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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS FRONT OFFICE / STADIUM INFO Team Information...2 Smokies Stadium Information / Stadium Firsts...3 Smokies Stadium Ground Rules / Largest Crowds...4 Smokies Stadium At A Glance...5 Randy and Jenny Boyd...6 Doug Kirchhofer...7 Chris Allen / Brian Cox / Jeremy Boler...8 Mark Johnson...10 Field Staff / Desi Wilson / Terry Clark / Osmin Melendez / Jon Fierro Smokies Players League Information / Division Layout...37 Playoff Procedures / League Mileage...38 Biloxi Shuckers...39 Birmingham Barons...40 Chattanooga Lookouts...41 Jackson Generals...42 Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp...43 Mississippi Braves...44 Mobile BayBears...45 Montgomery Biscuits...46 Pensacola Blue Wahoos...47 Season Notes & Highlights...49 Team Statistics...50 First Half Day-By-Day...51 Second Half Day-By-Day...52 Team Transactions...53 Statistical Leaders / Record Breakdowns / Runs By Inning...54 Southern League Hitting Leaders...55 Southern League Pitching Leaders...56 Southern League Standings and Honors...57 Cubs Front Office...58 Cubs 40-Man Roster...59 Top 30 Cubs Prospects / Best Tools...60 Major League Stats / Standings...61 Cubs System Leaders / Standings...62 Organizational Leaders Iowa Cubs...65 Myrtle Beach Pelicans...66 South Bend Cubs...67 Eugene Emeralds...68 Mesa/AZL Cubs...69 History of Baseball in Knoxville Year-By-Year Records / Composite Records / Records By Affiliate Postseason History...77 Smokies In The Bigs...78 From Sevierville To Wrigley...79 Opening Day Starting Lineups Since Smokies MLB Hall of Famers...81 Smokies MLB Awards Winners...82 Franchise Single-Season Records Smokies Park Era Individual Single-Season Records Smokies Career Records Indiviiduall/Team League Records Held By Smokies Last Time It Happened Yearly Batting/Pitching Leaders Smokies Park Era Team Single-Season Records...95 Smokies All-Stars...96 Smokies Honors & Awards...97 Smokies Managers Smokies All-Time Roster Covering the Smokies Pre-Game Schedules / Nick Gates Press Row Smokies On The Air Smokies On The Web FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 1

3 TEAM CONTACT THE TENNESSEE SMOKIES Address Line Drive... Kodak, TN Telephone...(865) Fax...(865) Press Box Phone...(865) Website Affiliation... Chicago Cubs (Eleventh Year) Record As Cubs Affiliate (.531) Years in the Southern League , 1972-Present Composite Southern League Record...3,473-3,554 (.494) Team Colors...Royal Blue, Light Blue, Red and Tan Mascots...Homer (Red), Slugger (Blue) and Diamond (Green) OWNERSHIP/FRONT OFFICE Owner...Randy Boyd CEO... Doug Kirchhofer President, COO... Chris Allen Vice President... Jeremy Boler General Manager of Baseball Operations...Brian Cox Assitant General Manager...Tim Volk General Manager, Smokies Hospitality...Scott Tallon Warehouse Manager...John Felegy Director, Broadcasting... Mick Gillispie Broadcast Assistant...Charlie Walter Director, Corporate Sales... Chris Franklin Director, In-Game Presentation...Drew Gibby Video Productions Manager...Sumner Gilliam Media Relations Manager... Conner Pearce Director, Merchandise...Matt Strutner Director, Stadium Operations...Bryan Webster Head Grounds Keeper... Anthony DeFeo Group Sales Manager...Jason Moody Business Manager...Suzanne French Box Office Manager...Michael McMullen Sponsorship Service Manager... Baylor Love Sponsor Service Coordinator...Allie Crain Senior Account Executive...Jason Moody Corporate Sales Executive... Thomas Kappel Account Executive... Alex Ladd Account Executive... Shelby Carter Account Executive...Andrew O Gara Corporate Sales Representative... Corey Smart Stadium Operations...Josh Howe Administrative Assistant...Tolena Trout Community Relations Intern...Katie McGuire Graphic Design Trainee...Ariel Olsen FIELD STAFF Manager...Mark Johnson (Second Season) Pitching Coach... Terry Clark (Second Season) Hitting Coach...Jacob Cruz (First Season) Assistant Coach...Ricardo Medina (First Season) Head Athletic Trainer... Mike McNulty (First Season) Strength & Conditioning Coach... Mike MeGrew (Fourth Season) Video Coordinator...Jamie McFarland (First Season) FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 2

