dodger this seasonhad three hitting streaks of 10 or more games this season, including an 18-game streak from June 20-July 7 with Boston (.377, 29-for-77) H  it .322 against left-handed pitchers (74-for-230), the highest batting average against lefties by a lefthanded hitter in the Majors R  anked second among Major League first basemen with a .998 fielding percentage at the position, committing just three errors in 1,246.0 innings in 151 games (139 starts) L  ed the Red Sox with 11 game-winning RBI (11th in AL) and 22 go-ahead RBI (T-6th in AL) at the time of the tradealso led the club with 43 multi-hit games (29 2H, 14 3H) and 21 multi-RBI games P  osted a .372 batting average (35-for-94), the fourth-best mark in the AL, and knocked in 19 RBI in 24 July games for Boston T  wice named American League Player of the Week, taking home the honor for the periods of July 16-22 and Aug. 6-12 (co-player of the week with Baltimores Manny Machado) gonzalez

2011
H  it .338 with 27 homers and 117 RBI in 159 games in his first season with the Red Sox, tied for the Major League lead with a career-high 213 hits and led the Majors with 66 multi-hit games N  amed to fourth straight All-Star team and was the fan-elected starter at first basedrove in the American Leagues only run of the contest with a fourth-inning home run off Cliff Lee in a 5-1 AL defeat at Chase Field placed second with 31 total homers in the Home Run Derby, his second career derby competition R  anked among AL leaders in average (.338, 2nd), RBI (117, 3rd), total bases (345, 2nd), doubles (45, T-6th), extra-base hits (75, 5th), runs (108, 5th), games (159, T-4th), slugging percentage (.548, 7th), on-base percentage (.410, 3rd), OPS (.957, 3rd), intentional walks (20, 3rd), average vs. right-handers (.347, 2nd) and batting average with runners in scoring position (.337, 6th) T  ied for the fourth-most hits in team history, the most ever by a Red Sox first baseman as well as the most by a player in his debut campaign with the club H  is 66 multi-hit games were the most by a Red Sox player since Nomar Garciaparra in 1997 (68)tied for the MLB lead with 25 games with three-plus hits, the most by a Red Sox player since Wade Boggs in 1988 (28) S  et career highs in hits, runs, batting average, on-base percentage and total basesthe only other Red Sox ever to post a batting average of .338 or better in at least as many at-bats or games played was Wade Boggs in 1985 (.368, 653 AB, 161 G) Adrian Gonzalez spends time with a young fan after distributing toys to children at the 12th annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Celebration.

W  as the only Major Leaguer in 2011 to finish the year with at least 200 hits and 115 RBI and just the third Red Sox player ever to reach the mark (fifth time), joining Mo Vaughn (1996, 1998) and Jim Rice (1978-79) W  as the first AL first baseman to reach 213 hits, 117 RBI and 75 extra-base hits in a season since Clevelands Hal Trosky in 1936 (216 H, 162 RBI, 96 XBH)in that time, the only other Major League first baseman to reach those marks was Colorados Todd Helton in 2000 (216 H, 147 RBI, 103 XBH) LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide131

B  ecame the fifth Red Sox player (15th time) ever with 25+ homers and a .338 average or better in the same season, joining Jimmie Foxx (1936, 1938-39), Ted Williams (1941-42, 1946-49, 1954, 1955, 1957), Nomar Garciaparra (1999) and Manny Ramirez (2002) gonzalez F  inished second in the AL with 30 go-ahead RBI and third with 17 game-winning RBI R  eceived the Rawlings Gold Glove Award, his third career Gold Glove Award and first in the ALbecame the third Red Sox first baseman to win a Gold Glove, joining George Scott (196768, 1971) and Kevin Youkilis (2007) N  amed the first baseman on The Sporting News year-end AL All-Star team F  inished second among AL first basemen with a career-best .997 fielding pct. (4 E/1,351 TC) and led AL first baseman in games (156), starts (155), innings (1,352.2) and assists (125) 2012 BATTING LEADERS, RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITion Player AVG w/RISP 1. Allen Craig, STL................................... . .400 2. Adrian Gonzalez, BOS/LAD.............. .392 3. Jonathan Lucroy, MIL............................ .389 4. John Jaso, SEA...................................... .378 5. Joe Mauer, MIN..................................... .372 6. Joey Votto, CIN...................................... .370

M  ade two starts in right field during Interleague action (6/29 at PHI, 7/2 at HOU), his second and third career games at any position other than first base and designated hitter (also a start in RF on 9/30/05 with TEX vs. LAA) S  elected as The Sporting News first-half AL MVPled the Majors with 128 hits, 77 RBI, 214 total bases, 29 doubles and 49 extra-base hits while pacing the AL in batting average (.354) and multi-hit games (40) prior to the break  His 128 hits were the most ever for a Red Sox player before the All-Star break (since 1933) R  anked among Interleague leaders in hits (2nd, 33), total bases (3rd, 46), RBI (T-3rd, 17) and batting average (3rd, .423)  Paced Major League road leaders in total bases (183) and extra-base hits (tied, 44) M  ade his Red Sox debut on April 1 at Texas and hit an RBI single in the first inningnotched his second career stolen base, his only of the season, in that game, first since April 28, 2009 at Colorado S  cored his 500th career run on April 29 vs. Seattletripled in the fourth inning on June 19 vs. Milwaukee for his 1,000th career hit I n May, led the Majors with 42 hits and ranked second with 31 RBI, the most by a Red Sox player in May since 1999 (Nomar Garciaparra, 33)was the only Major Leaguer with 40+ hits and 30+ RBI in any month of 2011 and the first Red Sox player to do it in May since Jim Rice in 1978 (45 H, 33 RBI) H  it nine May homers, with eight in 11 games from May 3-14, including in four straight games from May 10-14 (5 total HR) H  it a walk-off, two-run double in the ninth inning for an 8-7 win on May 16 vs. Baltimorewas his fifth career walk-off hitdrove in the go-ahead run with an RBI double in the 11th inning of Bostons 4-2 win at the Angels on April 21 N  amed AL Player of the Month for June, his first career monthly honorhit a Major League-best .404 (40-for-99) with eight doubles, two triples, six homers and 25 RBI in 25 games during the month and ranked among AL June leaders in RBI (T-1st), hits (2nd), runs (2nd), on-base percentage (2nd, .478) and slugging percentage (2nd, .707) N  otched a career-high nine-game RBI streak from June 3-12 (14 total RBI), tied for longest in the AL in 2011 and the longest by a Red Sox player since Manny Ramirezs 10-gamer from Sept 14-24, 2002Boston won each of the nine games during that stretch, making Gonzalez just the fourth Major Leaguer since 1935 to drive in a run in nine or more consecutive games with their team winning each, joining Al Rosen (9 games, 1954 Indians), Sixto Lezcano (9, 1982 Padres) and Dwight Evans (10, 1989 Red Sox) P  osted a season-high 14-game hit streak from July 20-Aug. 4, batting .483 (28-for-58) in the stretchhit .415 (27-for-65) with six homers, 17 runs and 17 RBI during a season-high 17-game on-base streak from May 29-June 17 H  ad multiple hits in a career-high seven straight games from July 24-31, tied for the longest such streak in the Majors in 2011 T  abbed AL Player of the Week for Aug. 22-28, his fifth career weekly honorin seven games, hit .393 (11-for-28) with a double and eight runs while leading the Majors with five homers (tied), 9 RBI (tied) and 27 total bases H  it five homers in a three-game span from Aug. 23-25 at Texas, the first Red Sox player with five home runs over three games since Kevin Millar, July 21-23, 2004went deep twice on Aug. 23 and Aug. 25, his 12th and 13th career multi-homer tiltsalso went deep twice on May 10 at Toronto  Participated in Bostons 5-4-3 triple play on Aug. 16 vs. Tampa Bay (G2) with Jed Lowrie and Dustin Pedroia O  n Sept. 3 vs. Texas became the first Red Sox first baseman in the Divisional Era (since 1969) to turn a pair of unassisted double plays in a game 132

2010
I n his final season with San Diego, batted .298 with 31 home runs and 101 RBI and ranked among the NL leaders in games played (160, T-5th), hits (176, 7th), home runs (31, T-8th), RBI (101, 12th), total bases (302, T-6th), walks (93, 3rd), intentional walks (35, 2nd), on-base percentage (.393, 5th), slugging percentage (.511, 9th) and OPS (.904, 7th) N  amed to third consecutive NL All-Star team in last season in San Diegopaced the Majors with a .407 batting average (48-for-118) with runners in scoring position E  arned third straight Padres Most Valuable Player Award from the San Diego Chapter of the BBWAA, fourth time overall receiving the honor (also 2006)finished fourth in NL MVP voting (1 2nd-place vote, 3 3rd) R  ecorded fourth consecutive 30-home run season (31) and third career 100-RBI campaign (101)his four 30home run seasons extended his franchise record (two more than Phil Nevin, Fred McGriff and Nate Colbert) while three 100-RBI seasons tied Phil Nevin for the most in club history J umped from fifth (130 HR) to second (161) on the Padres all-time home run list, passing Ryan Klesko (133), Tony Gwynn (135), Dave Winfield (154) and Phil Nevin (156) P  laced fifth in the NL with a .315 clip (97-for-308) on the road and ranked sixth on the circuit with a .337 mark (67-for-199) against left-handed pitching T  ied for second in the NL with a .545 batting average (6-for-11) with the bases loaded, including three grand slams: April 23 at Cincinnati off Micah Owings, June 2 vs. New York (NL) off Raul Valdes (a walk-off) and Aug. 26 vs. Arizona off Sam Demelthe three slams tied for the most in the Majors with Kansas Citys Yuniesky Betancourt and New Yorks (AL) Alex Rodriguezwalk-off slam on June 2 vs. New York (NL) gave San Diego a 5-1 win in 11 innings and was the fifth game-ending grand slam in Padres history L  ed the Padres in most offensive categories, including runs (87), hits (176), doubles (33), home runs (31), RBI (101), walks (93), average (.298), on-base percentage (.393), slugging percentage (.511), extra-base hits (64) and total bases (302) F  inished second among NL first basemen with 1,459 total chances and 1,324 putouts, third with 127 assists, 125 double plays and 159 games, and fifth with a .995 fielding percentage (8 E) S  elected to the All-Star team via the Player Ballot and went 0-for-2 as a defensive replacement at first base in the National Leagues 3-1 victory at Angel Stadium on July 13  Homered in consecutive games on four occasions and in a season-high four straight contests from April 21-25  Set a career high with six RBI on May 19 at Dodger Stadiumalso had five RBI on Sept. 15 at Colorado T  allied two season-high, 11-game hitting streaks, June 11-23 (.450, 18-for-40) and Aug. 28-Sept. 8 (.459, 17for-37) H  it .322 (64-for-199) over his final 55 games (8/6-10/3), posting a .416 on-base percentage and .538 slugging percentage (.954 OPS) F  ollowing the season, traded to Boston on Dec. 6 in exchange for OF Reymond Fuentes, RHP Casey Kelly, 1B Anthony Rizzo and a player to be named later (IF/OF Eric Patterson)

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2009
S  et career highs in homers (40), walks (119), on-base percentage (.407) and slugging percentage (.551), while batting .277 with 99 RBI in 160 games H  onored with his second consecutive All-Star Game selection and Rawlings Gold Glove AwardNamed the Padres Most Valuable Player for the third year, second straight, as voted on by the San Diego Chapter of the BBWAA S  truck out just 109 times, his lowest total in a full Major League seasondrew more walks than strikeouts for first time in his career, including 22 intentional walks R  anked fifth in the Majors with 40 homers, including a big league-best and franchise-record 28 roundtrippers on the road B  ecame the first Padre to record three, 30-home run seasons and the only San Diego batter with 35 or more homers in consecutive yearswas one of four Padres all-time to hit 40 or more home runs in a single season, joining Greg Vaughn (50 HR, 1998), Phil Nevin (41 in 2001) and Ken Caminiti (40 in 1996) L  ed the Majors with 119 walks and ranked second with 22 intentional walks, behind St. Louis Albert Pujols 44recorded the 10th 100-walk season in San Diego franchise history, joining five others: Jack Clark (132 BB in 1989, 104 in 1990), Brian Giles (119 in 2005, 104 in 2006), Rickey Henderson (125 in 1996), Fred McGriff (105 in 1991) and Gene Tenace (125 in 1977, 101 in 1978 and 105 in 1979) S  et a franchise record with nine home runs in Aprilbelted a 458-foot home run on April 26 vs. Pittsburgh (off Ross Ohlendorf), which was estimated as the longest in PETCO Park history LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide133

H  omered in five straight games from May 10-15, with six long balls in that spanwas second Padre ever to homer in five straight games, joining Graig Nettles who went deep in six straight, Aug. 11-22, 1984)also homered in four straight games, May 30-June 2 GONZALEZ R  eceived NL Player of the Week honors twice, sharing with Philadelphias Ryan Howard for May 25-31 (.323, 10for-31, 5 HR, 11 RBI, 9 R and 9 BB) and winning for the week of Aug. 10-16 (.633, 19-for-30, 3 HR, 8 RBI and 10 R) B  ecame first Major Leaguer since 1920 to walk two or more times in eight consecutive games (with a PA), accomplishing the feat from June 1-9 (18 total BB)was first Padre since Rickey Henderson (11 straight games in 1996) to walk in 10 consecutive games (5/31-6/10) R  epresented the Padres in the All-Star Game for the second straight year, walking in his only plate appearance at St. Louis on July 14also participated in the Home Run Derby for the first time H  it .311 (76-for-244) with 17 doubles, one triple, 16 homers, 47 RBI and 41 runs in 72 games after the All-Star break D  id not play on Aug. 4 vs. Atlanta, snapping a streak of 314 consecutive games playedit was the longest streak in franchise history and the longest active streak in the Majors at the time B  ecame the first Padre to go 6-for-6 in a game and fourth Padre to record six hits in a game on Aug. 11 at Milwaukeewas the first San Diego batter to record six hits in a 9.0-inning game

2008
N  amed to his first career All-Star team, selected as a result of player balloting, and earned his first Rawlings Gold Glove Awardbatted .279 with 36 homers and a career-high 119 RBI in 162 games to receive Padres MVP honors from San Diego Chapter of the BBWAA  Was the first Padres first baseman and ninth Padre overall to win a Rawlings Gold Glove Award  In addition to RBI, also established career highs in games played (162) and runs scored (103) R  anked third in the NL with 119 RBI, becoming the first Friar to finish in the top five in the league since Ken Caminiti finished third with 130 RBI in 1996 (Elias) A  lso ranked among NL leaders in home runs (7th), total bases (314, T-9th), road batting average (.308, 8th), batting with runners in scoring position (.325, 4th), average vs. right-handed pitching (.320, 7th), intentional walks (18, T-4th), at-bats (616, 8th) and RBI ratio (5.2 at-bats per RBI, 8th)  Appeared in all 162 San Diego games and ranked third in the Majors with 1,417.1 innings played in the field  Tied for first in the Majors with 22 road homers (Ryan Howard) and his 70 road RBI placed second A  ppeared in 161 games at first base (159 starts), committing six errors in 1,442 total chances with a .996 fielding percentageled NL first basemen in games and innings played, while also ranking among league leaders at the position in putouts (4th, 1,306), assists (4th, 130), double plays (2nd, 129) and fielding percentage (2nd) B  atted .308 (100-for-325) on the roadhit in 63 of 81 road games, including a career-high 19 consecutive road tilts from April 11-May 13 H  it .320 (122-for-381) with 27 doubles, 24 homers and 81 RBI off right-handers compared to .213 (50-for-235) off left-handerstallied a season-high nine-game hit streak April 29-May 8 (.375, 15-for-40) O  n May 12, Adrians older brother, Edgar, made his MLB debut with San Diegobecame the sixth set of brothers to play for the Padres and fourth pair to play togetherAdrian (first base) and Edgar (third base) became the first set of brothers to appear on the infield in the same game for San Diego on May 13 against the Cubs at Wrigley Fieldthe last time two brothers on the same team had started a game at infield positions was Sept. 27, 1998 when two pairs of brothers started at the four infield spots for the Reds in a home game vs. Pittsburgh: the Larkin brothers at shortstop (Barry) and first base (Stephen) and Boone brothers at second base (Bret) and third base (Aaron) K  nocked 10 homers and collected 29 RBI in May, both career highs for a month (since surpassed) and tied for third most in the month among all Major LeaguersRBI total marked highest by a Padre in May since Ryan Klesko had a club-record 40 in 2001 H  is 21 homers through the Padres first 81 games were second most in club history to Greg Vaughns 26 in 1998 through the halfway point (Gonzalez passed with 24 through 81 G in 2009)66 RBI tied Vaughn (1998) for third most through 81 contests, two shy of Ryan Kleskos club record in 2001 H  is 22 long balls before the All-Star break were tied for second most in franchise history (Nate Colbert, 1972; Dave Winfield, 1979) behind Vaughns club-record 30 homers in 1998 (Gonzalez passed with 24 HR before the break in 2009)71 RBI before the All-Star Game tied for fifth in franchise history with Kleskos 75 RBI (84 games) before the All-Star Game in 2001 being the club mark P  layed in first his All-Star Game on July 15 at Yankee Stadiumentered the game in the sixth inning at first base and went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice fly and one RBI in the 4-3, 15-inning loss to the American League 134

H  it a pair of homers on Sept. 11 vs. San Francisco, when his, brother, Edgar, also clubbed a pinch-hit homer they became the first set of brothers in Padres history to accomplish the feat and first pair of brothers overall to tally homers in the same game since Bengie and Jose Molina on July 31, 2005 for the Angels at New York (AL) O  n Sept. 27 vs. Pittsburgh, the Gonzalez brothers and LaRoche brothers (Adam and Andy) started for opposing teams in the same gamewas the first time this occurred since Aug. 12, 2003 when the Alomar brothers White Sox played against Jose and Bengie Molina of the Angels A  fter the season, played with Edgar for Mazatlan in the Mexican Pacific Leaguethat Mazatlan club represented Mexico in the Caribbean Series in Mexicaliwas the starting first baseman with Edgar playing secondset a Caribbean Series record with three home runs in a game against the Dominican Republics Licey Tigersboth he and Edgar were named to the All-Caribbean Series team GONZALEZ

2007
H  is second season in San Diego, batted .282 and finished with 30 home runs and 100 RBImarked the 14th 30-homer season by a Padres batter and first since Phil Nevin (41) and Ryan Klesko (30) in 2001 R  anked among NL leaders in games (161, T-6th), at-bats (646, 6th), doubles (46, 5th) and extra-base hits (79, 7th) B  atted .295 in 82 road games and established club records with his Major League-leading 32 doubles and 53 extra-base hits on the road H  is 46 doubles overall placed third on the Padres all-time, single-season list79 extra-base hits ranked tied for third on the clubs all-time, single-season list and were the most by a San Diego batter since Greg Vaughns 82 in 1998 H  is 25 RBI in April established a franchise record for that monthknocked seven long balls, tying the then-club record for April (Ken Caminiti, 1998; Ryan Klesko and Rondell White, 2003; Passed by Gonzalez with 9 HR in April 2009)batted .309 (34-for-110) in 26 April games B  elted first career grand slam in the 163rd game of the season, a one-game playoff on Oct. 1 at Colorado 2012 DOUBLES LEADERS Player DOUBLES 1. Alex Gordon, KC..........................................51 2t. Albert Pujols, LAA..................................50 2t. Aramis Ramirez, MIL..............................50 4. Robinson Cano, NYY............................... 48 5. Adrian Gonzalez, BOS/LAD..................47 6. Nelson Cruz, TEX......................................45

2006
H  is first full Major League season and first with San Diegonamed Padres MVP by the local chapter of the BBWAA after leading the club in batting average (.304), hits (173), doubles (38), home runs (24) and slugging percentage (.500)made postseason debut in the NLDS vs. the Cardinals P  laced second on the club in games played (156) and at-bats (570), trailing Brian Giles (158 G, 604 AB)82 RBI were one shy of tying Giles and Mike Cameron for the team lead B  ecame first Padre since Tony Gwynn (1997) to record two hit streaks of 15 games or more in one season, tallying two 17- game stretcheshit in a career-high, 17-straight games from May 17-June 9, batting .356 (21for-59) with three doubles, four homers, five RBI and nine runsmarked longest streak for a Padres player since Eric Owens hit in 18-straight contests June 17-July 6, 1999recorded a second 17-game streak July 6-26, batting .432 (32-for-74) with seven doubles, eight homers, 21 RBI and 18 runs D  rove in a then career-high four runs on three occasions (7/14 vs. ATL, 7/17 vs. PHI, 9/16 at LA (NL)) and tallied a then career-high four hits four times (4/12 at FLA, 6/28 vs. OAK, 9/12 at CIN, 10/1 at ARI). N  amed NL Player of the Week for July 17-23, leading the league in batting average (.607), slugging percentage (.964), on-base percentage (.645), hits (17) and total bases (27) and tying for the NL lead in runs scored (9) marked his first weekly honor I n NL Division Series vs. St. Louis, batted .357 (5-for-14) with three walksscored two of Padres six runs in the series

2005
 Played in 43 games over three stints with the Rangersalso appeared in 84 contests with Triple-A Oklahoma B  egan the season with the big league club and was the only rookie position player on the Opening Day roster hit .194 (7-for-36) with two home runs and four RBI before he was optioned on April 20 R  ecalled again on July 23, batting .333 (4-for-12) with a homer and two RBI in four games in his second stint with Texasoptioned back to Triple-A Oklahoma City on July 31joined the Rangers for the remainder of the season on Aug. 18 W  ith Texas, started 31 games as designated hitter, seven at first base and one in right fieldmade his first career appearance in the outfield, starting in right field on Sept. 30 vs. the Angels LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide135

C  ombined to hit .303 (145-for-478) with 24 homers and 82 RBI between the Rangers and Triple-A Oklahoma City W  ith Triple-A Oklahoma City, recorded three multi-homer games, including a three-homer contest on April 24 at Albuquerquecollected five RBI twice, on April 24 and Aug. 12 GONZALEZ

2004
 Saw his first big league action in 2004, appearing in 16 games over two stints with the Rangers R  ecalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City on April 16 to take the spot of injured Mark Teixeiramade his Major League debut on April 18 at Seattle, starting at first base and going 0-for-3 N  otched his first Major League hit in his second game on April 20 at Anaheim with a single to center off Ramon Ortiz in his first at-bat F  irst career homer was the last of three consecutive long balls for the Rangers in the sixth inning on April 25 vs. Seattlefollowed homers by Laynce Nix and Rod Barajas, combining for the fourth back-to-back-to-back homers in Rangers historybecame first Texas player and eighth big leaguer to have his first MLB homer be part of such an effort H  it .276 (8-for-29) in eight games overall before being optioned back to Triple-A Oklahoma City on April 29 rejoined Texas on Sept. 13 after Oklahoma City was eliminated from the Pacific Coast League playoffs R  anked among Triple-A Oklahoma Citys team leaders in hits (139, 2nd), RBI (88, 2nd), total bases (209, 2nd), games (123, 2nd), doubles (28, T-3rd) and home runs (12, 4th)finished among Texas minor league leaders in RBI (5th) and average (.304, 6th)led PCL first basemen with 141 double plays T  allied two-homer games on June 8 vs. Albuquerque and June 22 at Albuquerquematched season highs with seven RBI in both of those contests and hit a grand slam off Mike Neu in the June 8 gamerecorded a seasonhigh five hits with five runs scored in the June 22 game  Following the season, named the organizations eighth-best prospect by Baseball America

2003
S  plit the season between Triple-A Albuquerque and Double-A Carolina in the Marlins organization and Double-A Frisco with the Rangerstraded from Florida to Texas on July 11  Combined to hit .269 (121-for-449) with five home runs and 51 RBI in 120 games with the three clubs  Began the season at Albuquerque and appeared in 39 games before being transferred to Carolina on May 30 A  cquired by Texas with OF Will Smith and LHP Ryan Snare in exchange for RHP Ugueth Urbina on July 11spent the duration of season with Frisco  Batted .233 (7-for-30) with two doubles and three RBI in eight playoff games A  fter the season, played for the Peoria Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League and hit .260 with three homers and 16 RBI in 23 games

2002
S  pent the entire season at Double-A Portland in the Eastern Leagueranked second in the league in games (138) and RBI (96)led the team in games, at-bats (508), hits (135), doubles (34), home runs (17), RBI and slugging percentage (.437) A  mong Florida minor leaguers, finished first in games and RBI, third in at-bats, fourth in hits, doubles and home runs, and fifth in total bases (222) N  amed by Baseball America as the No. 4 prospect in the Marlins system, No. 6 first base prospect in the minor leagues, No. 7 Eastern League prospect and the 31st overall minor league prospect  Selected to the SportsTicker Eastern League All-Teen Team

MLB HITS LEADERS, 2006-12 Player HITS 1. Ichiro Suzuki..........................................1,476 2. Derek Jeter........................................... 1,368 3t. Miguel Cabrera................................... 1,343 3t. Michael Young.................................... 1,343 5. Robinson Cano. .................................... 1,304 6. Albert Pujols........................................ 1,264 7. Matt Holliday........................................ 1,262 8. Adrian Gonzalez..............................1,257

2001
N  amed the Marlins Organizational Player of the Year and Midwest League MVP at Single-A Kane County helped lead Kane County to the league title L  ed the MWL in hits (161) and total bases (251), was second in RBI (103), third in doubles (37) and fourth in atbats (516) N  amed to Baseball Americas Single-A All-Star team and chosen by the publication as having the best tools in the Midwest League, along with being the best batting prospect and the best defensive first basemanalso 136

selected by Baseball America as the top Midwest League prospect and the third-best first base prospect in the minor leagues S  elected to SportsTickers Midwest League All-Prospect Team and All-Teen Team and named its Teenager of the Year among Midwest League players  Played in the All-Star Futures Game in Seattlenamed to the Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star Team R  eceived Topps Minor League Player of the Month honors in June, batting .372 (35-for-94) with six doubles, three homers and 14 RBI in 23 games GONZALEZ

2000
 Split his first professional season between the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Marlins and Single-A Utica  Named by Baseball America as the fifth-best prospect in the GCL and a first-team All-American first baseman

Amateur Highlights
 atted .566 as a junior and hit .645 with 13 homers as a senior at Eastlake High School in Chula Vistanamed the B CIF Player of the Year and San Diego Union-Tribune Player of the Year as a senior in 2000.

PERSONAL
 drian Gonzalezresides in San Diego, CA with his wife, Betsy, and daughter, Brianna Bellehas been an active A member of the Los Angeles community since being acquired from the Red Sox, donating and distributing toys during the holidays at the 12th Annual East Los Angeles Winter Wonderland Holiday Celebration, attending the Dodgers Childrens Holiday Party and the clubs Pitching in the Community Caravanhis father, David, played amateur baseball in Mexico and was a first baseman on the Mexican National Teamolder brother, Edgar, made his Major League debut with the Padres in 2008they were the sixth set of brothers to play for the Padres and fourth pair to play togethermoved from San Ysidro, CA to Tijuana at the age of one where he lived until he and his family returned to San Diego at the age of 13recently helped renovate a Little League baseball field in Tijuana, which was renamed in his honor at a November 2012 dedicationwith his wife, established the Adrian and Betsy Gonzalez Foundation in 2008, focused on empowering underprivileged youth through athletics, education and health, and continues to raise funds for the foundations efforts in helping the youth of San Diego County and Mexico as well as working on projects in New Englandthe foundation has held fundraising events and has supported various charities such as San Diegos Rady Childrens Hospital, earmarking funds for MRSA research and awareness, and San Pasqual Academy a residential educational campus for foster teens, as well as Kids Included Together and Orfanatorio de Mazatlanthe Adrian Gonzalez Scholarship program awards high school seniors with funds to further their education via renewable scholarships to four-year colleges and universitiesthe Gonzalez family further supports these students with computers, printers and backpackshas hosted numerous fundraising events for his foundation, including a Celebrity Staff Night and Celebrity Bowling Bashhas supported his alma mater, Eastlake High Schools baseball program and hosted charity events in support of San Diego-area Little Leagues and the South Bay Family YMCAwas San Diegos recipient of the Heart and Hustle Award from the MLB Players Alumni Association in 2008 and 2010nominated by his teammates for the 2008 Marvin Miller Man of the Year Awardreceived the Padres Chairmans Award in 2007 for contributions to the communityselected by the Florida Marlins with the first overall pick in the 2000 First-Year Player Draft and signed by scout David Finley.

ADRIAN GONZALEZS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2000 Utica GCL Marlins 2001 Kane County 2002 Portland Sea 2003 Albuquerque Carolina Frisco 2004 TEXAS Oklahoma 2005 TEXAS Oklahoma 2006 SAN DIEGO 2007 SAN DIEGO 2008 SAN DIEGO 2009 SAN DIEGO 2010 SAN DIEGO 2011 BOSTON 2012 BOSTON LOS ANGELES Major League-9 years Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-6 years AVG G .310 8 .295 53 .312 127 .266 138 .216 39 .307 36 .283 45 .238 16 .304 123 .227 43 .338 84 .304 156 .282 161 .279 162 .277 160 .298 160 .338 159 .300 123 .297 36 .294 1176 .297 36 .296 653 AB 29 193 516 508 139 137 173 42 457 150 328 570 646 616 552 591 630 484 145 4426 145 2480 R H 7 9 24 57 86 161 70 135 17 30 15 42 16 49 7 10 61 139 17 34 61 111 83 173 101 182 103 172 90 153 87 176 108 213 63 145 12 43 671 1301 12 43 357 733 2B 3 10 37 34 5 9 6 3 28 7 17 38 46 32 27 33 45 37 10 278 10 149 3B HR 0 0 1 0 1 17 1 17 1 1 1 1 2 3 0 1 3 12 1 6 1 18 1 24 3 30 1 36 2 40 0 31 3 27 0 15 1 3 12 213 1 3 11 69 RBI 3 30 103 96 18 16 17 7 88 17 65 82 100 119 99 101 117 86 22 750 22 436 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 2 SF 0 2 6 3 1 1 2 0 4 2 4 5 6 3 4 4 5 7 1 37 1 23 HP 0 2 5 8 0 0 1 0 6 0 4 3 3 7 5 2 6 5 0 31 0 26 BB 7 32 57 54 14 14 11 2 39 10 32 52 65 74 119 93 74 31 11 531 11 260 SO 6 35 83 112 25 25 27 6 73 37 44 113 140 142 109 114 119 81 29 890 29 430 SB 0 0 5 6 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 4 2 14 CS 0 0 5 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 OBP .444 .397 .382 .344 .286 .368 .326 .273 .364 .272 .399 .362 .347 .361 .407 .393 .410 .343 .344 .371 .344 .365 SLG .414 .358 .486 .437 .288 .409 .393 .381 .457 .407 .561 .500 .502 .510 .551 .511 .548 .469 .441 .507 .441 .448 E 2 7 14 16 1 4 7 1 9 3 5 7 10 6 7 8 4 4 1 48 1 65

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ADRIAN GONZALEZS CAREER POSTSEASON BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2006 NLDS: SD vs. STL Postseason Totals LDS Totals AVG .357 .357 .357 G 4 4 4 AB 14 14 14 R 2 2 2 H 5 5 5 2B 0 0 0 3B 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 RBI 0 0 0 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 BB 3 3 3 SO 3 3 3 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 OBP .471 .471 .471 SLG .828 .828 .828

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ADRIAN GONZALEZS CAREER ALL-STAR BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2008 NL (Padres) 2009 NL (Padres) 2010 NL (Padres) 2011 AL (Red Sox) Totals AVG .333 --- .000 .500 .286 G 1 1 1 1 4 AB 3 0 2 2 7 R 0 0 0 1 1 H 1 0 0 1 2 2B 0 0 0 0 0 3B 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 1 1 RBI 1 0 0 1 2 SH 0 0 0 0 0 SF 1 0 0 0 1 HP 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 1 0 0 1 SO 1 0 0 0 1 SB 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .250 1.000 .000 .500 .333 SLG .333 --.000 2.000 .714

ADRIAN GONZALEZS CAREER WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2006 Mexico 2009 Mexico Totals AVG .188 .273 .237 G 5 6 11 AB 16 22 38 R 1 6 7 H 3 6 9 2B 1 2 3 3B 0 0 0 HR 0 2 2 RBI 2 7 9 SH 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 BB 1 5 6 SO 5 5 10 SB 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 OBP .235 .407 .341 SLG .250 .636 .316

ADRIAN GONZALEZS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 6, Aug. 11, 2009 at MIL 6, Sept. 15, 2010 at COL 2 (14 times), last: Sept. 23, 2012 at CIN 4 (2 times), last: July 7, 2008 at SF Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 1 (4 times), Sept. 19, 2012 at WAS 4, June 19, 2009 at OAK 18 games, June 20-July 7, 2012 4, last: Aug. 26, 2010 vs. ARI

ADRIAN GONZALEZS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position First Base Outfield PCT .995 .880 G 1120 21 PO 9231 21 A 923 1 E 48 3 TC 10202 25 DP 881 1

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Florida in the first round (first overall) of the 2000 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Texas with Will Smith (OF) and Ryan Snare (LHP) from Florida in exchange for Ugueth Urbina (RHP) on July 11, 2003 A  cquired by San Diego with Chris Young (RHP) and Terrmel Sledge (OF) from Texas for Adam Eaton (RHP), Akinori Otsuka (RHP) and Billy Killian (C) on Jan. 4, 2006 A  cquired by Boston from San Diego in exchange for Reymond Fuentes (OF), Casey Kelly (RHP), Anthony Rizzo (1B) and Eric Patterson (IF/OF) on Dec. 6, 2010 A  cquired by Los Angeles with Carl Crawford (OF), Josh Beckett (RHP), Nick Punto (IF) and cash from Boston in exchange for James Loney (1B), Ivan De Jesus (IF), Allen Webster (RHP), Rubby De La Rosa (RHP) and Jerry Sands (1B/OF)

DISABLED LIST
Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

FIRST AT-BAT HOME RUNS


Six players in Dodger history have hit a home run in their first Major League at-bat: Clise Dudley, April 27, 1929 Gordon Slade, May 24, 1930 Ernie Koy, April 19, 1938 Dan Bankhead, Aug. 26, 1947 Jose Offerman, Aug. 19, 1990 Garey Ingram, May 19, 1994

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BATS: Left THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 160 Opening Day Age: 24 M.L. Service: 1.089 Born: April 22, 1988 in Windermere, FL Residence: Windermere, FL Acquired: Selected in the fourth round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft

shortstop

Dee Gordon
Career Highlights

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GORDON

F  leet-footed shortstop made his first career Opening Day start last year and appeared in 87 games for the Dodgers in an injury-shortened season H  as a .260 batting average in 143 career games in two Major League seasons, while posting a .302 average with 178 steals in 405 games over five minor league campaigns H  as 56 stolen bases since making his debut on June 6, 2011, which ranks fifth among all National League base stealers during that span I n 2012, led the Majors with 30 steals through July 4 when he was sidelined with a right thumb UCL tear despite missing 58 games on DL still ranked eighth in the NL with 32 stolen bases P  owered his first career home run on May 1, 2012 with a leadoff homer at Coors Field off Colorados Jhoulys Chacin N  amed to the Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team in 2011 after playing in 56 games with the Dodgers, becoming the first ever Dodger shortstop to receive the honor  His .304 batting average in 2011 was the fifth highest by a Los Angeles Dodger rookie (min. 200 AB) O  n June 6, 2011, made his Major League debut in the ninth inning as a pinch-runner, scoring a run on a groundout by Andre Ethiermade the first start of his career on June 7 at Philadelphia and had three hits in his first three plate appearances V  oted as the September 2011 recipient of the Gillette presents NL Rookie of the Month Award, batting .372 (42-for-113) with 21 runs, 12 steals, seven doubles, one triple and six RBI in 26 games S  elected to the 2010 XM All-Star Futures Game and the Southern League All-Star Game (did not play due to participation in Futures Game) E  ntered the 2010 campaign ranked as the Dodgers No. 1 prospect by Baseball America and as the No. 36 prospect in the Minors by MLB Network N  amed the Dodgers 2009 Branch Rickey Minor League Player of the Year, batting .301 with 73 steals, 12 triples, 162 hits and 96 runs in 131 games for Single-A Great Lakesranked second in steals, tied for eighth in triples, had the 11th most hits and rated 15th in runs among all full-season minor leaguers T  abbed as the 2009 Single-A Midwest League Topps Minor League Player of the Year, as the leagues Prospect of the Year and the circuits co-MVP along with teammate Kyle Russell after leading the league with 73 steals (22 more than his closest challenger) and triples, and ranking second in the league in hits and runs S  elected as a midseason and year-end Midwest League All-Star...selected as a starter for the ML All-Star Game, going 1-for-2 with a stolen base  Named to Baseball Americas 2009 mid-season All-Star team for all of Minor League Baseball  Selected by Los Angeles in the fourth round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
 Made his first career season-opening roster and also his first Opening Day start on April 5 at San Diego R  anked eighth in the NL with 32 steals in 42 attempts (76.2%)posted seven multi-steal games with the Dodgers going 7-0 in those conteststied a career-high with three steals on three occasions, which tied with Mike Trout and Everth Cabrera for the MLB lead for most games with three or more steals

