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1 GAME NOTES Sunday, April 17, 2016 TRENTON THUNDER (5-4) v. NEW HAMPSHIRE FISHER CATS (4-4) LHP Jordan Montgomery (0-0, 5.40) v. LHP Shane Dawson (1-0, 0.00) 1:35 PM Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Manchester, N.H. Game No. 9 (4-4) Home Game No. 4 (2-1) vs. Trenton No. 4 (2-1) 2016 AT A GLANCE Home 2-1 Road 2-3 Day 2-2 Night 2-2 Extra Innings Run Games Run Games Run Games Run Games 3-1 Last 5 Games 3-2 Last 10 Games 4-4 April 4-4 May 0-0 June 0-0 July 0-0 August 0-0 September 0-0 Pre All-Star 4-4 Post All-Star 0-0 Lead after Tied after Behind after Lead after Tied after Behind after Scores First 3-2 Opp Scores First 1-2 NH 10+ Hits 1-0 Opp 10+ Hits 0-1 Opp Starts RH 3-3 Opp Starts LH 1-1 C-F-B Wins 1 W-L in Last AB 1-0 Walk-off W/L 1-0 Shutouts by NH 2 Shutouts by OPP 0 Sunday 1-0 Monday 0-1 Tuesday 1-0 Wednesday 0-1 Thursday 1-0 Friday 1-1 Saturday 0-1 White Jerseys 0-0 Blue Jerseys 1-1 Red Jerseys 2-3 Alternate Jerseys 1-0 Postponements H: 0 A: 2 Longest Win Streak 2 Longest Losing Streak 1 LAST GAME: The New Hampshire Fisher Cats had a wealth of opportunities but couldn't make the most of them Saturday night, dropping a 7-1 decision to the Trenton Thunder at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The Fisher Cats got runners to scoring position with no outs five times but only mustered one run out of all those opportunities, allowing Dietrich Enns to twirl six shutout innings against them. The Thunder scored seven runs just a day after the Fisher Cats had hit that mark against them. Jon Berti singled in the eighth inning to get a hit in his sixth straight game. TODAY S STARTER: Shane Dawson makes his second Fisher Cats start Sunday against the Thunder. In his first start, Shane dominated Hartford with five scoreless innings, fanning four and allowing three hits. Dawson split 2015 between Lansing and Dunedin, amassing an impressive 15-6 record with a 3.03 ERA and 120 strikeouts in innings pitched. WILD WALK-OFF WACKINESS: The Fisher Cats walk-off win Thursday night was a historic occurrence, as it marks the first time they ve won a home opener in walk-off fashion in team history. The last time the Fisher Cats won a game with a walk-off hit was July 18, 2015, when Roemon Fields singled home Jack Murphy to defeat the Portland Sea Dogs. TOP PROSPECTS: Five Fisher Cats are among the Top 30 in the Blue Jays organization, according to Baseball America. Rowdy Tellez is the highest ranked at No. 7, with Roemon Fields next at No. 13 and Brady Dragmire close behind at No. 16. Matt Dean is 24 th while Dwight Smith, Jr. comes in at 28 th. April by the Numbers Record 4-4 Home 2-1 Away 2-3 Team ERA 2.61 Starters ERA 2.51 Bullpen ERA 2.77 Team AVG.223 Runs/Game 3.6 Home Runs 3 Fisher Cats vs. Trenton Home 2-1 Away Home 7-2 Away 5-5 All-Time Home Away MEACH S MILESTONE: Fisher Cats Bobby Meacham is coming up on a major managerial accomplishment in the 2016 season. After 2015, Meach has 561 career wins as a minor league manager, and needs only 39 in 2016 to get to 600 for his career. He has gotten 135 of those wins with New Hampshire. SPEED KILLS: The Fisher Cats have run wild on the bases in 2016, with a league-best 17 steals in 19 attempts over their first seven games. Jon Berti leads the way with six steals (tops in the league), and Roemon Fields has five (tied for second). In 2015, the Fisher Cats stole 19 bases between April and May. FISHER CATS ALUMNI REPORT Brett Lawrie hit a two-run homer in a 7-2 losing effort for the Chicago White Sox against the Tampa Bay Rays. Danny Farquhar threw a scoreless inning for Tampa Bay. Adeiny Hechevarria smacked a two-run homer for the Miami Marlins as they fell 6-4 to the Atlanta Braves. Upcoming Games Probables Time Monday, April 18 New Hampshire RHP Jeremy Gabryszwski (0-1, 2.31) v. Hartford RHP Zach Jemiola (1-0, 1.54) 5:35 p.m. Tuesday, April 19 New Hampshire TBD v. Hartford TBD 5:35 p.m. Wednesday, April 20 New Hampshire TBD v. Hartford RHP German Marquez (0-1, 0.90) 10:35 a.m.

2 FISHER CATS vs. THE EASTERN LEAGUE Eastern Home Away 2015 All-Time Binghamton (18) Hartford (19) Portland (21) Reading (22) Trenton (22) v. Eastern (102) Akron (6) Altoona (6) Bowie (6) Erie (6) Harrisburg (9) Richmond (7) v. Western (40) Totals SERIES BREAKDOWN 2G 3G 4G 5G Won Lost Split Sweeps Opp. Sweeps Home Away Fisher Cats vs. Trenton 2015 GM Result Winner Loser Save 4/14 W, 6-5/10 Browning Holder --- 4/15 W, 7-0 Anderson Ruth --- 4/16 L, 7-1 Enns Berken --- 4/17 4/25 4/26 4/27 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/26 7/21 7/22 7/23 7/24 8/12 8/13 8/14 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 All-Time vs. Trenton: Home: Away: Last sweep by Fisher Cats: April 27-29, 2015 at NH Last sweep by Trenton: May 18-10, 2012 at NH SEASON HIGHS AND LOWS T (ties record), N (new record) TEAM HITTING: Most Runs, Game.. 8 (4/10 at BIN) Most Runs, Inning.. 