4 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES STADIUM SMOKIES STADIUM AT A GLANCE Constructed Approx. Construction Time...One Year Stadium Architect...HNTB/BarberMcMurray, Inc. Construction Firm...Denark-Smith Seating Capacity...6,000 Surface...TifSport 419 Bermuda grass Field Dimensions... Left Field - 330, Center Fiield - 400, Right Field SMOKIES STADIUM FIRSTS First Game...April 20, 2000 vs. Chattanooga Lookouts Time/Temperature of First Pitch...7:36 p.m. / 77-degrees Pitcher...Leo Estrella Batter... Gookie Dawkins (HR to LF) Home Plate Umpire... Darren Spagnardi Pitch...Fastball (Strike) Winning Pitcher...Leo Estrella (Smokies) Losing Pitcher... Eddie Priest (Lookouts) Save... Bob File (April 20, 2000) Hit... Gookie Dawkins (April 20, 2000) Smokies Hit... Willis Otanez (April 20, 2000) Run... Gookie Dawkins (April 20, 2000) Smokies Run... Jay Gibbons (April 20, 2000) Single... Willis Otanez (April 20, 2000) Double... Jay Gibbons (April 20, 2000) Triple... Scott Sollmann (April 21, 2000) Home Run... Gookie Dawkins (April 20, 2000) Smokies Home Run... Jay Gibbons (April 20, 2000) Two-Run Homer... Jay Gibbons (April 20, 2000) Three-Run Homer... Ben Broussard (CHA, April 20, 2000) Grand Slam...Tony Peters (May 22, 2001) Inside-The-Park Home Run... Mike Young (May 26, 2000) RBI... Gookie Dawkins (April 20, 2000) Walk... Brian Lloyd (April 20, 2000) Intentional Walk... Tim Giles (April 21, 2000) Strikeout...Mike Young (April 20, 2000) Error...Felipe Lopez (April 20, 2000) Stolen Base... Brian Lloyd (April 20, 2000) Caught Stealing...Mike Young (April 21, 2000) Extra-Inning Game...April 21, 2000 Chattanooga 13, Tennessee 8-13 Innings Rain Out... April 24, 2000 vs. West Tenn. Shutout... Nate Teut (West Tenn., April 23, 2000) No-Hitter... Leo Estrella (May 27, 2000) Six Innings Opp. No-Hitter... Gerardo Garcia (Orlando, May 21, 2002) TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

5 SMOKIES STADIUM SMOKIES STADIUM GROUND RULES - Any ball hit over the yellow line on the eight-foot green outfield wall is a home run. - Any ball that hits the metal railing above the outfield wall is a home run. - The bullpens are in play. - Balls that become trapped under the bullpen benches are out of play. - Balls that become trapped inside or under the tarp are out of play. - Any ball that touches or goes into the dugout is out of play. - Any hit ball that bounces over the outfield wall is an automatic double. LARGEST SINGLE GAME CROWDS AT SMOKIES STADIUM # Date Opponent Attendance Promotions Fireworks/ Star Wars Light Saber 1 May 14, 2016 Birmingham 7,902 giveaway Fireworks/Toy Story Night/Daddy- 2 July 24, 2015 Chattanooga 7,866 Daughter Date Night 3 June 19, 2015 Mississippi 7,806 Fireworks/Star Wars Night Smokies Safety Day/Ernie Banks 4 May 12, 2015 (G1) Montgomery 7,787 Tribute 5 July 4, 2016 Jackson 7,763 Independence Day Fireworks 6 July 4, 2010 Huntsville 7,728 Independence Day Fireworks 7 August 27, 2016 Birmingham 7,727 Friday Fireworks/90 s Night 8 July 3, 2009 Huntsville 7,653 Independence Day Fireworks 9 May 24, 2008 Mississippi 7,381 John Smoltz Rehab 10 May 8, 2013 Birmingham 7,364 Health & Safety Day 11 May 15, 2012 Jackson 7,343 Health & Safety Day 12 April 11, 2016 Mobile 7,328 Health & Safety Day 13 April 20, 2000 Chattanooga 7,318 Smokies Stadium Opener 14 August 22, 2015 (DH) Montgomery 7,241 UT Night/Pat Summit Bobblehead 15 August 28, 2015 Jacksonville 7, 241 Fireworks/Augtoberfest Night 16 May 11, 2010 Carolina 7,232 Health & Safety Day 17 July 3, 2014 Montgomery 7,209 Independence Day Fireworks 18 August 12, 2000 Mobile 7,149 Cap Night 19 July 11, 2014 Montgomery 6,992 Fireworks/Free Ride Friday 20 August 17, 2001 Huntsville 6,990 Fireworks/Jake the Diamond Dog 21 June 8, 2000 Toronto (AL) 6,979 Exhibition with Parent Club 22 August 7, 2010 Huntsville 6,949 Fireworks/Hat Giveaway 23 May 13, 2009 West Tenn. 6,935 Health & Safety Day 24 July 3, 2008 Huntsville 6,914 Independence Day Fireworks T25 June 10, 2016 Chattanooga 6,913 Friday Night Fireworks T25 July 4, 2005 West Tenn. 6,913 Independence Day Fireworks FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 4