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 Batted .296 in close and late situations (16-for-54)  Hit .308 (12-for-39) in 13 games when in the eighth spot in the lineup  Hit the first home run of his career with a leadoff shot off Colorados Jhoulys Chacin on May 1 at Coors Field GORDON S  troked a pair of ninth-inning walk-off singles this season, doing so in the Dodgers 5-4 win over San Diego on April 15 and their 2-1 victory over the White Sox on June 17 2012 National league steals leaders  Missed 58 games from July 5-Sept. 10 with a UCL tear in his right thumb, suffered while stealing third base on July 4 against the Redsmade eight rehab starts for Triple-A Albuquerque and reinstated from the DL on Sept. 11 Player SB 1. Everth Cabrera, SD................................... 44 2. Michael Bourn, ATL..................................42 3. Jose Reyes, MIA....................................... 40 4. Shane Victorino, PHI/LAD.......................39 5. Carlos Gomez, MIL.................................... 37 5. Juan Pierre, PHI......................................... 37 7. Jose Altuve, HOU.......................................33 8. Dee Gordon, LAD.................................32

B  atted .379 with a .446 on-base percentage in 23 Cactus League gamesstole 11 bases in 15 attempts

2011
S  plit the season between the Major League level and Triple-A Albuquerqueappeared in 56 games over two stints with the Dodgers N  amed to the Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team, becoming the first-ever Dodger shortstop to receive the honor

H  ad the second-highest batting average among Major League rookies (min. 200 AB) with a .304 mark, including a .316 mark (47-for-150) against right-handed pitcherswas the fifth-highest batting average ever by a Los Angeles Dodger rookie R  anked fifth among NL qualifiers with a .345 batting average in 34 games after the All-Star break (49-for142) H  it .248 with two strikes (29-for-117), which ranked 11th among National Leaguers with 120 or more plate appearances  Scored 34 runs in just 56 Major League games H  ad his contract purchased from Triple-A Albuquerque on June 6 and made his Major League debut in the ninth inning as a pinch-runner that night, scoring a run on a groundout by Andre Ethierbecame the first Dodger to make his debut as a pinch-runner since Wilton Guerrero (now a Dodger scout) on Sept. 3, 1996 M  ade the first start of his career on June 7 at Philadelphia and had three hits in his first three plate appearances M  issed 20 games from Aug. 10-Sept. 1 on the disabled list due to a right shoulder contusion, which he suffered while tagging out Kelly Johnson in a third-inning rundown on Aug. 6 at Arizona H  it just .232 (19-for-82) during his first stint with the Dodgers from June 6-July 4recalled on July 31 when Rafael Furcal was traded to St. Louis R  ecorded 24 stolen bases in 31 attempts (77.4%), which ranked as the fifth most steals by a Dodger rookie and the most for a rookie since Todd Hollandsworths 21 in 1996tied with the Cubs Tony Campana for second in steals among big league rookies, behind only Minnesotas Ben Reveres 34 stealsoverall, tied for 14th in the NL in steals B  ecame the first Dodger since Harvey Hendrick on June 12, 1928 to steal second, third and home in the same inning, doing so in the seventh inning on July 1 against the Angels in Anaheim V  oted the September recipient of the Gillette presents NL Rookie of the Month Award, batting .372 (42-for113) with 21 runs, 12 steals, seven doubles, one triple and six RBI in 26 gamesled the circuit with 42 hits and ranked second in the league in stolen bases B  atted .400 (18-for-45) during his career-high 11-game hitting streak from Sept. 13-24ended the season by hitting safely in 14 of his last 15 games at a .391 clip (25-for-64) S  et a career high with four hits Sept. 8 at Washingtonhad 22 multi-hit games in his 51 starts, including seven games with three or more hits O  verall, batted .333 with 10 doubles, six triples, 24 RBI and 30 steals in 34 attempts over 70 games with the Isotopeshad 31 multi-hit games, including nine games with three or more hits W  ith Albuquerque, batted .344 with runners in scoring position (22-for-64) and hit .324 (34-for-105) with runners on base I ncluding two steals during a minor league rehab with Rancho Cucamonga, ranked second among Dodger minor leaguers with 32 combined stolen basesvoted by Pacific Coast League managers as the fastest runner in the league and was tied for third in the league in steals at the time of his most recent promotion 140

2010
S  pent the entire 2010 season at Double-A Chattanooga, leading the Southern League with 53 steals, ranked fourth with 154 hits and tied for fifth on the circuit with 86 runs in 133 games...led all Dodger minor leaguers in steals and also in triples with 10 S  elected to the XM All-Star Futures Game and the Southern League All-Star Game (did not play due to participation in Futures Game)  Hit .303 (57-for-188) with runners on base and batted .289 (35-for-121) with runners in scoring position W  on the April Dodger Pride Award for Chattanooga, batting .345 (29-for-84) with six steals, a home run and six RBI in 20 games in the monthhis April batting average ranked seventh in the Southern League  Batted .296 (112-for-378) against right-handed pitchers and just .237 (42-fo-177) against left-handers R  ated by Baseball America as the Southern Leagues sixth-best prospect, Best Baserunner, Fastest Baserunner and Most Exciting Player E  ntered the 2010 campaign ranked as the Dodgers No. 1 prospect by Baseball America and as the No. 36 prospect in the Minors by MLB Network...in its preseason Best Tools issue, rated by Baseball America as the Dodgers Best Hitter for Average, Fastest Baserunner, Best Athlete and Best Defensive Infielder F  ollowing the season, played for the Gigantes de Carolina in the Puerto Rican Leagueranked among the league leaders in batting average (.361, T-1st), runs (26, T-1st), hits (52, 3rd), triples (6, 1st), steals (8, T-2nd), total bases (71, 2nd), on-base percentage (.396, 4th) and slugging percentage (.493, 2nd) in 33 games GORDON

2009
N  amed the Dodgers 2009 Branch Rickey Minor League Player of the Year, batting .301 with 73 steals, 12 triples, 162 hits and 96 runs in 131 games for Single-A Great Lakesranked second in steals, tied for eighth in triples, had the 11th most hits and rated 15th in runs among all full-season minor leaguers T  abbed as the 2009 Single-A Midwest League Topps Minor League Player of the Year, the leagues Prospect of the Year and the circuits co-MVP along with teammate Kyle Russell after leading the league with 73 steals (22 more than his closest challenger) and triples, and ranking second in the league in hits and runs S  elected as a midseason and year-end Midwest League All-Star...selected as a starter for the Midwest League All-Star Game, going 1-for-2 with a stolen base  Named to Baseball Americas midseason All-Star team for all of minor league baseball W  on the Dodger Pride Award for June, batting .347 (34-for-98) with 14 steals and 22 runs in 24 gameshad a season-long 16-game hitting streak from June 10-30 F  ollowing the 2009 season, Baseball America named him the No. 2 prospect in the Midwest League and the shortstop on the Second-Team All-Star squad for all of the minor leagues S  elected by Baseball America as Midwest Leagues Best Baserunner, Fastest Baserunner and Most Exciting Player in its Best Tools survey of league managers and coaches E  ntered the season rated as the Dodgers No. 7 prospect by Baseball America

2008

Dee Gordon stretches with a group of children on the P  layed his first professional season with field at Dodger Stadium. Rookie-level Ogdenranked fourth in the Pioneer League with a .331 average, finished 10th with a .371 on-base percentage and tied for sixth with 83 hits F  ollowing the season, was named by Baseball America as the No. 4 prospect in the Pioneer Leagueselected in the fourth round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

Amateur Highlights
 amed NCCAA II National All-Tournament MVP and batted .378 with 45 steals in 59 games for NAIA N Southeastern (FL) University in 2007transferred to Seminole Community College in 2008, but did not play before being drafted.

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Personal
Devaris Strange-Gordonresides in Windermere, FLson of former Major Leaguer Tom Flash Gordonwas a basketball star and did not play baseball until his senior year at Avon Park (FL) High School selected by Los Angeles in the fourth round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draftsigned by Scott Hennessey. GORDON

DEE GORDONs CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG 2008 Ogden .331 2009 Great Lakes .301 2010 Chattanooga .277 2011 LOS ANGELES .304 Albuquerque .333 Rancho Cucamonga .273 2012 LOS ANGELES .228 Albuquerque .267 Major League-2 year .260 Dodger Totals-2 year .260 Minor League-5 years .302 G 60 131 133 56 70 3 87 8 143 143 405 AB 251 538 555 224 288 11 303 30 527 527 1673 R 45 96 86 34 51 4 38 3 72 72 285 H 83 162 154 68 96 3 69 8 137 137 506 2B 13 17 17 9 10 0 9 0 18 18 57 3B 3 12 10 2 6 0 2 1 4 4 32 HR 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 7 RBI 27 35 39 11 24 0 17 1 28 28 126 SH 2 7 9 2 2 0 2 0 4 4 20 SF 3 3 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 2 12 HP 2 10 7 0 2 0 3 0 3 3 21 BB 16 43 40 7 18 1 20 2 27 27 120 SO 29 90 89 27 40 1 62 3 89 89 252 SB 18 73 53 24 30 2 32 2 56 56 178 CS 5 25 20 7 4 1 10 1 17 17 56 OBP .371 .362 .332 .325 .373 .333 .280 .313 .299 .299 .354 SLG E .430 24 .394 34 .355 37 .362 10 .410 19 .273 0 .281 18 .333 2 .315 28 .315 28 .387 116

dee gordons CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 4, Sept. 8, 2011 at WAS 2 (4 times), last: June 6, 2012 at PHI 1, May 1, 2012 at COL 3 (2 times), last: Sept. 18, 2011 vs. PIT Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 3 (4 times), last: July 1, 2012 vs. NYM 2 (3 times), last: June 15, 2012 vs. CWS 11 games, Sept. 13-24, 2011 None

DEE GORDONS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Shortstop PCT .949 G 133 PO 207 A 314 E 28 TC 549 DP 63

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the fourth round of the 2008 FirstYear Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
Aug. 11-31, 2011 (bruised right shoulder) July 5-Sept. 11, 2012 (right thumb UCL tear)

MAJOR LEAGUE BALLPARK SENIORITY LIST


City:Stadium First Game Boston: Fenway Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 20, 1912 Chicago: Wrigley Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 23, 1914 Los Angeles: Dodger Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 10, 1962 Anaheim: Angel Stadium of Anaheim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 19, 1966 Oakland: Oakland Coliseum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 17, 1968 Kansas City: Kauffman Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 10, 1973 Toronto: SkyDome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 5, 1989 Chicago: U.S. Cellular Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 18, 1991 Baltimore: Oriole park at Camden Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . April 6, 1992 Cleveland: Progressive Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 4, 1994 Texas: Rangers Ballpark in Arlington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 11, 1994 Colorado: Coors Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 26, 1995 Atlanta: Turner Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 4, 1997 Arizona: Chase Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 31, 1998 Tampa Bay: Tropicana Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 31, 1998 City:Stadium First Game Seattle: Safeco Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 15, 1999 Houston: Minute Maid Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 7, 2000 Detroit: Comerica Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 11, 2000 San Francisco: AT&T Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 11, 2000 Milwaukee: Miller Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 6, 2001 Pittsburgh: PNC Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 9, 2001 Cincinnati: Great American Ball Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 31, 2003 San Diego: PETCO Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 8, 2004 Philadelphia: Citizens Bank Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 12, 2004 St. Louis: New Busch Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 10, 2006 Washington: Nationals Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 30, 2008 New York: Citi Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 13, 2009 New York: Yankee Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 16, 2009 Minnesota: Target Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 12, 2010 Miami: Marlins Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 4, 2012

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zack Greinke
RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 195 Opening Day Age: 29 M.L. Service: 8.057 Born: Oct. 21, 1983 in Orlando, FL Resides: Orlando, FL Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 10, 2012

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Career Highlights
T  op flight right-hander is entering his 10th Major League season and has a 91-78 record with a 3.77 ERA in 272 games (231 starts) with the Royals (2004-10), Brewers (2011-12) and Angels (2012) R  anks third in the Majors with a .738 winning percentage (31-11) in 62 starts during the last two seasons, trailing only Justin Verlander (.759) and Jered Weaver (.745) I s one of just 13 Major League pitchers to reach 400 strikeouts (401) since the start of the 2011 campaign and has averaged 9.40 strikeouts per 9.0 innings in that span, the sixth-best mark in the Majors H  as posted double-digit wins in five consecutive seasons, ranking among the big league leaders in wins (70, T-8th), strikeouts (1,007, 5th) and quality starts (109, 10th) since 2008 W  on the American League Cy Young Award by a wide margin with the Royals in 2009, going 16-8 with a Major League-best 2.16 ERAalso selected to his only All-Star team that season and set career-best marks in quality starts (26, T-2nd MLB), complete games (6, T-2nd MLB), shutouts (3, 2nd MLB) and strikeouts (242, 3rd MLB) R  anks seventh among active pitchers (min. 1400 IP) with an average of 8.03 strikeouts per 9.0 innings in his careeralso ranks among active pitchers in strikeout-to-walk ratio (3.51, 7th) and WHIP (1.25, 15th) D  uring the course of his career, has been tough against right-handers, limiting them to a .244 batting average, a .291 on-base percentage and a .373 slugging percentage H  as not committed an error since July 16, 2010, a span of 76 games, and posted a .984 career fielding percentage, which is the eighth-best mark among pitchers since 2004 H  as eclipsed 200 innings four times in the last five seasons while reaching the 200-strikeout plateau three times in the last four years H  olds the Royals franchise record by firing 43.0 consecutive innings without allowing an earned run (one unearned run allowed), accomplished from Sept. 18, 2008-April 24, 2009...joins Don Drysdale (6 GS, 1968), Orel Hershiser (6 GS, 1988) and Jim Bagby (8 GS, 1917) as the only Major Leaguers to have six or more starts without allowing an earned run  Originally selected by the Royals in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2002 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
W  ent a combined 15-5 with a 3.48 ERA in 34 combined starts with Milwaukee and the Angelsacquired by the Angels on July 27 in exchange for IF Jean Segura, RHP Johnny Hellweg and RHP Ariel Pea E  clipsed 200 innings (212.1 IP) for the fourth time in the last five seasons while reaching the 200-strikeout plateau for the third time in the last four years  Made a career-high 34 starts, while his five losses were his fewest in a full season  Began the season with Milwaukee, going 9-3 with a 3.44 ERA in 21 starts M  ade starts in three consecutive team games (July 7 and 8 vs. Houston and July 13 vs. Pittsburgh), becoming the first pitcher since Red Faber (Sept. 3 (DH) and 4, 1917) did it with the White Sox W  ent 15-0 with a 2.93 ERA (48 ER/147.2 IP) in 23 starts at Miller Park during his two seasons with the Brewersit was the longest home winning streak in franchise history and he became just the fourth pitcher in MLB history to win each of his first 15 home decisions with a new team  Took the loss in his Angels debut on July 29 vs. Tampa Bay at Angel Stadium, snapping his 19-game home LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide143

winning streak despite allowing just two runs in 7.0 inningswas his first home loss since July 26, 2010 in the Royals 19-1 loss to the Twins, a span of 29 starts S  truck out 13 in just 5.0 innings on Sept. 25 vs. Seattle, becoming the first pitcher since 1920 to record 13 strikeouts in a start of 5.0 innings or lessthe 13 strikeouts were a season high and his 17th career start with 10 or more punchoutstied an Angels club record (fifth time) with four strikeouts in the fourth inning  Went 7-3 with a 3.91 ERA (49 ER/112.2 IP) in 19 road starts, his first winning season on the road since 2009  Tossed 7.0 or more innings in 20 starts and made 20 quality starts F  inished the season on a season-long five-game winning streak, going 5-0 with a 2.04 ERA (13 ER/57.1 IP) in his last eight starts after Aug. 24

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2011
W  ent 16-6 with a 3.83 ERA in 28 starts during his first season with Milwaukee, his only full campaign in the National League  Produced 19 quality starts with the Brewers, going 21-7 in his starts  Tied his career high for wins (2009) and tied for sixth in the National League in that category R  anked seventh overall in the National League in strikeouts (201), but trailed only Clayton Kershaw (203) beginning on May 4 (his Brewers debut) J oined Yovani Gallardo (207) as the first pair of Brewers teammates to record at least 200 strikeouts in the same season  Made five starts with double-digit strikeouts, all 10-strikeout games W  ent 11-0 with a 3.13 ERA in 15 home starts (33 ER/95.0 IP)...became just the 14th pitcher in modern Major League history (since 1900) to win at least 10 games at home without a loss in a single season...his current home winning streak is the longest in franchise history by any pitcher after joining the team...the previous mark of 8-0 was shared by Cal Eldred (1991-92) and John Axford (2010-11) P  osted a 5.66 ERA over his first 12 starts (43 ER/68.1 IP), going 7-3...posted a 2.61 ERA over his final 16 starts (30 ER/103.1 IP), going 9-3...allowed two earned runs or fewer in 14 of his final 16 starts W  as named Brewers Pitcher of the Month for July (1-1, 2.27 ERA) and August (5-1, 3.02 ERA) B  egan the season on the 15-day disabled list with a fractured left ribsuffered the injury in Spring Training during a pickup game of basketball M  ade rehab starts with Single-A Brevard County (1 G) and Triple-A Nashville (2 G) before he was reinstated from the disabled list on May 4 M  ade his Brewers debut in the second game of a doubleheader on May 4 at Atlanta and took an 8-0 loss (4.0 IP, 5 H, 5 R, 4 ER, BB, 6 K, HR) E  arned his first win as a Brewer in a 4-3 victory on May 9 vs. San Diego (6.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 9 K) B  elted his second career home run on May 25 vs. Washington with a solo shot off Jason Marquis...also struck out 10 batters over 7.0 innings in the 6-4 win T  ied his career high with a six-game winning streak over seven starts from May 9-June 11 while posting a 4.30 ERA (21 ER/44.0 IP) M  ade three starts during the postseason, going 1-1 with a 6.48 ERA (12 ER/16.2 IP) S  tarted Game 2 of the NLDS vs. Arizona on Oct. 2 at Miller Park and received no decision in the Brewers 9-4 win (5.0 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 7 K, 3 HR) Zack Greinke signs autographs for fans during the Dodgers offseason FanFest on January 26, 2013.

 Started two games in the NLCS vs. St. Louis, going 1-1 with a 6.17 ERA (8 ER/11.2 IP) S  tarted Game 1 of the NLCS on Oct. 9 at Miller Park and earned his first career postseason victory in the 9-6 win (6 IP, 8 H, 6 R, 6 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, 1 HR).....also started Game 5 on Oct. 14 at Busch Stadium and took a 7-1 loss (5.2 IP, 7 H, 5 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, HBP) 144

2010
 Went 10-14 with a 4.17 ERA in 33 starts with Kansas City P  roduced 21 quality starts with the Royals going 12-21 overall in his starts R  anked seventh in the American League in innings pitched (220.0) R  eached 200 or more innings for the third consecutive season P  itched at least 8.0 innings in 10 starts, including three complete games

MLB STRIKEOUT LEADERS, 2008-12 Player SO 1. Tim Lincecum.........................................1,167 2. Justin Verlander....................................1,140 3. CC Sabathia. ..........................................1,072 4. Felix Hernandez................................... 1,069 5. Zack Greinke.................................. 1,007 6t. Roy Halladay........................................ 985 6t. Cole Hamels......................................... 985

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W  ent 1-8 with a 4.05 ERA in his first 13 starts (36 ER/80.0 IP) and 9-6 with a 4.24 ERA in his last 20 starts (66 ER/140.0 IP)

M  ade the first Opening Day start of this career on April 5 vs. Detroit (6.0 IP, 6 H, 2 R, ER, BB, 4 K)...had no decision in the Royals 8-4 loss P  osted a 2.51 ERA over his first seven starts of the season (13 ER/46.2 IP) but was winless (0-4)...earned his first win of the season in his eighth start on May 13 vs. Cleveland A  fter going 1-8, picked up his second win of the season in his 14th start on June 13 at Cincinnati as he tossed a 7-3 complete game...notched a season-high 12 strikeouts in that start F  rom June 13-July 6 recorded a season-high four-game winning streak over five starts while posting a 3.00 ERA (13 ER/39.0 IP) W  as traded to Milwaukee, along with SS Yuniesky Betancourt and cash, in exchange for SS Alcides Escobar, OF Lorenzo Cain, RHP Jeremy Jeffress and RHP Jake Odorizzi on Dec. 19

2009
 Was the American League Cy Young Award winner as he went 16-8 with a 2.16 ERA in 33 starts  Set career bests in every major pitching category B  ecame the third Royals pitcher to win the Cy Young Award, joining Bret Saberhagen (1985 and 1989) and David Cone (1994)  Was an All-Star for the first time in his career  Was named American League Pitcher of the Week for the periods of April 13-19 and Aug. 24-30 L  ed the Majors with a 2.16 ERA and held opponents to a .230 batting average, which ranked second in the American League behind Felix Hernandez (.227) P  roduced 26 quality starts, which tied the Giants Tim Lincecum for second in the Majors, trailing the Mariners Felix Hernandez (29) H  ad six complete games, which tied the Indians/Phillies Cliff Lee for second in the Majors, trailing the Blue Jays Roy Halladay (9)...his three shutouts trailed only Halladay (4)  His 242 strikeouts ranked second in the American League behind the Tigers Justin Verlander (269)  Also ranked among the American League leaders in innings pitched (229.1, 5th) and wins (16, T-7th)  The Royals went 17-16 in his starts W  ent 8-1 with a 0.84 ERA over his first 10 starts (7 ER/75.0 IP)...did not allow an earned run in any of his first four starts, winning each contest (0 ER/29.0 IP)...became just the third pitcher since 1920 to post a sub-1.00 ERA through 10 starts as he joined Hall of Famers Hoyt Wilhelm (1959) and Juan Marichal (1966) P  osted a franchise-record 43.0 consecutive innings without allowing an earned run, which dated back to his final two starts of 2008 and included his first four starts of 2009...the streak was broken in the first inning of his start on April 29 vs. Toronto... joined Don Drysdale (1968) and Orel Hershiser (1988) as the only pitchers in Major League history to have six straight starts without allowing an earned run W  as named American League Pitcher of the Month for April, going 5-0 with a 0.50 ERA in five starts (2 ER/36.0 IP) F  rom April 8-May 4 recorded a career-best six-game winning streak over his first six starts of the season, posting a 0.40 ERA (2 ER/45.0 IP)...he became just the third pitcher in Major League history to win each of his first six starts of the season with an ERA of 0.40 or lower, joining Walter Johnson (1913) and Fernando Valenzuela (1981) N  otched four 10-strikeout games along with a career-high and franchise-record 15-strikeout effort over 8.0 innings in a 6-2 win on Aug. 25 vs. Cleveland...broke the record of Mark Gubicza, who had 14 strikeouts on Aug. 27, 1988 vs. Minnesota LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide145

T  ossed a one-hit shutout in a 3-0 victory on Aug. 30 at Seattle, becoming just the fourth pitcher since 1900 to follow a 15-strikeout game with a one-hitter...joined Vida Blue (1971), Randy Johnson (1998) and Pedro Martinez (1999) on the list...allowed a walk to Bill Hall and a single to Kenji Johjima in the second inning before setting down 22 consecutive batters to end the game greinke W  ent 5-0 with a 1.29 ERA over his last eight starts (8 ER/ 56.0 IP)...the streak began with his 15-strikeout game on Aug. 25 vs. Cleveland

2008
 Went 13-10 with a 3.47 ERA in 32 starts with Kansas City P  roduced 23 quality starts, which tied the Indians Cliff Lee and the Blue Jays Roy Halladay for second in the American League, trailing the White Soxs Mark Buehrle (24)  Also ranked among the American League leaders in strikeouts (T-5th, 183) and ERA (10th, 3.47)  The Royals went 17-15 in his starts  Reached 200+ innings (202.1) for the first time in his career T  ossed his only complete game of the season in a 5-1 victory on April 14 at Seattle, throwing a five-hitter (1 BB, 4 K) R  ecorded 10 strikeouts over 6.0 innings in a 7-3 win on June 24 vs. Colorado and a season-high 11 strikeouts over 7.1 innings in a 4-2 win on July 28 at Oakland  Posted a 1.60 ERA over his last eight starts, going 4-2 (9 ER/50.2 IP)

2007
 Went 7-7 with a 3.69 ERA and a save in 52 games (14 starts) with Kansas City  Went 3-6 with a 3.80 ERA as a starter (29 ER/68.2 IP) and 4-1 with a 3.54 ERA as a reliever (21 ER/53.1 IP)  Produced four quality starts with the Royals going 5-9 in his 14 starts B  egan the year in the starting rotation, going 1-4 with a 5.71 ERA in seven starts (22 ER/34.2 IP) before moving to the bullpen R  eturned to the rotation on Aug. 24 and went 2-2 with a 1.85 ERA in seven starts to finish the season (7 ER/34.0 IP)  Notched the only save of his pro career on June 29 vs. Chicago (AL) R  ecorded the first double-digit strikeout game of his career in a 3-0 win on Sept. 20 vs. Chicago (AL)...had 10 strikeouts over 8.0 innings

2006
 Opened the season on the 60-day disabled list for personal reasons M  ade his season debut on June 2 with Double-A Wichita during a rehab assignment...was reinstated from the disabled list on June 21 and optioned to Wichita W  ent 8-3 with a 4.34 ERA in 18 games (17 starts) at Wichita and was named Wichita Pitcher of the Year  Was recalled by Kansas City on Sept. 19 W  ent 1-0 with a 4.26 ERA in three relief appearances with the Royals TOP Winning PCT, 2011-12 Player WIN PCT 1. Justin Verlander.......................... .759 (41-13) 2. Jered Weaver............................. .745 (38-13) 3. Zack Greinke......................... .738 (31-11) 4. Kyle Lohse. ................................ .732 (30-11) 5. Clayton Kershaw.................. .714 (35-14) 6. CC Sabathia............................. .708 (34-14)

2005
I n his first full season in the Majors went 5-17 with a 5.80 ERA in 33 starts with Kansas City H  is 17 losses led the American League...also ranked among the league leaders in earned runs allowed (T-2nd, 118), runs allowed (4th, 125), hits allowed (T-4th, 233) and hit batters (T-4th, 13)

F  rom April 18-May 25 recorded a career-high six-game losing streak over eight starts, posting a 4.84 ERA (26 ER/48.1 IP) T  hrew the first complete game of his career in a 3-1 loss on May 10 at Toronto (8.0 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 K, HR) H  is first win of the season came on May 31 vs. New York (AL) in his 11th start...was 0-6 with a 4.13 ERA through 10 starts (26ER/56.2 IP)

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B  elted his first career home run on June 10 at Arizona with a solo shot off Russ Ortiz...also in that start allowed career highs in runs (11) and hits (15) in just 4.1 innings, but received no decision in the Royals 12-11, 10-inning loss H  is other complete game in 2005 came in a rain-shortened 5-0 loss on July 3 vs. Los Angeles (AL) (5.0 IP, 12 H, 5 R, 5 ER, BB, K) greinke

2004
 Began the season at Triple-A Omaha, where he went 1-1 with a 2.51 ERA in six starts  Contract was selected by Kansas City on May 22  Went 8-11 with a 3.97 ERA in 24 starts with the Royals  Produced 13 quality starts with the Royals, going 9-15 in his 24 starts W  ent 2-8 with a 4.77 ERA in his first 12 starts (38 ER/71.2 IP) and 6-3 with a 3.19 ERA in his last 12 starts (26 ER/73.1 IP) M  ade his Major League debut on May 22 at Oakland and received no decision in the 5-4 loss (5.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, BB, K, HR, HBP)...his first career strikeout victim was Eric Byrnes...was the youngest active player in the Major Leagues (20 years, 7 months, 1 day) at the time of his debut  Earned his first Major League victory in a 4-2 win on June 8 vs. Montreal (7 IP, 3 H, 5 K)...was his fourth start  Was named Royals Pitcher of the Year, joining Dennis Leonard (1975) as the only rookies to receive the honor

2003
 Was named The Sporting News Minor League Pitcher of the Year and Royals Minor League Pitcher of the Year W  ent 15-4 with a 1.93 ERA in 23 starts between Class-A Wilmington and Double-A Wichita...held opponents to a .221 batting average W  as named Carolina League Player of the Year at Wilmington after going 11-1 with a 1.14 ERA in 14 starts while holding opponents to a .178 batting average  Started the California-Carolina League All-Star Game  Struck out two and pitched a perfect fourth inning in the All-Star Futures Game  Was selected as the top prospect in the Carolina League, according to Baseball America  Was promoted to Wichita in July and went 4-3 with a 3.23 ERA in nine starts

2002
 Was selected by Kansas City in the first round (sixth overall) of the First-Year Player Draft W  as named Gatorade National Baseball Player of the Year after going 9-2 with a 0.55 ERA in 12 games during his senior season at Apopka High School (63.0 IP, 8 BB, 118 K) I n his first professional season went 0-0 with a 3.97 ERA in 6 games (five starts) between the Rookie Gulf Coast League Royals, Class-A Spokane and Class-A Wilmington  Following the season pitched in the Puerto Rican Winter League

Personal
 onald Z. Greinkeresides in Orlando, FL with his wife, Emilygraduated from Apopka (FL) High School, where D he was named the Gatorade National Baseball Player of the Year following his senior season in 2002, when he went 9-2 with a 0.55 ERA (4 ER/65.0 IP) and 118 strikeoutshis brother, Luke, who is also a right-handed pitcher, was a 12th-round draft pick by the Yankees in 2008 and pitched at Class-A Staten Island that season before being released in 2009originally selected by the Royals in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2002 First-Year Player Draftsigned by Cliff Pastornicky.

1981 World Series MVPS


Prior to the 2001 World Series when both Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling were named Most Valuable Players, the 1981 World Series was the only other Fall Classic to have more than one MVP. The Dodgers defeated the New York Yankees, four games to two, in 1981 and Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero and Steve Yeager were named Tri-MVPs. Cey batted .350 with one home run and six RBI, Guerrero hit .333 with two homers and seven RBI while Yeager batted .286 with two home runs and four RBI.

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ZACK GREINKES CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2002 Wilmington Spokane GCL Royals 2003 Wichita Wilmington 2004 KANSAS CITY Omaha 2005 KANSAS CITY 2006 KANSAS CITY Wichita 2007 KANSAS CITY 2008 KANSAS CITY 2009 KANSAS CITY 2010 KANSAS CITY 2011 MILWAUKEE Nashville Brevard County 2012 MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES (AL) Major League-9 years Minor League-5 years W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-3 11-1 8-11 1-1 5-17 1-0 8-3 7-7 13-10 16-8 10-14 16-6 0-1 0-0 9-3 6-2 91-78 24-9 ERA 0.00 7.71 1.93 3.23 1.14 3.97 2.51 5.80 4.26 4.34 3.69 3.47 2.16 4.17 3.83 4.70 0.00 3.44 3.53 3.77 2.98 G 1 2 3 9 14 24 6 33 3 18 52 32 33 33 28 2 1 21 13 272 56 GS 0 2 3 9 14 24 6 33 0 17 14 32 33 33 28 2 1 21 13 231 54 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3 4 1 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 IP H 2.0 1 4.2 9 4.2 3 53.0 58 87.0 56 145.0 143 28.2 25 183.0 233 6.1 7 105.2 96 122.0 122 202.1 202 229.1 195 220.0 219 171.2 161 7.2 10 3.0 1 123.0 120 89.1 80 1492.0 1482 296.1 259 R ER 0 0 4 4 1 1 20 19 16 11 64 64 8 8 125 118 3 3 53 51 52 50 87 78 64 55 114 102 82 73 4 4 0 0 49 47 35 35 675 625 106 98 HR 0 0 0 5 5 26 2 23 1 12 12 21 11 18 19 1 0 7 11 149 25 HB 0 0 0 3 2 8 2 13 0 6 3 4 4 7 4 0 0 0 2 45 13 BB SO WP 0 0 0 0 5 1 3 4 1 5 34 0 13 78 1 26 100 1 6 23 2 53 114 4 3 5 0 27 94 6 36 106 3 56 183 8 51 242 5 55 181 4 45 201 10 2 9 0 0 4 0 28 122 4 26 78 4 379 1332 43 56 251 11 BK 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 AVG .167 .391 .200 .286 .178 .256 .234 .309 .280 .240 .265 .257 .230 .260 .245 .333 .100 .254 .242 .258 .234

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ZACK GREINKES CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2004 Royals 2005 Royals 2007 Royals 2008 Royals 2009 Royals 2010 Royals 2011 Brewers 2012 Brewers Totals AVG .000 .500 .000 .286 .167 .000 .143 .212 .170 G 1 1 3 3 2 2 27 21 60 AB 2 2 1 7 6 6 49 33 106 R 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 3 10 H 0 1 0 2 1 0 7 7 18 2B 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 5 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 RBI 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 SH 0 0 0 1 0 1 7 4 13 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 HP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 SO 1 0 1 1 2 1 9 8 23 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .000 .500 .000 .286 .167 .000 .192 .206 .191 SLG .000 2.000 .000 .429 .333 .000 .204 .394 .302

ZACK GREINKES CAREER ALL-STAR PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2009 AL (Royals) Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 G 1 1 GS 0 0 CG 0 0 SHO 0 0 SV 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 H 0 0 R 0 0 ER 0 0 HR 0 0 HBP 0 0 BB 0 0 SO 2 2 WP 0 0 BK 0 0

ZACK GREINKES CAREER POSTSEASON PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2011 NLDS: MIL vs. ARI NLCS: MIL vs. STL Postseason Totals LDS Totals LCS Totals W-L 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 ERA 7.20 6.17 6.48 7.20 6.17 G 1 2 3 1 2 GS 1 2 3 1 2 CG 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 IP 5.0 11.2 16.2 5.0 11.2 H 8 15 23 8 15 R 4 11 15 4 11 ER 4 8 12 4 8 HR 3 1 4 3 1 HBP 0 1 1 0 1 BB 0 4 4 0 4 SO 7 6 13 7 6 WP 0 0 0 0 0 BK 0 0 0 0 0

ZACK GREINKES CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched S  tarter: Most Innings Pitched R  eliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: 1, Aug. 30, 2009 at SEA 9.0 (8 times), last: June 22, 2012 at CWS 4.0, June 14, 2007 vs. STL 11, June 10, 2005 at ARI Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 15, Aug. 25, 2009 vs. CLE 7, June 13, 2008 at ARI 9 games, Sept. 13, 2008-May 4, 2009 8 games, Sept. 14, 2004-May 25, 2005

ZACK GREINKES CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .987 G 272 PO 114 A 194 E 4 TC 312 DP 15

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Kansas City in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2002 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Milwaukee with Yuniesky Betancourt (IF) and cash from Kansas City in exchange for Alcides Escobar (IF), Lorenzo Cain (OF), Jeremy Jeffress (RHP) and Jake Odorizzi (RHP) on Dec. 12, 2010 A  cquired by Los Angeles (AL) from Milwaukee in exchange for Jean Segura (IF), Ariel Pena (RHP) and John Hellweg (RHP) on July 27, 2012 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Dec. 10, 2012

DISABLED LIST
 A pril 1-June 21, 2006 (personal reasons) March 22-May 4, 2011 (fractured left rib)

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Javy Guerra

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 190 Opening Day Age: 27 M.L. Service: 1.137 Born: Oct. 31, 1985 in Denton, TX Residence: Denton, TX Acquired: Selected in the fourth round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft

Right-handed pitcher

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Career Highlights
R  ight-handed reliever enters his ninth professional season with a 4-5 record and 29 saves in 91.2 career innings in two big league campaigns  His 2.45 ERA is the 15th lowest among NL relievers over the last two seasons  Has successfully converted 29 of 36 save opportunities in his career  Posted a 2.60 ERA in his second Major League season, ranking second on the club with eight saves in 13 opportunities L  ed the club with 21 saves in 47 appearances as a rookie in 2011 and went 2-2 with a 2.31 ERA and limited opposing hitters to a .218 batting average S  uccessfully converted his first 10 save opportunities and his overall 91.3 save percentage (21-of-23) was the fourth best in the National League in 2011 and was the fifth-highest all-time mark for a Dodger  His 2011 save percentage was the sixth-best all-time mark for a big league rookie T  he 21 saves tied Yhency Brazoban (2005) for the second most all time by a Dodger rookie, trailing only Takashi Saitos 24 saves in 2006 M  ade his Major League debut on April 15 against the Diamondbacks, tossing a scoreless 1.0 inning of relief and striking out Kelly Johnson for his first big league strikeout  Picked up his first save on May 24 at Houston with one strikeout in a perfect inning  Earned his first victory with 1.1 innings of relief on June 4 at Cincinnati H  as a career record of 27-26 with a 4.35 ERA and 27 saves in 187 games (56 starts) in parts of nine minor league seasons I n 2009, went 3-1 with 16 saves and a 1.54 ERA and was selected to the Midwest League Midseason All-Star Game before being promoted to Double-A Chattanooga on June 25  Pitched for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League in 2009 and was selected to the leagues Rising Stars Game  Originally selected in the fourth round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft

year-by-year

2012
P  osted a 2.60 ERA in his second Major League season, ranking second on the club with eight saves in 13 opportunities  Allowed just one home run in 45.0 innings, limiting opposing hitters to a .331 slugging percentage D  id not allow a run in his last 10 appearances (12.1 IP) after July 28 and tossed scoreless relief in 27 of his last 31 appearances, posting a 1.38 ERA (5 ER/32.2 IP)  Limited right-handed hitters to a .229 batting average (22-for-96) with 22 strikeouts  Posted a 2.28 ERA (6 ER/23.2 IP) with a .236 opponents batting average (21-for-89) in 22 road appearances W  as at his best against divisional opponents, going 1-0 with three saves and a 0.42 ERA (1 ER/21.2 IP) in 20 appearances T  ossed a career-high 2.2 innings on Aug. 1 vs. the Diamondbacks...made three appearances of 2.0 or more innings this year, posting a 1.35 ERA (1 ER/6.2 IP) in those outings M  issed 30 games from June 3-July 5 due to right knee surgery and later landed on the disabled list with a left oblique strain on Sept. 3, missing the final 27 games of the season

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2011
L  ed the team with 21 saves in 47 relief appearanceswent 2-2 with a 2.31 ERA and limited opposing hitters to a .218 batting average, including a .164 mark against left-handers (12-for-73)allowed just 10 extra-base hits and only two home runs on the season

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S  uccessfully converted his first 10 save opportunities and his 91.3 save percentage (21-of-23) was the fourth best in the National League and the fifth-highest all-time mark for a Dodgerhis save percentage was the sixth-best all-time mark for a big league rookie H  is 21 saves tied Yhency Brazoban (2005) for the second-most all-time by a Dodger rookie, trailing only Takashi Saitos 24 saves in 2006 P  osted a 0.79 ERA (2 ER/22.2 IP) with a .154 opponents batting average and went 1-1 with eight saves in as many opportunities in his 22 appearances at Dodger Stadium H  ad a season-long 11.1 scoreless innings streak over 12 appearances from July 8-Aug. 12went 1-0 with eight saves in that stretchallowed just five hits (5-for-39, .128) and struck out 13 in that span W  as at his best in high-pressure situations, limiting opponents to a .170 batting average (8-for-47) with runners in scoring position and a .176 mark with runners on base (13-for-74)allowed just one hit with the bases loaded (1-for-10) and held the opposition to a .121 average (12-for-99) in close and late situations R  etired 35 of 47 first batters faced, limiting leadoff hitters to a .205 batting average (9-for-44) with three walks and 12 strikeouts O  pened the season with Double-A Chattanooga and recalled to the big leagues on May 15, making his debut that day with a scoreless inning of relief against Arizonastruck out Kelly Johnson for his first big league strikeout  Picked up his first MLB win on June 4 at Cincinnati and earned his first save on May 24 at Houston W  ent 1-0 with three saves and a 1.06 ERA (2 ER/17.0 IP) in 14 relief appearances with Double-A Chattanoogawon the April Dodger Pride Award for the Lookouts, allowing one run in 10.0 innings and saving two games in nine appearances

2010
 Went 2-0 with five saves and a 2.33 ERA (7 ER/27.0 IP) in 28 games for Double-A Chattanoogastruck out 27 batters W  as placed on the disabled list on April 29 and missed nearly a month with a lower back straincame back on May 26, but was placed on the DL again on June 7 with right bicep tendinitisdid not return until July 28  Made two appearances for the Dodgers Arizona Rookie League squad from July 23-28, tossing just 2.0 innings P  itched for the Phoenix Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League following the seasonallowed just two runs over 10.0 innings (1.80 ERA) in the AFL W  as invited to his first Major League camp and fired 2.0 scoreless innings with the big league clubwas added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2009

2009
S  tarted the year with Single-A Great Lakes, and was promoted to Double-A Chattanooga on June 25 W  as a Midwest League midseason All-Star, going 3-1 with 16 saves and a 1.54 ERA (7 ER/41.0 IP) in 28 games prior to the All-Star break W  ith Great Lakes, limited opponents to a .161 (23-for-143) average and just one home run...struck out 55 in 41.0 innings W  ent 3-1 with 29 strikeouts and a 4.13 ERA (13 ER/28.1 IP) in 23 relief appearances for Chattanooga, striking out 29, while walking just 16 E  ntered the season as the Dodgers No. 25 prospect according to Baseball America P  itched for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League following the season, allowing two runs (one earned) in 10.2 innings (0.84 ERA) in 10 relief appearanceslimited opponents to a .179 average (7-for-39) S  elected to Arizona Fall Leagues Rising Stars Game, tossing a scoreless inning of relief for the West Division All-Stars

2008
P  osted a 4.07 ERA yet did not allow a homer in 66.1 innings in 31 games (three starts) for Single-A Inland Empire

Javy Guerra shops with a young girl for school supplies at the Staples store in Gardena.

