1 Mississippi Braves (4-4) vs Jackson Generals (2-5) RHP Greg Ross (0-1, 23.63) vs RHP Dylan Unsworth (0-1, 6.75) Overall (4-4) 1st Half (4-4) 2nd Half (0-0) Game #9 April 18, 2015 Jackson, TN The Ballpark at Jackson Today s Game: The Braves and Generals play the fourth of five games today. Braves righty Greg Ross (0-1, 23.63) faces right-hander Dylan Unsworth (0-1, 6.75). LAST TIME OUT: In a back-and-forth 12-inning game, catcher Chris O Dowd hit a solo home run to send the Braves to a 6-5 win over the Generals Friday night at Jackson. With Carlton Tanabe, typically a catcher, on the mound for Jackson (2-5) in the 12th inning, O Dowd sent a ball over the right field wall for his first double-a home run and just his eighth professional homer. The home run was the final act of a thrilling ballgame, headlined by Kevin Ahrens heroics in the ninth. Trailing 5-3, the Braves (4-4) loaded the bases against reliever James Gillheeney, in his fourth inning of relief work. Ahrens roped a line drive over first for a two-run, game-tying single, forcing extras with the score 5-5. Mississippi had a chance to do more damage and take a lead in the 9th, but Seth Loman was robbed of an RBI knock by a DJ Peterson leaping snag on a line drive double play. Bryton Trepagnier (1-0) earned his first win for the Braves, pitching two scoreless relief innings, and Ryan Kelly (S, 3) picked up his third save in as many tries with a scoreless 12th. Tanabe (0-1) took the loss, while Anderson blew a save, his first. Jake Brigham got the start for the Braves, allowing three runs, two earned, on seven hits over 4 1/3 innings. He was the first of seven pitchers to throw in the game for the Braves. Jackson s starter Tyler Pike lasted just 2 2/3 innings, allowing two runs on four hits while walking three. Mississippi started the scoring in the first. Mallex Smith singled, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt, stole third and scored on a Rio Ruiz groundout. The Braves made it 2-0 in the third thanks to heads-up baserunning by Seth Loman. With Loman and Rohm standing at first and second and two out, O Dowd grounded a ball to first and beat out a throw for an infield hit. With Pike s attention turned to the call at first, Loman rounded third and scored to double the lead. Jackson came back with two in the bottom of the third to tie it. Tyler Smith walked, Steve Baron singled and both scored on a fielding error by Emerson Landoni at shortstop. The Braves broke through for another run in the fifth. Ruiz was hit by a pitch and it was O Dowd again, this time with a single to plate Ruiz to make it 3-2. The Generals answered in the bottom of the fifth, scoring on a passed ball. O Dowd finished with three hits while driving in three of the Braves six runs. The Generals took a lead of their own in the sixth against reliever Justin Jackson. RBI singles from Baron and Jack Reinheimer made it 5-3, a score that would stand until Ahrens ninth inning effort. LEAGUE LEADERS: David Rohm enters this five-game series with the seventh-best batting average in the Southern League (.417). Daniel Castro ranks ninth with a.389 average. Castro and Mallex Smith rank tied for second with two stolen bases. Rohm s.588 on-base percentage ranks second. 700 WINS: The M-Braves are searching for win number 700 and need 24 more wins to reach that marker. Mississippi entered 2015 with an all-time record of WINNINGEST MANAGER: Manager Aaron Holbert needs 44 wins to become the M- Braves all-time winningest manager. Phillip Wellman currently sits at the top with a record of compiled over four seasons. Holbert entered 2015 with a record of over three seasons. Upcoming Promotions at Trustmark Park April 20 Sponsored by Mix 98.7 First Responders/Emergency Response Monday. SportsClips Military Monday. Free Hot Dog Night. Make A Difference Monday. 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Social Media instagram.com/mbraves youtube.com/mississippibraves at Trustmark Park at Jackson Total alltime at Trustmark Park at Jackson Total M-Braves vs Generals Day-by-Day Date Result Record W-L-S Att 4/15 W, Reyes-DeCecco-Kelly 1,080 4/16 L, Hernandez-Jenkins 2,527 4/17 W, 6-5 (12) 2-1 Trepagnier-Tanabe-Kelly 4,264 4/18 4/19 6/1 6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/20 7/21 Us vs Them Braves Stats Generals 4-4 Record Batting Average Slugging Percentage On-Base Percentage Runs Scored Hits Runs Batted In Doubles 12 2 Triples 2 3 Home Runs 2 10 Stolen Bases 5 2 Sacrifice Bunts 2 2 Sacrifice Flies 1 3 GIDP Earned Run Average Average Against Strikeouts Walks Runs Allowed Earned Runs Allowed 26 5 Home Runs Allowed Fielding Percentage Double Plays 6 6 Errors 6 M-Braves vs Generals On Deck Mississippi returns to Trustmark Park for a five-game series against the Chattanooga Lookouts April The M-Braves have an all-time record of against the Lookouts. The Braves went 6-4 against Chattanooga last season, 3-2 at both Trustmark Park and AT&T Field. In the Hole The M-Braves travel to Mobile for a fivegame series against the BayBears at Hank Aaron Stadium April Last season the Braves went 15-9 against the BayBears (8-1 at The Hank). Mississippi has an all-time record of against the BayBears. On the Web For all of your M-Braves information needs, click over to mississippibraves.com. There you ll find photos, videos, live game stats and articles detailing every M-Braves player and the organization overall. Follow the links to listen to the M-Braves live audio stream all season long. Upcoming Probable Starters & Schedule Date Opponent Probable Starters Time This Series TODAY at Jackson Generals RHP Greg Ross (0-1, 23.63) vs RHP Dylan Unsworth (0-1, 6.75) 6:05 PM Sunday, April 19 at Jackson Generals RHP Jason Hursh (0-1, 9.00) vs LHP Misael Siverio (0-0, 0.00) 2:05 PM Next Series Monday, April 20 vs Chattanooga Lookouts RHP Tyrell Jenkins (0-1, 2.35) vs TBA 7:00 PM Tuesday, April 21 vs Chattanooga Lookouts RHP Jake Brigham (0-1, 8.64) vs TBA 7:00 PM Wednesday, April 22 vs Chattanooga Lookouts RHP Greg Ross (0-1, 23.63) vs TBA 11:00 AM Thursday, April 23 vs Chattanooga Lookouts RHP Jason Hursh (0-1, 9.00) vs TBA 7:00 PM Friday, April 24 vs Chattanooga Lookouts TBA vs TBA 7:00 PM Page 1