4 (4/15 vs. TRE---1 st ) Most Hits, Game.. 12 (4/10 at BIN) Fewest Hits, Game.. 3 (4/8 at BIN) Most Doubles, Game. 3 (2x; 4/13 at HFD) Most Triples, Game. 1 (4/15 vs. TRE) Most Home Runs, Game 1 (3x; 4/12 at HFD) Most Consec. HR, Game.. 1 (3x; 4/12 at HFD) Most Consec. Game w/hr 2 (4/11-4/12) Most Home Runs, Month 3 (April 2016) Most Total Bases, Game. 15 (4/10 at BIN) Most Extra Base Hits, Game 3 (4x; 4/15 vs. TRE) Most Walks.. 8 (4/15 vs. TRE) Most Strikeouts.. 10 (4/8 at BIN) Most Stolen Bases, Game 5 (4/15 vs. TRE) Most Hit into DP, Game. 3 (4/15 vs. TRE) Left on Base.. 10 (2x; 4/16 vs. TRE) Consec. Scoreless Innings 10.1 (4/15-4/16) Shutouts INDIVIDUAL HITTING: Most Runs, Game 3 (Berti, 4/12 at HFD) Most Hits, Game 2 (several) Most Doubles, Game.. 1 (several) Most Home Runs, Game.. 1 (3x; Dean, 4/12 at HFD) Most HR, Month.. 1 (3x; Dean, April 2016) Most Total Bases, Game. 4 (3x; Dean, 4/12) Most RBI, Game.. 4 (Smith, 4/10 at BIN) Most RBI, Month.. 5 (Smith, April 2016) Most Walks, Game.. 3 (Tellez, 4/15 vs. TRE) Most Strikeouts, Game.. 3 (Mesa, 4/15 vs. TRE) Longest Hit Streak 9 (Mesa, 8/24/15-4/8/16) Consec. Games On Base 9 (Mesa, 8/24/15-4/8/16) Consec. Hitless At-Bats.. 10 (2x; Smith 4/13-current) Most Stolen Bases, Game.. 3 (Berti, 4/12 at HFD) TEAM PITCHING: Most Runs Allowed 7 (4/16 vs. TRE) Most Runs, Inning 4 (4/14 vs. TRE 1st) Most Hits Allowed 10 (4/16 vs. TRE) Fewest Hits Allowed.. 5 (2x; 4/15 vs. TRE) Most HR Allowed, Game 1 (3x; 4/14 vs. TRE) Most Earned Runs 6 (4/16 vs. TRE) Most Strikeouts. 14 (4/14 vs. TRE) Most Walks. 6 (4/11 at HFD) Most Hit By Pitches 1 (4/16 vs. TRE) Scoreless Inning Streak 11.1 (4/12-4/13) Shutouts 2 (4/15 vs. TRE) INDIVIDUAL PITCHING: Most Innings, Game, Starter. 6.0 (2x; Berken, 4/16 vs. TRE) Most Innings, Game, Reliever. 2.1 (M. Smith, 4/14 vs. TRE) Most Hits, Starter 6 (2x; Berken, 4/16 vs. TRE) Most Runs, Starter 4 (Santos, 4/14 vs. TRE) Most Runs, Reliever 3 (Stilson, 4/16 vs. TRE) Most ER, Game, Starter 4 (Santos, 4/14 vs. TRE) Most ER, Game, Reliever 2 (2x; Stilson, 4/16 vs. TRE) Most HR, Starter 1 (Berken, 4/11 at HFD) Most HR, Reliever 1 (2x; C. Smith, 4/14 vs. TRE) Most Walks, Starter 3 (3x; Santos, 4/14 vs. TRE) Most Walks, Reliever 2 (2x; Dragmire, 4/15 vs. TRE) Most Strikeouts, Starter 8 (Santos, 4/14 vs. TRE) Most Strikeouts, Reliever 3 (2x; Hynes, 4/12 at HFD) Consecutive scoreless innings (Anderson, 4/15-current) Low-Hit Complete Game Wild Pitches, Game. 1 (4x; Stilson, 4/16 vs. TRE) TEAM & INDIVIDUAL FIELDING: Errors, Game, Team 2 (4/11 at HFD) Errors, Game, Individual 1 (4x; Flores, 4/16 vs. TRE) Opponents Errors, Game, Team 2 (4x; 4/16 vs. TRE) Double Plays, Game, by NH 1 (4x; 4/15 vs. TRE) Double Plays, Game, by Opp 3 (2x; 4/16 vs. TRE) Caught Stealing, Game, by NH. 2 (4/11 at HFD) TEAM MISCELLANEOUS: Longest Winning Streak.. 2 (4/14-4/15) Longest Losing Streak. 1 (4x; 4/16) High-Water Mark.. +1 (4/15 (4-3) Low-Water Mark -1 (3x; 4/13 (2-3) Longest Game, Innings 10 (4/14 vs. TRE) Longest Game Time (9 innings). H: 3:06, 2x; 4/16 A: 2:49, 4/10 Shortest Game Time (9 Innings) H: A: 2:00, 4/13 Largest Deficit Overcome in Win 4 (4/14 vs. TRE) Largest Margin of Victory. 7 (2x; 4/15 vs. TRE) Largest Margin of Defeat.. 6 (4/16 vs. TRE) Largest Home Attendance 6061 (4/14 vs. TRE)

3 FISHER CATS STARTING PITCHER # 23 Shane Dawson yrs old 1-0, GAME-BY-GAME RUNDOWN DATE RES DEC IP H R ER BB K HR HFD W, 4-0 W (1-0) /17 v. TRN Career: in 60 G/43 GS OPP BAA:.176 Home: --- vs. RHB:.222 (2/9) Road: 1-0, 0.00 vs. LHB:.125 (1/8) WHIP: 0.60 w/risp:.000 (0/1) TONIGHT S START Ø Second start of Dawson s debut season with New Hampshire. Ø In last start, made Double-A debut, throwing five shutout innings against Hartford, striking out four against three hits. v. TRENTON Ø Making debut against Thunder NOTES Ø First season with New Hampshire. LAST SEASON Ø Went 15-6 with 3.03 ERA in 24 games (22 starts) between Lansing and Dunedin, striking out 120 and walking only 32 in innings. Ø Tossed career-long 8 innings in start against Bowling Green Hot Rods on 5/28/15; allowed two runs (one earned) on seven hits and a walk, striking out three. Ø Fanned career-best 10 batters in dominant start vs. Dayton Dragons on 7/24/15, surrendering just two hits and one walk in six innings. Ø Named to 2015 Midwest League All-Star Team before promotion to Dunedin. CAREER NOTES Ø Was shut down in 2013 after four starts for Vancouver, due to elbow pain. Ø Shut down after 14 games in 2014 due to arm fatigue. PERSONAL NOTES Ø Born without infraspinatus muscle in left arm (part of rotator cuff) Ø Pitched for Team Canada in 2015 Pan-Am Games. Fisher Cats hitting coach Stubby Clapp was coach on that Pan-Am team. OBTAINED: Selected by Blue Jays in 17 th round of the 2012 draft out of Lethbridge College $ Hartford home game in Manchester *ties career high; # new career high; ^ties team record; %new team record CAREER & SEASON W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER BB K HR CAR v. TRENTON W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER BB K HR CAR DAWSON 2016 & CAREER HIGHS **BOLD indicates career high occurred in 2016** 2016 CAREER MOST IP 5.0 HFD) 8.0 BG) SHORTEST GS 5.0 HFD) 1.0 DAY) MOST K 4 HFD) 10 (7/24/15 v. DAY) MOST BB 0 HFD) 5 DAY) MOST H 3 HFD) 10 (2x; 6/14/15) MOST R 0 HFD) 6 (6/3/15 v. BUR) MOST ER 0 HFD) 5 (4x; FTW) MOST HR 0 HFD) 2 (2x; FTW) Tomorrow s starter Righty Jeremy Gabryszwski takes the bump for New Hampshire in his third start of the season Monday. Gabryszwski took the loss in his last start, allowing two runs on six hits over six innings against Hartford on Wednesday. The righty from Crosby, TX is 0-1 with a 2.31 ERA in two 2016 starts. He has only received two runs of run support. STARTERS BY THE NUMBERS TEAM RUN PITCHER GS QS W-L W-L AVG IP K/9 SUPPORT Anderson R/G Berken R/G Dawson R/G Gabryszwski R/G Santos R/G