6 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES STADIUM STORY OF SUCCESS PRELIMINARY TALKS- June, Discussions begin about the possibility of the Smokies playing in a new multi-use stadium in Sevier County. STADIUM DESIGN- November, Architectural designs of the proposed stadium are unveiled. SMOKIES KICK OFF SEASON TICKET DRIVE- December 7th, The goal is set and the community begins to buy season tickets for a new multi-use stadium in Sevier County. SMOKIES ANNOUNCE SITE- January, Exit 407 location is announced as the proposed site of the new ballpark. SMOKIES HIT GOAL- February, Smokies reach season ticket goal of 1,200 for three-year commitment. SMOKIES STADIUM ATTENDANCE CITY AND COUNTY APPROVAL- March, The City of Sevierville, ,141 and Sevier County approve the funding for the multi-purpose stadium ,037 GROUNDBREAKING- April 23rd, The official groundbreaking for ,033 the new $19.4 million multi-use stadium at Exit 407. TOPPING OUT CEREMONY- October 5th, A new era of baseball ,597 in East Tennessee starts as the Smokies change their name from the ,756 Knoxville Smokies to the Tennessee Smokies. A picnic is held at the site ,163 of the new park as the steel structure is entirely in place ,958 PEEK AT THE PARK- March 4th- 5,000 Fans in East Tennessee were ,121 allowed into the new ballpark to catch a sneak peek of what was to come ,209 at Exit ,153 OPENING DAY April 20th vs. Chattanooga: Six home runs combined ,415 between two clubs. Capacity crowd of 7,318 entertained to a 10-7 Smokies win ,341 NO HITTER!- May 27th Smokies right-handed pitcher Leo Estrella hurls ,112 club s first no hitter in ten years vs. Orlando Rays at Smokies Stadium ,984 BLUE JAYS GAME- June 8th A crowd of 6,979 packed the park for the ,038 first Major League team to take the field in East Tennessee since ,606 ATTENDANCE RECORD BROKEN The Smokies break the all-time ,694 franchise record for attendance. The Smokies finish the season with TOTAL...4,447, ,141, an average of 3,823. The Southern League awards The Tennessee Smokies an Award of Excellence for improved attendance. FIRST AMATEUR GAME- April 7th, 2001 The Carson Newman Eagles played the Tusculum Pioneers in the first ever college baseball game at Smokies Stadium. COLLEGE BASEBALL TOURNEY Smokies Stadium hosted its first ever collegiate baseball tournament beginning May 4th, The Tennessee State Junior College Baseball Tournament. Volunteer State wins the Championship. ALL-STAR GAME- The Southern League All-Star Game is hosted by Smokies Stadium on June 20th, A crowd of 5,086 were entertained to the league s best players. The home-run derby was won by Birmingham s Joe Borchard, who also won the game MVP, by cracking a two-run walk off homer in the tenth inning. The West squad topped the East 4-3. FIRST CONCERT- The Christian band 4 Him entertains a crowd of 6,785 following the Smokies win over Orlando on Sunday, August 5th. ATTENDANCE RECORD FALLS AGAIN- For the second consecutive year the Smokies set a new all-time franchise record for attendance. In 69 Southern League openings in 2001, the club attracted 266,037 fans, an average of 3,856. TENNESSEE CLASSIC-The first-ever exhibition game between the Smokies and University of Tennessee Volunteers was played on May 1, A crowd of over 4,200 witnessed the Smokies break a 4-4 tie in the bottom of the ninth to edge the Vols, 5-4. ORLANDO NO-HITTER May 21st, 2002 Gerardo Garcia of the Orlando Rays becomes the first pitcher to no-hit the Smokies at Smokies Stadium. It was also the first nine-inning no-hitter at the park. ALL-STAR GAME II- June 20th, 2002 The Smokies again hosted the Southern League All-Star Game. It marked the first time a Southern League team has hosted back to back All-Star Games. A crowd of 5,287 watched the West defeat the East 4-1. ATTENDANCE RECORD BROKEN September 5, 2002-The Smokies set the franchise attendance record for the third straight season. In 70 home games, Smokies Stadium welcomed 268,033 fans, an average of 3,829 a game. ATTENDANCE RECORD TOPPED AGAIN-- August 24, The club smashed the franchise attendance record again in Over 70 home contests, Smokies Stadium hosted 283,083 guests for an average of 4,044, marking the first time the team has averaged over 4,000 fans in a single-season in its history TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

7 Randy & Jenny Boyd Owners SMOKIES FRONT OFFICE Jenny and Randy are big baseball fans not just for the sport but also for how it brings communities together. Randy has been to 39 major league ball parks (old and new ones of many major league teams) and Jenny is catching up with him! They are committed to making baseball a great family fun experience for our community for generations to come and looking forward to continuous improvements in the ball park and the fan experience in the coming years. Jenny Boyd is the owner and operator of Boyd s Jig and Reel in the Old City in downtown Knoxville. The Jig and Reel is a musical Scottish pub dedicated to preserving and promoting our musical heritage. Jenny plays the