2 Tonight s Starter #26 Greg Ross RHP , ERA vs. Righties:.571, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.333, 0 HR Ross 2015 Day-by-Day MISSISSIPPI Date Opp. Decision IP H R ER BB SO HR 4/13 TNS L, 1 (10-4) Today s Game Ross takes the mound in game four of this five-game series at Jackson. LAST TIME OUT The Smokies scored once in the first before adding six more runs in third to chase Ross from the game. Tennessee defeated the M-Braves 10-4 to take the series. Selected by the Braves in the 18th round of the 2011 draft out of Frostburg State 2011 Season made his professional debut with Rookie-Danville where he went 7-4 with a 3.94 ERA in 13 games (11 starts). Put up his best numbers during the month of July, going 3-1 with a 2.22 ERA in five outings (four starts). Struck out 26 batters in 24.1 innings pitched that month Season spent the entire season with Low-A Rome, posting a record of 7-9 with a 4.60 ERA in 25 games (21 starts). Went 4-1 with a 2.60 ERA in five starts during the month of August, including a complete game Season spent the first month of the season at Low-A Rome (1-0, 1.40) before moving up to High-A Lynchburg. Ross went 9-6 with a 3.27 ERA in 23 games, 19 starts, for the Hillcats. Did not allow a run in his four relief appearances. In the second half of the season, Ross went 6-3 with a 2.81 ERA in 15 outings. Ranked sixth in the Carolina League in ERA (3.27) Season Began the season at High-A Lynchburg (5-3, 3.50) where he made 15 appearances, 11 starts. Selected as a Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star. Posted his best numbers at High-A in May (3-0, 2.40 ERA in five starts). Promoted to Double-A Mississippi on June 24. Picked up the win in his Double-A debut at historic Rickwood Field as the M-Braves defeated Birmingham 5-2 in the annual Rickwood Classic. Posted his best numbers at Mississippi in August (3-2, 1.54 ERA in six starts). Led all Braves farmhands in wins (12) and ranked second in ERA (2.80). Ross 2014 Day-by-Day LYNCHBURG Date Opp. Decision IP H R ER BB SO HR 4/4 FRE ND (W, 6-5/10) /8 POT ND (W, 10-7) /11 FRE ND (W, 1-0) /16(2) WIL W, 1 (3-2/7) /21 POT L, 1 (4-2) /27 POT ND (L, 6-5) /28 POT ND (L, 6-5) /4 SAL W, 2 (7-1) /9 WIL ND (L, 3-2) /14 CAR W, 3 (5-3) /25 WS W, 4 (2-0) /30 WS ND (W, 6-4/11) /4 MB L, 2 (7-1/6) /9 MD L, 3 (5-0) /14 SAL W, 5 (6-3) MISSISSIPPI Date Opp. Decision IP H R ER BB SO HR 6/25 BIR W, 1 (5-2) /30 HVL W, 2 (6-0) /5 MTG L, 1 (3-1) /11 MOB W, 3 (2-0) /17 BIR ND (L, 3-2) /22 TNS ND (L, 8-7 / 10) /27 PNS W, 4 (6-2) /1 MOB L, 2 (3-1) /7(1) JAX W, 5 (6-2/7) /13 MTG W, 6 (2-0) /18 MOB L, 3 (4-2) /23 BIR ND (W, 6-5 / 11) /29 HVL W, 7 (5-0) Ross Last IP (4/13 vs TNS) K...2 (4/13 vs TNS) BB...6 (4/13 vs TNS) H...6 (4/13 vs TNS) R...7 (4/13 vs TNS) ER...7 (4/13 vs TNS) HR... Win... Loss... 4/13 vs TNS Save... CG... HR... WP... BK... Braves Record when Ross: Starts: 0-1 Gets a Decision: 0-1 No Decision: Relieves: Ross Runs Allowed By Inning Total Runs Earned Runs Ross Career Stats Year Club W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP AVG 2011 Danville Rome Rome Lynchburg Lynchburg Mississippi Mississippi Minor League Totals M-Braves Last Ten Quality Starts (At Least 6.0 IP & 3 ER or Less) Pitcher date Opp. H/R Dec. IP H R ER BB SO HR BK WP GO/AO AVG Tyrell Jenkins 4/16 JXN R L, 1 (5-4) /3.242 Victor Mateo 4/11 TNS H ND (W, 6-2) /3.333 Page 2
3 M-Braves Bullpen Bullpen Totals W-L: 4-0 Saves/Opp: 3/3 ERA: 2.55 IP: 42.1 R: 12 SO: 42 H/HR: 37/2 ER: 12 BB: 18 1st Batter/Retired: 25/16 Inherited Runners/Scored: 12/0 Bullpen by the Month Month W-L ERA Sv-Op IP H R ER BB SO HR April May June July August September Bullpen Briefs Last Relief Outing Season Spotlight Pitcher Date W/L/S IP H R ER BB SO HR Inherited/Scored 1st Batter/Retired Longest Outing Shortest Outing Saves/Chances Jackson 4/ / Kelly 4/17 S, /0 4/ /3 Lamm 4/ / Reyes 4/15 W, /0 2/ Robinson 4/ / Rondon 4/ /0 3/ Thomas 4/ / Trepagnier 4/17 W, /0 3/ Weber 4/ /1 4/ Bullpen Capsules #45 Justin Jackson RHP , 7.36 ERA vs. Righties:.357, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.500, 0 HR Signed by the Braves as a free agent on November 18, : selected by Toronto in the first round (45th overall) of the 2007 draft out of T.C. Roberson High School in Asheville, NC. Hit.187 in 42 games with the GCL Blue Jays. 2008: selected as a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star. Hit.238 with 26 doubles, six triples, seven homers and 47 RBI in 121 games at Low-A Lansing. Swiped 17 bases. 2009: appeared in 78 games at High-A Dunedin, where he hit.213 with 17 RBI & 17 SB. 2010: spent most of the season at Low-A Lansing, posting a.249 average in 61 games. Also appeared in 10 games at High-A Dunedin. Combined to steal 14 bases. 2011: Posted a.212 batting average in 28 games with Double-A New Hampshire. Hit.259 in 92 games with High-A Dunedin. Named Player of the Week, May 23. Selected as a FSL Mid-Season All-Star. 2012: In his final season as a position player, Jackson posted averages of.225 and.212 at Double-A New Hampshire and High-A Dunedin, respectively. Combined to steal 16 bases. 2013: Jackson converted from shortstop to pitcher and made his professional pitching debut with Lansing where he posted a record of 0-2 with a 2.36 ERA in 23 outings for the Lugnuts. He went 0-0 with a 5.28 ERA in 10 outings at High-A Dunedin. 2014: appeared in 40 games at High-A Dunedin where he went 4-2 with a 4.38 ERA in 40 games before finishing the season with Double-A New Hampshire. He went 0-1 with a 6.23 ERA in six outings with the Fisher Cats. Posted his best numbers during the month of May when he went 1-0 with a 2.61 ERA in nine outings. Jackson s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/17 JXN /12 TNS /9 TNS #34 Ryan Kelly RHP , 2.08 ERA vs. Righties:.333, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.000, 0 HR Picked up his first save of the season in the M-Braves 8-7 win over TNS, 4/10 Signed by the Braves as a free agent on November 22, : Kelly was selected by the Pirates in the 26th round of the 2006 draft our of Hilton Head (SC) High School. He made his professional debut with the GCL Pirates (1-0, 6.19). 2008: Went 0-2 with a 6.75 ERA in eight games, six starts, for State College. 