4 2016 Fisher Cats Relievers BULLPEN BREAKDOWN FIRST BATTER Pitcher Last Relief Outing IP H R ER BB K SV/OPP HOLD RET/FACED IR/STRAND Barnes 4/16 v. TRN ND /0 0 2/3 2/2 Browning 4/16 v. TRN ND /0 0 3/3 6/4 Dragmire 4/15 v. TRN ND /0 1 2/3 2/2 Hynes 4/15 v. TRN ND /0 0 2/3 0/0 Schlereth 4/16 v. TRN ND /0 0 1/2 0/0 Smith, Chris 4/14 v. TRN BS (1) /1 0 2/2 0/0 Smith, Murphy 4/14 v. TRN ND /0 0 2/2 1/1 Stilson 4/16 v. TRN ND /0 0 1/2 0/0 TOTALS (ALL RELIEVERS) 0/1, /20, /9,.818 TEAM PITCHING W-L-S ERA IP H R ER BB K HR STARTERS RELIEVERS TOTALS TEAM CATCHING INN ER ERA PB CS-SBA, PCT PO Castillo , Saez , # 15 DANNY BARNES RHP yrs 3 G SV vs. LHB: 1-5, (.200), HR vs. RHB: 0-6, (.000) w/risp: 0-4, (.000) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 1.2 (4/16 v. TRN) ER: 1 HFD) K: 2 BIN) BB: 1 (2x; 4/16 v. TRN) LAST W: --- 4/16 v. TRN ND Trail, 4-0 Trail, 4-0 Loss, 7-1 HFD ND Trail, 2-1 Finished Loss, 3-1 BIN ND Lead, 8-1 Lead, 8-1 Win, 8-1 LAST SEASON: Placed on DL on 6/25-7/3 Allowed runs in 5 straight from 6/ L on road trip from 6/9-6/17, allowing 6 ER No runs allowed in 18.1 IP from 4/19-5/24 5 Ks on 5/11 v. NB First Double-A win in season debut on April 10 followed by first Double-A save on 4/12. Career record of 11-13, 2.78 in 197 G Has converted 59 of 70 career save opportunities Limited to 4 G in 2013 due to injury Double-A debut 7/6/12, allowed walk-off HR to Twins OF Oswaldo Arcia. Selected by the Blue Jays in the 35 th round of the 2010 draft Princeton University # 27 WIL BROWNING RHP yrs 3 G SV vs. LHB: 0-3, (.000) vs. RHB: 1-4, (.250) w/risp: 0-5, (.000) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 1.2 HFD) ER: 1 HFD) K: 3 HFD) BB: 1 HFD) LAST W: 4/14 v. TRN 4/16 v. TRN ND Trail, 6-0 Finished Loss, 7-1 4/14 v. TRN W (1-0) Tied, 5-5 Finished Win, 6-5/10 HFD ND Trail, 2-1 Finished Loss, 4-1 Earned win in home opener 4/14 v. Trenton. LAST SEASON: Earned first Double-A SV 7/1 at POR Named FSL All-Star with Dunedin going 2-0, 0.48 ERA, 11 S in 17 G Allowed 1 ER, 10 H, 23 K, 1 BB in 20.2 IP Returned to Dunedin after 6 ER v. RIC on 6/5 Earned his first W on 5/28 v. REA Earned H in first NH G on 5/19 at REA Began season with Dunedin 2-0, 0.57 ERA in 15.2 IP. Began pro career in 2012 after signing as NDFA from Louisiana-Monroe Pitched across three levels with 1.14 cumulative ERA Split 2013 with Lansing (32 G) and Dunedin (10 G) with 4-3 mark, 2.03 ERA). Signed as non-drafted free agent on June 11, 2012 Attended Louisiana-Monroe. # 17 BRADY DRAGMIRE RHP yrs 3 G SV vs. LHB: 0-6, (.000) vs. RHB: 1-9, (.111) w/risp: 0-3, (.000) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 2.0 HFD) ER: --- K: 2 (4/15 v. TRN) BB: 2 (4/15 v. TRN) LAST W: --- 4/15 v. TRN ND Lead, 6-0 Lead, 7-0 W, 7-0 HFD HD (1) Lead, 2-0 Lead, 4-0 W, 4-0 BNG ND Tied, 1-1 Tied, 1-1 L, 2-1 Made Fisher Cats debut Binghamton, allowing one hit in 1.1 innings Has been a part of two shutouts HFD, 4/15 v. TRN) LAST SEASON: Went 2-2 with 5.26 ERA in 40 games for Dunedin, recording one save Struck out 57 in 63.1 innings. Grew up playing with Fisher Cats teammate Rowdy Tellez Only member of Opening Day roster on Blue Jays 40-man roster Career 2.71 groundout/flyout ratio Converted from shortstop in high school Selected by the Blue Jays in the 17 th round of the 2011 draft Bradshaw Christian HS (CA) PICKOFFS BY PITCHERS Team Total: PITCHER No. LAST PITCHER No. Last Santos 1 4/14 v. TRN M. Smith 1 4/14 v. TRN OUTFIELD ASSISTS Team Total: PLAYER No. LAST Mesa 2 4/14 v. TRN ( )

5 # 31 COLT HYNES LHP yrs 3 G SV vs. LHB: 2-8, (.250) vs. RHB: 4-12, (.333) w/risp: 2-8, (.250) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 2.0 (2x; 4/15 v. TRN) ER: 1 BNG) K: 3 HFD) BB: 1 (2x; 4/15 v. TRN) LAST W: --- 4/15 v. TRN ND Lead, 7-0 Finished W, 7-0 HFD ND Lead, 4-0 Finished W, 4-0 BNG L (0-1) Tied, 1-1 Finished L, 2-1 Took loss on Opening Day (4/8), allowing one run on three hits on 4/8 at Binghamton Has been a part of two shutouts HFD, 4/15 v. TRN) LAST SEASON: Transferred to Fisher Cats on 6/28, made NH debut 6/29 at TRE.With Triple-A Buffalo, appeared in 23 G between 4/23-6/25 (0-2, 4.66 with 1 SV). Went 8 games scoreless 5/25-6/21.Opened season with Blue Jays, appearing in 5 G (2 ER- 3 IP). Claimed off waivers by Toronto on August 13, 2014.Originally drafted by San Diego in 31st round in Texas Tech. MLB debut with Padres on 7/14/13. Appeared in 22 G (17 ER- 17 IP) for San Diego.Traded to the Indians Oct. 31, Traded to the Dodgers for RHP Duke von Schamann on April 6, Selected by the Padres in the 31st round of the 2007 draft Texas Tech University # 20 DANIEL SCHLERETH LHP yrs 2 G SV vs. LHB: 1-4, (.250) vs. RHB: 