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P  itched for Waikiki of the Hawaiian Winter League following the season, and was named the 18th-best prospect in the HWL by Baseball America after posting a 4.24 ERA and striking out 28 in 23.0 innings in 11 games (one start)

2007
 Rated as the 20th-best prospect in the Dodger organization by Baseball America

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R  anked eighth in the California League with 121 strikeouts in 117.2 innings in 27 games (24 starts) for Single-A Inland Empirewalked just 80 batters  Led the club with 24 starts and ranked third on the club with 117.2 innings pitched

2006
 Allowed just one home run in seven starts (28.0 IP) for Rookie-advanced Ogden and went 1-3 with a 4.82 ERA

2005
 Made 11 starts for Single-A Columbus, going 2-5 with a 4.96 ERA

2004
 In 11 games and 40.0 innings pitched for the Gulf Coast League Dodgers, limited opponents to a .214 batting average S  elected as the Dodger organizations Minor League Pitcher of the Month for August after going 3-0 with a 1.96 ERA in five appearances (four starts)

Personal
 uis Javier Guerra...participated in the 2012 Dodgers Community Caravan...signed autographs and met fans at La Gran Fiesta L Viva Los Dodgers in 2011 and gave away backstage passes and Dodger tickets as part of the Dodgers Social September initiative.participated in a youth clinic at the dedication of the Dodgers Dreamfield at Pan Pacific Park on July 23, 2011 named to the 2004 Texas Class 4A All-State team as a senior at Billy Ryan High School in Denton, Texas...entering his senior season, was ranked by Baseball America as the nations 26th-best high school prospect...selected to play in the 2003 AFLAC All-American High School Baseball Classic...took part in the Dodgers Winter Development Program in 2010 and 2011 participated in Major League Baseballs developmental program in January 2011...signed by Dodger scout Mike Leuzinger.

Javy Guerras CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L 2004 GCL Dodgers 4-1 2005 Columbus 2-5 2006 Ogden 1-3 GCL Dodgers 0-1 2007 Inland Empire 6-9 2008 Inland Empire 5-4 2009 Chattanooga 3-1 Great Lakes 3-1 2010 Chattanooga 2-0 AZL Dodgers 0-1 2011 LOS ANGELES 2-2 Chattanooga 1-0 2012 LOS ANGELES 2-3 Albuquerque 0-0 Rancho Cucamonga 0-0 Major League-2 years 4-5 Dodger Totals-2 years 4-5 Minor League-9 years 27-26 ERA 3.38 4.96 4.82 4.15 6.27 4.07 4.13 1.54 2.33 4.50 2.31 1.06 2.60 8.31 4.50 2.46 2.46 4.35 G 11 11 7 4 27 31 23 28 28 2 47 14 45 3 2 92 92 191 GS 9 11 7 4 24 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 60 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 16 5 0 21 3 8 0 0 29 29 27 IP 40.0 52.2 28.0 8.2 117.2 66.1 28.1 41.0 27.0 2.0 46.2 17.0 45.0 4.1 2.0 91.2 91.2 435.0 H 31 51 37 10 139 68 32 23 24 2 37 8 44 7 1 81 81 433 R ER 18 15 35 29 18 15 4 4 98 82 34 30 15 13 7 7 12 7 1 1 12 12 2 2 13 13 4 4 1 1 25 25 25 25 249 210 HR 3 3 1 0 10 0 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 3 3 23 HB 3 10 4 0 14 4 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 4 4 38 BB 19 23 20 4 80 44 16 15 22 0 18 5 23 1 0 41 41 249 SO WP 36 9 40 2 22 6 11 1 121 16 63 5 29 2 55 8 27 5 3 0 38 2 15 3 37 1 3 0 1 0 75 3 75 3 426 57 BK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 AVG .214 .249 .330 .278 .296 .262 .291 .161 .240 .250 .218 .145 .265 .368 .125 .241 .241 .259

Javy Guerras CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2011 Dodgers Totals AVG .000 .000 G 47 47 AB 0 0 R 0 0 H 0 0 2B 0 0 3B 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0 SH 0 0 SF 0 0 HP 0 0 BB 1 1 SO 0 0 SB 0 0 CS 0 0 OBP 1.000 1.000 SLG .000 .000

JAVY GUERRAS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None None 2.2 , Aug. 1, 2012 vs. ARI 3, April 25, 2012 vs. ATL Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 3, Aug. 5, 2011 at ARI 3 (two times), last: July 18, 2012vs. PHI 2 games, June 4-July 23, 2011 3 games, April 17-April 25, 2012

JAVY GUERRAs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .944 G 92 PO 4 A 13 E 1 TC 18 DP 1

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the fourth round of the 2004 FirstYear Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
 June 3-July 5, 2012 - (right knee inflammation) Sept. 3-conclusion of the season (left oblique strain)

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Matt Guerrier
Right-handed pitcher
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 195 Opening Day Age: 34 M.L. Service: 8.056 Born: Aug. 2, 1978 in Cleveland, OH Residence: Birmingham, AL Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 21, 2010

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Career Highlights
V  eteran reliever enters his third season with Los Angeles after signing a three-year deal prior to the 2011 campaignmissed most of the 2012 campaign with right elbow tendinitis, appearing in just 16 games  In 2011, reached the 70-games pitched plateau for fifth consecutive season F  rom 2009-11, his 69 holds ranked fourth in the Majors behind Mike Adams (85), Luke Gregerson (83) and Daniel Bard (79) I s 23-30 with a 3.47 ERA and six saves in 479 games (three starts) in ninebig league seasons (seven with Minnesota)has limited opponents to a .243 career batting average with 369 strikeouts and just 179 walks in 552.1 career innings  Ranks eighth in the Majors for innings pitched by a reliever since 2007 (392.0) H  as not allowed a run in five career postseason appearances (4.2 IP)...has been at his best in pressure situations throughout his career, limiting opponents to a .228 batting average with runners in scoring position R  anks fifth on the all-time Minnesota games pitched list with 393 in seven seasons with the Twinsfrom 2009-10, posted a 2.75 ERA and a .213 opponents batting average with 89 strikeouts and just 38 walks in 147.1 innings I n 2010, ranked third in the American League with 74 appearances and ranked eighth among AL relievers with 71.0 innings T  ied for the AL lead with 76 appearances and had a career-high six wins in 2008...posted a career-best 2.35 ERA in 2007, setting career highs with 68 strikeouts and 88.0 innings E  arned his first big league save on Sept. 17, 2006 at Cleveland, tossing 3.0 scoreless frames to preserve a 6-1 Twins victory P  icked up his first Major League win on Sept. 23, 2006 at Baltimore, allowing an unearned run over 1.1 innings in the Twins 8-5 win M  ade his Major League debut on June 17, 2004 at Montreal as a starter, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits over 4.0 innings in a no-decision  Originally selected by the White Sox in the 10th round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft.

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2012
A  ppeared in just 16 games due to injury in his second season with Los Angelesmissed 119 games from April 19-Aug. 30 with right elbow tendinitis L  imited opposing hitters to a .174 batting average (8-for-46), including a .074 mark against right-handers (2-for-27)  Allowed just three hits in nine games at Dodger Stadium (3-for-25, .120)  Held opponents with runners in scoring position to a .143 batting average (1-for-7)

2011
R  eached the 70-games pitched plateau for fifth consecutive season in 2011, going 4-3 with one save and a 4.07 ERA in a team-high 70 appearances...also led the clubs relief corps with 66.1 innings  Recorded his only save of the season and just the sixth rescue of his career on 152 May 17 vs. Milwaukee

O  verall, limited opposing hitters to a .233 batting average with a .301 on-base percentage and .332 slugging percentage...left-handers batted just .204 (21-for-103) against him M  ade his Dodger debut on April 1 and proceeded to open the season with nine straight scoreless outings (10.2 IP)  Earned his first Dodger victory on April 21 after 2.0 scoreless innings against the Braves H  ad his best month of the season in July, posting a 2.16 ERA (2 ER/8.1 IP) and holding batters to a .194 average over nine appearances S  truck out a season-high three batters in 1.0 inning of work on July 25 vs. Colorado and in 1.0 inning against Houston on Aug. 12  Limited the opposition to a .211 batting average after the All-Star break  The first batter hit just .238 (15-for-63) against him on the season  When reaching two strikes, batters hit just .155 (18-for-116) off him  Opened his Dodger career with nine consecutive scoreless appearances (10.2 IP) from April 1-21 I n only plate appearance of the season, drew a bases-loaded walk at Pittsburgh on May 10 for his first career RBI guerrier

2010
W  ent 5-7 with a 3.17 ERA in 74 relief appearances with the Twins...ranked third in the American League with 74 appearances and ranked eighth among AL relievers with 71.0 innings...appeared in 70-plus games and worked 70.0-plus innings for the fourth consecutive season...56 of his 74 appearances were scoreless D  id not allow an earned run in his first eight appearances (8.1 IP)...posted a 0.73 ERA (1ER/12.1 IP) in 11 April appearances  Earned his first victory on June 4 at Oakland, tossing 2.0 shutout innings of relief  Picked up his first save of the season and fifth of his career, pitching 0.1 inning on June 8 vs. Kansas City S  et a season high with four strikeouts on June 19 at Philadelphia, fanning four of the six batters he faced (2.0 IP)...also struck out four on Sept. 29 at Kansas City  Allowed just one home run in his first 35 appearances (36.0 IP) from April 6-June 28  Posted a 2.03 ERA (3 ER/13.1 IP) in 12 June appearances W  as tied for sixth in the AL in appearances during the first half with 41, which tied for second among righthanders S  tarted the season 13th on the Twins All-Time list in games pitched and finished in fifth place with 393 games, passing Al Worthington (327), J.C. Romero (327), Bert Blyleven (348), Mike Trombley (365) LaTroy Hawkins (366), Jim Perry (376), Brad Radke (378) and Juan Rincon (386)...tied Juan Rincon on Sept. 15 at Chicago (AL) for fifth on the list and moved into sole possession of fifth, Sept. 16 at Chicago (AL)  Allowed just two earned runs in his final 15 appearances (13.0 IP) for an ERA of 1.38 during that time  Tossed 1.2 scoreless innings over two ALDS appearances against the Yankees

2009
L  ed the American League and tied for fourth in the Majors with 79 relief appearances, going 5-1 with a 2.36 ERA...his ERA was the seventh-lowest in the American League (minimum of 60.0 IP)...tied for the Major League lead with 33 holds  Tied for 14th among AL relievers with a .207 opponents batting average  Had a career-long five game winning streak from April 17-July 21  Earned his first win on April 17 vs. Los Angeles (AL)  Did not allow a run in seven straight appearances (9.0 IP), April 22-May 7 R  anked sixth among AL relievers with an average of 1.89 walks per 9.0 innings (16 BB/76.1 IP)...did not walk a batter in seven consecutive appearances (5.2 IP), May 4-14 W  ent 4-0 with a 0.33 ERA (1 ER/27.1 IP) in 30 games from May 25-July 29...did not allow a run in 14 straight appearances (10.1 IP) from May 26-June 23 and also had seven consecutive scoreless appearances from June 26-July 10 (6.0 IP)...finished June with a record of 2-0, 0.87 (1 ER/10.1 IP) in 14 appearances F  inished the first half with a record of 4-0 and a 2.41 (11 ER/41.0 IP) in 44 games, which tied for the most appearances in the AL  Earned his fourth career save and first of the season, Aug. 22 at Kansas City  Did not allow a run in two ALDS appearances against the Yankees, striking out two in 2.0 scoreless innings LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide153

2008
W  ent 6-9 with one save and a 5.19 ERA in 76 appearances...his 76 appearances tied with the Angels Francisco Rodriguez for the most in the American League...tied for sixth among AL relievers with 76.1 innings guerrier  Set career highs in both wins (6) and losses (9)  Tied a season high with 3.2 innings and three strikeouts on April 17 vs. Tampa Bay  Did not allow a run in six appearances (7.2 IP), April 25-May 9  Tossed 2.0 innings of scoreless relief in earning his fifth career win (first of season), on May 4 vs. Detroit D  id not allow a run in eight straight appearances from May 23-June 7 (7.2 IP), going 1-0 with one save R  ecorded his third career save on May 27 at Kansas City P  icked up his sixth career win (second of season) with 1.2 innings of scoreless relief on June 2 vs. New York (AL) D  id not allow a run in 11 of 12 appearances from June 10-July 6, going 1-1 with a 1.54 ERA (2 ER/11.2 IP) T  ossed 2.0 scoreless innings and earned his fifth win of the season on July 10 at Detroit...earned his sixth win on July 27 at Cleveland A  llowed only eight of 37 (21.6%) inherited runners to score, the 10th-best percentage in the AL...first batters faced in relief went 15-for-69 (.217)

Matt Guerrier plays a game with a youngster during a stop at Tobinworld as part of the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Caravan.

2007
W  ent 2-4 with one save and a career-best 2.35 ERA in 73 games with the Twins...also set a career high with 68 strikeouts and limited opponents to a .220 batting average L  ed the AL and ranked fourth in the Majors with 88.0 innings as a reliever, which was a career high...his 73 appearances tied for seventh in the AL  Averaged just 2.15 walks per 9.0 innings (21 BB/88.0 IP), the seventh-lowest mark among AL relievers  Did not allow a run in first six appearances (9.1 IP) from April 4-18 P  osted a 1.70 ERA (10 ER/53.0 IP) in 38 games before the All-Star break...limited opponents to a .183 batting average (34-for-186) W  as 1-0 with a 0.00 (10.1 IP) in six appearances from May 13-25...recorded second career win with 1.2 innings of scoreless relief on May 25 vs. Toronto...had a 14.0-inning scoreless streak, covering 10 appearances from May 30-June 24...also did not allow a run in 10 appearances (11.2 IP) from June 27-July 19  Picked up his second career save on August 23 at Baltimore, allowing one run in 2.0 innings L  imited opponents to a .220 batting average, limiting right-handers to a .187 average (34-for-182) with three homers and holding left-handers to a .264 mark (37-for-140) with six homers S  tranded 31-of-45 (69%) inherited runners and first batters faced in relief were 16-for-69 (.232) with 14 strikeouts  Pitched 2.0 or more innings 14 times

2006
 Went 1-0 with one save and a 3.36 ERA in 39 games (one start)  Did not allow an earned run in 16.2 innings over eight appearances from April 28-May 20 P  laced on the disabled list with a fracture in his right thumb on June 9...began rehab assignment at Double-A New Britain, July 20-July 31...reinstated from disabled list on Aug. 1  Did not allow a run in 8.0 innings over six appearances from Aug. 10-25 M  ade his first and only start of the season on Sept. 12 vs. Oakland, allowing three runs on four hits over 4.0 innings  Recorded his first career save on Sept. 17 at Cleveland, tossing 3.0 scoreless innings 154

P  icked up his first Major League win on Sept. 23 at Baltimore, allowing an unearned run over 1.1 innings in the Twins 8-5 win... had gone 88 career appearances without a victory  Posted a 3.03 ERA over 19 appearances on the road  Stranded 8-of-17 (47%) inherited runners and first-batters-faced in relief were 9-for-35 (.257) guerrier  Tossed a season-high 4.1 innings on Sept. 30 vs. Chicago (AL)  Pitched a scoreless inning in Game 3 of the ALDS at Oakland for his first postseason experience

2005
M  ade his first Opening Day roster and went 0-3 with a 3.39 ERA over 43 relief appearances in his first full Major League season  Did not allow a run in 11 appearances (18.1 IP), July 19-Aug.16  Tossed a career-high 5.0 innings on Sept. 24 at Chicago (AL)  Stranded 15 of 20 (75%) inherited runners and first batters faced in relief were 10-for-40 (.250)

2004
S  plit the season between Triple-A Rochester and made his big league debut with the Twins, going 0-1 with a 5.68 ERA in nine games (two starts) over three stints with Minnesota in his first Major League season  Began season at Triple-A Rochester, going 5-10 with a 3.19 ERA in 24 games (23 starts)  Pitched 6.0-plus innings in 11 consecutive starts from April 14-June 6 with Rochester S  elected as the Twins Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April, going 1-1 with a 1.96 ERA (5 ER/23.0) with 18 strikeouts in four starts R  ecalled by Minnesota on June 15 and made his Major League debut on June 17 at Montreal as a starter, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits over 4.0 innings...did not factor in the decision in the Twins 6-4 win W  ent 0-1 with a 6.75 ERA (6 ER/8.0 IP) in his two starts...allowing a .353 opponents batting average (12-for34) in a starting role M  ade first career relief appearance on June 22 at Boston, tossing a scoreless eighth inning...posted a 4.91 ERA (6 ER/11.0 IP) in his seven relief appearances

2003
 Went 4-6 with a 4.53 ERA in 20 games (19 starts) with Pirates Triple-A Nashville  Had a three-game winning streak from June 13-23, going 3-0 with a 1.59 (4 ER/22.2 IP)  Tossed a season-high 8.0 innings on June 23 at Colorado Springs  Tied a season high with nine strikeouts on July 10 vs. Tucson  Placed on the DL with tendinitis in his right shoulder from April 3-24 and also from July 18-Aug. 11  Claimed by Minnesota off waivers from Pittsburgh on Nov. 20

2002
W  ent 7-2 with a 4.59 ERA in 27 games (26 starts), including two complete games, with Triple-A Nashville... acquired by Pittsburgh from Chicago (AL) in exchange for pitcher Damaso Marte and infielder Edwin Yan on March 27 P  itched 6.0-plus innings in six consecutive starts from April 29-May 25, going 2-3, 2.70 (12 ER/40.0 IP)... pitched 6.0 or more innings in 18 of 26 starts  Tossed a three-hit shutout on May 25 at Colorado Springs  Struck out nine in a season-high 8.0 innings on July 19 vs. Calgary  Disabled with right biceps tendinitis from July 30-Aug. 10 R  anked second on the club with 130 strikeouts, which was the fifth most in the Pittsburgh minor league system

2001
N  amed second-team Minor League All-Star by Baseball America after leading all minor leaguers with 18 combined wins and topping the White Sox organization with a .818 winning percentage (.818) with Double-A Birmingham and Triple-A Charlotte... also tied for the organization lead in innings pitched (180.0) B  egan season at Birmingham, going 11-3 with a 3.10 ERA in 15 starts before his July 5 promotion to Charlotte,where he went 7-1 with a 3.54 ERA in 12 starts LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide155

 Notched a season-high 10 strikeouts on April 20 vs. Orlando  Pitched a four-hit shutout on June 15 vs. Mobile  Played in Southern League All-Star Game on June 20 at Tennessee guerrier  Had a season-high four-game win-streak from Aug. 12-28, going 4-0 with a 3.58 ERA in that span  Selected as International League Pitcher of the Week for the week of August 20-26  Tossed 6.0-plus innings in 22 of 27 starts...pitched 7.0-plus innings in 15 starts R  anked as White Sox fourth-best prospect and 14th-best prospect and best breaking pitch in Southern League by Baseball America  Following the season, pitched for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League

2000
S  pent the season with Single-A Winston Salem and Double-A Birmingham, leading the White Sox organization with 26 combined saves and 47 games finished...was third with 53 appearances B  egan season at Single-A Winston-Salem, going 0-3 with 19 saves and a 1.30 ERA in 30 games...tied for second in the Carolina League in saves L  imited opponents to a .194 batting average (25-for-129) with 35 strikeouts in 34.2 innings with WinstonSalem D  id not allow an earned run in 15 of 16 appearances from May 20-June 28, going 0-1 with 12 saves and a 0.49 ERA (1 ER/18.1 IP), to earn his June 30 promotion to Birmingham W  ent 3-1 with seven saves and a 2.70 ERA in 23 relief appearances with Birmingham...limited opponents to a .207 batting average D  id not allow an earned run in 14 of 15 appearances from July 23-Sept. 3, going 2-0 with four saves and a 0.57 (1 ER/15.2 IP)

1999
B  egan season at Rookie-level Bristol, going 5-0 with 10 saves and a 1.05 ERA in 21 games...limited opposing hitters to a .196 batting average and struck out 37 in 25.2 innings H  ad a season-high five-game win streak from June 18-Aug. 20...did not allow a run in 12.2 innings over 10 appearances from June 18-July 21 P  romoted to Single-A Winston-Salem on Aug. 30...earned two saves without recording a decision and posted a 5.40 ERA (2 ER/3.1 IP) in four appearances  Ranked eighth among short-season pitchers with an average of 12.97 strikeouts per 9.0 innings  Was fourth in organization with 12 combined saves and sixth in games finished (23)

Personal
 atthew Olson Guerrier (pronounced gur-REAR)...he and his wife Dejie (Thompson) have a daughter Ava (4) and M a son, Jack (1)...1996 graduate of Shaker Heights (OH) High School...attended Kent State University and led team in strikeouts (103) and innings pitched (88.2 IP) in 1999...enjoys playing the guitar in his spare time... along with Lance Cormier, helped organize an autograph session with his teammates at Dodger Stadium in 2011 to benefit the victims of the Tuscaloosa hurricane...also made a $25,000 donation to the Salvation Armys tornado relief fundvisited the Staples in Gardena and went a shopping spree with the Gardena Boys and Girls Club of LA last August 7...was joined by teammate Javy Guerra...attended the 2013 Dodger Caravan...originally selected by the White Sox in the 10th round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft and signed by Chicago scout Larry Grefer.

CALIFORNIA DREAMin
There have been just 10 players in Major League history who have played for four of the five Major League teams in California. They are: Elias Sosa and Brett Tomko (Dodgers, Giants, As, Padres), Stan Javier (Dodgers, Giants, As, Angels), Steve Finley and Derrel Thomas (Dodger, Padres, Giants, Angels), Jay Johnstone and Rickey Henderson (Dodgers, As, Padres and Angels) and Mike Aldrete, John DAcquisto and Dave Kingman (Giants, As, Padres and Angels). Source: Society of American Baseball Research

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Matt Guerriers CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L 1999 Winston-Salem 0-0 Bristol 5-0 2000 Birmingham 3-1 Winston-Salem 0-3 2001 Charlotte 7-1 Birmingham 11-3 2002 Nashville 7-12 2003 Nashville 4-6 2004 MINNESOTA 0-1 Rochester 5-10 2005 MINNESOTA 0-3 2006 MINNESOTA 1-0 New Britain 2-0 2007 MINNESOTA 2-4 2008 MINNESOTA 6-9 2009 MINNESOTA 5-1 2010 MINNESOTA 5-7 2011 LOS ANGELES 4-3 2012 LOS ANGELES 0-2 Rancho Cucamonga 0-0 Major League-9 years 23-30 Dodger Totals-2 years 4-5 Minor League-8 years 44-36 ERA 5.40 1.05 2.70 1.30 3.54 3.10 4.59 4.53 5.68 3.19 3.39 3.36 1.04 2.35 5.19 2.36 3.17 4.07 3.86 3.60 3.47 4.03 3.54 G 4 21 23 30 12 15 27 20 9 24 43 39 4 73 76 79 74 70 16 5 479 86 185 GS 0 0 0 0 12 15 26 19 2 23 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 98 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 SV 2 10 7 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 6 1 38 IP 3.1 25.2 23.1 34.2 81.1 98.2 157.0 105.1 19.0 144.0 71.2 69.2 8.2 88.0 76.1 76.1 71.0 66.1 14.0 5.0 552.1 80.1 687.0 H 3 18 17 25 75 85 154 108 22 135 71 78 3 71 84 58 56 59 8 3 507 67 626 R ER 2 2 9 3 9 7 13 5 33 32 42 34 88 80 56 53 13 12 65 51 29 27 29 26 1 1 23 23 47 44 23 20 28 25 31 30 6 6 2 2 229 213 37 36 320 270 HR 0 1 1 0 7 8 20 15 5 15 6 9 0 9 12 10 7 4 3 0 65 7 67 HB 1 1 1 3 4 5 10 4 1 5 3 0 0 5 0 4 3 0 1 0 17 1 34 BB 0 14 12 12 18 32 47 18 6 25 24 21 3 21 37 16 22 25 7 0 179 32 181 SO WP 5 2 37 1 19 3 35 2 43 2 75 5 130 7 78 5 11 0 97 2 46 3 37 6 10 0 68 6 59 2 47 6 42 2 50 2 9 0 5 1 369 27 59 2 534 30 BK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 AVG .214 .196 .207 .194 .250 .237 .253 .262 .293 .254 .259 .287 .111 .220 .275 .207 .219 .233 .174 .176 .243 .224 .243

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Matt Guerriers CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2004 Minnesota 2005 Minnesota 2011 Dodgers Totals AVG .000 .000 --- .000 G 1 4 69 90 AB 1 1 0 2 R 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 0 0 2B 0 0 0 0 3B 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 0 1 1 SH 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 1 1 SO 1 0 0 1 SB 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 OBP .000 .000 1.000 .333 SLG .000 .000 --.000

Matt Guerriers CAREER POSTSEASON PITCHING


Year Team 2006 ALDS: MIN vs. OAK 2009 ALDS: MIN vs. NYY 2010 ALDS: MIN vs. NYY Postseason Totals LDS Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 G 1 2 2 5 5 GS 0 0 0 0 0 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 IP 1.0 2.0 1.2 4.2 4.2 H 0 0 1 1 1 R 0 0 0 0 0 ER 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 0 HB 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 1 1 1 SO WP 0 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 4 0 BK 0 0 0 0 0 AVG .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Matt Guerriers CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None 4.0 (3 times), last: Sept. 1, 2006 vs. OAK 5.0, Sept. 24, 2005 at CWS 6, Aug. 20, 2005 vs. SEA Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 5, April 21, 2005 vs. KC 3 (5 times), last: April 18, 2012 at MIL 5 games, April 21-July 21, 2009 5 games (2 times), June 12-Aug. 3, 2010

Matt Guerriers CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .986 G 479 PO 54 A 82 E 2 TC 138 DP 2

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Chicago (AL) in the 10th round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Pittsburgh from Chicago (AL) in exchange for Damaso Marte (LHP) and Edwin Yan (IF) on March 27, 2002 C  laimed by Minnesota off waivers from Pittsburgh on Nov. 20, 2003 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Dec. 21, 2010

DISABLED LIST
June 9-Aug. 1, 2006 (fractured right thumb) April 19-Aug. 30, 2012 (right elbow tendinitis)

RULE 5 RARITY
Since 1981, the Dodgers have selected only 11 players in the Rule 5 draft and only four of those players have made the Opening Day roster, including Carlos Monasterios, who accomplished that feat in 2010. Monasterios and D.J. Houlton are the only two that remained with the big league club for their entire rookie seasons, as the other two players, Frank Lankford (1998) and Jose Antonio Nunez (2001) were both offered back to their original club before the All-Star Break.

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Jerry Hairston jr
Infielder/Outfielder
BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 195 Opening Day Age: 36 M.L. Service: 12.127 Born: May 29, 1976 in Naperville, IL Residence: Scottsdale, AZ Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 5, 2011

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Career Highlights
V  ersatile veteran and third-generation Major Leaguer begins his second season with the Dodgers and 16th big league season overall H  as a career .259 batting average with 68 home runs and 398 RBI with 147 stolen bases, 1,083 hits and 563 runs in 15 seasons with the Orioles (1998-2004), Cubs (2005-06), Rangers (2006-07), Reds (2008-09), Yankees (2009), Padres (2010), Nationals and Brewers (2011) and Dodgers (2012)  Won a World Series ring as a member of the 2009 Yankees and is a .362 career hitter in 17 postseason games  E xcelled with the bases loaded throughout his career, batting .305 (25-for-82) with three grand slams  Has a .978 career fielding percentage and has appeared at every position except for pitcher and catcher S  et career highs in 2012 with his five-hit game on May 27 vs. Houston and five RBI game on June 9 at Seattlewere also individual highs for the Dodgers in 2012  Has posted five seasons with double-digit steals, with a career-high 29 thefts in 2001 S  plit the 2011 season between Washington and Milwaukee, batting .385 in 11 postseason games to help lead the Brewers to the NLCS P  icked up the 1,000th hit of his career with an eighth-inning single off Chicagos Jeff Samardzija on Aug. 26, 2011 S  et career-best marks with a .326 batting average, a .384 on-base percentage and a .487 slugging percentage in 80 games with Cincinnati in 2008  Led Baltimore with 21 stolen base and ranked 10th in the AL in stolen base percentage (77.8%) in 2002  Set career highs with 63 runs, 124 hits, 47 RBI and 29 steals over 159 games in 2001 with the Orioles M  ade his Major League debut and started at second base for the Orioles on Sept. 11, 1998 against the Angelspicked up his first career hit with a single off the Yankees Orlando Hernandez on June 27, 1999 at Camden Yards  Slugged his first big league home run on July 1, 1999 with a solo shot off Torontos Joey Hamilton at SkyDome A  ppeared in the 2009 World Baseball Classic as a member of Team Mexico (his mother is from Mexico) and batted .286 (4-for-14) with three runs, a double and one RBI in four games  Originally selected by Baltimore in the 11th round of the 1997 First-Year Player Draft

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2012
B  atted .273 with 13 doubles, four homers and 26 RBI in 78 games in an injuryshortened season in his first year with the Dodgers H  ad a pair of stints on the disabled list, missing 16 games with a left hamstring strain from May 724 and also being shut down for the season with left hip inflammation on Aug. 12...had seasonending surgery on Sept. 10 with Dr. Marc Phillipon in Vail, Colorado E  stablished a singlegame careerhigh with five hits on May 27 vs. Houston, going 5for5 with a double and an RBI H  ad a careerhigh five RBI on June 9 at Seattle, going 3for4 with two runs scored, two doubles and a homer in the contest  Showed his versatility in the field and in the Dodger lineup...appeared at first base (1 G, May 25 vs. Houston), 158

second base (30 G, 26 GS), third base (32 G, 23 GS), shortstop (2 G) and left field (18 G, 13 GS), posting a .961 combined fielding percentage...made starts batting first (6), second (4), third (6), fourth (4), fifth (19), sixth (18) and seventh (6) H  it .324 with a .367 onbase percentage and a .471 slugging percentage in 41 road games, while posting just a .206/.311/.275 stat line in 37 home games  Batted .293 (27for92) against lefthanded pitchers, while hitting .260 (38for146) against righthanders H  it .313 (20for64) with five walks when leading off an inning...batted .286 (16for56) with runners in scoring position B  atted .297 (51for172) with all four of his home runs in 57 games before the AllStar break...hit over .300 in both of the seasons first two months, hitting .300 (12for40) in 15 April games and batting .457 (16for35) in 11 May games hairston

2011
C  ombined to hit .270 with 21 doubles, five homers and 31 RBI in 120 games with the Nationals and Brewers acquired by Milwaukee from Washington on July 30 in exchange for OF Erik Komatsu H  elped lead the Brewers to the National League Championship Series by hitting .385 (15-for-39) with eight runs, six doubles and four RBI in 11 postseason gamesin NLCS against St. Louis, led Milwaukee in runs (6), hits (9), doubles (4), batting average (.391) and on-base percentage (.440) in six games S  howed his versatility during his 45-game stint with the Brewers, making his 32 starts with the club at four different positions (19 games at second base, eight in center field, four at third base and one at shortstop).....hit .274 (34-for-124) with one homer and seven RBI with the Brewers  P osted a season-long six-game hitting streak from Aug. 26-Sept. 1, going 10-for-20 (.500) H  it a combined .364 (4-for-11) as a pinchhitterbatted .306 (26-for-85) when leading off an inninghit .290 (18-for-62) in close and late situations P  icked up the 1,000th hit of his career with an eighth-inning single off Chicagos Jeff Samardzija on Aug. 26 B  atted .268 with four home runs and 24 RBI in 75 games with Washington, including 60 starts (40 games at third base, 13 in left field, six in center field and one at second base) W  as on the 15-day disabled list from July 1-18 with a fractured right wrist...suffered the injury on June 29 at Los Angeles (AL) after being hit by a Dan Haren pitch

2010

Jerry Hairston greets fans at the Dodger Stadium gates P  layed in 119 games for the Padres, making during the 2012 season. appearances at second base, shortstop, third base, left field and right field...made starts at each of those positions, including 53 at shortstop, 44 at second base, four in right field, two at third base and two in left field P  adres went 64-41 (.610) in his 105 starts, including a 33-22 (.623) mark when he started at shortstop and 29-15 (.659) mark when he started at second base T  allied 105 hits, his highest hit total since 2002 with Baltimore...tied his career high (from 2009) with 10 home runs...set a new career-high with 50 RBI, passing his previous high of 47 from 2001 P  laced on the disabled list on Aug. 28 with a sprained right elbow and was reinstated on Sept. 12...made just one pinch-hit appearance and three starts after returning from the DL...did not appear in a game after Sept. 17 O  f his 50 RBI on the season, 10 gave the Padres a lead...eight of his 10 go-ahead RBI came prior to the AllStar break