2009: spent the season with Low-A West Virginia where he went 3-2 with a 4.30 ERA in 30 G. 2010: Went 2-3 with a 4.20 ERA in 38 appearances (one start) for Low-A West Virginia. Aquired by the Athletics from Pittsburgh for INF Corey Wimberly on 12/23/ : aquired by the Rangers from Oakland for pitcher Guillermo Moscoso on January 8, Spent the entire season with High-A Myrtle Beach, going 3-6 with a 3.95 ERA. 2012: Kelly was aquired by the Padres from the Texas Rangers for catcher Luis Martinez on December 21, Spent most of the season with Double-A San Antonio where he went 4-1 with a 2.66 ERA in 39 outings. He also appeared in six games with Triple-A Tucson (0-0, 7.04) and two games with Eugene (0-0, 0.00). 2013: split the season between Triple-A Tucson & Double-A San Antonio. Went 1-1 with a 3.60 ERA in 14 outings (1 start) for Tucson. In 37 appearances for San Antonio, he went 1-2 with a 5.13 ERA. He posted his best numbers during the month of June, 2.61 ERA. 2014: Began the season on the DL at Double-A Mississippi before being activated and transferred to High-A Lynchburg on May 23. Recorded five saves and posted a record of 1-1 with a 2.25 ERA for the Hillcats. Kelly moved back to Mississippi on June 19 where he spent the remainder of the season. He went 2-2 with five saves and a 3.21 ERA in 22 outings for the M-Braves. Ranked fourth among all Braves minor leaguers in saves (10). Kelly s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/17 JXN S, /15 JXN S, /13 TNS /10 TNS S, #32 Mark Lamm RHP , 0.00 ERA vs. Righties:.333, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.000, 0 HR Activated off the DL, 4/16 Began the season on the DL. Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the sixth round of the 2011 draft out of Vanderbilt Majored in human and organizational development 2011: Limited opponents to a.173 mark during his first professional season. Made two appearances with Danville (R), fanning four in two innings before finishing the season at High-A Lynchburg (1-2, 3.16). Picked up his first professional save on 8/18. Went with a 2.03 ERA in 25 outings for Vanderbilt in Missed his 2010 season at Vandy due to Tommy John surgery. 2012: spent the season at Double-A, posting a record of 2-7 with a 3.92 ERA. Converted 10 of 13 save opportunities. Recorded his best numbers in April, notching three saves and a 1.54 ERA in 11 games. His 10 saves on the year were second-most in the Braves organization. Also finished tied for 2nd in the Southern League with 39 games finished. 2013: spent most of the season at Double-A Mississippi, posting a record of 3-3 with a 2.56 ERA in 35 outings. Struck out 48 in 45.2 innings of work. Selected as a Southern League Mid-Season All-Star. Finished the season at Triple-A Gwinnett where he went 3-3 with a 3.63 ERA in 18 relief appearances. Ranked fourth among all Braves farmhands in appearances (53) and fifth in saves (10). 2014: Went 1-3 with a 5.93 ERA in 16 games at Triple-A Gwinnett before hitting the disabled list May 27. Also appeared in four rehab games with the GCL Braves. Lamm s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/17 JXN Page 3
4 Bullpen Capsules #23 Jorge Reyes RHP , 0.00 ERA vs. Righties:.154, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.333, 0 HR Came on in relief of a suspended game at Jackson, worked five frames to pick up the win as the M-Braves defeated the Generals 6-4, 4/15 Picked up his first win of the season, working 3.2 innings of relief in the M-Braves 8-7 victory over TNS, 4/10 Signed by the Braves and assigned to Double-A Mississippi, 6/3 Originally selected in the 17th round of the 2009 draft by the San Diego Padres. Named Most Outstanding Player in the 2007 College World Series for Oregon State. 2009: Went 1-1 with a 1.38 ERA in three games for Eugene. 2010: made 18 appearances (15 starts) for High-A Lake Elsinore (8-4, 5.00). 2011: Went 10-3 with a 3.12 ERA in 33 games. Selected as a Texas League Mid-Season All-Star. Posted his best numbers in August when he went 4-0 with a 0.45 ERA in 11 outings. 2012: Posted a record of with a 5.09 ERA in 34 games for Triple-A Tucson. 2013: Had a record of 6-3 with a 5.28 ERA in 42 appearances the Tucson Padres. Posted his best numbers during the month of April where he appeared in nine contests (2-0, 2.20). 2014: signed by the Braves and assigned to Double-A Mississippi, June 3. With the M-Braves, Reyes went 0-1 with a 2.25 ERA in 19 outings. Also appeared in eight games at Triple-A Gwinnett (1-3, 4.61). Began the season at Triple-A El Paso where he went 3-2 with a 3.86 ERA in 24 games. Went 2-0 with a 1.06 ERA in 12 games during the month of May. #27 Andrew Robinson RHP , 7.50 ERA vs. Righties:.250, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.100, 0 HR Picked up his first win of the season in the M-Braves 6-2 win over TNS, 4/11 Acquired by ATL from HOU in exchange for cash considerations on July 4, : selected by the Astros in the 12th round of the 2010 draft out of Georgia Tech. Made his professional debut at Tri-City, 3-2, 2.83 in 20 games. 2011: Went 8-10 with a 6.29 ERA in 29 appearances (21 starts) at High-A Lancaster. 2012: appeared in 44 games with the Lancaster JetHawks (4-5, 4.33). Struck out 74 in 60.1 IP. Posted his best numbers during the month of July when he went 2-0 with one save and a 1.35 ERA in five outings. 2013: Went 5-2 with a 3.28 ERA in 38 games at Double-A Corpus Christi. Had ERAs below 2.00 in every month except May. 2014: Began the season at Double-A Corpus Christi where he went 4-2 with two saves and a 1.89 ERA in 20 relief appearances. Went 3-0 with one save and a 0.77 ERA in eight games during the month of April. Promoted to Triple-A Oklahoma City in mid-june. Went 0-2 with one save and a 4.50 ERA in six outings for the RedHawks all earned runs came in one outing. Acquired by ATL from HOU in exchange for cash considerations on July 4. Went 5-0 with a 2.54 ERA in 17 games with the M-Braves. #48 Francisco Rondon LHP , 0.00 ERA vs. Righties:.462, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.167, 0 HR Signed by the Braves as a free agent on November 7, : originally signed by the NY Yankees as a non-drafted free agent on Feb. 25, Debuted with the DSL Yankees where he appeared in 14 games, going 1-3 with a 3.09 ERA. 2007: Went 4-1 with a 3.65 ERA in 13 games during his second season with the DSL Yankees. 2008: Worked nine games, four starts, with the GCL Yankees (2-1, 3.22). 2009: Went 3-2 with a 2.32 ERA in 11 games. Selected as a NYP Mid-Season All-Star. 2010: Recorded an ERA of 7.71 in 10 outings with the RiverDogs. 