2-4, (.500) w/risp: 1-2, (.500) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 1.1 HFD) ER: 2 (4/16 v. TRN) K: 2 HFD) BB: 2 (2x; 4/16 v. TRN) LAST W: --- 4/16 v. TRN ND Trail, 2-0 Trail, 4-0 Loss, 7-1 HFD ND Trail, 2-1 Trail, 2-1 Loss, LAST SEASON: Pitched only three games for AAA Iowa Cubs (Chicago Cubs), with 3.00 ERA in three innings. Traded 12/9/2009 with Max Scherzer, Austin Jackson and Phil Coke to Detroit; Ian Kennedy and Edwin Jackson to Arizona; Curtis Granderson to Yankees Gave up Jim Thome s 600th career homer 8/15/2011 vs. Minnesota Twins Made MLB debut 5/29/2009 for Arizona vs. Atlanta Transferred to Arizona from UNLV after one season Struck out 19 batters in single game in high school Football: Colorado Gatorade Offensive Player of the Year as HS Senior Son of former NFL offensive lineman Mark Schlereth (now ESPN commentator) Selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 1st round (26th) of the 2008 draft University of Arizona # 35 CHRIS SMITH RHP yrs 2 G SV vs. LHB: 0-2, (.000) vs. RHB: 1-6, (.167), HR w/risp: 0-1, (.000) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 1.2 (4/14 v. TRN) ER: 1 (4/14 v. TRN) K: 2 BIN) BB: 1 (4/14 v. TRN) LAST W: --- 4/14 v. TRN ND Lead, 5-4 Tied, 5-5 Win, 6-5/10 BIN ND Lead, 8-1 Finished Win, LAST SEASON: Debuted with Fisher Cats on 9/4, striking out the side at Trenton Signed by Blue Jays on 8/1, less than a week after being released by Yankees Went 3-1 with a 0.74 ERA in 22 games between Tampa and Dunedin, whiffing 41 and walking just five Released by Yankees on 7/26 Allowed seven runs in two-thirds of an inning against Portland on 5/29 Excepting disastrous outing, went 1-0 with 1.42 ERA in six outings for Thunder. Career record of 5-4, 2.56 ERA in 62 G Enters 2015 having given up just 10 HR in IP...Set Australian Baseball League record with 16 strikeouts in a single game in 2012 for Brisbane Bandits Avid fan of the Kentucky Wildcats. Attended Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, KY. # 19 MURPHY SMITH RHP yrs 2 G SV vs. LHB: 2-6, (.333) vs. RHB: 0-9, (.000) w/risp: 0-3, (.000) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 2.1 TRN) ER: --- K: 4 (4/14 v. TRN) BB: 1 (4/14 v. TRN) LAST W: BIN 4/14 v. TRN ND Trail, 4-3 Lead, 5-4 Win, 6-5/10 BIN W (1-0) Lead, 4-1 Lead, 7-1 Win, LAST SEASON: Split season between Dunedin and New Hampshire, making two starts for the Fisher Cats en route to overall 6-6 record with 3.40 ERA. Earned win against New Britain in Fisher Cats debut on 7/5, allowing three runs on four hits and three walks in five innings while fanning four. Fell four outs short of nohitter 6/6/15 for Dunedin. Spent in AA for Oakland (Midland RockHounds). Selected by the Oakland Athletics in the 13th round of the 2009 draft SUNY-Binghamton -- Signed as free agent on 4/14/15 # 12 JOHN STILSON RHP yrs 3 G SV vs. LHB: 2-5, (.400) vs. RHB: 1-6, (.167) w/risp: 1-4, (.250) LAST SV: --- SEASON HIGHS: IP: 1.0 HFD) ER: 2 (4/16 v. TRN) K: 1 (2x; 4/16 v. TRN) BB: 2 (4/16 v. TRN) LAST W: --- 4/16 v. TRN ND Trail, 4-0 Trail, 6-0 Loss, 3-1 HFD ND Trail, 2-1 Trail, 2-1 Loss, 3-1 BIN ND Lead, 7-1 Lead, 8-1 Win, 8-1 LAST SEASON: Appeared in only one game for Dunedin as he recovered from injury, allowing two runs on three hits and striking out 4 in 1.1 innings. Underwent surgery for torn labrum after 2014 season First-team Yahoo! All-American for Texas A&M in 2010 Pitched for New Hampshire in 2012, going 2-4 with 5.04 ERA in 17 G (9 GS) Selected by the Blue Jays in the 3 rd round of the 2011 draft Texas A&M University.

6 # 5 JON BERTI INF HR 2 RBI vs. LH: 5-9 (.556) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 5-22 (.227) 2 (3x; 4/14) H 4 (7x; 7/31/15) w/risp: 1-9 (.111) 1 (2x; 4/14) RBI 4 (2x; 8/20/14) Series: 4-13, 2 R, 3B, RBI, 3 SB HR 1 (several) Trip: 6-18, 5 R, 3 2B, 3 SB, RBI 5 (4/10-pres) STRK 15 (4/17/13-5/3/13) 2016 Fisher Cats Hitting Notes # 3 WILKIN CASTILLO C HR 2 RBI vs. LH: 0-1 (.000) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 3-15 (.200), 2 RBI 1 (2x; 4/15) H w/risp: 1-6 (.167), 2 RBI 2 (4/15) RBI Series: 1-7, 2 R, 2 RBI HR Trip: 2-9, 2B 1 (2x; 4/15) STRK Stole three bases and scored three runs HFD, steals match a career high. LAST SEASON: HBP 3 times on 6/25 v. POR Placed on DL on 5/18 after being hit in head on 5/17 9-game hit streak 5/2-5/11 (18-42) Tied career high with 4 H on 5/3 First 3 H game on 4/28 Recorded first SB of 2015 in Game 2, 4/12 vs. NB 4-hit game at Binghamton on 5/3. CAREER/PERSONAL: Finished second in EL with 40 stolen bases and 154 hits in 2014 Was named to Eastern League All-Star Team in 2014 Tore up the basepaths for Dunedin in 2013, leading Florida State League with 56 stolen bases, 85 runs, 576 plate appearances, and 505 at-bats Owns BGSU record with 17 career triples Father Tom Berti also played in MiLB for Detroit Tigers Played goalie in high school hockey Selected by the Blue Jays in the 18 th round in 2011 Bowling Green State U. LAST SEASON: Batted.250 in 21 games for AAA Indianapolis (Pittsburgh), collecting two doubles and two RBI. CAREER/PERSONAL: Made MLB debut 8/14/08 for Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh Played in 2013 and 2014 in Mexican Baseball League for Vaqueros Laguna, Toros de Tijuna, and Broncos de Reynosa Has never played in Eastern League Signed by Diamondbacks as international free agent 12/11/02 Signed with Toronto 2/26/16. # 24 MATT DEAN INF HR 3 RBI vs. LH: 1-4 (.250) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 2-15 (.133), HR, 3 RBI 1 (4/12) H w/risp: 1-5 (.200) 1 (4/12) RBI Series: 2-6, 2 RBI 1 (4/12) HR Trip: 1-10, R, HR, RBI, 5 K 2 (4/12-pres) STRK Hit homer for first AA hit HFD (Shane Broyles). LAST SEASON: Led FSL in homers (14) for Dunedin. CAREER/PERSONAL: 2014 Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star for Lansing Lugnuts 2013 batting champion in Appalachian League for Bluefield Blue Jays Was committed to play for Texas Longhorns Selected by the Blue Jays in the 13 th round in 2011 The Colony HS (TX) # 4 ROEMON FIELDS OF HR 0 RBI vs. LH: 1-4 (.250) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 6-25 (.240) 2 (4/15) H 4 (7/17/13) w/risp: 0-4 (.000) RBI 4 (3x; 5/16/14) Series: 2-8, 2 R, 2B, 2 BB, 2 SB HR 1 (13x) Trip: 5-21, 2 R, 2B, 3 SB 2 (4/8-4/9) STRK 9 (5/2/14-5/18/14) Stole two bases in first game of season BIN). LAST SEASON: 2015 leader in stolen bases with 23 Snapped 0-20 skid with single in 7 th inning, 9/3 v. POR Stole 3 bases in a single game on 8/13 v. Akron despite going 0-3 Walk-off single in bottom of 11 th on 7/18 v. POR.3H, first RBI with NH on 7/3 at POR Bunt single in first AA AB 6/26 vs. POR.Promoted to NH on 6/25 Spent first half with Dunedin, hitting.269 with 10 2B, 4 3B, 1 HR, 21 RBI Stole 21 bases in 30 tries. CAREER/PERSONAL: Set Vancouver Canadians record in 2014 with 48 stolen bases Diehard fan of Seattle Seahawks Seattle native was postal worker before signing with Blue Jays Signed as undrafted free agent in 2011 Bethany College (KS) # 6 JORGE FLORES INF HR 1 RBI vs. LH: 1-3 (.333) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 5-14 (.353), RBI 1 (4/8) H 4 (5/5/15) w/risp: 1-5 (.200) 1 (4/14) RBI 3 (2x; 5/10/14) Series: 3-7, 2 RBI HR 1 (6 HR) Trip: 3-10, R, RBI 2 (4/14-pres) STRK 11 (7/4/12-7/19/12) LAST SEASON: Hit first HR for NH (and first since June 2013) on 8/18/15 at Reading before hitting another homer 8/ Eastern League All-Star Made first RF appearance on 5/5/15 at Reading Career high four hits 5/5/15 at Reading. CAREER/PERSONAL: Attended same HS as fellow Blue Jays prospect Mitch Nay Made pro debut 6/22/12 vs. Tri-City Dust Devils, going 1-3 with a single Played in Mexican winter leagues in 2012 and 2013 Selected by the Blue Jays in the 19th round of the 2012 draft Selected by the Diamondbacks in the 46th round of the 2010 draft. # 28 K.C. HOBSON INF HR 4 RBI vs. LH: 2-7 (.286), RBI SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 6-20 (.300), 2 2B, 3 RBI 2 (2x; 4/14) H 5 (4/25/15) w/risp: 2-7 (.286), 4 RBI 2 (4/15) RBI 6 (2x; 9/1/13) Series: 4-10, 3 R, 2 2B, 3 RBI HR 2 (3x; 6/9/15) Trip: 4-18, 2B, RBI, K 3 (4/14-pres) STRK 10 (8/6-8/18/12) LAST SEASON: Hit first NH grand slam of 2015, 6/30 at POR...Hit in 8 straight 6/ Clubbed two HR on 6/9 at Akron...Homered in bottom of 9th v. REA on 5/28...Career-high 5 H plus 3 RBI on 4/25 v. BIN...4K on 4/21 at TRE...Homered on first 2 days of season with 4 RBI. CAREER/PERSONAL: Double-digit HR totals in Ranked 2nd with 19 HR in FSL in 2013, 6 RBI in final game of 13 season...son of former Red Sox player/manager, Butch Hobson...Lived in Nashua, went to Nashua South HS while Butch managed Nashua independent team...graduated HS in Calif. Selected by the Blue Jays in the 6th round in 2009 Stockdale (CA) HS

7 # 2 MELKY MESA OF HR 3 RBI vs. LH: 0-7 (.000) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 6-21 (.286), HR, 3 RBI 2 (4/14) H w/risp: 3-10 (.300), 2 RBI 1 (2x; 4/14) RBI Series: 3-13, R, 2B, RBI 1 (4/8) HR Trip: 3-15, R, HR, 2 RBI 2 (4/14-4/15) STRK 2016 Fisher Cats Hitting Notes # 16 SHANE OPITZ INF HR 0 RBI vs. LH: 1-3 (.333) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 2-10 (.200) 1 (2x; 4/15) H 4 (2x; 5/25/15) w/risp: 0-1 (.000) 1 (4/10) RBI 3 (4x; 7/28/13) Series: 1-5, 2 BB HR 1 (5/15/15) Trip: 2-8, R, BB, SB 1 (4/15) STRK 9 (4x; 5/18-27/15 Homered for only run for New Hampshire in season opener BIN) Drove in game-winning run in 10-inning 6-5 victory in home opener (4/14 v. TRN). LAST SEASON: Batted.413 with in 12 April games for Fisher Cats hit.299 over 43 games with 4 HR and 16 RBI in New Hampshire Hit.215 in 61 games for Buffalo. CAREER/PERSONAL: Made New Hampshire debut 5/28/14 vs. Binghamton, going 1-4 with a single and a strikeout Fell a triple short of the cycle 6/8/14 vs. Erie Made MLB debut 9/22/12 for Yankees vs. Oakland as PR for Eric Chavez Played in eight MLB games between 2012 and 2013 for Yankees, batting.300 in 15 at bats Fell one homer short of season for Tampa Yankees in 2010 Full first name is Melquisedec. Traded to Blue Jays by Royals for cash considerations on 5/26/14 Signed by Royals as Free Agent on 1/8/14 Signed by Yankees as International Free Agent on 7/2/03 LAST SEASON: Team s first-ever walk-off pinch hit for first Double-A RBI on 4/23...Collected two hits on 4/16 for first of