fiddle and mandolin in the Celtic band The Good Thymes Ceilidh Band. She is a member of the Old City Association and serves on the Young-Williams Animal Center Board, the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra Board, and the East Tennessee Historical Society Board. She is also a proud Smokies baseball fan! Randy Boyd is the founder and Executive Chairman of Radio Systems Corporation which he started in Radio Systems is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee and has over 630 associated worldwide with offices in seven countries. The company produces over 4,600 pet products under brand names such as Invisible Fence, PetSafe, and SportDOG. It is privately held with sales over $350 million. Randy is currently serving as Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. While based in Nashville, he will be leading the department s mission of developing strategies which help make Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs. The department seeks to attract new corporate investment in Tennessee and works with Tennessee companies to facilitate expansion and economic growth. Mr. Boyd also serves on numerous corporate and philanthropic boards. In 2013, Randy took a year leave of absence from his company to serve Governor Bill Haslam in a volunteer role as his Special Advisor on Higher Education assisting in the development of the Drive to 55 initiatives and the Tennessee Promise. The Tennessee Promise will provide free tuition and fees to community college to approximately 25,000 Tennesseans per year, all matched with a trained, volunteer mentor. Jenny and Randy Boyd support many animal welfare projects, such as developing a new Animal Adoption Center in Knoxville that will more than double the number of spay and neuter procedures that can be performed annually in Knoxville. They also help fund the Blount County Animal Center as well as the PetSafe Chair of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee. Radio Systems has provided the funds to create seven public dog parks in the Knoxville area as an effort to make Knoxville the most pet friendly community in America while Invisible Fence Brand has donated over 10,000 dog oxygen masks to Fire Department around the United States as part of its Project Breathe. Jenny and Randy have been married for 32 years, live in Knoxville and have two sons, Harrison and Thomas. Their family also includes two dogs, Spanky and Oscar, and two cats Sebastian and Wolfgang. FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 6

8 FRONT OFFICE Doug Kirchhofer CEO SMOKIES FRONT OFFICE Entering his 16th season with the Smokies, Doug Kirchhofer has been a major player in the minor league sports industry for the past 21 years. Kirchhofer has hands-on experience in minor league franchise development and sports facility management as well as a finance background. Kirchhofer came to the Smokies from Cincinnati, where he served as President and CEO of Cincinnati Entertainment Associates, Ltd. He oversaw the private acquisition and $16 million renovation of Riverfront Coliseum, transforming the aging downtown building into the Firstar Center (now US Bank Arena). He served as President and CEO of the Cincinnati Cyclones professional ice hockey team from and also as General Manager of the club from During his stint with the Cyclones, Kirchhofer moved the team to the downtown, riverfront area and newly remodeled 16,000- seat big league facility. In Kirchhofer s 11-year tenure, the team led all of minor league hockey in attendance through the early part of the 1990s, established an International Hockey League record for most consecutive 40-win seasons (8) and participated in the playoffs 10 times. Kirchhofer got his start in professional sports in 1989 as part of the group that formed and operated the Nashville Knights of the East Coast Hockey League. Later in the 90s, Kirchhofer became part owner of the Birmingham Bulls, an offshoot of the Cincinnati franchise. During his years in Cincinnati, he also was involved with teams in minor league basketball and professional indoor soccer. Kirchhofer s ties to Tennessee date to time spent as Vice President/ Finance for Concoal Management Company in Knoxville from During that span he also sat on the Board of Directors at First Heritage National Bank in Loudon. Prior to working with Concoal, he was a manager in the tax department of a public accounting firm in Atlanta, a job he held after earning a Master s Degree