2011: Went 1-0 and did not allow a run in four outings at Staten Island. Posted a record of 2-3 with a 4.67 ERA in 19 relief appearances at Low-A Charleston. 2012: appeared in 41 games at Double-A Trenton (5-0, 3.96). Also had two outings at High-A Tampa and one outing at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. 2013: spent most of the season at Double-A Trenton (4-3, 4.01) where he appeared in 30 games, six starts. Rondon also appeared in three games with the Triple-A RailRiders. 2014: split time between Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (3-1, 3.32) and Double-A Trenton (3-2, 3.69). Posted his best numbers with Trenton during the month of July when he went 1-0 with one save and a 1.13 ERA in six outings. Held lefties to a.083 batting average. With Scranton/WB, he posted his best numbers in June (2-0, 0.66). Reyes s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/15 JXN W, /10 TNS W, Robinson s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/15 JXN H, /13 TNS /11 TNS W, /9 TNS Rondon s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/17 JXN /12 TNS /10 TNS H, #30 Bryton Trepagnier RHP , 3.86 ERA vs. Righties:.167, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.400, 0 HR Picked up his first win in the M-Braves 6-5 extra-inning victory over JXN, 4/17 acquired by the Atlanta Braves via trade with the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for Edward Salcedo on February 5, : originally selected by the Pirates in the 41st round of the 2010 draft our of East St. John High School (LA). Made his professional debut with the GCL Pirates, posting a record of 1-2 with a 4.74 ERA in 11 outings. 2011: made 12 appearances with the GCL Pirates where he went 1-3 with a 6.04 ERA. 2012: Began the season with the GCL Pirates (4-1, 3.21) before making two final appearances with the State College Spikes (0-0, 3.38). 2013: spent the entire season at Low-A West Virginia where he went 5-5 with a 4.95 ERA in 43 relief appearances. 2014: Posted a record of 4-1 with a 2.53 ERA in 38 outings at High-A Bradenton. Selected as a Florida State League Mid-Season All-Star. Trepagnier s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/17 JXN W, /12 TNS /10 TNS H, #46 Ryan Weber RHP , 1.50 ERA vs. Righties:.083, 0 HR vs. Lefties:.375, 0 HR Selected by the Braves in 22nd round of the 2009 draft. 2009: made his professional debut with the GCL Braves, posting a 1.74 ERA in seven games. He struck out 13 batters in 10.1 innings pitched. 2010: split time between Rookie-Danville and Low-A Rome. He went 3-2 with a 2.81 ERA in eight games (six starts) with Danville. In Rome, Weber posted a record of 2-5 with a 5.13 ERA in 18 games (six starts). 2011: spent most of the season in Rome (2-0, 2.68) but also made 2 appearances in Lynchburg (0-0, 3.00). Appeared in his last game on 7/21 and finished the season on the DL. 2012: Compiled a 4.91 ERA in 35 games (16 starts) between Low-A Rome and High-A Lynchburg. Named June Pitcher of the Month in Rome, going 3-2 with a 3.41 ERA. Recorded two saves in three appearances with a 1.93 ERA for Lynchburg during the month of July. 2013: spent the majority of the season at High-A Lynchburg, posting a record of 6-5 with a 3.84 ERA in 22 games (15 starts). Also made two appearances for the GCL Braves (0-1, 12.00). Posted his best numbers during the month of May when he went 1-0 with a 0.60 ERA in six games for the Hillcats. 2014: Bounced between the M-Braves bullpen & the starting rotation throughout the season. In 13 starts, he went 3-6 with a 6.29 ERA compared to 2-0 with a 2.11 ERA in 19 relief appearances. Posted his best numbers in May (1-0, 3.06 ERA in eight outings). Weber s Last Five Relief Appearances 4/17 JXN /13 TNS /9 TNS Page 4
5 Batting Capsules #17 Kevin Ahrens INF Last Game:.400 (2-5) series:.222 (2-9) vs. JXN:.222 (2-9) Streak: 1 games (2-5,.400) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.267 (4-15), 0 HR 1 games (2-5,.400) vs. LHP :.000 (0-4), 0 HR AB: 5 2B: HR: sb: BB: 1 RBI: 2 H: 2 3B: R: 2 CS: K: 1 HBP: Signed by the Braves as a free agent on December 23, : selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the first round (16th overall) of the 2007 draft out of Memorial High School in Houston. Made his professional debut with the GCL Blue Jays, hitting.230 in 48 games. 2008: Hit.259 with 25 doubles in 122 games at Low-A Lansing. Selected as a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star 2009: Posted a.215 batting average through 105 games at High-A Dunedin. 2010: Hit.265 with eight home runs in 66 games at Low-A Lansing. Also played 28 games at High-A Dunedin, posting a.187 average. 2011: spent the entire season at High-A Dunedin where he hit.242 with a career-high 13 home runs and 54 RBI in 121 contests. 2012: Repeated Dunedin, hitting.240 through 120 games. Named Player of the Week, 6/ : Posted a.218 average in 73 games at Double-A New Hampshire. Notched his best numbers during the month of July when he hit.282 with six extra-base hits and six RBI. 2014: Posted a.266 batting average with 41 doubles, a triple, seven homers and 65 RBI in 129 games at High-A Lynchburg. Put up his best numbers during the month of June when he hit.402 with 14 doubles in 23 games. Hit.314 in 105 at bats with runners on base with two outs. Ranked second among all Braves minor leaguers with 65 RBI. Ranked among Carolina League Leaders in doubles (41, 1st), hits (127, t-3rd), extra base hits (49, 4th), games played (129, 5th) and at bats (478, 5th). #12 Kyeong Kang OF Last Game:.000 (0-2) series:.250 (2-8) vs. JXN:.250 (2-8) Streak: 2 games (0-4) Long Streak: Last HR: 4/10 vs TNS (Cruz) vs. RHP:.231 (3-13), 1 HR 2 games (3-7,.429) vs. LHP :.286 (2-7), 0 HR AB: 4 2B: HR: 1 sb: BB: 2 RBI: 2 H: 2 3B: R: 2 CS: K: 3 HBP: Drove in the game-tying and go-ahead runs in the M-Braves 6-2 win over TNS, 4/11 Blasted his first homer of the season, a two-run shot, in the M-Braves 8-7 win over TNS, 4/10 Signed by the Braves as a free agent on December 8, : selected by Tampa Bay in the 15th round of the 2006 draft out of Parkview High School (GA), the alma mater of OF Jeff Francoeur. Moved from South Korea at the age of : made his professional debut with R-Princeton, posting a.276 average in 55 games. 