2009
E  arned a World Series ring as a member of the Yankees after being acquired from Cincinnati at the trade deadline LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide159

 In 131 games for the two clubs, combined to hit .251 with 23 doubles, 10 home runs and 39 RBI  Made starts at third base (40), shortstop (27), left field (17), second base (8), center field (5) and right field (1) B  atted .250 (2-for-8) with one run scored in five postseason games in his first postseason experience, including a start in right field in Game 2 of the World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies (went 1-for-3 in the game with a single)

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2008
H  it a career-best .326 with 20 doubles and 36 RBI in 80 games for the Redstallied 25 multi-hit games and was the only player on the club with two four-hit efforts  Batted .386 (17-for-44) during his career-long 10-game hitting streak from May 23-June 6 E  ndured three stints on the DL, suffering a broken left thumb and straining his right hamstring twice, but otherwise made 62 starts  Hit leadoff 44 times with Cincinnati going 25-19 in those contests B  egan the season with Triple-A Louisville and was promoted on April 21prior to his promotion, led the International League in batting average (.421), hits (24, T-first) and extra-base hits (12, T-first)

2007
W  as limited to 73 games with the Rangers due to a pair of DL stints (pinched nerve in neck, soreness in lower back)  Appeared in six positions in the field, including all outfield positions, second base, shortstop and third base

2006
S  plit the season between the Cubs and Rangers, combining to hit .206 for the two clubsbegan the season with Chicago and traded to Texas in exchange for Phil Nevin on May 31  Recorded his 600th career hit on June 25 at Colorado and his 600th RBI on Aug. 16 against the Angels W  as one of four big leaguers to start games at six different positions, joining Willie Bloomquist, Hector Luna and Mark DeRosamade his first career appearance at first base on May 20 at Chicago against the White Sox

2005
A  ppeared in 114 games with the Cubs for his first National League experienceacquired by the Cubs from Baltimore in a trade for Sammy Sosa H  ad two stints on the DL with a sprained ligament in his left elbow and also missed the last 14 games of the season with a bruised left knee  Chicago was 10-0 in games when Hairston scored two or more runs M  anaged the Cubs lone hit, a leadoff infield single in the first inning, as the Cubs were one-hit by Derek Lowe on Aug. 31 at Wrigley Field

2004
I  n final season with Orioles, hit .300 for the first time (.303) in 86 games and posted as many walks (29) as strikeouts (29) S  aw action (47 starts) in the outfield for the first time at the big league level, appearing at all three positionsalso played second base, third base and served as the designated hitter  Ranked third in the AL with a .280 batting average with two strikes (45-for-161) O  pened season on the DL with a displaced fracture of the knuckle on the right pinky finger...after rehab stint, did not play for the Os until May 11

2003
 Played in just 58 games for Baltimore, but posted nearly as many walks (23) as strikeouts (25) E  ntered 2003 as Baltimores starting second baseman, but broke fifth metatarsal in right foot on May 20 at Anaheim and missed over three months  At the time of the injury, led the Orioles in batting (.287) and stolen bases (14)  Batted .293 with runners in scoring position (12-for-41)

2002
A  ppeared in 122 games with Baltimore in his second full big league campaignbecame the first Orioles second baseman to make consecutive Opening Day starts since Billy Ripken made three straight from 1990-92 160

L  egged out 25 doubles and led Baltimore with 21 stolen basesranked 10th in AL in stolen base percentage (77.8%)  Dropped eight sacrifice bunts, which tied for sixth in AL  Paced the Os in batting average (.291) and on-base percentage (.355) after the All-Star break  Tripled off Joaquin Benoit in the ninth inning to snap Texas combined no-hit bid on Sept. 3 in Arlington hairston

2001
P  aced Baltimore in games (159), at-bats (532), triples (9), sac bunts (9) and stolen bases (career-high 29) in his first complete MLB season  Scored a career-high 63 runs  Went 3-for-4 with two doubles on Opening Day on April 2 vs. Boston  Hit walk-off homer off Esteban Yan on Aug. 1 vs. Tampa Bay, to cap off the Orioles 6-5 victory  Led AL second basemen in total chances (803)

2000
 Member of Orioles Opening Day roster, but split the campaign between Baltimore and Triple-A Rochester E  ndured arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder, performed by Dr. Walter Lowe on May 19 in Houston, and missed seven weeks of action  Blasted his first career first-inning leadoff homer on Aug. 11 at Kansas City W  as cited as Best Defensive second baseman in the International League for the second time in as many years, in the annual poll of league skippers

1999
 Spent majority of season with Rochester, but enjoyed two stints with the Orioles  Recorded his first big league hit, a single off the Yankees Orlando Hernandez, on June 27 at Oriole Park  Hit his first MLB homer on July 1 at Toronto off Joey Hamilton  Named Best Defensive second baseman in the International League in a poll of league managers

1998
B  egan the season in the Single-A Carolina League and by seasons end had debuted in the big leagues with Baltimore M  ade his big league debut on Sept. 11 vs. Anaheim, going 0-for-3 with a run scored and playing second base for the Orioles I  n his first complete season as a pro, combined to hit .302 with 19 stolen bases for Double-A Bowie and Single-A Frederick to earn his first big league promotion  Following the season, played for the Grand Canyon Rafters in the prestigious Arizona Fall League

1997
 Batted .330 in 59 games with Bluefield of the Rookie-level Appalachian League in professional debut

Amateur Highlights
 layed college ball at Southern Illinois in 1996 and 97 and batted .360 (155-for-431) with a .566 slugging P percentage, 105 runs, 35 doubles, three triples, 16 home runs and 88 RBI in 108 games ...was the 1996 Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year... is a member of the Salukis Baseball Hall of Fame.

Personal
 erry Wayne Hairston Jr...married to Tanaha...has a son, Jackson, and two daughters, Kara and Jessica is a 1995 J graduate of Naperville (IL) North High...as a prep, was a two-time All-State selection on the diamond and an AllArea performer in basketball...the Hairstons join the Boones, Bells and Colemans as MLBs only three-generation families...big league lineage includes grandfather (Sam, 1951), father (Jerry Sr., 1973-89), uncle (John, 1969) and brother (Scott, 2004-present)...played with younger brother, Scott, for the first time with the Padres in 2010... grandfather, Sam, played in the Negro Leagues for the Birmingham Black Barons and Indianapolis Clowns before later becoming the first African-American to play for the White Soxis an avid golfer and Chicago Bulls and Bears fanTwitter handle is @Therealjhair participated in the Dodgers 2012 Community Caravanoriginally selected by Baltimore in the 11th round of the 1997 First-Year Player Draftsigned by Orioles scout Fred Petersen.

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Year Team 1997 Bluefield 1998 BALTIMORE Bowie Frederick 1999 BALTIMORE Rochester 2000 BALTIMORE Frederick Rochester GCL Orioles 2001 BALTIMORE 2002 BALTIMORE 2003 BALTIMORE Bowie Aberdeen 2004 BALTIMORE Bowie 2005 CHICAGO (NL) Iowa 2006 CHICAGO (NL) TEXAS 2007 TEXAS Oklahoma Frisco 2008 CINCINNATI Louisville 2009 CINCINNATI NEW YORK (AL) 2010 SAN DIEGO 2011 WASHINGTON MILWAUKEE Harrisburg 2012 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque Major League-15 years Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-11 years AVG G .330 59 .000 6 .326 55 .283 80 .269 50 .291 107 .256 49 .375 2 .294 58 .300 4 .233 159 .268 122 .271 58 .300 6 .333 2 .303 86 .154 5 .261 114 .318 5 .207 38 .205 63 .189 73 .133 4 .167 3 .326 80 .380 20 .254 86 .237 45 .244 119 .268 75 .274 45 .167 2 .273 78 .000 2 .259 1346 .273 78 .301 414 G 1 2 3 5 6 17 6 8 3 AB 221 7 221 293 175 413 180 8 201 10 532 426 218 20 3 287 13 380 22 82 88 159 15 12 261 79 307 76 430 213 124 6 238 6 4183 238 1543 AB 0 2 6 16 23 47 16 25 6 R H 44 73 2 0 42 72 56 83 26 47 65 120 27 46 1 3 43 59 3 3 63 124 55 114 25 59 4 6 2 1 43 87 4 2 51 99 3 7 8 17 17 18 22 30 2 2 2 2 47 85 11 30 47 78 15 18 53 105 25 57 18 34 1 1 19 65 0 0 563 1083 19 65 283 464 R 0 1 0 2 6 9 2 7 0 H 0 1 1 6 9 17 6 10 1 2B 13 0 12 22 12 24 5 2 15 2 25 25 12 1 0 19 1 25 0 3 3 7 0 1 20 8 18 5 13 11 10 0 13 0 226 13 101 2B 0 0 0 2 4 6 2 4 0 3B 4 0 3 3 1 5 0 0 1 0 5 3 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 22 1 19 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 2 0 5 5 4 7 5 0 4 0 8 5 2 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 1 1 6 4 8 2 10 4 1 0 4 0 68 4 30 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI 36 0 37 33 17 48 19 1 21 3 47 32 21 2 0 24 2 30 2 4 6 16 1 2 36 19 27 12 50 24 7 0 26 0 398 26 207 RBI 0 0 0 3 1 4 3 1 0 SH 4 0 2 1 4 4 5 0 2 0 9 8 10 0 0 6 0 7 0 5 2 7 0 0 8 1 6 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 85 1 14 SH 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 SF HBP 2 10 0 0 1 5 3 12 0 3 3 19 0 6 0 0 2 5 1 2 4 13 4 7 2 6 0 2 0 0 4 8 0 0 0 12 1 2 0 1 0 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 3 3 1 3 6 5 0 2 0 3 0 0 2 3 0 0 32 82 2 3 14 58 BB 21 0 20 28 11 30 21 1 29 3 44 34 23 1 3 29 3 31 0 4 9 11 2 0 23 3 21 11 31 22 11 2 23 0 359 23 146 SO 29 1 25 32 24 50 22 0 32 2 73 55 25 4 0 29 0 46 3 14 20 24 1 3 36 9 46 8 54 30 16 0 27 0 550 27 190 BB 0 0 0 2 2 4 2 2 0 SB 13 0 6 13 9 19 8 0 6 4 29 21 14 0 1 13 2 8 3 3 2 5 0 0 15 1 7 0 9 2 1 0 1 0 147 1 68 SO 0 1 1 1 3 6 1 4 1 CS 9 0 4 7 4 10 5 0 4 0 11 6 5 0 0 8 0 9 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 1 3 1 6 2 0 0 2 0 68 2 35 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .409 .000 .393 .366 .323 .363 .353 .444 .392 .500 .305 .329 .353 .391 .667 .378 .313 .336 .360 .253 .286 .249 .235 .167 .384 .405 .305 .352 .299 .342 .348 .375 .342 .000 .327 .342 .379 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SLG .452 .000 .475 .430 .417 .424 .367 .625 .438 .500 .344 .376 .372 .500 .333 .397 .231 .368 .409 .244 .261 .289 .333 .500 .487 .684 .397 .382 .353 .385 .379 .167 .387 .000 .372 .387 .449 OBP --- .500 .167 .400 .440 .396 .400 .444 .167 E 14 2 5 24 0 16 5 0 11 0 19 11 5 1 0 2 1 7 0 0 1 3 1 0 5 4 10 2 7 8 3 1 9 0 99 9 78 SLG --.500 .167 .500 .565 .489 .500 .560 .167

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JERRY HAIRSTONS CAREER POSTSEASON BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG 2009 ALDS: NYY vs. MIN --- ALCS: NYY vs. LAA .500 WS: NYY vs. PHI .167 2011 NLDS: MIL vs. ARI .375 NLCS: MIL vs. STL .391 Postseason Totals .362 LDS Totals .375 LCS Totals .400 WS Totals .167 Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: (Guerrier) Position First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield PCT 1.000 .981 .935 .975 .985 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

jerry hairstonS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


5, May 27, 2012 vs. HOU 5, June 9, 2012 at SEA 1 (68 times), last: July 7, 2012 at ARI 4 (3 times), last: Aug. 8, 2010 at ARI Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 3, June 2, 2001 at OAK 4, Sept. 13, 2005 vs. CIN 10 games, May 23-June 2, 2008 3, last: July 22, 2011 at LAD

JERRY HAIRSTONS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


G 2 649 146 150 373 PO 4 1219 87 209 585 A 0 1776 199 307 22 E 0 57 20 13 9 TC 4 3052 306 529 616 DP 1 411 16 60 4

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Baltimore in the 11th round of the 1997 First-Year Player Draft  Acquired by Chicago-NL with Mike Fontenot (IF) and Dave Crouthers (RHP) in exchange from Baltimore for Sammy Sosa (OF) on Feb. 2, 2005 Acquired by Texas for Phil Nevin (IF) on May 31, 2006 Signed by Cincinnati as a free agent on March 3, 2008 Acquired by New York-AL for Chase Weems (C) on July 31, 2009 Signed by San Diego as a free agent on Jan. 18, 2010 Signed by Washington as a free agent on Jan. 19, 2011 Acquired by Milwaukee from Washington for Erik Komatsu (OF) Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Dec. 5, 2011

DISABLED LIST
May 21-Sept. 3, 2003 (right foot fracture) March 26-May 10, 2004 (fractured right ring finger) Aug. 18, 2004-remainder of season (fractured left ankle) Aug. 4-18, 2005 (left elbow ligament) May 17-June 4, 2007 (pinched nerve in neck) Aug. 8-28, 2007 (lower back soreness) June 10-25, 2008 (fractured left thumb) July 14-31, 2008 (strained right hamstring) Aug. 28-Sept. 11, 2010 (sprained right elbow) June 30-July 17, 2011 (fractured right wrist) May 7-May 25, 2012 (left hamstring strain) Aug. 12, 2012-conclusion of season (left hip inflammation)

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Career Highlights

right-handed pitcher

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-7 WEIGHT: 260 Opening Day Age: 34 M.L. Service: 10.061 Born: May 9, 1978 in San Diego, CA Residence: San Diego, CA Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Dec. 8, 2011

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V  eteran right-hander enters his second season with the Dodgers and 12th big league season of his career posted a career-low 3.61 ERA and finished the season with a 10-10 record in his first season with the Dodgers O  wns a career record of 105-104 with a 4.19 ERA in 299 games (293 GS)earned his 100th career win on June 7, 2012 in the Dodgers 8-3 win over Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park S  ince 2004, ranks among the National League leaders in wins (95, T-5th) strikeouts (1,354, 2nd), innings (1,647.1, 2nd), starts (263, 1st) and complete games (13, T-8th) H  as had success against NL West opponents in his career, posting a 3.69 ERA (192 ER/468.2 IP) in 76 games (74 GS) E  stablished a Dodger franchise record on April 13, 2012 at Dodger Stadium by striking out nine consecutive Padre hitters, breaking Johnny Podres franchise record of eight set on July 2, 1962 vs. Philadelphiahe finished the night with 13 strikeouts in 6.1 innings, tying his career high for strikeouts (Sept. 29, 2007) and became the first Dodger pitcher in the last 90 seasons to have 13 or more strikeouts in a game when pitching fewer than 7.0 innings L  ed San Diego in 2011 with 14 wins, going 14-7 (.667) with a then career-low 3.64 ERAwas his second-most wins in a season and most since a career-best 16 in 2006 and 2007 W  as Cincinnatis nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award in 2007 and 2009, the Branch Rickey Award in 2007 and the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award from 2007-09  Made five consecutive Opening Day starts for the Reds from 2006-10 F  inished fourth in the National League Cy Young voting with Cincinnati in 2007 after going 16-6with the Reds in 2006, went 16-10 and tied for the National League lead in strikeouts (216) and complete games (6) in 2005, he led the Reds in wins (11), ERA (3.83), quality starts (19), innings pitched (211.2) and strikeouts (163) M  ade his Major League debut for Oakland on May 25, 2002, tossing 7.0 shutout innings for his first big league win in a 6-0 victory over Tampa Baystruck out 10, becoming the second pitcher in franchise history to fan 10 in his big league debut (other: Tim Hudson, 11)  Originally selected by Texas in the sixth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft

Ye a r - b y - Y e a r

2012
P  osted a career-low 3.61 ERA and reached double-digit victories for the second consecutive season and the sixth time in his career in his first season with the Dodgers R  anked third on the club with 31 starts, 179.2 innings pitched and 131 strikeoutshis 179.2 innings were his most since 2008 (184.1 IP with CIN) L  imited opposing hitters to a .246 batting average, including a .233 mark against right-handers (80-for344)was especially tough with runners in scoring position, holding the opposition to a .202 average (33for-163) W  as one of the National Leagues best pitchers from May 1-thru the All-Star break, going 5-3 with a 2.64 ERA (21 ER/71.2 IP), the fifth-lowest ERA in the NL, in 12 starts during that span M  ade 16 quality starts and pitched 6.0 or more innings on 17 occasions, going 8-1 with a 2.45 ERA (30 ER/110.1 IP) in those games LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide163

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E  stablished a franchise record on April 13 at Dodger Stadium by striking out nine consecutive Padre hitters, breaking Johnny Podres franchise record of eight set on July 2, 1962 vs. Philadelphiahe finished the night with 13 strikeouts in 6.1 innings, tying his career high for strikeouts (Sept. 29, 2007) and became the first Dodger pitcher in the last 90 seasons to have 13 or more strikeouts in a game when pitching fewer than 7.0 innings

2011
L  ed San Diego with 14 wins, going 14-7 (.667) with a then career-low 3.64 ERAwas his second-most wins a season and most since a career-best 16 in 2006 and 2007 M  issed time from June 13-July 9 (26 games) while on the 15-day disabled list due to a right foot contusion made one rehab start for Single-A Lake Elsinore  Went 10-3 (.769) in starts following a Padres loss in 2011 P  osted 18 quality starts, third most on the team behind Mat Latos and Tim Stauffer who both had 20 quality startshis 18 quality starts were his most in a season since a career-best 20 quality starts in 2007 for Cincinnati W  ent 3-4 with a 2.40 ERA (12 ER/45.0 IP), a .221 (36-for-163) opponents batting average and 36 strikeouts against 14 walks over his last seven starts of the season from Aug. 20-Sept. 24 W  as 8-5 with a 3.05 ERA (37 ER/109.1 IP) and a .240 (97-for-405) opponents batting average in 17 starts at home  Went 5-5 with a 3.11 ERA (28 ER/81.0 IP) in 13 starts against NL West opponents  Was 4-1 with a 2.89 ERA (14 ER/43.2 IP) in seven starts against NL Central teams

2010
A  ppeared in 22 games (20 starts), missing time while on the disabled list from July 6-Aug. 26 with lower lumbar spasms W  as the Reds Opening Day starter for the fifth straight season (2006-10), tying Pete Donohue (1923-27) and Mario Soto (1982-86) for the clubs consecutive Opening Day starts record (Soto had six overall) P  osted a 6-7 record and 5.02 ERA (56 ER/101.1 IP) over 17 starts before being placed on the disabled list returned from the DL and appeared in five games, making three startsdid not factor in a decision while recording a 7.94 ERA (10 ER/11.1 IP) after returning PLAYERS TO RECORD 9 STRIKEOUTS  Was left off the Reds playoff roster for the National League THRU 1st 3.0 INNINGS OF MLB GAME Division SeriesCincinnati was swept in three games by Philadelphia F  inished the season with six wins for the third consecutive season Aaron Harang, LAD*. ..............April 13, 2012 Randy Johnson, ARI. .....................June 3, 2001 Sid Fernandez, NYM.................... July 30, 1986 Don Wilson, HOU..........................July 14, 1968 Sam McDowell, CLE..................Sept. 18, 1966 Mickey Welch, NYG....................Aug. 28, 1884
*Harang established a Dodger franchise record with nine consecutive strikeouts of San Diego hitters Source: STATS, LLC

2009
M  ade 26 starts for the Reds, his lowest total since splitting the 2003 season between Oakland and Cincinnati underwent an appendectomy on Aug. 22, was placed on the disabled list on Aug. 23 and missed the remainder of the season  Made his fourth consecutive Opening Day start W  ent 1-1 with a 2.14 ERA over his last three starts, dropping his ERA from 4.43 to a season-ending 4.21 mark

 T ied for second on the Reds staff with 14 quality startsReds went 11-15 overall in his 26 outings F  rom May 30-Aug. 3, went 0-9 with a 5.49 ERAsnapped the career-high nine-game losing streak on Aug. 9 with a win at San Francisco the losing streak tied Baltimores Jason Berken for the longest in the Majors in 2009it was the longest single-season losing streak by a Reds pitcher since Tom Hume lost nine straight in 1978 R  ecorded the 1,000th strikeout of his career (Derrek Lee) on April 21 at Chicago (NL) his 1,000th strikeout as a Red came on July 18 vs. Milwaukee (Manny Parra)  Connected for his first career home run on July 24 at Chicago (NL) off Randy Wells

2008
 Made 30 appearances (29 starts) for the Reds, finishing 6-17 with a 4.78 ERA (98 ER/184.1 IP)  Career-high 17 losses tied Houstons Brandon Backe for the most in the NL 164

 Missed time while on the disabled list from July 13-Aug. 9 with a strained right forearm H  is 17 quality starts on the year ranked third on the team behind Edinson Volquez (20) and Bronson Arroyo (18) M  ade a relief appearance on May 25 at San Diego, his first since Aug. 11, 2006was the ninth of the Reds 10 pitchers to work in the 18-inning loss to the Padrestossed 4.0 shutout innings from the 13th to the 16th W  as chosen as the recipient of the Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award from the local chapter of the BBWAA following the seasonwas also the clubs nominee for the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award harang

2007
W  on the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the Reds most outstanding pitcher for the second time in three seasonsfinished fourth in National League Cy Young Award voting after going 16-6 with a 3.73 ERA (96 ER/231.2 IP) in 34 starts T  ied his career high in victories and established a new career mark in strikeouts (218) L  ed the Reds in wins, starts, complete games (two), innings pitched and strikeoutsthird consecutive year leading the team in wins and fourth straight leading in strikeouts Aaron Harang signs for a young fan as part of his Aarons Aces program. Harang invites military families onto the field prior to every Sunday home game.

R  anked among NL leaders in starts (T-2nd), innings pitched (2nd), strikeouts (2nd), walks per 9.0 IP (2.0, 2nd), winning percentage (.727, 4th), wins (T-5th) and strikeouts per 9.0 IP (8.5, 7th) I  n addition to his two complete games, also tossed 9.0 innings in a 12-inning, 2-1 win at San Diego on May 15 and a career-high 10.0 innings in a 12-inning, 2-1 win vs. Milwaukee on July 23became the first Reds pitcher to throw 10.0 innings in a game since Rick Mahler on Aug. 30, 1989  Recorded quality starts in 20 of his 34 outings  Lost his final two starts, the only time losing consecutive starts during the entire season

2006
L  ed the National League in strikeouts (216) and complete games (6) while tying for the NL lead in starts (35) and victories (16)ranked among league leaders in innings pitched (234.1 IP, 3rd), ERA (3.76, 11th) and shutouts (2, T-3rd) D  id not receive a single vote for the NL Cy Young Award, becoming the only pitcher in the then-50-year history of the award to lead his league in wins and strikeouts and not win it B  ecame the first Reds pitcher to lead the league in wins and strikeouts since Ewell Blackwell in 1947 and the first Reds pitcher to lead the league in strikeouts since Jose Rijo in 1993was also the first Reds pitcher with 200 strikeouts since Rijos 1993 campaign  Was the Reds Opening Day starter, making the first Opening Day start of his career on April 3 vs. Chicago (NL) P  icked up the win on April 14 at St. Louis in a 1-0 victory over the Cardinalsknocked an RBI single off Chris Carpenter to become the first pitcher to drive in the only run and earn the decision in a 1-0 victory since Carlos Zambrano did it on Sept. 24, 2004 at Pittsburgh for the Cubsfirst Reds pitcher to accomplish the feat since Johnny Klippstein did it in a 13-inning win at Houston on Aug. 6, 1962

2005
R  eceived the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the Reds most outstanding pitcherled the club in wins (11), ERA (3.83), quality starts (19), innings pitched (211.2) and strikeouts (163)set new career highs in each of those categories F  irst Reds pitcher with 200.0 innings in a season since Elmer Dessens had 205.0 in 2001most innings by a Reds pitcher since John Smiley had 217.1 in 1996 and most by a right-hander since Jose Rijo had 257.1 in 1993 W  ent 2-for-74 at the plate, the fewest hits of any player with as many at-batshis two hits were separated by an 0-for-49 stretch, the longest hitless skid by any Major Leaguer since Andy Benes went 0-for-50 for the Padres in 1991 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide165

2004
E  stablished career highs in most statistical categories while leading the Reds staff in strikeouts (125)ranked second on the staff to Paul Wilson in wins (10), starts (28), innings pitched (161.0) and quality starts (12) M  issed time on the disabled list from June 4-June 25 with a sprained ligament in his right elbow A  llowed 11 home runs in his first 22 starts and 15 home runs in his last six starts

NL WINS LEADERS, 2004-12 Player WINS 1. Roy Oswalt............................................... 116 2. Carlos Zambrano..................................... 114 3. Tim Hudson............................................ 105 4. Jason Marquis...........................................96 5t. Chris Carpenter.......................................95 5t. Aaron Harang. ....................................95 7. Derek Lowe................................................94

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2003
C  ombined to go 5-6 with a 5.31 ERA (45 ER/76.1 IP) in 16 games (15 starts) between Oakland and Cincinnati

B  egan the season at Triple-A Sacramento, going 7-2 with a 2.38 ERA in nine starts before being promoted to Oakland on May 24returned to Sacramento on July 16 and made three more starts before being traded to Cincinnati on July 30  Dealt with Jeff Bruksch and Joe Valentine from Oakland for Jose Guillen M  ade one start for Triple-A Louisville before being promoted to Cincinnati for the remainder of the season made his Cincinnati debut on Aug. 9 at San Diego, earning the win W  on his first three starts after joining the Reds, becoming the first Reds pitcher to do so since Bill Bonham won his first four starts in April 1978

2002
 Saw his first big league action, making 16 appearances (15 starts) for Oakland B  egan the season at Double-A Midland and was promoted to Triple-A Sacramento on April 18 after three starts R  ecalled by Oakland on May 25 and made his Major League debut that day, tossing 7.0 shutout innings for his first big league winstruck out 10 in his debut, becoming the second pitcher in franchise history to do so (Tim Hudson, 11 strikeouts) I  n his second start, did not allow a run until the fifth inning, extending his career-opening scoreless streak to 11.0 innings

2001
 Spent the entire season at Double-A Midland, tying for third in the Texas League with 27 starts  Led the team in strikeouts (112) while ranking tied for first in starts and second in innings pitched (150.0)

2000
 Was named to the Florida State League All-Star Team following his season with Double-A Charlotte  Led the league with 13 wins while ranking tied for second in complete games (3) and shutouts (2)  Traded to Oakland following the season with Ryan Cullen for Randy Velarde

1999
 Named Appalachian League Pitcher of the Year in his professional debut L  ed the league with nine wins while posting a 2.30 ERA with 87 strikeouts in 78.1 innings of work for Rookie League Pulaski of the Texas Rangers organization

Amateur Highlights
 ttended San Diego State University, where he majored in graphic designwas named the Pitcher of the Year A in 1999 after leading the team in ERA (4.47), starts (16), complete games (3), innings pitched (108.2), wins (8) and strikeouts (101).

Personal
 aron Michael Harangat 6-feet-7, became the eighth Dodger player to be 6-7 or taller, joining Billy Ashley, A John Candelaria, John Duffie, Mark Hendrickson, Frank Howard, Sean Maloney and Rick Sutcliffehosted groups of military family members at Sunday home games as part of Aarons Acesguests received game tickets, complimentary parking and meal vouchers courtesy of Coca-Cola and got a meet and greet on the field with Harang during batting practice along with an autographed Aarons Aces T-shirta 1996 graduate of Patrick Henry High School in San Diegowas the Reds nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award in 2007 and 2009, the 166

Branch Rickey Award in 2007 and the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award in 2007, 2008 and 2009he and his wife, Jennifer, reside in San Diego with their daughter, Addison, and twins, Dustin and Kaileyoriginally selected by Boston in the 22nd round of the 1996 First-Year Player Draft, but did not signselected by Texas in the sixth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft. harang

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Year Team 1999 Pulaski 2000 Charlotte 2001 Midland 2002 OAKLAND Sacramento Midland 2003 CINCINNATI OAKLAND Louisville Sacramento 2004 CINCINNATI Louisville 2005 CINCINNATI 2006 CINCINNATI 2007 CINCINNATI 2008 CINCINNATI Louisville 2009 CINCINNATI 2010 CINCINNATI Louisville 2011 SAN DIEGO Lake Elsinore 2012 LOS ANGELES Major League-11 years Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-9 years W-L 9-2 13-5 10-8 5-4 3-3 2-0 4-3 1-3 0-1 8-2 10-9 0-1 11-13 16-11 16-6 6-17 1-0 6-14 6-7 0-2 14-7 0-1 10-10 105-104 10-10 46-25 ERA 2.30 3.32 4.14 4.83 3.26 1.08 5.28 5.34 15.00 2.71 4.86 12.00 3.83 3.76 3.73 4.78 0.00 4.21 5.32 9.00 3.64 6.75 3.61 4.19 3.61 3.47 G 16 28 27 16 8 3 9 7 1 12 28 1 32 36 34 30 1 26 22 2 28 1 31 299 31 100 GS 10 27 27 15 8 3 9 6 1 12 28 1 32 35 34 29 1 26 20 2 28 1 31 293 31 93 CG SHO 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 6 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 6 0 0 4 3 SV 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 IP H 78.1 64 157.0 128 150.0 173 78.1 78 38.2 41 16.2 12 46.0 48 30.1 41 3.0 5 69.2 62 161.0 177 3.0 9 211.2 217 234.1 242 231.2 213 184.1 205 6.0 5 162.1 186 111.2 139 11.0 14 170.2 175 4.0 5 179.2 167 1802.0 1888 179.2 167 537.1 518 R ER 22 20 68 58 81 69 44 42 17 14 3 2 28 27 19 18 5 5 24 21 90 87 8 4 93 90 109 98 100 96 104 98 0 0 82 76 71 66 11 11 73 69 3 3 85 72 898 839 85 72 242 207 HR 5 10 9 7 1 0 6 5 1 5 26 1 22 28 28 35 0 24 16 1 20 0 14 231 14 33 HB 4 7 6 3 2 3 1 0 0 4 5 1 8 8 8 2 0 4 4 1 3 0 4 50 4 28 BB SO WP 17 87 2 50 136 5 37 112 3 45 64 1 9 39 2 7 21 1 10 26 3 9 16 0 2 4 0 17 60 1 53 125 7 3 3 0 51 163 6 56 216 6 52 218 12 50 153 2 0 6 0 43 142 6 38 82 9 2 10 0 58 124 3 1 7 0 85 131 4 550 1460 59 85 131 4 145 485 14 BK 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 AVG .226 .220 .285 .261 .266 .218 .271 .331 .357 .234 .280 .500 .267 .269 .242 .284 .238 .287 .305 .311 .269 .312 .246 .271 .249 .251

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Year Team 2002 Athletics 2003 Reds Athletics 2004 Reds 2005 Reds 2006 Reds 2007 Reds 2008 Reds 2009 Reds 2010 Reds 2011 Padres 2012 Dodgers Totals AVG .000 .059 .000 .070 .027 .108 .095 .130 .149 .135 .089 .071 .091 G 2 9 1 28 30 34 33 29 25 21 28 29 269 AB 3 17 1 57 74 74 74 54 47 37 56 56 550 R 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 9 H 0 1 0 4 2 8 7 7 7 5 5 4 50 2B 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 RBI 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 6 2 1 2 20 SH 0 0 0 4 4 5 11 5 6 3 6 7 51 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 HP 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 BB 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 SO 3 11 1 33 39 35 28 20 12 13 23 23 241 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .000 .059 .000 .070 .027 .132 .117 .130 .167 .135 .089 .071 .099 SLG .000 .059 .000 .088 .027 .108 .108 .148 .234 .162 .107 .089 .109

AaRON HARANGs CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: 2, Aug. 29, 2007 at PIT 10.0, July 23, 2007 vs. MIL 4.0 (2 times), last: May 25, 2008 at SD 8 (5 times), last: April 26, 2011 vs. ATL Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 13 (2 times), last: April 13, 2012 vs. SD 8, June 19, 2012 at OAK 5 games, Sept. 16, 2006-April 7, 2007 5 games, July 12-Aug. 3, 2009

AaRON HARANGs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .957 G 299 PO 92 A 196 E 13 TC 301 DP 6

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Texas in the sixth round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Oakland with Ryan Cullen (LHP) from Texas in exchange for Randy Velarde (IF) on Nov. 17, 2000 A  cquired by Cincinnati with Joe Valentine (RHP) and Jeff Bruksch (RHP) from Oakland in exchange for Jose Guillen (OF) on July 30, 2003 Signed by San Diego as a free agent on Dec. 8, 2010 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on Dec. 8, 2011

DISABLED LIST
June 4-25, 2004 (sprained ligament, right elbow) July 13-Aug. 9, 2008 (strained right forearm) Aug. 23, 2009-conclusion of season (appendectomy) July 6-Aug. 30, 2010 (lower lumbar spasms) June 13-July 8, 2011 (right foot contusion)

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Elian Herrera
BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 195 Opening Day Age: 28 M.L. Service: 0.091 Born: Feb. 1, 1985 in San Pedro de Macoris, D.R. Residence: Beaverton, MI Acquired: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on May 14, 2003

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Career Highlights
S  witch-hitting versatile defender provided a spark for the Dodgers last season as he reached the Majors for the first time in 2012 in his 10th professional season M  ade his Major League debut on May 15 as a pinch-hitter against Arizona and picked up the first hit of his career with an RBI double on May 16 at San Diego P  osted a .976 combined fielding percentage with the Dodgers last season, making starts in left field (9 G), second base (9 G), third base (14 G), right field (3 G) and center field (9 G) E  xcelled in a pinch-hitter role in the Majors, batting .400 (4-for-10) with a .538 on-base percentage in 14 games Has a .279 batting average and a .361 on-base percentage in 10 minor league seasons A  ppeared at every position but catcher in his minor league career, including 347 games at second base, 200 in the outfield, 66 at shortstop, 60 at third base, 16 at first base and one appearance on the mound R  anked third in the California League with 42 steals for Single-A Inland Empirehas 167 steals in 681 minor league games Originally signed by the Dodgers as a non-drafted free agent on May 14, 2003

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2012
Versatile defender and switch-hitter appeared in 67 games in his first big league season S  elected to the Major League roster on May 14, made his Major League debut on May 15 (0-for-1, PH) and picked up the first hit of his career with an RBI double on May 16 at San Diego Hit his first MLB homer off Wade Miley on July 5 at Arizona P  icked up a season-high three hits on two occasions, doing so on May 20 vs. St. Louis and on June 17 against the White Sox Batted .351 (13-for-37) during his season-high nine-game hitting streak from May 16-27 M  ade 44 starts (nine in LF, nine at 2B, 14 at 3B, three in RF and nine in CF)posted a combined .976 fielding percentage Batted .321 (25-for-78) in 32 home games Went 4-for-10 (.400) with three walks and a sacrifice in 14 pinch-hitting appearances Hit .313 (20-for-64) from the seventh inning and later K  nocked a bases-loaded single on Oct. 1 for the first walk-off hit of his careerwas the first hit of his career against the Giants (1-for-12) A  t Triple-A hit .341 (93-for-273) with 50 runs scored, 11 steals, 20 doubles, 10 triples, three homers and 40 RBI, in 64 games for the Isotopes Hit .338 (22-for-65) with runners in scoring position with the Isotopes B  atted .349 (29-for-83) during a 19-game hitting streak from April 23-July 17, which sandwiched his first big league call-up H  it .429 (39-for-91) with all three of his Triple-A home runs against left-handers at Albuquerquehit .297 (54-for-182) against right-handers 168

Posted 30 multi-hit games with the Isotopes, including five three-hit games and two four-hit games A  ppeared in four Spring Training games with the Dodgers as a minor league addition, going 3-for-6 with two runs scored and an RBI F  ollowing the season, played for Aguilas Cibaenas of the Dominican Winter League, batting .255 with seven doubles and 13 RBI in 23 gamesappeared exclusively in the outfield herrera

2011
Led Double-A Chattanooga and ranked fourth in the Southern League with 33 steals in 44 attempts (75%) Ranked second on the club with 58 walks and posted a .370 on-base percentage F  inished the season strong by hitting .307 in 62 second-half games, including a .375 mark (30-for-80) in 24 August games Hit .314 against left-handed pitchers (38-for-121)

2010
S  tarted and finished the season with Double-A Chattanooga with a month-long stint with Triple-A Albuquerque from July 3-Aug. 3 Batted .360 (54-150) with runners on base and hit .362 (34-for-94) in 122 combined games M  ade the first pitching appearance of his career with 1.0 inning of relief on Aug. 2 against New Orleans (Marlins)

2009
 Started the year with Single-A Great Lakes, and made the jump to Single-A Inland Empire on May 12  Batted a combined .326 (46-for-141) against left-handed pitching  Played for Aguilas of the Dominican Winter League following the season

2008
B  atted a combined .292 with five home runs and 27 RBI in 37 games with Rookieadvanced Ogden and Inland Empire A  ppeared in games at first base (1 G), second base (2 G), left field (9 G), right field (2 G) and center field (22 G) C  ombined to hit .333 against right-handers (32-for-96) and with runners in scoring position (13-for-39)

2007
H  it .255 with 14 doubles, three triples, a homer and 34 RBI in 70 combined games with Rookie-advanced Ogden, Single-A Great Lakes and Single-A Inland Empire C  ombined to appear in 62 games at second base, seven games in left field and one right field

Elian Herrera signs autographs during the Dodgers Fanfest on May 19, 2012 at Dodger Stadium.