season...made AA debut as PR on 4/11...Homered v. SNHU on 4/7... First 2015 HR on BIN. He had a 9 game hit streak beginning on 5/18 5/27 going CAREER/PERSONAL: Pro debut as 18-year-old in 2010 with GCL...Primarily shortstop, but has played all 4 infield positions...played 75 G in 2013 (Lansing, Dunedin), hitting.322 (78-242)...Played for Canberra in Australia after 2013 season hitting.261 in 28 G. Selected by the Blue Jays in 11th round in 2010 Heritage HS (Colorado) # 7 IAN PARMLEY OF HR 0 RBI vs. LH: 1-3 (.333) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 1-9 (.111) 1 (4/10) H w/risp: 0-6 (.000) RBI Series: 1-8, R, 2 SB HR Trip: 1-4, R, K, SB 1 (4/10) STRK Scored game-winning run in 10-inning 6-5 victory in home opener (4/14 v. TRN). LAST SEASON: Placed on DL retroactive to 7/23 (ankle) after outfield collision with Roemon Fields, activated 8/17 Snapped 0-23 skid on 7/21 Played with Dunedin from 6/1-6-24, returned to NH for game-tying RBI on 6/25. Had a six game hit streak from 5/19-5/26. Promoted to NH on May 14 Began season in Dunedin hitting.179 (7-39) with 2 RBI, 4 RS over 12 G. CAREER/PERSONAL: Began pro career in Vancouver in 2012, hitting.201 with 9 2B, 12 RBI in 58 G Repeated Vancouver in 2013, hitting.257 over 66 G and earning Northwest League mid-season All-Star honors. Selected by the Blue Jays in 7 th round in 2012 Liberty University. # 8 JORGE SAEZ C HR 1 RBI vs. LH: 0-4 (.000) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 2-6 (.333), 2B, RBI 2 (4/10) H w/risp: 1-4 (.250), 2B, RBI 1 RBI Series: 0-6, 2 BB, 2 K HR Trip: 2-7, R, 2B, RBI 1 (4/10) STRK Collected single for first Double-A hit on BIN before hitting RBI double in next inning. LAST SEASON: Batted.176 in 71 games for Dunedin, hitting three homers and driving in 22 runs. CAREER/PERSONAL: Bilingual (English, Spanish) Attended all three home games of 2003 World Series (Marlins def. Yankees) Father was at Game 7 of 1997 World Series (Marlins def. Indians) Selected by the Blue Jays in the 32 nd round of the 2012 draft Lee University # 25 DWIGHT SMITH, JR. OF HR 5 RBI vs. LH: 1-10 (.100) SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 2-19 (.105), 5 RBI H 4 (4x; 7/4/15) w/risp: 2-13 (.154), 5 RBI 4 (4/10) RBI 4 (4/10/16) Series: 0-9, BB, K HR 2 (4/6/14) Trip: 3-20, 5 RBI, 2 K -1 (4/14) STRK 16 (4/13-30/15) 4-RBI game at Binghamton on 4/10 sets new career high. LAST SEASON: 3 consecutive multi-hit games in Portland 6/30-7/2...On base in 25 straight from 4/13-5/10, including 16 and 8-game hit streaks...hit.321 with 25 H in 19 G in April, then tallied.262 mark in 25 G in May...3 H, 3 RBI on 4/24...Registered hit in first Double-A at-bat. CAREER/PERSONAL: Ranked No. 14 by Baseball America in Blue Jays organization...made pro debut in 2012 with Vancouver and Bluefield, hitting combined.212 in 59 G...Better year in Lansing in 2013, hitting.284 with 7 HR, 46 RBI, 25 steals...father, Dwight Sr., played for Cubs, Angels, Orioles, and Braves from , finished second in NL Rookie of the Year vote in Selected by the Blue Jays in the 1st round (supplemental 53rd overall) in 2011 McIntosh High School (Georgia) # 34 ROWDY TELLEZ INF HR 4 RBI vs. LH: 1-5 (.200), 2 RBI SEAS HIGHS CAR vs. RH: 3-20 (.150), HR, 2 RBI 1 (4x; 4/15) H w/risp: 2-9 (.222), 3 RBI 2 (4/12) RBI Series: 2-8, 2 R, 2B, RBI, 6 BB 1 (4/11) HR Trip: 2-17, R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI 2 (4/14-pres) STRK Hit solo homer for first AA hit on HFD (Matt Flemer). LAST SEASON: Hit 14 homers in 123 games between Lansing and Dunedin, driving in a total of 77 RBI Participated in Arizona Fall League in CAREER/PERSONAL: No. 7 prospect in Baseball America s rankings of the Toronto organization Given name is Ryan Previously committed to University of Southern California Youngest player on 2016 Fisher Cats Opening Day roster Cites Jim Thome, Adrian Gonzalez as influential players Selected by the Blue Jays in the 30 th round of the 2013 draft Elk Grove (CA) HS

8 2016 WALK-OFFS WINS 4/14, 6-5 v. Trenton (Mesa singles home Parmley in b10) LOSSES 2016 Fisher Cats Hitting Notes HOME RUN TRACKER PLAYER No. 2-R 3-R GS R/L H/R GW REC LAST Jon Berti /0 0/ Wilkin Castillo /0 0/ Matt Dean /0 0/ /12 Roemon Fields /0 0/ Jorge Flores /0 0/ K.C. Hobson /0 0/ Melky Mesa /0 0/ /8 Shane Opitz /0 0/ Ian Parmley /0 0/ Jorge Saez /0 0/ Dwight Smith, Jr /0 0/ Rowdy Tellez /0 0/ / PINCH HITTING Date Pinch Hitter Result Totals 4/11 Opitz (for Flores, t7) Flyout to left 0-1 LEAD-OFF: WALK-OFF: BACK-TO-BACK: MULTI-HR GAME: HR SAME INNING: PINCH-HIT: INSIDE-THE-PARK: MULTI-HR INNING: RECORD BY HOME RUN TOTAL EJECTIONS DATE PLAYER SITUATION TEAM SCORING BY INNING TEAM TOTAL FISHER CATS OPPONENTS MULTI-HIT GAMES MULTI-RBI GAMES PLAYER 2H 3H 4H 5+ TOT HM RD HIGH 2BI 3BI 4BI 5+ TOT HM RD HIGH Jon Berti (3x; 4/14 v. TRN) Wilkin Castillo Matt Dean Roemon Fields (2x; 4/15 v. TRN) Jorge Flores (2x; 4/16 v. TRN) K.C. Hobson (3x; 4/14 v. TRN) Melky Mesa (4/14 v. TRN) Shane Opitz Ian Parmley Jorge Saez BIN) Dwight Smith, Jr BIN) BIN) Rowdy Tellez HFD) * tied career high; # new career high; % tied franchise record; ^ new franchise record