2008: Hit.278 while driving in 43 runs in 69 games at Hudson Valley. Selected as a NYP Mid- Season All-Star. Named Player of the Week, August 11. Hit.323 during August. 2009: Hit.307 with 29 doubles in 89 games at Low-A Bowling Green. Named to the All-Star Futures Game. 2010: Played 86 games, hitting.241 with 15 doubles at High-A Charlotte. 2011: Posted a.263 batting average with 11 home runs in 99 games at Double-A Montgomery. Selected as a MiLB.com Organizational All-Star. 2012: Launched 14 home runs and added 18 doubles and four triples to hit.243 in 104 games at Double-A Montgomery. Selected as a Southern League Mid-Season All-Star. Named Player of the Week, May : In 17 games at High-A Charlotte, Kang posted a.339 batting average. In 107 games with the Biscuits, he hit.251 with a career-high 15 home runs. 2014: signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Orioles prior to the season. Posted a.282 average with 22 doubles and 12 home runs at Double-A Bowie. #20 Daniel Castro INF Last Game:.200 (1-5) series:.357 (5-14) vs. JXN:.357 (5-14) Streak: 7 games (12-32,.375) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.238 (5-21), 0 HR 7 games (12-32,.375) vs. LHP :.636 (7-11), 0 HR AB: 5 2B: 2 HR: sb: 1 BB: 1 RBI: 2 H: 4 3B: R: 2 CS: K: 1 HBP: Turned in a stellar day at the plate, going 4-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base on 4/12 vs TNS. Signed as a non-drafted free agent with the Braves on August 10, : signed as a non-drafted free agent with the Braves on August 10, : Hit.176 in 19 games with the DSL Braves. 2011: Hit.195 in 55 games with the DSL Braves. Stole 10 bases. 2012: spent the entire season with the Saraperos de Saltillo, hitting.291 in 60 games. 2013: Combined to hit.305 in 106 games between Saltillo (MEX) and Lynchburg (High-A). Selected as a Mexican League Mid-Season All-Star. 2014: Began the season at High-A Lynchburg. In 29 games during the month of May, Castro posted a.327 average. Had a.292 average with 16 doubles, three triples, a homer & 34 RBI in 70 games with the Hillcats. He was promoted to Double-A Mississippi on June 28 where he finished the season with a.277 average in 51 games. Castro went 5-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI in the M-Braves 7-4 victory over MTG July 8. #19 Emerson Landoni INF Last Game:.333 (2-6) series:.333 (3-9) vs. JXN:.333 (3-9) Streak: 2 games (3-9,.333) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.188 (3-16), 0 HR 2 games (3-9,.333) vs. LHP :.200 (1-5), 0 HR AB: 3 2B: HR: sb: BB: 1 RBI: 1 H: 1 3B: R: 1 CS: K: 1 HBP: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a free agent on December 20, : originally signed by the Florida Marlins as a non-drafted free agent on December 1, Hit.263 in 62 games with the VSL Tigers/Marlins 2007: did not play after being released by Florida on May 18, : signed by the Yankees as a FA in Posted a.310 avg in 36 games with GCL Yankees. 2009: Hit.185 in 10 games for High-A Tampa and.237 in 27 games for short-season Staten Island. Also appeared in one game for the GCL Yankees. 2010: spent season with Low-A Charleston, hitting.280 in 84 games for the RiverDogs. 2011: signed by the Atlanta Braves on December 20, Hit.254 in 83 games with High-A Tampa. Played every position except catcher and center field. Pitched in one game (7/29 vs CHA) where he picked up the win after working two scoreless innings. 2012: spent most of the season with High-A Lynchburg (.217, 67 G) but also played in four games for Double-A Mississippi, batting.273. Also played in the Venezuelan Winter League for the Caribes de Anzoategui. 2013: spent most of the season at High-A Lynchburg, hitting.276 in 65 games for the Hillcats. Appeared in 16 games for the M-Braves, hitting.325. Posted his best numbers with the Hillcats during the summer months, hitting.323 and.322 in June and July, respectively. 2014: split time between High-A Lynchburg (.270, 52 G) & Double-A Mississippi (.271, 59 G). #2 Corban Joseph INF Last Game: DNP series:.000 (0-4) vs. JXN:.000 (0-4) Streak: 1 games (0-4) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.125 (1-8), 0 HR 1 games (1-3,.333) vs. LHP :.000 (0-7), 0 HR AB: 4 2B: HR: sb: BB: 1 RBI: 1 H: 1 3B: R: 1 CS: K: 1 HBP: Signed by the Braves as a free agent on November 19, : selected by the New York Yankees in the fourth round of the 2008 draft out of Franklin (TN) High School. Batted.510 with 15 homers and 58 RBIs as a high school senior and was named Midstate Player of the Year. His older brother, Caleb, was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the seventh round of the 2008 Draft. Corban made his professional debut with the GCL Yankees, hitting.277 in 49 games. 2009: Posted a.300 batting average with 17 doubles, eight triples, four homers and 57 RBI in 100 games at Low-A Charleston. Selected as a SAL Post-Season All-Star. Named Player of the Week, July 27. Posted his best numbers in July, hitting.410 in 27 games. 2010: spent most of the season at High-A Tampa, hitting.302 with 27 doubles and 52 RBI in 98 contests. Named as a FSL Mid-Season All-Star. Named Player of the Week, April 26. Finished the season at Double-A Trenton where he hit.216 in 31 games. Selected as a MiLB.com Organizational All-Star. 2011: spent the season at Double-A Trenton, hitting.277 with 38 doubles, eight triples, five homers and 58 RBI in 131 games. Selected as an Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star. Finished the season tied for the league lead in doubles. Selected as a MiLB.com Organizational All-Star. He was added to the Yankees 40-man roster following the season. 2012: spent most of the season at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, hitting.266 in 84 games but also played 23 games at Double-A Trenton, hitting.314. Selected as a MiLB.com Organizational All-Star. 2013: made his Major League debut with the Yankees on May 13. Played in two games with the big league club but spent the rest of the season at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Joseph hit.239 in 47 games with the RailRiders. 