Overall, batted .306 (22-for-72) with runners in scoring position

2006
L  ed the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Dodgers (min. 100 AB) with a .327 batting average and a .424 onbase percentage in 36 games Batted .400 (8-for-20) against left-handed pitchers and .311 (28-for-90) against right-handers Hit .353 with runners in scoring position (12-for-34) Posted a season-long 10-game hitting streak from July 21-Aug. 3

2003-2005
A  ppeared in 124 games over three seasons with the Rookie-level Dominican Summer League Dodgers, opening his career as a first baseman (15 G in 2003) before playing exclusively at second base in 2004 (50 G) and 2005 (59 G)

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Personal
 lian Herreraresides in Beaverton, MI with his wife Staci and children Mason, Mylie and Ellieoriginally signed E by the Dodgers as a non-drafted free agent on May 14, 2003 by scouts Pablo Peguero & Angel Santana. herrera

ELIAN HERRERAs CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2003 DSL Dodgers 2004 DSL Dodgers 2005 DSL Dodgers 2006 GCL Dodgers 2007 Inland Empire Great Lakes Ogden 2008 Inland Empire Ogden 2009 Inland Empire Great Lakes 2010 Albuquerque Chattanooga 2011 Chattanooga 2012 LOS ANGELES Albuquerque Major League-1 year Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-10 years AVG .038 .278 .257 .327 .200 .167 .282 .167 .298 .290 .250 .229 .258 .278 .251 .341 .251 .251 .279 G 15 50 59 36 11 9 50 4 33 99 13 25 97 116 67 64 67 67 681 AB 26 187 206 110 30 36 181 6 124 389 40 48 299 378 187 273 187 187 2333 R 4 39 33 19 3 3 28 0 28 64 6 8 44 69 26 50 26 26 398 H 1 52 53 36 6 6 51 1 37 113 10 11 77 105 47 93 47 47 652 2B 0 5 11 4 2 2 10 0 12 18 0 0 11 17 10 20 10 10 112 3B 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 5 0 1 4 6 1 10 1 1 34 HR 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 5 4 0 0 2 3 1 3 1 1 20 RBI 0 18 22 17 4 3 27 0 27 35 2 8 38 35 17 40 17 17 276 SH 0 1 3 5 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 12 6 2 3 2 2 36 SF HBP 0 0 4 3 1 4 2 1 1 0 0 3 1 4 0 0 1 2 2 3 1 0 1 0 3 4 6 1 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 2 25 27 BB 7 21 27 19 2 1 25 0 16 35 1 10 47 58 23 17 23 23 286 SO 9 40 45 17 12 10 39 3 32 95 9 9 71 103 50 47 50 50 541 SB 2 22 10 2 1 3 3 0 5 42 1 1 31 33 4 11 4 4 167 CS 1 11 5 3 2 1 3 0 0 5 2 1 10 11 2 7 2 2 62 OBP .242 .353 .353 .424 .242 .250 .379 .167 .385 .352 .262 .356 .363 .370 .340 .381 .340 .340 .361 SLG .038 .326 .345 .391 .267 .222 .387 .167 .532 .393 .250 .271 .341 .378 .332 .520 .332 .332 .382 E ----- --7 3 1 10 4 4 7 0 2 9 20 3 9 3 3 76

ELIAN HERRERAs CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 3 (2 times), last: June 17, 2012 vs. CWS 3, June 15, 2012 vs. CWS 1, July 5, 2012 at ARI 2 (3 times), last: June 7, 2012 at PHI Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 1 (4 times), last: June 16, 2012 vs. CWS 2 (5 times), last: June 16, 2012 vs. CWS 9 games, May 16-27, 2012 None

ELIAN HERRERAs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield PCT .978 .968 1.000 .980 G 13 20 2 32 PO 21 10 1 48 A 23 20 0 1 E 1 1 0 1 TC 45 1 1 50 DP 7 3 1 1

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Signed by Los Angeles as a non-drafted free agent May 14, 2003

DISABLED LIST
Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

POSITION PLAYERS WHO ALSO PITCHED FOR THE DODGERS


There have been just seven position players to take the mound for the Los Angeles Dodgers: Jim Hickman June 23, 1967 2.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 0 K Danny Heep July 30, 1988 2.0 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 Bb, 0 K Jeff Hamilton April 15, 1989 1.2 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 K Mickey Hatcher May 4, 1989 1.0 IP, 0 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 0K Chris Donnels May 5, 2001 0.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 K Robin Ventura June 25, 2004 1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 K Mark Loretta July 28, 2009 0.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 K Source: RETROSHEET

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J.P. Howell
left-handed pitcher
BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 185 Opening Day Age: 29 M.L. Service: 6.007 Born: April 25, 1983 in Modesto, CA Resides: St. Petersburg, FL Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Jan. 7, 2013

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Career Highlights
L  eft-handed reliever enters his eighth Major League season and first with the Dodgers after signing as a free agent on Jan. 7, 2013 S  ince making his debut with Kansas City on June 11, 2005, has a career 4.42 ERA and has a 2.02 strikeout/ walk ratio (375 K/186 BB) in 267 games over his seven seasons with Tampa Bay (2006-12) and Kansas City (2005)owns a 3.08 ERA and has held opponents to a .209 batting average as a reliever W  hen pitching on back-to-back days, the left-hander has a 2.00 ERA (12 ER/54.0 IP) and a .201 opponents batting average over 59 career appearances R  anks third in Rays historyand first among left-handed pitcherswith 252 appearances, trailing Esteban Yan (266) and Dan Wheeler (258) C  ompiled the longest scoreless-innings streak in Rays franchise history with 27.1 innings from June 14Aug. 30, 2012was the second-longest streak by a reliever in the Major Leagues in 2012 (28.1 by SD/LAA Ernesto Frieri) M  issed all of the 2010 season and the first 44 games of the 2011 season after undergoing surgery to repair the labrum in his left shoulder in late May 2010 S  et career bests in appearances (69), wins (7) and saves (17) in 2009 Rays were 23 games over .500 (46-23) in games he pitched, tossing scoreless relief in 54 of his 69 outings I  n 2009, made three scoreless appearances for Team USA (3.1 IP, 2 H, 3 K) in the World Baseball Classicwas the only U.S. reliever to hold opponents scoreless H  ad a breakout season in 2008, making his first Opening Day rostertied for the Major League lead in relief innings pitched (89.1) with Texas Josh Rupeled the Majors with the lowest percentage of inherited runners scored (11.8) and was tied for first among AL relievers in strikeouts (92)ranked ninth among AL relievers with a 2.22 ERA C  ombining 2008-09, he compiled a 2.48 ERAled all Major League relievers with 13 wins, ranked third with 171 strikeouts and fifth in innings pitched (156.0) and opponents average (.195)was also tops among Major League lefty relievers in each category A  ppeared in 12 games in the 2008 postseason, the most of any pitcher Major League pitcher in the postseason O  wns a career 0-3 record with a 3.00 ERA (4 ER/12.0 IP) in 13 career postseason games, taking the loss in Games 3 and 5 of the 2008 World Series and Game 5 of the ALCS W  on his big league debut on June 11 at Arizona, allowing one run on four hits and striking out eight in 5.0 innings in the Royals 8-5 victorythe eight strikeouts tied a Royals club record for a pitcher in his debut  Originally selected by Kansas City in the first round (31st overall) of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft

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2012
 Spent his seventh season in the Rays organization and appeared in 55 games out of the Rays bullpen H  ad a 6.16 ERA (13 ER/19.0 IP) over his first 23 outings through June 13, but compiled a 1.15 ERA (4 ER/31.1 IP) after that to lower his season ERA to 3.04held opponents to a .192 average (20-for-104) during that stretch, with 26 strikeouts  Compiled a club-record scoreless streak of 27.1 innings from June 14Aug. 30, breaking the previous Rays LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide171

record set by James Shields (23) in 2011the streak ended on a two-run homer by Edwin Encarnacion on Sept. 1 at Toronto, after replacing an injured Jeff Niemann in the fourth inningalso broke Fernando Rodneys club record of 22.0 consecutive scoreless innings for a relief pitcher, a streak which had ended only a few days priorfell 1.0 inning shy of the longest streak by a reliever in the Majors in 2012 (28.1 by SD/LAA Ernesto Frieri) howell D  id not allow a run in 26.2 IP (23 appearances) with only 13 hits allowed against AL Central and AL West clubs, but posted a 5.71 ERA (11 ER/17.1 IP) in 25 appearances when facing the AL Easthad an 8.53 ERA (6 ER/6.1 IP) in Interleague Play H  eld left-handed batters to a .200 average (17-for-85), while right-handed hitters batted .244 (22-for-90) since returning from injury in 2011, has held lefties to a .209 (31-for-148) average compared to .266 (38-for133) by right-handed opponents H  eld opponents to a .193 average (22-for-114) with the bases empty, but they hit .279 (17-for-61) with men on base M  ade his 200th appearance for the Rays on April 14 at Boston, the sixth pitcher to reach the milestone joining Esteban Yan, Dan Wheeler, Travis Harper, Roberto Hernandez and Grant Balfour

2011
M  issed the first 44 games recovering from left shoulder injury that forced him to miss all of 2010 reinstated from the DL on May 20 and spent the rest of the season in the Majors, making 46 appearances out of the bullpen...was activated one year and one day after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum on May 19, 2010the day he joined the Rays, threw a scoreless inning in his first Major League appearance since Sept. 22, 2009 vs. Seattle  Made his first of nine rehab appearances on April 21 in an extended Spring Training game against the Orioles W  hen he worked 0.2 innings in the Rays 5-4 win on Sept. 7 vs. Texas, he became the franchises all-time leader in appearances by a lefty H  ad held opponents to a .229 average before his last seven appearances (including an appearance vs. Texas in the ALDS) when opponents went 7-for-12 off himin four of those last five appearances he faced only one hitter and allowed a hit, and allowed all four inherited runners to score O  verall held left-handed hitters to a .222 average (14-for-63) with one home run...right-handers batted .302 (16-for-53) with two homersopponents hit .394 (13-for-33) with runners in scoring position, hitting .300 (18-for-60) with runners on base compared to .214 (12-for-56) with no one on base H  ad a stretch of 24 appearances, July 2Sept. 7, when he held opponents to a .148 (8-for-54) average. ...allowed only three earned runs from July 29 through seasons end (2.08 ERA), all of which came via home run (Jose Bautista on Aug 29 at Toronto and Matt Wieters, Sep 13 at Baltimore) O  n July 1 vs. St. Louis, got two outs in the eighth before yielding two walks and a home run to Colby Rasmusfollowing the homer was ejected for the first time of his career  On June 12 at Baltimore, picked up his first save since Sep 20, 2009 vs. Seattle F  aced one hitter, Josh Hamilton, with two outs and the bases loaded in the seventh inning of Game 3 of the ALDS and the Rays trailing Texas, 2-1allowed a two-run single and the Rays fell, 4-3

2010
M  issed the entire season due to a shoulder injury, which sidelined him in Spring Training and later required season-ending surgerywas non-tendered on Dec. 2, 2009 and re-signed with the Rays on Dec. 13 R  eported to Spring Training with weakness in his left shoulder and began a rehab program with the goal of returning in late Maywas placed on the 15-day disabled list out of Spring Training on March 26on May 17 was throwing in a simulated game at Tropicana Field when he was forced to stop due to pain in his shoulderon May 19, Dr. James Andrews performed surgery in Birmingham, AL to repair a torn labrum. C  ombining 2008-09, he led all Major League relievers with 13 wins, ranked third with 171 strikeouts and fifth in innings pitched (156) and opponents average (.195)was also tops among big league lefty relievers in each category scoreless innings streaks, 2012 Player IP (dates) 1. Kris Medlen. ............ 34.1 IP (Aug. 11-Sept. 3) 2. Ryan Dempster........33.0 IP (June 5-July 14) 3. R.A. Dickey............ 32.2 IP (May 22-June 13) 4. Ernesto Frieri.......... 28.1 IP (April 30-July 8) 5. J.P. Howell*........27.1 IP (June 14-Aug. 30) *Longest streak in Rays franchise history

2009
S  et career bests in appearances (69), wins (7) and saves (17)tied a Rays club record for wins by a reliever took over as primary closer after Troy Percival was placed on the disabled list in late May 172

 Rays were 23 games over .500 (46-23) in games he pitched, tossing scoreless relief in 54 of his 69 outings W  as 17-for-25 in save opportunities, but converted 13 straight saves from June 14-Aug. 21over that stretch he went 4-1 with a 2.30 ERA (7 ER/27.1 IP)saved all three games in a sweep against his former team, July 17-19 at Kansas City after the All-Star breakbecame the second pitcher in club history to save each game of a sweep (three or more games)Troy Percival did it April 22-24, 2008 vs. Toronto at Disney P  ut together a 17-outing scoreless stretch from May 31-July 8 in which he threw 16.1 scoreless innings, the longest scoreless streak on the staff in 2009 S  uffered the loss on Aug. 7 at Seattle after allowing a two-out, two-run walk-off home run to Ryan Langerhans, his lone homer surrendered to a left-handed hitter M  ade three scoreless appearances for Team USA (3.1 IP, 2 H, 3 K) in the World Baseball Classicwas the only U.S. reliever to hold opponents scoreless

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2008
E  njoyed a breakout season as he transitioned to full-time relief workmade his first Opening Day roster as the only member of the bullpen under the age of 30, and remained the pens youngest member until the rosters expanded T  ied for the Major League lead in relief innings pitched (89.1) with Texas Josh Rupeled the Majors with the lowest percentage of inherited runners scored (11.8) and was tied for first among AL relievers in strikeouts (92)ranked ninth among AL relievers with a 2.22 ERA B  ecame the first lefty to lead the Majors in relief innings pitched since 1997 when Minnesotas Greg Swindell threw 112.0his innings total was also the highest by any lefty reliever since Swindell threw 90.1 innings the following year, 1998shattered the Rays record for most innings by a lefty relieverwas previously held by Doug Creek, who pitched 62.2 innings in 2001  Joined James Shields (2007) as the only Ray to win his first six decisions in a season R  ecorded his first career save April 17 at Minnesota with 3.0 shutout innings, facing the minimum nine hittersyielded two hits (singles) and induced two double plays  Did not allow an earned run in 11 outings in September A  ppeared in 12 games, most of any Major League pitcher in the 2008 postseasonwent 0-3 despite compiling a 3.00 ERA (12.0 IP, 9.0 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 4 BB, 17 K) and holding opponents to a .209 batting average T  ied the ALCS record by appearing in six games, becoming the sixth pitcher to do sologged three outings in both the ALDS and World Series A  bsorbed losses in Games 3 and 5 of the World Series, both at Philadelphiaon both occasions, his baserunner came around to score with another pitcher on the moundin Game 5 of the ALCS at Fenway Park, suffered the loss when J.D. Drews ninth-inning RBI single completed Bostons comeback from a 7-0 deficit to win, 8-7

2007
S  plit the season between the Rays and Triple-A Durhammade 10 starts for the Rays over three separate stints and went 1-6 with a 7.59 ERA M  ade a total of 33 starts between the Rays, Bulls and Triple-A postseason, working a combined 192.2 innings and striking out 211  Led the International League with 145 strikeouts and ranked fourth in the league in ERA

2006
O  n June 20, 2006 was acquired by the Rays from the Royals in exchange for outfielder Joey Gathright and minor league infielder Fernando Cortez...made eight starts for the Rays over two stints, and started 10 games for Durham H  is first win as a Ray came on Sept. 23 vs. New York (AL) when he tossed a then-career-high 7.0 shutout innings, limiting New York (AL) to just three hits and two walks to defeat Randy Johnson O  pened the year with Triple-A Omaha of the Pacific Coast League...missed the month of May with a left shoulder strain

2005
 Saw his first action at the Major League level, making 15 starts for Kansas City M  ade four stops in the Royals organization, rising from Class-A High Desert to the Majorsenjoyed the second-quickest rise through the system in franchise history after Bo Jackson (signed June 1986, debuted September 1986)was the fourth player from the 2004 First-Year Player Draft to make his Major League debut after Oaklands Huston Street, Bostons Cla Meredith and Baltimores Jeffrey Fiorentino LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide173

W  on his big league debut on June 11 at Arizona, 8-5totaled (5.0 IP, 4 H, R, ER, 2 BB, 8 K)the eight strikeouts tied a Royals club record for a pitcher in his debut E  arned a 5-0 win on Sept. 26 at Minnesota after tossing 5.0 no-hit inningsleft the game with the no-hitter intact, after throwing 97 pitchesjoined Kevin Appier (6.2 IP, April 26, 1995) as the only Royals starters to be pulled after tossing at least 5.0 innings of no-hit baseball

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2004
 Began his professional career by appearing in six games (four starts) with Rookie-advanced Idaho Falls  Limited opposing hitters to a .190 batting average with 38 strikeouts and only 12 walks in 26.0 innings

Amateur Highlights
 ttended the University of Southern California before transferring to the University of Texaswas 25-4 with A a 2.31 ERA and 271 strikeouts in 249.2 IP in his two years at Texasbroke Roger Clemens two-season record for strikeouts (241)was a finalist for the 2004 Roger Clemens Award, given to the top college pitcher, along with Wade Townsend and Jered Weaverwas also a finalist for the 2004 Dick Howser Award as the nations top college playernamed the Big 12 Pitcher of the Year in 2004named a 2004 First Team All-American by USA Today and Collegiate Baseballposted a 15-2 record and a 2.13 ERA (135.1 IP, 90 H, 32 ER) with 166 strikeouts as a senior, leading the Longhorns to a second-place finish at the College World Seriestied for most wins in the nation and was 13 strikeouts shy of the Big 12 recordgraduated from Jesuit High (Carmichael, CA) in 2001 was 10-0 with a 0.09 ERA as a senior, earning the CalHiSports.com Player of the Year Awardwas named to the All-State All-Decade High School Baseball Team by CalHiSports.com in November 2009 along with Cole Hamels, Ryan Braun, Aaron Hill and Player of the Decade Delmon Young.

Personal
ames Phillip Howellhis wife, Heather Hennessy-Howell, is an author, writer, blogger and broadcast journalist... J Heather graduated from USC with a degree in communications and in 2011, published a childrens book called Dangles, the first in a series of 11 books about the adventures of a cartoon monkey of the same name...the book was inspired by a stuffed monkey J.P. gave to Heather...originally selected by Kansas City in the first round (31st overall) of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft.

KOUFAXS PERFECT GAME


The only perfect game in Dodger history was authored by Hall of Fame left-hander Sandy Koufax on Sept. 9, 1965 in front of 29,139 at Dodger Stadium. During the 1-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs, Koufax struck out 14 batters and improved his season record to 22-7. Koufax struck out the final six Cubs he faced Ron Santo, Ernie Banks and Byron Browne in the eighth inning; Chris Krug, Joe Amalfitano and pinch-hitter Harvey Kuenn in the ninth. The Dodgers managed just one hit and a walk off Cubs left-hander Bob Hendley (2-3), who also pitched the distance. The only hit Lou Johnsons two-out bloop double to right field in the seventh inning didnt matter in the scoring. Johnson opened the fifth inning with a walk, advanced to second on Ron Fairlys sacrifice bunt, stole third base and scored when catcher Krugs throw sailed into left field. In addition to Koufax becoming the first pitcher to hurl four no-hitters in his career, the 1-hour, 43-minute game also featured a Major League record for fewest runners left on base by both teams (1).

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J.P. HOWELLS CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 2004 Idaho Falls 3-1 2.77 6 4 0 0 0 26.0 16 9 8 2005 KANSAS CITY 3-5 6.19 15 15 0 0 0 72.2 73 55 50 Omaha 3-1 4.06 7 7 0 0 0 37.2 40 19 17 Wichita 2-0 2.50 3 3 0 0 0 18.0 12 5 5 High Desert 3-1 1.96 8 8 0 0 0 46.0 33 16 10 2006 TAMPA BAY 1-3 5.10 8 8 0 0 0 42.1 52 25 24 Durham 5-3 2.62 10 10 0 0 0 55.0 53 18 16 Omaha 3-2 4.75 8 8 0 0 0 36.0 39 19 19 2007 TAMPA BAY 1-6 7.59 10 10 0 0 0 51.0 69 45 43 Durham 7-8 3.38 21 21 1 0 0 128.0 110 63 48 2008 TAMPA BAY 6-1 2.22 64 0 0 0 3 89.1 62 29 22 2009 TAMPA BAY 7-5 2.84 69 0 0 0 17 66.2 47 22 21 2010 DNP - Injured 2011 TAMPA BAY 2-3 6.16 46 0 0 0 1 30.2 30 24 21 Durham 0-0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 3.2 5 4 0 Charlotte 0-1 2.70 3 3 0 0 0 3.1 3 1 1 2012 TAMPA BAY 1-0 3.04 55 0 0 0 0 50.1 39 17 17 Major League-7 years 21-23 4.42 267 33 0 0 21 403.0 372 217 198 Minor League-5 years 26-17 3.16 70 64 1 0 0 353.2 311 154 124 HR 1 9 1 2 2 4 2 3 8 16 6 7 5 0 0 7 46 27 HB 2 6 1 1 3 3 4 0 3 8 4 3 2 0 0 4 25 19 BB 12 39 19 5 24 14 15 14 21 34 39 33 18 1 1 22 186 125 SO WP 38 9 54 7 29 3 23 2 48 5 33 1 49 0 33 3 49 3 145 7 92 5 79 3 26 5 4 42 375 374 2 1 0 1 22 30 BK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 2 AVG .190 .264 .286 .188 .202 .310 .260 .287 .318 .229 .194 .197 .259 .333 .231 .223 .246 .239

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J.P. HOWELLS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2005 Royals 2007 Rays 2008 Rays Totals AVG .000 .333 .000 .200 G 15 10 64 89 AB 3 6 1 10 R 0 1 0 1 H 0 2 0 2 2B 0 0 0 0 3B 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 1 0 1 SH 0 0 0 0 SF 0 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 0 BB 0 0 0 0 SO 1 2 1 4 SB 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 OBP .000 .333 .000 .200 SLG .000 .333 .000 .200

J.P. HOWELLS CAREER WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2009 United States Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 G 3 3 GS 0 0 CG 0 0 SHO 0 0 SV 0 0 IP 3.1 3.1 H 2 2 R 0 0 ER 0 0 HR 0 0 HBP 0 0 BB 2 2 SO 3 3 WP 0 0 BK 0 0

J.P. HOWELLS CAREER POSTSEASON PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2008 ALDS: TB vs. CWS ALCS: TB vs. BOS WS: TB vs. PHI 2011 ALDS: TB vs. TEX Postseason Totals LDS Totals LCS Totals WS Totals W-L 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-2 ERA 0.00 3.38 7.71 --- 3.00 0.00 3.38 7.71 G 3 6 3 1 13 4 6 3 GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 4.1 5.1 2.1 0.0 12.0 4.1 5.1 2.1 H 2 5 2 1 10 3 5 2 R 0 2 2 0 10 0 2 2 ER 0 2 2 0 4 0 2 2 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HBP 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 BB 0 3 1 0 4 0 3 1 SO 6 6 5 0 0 6 6 5 WP 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

J.P. HOWELLS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched S  tarter: Most Innings Pitched R  eliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None 8.0, June 3, 2007 vs. KC 3.0 (6 times), last: May 11, 2008 vs. LAA 8, Sept. 26, 2007 at NYY Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 9, June 8, 2007 at FLA 5, Sept. 8, 2005 at CWS 6 games (2 times), last: June 6-July 25, 2009 6 games, June 14-Sept. 26 2007

J.P. HOWELLS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .988 G 267 PO 27 A 53 E 1 TC 81 DP 5

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Kansas City in the first round (31st overall) of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Tampa Bay from Kansas City in excahnge for Joe Gathright (OF) and Fernando Cortez (IF) on June 20, 2006 Signed by Los Angeles as a free agent on January 7, 2013

DISABLED LIST
 March 26-Nov. 2, 2006 (left shoulder) March 22-May 20, 2011 (recovery from left shoulder surgery)

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Kenley Jansen

Right-handed pitcher

BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 260 Opening Day Age: 25 M.L. Service: 2.073 Born: Sept. 30, 1987 in Willemstad, Curacao Residence: Willemstad, Curacao Acquired: Signed as a non-drafted free agent on Nov. 17, 2004

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Career Highlights
H  ard-throwing reliever enters his fourth Major League season (all with the Dodgers) with an 8-4 career record, a 2.22 ERA and 34 saves in 141 big league gamesconverted from a catcher to a pitcher during the 2009 season S  ince the start of the 2010 season, ranks among the Major League leaders (min. 125.0 IP) in ERA (2.22, 7th), opponents batting average (.148, 1st) and opponents slugging percentage (.237, 3rd) I  n his career, opponents have swung and missed on 35.7% of their attempts, which is the third-best mark in the Majors from 2010-12 (min 100 IP) H  as averaged 14.58 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched over the course of his career (236 SO/145.2 IP), the second-highest all-time mark among pitchers with 125.0 career innings (Craig Kimbrel, 15.89) S  et a new single-season Major League record by averaging 16.1 strikeouts per 9.0 innings in 2011 (mark was broken by Atlantas Craig Kimbrel in 2012 (16.66)  Set career highs in appearances (65), innings (65.0), wins (5), saves (25) and strikeouts (99) in 2012 R  anked among the NL relief leaders in wins (T-10th), saves (T-10th), strikeouts (3rd), ERA (2.35, 8th), opponents batting average (.146, 3rd) and WHIP (0.85, 3rd) in 2012 H  as struck out 236 batters in 145.2 career innings and fanned 167 through the first 100.0 innings of his career, the second-most all-time behind only Atlantas Craig Kimbrel (170 strikeouts) H  is 0.67 ERA in 2010 was the fourth lowest by a rookie with a minimum of 25.0 innings in Major League history LOWEST Opp. batting avg.,  Made his Major League debut on July 24, 2010 and tossed a 2012 MLB relievers perfect inningstruck out the Mets Angel Pagan and David Player avg Wright for the first two outs of his careerpicked up his first career victory on Sept. 11, 2010 at Houstonrecorded 1. Craig Kimbrel, ATL. ................................. .126 his first save on July 25, 2010 against the Mets at Dodger 2. Aroldis Chapman, CIN........................... .141 Stadium 3. Kenley Jansen, LAD......................... .146  Earned the save in the Double-A Southern League All-Star 4. Ernesto Frieri, SD/LAA......................... .152 Game on July 12, 2010 and was named to Baseball Americas second team as a relief pitcher in their season-ending 2010 5. Grant Balfour, OAK............................... .160 minor league awards issue  Had a .229 career batting average with 15 homers and 97 RBI in five minor league seasons  Played for Team Netherlands in 2009 World Baseball Classic and batted .143 (1-for-13) in five games  In 2008, selected to the Midwest League All-Star Game as a catcher  Originally signed by the Dodgers as a non-drafted free agent on Nov. 17, 2004

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S  et career highs in appearances (65), innings (65.0), wins (5), saves (25) and strikeouts (99) in his third big league season R  anked among the NL relief leaders in wins (T-10th), saves (T-10th), strikeouts (3rd), ERA (2.35, 8th), opponents batting average (.146, 3rd) and WHIP (0.85, 3rd)  Successfully converted 25 of 32 save opportunities after taking over as the clubs full-time closer in May 176

R  ecorded saves over three consecutive days twice in 2012, doing so from July 3-5 and also June 4-6 L  imited first batters to a .158 batting average (9-for-57) with 32 strikeouts  Allowed four of 12 inherited runners to score H  eld opposing hitters to a .146 batting average, equally keeping right-handers (.145, 16-for-110) and left-handers (.147, 17-for-116) in check L  imited opponents to a .211 average with runners in scoring position (8-for-38) and to a .181 mark with runners on base (13-for-72)

All-Time strikeouts/9 innings (Min. 125.0 career Ip) Player SO/9 1.Craig Kimbrel......................................... 15.89 2. Kenley Jansen................................ 14.58 3. Aroldis Chapman.................................. 14.13 4. Rob Dibble.............................................12.17 5. David Robertson.................................. 12.03

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D  id not allow a hit over 9.0 scoreless innings in nine appearances from June 15-July 13...walked two, struck out 14 and went a perfect 6-for-6 in save opportunities in that span...had two other runs of 8.0 or more of consecutive scoreless innings, doing so from April 15-29 (8.2 IP, 9 G) and July 17-Aug. 4 (8.1 IP, 8 G) D  id not appear in a game between Aug. 28-Sept. 19 after suffering an irregular heartbeat during his Aug. 27 appearance at Colorado  Had ablation heart surgery on Oct. 23 performed by Dr. Koonwalee Nademanee at White Memorial Hospital

2011
D  ominated during the second half of the season and established a new Major League record by averaging 16.10 strikeouts per nine innings, besting the mark previously held by Carlos Marmol (15.99, 2010) L  imited opponents to a .159 batting average (30-for-189), which ranked third among Major League pitchers (min. 50.0 IP) M  ade his first Opening Day roster, but struggled during the month of April and was optioned to Double-A Chattanooga on May 1...returned on May 6, but was placed on the disabled list with right shoulder inflammation on May 29...was activated on June 18 A  fter being activated on June 18, went 1-0 with a 0.55 ERA (2 ER/32.2 IP) in his final 31 games...limited the opposition to a .094 average (10-for-106) and did not allow a homer over that time...struck out 61 batters over his final 32.2 innings pitched W  as hospitalized with an irregular heartbeat after his July 26 outing...was placed on the disabled list on July 29 due to blood thinning medication taken to treat the irregular heartbeat...was activated on Aug. 25 and remained healthy the rest of the season O  verall, went 2-1 with a 2.85 ERA and five saves in 51 games... allowed three homers on the season and none after April 19 S  truck out 96 in 53.2 innings pitched...his 96 Ks were tied for fifth among Major League relievers (ranked second among MLB rookies)  Finished tied for seventh in the NL Rookie of the Year balloting  P osted a 1.71 ERA (5 ER/26.1 IP) while limiting opponents to a .143 average in 23 road games D  id not allow a run over 17 games (19.0 IP) from June 1 to Aug. 30...the 19.0-inning scoreless streak was the longest by a Dodger reliever in 2011  W ith runners in scoring position and two outs, opponents went 3-for-26 (.115) with 16 strikeouts  Held batters to a .148 mark (13-for-88) in close and late situations  Only one of 21 inherited runners scored off him (95.2 %) B  atters swung and missed at 38.3 % of his pitches, which was the second-best mark in baseball, behind Craig Kimbrels 38.6 swing-and-miss pct. (min. 30 games)  Struck out a career-high-tying four batters on four different occasions I  n 23 games after the All-Star break, went 1-0 and 4-for-4 in save opportunities while posting a 0.78 ERA (2 ER/23.0 IP)

2010
F  inished the season 1-0 with a 0.67 ERA (2 ER/27.0 IP) and four saves in 25 games...his ERA was the fourth lowest by a rookie with a minimum of 25.0 innings in Major League history R  ecalled on July 23 from Double-A Chattanooga, where he was 4-0 with eight saves and a 1.67 ERA (5 ER/27.0 IP) in 22 games as the closerbegan the season with Single-A Inland Empire and appeared in 11 games for the 66ersearned the save in the Double-A All-Star Game on July 12

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 W ith Los Angeles, struck out 41 and walked just 15 in his 27.0 innings A  veraged 13.7 strikeouts per nine inning, which ranked third in the Major Leagues among pitchers with at least 20.0 innings pitched  Despite pitching in just 25 games, his 41 strikeouts tied for ninth among all rookie relievers jansen L  imited hitters to a .130 batting average (12-for-92) with just three extra-base hits (all doubles)righthanders hit .064 (3-for-48) against him and lefties .205 (9-for-44)  Batters were just 4-for-40 (.100) off him during the day  No. 3 batters were 1-for-13 against him and cleanup hitters 1-for-10 T  he opposition hit .071 (3-for-42) with runners on base and .091 (2-for-22) with runners in scoring position batters were 1-for-12 (.083) with RISP and two outs  Faced 109 batters and retired 80 of them A  llowed just one run at home over 12 appearances (13.0 IP)his ERA on the road was even better at 0.64 (1 ER/14.0 IP) H  ad three saves in three opportunities and did not allow a single run against the National League West over 14.1 innings (13 games) M  ade his big league debut on July 24 and tossed a perfect inningstruck out the Mets Angel Pagan and David Wright for the first two outs of his career E  arned four saves on the season, including July 25 vs. NYM, which was his second Major League gamethe other saves came on Sept. 24, Sept. 28 and Oct. 2  Struck out a career-high four batters over 2.0 innings on Aug. 26 at Milwaukee  Picked up his first Major League victory on Sept. 11 at Houston, firing a perfect eighth inning T  ossed a season-high 2.0 innings on four separate occasions (8/20, 8/26, 8/29, 9/29)each time he threw 2.0 scoreless frames W  as the Dodgers Farmers Insurance September Player of the Month after giving up just one run and four hits in 10 games during the month (11.0 IP)  Closed out the season by tossing 12.1 straight scoreless innings N  amed to Baseball Americas second team as a relief pitcher in their season-ending minor league awards issue

2009
 Opened the season at Single-A Inland Empire and hit .202 (18-for-89) with a homer and 11 RBI in 26 games P  romoted to Triple-A Albuquerque on May 29 and appeared in eight games, batting .185 (5-for-27) with two RBI in eight gamescollected all of his hits off right-handed pitching, going 5-for-17 (.294) A  ctivated by Inland Empire on July 29 and converted to a pitcher, allowing six runs in 11.2 innings (4.63 ERA) in 12 relief appearancesstruck out 19 and walked 11 batters F  ollowing the season, played for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League, allowing five runs in 4.2 innings (9.64 ERA) in five relief appearancesexcluding his final appearance, when he allowed four runs in 0.2 inning, allowed just one run in 4.0 innings (2.25 ERA) in four appearancesoverall, struck out nine and walked only three batters P  layed for Team Netherlands in the 2009 World Baseball Classic, going 1-for-13 with a walk in five games singled off Team USAs Roy Oswalt in a second-round matchup

2008
S  pent the entire campaign with Single-A Great Lakes and batted .227 with 15 doubles R  anked fourth on the club with nine homers and fifth on the team with 27 RBI in 79 games as a midseason Midwest League All-Star, going 0-for-1 with a walk in the contest STRikeout LEADERS, 2012 MLB RELIEVERS Player STRIKEOUTS 1. Aroldis Chapman, CIN..............................122 2. Craig Kimbrel, ATL................................... 116 3. Kenley Jansen, LAD.............................99 4t. Ernesto Frieri, SD/LAA...........................98 4t. David Hernandez, ARI............................98

2007
S  plit the season between Single-A Great Lakes and Rookieadvanced Ogden B  atted .102 (6-for-59) with one home run and six RBI in 20 games for Great Lakes and hit .240 (44-for-183) with two homers and 22 RBI in 53 games for Ogden

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P  layed for West Oahu of the Hawaii Winter Baseball League following the season, batting .206 with two RBI in 21 games

2006
S  pent the entire season with the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Dodgers, batting .248 with a home run and 10 RBI in 35 games P  layed for North Shore of the Hawaii Winter Baseball League following the season, hitting .121 (4-for-33) with two RBI in nine games jansen

2005
O  pened the season with Rookie-level Gulf Coast League, batting .304 (31-for-102) with one home run and 18 RBI in 34 games before being promoted to Rookie-advanced Ogden on Aug. 26  Went 2-for-11 (.182) with an RBI in three games with Ogden to close the season

Personal
 enley Jansenresides in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles...wears the No. 74 because that is his house number K in Curacaoparticipated in the Dodgers 2012 and 2013 Community Caravansin 2011, visited young patients at White Memorial Hospital several weeks after being treated for an irregular heartbeat at the same facility attended the Dodgers 2010 Winter Development Programtraveled with the Dodgers to Taiwan in March 2010took part in a Players Trust alumni event at MLBs Urban Youth Academy in Compton on Aug. 23, 2011 signed as a non-drafted free agent on Nov. 17, 2004signed by scouts Camilo Pascual and Rolando Chirino.