9 LAST TIME IT HAPPENED FOR THE FISHER CATS: HITTING: Grand Slam: K.C. Hobson, 6/30/15 at Portland Lead-off Home Run: Roemon Fields, 7/29/15 v. Harrisburg Walk-off Home Run: Jack Murphy, 9 th inn., 4/14/15 v. REA (20 th all-time) Inside the Park HR: Andy Burns, 6/4/14 v. Bowie (5 th all-time) HR off Hotel: Moises Sierra, 6/8/11 vs. Bowie HR on top of Sam Adams: Pierce Rankin, 6/20/15 v. Binghamton HR over Sam Adams: Mike McDade 5/23/12 vs. Portland HR in 1st Double-A AB: Danny Perales, 6/2/10 at REA (3 All-Time) HR in 1 st Double-A Game: KC Hobson, 6/17/14 v. Altoona 2-HR Game: Ryan Schimpf, 7/3/15 at Portland 3-HR Game: Miguel Negron, 6/16/05 at BIN (Only Time) Back-to-Back Homers: Schimpf/Hobson, 8/19/15 at REA (2 nd inning) Back-to-Back-to-Back Homers: Glenn/Goins/Schimpf, 8/23/12 vs. NB (2nd time) 5-Homer Game (Team): 7/7/13 vs. Binghamton 6-Homer Game (Team): 6/2/10 at Reading (Only Time) 2-HR in 1 inn. (individual): Andy Burns, 7th, 7/7/13 vs. BIN (Only Time) 2-HR (in 1 Inn.): Schimpf/Hobson, 8/19/15 at Reading 3-HR (in 1 Inn.): Glenn/Goins/Schimpf, 8/23/12 vs. New Britain 4-HR (in 1 inn.): Burns 2/Talley/Glenn, 7/7/13 vs. Binghamton Multi-HR game by two Fisher Cats (One Game): A. Loewen (2), D. Perales (2), 6/2/10 at Reading HR in each of first three innings: Miguel Negron, 6/16/05 at BIN 4-Hit Game: Dalton Pompey, 7/2/15 at Portland 5-Hit Game: K.C. Hobson, 4/25/15 v. Binghamton (8 All-Time) 5-RBI Game: Ryan Schimpf, 7/6/15 v. New Britain (21 All-Time) 6-RBI Game: Mark Sobolewski, 4/26/12 at Binghamton 7-RBI Game: Eric Arnold, 5/22/06 at CT (Only Time) 8-RBI Game: Brian Dopirak, 5/8/09 vs. CT (Only Time) 2-Hits (One Inning): Andy Burns, 7th, 7/7/13 vs. Binghamton (2 HR) 10-Run Inning: 10, 4/17/10 vs. Binghamton (Only Time) 20-Run Game: 22, 6/16/13 vs. Erie (2 All-Time) 20-Hit Game: 20, 4/25/15 v. Binghamton (6 All-Time) Steal of Home: Brian Bocock, July 23, 2012 Walk-off Win: 4/14/16 vs. Trenton, Melky Mesa 10 th inning RBI single Pinch-Hit: 6/12/15 at Altoona, Jorge Flores doubles for Cole Garner Walk-Off Pinch Hit: Shane Opitz, 4/23/15 v. BIN (first ever) Pinch-Hit HR: Cory Aldridge, 7/27/14 at Harrisburg (4 All-Time) PITCHING: Perfect Game (7-inn): Jamie Vermilyea, 6/28/04 vs. NB (Only Time) No-Hitter (Ind.-9-inn): Kyle Drabek, 7/4/10 vs. NB (Only Time) No-Hitter (Team-9-Inn): Cecil/Farquhar/Uviedo, 5/21/12 vs. POR (Only Time) 1-Hitter: D. Barnes/Antolin/McFarland (7 inn.), 9/5/15 (G2) at Trenton 2-Hitter: S. Barnes/Cordero/Girodo, 7/28/15 v. Harrisburg 10-Plus Strikeouts (Ind.): 10, Daniel Norris, 6/24/14 at Portland 13-Strikeouts (Ind.): 13, Sean Nolin, 8/7/13 vs. Bowie (4th time) 14-Plus Strikeouts (Team): 14, 4/14/16 vs. Trenton (4 pitchers) Shutout (Individual): Taylor Cole, 7/4/15 v. New Britain Shutout (Team): Anderson/Dragmire/Hynes, 4/15/16 vs. Trenton Shutouts in both ends DH: Reimers/Marcum, 5/8/05 vs. New Britain Complete Game (less 9 inn): Scott Copeland, 8/1/14 v. REA, Game 1 Complete Game (at least 9 inn): Taylor Cole, 7/4/15 v. New Britain CG in both ends DH: Perez (W)/McLeary (W), 7/28/09 vs. New Britain Back-to-Back SHO: 5/30/14-5/31/14 v. Altoona Won Eastern League Debut: Shane Dawson, 4/12/16 at Hartford MISCELLANEOUS: 5-Error Game: 8/25/14 v. Harrisburg Triple Play: 7/10/10 at BIN (2 All-Time) Position Player Pitching: Matt Newman, 9 th, 6/5/15 v. Richmond Pitcher Hitting: Daryl Harang, 8/30/08 at POR (1st official AB all-time; K) Rain-shortened game: 7/8/13 vs. BIN, W 7-6 in 8.1 innings Suspended game: 7/27/14 at Harrisburg, to resume August 25, 2014 Cancelled Game: 8/20/15 at Reading Doubleheader sweep (in Man.): 8/1/14 v. Reading (5-2, 9-2 wins) Doubleheader sweep (away): 4/22/09 at CT 10-Game Winning Streak at NH: 6/8-6/29/04 & 6/18/14-7/7/14 Swept in homestand (2+ series); 5/12-5/18, 2014 v. REA, BIN (0-6) AGAINST THE FISHER CATS: HITTING: Grand Slam: Carlos Moncrief, 8/12/15 v. Akron (5 th of 2015; 4 th 8/11; 3 rd 6/7; 2 nd 5/4; 1 st - 5/3) Lead-off Home Run: Jared King, 4/26/15 v. Binghamton Walk-off Home Run: Drew Longley, 6/17/15 at Erie (grand slam) Inside The Park HR: Anthony Hewitt, 5/14/14 v. Reading, (4 th all-time) HR off Hotel: Richard Lucas, 7/8/13 vs. Binghamton HR off Sam Adams: Josh Rodriguez, 8/23/15 v. Binghamton HR on top of Sam Adams: Oscar Tejeda, 8/31/15 v. Portland HR over Sam Adams: Zach Lutz, 4/16/10 v. Binghamton 2-HR Game: Destin Hood, 8/19/15 at Reading Back-to-Back Home Runs: Shaw/Welch, 3 rd inning, 5/24/14 v. Portland Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs: Z. Almonte/Lyerly/Mesa, 4/7/12 at Trenton 5-Homer Game (Team): 7/6/13 vs. Binghamton 7-Homer Game (Team): 4/7/12 at Trenton (Only Time) 2-HR (in 1 Inn.): Asuaje/Chester, 1st, 6/23/15 v. Portland 3-HR (in 1 Inn.): Z. Almonte/Lyerly/Mesa, 4/7/12 at Trenton Multi-HR game by two opponents (One Game): Cody Johnson, Rob Lyerly, 4/7/12 at Trenton Pinch-Hit HR: Reid Engel, 6/26/09 vs. Portland 4-Hit Game: Oscar Tejeda, 7/24/15 at Portland 5-Hit Game: Cutter Dykstra, 7/22/15 at Harrisburg 5-RBI Game: Xorge Carrillo, 5/15/15 at Binghamton 6-RBI Game: Destin Hood, 8/19/15 at Reading 7-RBI Game: Josh Rodriguez, 5/3/15 at Binghamton 8-RBI Game: Alex Dickerson, 7/26/13 