2014: Posted a.268 avg with 12 doubles, two triples, four home runs and 28 RBI in 70 games at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre before being released by the Yankees on August 27. #7 Matt Lipka OF Last Game:.167 (1-6) series:.417 (5-12) vs. JXN:.417 (5-12) Streak: 3 games (5-12,.417) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.231 (3-13), 0 HR 3 games (5-12,.417) vs. LHP :.455 (5-11), 0 HR AB: 6 2B: HR: sb: 1 BB: 1 RBI: 1 H: 3 3B: R: 1 CS: 1 K: 2 HBP: Selected by the Braves in supplemental round of the 2010 draft out of McKinney HS in Texas. 2010: Named as a MiLB.com Organization All-Star. Selected as a GCL Post-Season All-Star. Hit a combined.288 with 8 doubles, 4 triples, a homer, 25 RBI and 21 stolen bases in 52 games between the GCL Braves & R-Danville. Ranked 8th among all Braves farmhands in stolen bases. Selected as the July Player of the Month for the GCL club (.340). Named GCL Player of the Year. Rated by Baseball America as the 5th-best prospect in the GCL. 2011: entered the season ranked as the sixth-best prospect in the Braves system according to Baseball America. Spent the entire season at Low-A Rome. Led all Braves farmhands with 28 stolen bases. Led the Rome club and ranked second in the South Atlantic League in at bats (530). Named by Baseball America as the fastest baserunner and the best athlete in the Braves organization. 2012: appeared in 51 games for High-A Lynchburg before being sidelined by a hamstring injury. Hit.288 against right-handers and.209 against lefties. Was hitting.333 through 9 games during the month of June before hitting the DL for the remainder of the season. 2013: entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the 14th-best prospect in the Braves system as well as the best overall athlete in the Braves system. Hit.251 in 131 games at High-A Lynchburg. Ranked 4th in the Carolina League in at bats (525) and 4th in stolen bases (37). Ranked among all Braves minor leaguers in the following categories: fifth in total games (131), second in runs scored (76), fourth in triples (7), second in stolen bases (37), first in at bats (525), third in hits (132) and tied for fifth in doubles (29). 2014: entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the 24th-best prospect in the Braves system. Rated by Baseball America as the Best Athlete and Fastest Baserunner in the Braves system entering the season. Placed on the DL with a left hand contusion, May 7, and missed the remainder of the season. Page 5
6 Batting Capsules #22 Seth Loman INF Last Game:.200 (1-5) series:.222 (2-9) vs. JXN:.222 (2-9) Streak: 2 games (2-9,.222) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.000 (0-13), 0 HR 2 games (2-9,.222) vs. LHP :.286 (2-7), 0 HR AB: 4 2B: 1 HR: sb: BB: 3 RBI: 1 H: 1 3B: R: 1 CS: K: 2 HBP: Signed by the Braves as a free agent on November 7, : selected in the 47th round of the 2005 draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Made his professional debut with the AZL Angels, hitting.206 in 42 games. 2007: Hit.323 in 45 games with the AZL Angels. Had 15 doubles, 1 triple, 9 HR and 34 RBI. 2008: Played with Independent St. George, hitting.350 in 60 games. 2009: spent most of the season with High-A Winston-Salem, hitting.262 with 18 doubles and 15 homers in 81 games. Also appeared in 27 games for Low-A Kannapolis where he hit.303 with 14 extra base hits. 2010: selected as a Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star and a MiLB.com Organizaiton All-Star. Hit.292 with 33 doubles, three triples, 25 homers and 88 RBI in 133 games. 2011: Named Southern League Player of the Week, June 6. Hit.274 with 24 doubles and 19 homers in 122 games at Double-A Birmingham. 2012: started the season with Birmingham, hitting.276 in 115 games before moving up to Triple-A Charlotte for the final four games of the season. He hit.273 in those final contests. Named Player of the Year in Birmingham. 2013: Began with the season at Triple-A Charlotte in the White Sox system, hitting.223 in 39 games, before being traded to the Baltimore Orioles on June 7. Loman joined Double-A Bowie for the rest of the season, posting a.262 batting average with 13 doubles, six homers and 31 RBI in 56 games. 2014: Posted a.261 average in 90 games with the M-Braves. Tied Jeff Francoeur s record from 2005, driving in a run in eight consecutive games June Placed on the DL with a left thumb fracture, July 8 - August 20. #24 David Rohm OF Last Game:.000 (0-4) series:.182 (2-11) vs. JXN:.182 (2-11) Streak: 1 games (0-4) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.353 (6-17), 0 HR 2 games (3-7,.429) vs. LHP :.167 (1-6), 0 HR AB: 4 2B: HR: sb: BB: 2 RBI: 1 H: 2 3B: R: 2 CS: K: 2 HBP: Selected by the Braves in the ninth round of the 2010 draft out of Fresno City College. 2010: selected in the ninth round of the 2010 draft. Made his professional debut with the GCL Braves, hitting.320 in 19 games. Also appeared in 17 games at Rookie-Danville where he batted.319 with six doubles. 2011: Led Rome hitters and tied for third in the South Atlantic League in triples (8). Ranked ninth among Braves minor leaguers in batting average (.289). Hit.355 with nine doubles, two triples and three home runs in 28 games during the month of August. 2012: Hit.304 in 46 at bats against lefties. Compiled a.288 average on the road compared to a.185 mark at home. 2013: selected as a Carolina League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star. Ranked fourth in the Carolina League with a.302 batting average. He also ranked second in hits (150) and triples (8), and ranked fifth in runs scored (77). Rohm ranked among all Braves minor leaguers in the following categories: first in runs (77) and hits (150), third in at bats (496) and doubles (33), fourth in batting average (.302), tied for sixth in total games (130), ninth in RBI (53) and 10th in slugging percentage (.413). Rohm posted his best numbers during the months of April (.358, 22 G) and August (.336, 31 G). 2014: spent the entire season at Double-A Mississippi where he hit.255 in 114 games. Posted his best numbers during the month of May, hitting.341 with seven doubles, two triples and 18 RBI in 27 games. Hit.302 with runners on base. Pitched a third of an inning on April 18. Strung together nine-game and 11-game hitting streaks early in the season. #18 Chris O Dowd C Last Game:.500 (3-6) series:.500 (4-8) vs. JXN:.500 (4-8) Streak: 2 games (4-8,.500) Long Streak: Last HR: 4/17 at JXN (Tanabe) vs. RHP:.571 (4-7), 1 HR 2 games (4-8,.500) vs. LHP :.333 (2-6), 0 HR AB: 6 2B: 1 HR: 1 sb: BB: 2 RBI: 3 H: 3 3B: R: 1 CS: K: 2 HBP: Went 3-6 with a game-winning solo HR in the 12th, leading the Braves to a 6-5 victory over JXN Went 2-3 with 3 RBI in the M-Braves 8-7 win over TNS, 4/10 O Dowd was a non-roster invitee to big league camp. aquired by the Braves along with Jose Briceno via trade with the Rockies in exchange for David Hale and Gus Schlosser on January 30, Son of former Rockies General Manager Dan O Dowd. 2012: originally selected by the San Diego Padres in the 23rd round of the 2012 draft out of Dartmouth. Split time with three teams: Lake Elsinore (.310, 8 G); Eugene (.104, 26 G) and Fort Wayne (.167, 3 G). 