in Accountancy from the University of Illinois. Kirchhofer graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University with a B.S. in Business Administration. Doug and his wife Lana have made their home in East Tennessee, at least during the offseason, since They have two grown children, Kristi and Kyle, and four grandsons, Jay, Tanner, Drew and Evan, living in Knoxville. Doug and Lana both have served as board members of the Christian Academy of Knoxville, and Doug served a term as president of that Board of Directors. Doug was a member of the 2003 class of Leadership Sevier, the 2006 class of East Tennessee Regional Leadership and the 2007 class of Leadership Knoxville TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

9 Chris Allen President, COO SMOKIES FRONT OFFICE 2017 marks Chris fifth season with the Smokies. Prior to joining the organization, he worked for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, South Coast League, Salem Avalanche, Wilson Tobs and Chillicothe Paints. While working for the Tobs, Chris also spent four years working with the NCAA directing regional baseball tournaments. Allen left the sports world in 2011 to co-found Sayin It Loud, a transit advertising agency serving Baltimore, Maryland and metro Washington D.C. Chris returned to baseball after three years of establishing the business to join the Smokies. Chris is a founding board member of the North Carolina Baseball Museum in Wilson, N.C. and graduated from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. with a degree in Sports Management. A Virginia native, he and his wife, Elisa, reside in Maryville, Tenn. with their three children Casey (14), Chase (10) and Carolina (6) and eight-month-old baby Charley.. FRONT OFFICE Jeremy Boler Vice President 2017 will be Jeremy s fourth season with the Smokies and his first as Vice President. Boler previously served as Assistant General Manager and Director of Corporate Sales. Prior to joining the Smokies, Jeremy spent three years as the General Manager of the Forest City Owls in the Coastal Plain League. As the General Manager Jeremy oversaw every aspect of the franchise. Under his leadership the Owls were ranked in the top 11 in the nation in overall attendance each of his three years. Prior to Joining the Owls he served as the Corporate Marketing Manager for the Winston-Salem Dash in the Carolina League and helped build corporate ticket packages for businesses. He received his B.A. from Gardner-Webb University, in Boiling Springs, NC. with a degree in Business Administration. A North Carolina native, he and his wife, Adrienne reside in Knoxville, Tennessee. Brian Cox General Manager, Baseball Operations 2017 begins Brian s 16th season as General Manager of the Tennessee Smokies. Cox got his start in baseball with the Memphis Chicks in 1989, then worked for the Cleveland Indians that same year. He joined the Knoxville Blue Jays in 1990 as Director of Media Relations, a position he maintained through the 1994 season before being promoted to Assistant General Manager. Cox was then promoted to General Manger of the Tennessee Smokies in February of He played a major role in the team s name change to the Knoxville Smokies in 1993, and was heavily involved with the team s move to Smokies Park in Brian been named the Southern League Jimmy Bragan Executive of the Year three times, first in 2004 and again in 2010 and He currently serves as chairman of the Southern League Rules and Competition Committee. Brian is currently participating in East Tennessee Regional Leadership (ETRLA), a previous board member of the Tennesssee Donor Services and a graduate of Leadership Sevier in He has been very involved with coaching youth sports with his two sons. Brian received a Bachelor s Degree in Sports Management from Bowling Green State University and is a native of Columbia Station, Ohio (outside of Cleveland). His parents, Francis and Betty Cox, and older borthers, David and Bruce, still reside there. Brian and his wife Cynthia have been married for 22 years, and she is a kindergarten teacher with Knox County Schools. Brian and Cynthia live in Knoxville with their two teenage sons, Brady and Logan. Brady is a student at Knoxville West High School and Logan is a student at Bearden Middle School. Both boys are very involved in school and community sports teams. The family are active members of All Saints Catholic Church TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 8