vs. Altoona (Only Time) 2-Hits (One Inning): Zach Collier, 8/2/14 v. Reading, 6 th 10-Run Inning: 11, 4 th, 4/6/14 at Trenton (4 th time) 20-Hit Game: 21, 7/24/15 at Portland (ties record on road) Walk-off Win by Opp.: 8/5/15 at Richmond (Moreno 1B w/ bases loaded in B9) PITCHING: No-Hitter (7-inn): Shairon Martis, 8/26/11 G1 vs. HAR (Only Time) No-Hitter (Team-9-Inn): Hollingsworth/Townsend/Ramos/Beckman, 7/25/13 vs. Altoona (Only Time) 1-Hitter: Will Roberts, 6/11/15 at Akron 2-Hitter: Severino/Lindgren/Goody/Burawa, 8/19/14 at Trenton 10-Plus Strikeouts (Individual): 10, Brian Johnson, 8/23/14 v. Portland 13-Strikeouts (Individual): 13, Matt Garza, 5/18/06 vs. NB 11-Plus Strikeouts (Team): 11; 8/30/14 at New Britain; Rogers/Turpen Shutout (Individual): Will Roberts, 6/11/15 at Akron (1-hitter) Shutout (Team): Koch/Kolarek/Sewald/Walters (11 inn.), 8/28/15 at BIN. Complete Game (less 9 inn): Shane Carle, 4/12/15 v. NB Game 1 Complete Game (at least 9 inn): Will Roberts, 6/11/15 at Akron Back-to-Back SHO: 8/8-8/9/15 at Bowie Back-to-Back-to-Back SHO: 6/2-6/4/09 at HAR (Only time) MISCELLANEOUS: Doubleheader sweep by OPP (in Man.): 8/14/14 v. Richmond Doubleheader sweep by OPP (away): 5/19/14 at Reading Position Player Pitching: Dan Fiorito, 4/20/15 at Trenton 10-Game Losing Streak at OPP: 13, July 6, 2005-May 26, 2007 at BIN 10, August 30, 2007-July 11, 2008 at CT NOTES: Most Runs Game (both teams): NH 23 CT 9, 5/22/06 Most Hits Game (both teams): NH 26 CT 14, 5/22/06 Hit for Cycle: None in Fisher Cats history (for or against) 2016 FISHER CATS WEEKLY AWARDS: Fisher Cats Swept 2-Game Series-Home Fisher Cats Swept 3-Game Series-Home Fisher Cats Swept 3-Game Series-Road Fisher Cats Swept 4-Game Series-Home Fisher Cats Swept 4-Game Series-Road Fisher Cats Swept 5-Game Series-Home Fisher Cats Swept 5-Game Series-Road Fisher Cats were Swept 2-Game Series-Road Fisher Cats were Swept 3-Game Series-Home Fisher Cats were Swept 3-Game Series-Road Fisher Cats were Swept 4-Game Series-Home Fisher Cats were Swept 4-Game Series-Road Fisher Cats were Swept 5-Game Series-Home Fisher Cats were Swept 5-Game Series-Road July 5-6, 2014 v. Trenton July 27-20, 2015 v. Harrisburg May 30-June 1, 2014 at Altoona August 23-26, 2012 vs. New Britain June 30-July 3, 2009 at Binghamton June 26-29, 2014 v. New Britain May 11-13, 2004 at Trenton April 8-9, 2014 at Reading June 5-7, 2015 v. Richmond May 2-4, 2014 at New Britain July 25-28, 2013 vs. Altoona July 23-26, 2015 at Portland None June 30-July 3, 2008 at Connecticut

10 FISHER CATS 2016 DAY-BY-DAY GM # DATE/OPP SCORE REC POS/GB WP LP SAVE TOG ATT NH R/H/E/LOB OPP R/H/E/LOB --- BIN PPD DOUBLEHEADER ON JULY 1 1 BIN L, th /-1.5 Taylor (1-0) Hynes (0-1) Morris (1) 2:26 1,285 1/3/0/4 2/7/0/5 --- BIN PPD DOUBLEHEADER ON JULY 2 2 BIN W, th /-2.0 M. Smith (1-0) Pill (0-1) --- 2:49 1,185 8/12/1/9 1/6/2/8 3 HFD L, th /-2.0 Flemer (1-0) Berken (0-1) Carasiti (2) 2:26 1,203 1/6/2/5 4/6/0/7 4 HFD W, th /-2.0 Dawson (1-0) Freeland (1-1) --- 2:35 1,003 4/8/0/7 0/5/0/5 5 HFD L, th /-2.0 Jemiola (1-0) Gabryszwski (0-1) Carasiti (3) 2:00 1,115 1/5/1/5 3/8/0/4 6 4/14 v. TRN W, 6-5/ th /-1.0 Browning (1-0) Holder (0-1) --- 3:08 6,061 6/8/0/6 5/6/2/4 7 4/15 v. TRN W, rd /-1.0 Anderson (1-0) Ruth (0-1) --- 3:05 3,565 7/9/0/10 0/5/2/9 8 4/16 v. TRN L, th /-2.0 Enns (1-0) Berken (0-2) --- 3:06 5,136 1/6/1/10 7/10/2/9 9 4/17 v. TRN 10 4/18 v. HFD 11 4/19 v. HFD 12 4/20 v. HFD 4/21 OFF DAY 13 REA 14 REA 15 REA 16 TRN 17 TRN 18 TRN 4/28 OFF DAY 19 4/29 v. BIN 20 4/30 v. BIN 21 5/1 v. BIN 22 5/2 v. REA 23 5/3 v. REA 24 5/4 v. REA 25 5/5 v. REA 26 HFD 27 HFD 28 HFD 29 5/9 v. POR 30 5/10 v. POR 31 5/11 v. POR 32 HFD 33 HFD 34 HFD 35 HFD 36 POR 37 POR 38 POR 5/19 OFF DAY 39 5/20 v. HFD 40 5/21 v. HFD 41 5/22 v. HFD 42 TRN 43 TRN 44 TRN 45 TRN 46 5/27 v. REA 47 5/28 v. REA 48 5/29 v. REA 49 5/30 v. REA 50 HAR 51 HAR 52 HAR 53 REA 54 REA 55 REA 56 REA 57 6/7 v. RIC 58 6/8 v. RIC 59 6/9 v. RIC 60 6/10 v. BOW 61 6/11 v. BOW 62 6/12 v. BOW 6/13 OFF DAY 63 ALT 64 ALT 65 ALT 66 AKR 67 AKR 68 AKR 69 ERI 70 ERI 71 ERI 6/23 OFF DAY 72 6/24 v. HAR 73 6/25 v. HAR 74 6/26 v. HAR 75 6/27 v. HFD 76 6/28 v. HFD 77 6/29 v. HFD 78 BIN 79 BIN-1 80 BIN-2

11 GM # DATE/OPP SCORE REC POS/GB WP LP SAVE TOG ATT NH R/H/E/LOB OPP R/H/E/LOB 81 BIN-1 82 BIN-2 83 BIN 84 7/4 v. POR 85 7/5 v. POR 86 7/6 v. POR 87 7/7 v. POR 88 7/8 v. BIN 89 7/9 v. BIN 90 7/10 v. BIN 7/11 OFF DAY 7/12 OFF DAY 7/ EASTERN LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME AT AKRON, OHIO 91 POR 92 POR 93 POR 94 POR 95 7/18 v. REA 96 7/19 v. REA 97 7/20 v. REA 98 7/21 v. TRN 99 7/22 v. TRN 100 7/23 v. TRN 101 7/24 v. TRN 102 HAR 103 HAR 104 HAR 105 RIC 106 RIC 107 RIC 108 RIC 8/1 OFF DAY 109 8/2 v. AKR 110 8/3 v. AKR 111 8/4 v. AKR 112 8/5 v. ERI 113 8/6 v. ERI 114 8/7 v. ERI 8/8 OFF DAY 115 BOW 116 BOW 117 BOW 118 TRN 119 TRN 120 TRN 121 8/15 v. BIN 122 8/16 v. BIN 123 8/17 v. BIN 124 8/18 v. BIN 125 8/19 v. ALT 126 8/20 v. ALT 127 8/21 v. ALT 128 POR 129 POR 130 POR 131 REA 132 REA 133 REA 134 REA 135 8/29 v. TRN 136 8/30 v. TRN 137 8/31 v. TRN 138 9/1 v. TRN 139 9/2 v. POR 140 9/3 v. POR 141 9/4 v. POR 142 9/5 v. POR