2013: Released by the Padres prior to opening day and signed by the Colorado Rockies a couple days later. Began the season at Low-A Asheville where he hit.306 in 10 games with the Tourists. O Dowd finished the season at short-season Tri-City, posting a.263 average with 18 RBI in 48 games with the Dust Devils. 2014: Posted a.272 batting average in 74 games at High-A Modesto before moving up to Double-A Tulsa where he hit.269 in 39 contests. With Modesto, O Dowd posted his best numbers during the month of May (.308, 25 G). In Tulsa, he hit.302 in 24 games during the month of August. Named Player of the Week, May 5. #5 Rio Ruiz INF Last Game:.000 (0-2) series:.400 (4-10) vs. JXN:.400 (4-10) Streak: 1 games (0-2) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.333 (6-18), 0 HR 3 games (4-11,.364) vs. LHP :.200 (2-10), 0 HR AB: 5 2B: 2 HR: sb: BB: 2 RBI: 1 H: 2 3B: R: 1 CS: K: 2 HBP: enters the season ranked among the Braves best prospects according to Baseball America (No. 11) and MLB.com (No. 7). Ruiz was a non-roster invitee to big league camp. acquired by the Braves via trade with the Astros along with Mike Foltynewicz & Andrew Thurman in exchange for Evan Gattis & James Hoyt on January 14, : originally selected by the Astros in the fourth round of the 2012 draft out of Bishop Amat high School in La Puente, CA. Made his professional debut with the GCL Astros, hitting.271 in 23 games. Also appeared in 15 games at R-Greeneville where he posted a.220 batting average. 2013: spent the entire season at Low-A Quad Cities where he hit.260 with 46 extra base hits and 63 RBI. Selected as a MiLB.com Organizational All-Star. 2014: Posted a.293 average with 37 doubles, two triples, 11 homers and 77 RBI in 131 games at High-A Lancaster. Hit.312 against lefties. Posted his best numbers during the month of July when he hit.333 in 26 games. Selected as an Arizona Fall League Rising Star. #15 Steve Rodriguez C Last Game: DNP series:.000 (0-4) vs. JXN:.000 (0-4) Streak: 1 game (0-4) Long Streak: Last HR: vs. RHP:.083 (1-12), 0 HR 1 game (1-4,.250) vs. LHP :.250 (1-4), 0 HR AB: 4 2B: HR: sb: BB: 1 RBI: 1 H: 1 3B: R: CS: K: 1 HBP: Selected by the Braves in the Rule 5 Draft on December 11, : made his professional debut with Yakima (R) where he hit.195 with three doubles. 2012: Raised his average to.242 in his second season with short-season Yakima. Hit.389 against lefties. 2013: split time between Low-A South Bend (.216, 16 G) and High-A Visalia (.197, 40 G). 2014: appeared in nine games at High-A Visalia, hitting.250 with five extra base hits. Finished the season with Double-A Mobile where he posted a.267 batting average. Hit.333 when leading off. #1 Mallex Smith OF Last Game:.333 (2-6) series:.467 (7-15) vs. JXN:.467 (7-15) Streak: 5 games (9-24,.375) Long Streak: Last HR: 4/15 at JXN (DeCecco) vs. RHP:.176 (3-17), 0 HR 5 games (9-24,.375) vs. LHP :.500 (7-14), 1 HR AB: 6 2B: HR: 1 sb: 2 BB: 2 RBI: H: 3 3B: R: 2 CS: K: 3 HBP: Blasted his first homer of the season at JXN, 4/15 enters the season ranked among Atlanta s top prospects in both Baseball America (No. 19) and MLB.com (No. 17) rankings. Smith was a non-roster invitee to big league camp. acquired by the Braves via trade with the Padres along with Max Fried, Jace Peterson, Dustin Peterson & 4th Int l Bonus Pool Slot in exchange for Justin Upton & Aaron Northcraft on December 19, : made his professional debut with the AZL Padres, hitting.344 in 25 games. Finished the season at Eugene where he posted a.188 average through 10 games. Hit.362 against right-handers. Originally selected by the San Diego Padres in the fifth round of the 2012 draft out of Santa Fe College (FL). 2013: Led the Midwest League in stolen bases (64) and ranked third in runs scored (81). Posted a.262 average with 23 extra base hits and 29 RBI in 110 games at Low-A Fort Wayne. 2014: Began the season at Low-A Fort Wayne, posting an average of.295 with 19 extra base hits and 15 RBI in 65 games with the TinCaps. Finished the season at High-A Lake Elsinore, averaging.327 in 55 games with the Storm. Selected as a MiLB.com Organizational All-Star. Also selected as the MiLB.com Fans Choice for Best Offesive Player. Named to the Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star team. Posted his best numbers during the month of May when he hit.369 in 30 games. Page 6
7 Starts By Position 1B: Kevin Ahrens (2), Seth Loman (6) 2B: Daniel Castro (1), Corban Joseph (4), Emerson Landoni (3) 3B: Kevin Ahrens (2), Rio Ruiz (6) SS: Daniel Castro (6), Emerson Landoni (2) LF: KD Kang (2), Matt Lipka (6) CF: Matt Lipka (1), Mallex Smith (7) RF: KD Kang (2), David Rohm (6) C: Chris O Dowd (4), Steve Rodriguez (4) P: Jake Brigham (2), Jason Hursh (2), Tyrell Jenkins (2), Victor Mateo (1), Greg Ross (1) DH: KD Kang (1), David Rohm (1), Rio Ruiz (1) Statistical Breakdown Record Breakdown Score First Opponents Score First Shutouts... Score in 1 inning Score in 2 innings Score in 3 innings Score in 4 innings Score in 5 > innings Leading after 6 innings Leading after 7 innings Tied after 6 innings... Tied after 7 innings... Trailing after 6 innings Trailing after 7 innings Leading after 8 innings Score 2 or Fewer Runs Tied after 8 innings... Score 3 Runs Trailing after 8 innings Score 4 or More Runs Starts By Batting Order 1: Matt Lipka (1), Mallex Smith (7) 2: Daniel Castro (7), Corban Joseph (1) 3: Kevin Ahrens (1), Rio Ruiz (7) 4: Kevin Ahrens (3), Seth Loman (5) 5: KD Kang (3), Seth Loman (1), David Rohm (4) 6: Corban Joseph (1), KD Kang (2), Steve Rodriguez (2), David Rohm (3) 7: Corban Joseph (1), Emerson Landoni (2), Chris O Dowd (3), Steve Rodriguez (2) 8: Corban Joseph (1), Emerson Landoni (3), Matt Lipka (3), Chris O Dowd (1) 9: Jake Brigham (1), Jason