KENLEY JANSENs CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2009 Inland Empire 2010 LOS ANGELES Chattanooga Inland Empire 2011 LOS ANGELES Chattanooga Rancho Cucamonga 2012 LOS ANGELES Major League-3 years Dodger Totals-3 years Minor League-3 years W-L 0-0 1-0 4-0 1-1 2-1 0-1 0-0 5-3 8-4 8-4 5-2 ERA 4.63 0.67 1.67 1.50 2.85 4.50 0.00 2.35 2.22 2.22 2.37 G 12 25 22 11 51 5 2 65 141 141 52 GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 4 8 0 5 0 0 25 34 34 8 IP 11.2 27.0 27.0 18.0 53.2 6.0 2.0 65.0 145.2 145.2 64.2 H 14 12 14 15 30 2 0 33 75 75 45 R 6 2 6 3 17 3 0 18 37 37 18 ER 6 2 5 3 17 3 0 17 36 36 17 HR 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 6 9 9 2 HB 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 6 6 0 BB 11 15 17 6 26 3 0 22 63 63 37 SO WP 19 1 41 1 50 3 28 1 96 0 9 0 4 0 99 3 236 4 236 4 110 5 BK 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 AVG .298 .130 .151 .231 .159 .111 .000 .146 .148 .148 .197

KENLEY JANSENs CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2010 Dodgers Totals AVG 1.000 1.000 G 26 26 AB 1 1 R 1 1 H 1 1 2B 0 0 3B 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0 SH 0 0 SF 0 0 HP 0 0 BB 1 1 SO 0 0 SB 0 0 CS 0 0 OBP 1.000 1.000 SLG 1.000 1.000

KENLEY JANSENs CAREER WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2009 Netherlands Totals AVG .077 .077 G 5 5 AB 13 13 R 0 0 H 1 1 2B 0 0 3B 0 0 HR 0 0 RBI 0 0 SH 0 0 SF 0 0 HP 0 0 BB 1 1 SO 6 6 SB 0 0 CS 0 0 OBP .143 .143 SLG .077 .077

KENLEY JANSENs CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched - Starter: Most Innings Pitched - Reliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None None 2.0 (9 times), last: April 7, 2012 at SD 5, April 19, 2011 vs. ATL Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 4 (5 times), last: Sept. 3, 2011 at ATL 2 (14 times), last: July 21, 2012 at NYM 5 games, Sept. 6, 2011-May 26, 2012 3 games, June 11-July 14, 2012

KENLEY JANSENs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .929 G 141 PO 4 A 9 E 1 TC 14 DP 1

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  igned by Los Angeles as a non-drafted free agent on Nov. 17, 2004

DISABLED LIST
May 29-June 17, 2011 (right shoulder inflammation) July 29-Aug. 25, 2011 (irregular heartbeat)

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Matt Kemp
outfielder
Career Highlights

@therealmattkemp

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 214 Opening Day Age: 28 M.L. Service: 6.049 Born: Sept. 23, 1984 in Midwest City, OK Residence: Los Angeles, CA Acquired: Selected in the sixth round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

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A  ll-Star outfielder and one of the most talented players in baseball gutted out a tough 2012 campaign, beset by injuries and ending in postseason surgery on his left shoulder...is signed with Los Angeles though 2019 I  n seven Major League seasons, is hitting .295 with 151 homers and 526 RBI in 893 career games...in just five full Major League seasons, ranks sixth in Los Angeles Dodger history in batting average (min. 1800 at-bats), fifth in slugging percentage (.501) and ninth in home runs I  s a two-time All-Star (2011, 2012), has won a pair of Rawlings Gold Gloves in center field (2009, 2011) and won two Silver Sluggers (2009, 2011) S  lugged 116 home runs over the last four seasons, tied for the fifth-most in the NL over that time H  is 126 homers as a center fielder rank third in franchise history, trailing just Duke Snider (355) and Willie Davis (154) H  is 868 career games in the outfield already rank fourth in Los Angeles Dodger history, just 31 contests behind Raul Mondesi (899) for third H  is 51 outfield assists since 2008 rank second in the NL over that time, trailing only Hunter Pence (63) HIGHEST CAREER AVG vs. LEFTACTIVE PLAYERS (min. 750 PA) Player avg 1. Ryan Braun............................................ .344 2. Matt Kemp...................................... .344 3. Freddy Sanchez.................................... .342 4. Derek Jeter............................................ .338 5. David Wright......................................... .338 6. Albert Pujols......................................... .334

A  warded NL Player of the Week honors for the periods of April 4-8 and April 9-15, 2012 to become the first player to win back-to-back National League Player of the Week honors to begin a season and was the first player ever to win the award for three consecutive weeks (dating back to the week of Sept. 25, 2011) since the awards inception in 1974 P  osted one of the best offensive months in club history in April 2012 and was unanimously voted as the Budweiser Presents National League Player of the Month, leading the Majors with a .417 batting average (35-for-84), 12 home runs and an .893 slugging percentage, while topping the NL in RBI (25), hits (35) and runs (24)his 12 April homers set a new franchise record as he joined Tony Perez (CIN, 1970), Larry Walker (COL, 1997) and Barry Bonds (SF, 2004) as the only four players since 1921 to finish April with a .400 batting average, 10 or more homers and at least 20 RBI

H  ad at least one RBI in nine consecutive games from Sept. 25, 2011-April 10, 2012, tying the Dodger franchise record held by Roy Campanella (May 30-June 5, 1955) and Augie Galan (Sept. 18-28, 1944) I  n 2011, finished second in the NL MVP voting and fell one home run shy of becoming the fifth 40/40 player in baseball history...selected as Baseball Americas Major League Player of the Year, made a legitimate run at the Triple Crown and ranked among the NLs Top-4 in batting average (.324, 3rd), home runs (39,1st), RBI (126, 1st), runs (115, 1st), stolen bases (40, T-2nd), on-base percentage (.399, 4th), slugging percentage (.586, 2nd), hits (195, 2nd), multi-hit games (57, T-1st) and total bases (353, 1st)also tied for second in the NL with 40 stolen bases B  ecame the seventh player in history to finish the season ranked in the top three in homers, average, RBI and steals in their respective league, joining Hall of Famers Ty Cobb (1907, 1909, 1910, 1911), Honus Wagner (1908), George Sisler (1920), Chuck Klein (1932), Willie Mays (1955) and Hank Aaron (1963) as the only players to accomplish this feat...was the first Dodger to lead the National League in home runs and RBI since Dolph Camilli in 1941 and the first Dodger in franchise history to lead the NL in homers, RBI and runs...was the first player in franchise history and the 13th in Major League history with 30 home runs and 40 steals in the same season...was just the eighth LA Dodger to have 100 RBI and 100 or more runs in a single season

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U  p until his injury in May of 2012, held the longest active consecutive games played streak in the Major Leagues at 399 contests M  ade his big league debut on May 28, 2006 at Washingtonregistered his first hit that day off Nationals reliever Jon Rauch  Slugged his first big league homer on June 1, 2006 vs. Philadelphia off Gavin Floyd  Selected by the Dodgers in the sixth round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft kemp

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2012
L  ed the Dodgers with 23 homers and ranked among the club leaders in runs (74, 2nd), hits (122, 2nd), doubles (22, 2nd) and RBI (2nd) in an injury-shortened season E  lected to his second consecutive All-Star Game, but did not play due to injurydid participate in the Home Run Derby and captained the NL squad A  warded NL Player of the Week honors for the periods of April 4-8 and April 9-15 to become the first player to win back-to-back National League Player of the Week honors to begin a season and was the first player ever to win the award for three consecutive weeks (dating back to the week of Sept. 25, 2011) since the awards inception in 1974the only other player to capture consecutive Player of the Week awards to begin a season was Tony Armas, who accomplished the feat in the American League in 1981 while with the Oakland Athletics U  nanimously voted as the Budweiser Presents National League Player of the Month, leading the Majors with a .417 batting average (35-for-84), 12 home runs and an .893 slugging percentage, while topping the NL in RBI (25), hits (35) and runs (24)his 12 April homers set a new franchise record and were the fifth-most ever during the month behind Albert Pujols (14, 2006), Alex Rodriguez (14, 2007), Luis Gonzalez (13, 2001) and Ken Griffey, Jr. (13, 1997)joined Tony Perez (CIN, 1970), Larry Walker (COL, 1997) and Barry Bonds (SF, 2004) as the only four players since 1921 to finish April with a .400 batting average, 10 or more homers and at least 20 RBIhis 75 total bases in April tied for the eighth-most all-time FOR THE RECORD  Had at least one RBI in nine consecutive games from Kemp had an RBI in nine consecutive games from Sept. 25, 2011-April 10, 2012, tying the Dodger franchise Sept. 25, 2011-April 10, 2012, tying Roy Campanella record held by Roy Campanella (May 30-June 5, 1955) and Augie Galan (Sept. 18-28, 1944) (May 30-June 5, 1955) and Augie Galan (Sept. 18  Led the club with 11 game-winning RBI, including walk28, 1944) for the Dodger franchise record. off home runs on April 28 vs. Washington and July 17 vs. Philadelphia H  as hit 20 or more homers in four consecutive seasons, becoming the first Dodger to do so since Eric Karros (6, 1995-2000) B  atted .363 (45-for-124) against left-handers, the seventh-best mark in the Majors, with 11 of his 23 homers coming against lefties  Hit .292 with runners in scoring position (26-for-89) and batted .331 (58-for-175) with runners on base B  elted the 150th home run of his career on Sept. 29 against the Rockies with his second of two homers that nighthad two multi-homer games, April 14 vs. San Diego and Sept. 29 vs. Colorado  P osted 35 multi-hit games with Los Angeles going 31-4 in those contests H  ad one of the best seasons ever by a Dodger against the Padres, batting .406 (26-for-64) in 15 games against San Diego and ranking among the all-time Los Angeles single-season leaders in home runs (7, T-3rd), RBI (20, T-4th), slugging percentage (.813, 5th) H  ad appeared in a Major League-high 399 consecutive games until sitting out the contest on May 14missed a combined 51 games during two DL stints with a left hamstring strainthe club went a combined 24-27 in his absence U  nderwent left shoulder surgery on Oct. 5 to repair a tear of the labrumsurgery performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache

2011
M  ade a serious run at the NL Triple Crown and finished a homer shy of becoming just the fifth-ever player to post a 40-homer/40-steal season...won the 2011 Hank Aaron Award, took home his second career Rawlings Gold Glove and was awarded his second Silver Slugger...also selected as Baseball Americas Major League Player of the Year, was chosen as a Sporting News All-Star and named the National Leagues Most Outstanding Player in the Players Choice Award voting...chosen by teammates and coaches as the winner of LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide181

the sixth annual Roy Campanella Award, which is given to the Dodger player who best exemplifies the spirit and leadership of the late Hall of Fame catcher  Became the second Dodger to record 30 homers and 30 steals in the same season (Raul Mondesi, 1997, 99) R  anked among the National Leagues Top-4 in batting average (.324, 3rd), home runs (39, 1st), RBI (126, 1st), runs (115, 1st), stolen bases (40, T-2nd), on-base percentage (.399, 4th), slugging percentage (.586, 2nd), hits (195, 2nd), multi-hit games (57, T-1st) and total bases (353, 1st) B  ecame the seventh player in history to finish the season ranked in the top three in homers, average, RBI and steals in their respective league, joining Hall of Famers Ty Cobb (1907, 1909, 1910, 1911), Honus Wagner (1908), George Sisler (1920), Chuck Klein (1932), Willie Mays (1955) and Hank Aaron (1963) as the only players to accomplish this feat W  as the first Dodger to lead the National League in home runs and RBI since Dolph Camilli in 1941 and the first Dodger in franchise history to lead the NL in homers, RBI and runs O  ne of five players in Major League history to hit over 30 homers, steal more than 35 bases, drive in more than 100 runs and hit higher than .310, joining Ken Williams (1922), Barry Bonds (1992), Alex Rodriguez (1998) and Vladimir Guerrero (2002) L  ed the Major Leagues with three walk-off home runs (Aug. 27 vs. Colorado, April 17 vs. St. Louis and April 21 vs. Atlanta) H  it .335 with runners in scoring position (10th, NL) and .344 with runners on (3rd) B  atted .341 (45-for-132) vs. left-handers, which ranked fifth in the NL...his .319 average vs. right-handers ranked fourth in the league B  atted .322 with 22 homers and 67 RBI in 92 games before the All-Star break and hit .337 with 17 and 59 in 69 games after the Midsummer Classic H  is .329 average at home ranked seventh in the NL and his .319 mark on the road ranked fourth L  ed the club and tied for eighth in the NL with a career-high 74 walkstied for second in the Majors with 24 intentional walks...set a career high by walking four times on Aug. 30 vs. SD Matt Kemp waves to fans as the celebrity Grand Marshal of the 2013 Kingdom Day Parade in Los Angeles.

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H  ad a season-high four hits on June 27 at Minnesota, Aug. 10 vs. Philadelphia and Sept. 22 vs. San Francisco... went 4-for-7 with a homer and 14 RBI with the bases loaded  Hit .330 or higher in four different months: April (.362), June (.375), August (.330) and September (.343)  Ended the season with the Major Leagues longest active consecutive games played streak at 365 W  on the second Rawlings Gold Glove of his career and led all NL center fielders with 11 outfield assists...also led the Major Leagues with 1,380.0 innings played in center V  oted to start in the Midsummer Classic and went 1-for-2 with a walk and a run scored in his first All-Star appearance W  on NL Player of the Week honors for the week of Sept. 19-25, after hitting .423 (11-for-26) with three homers, four doubles, seven RBI and nine runs B  ecame the first player in franchise history and the 13th in Major League history with 30 home runs and 40 steals in the same season  Is just the eighth L.A. Dodger to have 100 RBI and 100 or more runs in a single season

2010
H  it a career-high 28 homers to go along with 89 RBI, 19 stolen bases, 25 doubles, 82 runs scored, six triples and a .249 batting averagewalked a career-best 53 times L  ed the Dodgers in homers, runs, RBI, games (162), at-bats (602) and strikeouts (170)his 28 homers were tied for 13th in the NL B  ecame the 11th Los Angeles Dodger and the seventh outfielder in club history to slug 25 or more home runs in consecutive seasonsthe last Dodger to accomplish the feat was Shawn Green in 2001 and 2002. 182

P  layed in all 162 games and ended the year playing in 204 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in the Major Leagues  Hit .295 (46-for-156) vs. left-handed pitching  Led the team with 59 extra-base hits and ranked third with 39 multi-hit games H  is 19 steals were second on the team to Rafael Furcal (22)was caught stealing 15 times, which ranked second in the NL  Among all big league center fielders, ranked third with 28 homers and fourth with 89 RBI  Hit .318 (28-for-88) with 15 RBI in 21 games batting third  Batted .294 (48-for-163) with eight of his 28 homers during the day E  stablished a new career high with 170 strikeouts, which was tied for fifth in the Major Leaguessurpassed his own Dodger franchise record, which was set in 2008 (153) H  ad seven home runs and 20 RBI in Aprilnamed the Dodgers Farmers Insurance Co-Player of the Month along with Andre Ethier O  n June 1, recorded his second career walk-off hit and first career walk-off home run in the Dodgers 1-0, 10-inning victory over Arizona  Set a career high by collecting five hits (5-for-5, HR, 2B) at San Diego on Aug. 2 L  aunched his fifth career grand slam on Sept. 28 at Colorado to help propel the Dodgers to a 7-6 victoryhis four RBI that night tied a season high set on Aug. 12 at Philadelphia H  omered in his last five games (Sept. 28-Oct. 3), establishing a new career best for consecutive games with a home runearlier in the season, homered in four straight contests from April 13-16  Started 150 of 162 games in center fieldhis 1,346.0 innings in center ranked second in the NL kemp

2009
 Established career highs with 26 homers, 101 RBI, 97 runs scored, 52 walks and 159 games played R  anked third in the National League in stolen baseswas 34-for-42 in stolen-base attempts overall, an 81.0 percent success rate J  oined Andre Ethier as the two Dodgers with 100-RBI seasons, the first set of Dodger teammates to turn the trick since 2001 (Shawn Green - 125 and Gary Sheffield - 100)...reached the 100-RBI plateau on Sept. 24 at Washington with a three-run homer  Became the first Dodger in franchise history with at least 25 homers, 100 RBI and 30 stolen bases in a season W  ith 26 homers and 34 steals, became the first Dodger player to hit 20 homers with 20 stolen bases since Shawn Green in 2001became just the eighth player in franchise lore to accomplish the feat, joining Babe Herman (1929), Willie Davis (1962), Davey Lopes (1979), Pedro Guerrero (1982-83), Kirk Gibson (1988), Raul Mondesi (1995, 1997, and 1999) and Green (2000-2001) R  anked third in the Majors with 14 outfield assists...only Bostons Jason Bay and Houstons Hunter Pence had more with 15  Ranked 11th in the NL with 139 strikeouts  Started seven games in right field when Andre Ethier had the day off B  elted three grand slams, which tied him for second in the Majors with Ryan Howard, Hanley Ramirez and Cody Ross, trailing only Albert Pujols five...hit grand slams on April 19 vs. Colorado, May 7 vs. Washington and July 10 at Milwaukee to run his career total to four H  omered in a career-high four straight games from Aug. 29-Sept. 1including that four-game streak, homered in five of six games from Aug. 27-Sept. 1became the first Dodger to hit a homer in four straight games since Hee-Seop Choi did so from June 10-14, 2005 S  lugged two home runs April 19 vs. Colorado, his second career multi-homer game (also June 11, 2006 at Colorado)  Hit 13 homers at Dodger Stadium and 13 on the road  Led the team in August with nine homers...hit no more than four in any other calendar month H  omered on Opening Day, April 6, at San Diego, a solo shot in the seventh off Jake Peavy that closed out the scoring in the Dodgers 4-1 win  Dodgers went 19-6 in games he homered  Batted .362 (50-for-138) against left-handers to rank sixth in the NL L  ed the team with 49 multi-hit games, one more than Andre Ethieralso logged a team-best 16 games with three or more hits LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide183

O  pened the season with a 14-game hitting streak from April 6-21, batting .392 (20-for-51) with five doubles, two triples, three home runs, 14 RBI and 12 runs scoredwas the longest season-opening streak in the Majors  Logged a career-high five consecutive multi-hit games from July 5-10, batting .619 (13-for-21) H  ad a 10-game hitting streak from May 27-June 5, batting .438 (14-for-32) with two homers and two RBI had a 13-game hitting streak from Sept. 7-22, when he batted.291 (16-for-55) with nine RBI and 13 runs scored H  ad 10 RBI in extra innings, which was the most in baseball since Juan Gonzalez had 11 in 1991 with Texas became the first National League player with a double-digit extra-inning RBI season since Tim Wallach had 11 for the Expos in 1982 C  ollected five RBI in a game four times, joining Albert Pujols as the only players in baseball with four games with at least five RBIhad five RBI on April 19 vs. Colorado, May 7 vs. Washington, Aug. 2 at Atlanta and Aug. 4 vs. Milwaukee L  ed the Dodgers in August with 27 RBI and 22 runs scored in 28 gamesbatted .313 (35-for-112) during the month, second to Andre Ethiers .333 average (38-for-114) S  cored a career-high four runs on July 19 vs. Houston...had a season-high four hits on Aug. 4 vs. Milwaukee... laced a game-tying RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning on Sept. 15 vs. Pittsburgh (Dodgers went on to win 5-4 in 13 innings)...stole two bases in a game five times: April 16 vs. San Francisco, May 4 vs. Arizona, May 28 at Chicago Cubs, June 17 vs. Oakland and Aug. 15 at Arizona  Belted two homers and four RBI during the 2009 Postseasonstarted all eight contests in center field

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2008
E  njoyed a breakout season, batting .290 with 38 doubles, 18 homers, 76 RBI and 35 steals in a career-high 155 games S  tarted 144 games, the highest total among the clubs outfielders...started 92 times in center field and 52 times in right field R  anked second on the team in home runs, and tied Andre Ethier for the team lead in doubles...was second on the club in steals behind only Juan Pierres 40...finished tied for seventh in the National League in steals with Floridas Hanley Ramirez...became the youngest Dodger to steal at least 35 bases since Mariano Duncan swiped 38 bags in 1985 as a 22-year-old E  stablished a Dodger franchise single-season record with 153 strikeouts, breaking the previous mark of 149 set by Billy Grabarkewitz in 1970...his record-breaking 150th strikeout came as a pinch-hitter on Sept. 26 at San Francisco against Brian Wilson...ranked sixth in the NL in strikeouts W  as the clubs primary leadoff hitter during July and August, starting in the leadoff slot in 39 of 52 games from July 1-Aug. 28 (Juan Pierre hit leadoff in the other 13 games)...batted .291 (50-for-172) with 10 doubles, five homers, 16 RBI and 27 runs scored in those 39 games F  inished tied for second in the Majors with 16 outfield assists behind only Nick Markakis (17)...tied for third on the Los Angeles Dodger single-season list behind Frank Howard (19 in 1962) and Gary Sheffield (17 in 2001) H  it .369 (62-for-168) against left-handers to rank fifth in the Majors  Led the club with 51 RBI at the All-Star break MOST HOME RUNS, LOS ANGELES DODGERS Player HR 1. Eric Karros (1991-2002)...........................270 2. Ron Cey (1971-82)...................................228 3. Steve Garvey (1969-82)........................... 211 4. Mike Piazza (1992-98)............................. 177 5. Pedro Guerrero (1978-88)........................ 171 6. Raul Mondesi (1993-99)......................... 163 7. Shawn Green (2000-04)......................... 162 8. Willie Davis (1960-73). ............................ 154 9. Matt Kemp (2006-current)..................151 10. Adrian Beltre (1998-2004)....................147

 Had a team-best 80 hits and team-high 46 runs scored after the All-Star break  Hit safely in 26 of 27 games from July 1-Aug. 1, batting .321 (36-for-112) with 15 RBI H  is 19-game hitting streak from July 9-Aug. 1 (.359, 28-for-78)...was the longest by a Dodger since Nomar Garciaparras 22-gamer from June 16-July 13, 2006...also had a 12-game hitting streak from April 25-May 7, when he hit .400 (20-for-50) with 19 RBI W  ith his 30th steal on Aug. 30 at Arizona, became just the fifth Los Angeles Dodger to record at least 30 doubles and 30 stolen bases in the same season...joined Steve Sax (43 doubles and 40 steals in 1986), Rafael Furcal (37 steals and 32 doubles in 2006), Raul Mondesi (32 steals and 42 doubles in 1997) and Bill Buckner (31 steals and 30 doubles in 1974) W  as named the Bank of America National League Player of the Week for the week of April 28-May 4...batted .407 (11-for-27) with four doubles, 11 RBI and seven runs 184

 Hit a grand slam on April 26 vs. Colorado off Mark Redman as part of a 10-run first inning C  ollected a career-high four hits on May 19 vs. Cincinnati and Sept. 17 at Pittsburgh...also had four hits on Aug. 22, 2007 at Philadelphia and Sept. 4, 2007 at the Chicago Cubs E  stablished a career high with five RBI on April 26 vs. Colorado...all five came in the same inning to tie a Los Angeles Dodger record also held by Jeff Kent and Dusty Baker O  n June 5, was suspended by Major League Baseball for four games for his involvement in a June 2 scuffle with Colorados Yorvit Torrealba...the tussle began after Torrealba tagged Kemp on a dropped-third strike... suspension was later reduced to two games

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2007
M  ade the Opening Day roster for the first time in his career and went on to post the fourth-highest singleseason batting average (.342) in Los Angeles Dodger history, behind Mike Piazza (.362 in 1997), Tommy Davis (.346 in 1962), and Piazza (.346 in 1995) (min. 300 PA) H  is .342 average was the best in the National League and third-highest mark in baseball among players with 300 or more plate appearances, behind only Magglio Ordonez (.363) and Ichiro Suzuki (.353) B  egan the season hitting .429 (6-for-14) in five games, but went on the 15-day disabled list on April 10 with a mild shoulder separation suffered while crashing into the right field wall during the home opener on April 9 A  ctivated from the DL and optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on April 27...hit .339 with four homers and 20 RBI for the 51s and also had a 14-game hit streak that was snapped on June 7...was recalled from Las Vegas for good on June 8  Crushed left-handed pitching, hitting .390 (39-for-100)  Hit .333 (26-for-78) with runners in scoring position S  tarted batting in the No. 3 spot in August and found a home, hitting .398 with four homers and 17 RBI in that slot A  ppeared in 88 games in right field and made four errors in 135 total chances...also played six errorless games in center field O  n June 12 vs. the Mets, hit the first Loge Level home run at Dodger Stadium since Olmedo Saenz did so on July 27, 2005...was the second of back-to-back-to-back home runs off John Maine O  f his 10 home runs, nine came at Dodger Stadium, meaning 13 of his 17 homers have been hit at home in his big league career I  n Dodger victories, batted .427 (64-for-150) with seven homers and 33 RBI...in losses, was held to a .254 average, three homers and nine RBI  Batted .373 with four homers and 36 RBI with runners on base  Hit .352 (51-for-145) on the road  Batted .400 (36-for-90) in day games  Hit .383 (18-for-47) with a homer, five RBI and three stolen bases in the month of June  Drove in a run in six consecutive games from Aug. 14-22, equaling the Dodger season high  Hit .382 (34-for-89) with a homer and nine RBI in September  Robbed Jim Edmonds of a home run by leaping above the center field wall on Aug. 11 at St. Louis L  ed the team with four home runs in Spring Training...finished the spring with a .246 average, nine RBI and a team-high-tying 11 runs scored

2006
B  egan the year at Double-A Jacksonville after an invitation to big league Spring Training...recalled on May 28 when he was hitting .327 with seven homers, 34 RBI and 11 steals while leading Jacksonville in nine offensive categories M  ade his Major League debut on May 28 and went 1-for-4 at Washington...collected his first big league hit with a single in the eighth inning off Nationals reliever Jon Rauch  Registered first RBI, stolen base, multi-hit game and multi- RBI game on May 29 at Atlanta S  lugged his first Major League homer on June 1 in his second Dodger Stadium at-bat off Philadelphias Gavin Floyd...homered in three straight games from June 1-3 vs. Philadelphia H  omered twice off Rockies starter Aaron Cook in the Dodgers 6-5 win on June 11 to record his first multihomer game A  ccording to SABRs David Vincent, became the first Dodger and fifth Major Leaguer in history to hit seven homers in his first 18 days in the bigs, joining the Yankees Dusty Rhodes (1952), the Cubs Mandy Brooks LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide185

(1925), Pittsburghs Dino Restelli (1949) and Seattles Alvin Davis (1984) B  ecame the first Dodger to hit four homers in his first 10 games with the team since Jimmy Wynn in 1974, though Wynn was not a rookie (Source: Elias Sports Bureau)  Joined Dick Gray (1958) as the only Dodger to launch three homers in his first seven days in the Major Leagues kemp  Homered to tie the game in his first-career pinch-hit appearance on June 14 at San Diego W  as optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on July 14...in 44 games for the 51s, hit .368 with three homers, 36 RBI and 14 stolen bases...recalled on Sept. 1  Ranked by Foxsports.com as the 40th-best prospect in baseball entering the season  Rated as the Best Athlete in the Dodger farm system by Baseball America heading into the season  Played for the Estrellas de Oriente and Tigres de Licey in the Dominican Winter League

2005
 Named the Florida State League Player of the Week for May 16-22  Named the Topps Florida State League Player of the Month for July  Selected to the Florida State League season-end All-Star team as a designated hitter  Set Single-A Vero Beach franchise records in home runs (27) and slugging percentage (.569)  Named the Dodgers Minor League Player of the Month for August  Led the Vero Beach Dodgers in RBI (90) and total bases (238), while sharing the lead in steals (23) P  layed for the Phoenix Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League, helping them to the AFL championship - went 4-for-4 with two home runs in the AFL Championship game  Finished the AFL hitting .383 with three home runs, 16 RBI and a .414 on-base percentage  Ranked as the eighth-best prospect in the Dodger minor league system by Baseball America  Rated as the Best Athlete in the Dodger farm system by Baseball America

2004
I  n a combined 123 games for Columbus and Vero Beach, batted .293, compiling 18 home runs, 27 doubles and 75 RBI, playing 113 games in right field  Hit .325 (26-for-80) with eight RBI in June for Columbus  Also hit .325 (37-for-114) in July  On July 23 at Rome, hit three home runs and drove in five runs  Was batting .304 in 15 games for Columbus before being promoted to Vero Beach  Was named the Florida State League Player of the Week for Aug. 23-29

2003
B  egan his professional career with the Gulf Coast Dodgers, batting .270 with one homer and 17 RBI in 42 games

Personal
 atthew Ryan Kemp...has been active in the Los Angeles community since 2007signed autographed and M greeted fans at the 2013 Dodger FanFest...his involvement has included field dedications including a Dodgers Dreamfield at Mona Park in Compton in 2011made a donation to the Regional Bank of Oklahoma during the 2010 offseason as part of his Score Against Hunger campaignmade special Christmas visits to Sweet Alice in Watts and City of Hope Hospital in Duarte during the 2011 offseasonhas personally raised more than $400,000 for families affected by autism at his annual Spring Training fundraiserin 2012, Kemp made appearances on behalf of the annual March of Dimes Be A Hero for Babies Day, hosted an event to raise funds for the Dodgers Dream Foundation, served as a spokesperson for Coaching Corps and made numerous hospital visitsserved as the celebrity Grand Marshal in the 28th annual Kingdom Day Parade in South Los Angeles this past January along with teammate Clayton Kershaw, he was honored by the Negro Leagues Museum in January 2012 with a Legacy Awardcreated a community initiative called Kemps Kids in 2008 and has continued that program that hosts area youth at several games at Dodger Stadiumhas participated for several years in both the Dodgers annual Community Caravan and the Dodgers Dream Foundation Bowling Extravaganzaalso participated in the Dodgers annual Holiday party for local school childrenwas recruited by the University of Oklahoma as a basketball playerwas teammates on an AAU team with NBA player Shelden Williamsselected by the Dodgers in the sixth round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft and signed by scout Mike Leuzinger.

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Matt Kemps CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG 2003 GCL Dodgers .270 2004 Columbus .288 Vero Beach .351 2005 Vero Beach .306 2006 LOS ANGELES .253 Las Vegas .368 Jacksonville .327 2007 LOS ANGELES .342 Las Vegas .329 2008 LOS ANGELES .290 2009 LOS ANGELES .297 2010 LOS ANGELES .249 2011 LOS ANGELES .324 2012 LOS ANGELES .303 Albuquerque .500 Rancho Cucamonga .429 Major League-6 years .295 Dodger Totals-6 years .295 Minor League-6 years .314 G 43 111 11 109 52 44 48 98 39 155 159 162 161 106 4 4 893 893 413 AB 159 423 37 418 154 182 199 292 161 606 606 602 602 403 16 14 3265 3265 1609 R 11 67 5 76 30 37 38 47 32 93 97 82 115 74 6 2 538 538 274 H 43 122 13 128 39 67 65 100 53 176 180 150 195 122 8 6 962 962 505 2B 5 22 5 21 7 14 15 12 16 38 25 25 33 22 2 1 162 162 101 3B HR 2 1 8 17 0 1 4 27 1 7 6 3 2 7 5 10 3 4 5 18 7 26 6 28 4 39 2 23 0 2 0 0 30 151 30 151 25 62 RBI 17 66 9 90 23 36 34 42 20 76 101 89 126 69 6 4 526 526 282 SH 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 SF HBP 2 0 5 5 1 0 5 5 3 0 0 2 0 5 3 0 1 2 3 1 6 3 9 4 7 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 34 17 34 17 14 19 BB 7 24 4 25 9 17 20 16 10 46 52 53 74 40 0 2 290 290 109 SO 25 100 12 92 53 26 38 66 26 153 139 170 159 103 2 4 843 843 325 SB 2 8 2 23 6 14 11 10 9 35 34 19 40 9 0 0 153 153 69 CS 1 7 1 6 0 3 2 5 2 11 8 15 11 4 0 0 54 54 22 OBP SLG .298 .346 .330 .499 .405 .568 .349 .569 .289 .448 .428 .560 .402 .528 .373 .521 .374 .540 .340 .459 .352 .490 .310 .450 .399 .586 .367 .538 .500 1.000 .500 .500 .352 .501 .352 .501 .362 .523 E 1 8 1 5 5 1 2 4 1 3 2 5 5 1 0 0 25 25 19

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MATT KEMPS CAREER All-star BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 2011 NL (Dodgers) .500 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2012 NL (Dodgers) DNP (Injured) Totals .500 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 SH 0 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB 1 1 SO 0 0 SB 0 0 CS 0 0 OBP .667 .667 SLG .500 .500

MATT KEMPS CAREER POSTSEASON BATTING RECORD


Year Team AVG 2008 NLDS: LA vs. CHC .154 NLCS: LA vs. PHI .333 2009 NLDS: LA vs. STL .143 NLCS: LA vs. PHI .250 Postseason Totals .250 LDS Totals .148 LCS Totals .286 G 3 5 3 5 16 6 10 AB 13 15 14 20 62 27 35 R 0 1 2 2 5 2 3 H 2 5 2 5 14 4 10 2B 2 1 0 0 3 1 2 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 RBI 1 0 2 2 5 3 2 SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB 0 4 0 1 5 0 5 SO 5 4 8 8 25 13 12 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 OBP .154 .474 .143 .286 .284 .148 .375 SLG .308 .400 .357 .400 .371 .333 .400

MATT KEMPS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Most Hits: Most RBI: Most Home Runs: Most Runs Scored: 5, Aug. 2, 2010 vs. SD 6, June 4, 2011 at CIN 2 (5 times), last: Sept. 29, 2012 vs. COL 4 (2 times), last: April 21, 2010 at CIN Most Stolen Bases: Most Walks: Longest Hitting Streak: Grand Slams: 3, April 9, 2011 at SD 4, Aug. 30, 2011 vs. SD 19 games, July 9-Aug. 1, 2008 6, last: June 4, 2011 at CIN (Ondrusek)

MATT KEMPs CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Outfield PCT .986 G 868 PO 1766 A 55 E 25 TC 1846 DP 17

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the sixth round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
 A pril 10-27, 2007 (right shoulder contusion) May 14-29, 2012 (strained left hamstring) May 31-July 13, 2012 (strained left hamstring)

A MONTH FOR THE AGES In April 2012, Kemp was unanimously voted as the National League Player of the Month as he posted one of the greatest calendar months in MLB history: L  ed the Majors with a .417 batting average,12 home runs and an .893 slugging percentage, while topping the NL in RBI (25), hits (35) and runs (24) E  stablished a new franchise record with 12 April homers, the fifth-most ever during the month behind Albert Pujols (14, 2006), Alex Rodriguez (14, 2007), Luis Gonzalez (13, 2001) and Ken Griffey, Jr. (13, 1997) J  oined Tony Perez (CIN, 1970), Larry Walker (COL, 1997) and Barry Bonds (SF, 2004) as the only four players since 1921 to finish April with a .400 batting average, 10 or more homers and at least 20 RBI W  as awarded NL Player of the Week honors for the periods of April 4-8 and April 9-15 to become the first player to win back-to-back NL Player of the Week honors to begin a season and was the first player ever to win the award for three consecutive weeks (dating back to the week of Sept. 25, 2011) since the awards inception in 1974 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide187

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Clayton Kershaw
left-handed pitcher
Career Highlights

@ClaytonKersh22

BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 222 Opening Day Age: 25 M.L. Service: 4.105 Born: March 19, 1988 in Dallas, TX Resides: Dallas, TX Acquired: Selected in the first round (7th overall) in the 2006 First-Year Player Draft

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L  eft-hander has established himself as one of the games premier pitchers, having finished in the Top 2 in the National League Cy Young Award balloting in each of the last two seasons and winning the 2011 Cy Young Awardfinished 12th in the NL MVP voting in 2011 and placed 16th in the 2012 vote H  onored with the 2012 Roberto Clemente Award for his charitable endeavors after being the Dodger nominee for the prestigious award for each of the last two years S  ince 2008, has posted a 61-37 record and leads the Majors with both a 2.79 ERA and .215 opponents batting average in 151 games (149 starts) in that span A  lso ranks among the MLB leaders in WHIP (1.14, 8th), winning percentage (.622, 11th), strikeouts per 9.0 innings (9.29, 4th), strikeouts (974, 10th), opponents slugging percentage (.319, 1st), opponents on-base percentage (.288, 9th), opponents OPS (.608, 1st) and pickoffs (37, T-1st) since the start of the 2008 season L  ed the Majors in ERA in each of the last two seasons, becoming the first pitcher to do so in consecutive years since Pedro Martinez in 2002-03  Selected to the last two All-Star games, tossing a scoreless inning of relief in each contest B  ecame the third different Dodger pitcher to win the pitching Triple Crown in 2011 (Dazzy Vance 1924, Sandy Koufax 1963, 65, 66), leading the Majors with a 2.28 ERA, tying the NL lead with 21 wins and ranking first in the league with 248 strikeouts H  as reached the 200-strikeout mark in three consecutive seasons, becoming just the sixth Los Angeles Dodger with three such seasons and just the fifth to do it three years in a row, joining Sandy Koufax (196166), Don Drysdale (1962-65), Hideo Nomo (1995-97) and Fernando Valenzuela (1984-86) W  on a Rawlings Gold Glove Award in 2011 and has made just two errors in his Major League career (.989 fielding percentage)has not committed an error since Aug. 1, 2010, entering 2013 on a 76-game errorless run W  on 12 home decisions in a row from May 2, 2011-April 27, 2012, tying Ed Roebuck (6/4/60-8/29/62) and Orel Hershiser (9/20/84-10/2/85) for the longest home winning streak in L.A. Dodger historyamong pitchers with 250.0 innings at Dodger Stadium, ranks among the stadiums top pitchers in ERA (2.36, 6th), winning percentage (.667, 5th, 34-17), WHIP (1.10, 9th) and opponents batting average (.207, 3rd) H  as gone 30-16 (.652) with four complete games (two shutouts) and a 2.41 ERA in 66 games (65 starts) in his career against NL West opponentshis ERA is the third lowest all time among pitchers with at least 250.0 innings pitched against NL West opposition I  n the seasons second half, has gone 30-17 with a 2.42 ERA in 70 games (68 starts) in his careerhas been at his best in September throughout his career, posting a 1.98 ERA (30 ER/136.1 IP) in 23 games (21 starts) down the stretch M  ade his Major League debut on May 25, 2008, allowing just two runs in 6.0 innings against the Cardinals and fanned the first batter he faced (Skip Schumaker)earned his first big league win on July 27, 2008 vs. Washington, tossing 6.0 scoreless innings in the Dodgers 2-0 win  Selected by the Dodgers in the first round (7th overall) in the 2006 First-Year Player Draft