Hursh (1), Tyrell Jenkins (1), Matt Lipka (3), Victor Mateo (1), Greg Ross (1) First Game of Series First Game of Homestand First Game of Road Trip Following an Off Day Final At-Bat Decisions In Errorless Games With a Homer With No Homers Day Night Following a Win Following a Loss In Decision By Starters Last Game of Series Last Game of Homestand Last Game of Road Trip... 1-Run Games Run Games Run Games Allow a Homer Allow No Homers Vs. Righty Starters Vs. Lefty Starters Starter Goes <5 Innings Starter Goes 5> Innings In Decision By Bullpen Hit Breakdown Multi-Hit Games Player Total Games Season High Kevin Ahrens 1 1 2, 4/17 at JXN Daniel Castro , 4/12 vs TNS Emerson Landoni 1 1 2, 4/17 at JXN Matt Lipka 1 1 3, 4/15 at JXN KD Kang 2 2 2, Last: 4/15 at JXN Chris O Dowd , 4/17 at JXN David Rohm 3 3 2, Last: 4/16 at JXN Rio Ruiz , 4/15 at JXN Mallex Smith , 4/15 at JXN RBI Breakdown Multi-RBI Games 2-Out Player Total RBI RBI Season High Kevin Ahrens 1 4 2, 4/17 at JXN Daniel Castro , 4/13 vs TNS Corban Joseph 1 1 1, 4/12 vs TNS KD Kang 2 5 2, Last: 4/11 vs TNS Emerson Landoni 1 1, 4/10 vs TNS Matt Lipka 1 1, 4/11 vs TNS Seth Loman /15 at JXN Chris O Dowd , Last: 4/17 at JXN Andrew Robinson 1 1, 4/11 vs TNS Steve Rodriguez 1 1 1, 4/12 vs TNS David Rohm 3 2 1, Last: 4/11 vs TNS Rio Ruiz 3 1 1, Last: 4/17 at JXN Mallex Smith , Last: 4/16 at JXN Braves on the Bases 2B 3B HP Total Player SB-ATT SB-ATT SB-ATT SB-ATT Kevin Ahrens 1-1, , Daniel Castro 1-1, , , Corban Joseph 1-1, , KD Kang 0-1, ,.000 Matt Lipka 1-2, ,.500 Chris O Dowd 1-1, , Rio Ruiz 0-1, ,.000 Mallex Smith 2-2, , , David Rohm 0-1, ,.000 Total 6-10, , , ,.714 Daily & Monthly Breakdown Day Home Road Month Home Road Monday April Tuesday - - May - - Wednesday June - - Thursday July - - Friday August - - Saturday September - - Sunday Total Total Series Breakdown Home Road Braves Opp. Type Won-Lost-Split Won-Lost-Split Sweeps Sweeps 4-Game Game Double Headers Braves Solo... 1 Braves 2-Run... 2 Braves 3-Run... Braves Grand Slams... Total... 3 Score MIS Inn. OPP 3 1st 5 2 2nd rd th 1 8 5th 1-6th 6 8 7th - 4 8th 7 4 9th 2-10th th th th th - Home Run Breakdown Braves By Inning Home Runs MIS Inn. OPP - 1st - - 2nd 1-3rd - - 4th 1 1 5th - - 6th 2 1 7th - - 8th 1-9th th th th th th - Braves Big Innings Opponent Solo...2 Opponent 2-Run...3 Opponent 3-Run... Opponent Grand Slams... Total...5 Errors MIS Inn. OPP - 1st 1 2 2nd - 2 3rd - - 4th - - 5th - 1 6th 1 1 7th 5-8th 2-9th 1-10th 1-11th th th th Outfield Assists Player 1st 2nd 3rd Home Matt Lipka 1 1 Mallex Smith 1 Page 7
8 Statistical Breakdown PH Kevin Ahrens...0-3,.000 KD Kang...0-1,.000 Emerson Landoni...0-1,.000 Total ,.000 Pinch & Designated Hitters DH KD Kang...2-6,.333 David Rohm...2-3,.667 Rio Ruiz...0-2,.000 Total ,.364 Pitchers at the Plate Pitcher s Hitting R 2B 3B HR RBI Sac BB K Jake Brigham 0-1, Jason Hursh 0-1,.000 Victor Mateo 0-1,.000 Jorge Reyes 0-3, Andrew Robinson 0-1, Bryton Trepagnier 0-1, Ryan Weber 1-2, Totals 1-9, Shutouts Date Opponent Result Record W-L-S One-Run Games Date Opponent Result Record W-L-S 4/10 TNS W, Reyes-Santiago-Kelly 4/16 JXN L, Hernandez-Jenkins 4/17 JXN W, 6-5 (12) 2-1 Trepagnier-Tanabe-Kelly 2005: : : : : : : : : : : All-Time Record: Extra-Inning Games Date Opponent Result Record W-L-S 4/17 JXN W, 6-5 (12) 1-0 Trepagnier-Tanabe-Kelly 2005: : : : : : : : : : : 1-0 All-Time Record: : : : : : : : : : : : 2-1 All-Time Record: Doubleheaders Date Opponent Result Record W-L-S 2005: : : : : : : : : : : All-Time Record: Page 8
9 Statistical Breakdown Last Time It Happened Against the Braves Hitting Four-Hit Game... Tim Anderson (8/23/14 vs BIR) Five-Hit Game... Rich Poythress (8/17/12 at JXN) Four-Run Game... Darnell Sweeney (5/22/14 at CHA) Three-Double Game...Nate Tenbrink (7/11/12 at JXN) Four-RBI Game... Erik Komatsu (8/31(2)/14 at HVL) Five-RBI Game... Ryan Adams (5/22/14 at CHA) Six-RBI Game... Ed Easley (7/8/11 at MOB) Eight-RBI Game...Eric Eymann (5/16/08 at CHA) Grand Slam... Darnell Sweeney (5/22/14 at CHA) Lead-Off Home Run (Inning)... Marcus Semien (7/5/13 at BIR) Walk-Off Home Run... Kyeong Kang (8/20/13 at MTG) Walk-Off Grand Slam...Brad Davis (5/14/09 at JAX) Walk-Off Hit...Elliot Soto (6/15/14 at TNS) Back-to-Back Home Runs... Bill Rhinehart & Cody Puckett (9/3/11 at CAR) Two-Home Run Game... Christian Villanueva (4/13/15 vs TNS) Two-Home Run Inning... Lee Cruz (7/24/08 at BIR) Pinch-Hit Home Run...JR Hopf (4/18/09 at HVL) Multi-Home Run Inning...Alejandro Segovia & Willie Argo (7/7/14 at MTG) Inside-the-Park Home Run... Marc Krauss (4/8/12 vs MOB) First on Catcher Interference... Matt Davidson (5/1/12 at MOB) Hit for Cycle... Victor Mercedes (6/10/07 at BIR) Pitching One-Hitter...Fiers/Luetge/Byrd/Wooten (6/29/11 at HVL) Two-Hitter...Evan Anundsen (6/3(1)/12 at HVL) Three-Hitter... Dylan Floro (8/13/14 vs MTG) Shutout... Lorenzen/Maine/Adleman/Gonzalez/Dyer (7/30/14 vs PNS) Back-to-Back Shutouts. Cravy/Medlen/Marzec & Mateo/Stowell/Garrido (4/18-19/14 vs HVL-MTG) Three Striaght Shutouts... (4/17-19/14 vs HVL-MTG) Shortened Complete Game...Evan Anundsen (6/3(1)/12 at HVL) Complete Game... Alex Colome (7/29/12 at MTG) 10+Strikeouts (Ind.)...Taijuan Walker (4/9/14 at JXN) Miscellaneous Triple Play...Mayorson/Concepcion (8/19/08) Three or More Steals, One Game...Quintin Berry - 4 (8/7/11 vs CAR) Position Player Pitched... Eric Campbell (4/15/12 at JXN) Nine Steals (Team), One Game.Gordon/Robinson/Nivar 2/Perez 3/Herrera/Smith (6/12/10 vs CHA) Steal of Home... Nick Ahmed (5/27/13 at MOB) Pitcher Homered... Tyler Thornburg (4/26/12 vs HVL) Last Time It Happened for the Braves Hitting Two Infield Hit Game...Brandon Hicks (6/25/09 vs BIR) Three Infield Hit Game... Javier Guzman (4/11/08 vs MOB) Four-Run Game... Seth Loman (5/25/14 at CHA) Five-Run Game... Luis Bolivar (4/18/10 at WTN) Four-Hit Game... Daniel Castro (4/12/15 vs TNS) Five-Hit Game... Daniel Castro (7/8/14 at MTG) Three-Double Game... Willie Cabrera (6/17/10 at CAR) Two-Triple Game...Marcus Lemon (6/7/11 at MTG) Four-RBI Game...Cedric Hunter (6/19/14 vs JXN) Five-RBI Game...Cedric Hunter (6/8/14 vs CHA) Six-RBI Game...Jaime Pedroza (8/2/13 at HVL) Grand Slam...Kyle Kubitza (6/5/14 vs CHA) Lead-Off Home Run (Game)... Mycal Jones (4/26/14 at PNS) Lead-Off Home Run (Inning)... 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