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2012
L  ed the Majors in ERA (2.53) for a second consecutive season, becoming the first pitcher to do so since Pedro Martinez in 2002-03, and ranked among the NL leaders in wins (14, T-16th), strikeouts (229, 2nd), 188

opponents batting average (.210, 2nd), innings pitched (227.2, 2nd), WHIP (1.02, 1st), pickoffs (11, 1st), quality starts (25, T-2nd) and home runs allowed per 9.0 innings (0.63, 6th)was the first Dodger to lead the NL in ERA in consecutive seasons since Sandy Koufax led the league in ERA in five consecutive seasons from 1962-66Koufax led the Majors in ERA in consecutive seasons in 1965-66 F  inished second in the National League Cy Young voting, receiving two first-place votes and becoming the seventh Dodger to be a runner up for the award since 1967the others are Ramon Martinez (1990), Fernando Valenzuela (1986), Jerry Reuss (1980), Burt Hooton (1978), MLB ERA LEADERS, 2008-2012 Tommy John (1977) and Andy Messersmith (1974) W  on double-digit games for the third year in a row in a career-high-tying 33 starts (also: 2011) R  eached the 200-strikeout mark (229) for the third consecutive season, as he became just the sixth Los Angeles Dodger with three such seasons and just the fifth to do it three years in a row, joining Sandy Koufax (1961-66), Don Drysdale (1962-65), Hideo Nomo (1995-97) and Fernando Valenzuela (1984-86) Player ERA 1. Clayton Kershaw.............................. 2.79 2. Roy Halladay..........................................2.85 3. Cliff Lee..................................................2.89 4. Felix Hernandez.....................................2.92 5. Adam Wainwright.................................2.99 6. Chris Carpenter...................................... 3.01 kershaw

L  imited opponents to a .210 batting average, including a .181 mark (27-for-149) against left-handed hittersheld hitters to a .180 batting average (29-for-161) with runners in scoring position

W  on 12 straight home decisions from May 2, 2011-April 27, 2012, tying Ed Roebuck (6/4/60-8/29/62) and Orel Hershiser (9/20/84-10/2/85) for the longest home winning streak in L.A. Dodger historywent 9-5 with a shutout and a 2.05 ERA (31 ER/136.0 IP) in 19 home starts this season H  ad a career-long 10-game winning streak from Aug. 13, 2011-April 27, 2012, going 10-0 with a 1.22 ERA (13 ER/96.0 IP) with a complete game in 14 starts in that span P  osted quality starts in nine consecutive outings from July 29-Sept. 11, the longest such run of his career went 5-3 with a 1.76 ERA (13 ER/66.1 IP) in that span  Fired 22.0 consecutive scoreless innings from May 8-19, which was the longest scoreless streak of his career F  inished the season by posting a 0.77 ERA (3 ER/35.0 IP) in his last five starts and led the Majors in ERA during Sept./Octcapped off his second half in which he went 8-4 with a 2.10 ERA (25 ER/107.0 IP) and a .197 opponents average in 15 starts N  amed National League Player of the Week for the period of May 14-20, the second time hes won the honor (also: June 20-26, 2011), after going 2-0 and tossing 16.0 scoreless frames with wins over the D-backs (7.0 IP, 4 H, 6 K) and Cardinals (9.0 IP, 6 H, 4 K) R  anked second among pitchers with a .207 batting average and had 13 sacrifice hits, the second most in the Majorsknocked in two runs, including his first sacrifice flydoubled on May 19 against the Cardinals for the first extra-base hit of his career S  elected to his second consecutive All-Star Game via a selection by Manager Tony La Russa and tossed a scoreless fifth inning in the National Leagues 8-0 win D  espite only a 5-6 record, posted a 2.14 ERA (24 ER/101.0 IP) in 15 starts against the NL West this season has the lowest all-time ERA against the division (min. 20 starts) with a 2.41 ERA (111 ER/414.2 IP) in 66 G (65 GS) and four complete games (2 SHO) F  ired two shutouts, allowing just six hits in a May 19 shutout vs. St. Louis and permitting five hits in a July 29 blanking at San Franciscohas five career shutouts S  truck out 10 or more on three occasions, including a season-high 12 strikeouts on June 9 at Seattlehas 18 games in his career with 10 or more strikeouts

2011
H  ad a breakout season in 2011, taking home the National League Cy Young Award, winning the leagues pitching Triple Crown, playing in his first All-Star Game and earning his first Rawlings Gold Glove Award A  lso picked up the Players Choice Award for Outstanding NL Pitcher, selected as a Sporting News NL All-Star, won the Warren Spahn Award as the Majors top left-hander and honored by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum as the NL Pitcher of the Year with the Bullet Rogan Award B  ecame the eighth different Dodger pitcher to win the Cy Young Award as a Dodger took home the award for the 10th timeearned 207 overall points and appeared in the Top-3 on every ballot, garnering 27 first-place votes out of the possible 32 voteswas the second-youngest Dodger to be honored with a Cy Young Award behind Fernando Valenzuela (20, 1981) and the youngest National Leaguer to win since Dwight Gooden, who won the award in 1985 at the age of 20 with the Mets

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 Was the third different Dodger pitcher to win the Triple Crown, joining Dazzy Vance (1924) and Sandy Koufax (1963, 1965 and 1966), and led the Majors with a 2.28 ERA, tied with Ian Kennedy for the NL lead with 21 wins and ranked first in the league with 248 strikeouts kershaw R  anked among the NL leaders in opponents batting average (.207, 1st), winning percentage (.808, 21-5, 2nd), innings pitched (233.1, 3rd), complete games (5, 3rd), shutouts (2, T-2nd) and WHIP (0.98, 1st) E  arned his spot in the Los Angeles Dodgers single-season record books, ranking among team leaders in wins (T-7th), winning percentage (6th), ERA (11th), strikeouts (6th) and opponents batting average (11th)his 21 victories and 2.28 ERA were the best marks since Orel Hershiser went 23-8 with a 2.26 ERA in 1988 and his strikeout total was the highest for a Dodger since Sandy Koufax struck out 317 in 1966 W  ent 21-5 to become the Dodgers first 20-game winner since Ramon Martinez in 1990allowed just one run on six hits over 7.0 innings and outdueled former Cy Young Award Winner Tim Lincecum on Sept. 20 to pick up his 20th win in the Dodgers 2-1 victory A  ccording to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the youngest Major Leaguer to win more than 20 games in a season since a 20-year-old Dwight Gooden went 24-4 for the 1985 Mets and the youngest Dodger to win 20 since a 21-year-old Ralph Branca went 21-12 for Brooklyn in 1947

Clayton Kershaw with his wife, Ellen, poses with the 2012 Roberto Clemente trophy before Game 4 of the World Series in Detroit.

B  ecame one of just four pitchers since 1970 to reach the 20-win plateau with 240 or more strikeouts in a single season while under the age of 24, joining Gooden (24 wins, 268 strikeouts in 1985), Bert Blyleven (20 W, 258 SO in 1973) and Vida Blue (24 W, 301 SO in 1971) M  ade his first All-Star appearance in 2011 and was voted in to the Midsummer Classic via Player Ballotin the game, tossed a scoreless inning and needed just eight pitches to set down the side in order by striking out David Ortiz and retiring Robinson Cano and Alex Avila on infield grounders I  n a midseason Baseball America survey of National League managers, Kershaw was voted as having the leagues third-best fastball, the circuits best curveball and the third-best pickoff moveled the NL with nine pickoffs  Was at his best against divisional foes, going 12-2 with a 2.02 ERA in 16 starts P  osted a 5-0 record with a 1.07 ERA (5 ER/42.0 IP) in six starts against the World Champion San Francisco Giants, becoming the first Dodger to go 5-0 against the Giants in a single season since Vic Lombardi in 1946 went 4-0 with a 0.30 ERA (1 ER/30.1 IP) in four head-to-head matchups against Tim Lincecum in 2011 M  ade his first Opening Day start this season, becoming the fifth-youngest Opening Day starter in L.A. Dodger history at 23 years and 12 daysFernando Valenzuela was younger in 1981 (20, 159) and 1983 (22, 155) and Don Drysdale was younger in 1958 (21, 266) and 1959 (22, 262) struck out nine over 7.0 scoreless innings in the Dodgers 2-1 Opp. Batting avg., 2008-12 Opening Day win over the Giants Player opp Avg  Was dominant at Dodger Stadium, going 12-1 (.923) with the Majors lowest home ERA at 1.69 (22 ER/117.1 IP), two shutouts 1. Clayton Kershaw............................. .215 2. Justin Verlander.................................... .226 and four complete games in 16 startsfinished the season by winning his final 11 decisions at home, which ties for the third3. David Price............................................ .227 longest home winning streak in Los Angeles history 4. Mat Latos............................................. .227  Went 12-1 with a 1.31 ERA (15 ER/102.2 IP) in the seasons 5. Matt Cain.............................................. .229 second half and completed the season on a career-long eightgame winning streak, which was the second-longest run in the 6. Tim Lincecum....................................... .229 NL this season W  ent 8-0 with a 0.96 ERA (7 ER/65.2 IP) and a .192 opponents batting average over his final nine starts, including a 4-0 record with a 1.30 ERA (5 ER/34.2 IP) in five September starts W  on the NL Pitcher of the Month in July, going 4-1 with a 2.02 ERA in five July startstied for the NL lead in wins and ranked third in ERA in the month 190

E  arned the leagues Player of the Week honor for the period of June 20-26, going a perfect 2-0 with a 1.00 ERA (2 ER/18.0 IP)tossed a two-hit shutout of the Tigers on June 20 and allowed just two runs in a complete-game victory over the Angels on June 26 A  lso had a career year at the plate, setting career highs in batting average (.225), runs (10), hits (16) RBI (4) and on-base percentage (.267)tied for the NL lead among pitchers in runs, ranked second in hits and finished with the third-highest batting average and on-base percentage kershaw

2010
W  ent 13-10 with a 2.91 ERA and led the team in wins, strikeouts (212), innings (204.1), starts (32) and quality starts (23)ranked fifth in the NL in strikeouts and his ERA ranked ninth among qualifying NL starters W  as one of only 12 pitchers in the Majors to reach 200.0 innings and strike out more than 200 this season became the 41st pitcher in franchise history to accomplish the feat and joins Adonis Terry (1884, Brooklyn), Ramon Martinez (1990) and Don Sutton (1966) as the only pitchers to reach both milestones in a single season prior to their 23rd birthday L  ed the club with a career-high 23 quality starts, seven more than his previous high of 16 from 2009pitched 7.0 or more innings in 15 of his 32 starts R  anked fifth in the Majors with a .214 opponents batting average and held left-handed hitters to a .200 mark (32-for-160) R  anked second in the National League behind Philadelphias Roy Oswalt with a 2.43 ERA in 15 starts on the road (26 ER/96.1 IP) after posting a 4.37 ERA on the road in his first two professional seasons T  ossed his first career complete game and shutout on Sept. 14 at San Francisco, allowing just four hits to beat the Giants 1-0had started the most contests in franchise history (80) without a complete game F  inished with a career-low average of 3.6 walks per 9.0 innings pitched, but his 81 bases on balls still were the seventh most in the NL A  llowed an average of just 0.57 home runs per 9.0 innings, the seventh-lowest mark in the NLopposing hitters had just a .320 slugging percentage against him, which was the secondlowest mark on the Senior Circuit W  as at his best against divisional opponents, going 9-2 with a 1.72 ERA (19 ER/99.1 IP) and a .181opponents batting average (64-for-353) in 15 starts T  ied for the National League lead and for second in the big leagues with eight pickoffs 2012 NL STRIKEOUT LEADERS Player SO 1. R.A. Dickey..............................................230 2. Clayton Kershaw...............................229 3. Cole Hamels............................................ 216 4t. Gio Gonzalez.........................................207 4t. Cliff Lee.................................................207 6. Yovani Gallardo...................................... 204

L  ed the Majors with 18 sacrifice hits, the most for a Dodger since Juan Pierres 20 sacrifices in 2007...was tied with Burt Hooton for second all time in Dodger franchise history, one behind Orel Hershisers 19 in 1988 W  on four games in six starts in May, the most wins in any calendar month in his careerin two consecutive starts on May 9 and 15, he was credited with a victory, pitched at least seven innings and registered at least seven strikeouts while allowing as few as one run and three hits...only four other Dodgers pitchers since 1900 have done that in consecutive starts in a single season: Sandy Koufax in 1961, Don Sutton in 1972, Orel Hershiser in 1984 and Chan Ho Park in 2000 (Source: Elias).  Led National League left-handers and ranked fifth overall on the circuit with 212 strikeouts  Ranked fourth in the National League with an average of 9.34 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched S  truck out 12 on July 8 against the Cubs for his second-highest single-game total behind his 13 punchouts on April 15, 2009 vs. San Francisco

2009
F  inished the year going 8-8 with a 2.79 ERA (53 ER/171.0 IP)...struck out 185 batters to rank 11th in the National League...walked 91 hitters, which ranked third in the NL W  as dominant down the stretch despite not having much to show for it...in his last 10 starts, went 0-3, but posted an ERA of 2.56 (16 ER/56.1 IP) and limited hitters to a .200 average...the club went just 14-16 when he took the mound  Allowed three runs or less in 26 of his 30 starts O  n the season, led all Major Leaguer pitchers by limiting hitters to a .200 average (119-for-596) and a .282 slugging percentage  Ranked fifth in the NL in overall ERA (2.79) and first in ERA at home (1.83)  Joined Ralph Branca (1947), Don Drysdale (1956), Fernando Valenzuela (1981, 82) and Don Sutton (1966), as the LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide191

only pitchers in Dodger franchise history since 1901 to appear in the Top-10 in ERA when they were 21 years or younger...Kershaw is the first in the Majors to do so since Rick Ankiel in 2000  Won five consecutive games from June 21-July 18 and posted a 0.73 ERA (3 ER/37.0 IP) over that time  Allowed 6.26 hits per nine innings, which was the best in baseball kershaw  Left-handers managed to hit just .173 against him, which was the sixth-best mark vs. lefties in the Major Leagues  P osted a 2-0 record to go along with a 1.14 ERA (3 ER/23.2 IP) in four Interleague starts T  he opposition hit just .188 against him with runners in scoring positionthe average went down to .133 with RISP and two out  Allowed just seven home runs on the season and two in one game just once (April 26 at COL)  In close and late situations, batters went just 3-for-22 (.136) without an RBI D  ominated in July, going 3-0 with a 0.71 ERA (3 ER/38.0 IP) in six startsbatters hit just .167 against him during the month...won the Dodgers Farmers Insurance Player of the Month Award F  anned a career-high 13 batters in his second start of the season back on April 15 vs. San Francisco...allowed just one run in 7.0 innings, but picked up the no-decision...had three other outings on the season in which he struck out at least 10 batters...Aug. 8 vs. Atlanta (10), Aug. 30 at Cincinnati (11) and Oct. 2 vs. Colorado (10) B  ecame the youngest pitcher in Los Angeles Dodger history to strike out 13 or more batters in a game and is the youngest pitcher in franchise history to strike out at least 13 since Sandy Koufax fanned 14 Reds August 27, 1955 at Ebbets Field in just his second big league startKoufax was 19 years old at the time  His victory over the Mets on July 7, put him over the .500 mark for the first time in his career F  ired a then career-high 8.0 innings against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium on July 29 and did not allow a run on just four hits...picked up the no-decision in a game St. Louis came back to win in 15 innings O  n Sept. 6, separated his non-throwing shoulder while shagging flies in the outfield during batting practice... missed nearly three weeks of action, before returning to the mound on Sept. 22 at Washington where he tossed 2.0 scoreless innings out of the bullpen...came back as a starter on Sept. 27 and then fired 6.0 scoreless innings in his regular- season finale on Oct. 3 T  abbed as the Game 2 starter in the 2009 Division Series against the Cardinals and allowed just two runs in 6.2 inningsalso started Game 1 of the 2009 LCS against Philadelphiahas appeared in five postseason games overall

2008
T  he Majors youngest player went 5-5 with a 4.26 ERA in 22 games (21 starts) over two stints for his big league debutbegan the year with Double-A Jacksonville, and had his contract purchased on May 24 to start the next day vs. St. Louislater would make two appearances in the National League Championship Series against the Phillies  Worked a combined 169.0 innings with the Dodgers and Jacksonville, 47.0 innings more than his 2007 total of 122.0 B  urst onto the scene as a 19-year-old in Spring Training (turned 20 on March 19), joining big league camp the first week in Marchin his first appearance on March 9 vs. Boston, retired the side in the fourth inning on 10 pitches got Mike Lowell to pop out, induced J.D. Drew on a broken-bat groundout and struck out Sean Casey looking on a knee-buckling curveball W  ent 0-2 with a 4.42 ERA (19 ER/38.2 IP) in eight starts through July 1, and was optioned back to Jacksonville on July 2, a day after being in line for his first big league win only to see the bullpen blow a 6-4 leadwas recalled against on July 22, and remained with the Dodgers for the rest of the year  Earned his first big league win on July 27 vs. Washington, tossing 6.0 scoreless innings in the 2-0 Dodger win T  he Dodgers went 13-8 in his startswent 3-2 with a 3.41 ERA (23 ER/60.2 IP) in 11 starts at Dodger Stadium and 2-3 with a 5.36 ERA (28 ER/47.0 IP) in 11 games (10 starts) on the roadwas unbeaten in his final five starts, going 3-0 with a 3.58 ERA (11 ER/27.2 IP) in that span H  is lone relief appearance was on Sept. 28 at San Francisco...tossed a scoreless inning despite allowing two hits and a walk (intentional) W  ith Jacksonville, went 2-3 with a 1.91 ERA in 13 games (11 starts)was named the No. 1 prospect in the Southern League following the season by Baseball Americaalso was rated by the publication as having the SLs best fastball and best breaking ball as part of the Best Tools survey of league manager and coaches O  n May 25 vs. St. Louis, became the fourth-youngest starting pitcher in Los Angeles Dodger history at 20 years, 65 days...in that debut game, fired 6.0 innings of two-run ball in the Dodgers 10-inning 4-3 winon June 10 at San Diego, opposed Greg Maddux for the second-largest age gap (21 years, 340 days) between opposing starters in 2008Floridas Andrew Miller was 22 years, 184 days younger than Philadelphias Jamie Moyer when they opposed each another on June 1 (Source: Elias)worked a career-high 7.0 innings on two occasions: August 7 at St. Louis and September 2 vs. San Diegostruck out a career-high eight batters on Aug. 12 vs. Philadelphia 192

W  as on the Dodgers NLDS roster against the Cubs, but did not appear in a gamemade two appearances in the NLCS against Philadelphia, allowing a run in 2.0 innings of work

2007
W  ent 8-7 with a 2.95 ERA in a combined 25 starts with Single-A Great Lakes and Double-A Jacksonvillewent 7-5 with a 2.77 ERA in 20 starts with Great Lakes before being promoted to Jacksonville on Aug. 7went 1-2 with a 3.65 ERA in five starts with Jacksonville W  as rated by Baseball America as the No. 1 prospect in the Dodger organization and in the Midwest League following the seasonwas voted as having the best fastball in the Dodger chain in Baseball Americas annual Best Tools survey of league managers and coaches W  as a Midseason ML All-Star and participated in the XM Radio All-Star Futures games in San Franciscowas the winning pitcher for the East All-Stars in the MLs Mid-Summer Classic L  imited the opposition to a .201 average, the fifth-lowest average in all of minor league baseball (.203 with Great Lakes and .193 with Jacksonville)limited left-handed hitters to a .157 average (16-for-102) at both stops S  truck out 134 batters in 97.1 innings with Great Lakes, and fanned 29 in 24.2 innings with Jacksonvillecombined for an average of 12.02 strikeouts per nine inningsranked fifth in the ML in strikeouts  Participated in the inaugural Dodgers Winter Development Program in January 2008 kershaw

2006
 In his first pro season, went 2-0 with a 1.95 ERA in 10 games (eight starts) with the Gulf Coast League Dodgers W  as ranked by Baseball America the Dodgers No. 2 prospect after the seasonwas ranked by Baseball Prospectus as the clubs No. 1 prospectwas voted as having the best fastball and the best control in the Dodger chain in Baseball Americas annual Best Tools survey of league managers and coaches W  as selected as the 2006 Topps Minor League Player of the Year for the GCLranked third in the league with 54 strikeoutsstruck out 10 in 5.0 innings on July 29 at GCL Nationals and fanned 11 in 6.0 innings on August 3 at GCL Marlins

Amateur Highlights
 raduated from Highland Park (TX) High School in 2006is the schools all-time leader with 38 career winsas a G senior, went 12-0 with a 0.77 ERA, and struck out 139 batters in 64.0 inningswas selected by USA Today as the High School Baseball Player of the Yearalso was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year for baseball...entering the 2006 draft, was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 6 overall prospect and the No. 1 high school pitching prospect among draft-eligible playersalso was rated by the publication as having the best fastball among high school pitchers eligible for the draft.

Personal
 layton Edward Kershawresides in Dallas with his wife Ellen...honored as the 2012 recipient of the Roberto Clemente C Award, presented by Chevrolet, which recognizes a Major League Baseball player who best represents the game through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvementis just the second Dodger to capture this prestigious award, joining Steve Garvey (1981)was also the Dodgers Clemente Award nominee in 2011along with his wife, Ellen, founded Kershaws Challenge, a charitable organization that encourages people to make a difference by giving back to at-risk children and communities in needthe charity has provided assistance to a variety of organizations, including to its cornerstone charity, Arise Africa, which helped the Kershaws build and sustain an orphanage for children in Lusaka, Zambia called Hopes Homein addition to providing a safe haven for orphans, Kershaws Challenge also seeks to create an emergency fund for the children, many of whom suffer from diseases and infections related to HIV and AIDSeach year, Kershaw and his wife travel to the orphanage to visit with the children and bring awareness to this issueco-authored a book with Ellen, released in January 2012, entitled, Arise: Live Out Your Faith and Dreams on Whatever Field You Find Yourself, which is about their life together and trips to Africamoney raised from the books proceeds goes directly to Kershaws Challenge for Hopes Home...in addition to Hopes Home, Kershaws Challenge has also supported the Peacock Foundation in Los Angeles, which provides animal-assisted interventions and activities for at-risk youth by partnering with mental health practitioners, public service agencies, and community organizationsKershaws Challenge is also involved with Mercy Street in his hometown of Dallas, Texas, which provides mentoring, sports and recreation, vocational and educational opportunities to young people in at-risk communitieshas participated in numerous Dodgers community initiatives such as the offseason Community Caravan, a Habitat for Humanity Build, the distribution of back packs and school supplies to 1,000 underserved children and the annual Dodgers Dream Foundation Youth Baseball Campwas a high school teammate and is a close friend of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, who was the No. 1 overall pick in 2009 NFL Draft out of the University of Georgia selected in the first round (7th overall) in the 2006 First-Year Player Draftsigned by Dodger scout Calvin Jones.

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CLAYTON KERSHAWS CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2006 GCL Dodgers 2007 Jacksonville Great Lakes 2008 LOS ANGELES Jacksonville 2009 LOS ANGELES 2010 LOS ANGELES 2011 LOS ANGELES 2012 LOS ANGELES Major League-5 years Dodger Totals-5 years Minor League-3 years W-L 2-0 1-2 7-5 5-5 2-3 8-8 13-10 21-5 14-9 61-37 61-37 12-10 ERA 1.95 3.65 2.77 4.26 1.91 2.79 2.91 2.28 2.53 2.79 2.79 2.49 G 10 5 20 22 13 31 32 33 33 151 151 48 GS 8 5 20 21 11 30 32 33 33 149 149 44 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 2 2 2 8 5 8 5 0 0 SV 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 IP 37.0 24.2 97.1 107.2 61.1 171.0 204.1 233.1 227.2 944.0 944.0 220.1 H 28 17 72 109 39 119 160 174 170 732 732 156 R ER 10 8 13 10 39 30 51 51 19 13 55 53 73 66 66 59 70 64 315 293 315 293 81 61 HR 0 4 5 11 0 7 13 15 16 62 62 9 HB 0 0 2 1 0 1 7 3 5 17 17 2 BB 5 17 50 52 19 91 81 54 63 341 341 91 SO WP 54 8 29 1 134 8 100 7 59 7 185 11 212 5 248 5 229 6 974 34 974 34 276 24 BK 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 7 7 3 AVG .201 .193 .203 .265 .179 .200 .214 .207 .210 .215 .215 .195

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CLAYTON KERSHAWS CAREER BATTING RECORD


Year Team 2008 Dodgers 2009 Dodgers 2010 Dodgers 2011 Dodgers 2012 Dodgers Totals AVG .069 .104 .055 .225 .207 .146 G 21 30 31 32 32 146 AB 29 48 55 71 58 261 R 1 2 4 10 2 19 H 2 5 3 16 12 38 2B 0 0 0 0 1 1 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 2 1 4 2 9 SH 9 8 18 11 14 60 SF 0 0 0 0 1 1 HP 0 0 0 1 0 1 BB 0 3 1 3 2 9 SO 13 16 17 13 19 78 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 OBP .069 .157 .071 .267 .230 .176 SLG .069 .104 .055 .225 .224 .149

CLAYTON KERSHAWS CAREER ALL-STAR PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2011 NL (Dodgers) 2012 NL (Dodgers) Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 0.00 0.00 G 1 1 2 GS 0 0 0 CG 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 2.0 H 0 2 2 R 0 0 0 ER 0 0 0 HR 0 0 0 HBP 0 0 0 BB 0 1 1 SO 1 0 1 WP 0 0 0 BK 0 0 0

CLAYTON KERSHAWS CAREER POSTSEASON PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2008 NLCS: LA vs. PHI 2009 NLDS: LA vs. STL NLCS: LA vs. PHI Postseason Totals LDS Totals LCS Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 ERA 4.50 2.70 9.45 2.70 2.70 8.31 G 2 1 2 5 1 4 GS 0 1 1 2 1 1 CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 2.0 6.2 6.2 15.1 6.2 8.2 H 1 9 5 15 9 6 R 1 2 7 10 2 8 ER 1 2 7 10 2 8 HR 0 1 2 3 1 2 HBP 0 0 1 1 0 1 BB 2 1 6 9 1 8 SO 1 4 6 11 4 7 WP 0 1 3 4 1 3 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0

CLAYTON KERSHAWS CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched S  tarter: Most Innings Pitched R  eliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: 2 (2 times), last: June 20, 2011 vs. DET 9.0 (8 times), last: July 29, 2012 at SF 2.0, Sept. 22, 2009 at WAS 9, April 26. 2009 at COL Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 13, April 15, 2009 vs. SF 6 (2 times), last: April 7, 2010 at PIT 10 games, Aug. 13, 2011-April 27, 2012 3 (3 times), last: Aug. 22-Sept. 7, 2010

CLAYTON KERSHAWS CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .989 G 151 PO 32 A 147 E 2 TC 181 DP 7

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Los Angeles in the first round (seventh pick) of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft

DISABLED LIST
 Has not been on the disabled list in the Major Leagues

ROBERTO CLEMENTE AWARD Kershaw was selected as the recipient of the 2012 Roberto Clemente Award, recognizing him as the MLB player who best represents the game through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement. Kershaw and his wife, Ellen, founded Kershaws Challenge, a charitable organization that encourages people to make a difference by giving back to at-risk children and communities in need. The charity has provided assistance to a variety of organizations, including to its cornerstone charity, Arise Africa, which helped the Kershaws build and sustain an orphanage for children in Lusaka, Zambia called Hopes Home. In addition to providing a safe haven for orphans, Kershaws Challenge also seeks to create an emergency fund for the children, many of whom suffer from diseases and infections related to HIV and AIDS. 194

Brandon League
Right-handed pitcher
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

@BrandonLeague31

BATS: Right THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 215 Opening Day Age: 30 M.L. Service: 6.145 Born: March 16, 1983 in Sacramento, CA Residence: San Diego, CA Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Oct. 30, 2012

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H  ard-throwing reliever signed a three-year contract to remain with Los Angeles through at least 2015 and has gone 19-28 with 60 saves and a 3.60 ERA in nine Major League seasonsoriginally acquired by the Dodgers in a trade with Seattle on July 30, 2012 in exchange for two minor leaguers  Has held opposing hitters to a .248 batting average in his career, including a .222 mark against right-handers  Was the only pitcher in the Majors in 2012 to throw 70.0 or more innings while giving up less than two home runs and has allowed just 33 home runs in 414.2 career inningshis career average of 0.72 home runs allowed per 9.0 innings is the 16th-lowest mark among big league relievers (min. 400.0 IP) since 2004  Has given up only 98 extra-base hits in his career, the fourth fewest among MLB relievers since 2004 (min. 400.0 IP)  Since 2004, ranks second among Major League relievers (min. 400.0 IP) with a 74.5 groundball percentage  Ranks among big league relievers in saves (52, T-11th) and games finished (99, 9th) since the start of the 2011 season  Tossed scoreless relief in 23 of 28 appearances with the Dodgers after his acquisition last season, posting a 2.30 ERA and going a perfect 6-for-6 in save opportunities  Selected as an American League All-Star with Seattle in 2011, when he posted a 2.79 ERA and ranked third in the AL and tied for fourth on the Mariners all-time single-season list with 37 saveshas saved 52 games (T-11th, MLB), finished 99 games (9th, MLB) and posted a 2.97 ERA in 139 games in the last two seasons  Made his Major League debut with Toronto on Sept. 21, 2004 at New York (AL), tossing a scoreless 1.1 innings of reliefearned his first win on Sept. 27, 2004 at Baltimore and picked up his first save on Aug. 7, 2006 against Baltimore with 4.0 scoreless frames to close out an 8-1 Toronto win  Originally selected by Toronto in the second round of the 2001 First-Year Player Draft out of St. Louis High School in Honolulu, HI

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2012
 Went a combined 2-6 with 15 saves in 21 opportunities and a 3.13 ERA in 74 games with Los Angeles and Seattleacquired by the Dodgers on July 30 in exchange for minor league outfielder Leon Landry and minor league right-hander Logan Bawcom  Allowed just one home run in 72.0 combined inningswas HIGHEST GROUNDBALL PCT, the only pitcher in the Majors in 2012 to throw 70.0 or more MLB RELIEVERS, 2004-12 innings and allow less than two home runs Player GB%  O verall, limited opposing hitters to a .246 batting average, including a .208 mark against right-handers (30-for-144) 1. Jonny Venters..........................................81.7 held opponents to a .183 batting average (17-for-93) as 2. Brad Ziegler.......................................... 80.3 a Dodger, including a .100 mark with runners in scoring 3. Cla Meredith.......................................... 79.2 position (2-for-20) 4. Chad Bradford. ........................................76.1  Tossed scoreless relief in 23 of 28 appearances with Los Angeles, including 20 of his last 21 games to end 5. Sean Green. ............................................ 75.7 the seasonallowed just one run in 22.1 innings in 21 6. Jamey Wright......................................... 74.7 appearances from Aug. 21-conclusion of the season (0.40 ERA), limiting opponents to a .114 batting average (8-for7. Brandon League................................74.5 70) and striking out 22 in that spantossed 12.1 scoreless 8. Peter Moylan...................................74.3 frames from Aug. 21-Sept. 13 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide195

 O verall, allowed just three of 16 inherited runners to score (18.8%)  Ranked sixth in the NL (min. 10.0 IP) with a 0.55 ERA (1 ER/16.1 IP) in September and October A  s a Dodger, went 2-0 with two saves, a 1.53 ERA (3 ER/17.2 IP) and a .172 opponents batting average in 18 home appearances league

2011
I  n his second season with Seattle, ranked among top AL relievers in games finished (60, 2nd), saves (37, 3rd), games (65, T-18th) and ERA (2.79, 20th) S  elected to play in the 2011 All-Star Game in Phoenixpitched the seventh inning in the 5-1 loss to the National League  Recorded 37 saves, fourth most (tied) in Mariners single-season club history  Converted 37 of 42 save opportunities (88.1%), sixth-highest percentage in club history (min. 20 saves) S  aved 37 of the Mariners 67 wins (55.2%), the highest percentage in team history (Guardado, 2005, 36 of 69, 52.1 %) P  osted a 1.19 ERA (6 ER, 45.1 IP) over his final 47 appearances after May 14 and was 28-for-30 in save opportunities C  onverted 14 straight save opportunities from May 17-July 4, combining to not allow an earned run in 20 games (19.2 IP)sixth-longest streak by a Mariners reliever without allowing an earned run  Opened season going 9-for-9 in save opportunities in first 14 appearances (2.08 ERA, 10 K, 2 BB)

2010
W  ent 9-7 with six saves in a career-high 70 games with Seattle, leading all American League relievers in wins (9), ranking second with a career-high 79.0 innings pitched and tying for 10th in appearances (70)  Was 6-3, 2.88 in 36 games in Safeco Field compared to 3-4 with six saves and a 3.99 ERA on the road  Did not allow an earned run in 55 of 70 games  Stranded 17 of 26 (65.4%) of inherited runners  Worked 2.0 or more innings in nine games and was 2-1 with a 0.96 (2 ER/18.2 IP) in those contests

2009
P  osted a career high with 76 strikeouts in 67 games (74.1 IP) as he spent the entire season with Toronto, marking the first time he had not spent time in the minors L  ed Blue Jays relievers in strikeouts, and ranked second in appearances and innings R  ecorded 2.33 ground balls to every fly ball, eighth among AL relievers P  osted a 2.30 ERA (8 ER/31.1 IP) and a .194 opponents average (21-for-108) on grass, compared to a 6.23 ERA and .297 opponents average on turf F  ollowing the season, traded with minor leaguer Johermyn Chavez (OF) to Seattle for Brandon Morrow (RHP) on Dec. 23, 2009

2008
P  osted a 2.18 ERA in 31 games over two stints with the Blue Jaysappeared in six games before the All-Star break and 25 afterposted a 1.42 ERA (4 ER/25.1 IP) in 25 appearances following the All-Star break T  ossed 14.2 innings of scoreless ball from July 21-Aug. 23, a 12-game span  Held opponents to a .230 batting average, including a .200 mark against right-handed hitters  Collected his first save of the season and second of his career, Aug. 13 at Detroit  Made 20 appearances for Triple-A Syracuse, recording two saves 196 Brandon League cooks with a student during the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Carvan.

2007
A  ppeared in only 14 games with the Blue Jays in an injuryshortened seasonon the disabled list April 5-July 15 with right shoulder sorenessmade 18 rehab appearances split between Single-A Dunedin, Double-A New Hampshire and Triple-A Syracuseactivated from the disabled list on July 15  Made season debut July 16 at New York (AL) A  ppeared in seven games before being placed back on the 15day disabled list (strained right oblique) on Aug. 5

GAMES FINISHED, 2011-12 Player GF 1. Jose Valverde............................................137 2. Craig Kimbrel.......................................... 120 3. Jonathan Papelbon..................................118 4. John Axford.............................................. 117 5. Joel Hanrahan.......................................... 116 6. Chris Perez...............................................110 7. Carlos Marmol......................................... 108 8. J.J. Putz.................................................... 104 9. Brandon League..................................99

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2006
C  ompiled a record of 1-2 with a 2.53 ERA in 33 appearances with Toronto after being recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on July 8

W  orked a career-high 4.0 hitless innings on Aug. 7 vs. Baltimore to close out the Blue Jays 8-1 victory and pick up his first career save F  inished the season by posting a 2.16 ERA (8 ER/33.1 IP) and limiting opponents to a .195 batting average (24for-123) over his final 25 appearances after Aug. 1  Held opponents to a .214 batting average, including a .178 mark against right-handers (18-for-101)  O wned an ERA of 2.11 (5 ER/21.1 IP) and a .205 opponents batting average on the road  Ranked third on the club with 12 holds B  egan the season with Triple-A Syracuse, going 3-2 with eight saves in 10 opportunities and a 2.14 ERA in 31 games (one start)was the Minor League Star of the Month for the SkyChiefs in June, going 0-0 (5 saves) with a 1.50 ERA in 10 appearances

2005
M  ade his first career Opening Day roster with the Blue Jays and made 20 appearances with Toronto in his first extended big league action W  orked 2.0 or more innings in 10 of his 20 Major League appearances, including a season-high 3.2 inning appearance on Sept. 21 vs. Seattle  Collected his first win of the season on Aug. 16 at Angel Stadium W  as 4-4 with a 5.71 ERA in 19 games (10 starts) at Triple-A Syracuse, going 1-4 with a 7.04 ERA as a starter and 3-0 with a 2.12 ERA as a relieverlimited opponents to a .183 average in relief

2004
S  pent the entire minor league season with Double-A New Hampshire before having his contract purchased by the Blue Jays on Sept. 20tossed 4.2 scoreless innings over three relief appearances in the Majors M  ade his Major League debut on Sept. 21 at New York (AL) with 1.1 scoreless innings of reliefpitched out of a bases-loaded, two-out jam  Picked up his first MLB win on Sept. 27 at Baltimore with 2.2 scoreless innings A  ppeared in 41 games (10 starts) with New Hampshire after making just one relief appearance in his first three professional seasonslimited opposing hitters to a .237 batting average P  osted a 2-1 record with a save and a 1.50 ERA in four postseason appearancesnamed as the series MVP of the Eastern League Championship Final

2003
 Combined to go 6-6 with a 3.28 ERA in 25 games (24 starts) with Single-A Charleston and Single-A Dunedin W  ent 3-0 with a 1.44 ERA over four starts with Single-A Dunedin from July 2-20posted a win in his only postseason start R  anked No. 10 on Baseball Americas listing of the top prospects in the Blue Jays organization following the season

2002
W  ent 7-2 with Single-A Auburn and led the New York-Penn league in games started (16) and fourth in innings pitched (85.2)  Went 1-0 without allowing an earned run in his first three starts (16.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 12 K)  P osted a 5-0 mark with a 2.08 ERA in eight games from July 14-Aug. 19 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide197

2001
 Made his professional debut with Rookie-level Medicine Hat, going 2-2 with a 4.66 ERA in nine starts  Limited opponents to a .245 batting average with 38 strikeouts in 38.2 innings  Picked up his first career win with 5.0 scoreless innings (2 H, 0 BB, 5 K) in a victory against Idaho Falls on Aug. 3. league

Personal
 randon Paul Leagueresides in San Diego with his wife, Sasha, and three daughters, Skylar, Lexi and Cali B attended St. Louis High School in Honolulu, HI and graduated in June 2001during high school played both baseball and footballin baseball, was a three-time All-State selection and named the 2001 Gatorade Hawaii Player of the Yearparticipated in the Dodgers 2013 Pitching in the Community Caravan and FanFest...originally selected by Toronto in the second round of the 2001 First-Year Player Draft.

BRANDON LEAGUES CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2001 Medicine Hat 2002 Auburn 2003 Dunedin Charleston (WV) 2004 TORONTO New Hampshire 2005 TORONTO Syracuse 2006 TORONTO Syracuse 2007 TORONTO Syracuse New Hampshire Dunedin GCL Blue Jays 2008 TORONTO Syracuse 2009 TORONTO 2010 SEATTLE 2011 SEATTLE 2012 SEATTLE LOS ANGELES Major League-9 years Dodger Totals-1 year Minor League-8 years W-L 2-2 7-2 4-3 2-3 1-0 6-4 1-0 4-4 1-2 3-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-3 3-6 9-7 1-5 0-5 2-1 19-28 2-1 31-24 ERA 4.66 3.15 4.75 1.91 0.00 3.38 6.56 5.71 2.53 2.14 6.17 3.00 3.52 4.50 0.00 2.18 3.93 4.58 3.42 2.79 3.63 2.30 3.60 2.30 3.59 G 9 16 13 12 3 41 20 19 33 31 14 11 6 4 1 31 20 67 70 65 46 28 377 28 183 GS 9 16 12 12 0 10 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71 CG SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SV 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6 37 9 6 60 6 12 IP 38.2 85.2 66.1 70.2 4.2 104.0 35.2 63.0 42.2 54.2 11.2 12.0 7.2 6.0 1.0 33.0 34.1 74.2 79.0 61.1 44.2 27.1 414.2 27.1 544.0 H 36 80 76 58 3 92 42 78 34 57 19 12 5 5 1 28 36 72 67 56 48 17 386 17 536 R ER 23 20 42 30 40 35 15 15 0 0 44 39 27 26 44 40 17 12 19 13 8 8 9 4 3 3 3 3 0 0 9 8 19 15 40 38 38 30 25 19 20 18 7 7 191 166 7 7 261 217 HR 3 2 3 1 0 3 8 7 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 8 7 3 1 0 33 0 22 HB 4 8 6 4 0 8 2 4 3 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 7 2 2 0 1 20 1 42 BB 11 23 20 18 1 41 20 18 9 15 7 6 7 2 0 15 10 21 27 10 19 14 143 14 171 SO WP 38 2 72 6 34 8 61 3 2 0 90 8 17 5 35 5 29 0 43 2 7 3 10 3 7 2 6 0 1 0 23 2 32 7 76 9 56 7 45 4 27 3 27 1 309 34 27 1 429 46 BK 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 AVG .245 .248 .288 .230 .176 .237 .302 .306 .214 .273 .380 .267 .185 .208 .333 .230 .261 .257 .229 .239 .281 .183 .248 .183 .258

BRANDON LEAGUES CAREER ALL-STAR PITCHING RECORD


Year Team 2011 AL (Mariners) Totals W-L 0-0 0-0 ERA 9.00 9.00 G 1 1 GS 0 0 CG 0 0 SHO 0 0 SV 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 H 2 2 R 1 1 ER 1 1 HR 0 0 HBP 0 0 BB 0 0 SO 1 1 WP 0 0 BK 0 0

BRANDON LEAGUES CAREER SINGLE-GAME BESTS


Low-Hit Complete Game: Most Innings Pitched S  tarter: Most Innings Pitched R  eliever: Most Earned Runs Allowed: None None 4.0, Aug. 7, 2006 vs. BAL 5 (4 times), last: Sept. 14. 2010 vs. BOS Most Strikeouts: Most Walks: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Losing Streak: 3 (17 times), last: Aug. 31, 2012 vs. ARI 3 (3 times), last: May 17, 2012 at CLE 4 games, July 18-Aug. 31, 2010 7 games, Aug. 23, 2011-Aug. 17, 2012

BRANDON LEAGUES CAREER FIELDING RECORD


Position Pitcher PCT .896 G 377 PO 36 A 50 E 10 TC 96 DP 3

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
S  elected by Toronto in the second round (59th overall) of the 2001 First-Year Player Draft A  cquired by Seattle along with Johermyn Chavez (OF) for Brandon Morrow on Dec. 22, 2009 A  cquired by Los Angeles for Leon Landry (OF) and Logan Bawcom (RHP) on July 30, 2012

DISABLED LIST
April 5-July 15, 2007 (right shoulder soreness) Aug. 5-Sept. 4, 2007 (right oblique strain)

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Ted Lilly

left-handed pitcher

BATS: Left THROWS: Left HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 195 Opening Day Age: 37 M.L. Service: 12.102 Born: Jan. 4, 1976 in Torrance, CA Residence: Oakhurst, CA Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Oct. 31, 2010

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Career Highlights
V  eteran southpaw enters his fourth season with the Dodgers and 15th big league season of his career after an injury-plagued year in 2012  Among active pitchers, the two-time All-Star ranks seventh with a .232 opponents batting average (min. 1,500.0 innings pitched  Since 2007, ranks among the NL leaders in wins (71, 7th), opponents batting average (.233, 7th), quality starts (105, 7th), innings pitched (1023.2, 11th) and starts (166, 13th)  Has a 2.55 career strikeout to walk ratio, the 16th-lowest mark among active pitchers (min. 1,500 IP)  His 1,663 strikeouts rank 19th among active pitcherspicked up his 1,500th strikeout on May 10, 2011 when he fanned Pittsburghs Jose Tabata  Originally acquired by the Dodgers on July 31, 2010 along with Ryan Theriot from the Cubs in exchange for Blake DeWitt and minor league pitchers Kyle Smit and Brett Wallachhas gone 24-19 with a 3.74 ERA in 53 starts with Los Angeles  Made just eight starts in 2012, going 5-1 with a 3.14 ERA (17 ER/48.2 IP)strung together the longest winning streak of his career with eight wins from Sept. 17, 2011-May 18, 2012 opened the 2012 season by posting five consecutive starts of allowing two runs or less from April 14-May 7, going 4-0 with a 1.41 ERA (5 ER/32.0 IP) during that span  P osted a career-low 3.10 ERA and made 21 quality starts with the Cubs in 2009 to earn his second All-Star nod  Earned his 100th career victory on July 11, 2009 vs. St. Louis  Notched 12 or more wins each season from 2007-09 with Chicagobecame the first Cubs left-hander with three consecutive 12-win seasons since Dick Ellsworth from 1963-65  W hile with the Cubs in 2008, set career bests with 17 wins and 184 punchouts (4th most by a Cub lefthander in franchise history) while tying his career high with 34 starts (2007)  Selected to his first All-Star Game in 2004 as a member of the Blue Jays  Tossed a complete-game one-hitter on April 27, 2002 at Seattle, but lost 1-0  Ranked second among American League rookies with 112 strikeouts in 26 games (21 GS) with the Yankees in 2001, trailing only CC Sabathias 171  Made his Major League debut on May 14, 1999 at Pittsburgh, allowing one run in 1.0 inning of relief for the Expos  Picked up his first win on April 28, 2001, allowing three runs on two hits in 5.2 innings in the Yankees 7-6 win over the As at Yankee Stadium  Originally selected by the Dodgers in the 23rd round of the 1996 First-Year Player Draft

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2012
M  ade just eight starts in an injury-shortened seasonmissed eight games from the start of the 2012 season until April 14 with neck stiffness and later landed on the disabled list on May 24 with left shoulder inflammation, missing the final 118 games  Limited opponents to a .203 batting average (36-for-177) on the seasonposted five consecutive starts of allowing two runs or less from April 14-May 7, going 4-0 with a 1.41 ERA (5 ER/32.0 IP) during that span recorded a quality start in six of his eight starts LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide199

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S  et a new career-long winning streak by winning his eighth consecutive decision on May 13 vs. Colorado... went 8-0 with a 1.37 ERA (10 ER/65.2 IP) in a stretch of 10 starts from Sept. 17, 2011-May 18, 2012allowed just two home runs during the streak and limited opponents to a .165 batting averagewon five consecutive starts from Sept. 17-April 20  P osted a 3-0 record with a 1.62 ERA (6 ER/33.1 IP) in five starts at Dodger Stadium  Made four rehab starts at Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, going 0-1 with a 5.73 ERA (7 ER/ 11.0 IP)

2011
P  osted a 12-14 record with a 3.97 ERA in 33 starts for the Dodgers  Was spectacular over the last two months of the season and finished the year going 12-14 with a 3.97 ERA (85 ER/192.2 IP) over 33 starts  Won five of his last six starts and posted a 2.09 ERA (16 ER/69.0 IP) over his last 11 starts from Aug. 3 to Sept. 28...his .169 opponents batting average over the last two months of the campaign led the Majors  On the year, his .238 opponents batting average ranked 11th in the National League...his .183 opponents average after the All-Star break led all Major League starters  Left-handers batted just .210 against him on the season, which ranked sixth in the NL among starters  Struck out 158 and walked just 51 on the season...his 3.10 strikeout-to-walk ratio ranked 20th in the NL  Walked just 2.38 batters per nine innings...walked two or fewer in 31 of his 33 starts  On May 10, became just the 17th active pitcher to record at least 1,500 strikeouts when he fanned Pittsburghs Jose Tabata  Tossed a season-high 8.0 innings on Aug. 9 vs. Philadelphia, but took the loss, 2-1  Struck out a season-high nine batters twice (July 17 at Arizona and Sept. 6 at Washington)  Went 9-6 with a 3.23 ERA in 17 starts against the NL West  Was 3-1 with a 1.75 ERA (6 ER/30.2 IP) in the month of September  Limited the opposition to a .217 batting average (55-for-253) when runners were on base

2010
W  ent 7-4 with a 3.52 ERA in 12 starts with the Dodgers after being acquired on July 31 along with Ryan Theriot from the Cubs in exchange for Blake DeWitt and minor league pitchers Kyle Smit and Brett Wallach...returned to the Dodger organization after being originally drafted Ted Lilly poses with a fan during Photo Day at by the club in 1996 Dodger Stadium.  O verall, went 10-12 with a 3.62 ERA in 30 combined starts with the Dodgers and Cubsreached the 10-win plateau for the eighth consecutive year on the final day of the season  Tossed 6.0 or more innings in 24 of his 30 starts (10 of 12 starts with LA) while going 7.0 or more innings 15 times this season (seven with LA)  T ied with Tim Hudson and Josh Johnson for the ninth-lowest opponents batting average in the NL, holding the opposition to a .229 averagelimited right-handed hitters to a .213 batting average (125-for-587), the fifth-lowest average among qualifying National League starters  Walked just 44 in 193.2 innings this season for an average of 2.04 walks per 9.0 innings, the second-lowest mark in the National League behind Philadelphias Roy Halladay (1.08)permitted an average of just 9.94 baserunners per 9.0 innings (214 BR/192.3 IP), the sixth fewest on the Senior Circuit  Received a Major League-low average of 2.88 runs of support per 9.0 innings with the Dodgers and Cubs  Went 5-1 with a 3.29 ERA (14 ER/38.1 IP) in six August starts, tying New Yorks CC Sabathia for the big league lead in August victories  Started out his Dodger career 5-0 with victories in each of his first five starts from Aug. 3-24, becoming the first Los Angeles pitcher to pick up a win in each of his first five starts with the club since Kazuhisa Ishii won his first six starts with the team from April 6-May 4, 2002 200

H  is .200 opponents batting average (28-for-140) in August was tied for the seventh lowest in the National Leaguehis 6.0 strikeout-to-walk ratio (36 K/6 BB) ranked third in the league in August  On Aug. 19 against Colorado, struck out a season-high 11 batters and allowed just two hits in his third career shutout and the fifth complete game of his careerat one point, sat down 19 consecutive Rockies hitters in his fourth start in Dodger blue LOWEST Opponents AVG,  W ith Los Angeles, limited opposing hitters to a .218 batting NL, 2007-12 average (61-for-280) with 77 strikeouts in 76.2 innings, while walking only 15opposing batters hit just .189 (10-for-53) Player OPP AVG with 21 strikeouts with runners in scoring position and he held 1. Clayton Kershaw............................. .215 right-handed hitters to a .196 batting average (46-for-235) 2. Tim Lincecum....................................... .228  Went 4-1 with a 2.09 ERA (10 ER/43.0 IP) in his six starts at Dodger Stadium, while limiting opposing hitters to a .163 3. Matt Cain.............................................. .230 average (24-for-147) at home 4. Ubaldo Jimenez..................................... .231  Made a career-high 22 quality starts, which tied for the 13th 5. Ted Lilly.......................................... .233 most in the NLhad 10 quality starts in 12 outings with the 6. Cole Hamels.......................................... .237 Dodgersallowed zero or one run(s) in five starts with the Dodgers  Allowed 13 home runs in his 76.2 innings with Los Angeles, which were the most by a Dodger pitcher from Aug. 1 through the end of the season...tied for fourth most overall home runs allowed on the clubalso allowed multiple home runs in four of his starts with the team  Started the season on the 15-day disabled list while recovering from Nov. 3, 2009 left shoulder arthroscopic surgerysurgery was performed by Dr. Lewis Yocummade his first start of the season on April 24 at Milwaukee after two minor league rehab starts  Went 3-8 with a 3.69 ERA (48 ER/117.0 IP), 89 strikeouts and 29 walks in 18 starts with the Cubs  Carried a no-hitter into the ninth inning on June 13 with the Cubs before Juan Pierre broke up the bid with a leadoff singlethe 8.0 hitless innings were a career high

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2009
F  inished his third season in Chicago with a career-low 3.10 ERA (61 ER/177.0 IP) and a 12-9 mark in 27 starts, while earning a spot on the National League All-Star team recorded 21 quality starts  Was his second career All-Star honor and first since 2004, but did not appear in the National Leagues 4-3 setback  Went 3-3 with a 2.95 ERA (19 ER/58.0 IP) in the second half of the season (nine starts) began the year 9-6 with a 3.18 ERA (42 ER/119.0 IP) in 18 starts prior to the All-Star break  Lowered his monthly ERA each of the first three months of the season: 3.80 in April, 3.32 in May and 3.12 in June  Was shelved on July 25, retroactive to July 21, with left shoulder inflammationwas activated on Aug.17 and made the start that night in San Diego, tossing 6.0 shutout inningswhile on the DL, had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee  Ranked third in the Majors with a 1.87 home ERA (19 ER/91.1 IP) ... had a 4.41 ERA (42 ER/85.2 IP) away from Wrigley Fieldtossed 6.0 or more innings in each of his 13 home starts  T ied a single-season club record with 12 consecutive home quality starts, April 13-Sept. 3  Had eight home wins, falling one victory shy of matching his career high of nine, done in 2006 and 2007  Issued just 36 free passes, good for an average of 1.83 walks per 9.0 innings, which was fifth in the NL and ninth in the big leagues  Tossed 6.0 or more innings in 24 starts, boasting an 11-7 mark with a 2.43 ERA (44 ER/163.0 IP), 139 strikeouts and 30 walks in those games  Was 8-1 when receiving four or more runs of support  Was 8-4 with a 2.73 ERA (31 ER/102.1 IP) in 15 day starts  Held the Rockies hitless through 6.2 innings en route to the Cubs 4-0 blanking of Colorado in Chicagos home opener on April 13 the no-hitter was broken up by Garrett Atkins single to left in the seventh  Garnered a decision in each of his first 10 starts of the season, going 6-4 in that span  Rode a career-high seven-game home winning streak, May 2-Sept. 13  Lowered his ERA 73 points from 3.77 to 3.04 in five starts, May 29-June 20, boasting a 1.83 ERA (7 ER/34.1 IP) during that span  Earned the 100th win of his career on July 11 vs. St. Louis, the second Cub in 2009 to accomplish the feat, joining Carlos Zambrano LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide201

F  inished the season strong, posting a 3-1 ledger with a 2.08 ERA (8 ER/34.2 IP) in five September starts  Underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder on Nov. 3 in Los Angeles the surgery was performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum

2008
S  et career marks with 17 victories and 184 strikeouts while tying his career high with 34 starts ... his 204.2 innings of work narrowly missed his career high of 207.0 innings pitched in 2007  Finished the season 17-9 with a 4.09 ERA (93 ER/204.2 IP) in 34 starts... his 17 victories were the most by a Cubs southpaw in 38 years since Ken Holtzman won 17 games in 1970  His 184 strikeouts were the fourth-highest single-season total by a southpaw in franchise history ... the top three: Ken Holtzman with 202 strikeouts in 1970, Hippo Vaughn with 195 in 1917 and Dick Ellsworth with 185 in 1963  Including 34 starts in 2007, became the first Cubs southpaw to make at least 34 starts in back-to-back seasons since Ken Holtzman in 1969 (39) and 1970 (38)  Went 10-4 with a 3.77 ERA (48 ER/114.2 IP) in 19 road starts became just the second Cubs lefty to win 10 games on the road ... Dick Ellsworth also accomplished the feat, going 10-5 away from Wrigley in 1963  Went 17-6 with a 3.58 ERA (74 ER/186.0 IP) in his final 30 outings after beginning the season 0-3 with a 9.16 ERA (19 ER/18.2 IP) in his first four starts  Was 8-3 with a 3.32 ERA (33 ER/89.1 IP) in the second half of the season ... began the year 9-6 with a 4.68 ERA (60 ER/115.1 IP) in 20 starts prior to the All-Star Game  Surrendered a career-high 32 home runs  Combined to go 8-1 with a 3.79 ERA (32 ER/76.0 IP) in 12 starts in May and June  Was 7-5 with a 4.50 ERA (45 ER/90.0 IP) in 15 home starts  Had three four-win months, going 4-0 with a 4.72 ERA (18 ER/34.1 IP) in May, 4-1 with a 3.02 ERA (14 ER/41.2 IP) in June and 4-1 with a 3.30 ERA (11 ER/30.0 IP) in September  Had three season-high, four-game winning streaks, including one over his final four starts of the season, Sept. 10-27  Twice carried a no-hitter into the seventh: Sept. 15 against Houston in Milwaukee (Mark Loretta singled with none out in seventh) and Sept. 27 at Milwaukee (Ryan Braun doubled to start the seventh)  Batted .177 (11-for-62) with five RBI and a career-high 12 sacrifice hits... had a career-best two hits on June 25 vs. Baltimore lilly

2007
S  hined in his first season with the Cubs as his 15 wins tied his career high and were the most by a Chicago lefty since Greg Hibbard won 15 contests in 1993 ... his 34 starts and 207.0 innings pitched were career highs at the time  Put together a career-high, seven-game winning streak, June 15-July 25, surpassing his previous high of six games  His .652 winning percentage (15-8) ranked third among lefties in the NL and fifth among southpaws in the Majors  His 10.39 baserunners allowed per 9.0 innings ranked among the top 10 in the Majors  Was 9-1 with a 3.71 ERA (44 ER/106.2 IP) in 17 starts following a Cubs loss  Went 9-5 with a 3.87 ERA (53 ER/123.1 IP) in 19 Wrigley Field starts...was 6-3 with a 3.76 ERA (35 ER/83.2 IP) in 15 road outings  Went 5-1 with a 2.52 ERA (11 ER/39.1 IP) in six July starts the five wins in a single month established a career high  Had a career-best, four-game hitting streak, July 7-25, driving in three runs in that span  Struck out Houstons Hunter Pence in the third inning on July 14 for his 900th career strikeout  Made the start for the Cubs in Game Two of the NLDS in Arizona...was tagged with the loss, working 3.1 innings and allowing six runs on seven hits, while striking out four batters

2006
W  ent 15-13 with a 4.31 ERA (87 ER/181.2 IP) in 32 starts for Torontothe 15 victories marked a then career best for the left-hander...his 18 quality starts ranked second on the club Posted  a 4-2 September record with a 2.45 ERAfive of his last six starts were quality outings  Was seventh in the AL with 7.93 strikeouts per 9.0 innings 202

L  ed all Toronto pitchers with 160 strikeouts, 28 home runs allowed, 81 walks and was tied for first with 32 starts  Opponents batted .254 (179-for-706) off Lilly, with lefties producing a .202 batting average (25-for-124)  On April 13 at Boston, he became the first visiting pitcher in five seasons to record 10 or more strikeouts with no walks at Fenway Parkearned the win that day, tossing 7.0 innings while allowing just one earned run on six hits with 10 strikeouts  Notched his 700th career strikeout by punching out Vance Wilson in the seventh inning on June 10 vs. Detroit  Recorded his 50th career win on June 15 vs. Baltimore

NL WINS LEADERS, 2007-12 Player WINS 1. Cole Hamels...............................................82 2. Tim Lincecum........................................... 79 3t. Tim Hudson............................................. 78 3t. Adam Wainwright.................................. 78 5. Bronson Arroyo......................................... 77 6. Chad Billingsley..................................73 7. Ted Lilly............................................... 71 8. Matt Cain..................................................70

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W  as 10-11 with a 5.56 ERA in 25 starts during his second season with the Blue Jays  Endured two stints on the disabled list: Placed on the 15-day disabled list on April 1 with left shoulder tendinitis (retroactive to March 25)...landed back on 15-day DL on July 25 with left bicep tendinitis was activated on Sept. 6  Was 8-3 with a 4.14 ERA at homewas 2-8 with a 7.57 ERA on the road  From May 20 to July 6, had five-straight victories at Rogers Centre, which was just two short of the club record for consecutive winning starts at homethe record is held by Dave Stieb he won seven straight at Exhibition Stadium (1983-1984)  From June 15 through July 14, was 4-2 with a 2.13 ERA in six starts with five quality outings  In July was 3-1 with a 3.68 ERA (12 ER/29.1 IP) in five starts  In his 25 starts, received 129 runs of support for an average of 5.1 per outing

2004
I  n his first season with Toronto, he matched a then career high with 12 wins (12-10) and posted a 4.06 ERA made 32 starts and worked 197.1 innings, both career highs at the time  Was tied for sixth in the AL with a then career-high 168 strikeouts  Represented the Blue Jays in the 2004 All-Star Game in Houston, his first career All-Star selection and appearancepitched a scoreless sixth inning (1.0 IP, 2 H, SO)  Was second in the AL in fewest hits allowed per 9.0 innings at 7.80 and tied for third in walks (89)  Opponents batted .230 off the southpaw, second lowest in the ALleft-handed hitters batted .196 (sixth in AL) and right-handed batters hit .238  Allowed a team-high 26 home runs, 22 by right-handed hitters  Made his Blue Jays debut on April 9 at Boston in the Red Sox home opener and recorded a no-decision in Torontos first win of the season  Spun a complete-game two-hitter on April 26 at Minnesota in his 100th career game, 75th start  On Aug. 23 vs. Boston, he pitched his second complete game of the season and first shutout as a Blue Jaywas his fourth career complete-game effort and second career shutout  Set club record for strikeouts by a lefty with a career-high 13, which included a franchise-record six consecutive hitters

2003
W  on a then career-high 12 games with Oakland, while making 31 starts  Struck out a season-high 10 batters on April 15 at Seattle, his third career 10-strikeout game  Was the As hottest pitcher from Aug. 25 through the remainder of the season, going 6-1 with a 2.06 ERA (9 ER/39.1 IP) in his final seven starts  Allowed just four home runs over his last 13 games, 12 starts (68.0 IP)  Had a career-high 22.0-inning scoreless streak, Sept. 5-28, the As longest of the year  Was 4-1 with a 2.05 ERA in September the four September wins were his most ever in that month  T ied for the Major League lead with four balks, the most by an As pitcher since Curt Young had four in 1989  T ied an Oakland record on June 11 against Atlanta when he allowed five home runs, equaling the mark set by Curt Young on July 7, 1988 at Detroit and matched by Dave Telgheder at Seattle on Sept. 21, 1996  In the postseason against Boston, appeared in two games (1 GS) and allowed one unearned run in 9.0 innings of work LOS ANGELES DODGERS 2013 guide203

2002
B  egan the year with the Yankees, but was acquired by Oakland on July 6 in a deal in which the As sent minor leaguers Carlos Pea, Franklyn German and Jeremy Bonderman to Detroit for cash and Jeff Weaverthe As then sent Weaver to New York (AL) for Lilly and minor leaguers John-Ford Griffin and Jason Arnold  Tossed a complete-game one-hitter at Seattle on April 27 but lost, 1-0 it was the 58th one-hitter in Yankees history but the only regular-season lossthe Yankees did lose a no-hitter on July 1, 1990 at Chicago (AL)  Tossed his first career shutout in a 1-0 win at San Diego on June 22 allowed three hits and walked two while striking out a then career-high 11  Was on the disabled list, July 23-Sept. 10, with an inflamed left shoulder  Made two relief appearances against Minnesota in the ALDS and was 0-1 with a 13.50 ERAtook the loss in Game 1, giving up two earned runs in 0.2 innings of work, relieving Tim Hudson with one out in the sixth inning, a 5-4 lead and the bases empty and allowed the tying and go-ahead runs to scorealso relieved Hudson in Game 4 gave up four earned runs in 3.1 innings and had a no-decision in the As 11-2 loss

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2001
 pent the majority of the season with the Yankees, going 5-6 with a 5.37 ERA in 26 games (21 starts) S Was second among American League rookies with 112 strikeouts behind Clevelands CC Sabathia (171)  Began the season with Triple-A Columbus was recalled on April 22 after making three starts  In his first start as a Yankee he recorded his first career 10-strikeout game on April 22 against Bostonwas the  first double-digit strikeout performance by a pitcher making his first start for the Yankees since Charles Hudson in 1987 (10) Recorded his first Major League win on April 28 against Oakland, allowing three earned runs in 5.2 innings  Served a six-game suspension, Aug. 11-18, after hitting Scott Spiezio with a pitch on Aug. 5 vs. Anaheim (was not  ejected from the game) Was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Aug. 21 and was recalled on Sept. 1 after making two starts with  Columbus On Sept. 26 against Tampa Bay, he established a career high with 7.2 innings in relief of Andy Pettittewas  the longest relief outing in the Majors since the White Soxs Melido Perez went 7.2 innings June 15, 1991 against Kansas City

2000
M  ade seven September relief appearances with the Yankees, going 0-0 with a 5.63 ERA...made his Yankees debut on Sept. 11 against Boston, pitching a perfect ninth inning in a 4-0 setback  Began the season on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 25, with tendinitis of the left shoulderwas reinstated from the disabled list and optioned to Columbus on May 23  Finished second in the International League with 127 strikeouts  T ied a Columbus single-game record with 15 strikeouts on Aug. 20 vs. Louisville  Was named International League Pitcher of the Week for the week of Aug. 14-20, going 1-0 in two starts without allowing an earned run in 15.0 inningsgave up nine hits, five walks and struck out 22 en route to the honor

1999
W  as 0-1 with a 7.61 ERA in nine games (three starts) with the Expos in two separate stints at the Major League level  Was first recalled on May 14 after Shane Andrews was placed on the disabled list  Made four relief appearances and allowed four earned runs in 4.0 innings before being optioned back to Triple-A on May 31  Was selected as the International League Player of the Week from May 10-16 after going 2-0  Was placed on the Ottawa disabled list after his June 20 start with shoulder tendinitis did not pitch again until Aug. 11  Was recalled again to the big league club on Sept. 7  Underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder on Oct. 20 to repair a small tear in his labrum

1998
P  itched for three minor league teams in two organizations, combining to go 11-9 with a 3.91 ERA in 29 starts  Began the season in the Dodgers system at Double-A San Antonio, before being promoted to Triple-A Albuquerque on July 1made five starts for Albuquerque before being acquired by Montreal as part of a sevenplayer trade on July 31 204

S  pent the remainder of the season at Triple-A Ottawa  Pitched for Arecibo in Puerto Rico at seasons end

1997
S  pent the entire season at Single-A San Bernardino where he was named the California League Pitcher of the Year and was named to the leagues postseason All-Star team after going 7-8 with a 2.81 ERA in 23 games (21 starts)  Ranked first in the league in ERA  T hrew a no-hitter on May 10 vs. Lake Elsinore after missing two weeks because of a back injury  Became the first player in California League history to earn Pitcher of the Week honors four times, three times in a one-month span  Missed the final three weeks of the season with a pinched nerve in his left shoulder  Ranked sixth among the Top 10 prospects in the league by Baseball America lilly

1996
B  egan his pro career with Single-A Yakima...was 4-0 in 13 games (eight starts) and led all short-season minor leaguers with a 0.84 ERA (5 ER/53.2 IP)...rated the seventh-best prospect in the Dodger organization by Baseball America

Personal
 heodore Roosevelt Lillyresides in Oakhurst, CA with his wife, Natasha, son, Theo, and daughter, Noragraduated T in 1994 from Yosemite High School in Californiaattended Fresno City Collegein 2009, was the Cubs nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award, a yearly nomination given to a Major League Baseball player on each team who excels on the field and is also committed to community workin February 2012, held the First Annual Ted Lilly Golf Tournament to benefit Mountain Area youth baseball...the tournament took place at the Sierra Meadows Golf Course in Ahwahnee, CA...visited with arthritis patients from Central Valley Childrens Hospital on June 18, 2011 at Dodger Stadium...donated the grant associated with the award to P.A.W.S. Chicago, a no-kill animal shelterhas participated in the Taylor Hooton Foundations Hoots Chalk Talk program and the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers PLAY program, meeting with kids at Wrigley Field to discuss the dangers of drug useselected by the Dodgers in the 23rd round of the 1996 First-Year Player Draftsigned by Joe Ferrone.

TED LILLYs CAREER PITCHING RECORD


Year Team W-L 1996 Yakima 4-0 1997 San Bernardino 7-8 1998 Ottawa 2-2 Albuquerque 1-3 San Antonio 8-4 1999 MONTREAL 0-1 Ottawa 8-5 2000 NEW YORK (AL) 0-0 Columbus 8-11 Tampa 0-0 2001 NEW YORK (AL) 5-6 Columbus 0-0 2002 NEW YORK (AL) 3-6 OAKLAND 2-1 2003 OAKLAND 12-10 2004 TORONTO 12-10 2005 TORONTO 10-11 Syracuse 0-1 2006 TORONTO 15-13 2007 CHICAGO (NL) 15-8 2008 CHICAGO (NL) 17-9 2009 CHICAGO (NL) 12-9 Peoria 1-0 2010 CHICAGO (NL) 3-8 LOS ANGELES 7-4 Peoria 1-0 Iowa 0-0 2011 LOS ANGELES 12-14 2012 LOS ANGELES 5-1 Rancho Cucamonga 0-1 Major League-14 years 130-111 Dodger Totals-3 years 24-19 Minor League-10 years 40-35 ERA 0.84 2.81 4.85 4.94 3.30 7.61 3.84 5.63 4.19 1.35 5.37 2.84 3.40 4.63 4.34 4.06 5.56 3.12 4.31 3.83 4.09 3.10 0.00 3.69 3.52 1.29 2.25 3.97 3.14 5.73 4.13 3.74 3.38 G 13 23 7 5 17 9 16 7 22 1 26 5 16 6 32 32 25 2 32 34 34 27 1 18 12 1 1 33 8 4 351 53 118 GS 8 21 7 5 17 3 16 0 22 1 21 5 11 5 31 32 25 2 32 34 34 27 1 18 12 1 1 33 8 4 326 53 111 CG SHO 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 1 0 5 2 SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP H 53.2 25 134.2 116 39.0 45 31.0 39 111.2 114 23.2 30 89.0 81 8.0 8 137.1 157 6.2 5 120.2 126 25.1 16 76.2 57 23.1 23 178.1 179 197.1 171 126.1 135 8.2 5 181.2 179 207.0 181 204.2 187 177.0 151 5.0 2 117.0 104 76.2 61 7.0 3 4.0 1 192.2 172 48.2 36 11.0 10 1959.2 1800 318.0 269 664.0 619 R ER 9 5 52 42 28 21 20 17 50 41 20 20 40 38 6 5 77 64 3 1 81 72 10 8 31 29 12 12 92 86 92 89 79 78 4 3 98 87 91 88 96 93 66 61 0 0 53 48 30 30 1 1 1 1 88 85 23 17 8 7 958 900 141 132 303 249 HR 0 9 8 3 8 7 12 1 14 0 20 2 10 5 24 26 23 1 28 28 32 22 0 19 13 0 1 28 3 3 289 44 61 HB 1 4 0 0 1 3 2 0 4 0 7 1 5 1 5 6 3 3 4 3 7 2 0 2 3 0 0 9 2 0 62 14 16 BB SO WP 14 75 0 32 158 7 19 49 0 9 25 1 37 96 4 9 28 1 23 78 1 5 11 1 48 127 5 1 6 1 51 112 9 8 30 1 24 59 6 7 18 0 58 147 5 89 168 6 58 96 2 5 9 0 81 160 7 55 174 7 64 184 4 36 151 3 1 2 0 29 89 2 15 77 0 1 9 0 1 4 0 51 158 2 19 31 3 2 7 0 651 1663 58 85 266 5 201 675 20 BK 2 5 0 2 3 0 2 1 4 0 2 0 0 1 4 4 2 0 4 0 4 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 29 2 18 AVG .135 .234 .280 .310 .266 .309 .242 .235 .287 .192 .267 .176 .202 .253 .255 .230 .272 .172 .254 .236 .239 .230 .125 .236 .218 .125 .077 .238 .203 .238 .242 .228 .246

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Year Team 1999 Expos 2001 Yankees 2002 Yankees 2003 Athletics 2004 Blue Jays 2005 Blue Jays 2006 Blue Jays 2007 Cubs 2008 Cubs 2009 Cubs 2010 Cubs Dodgers 2011 Dodgers 2012 Dodgers Totals AVG .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .137 .177 .088 .032 .043 .086 .067 .102 G 9 2 2 2 3 2 2 33 33 26 16 12 32 8 182 AB 5 1 3 5 3 3 3 73 62 57 31 23 58 15 342 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 2 1 0 0 0 10 H 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 11 5 1 1 5 1 35 2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 6 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 2 1 0 4 0 17 SH 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 12 5 2 2 5 4 37 SF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 BB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 8 SO 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 32 29 27 17 9 13 7 144 SB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 CS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 OBP .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .149 .190 .119 .118 .083 .086 .125 .125 SLG .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .151 .210 .140 .032 .043 .121 .067 .126

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TED LILLYs CAREER POSTSEASON PITCHING


Year Team 2002 ALDS: OAK vs. MIN 2003 ALDS: OAK vs. BOS 2007 NLDS: CHC vs. ARI Postseason Totals LDS Totals W-L 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-2 ERA 13.50 0.00 16.20 6.61 6.61 G 2 2 1 5 5 GS 0 1 1 2 2 CG SHO 0 0 0