10 Kyle Schwarber 2017 Smokies

11 SMOKIES MANAGER - MARK JOHNSON 2016 will mark Johnson s seventh season in the Cubs organization and his second as Tennessee s manager after guiding Myrtle Beach to its first Carolina League Championship since 2000, last season. Under Johnson, the Pelicans finished the regular season with an mark, the best record in the Carolina League. In 2014, Johnson helped the Cubs Low-A affiliate, Kane County Cougars, win 91 games and record a.650 winning percentage, the highest winning mark of any full-season team. Much like last year s Pelicans squad, Kane County went on to capture the Midwest League title. Johnson joins Tennessee after spending this offseason as the manager of the Arizona Fall League s Mesa Solar Sox and last year with Myrtle Beach. Johnson has spent past campaigns with Kane County (2014) and the Cubs Short-Season affiliate, Boise Hawks ( ). Over the course of his fiveyear managerial career, Johnson has accumulated a record and a.531 winning percentage. Johnson played eight seasons in the Major Leagues as a catcher with the Chicago White Sox, Oakland Athletics, Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals. In 332 career games, Johnson tallied a.218 batting average with 16 home runs and 83 runs batted in. The backstop retired following the 2010 campaign after spending two seasons in the Cubs organization with Triple-A Iowa. Johnson was drafted by the White Sox in the first round (26th overall) of the 1994 Draft out of Warner Robbins High School in Georgia. MANAGERIAL RECORD YEAR TEAM W-L PCT STANDING 2012 Boise Northwest st/4th 2013 Kane County Midwest th/15th 2014 Kane County Midwest *1st/1st 2015 Myrtle Beach Carolina *1st/1st 2016 Tennessee Southern th TOTALS *Won League Championship Series Full Name: Mark Landon Johnson Birthplace: Wheat Ridge, Colo. (September 12, 1975) Resides: Perry, Ga. Years in Tennessee: Second Experience Minor League Instructor: Entering Seventh season With Cubs Organization: Entering Seventh season At Double-A Level: Entering Second season +Lost League Championship Series MANAGERIAL HIGHLIGHTS & AWARDS 2014 Midwest League Manager of the Year (Kane County Cougars) 2014 Midwest League Champions (Kane County Cougars) 2014 Baseball America Minor League Manager of the Year (Kane County Cougars) 2015 Carolina League Manager of the Year (Myrtle Beach Pelicans) 2015 Carolina League Champions (Myrtle Beach Pelicans) FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 10

12 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES FIELD STAFF Jacob Cruz Hitting Coach Born...May 8, 1968 in Glen Cove, N.Y. Resides...Tempe, Ariz. Years at Tennessee... First (2017-) Coaching Career: Jacob Cruz will be making his debut with the Smokies and the Cubs organization as a whole in 2017 as the hitting coach. Cruz has spent the last six seasons as a hitting coach in the Arizona s farm system, and most recently at the Arizona League Diamondbacks ( ). Playing Career: Cruz played nine major league seasons from as an outfielder and hit.241 with 19 homers and 105 RBI in 409 games. The former outfielder was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the first round (32nd Overall) of the 1994 Draft out of Arizona State University. Terry Clark Pitching Coach Born...Oct. 18, 1960 in Los Angeles, Calif. Resides...Ontario, Calif. Years at Tennessee...First Coaching Career: Clark begins his first season with Cubs organization after spending the last two seasons as the minor league pitching coordinator for the Seattle Mariners. Prior to his time with the Mariners, the 55-year old spent 13 season s as a minor league pitching coach with the Jackson Generals (2013), Round Rock Express ( ), Oklahoma City RedHawks ( ), Frisco RoughRiders ( ), Buffalo Bisons ( ), Akron Aeros ( ) and the Mahoning Valley Scrappers (2000). Playing Career: Clark spent parts of six seasons in the Majors as a right-handed pitcher with the California Angels, Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers. In 91 career appearances (27 starts), the California native posted a record with a 5.54 earned run average and 109 strikeouts. Clark was drafted by the Cardinals in the 23rd round of the 1979 Draft out of Mount San Antonio College in California. Ricardo Medina Assistant Coach Born... Mar. 26, 1975 in Barquisimeto, Venezuela Resides...Orlando, Fla. Years at Tennessee...First Coaching Career: Ricardo Medina joins the Smokies as a coach, but is no stranger to the Cubs organization. Medina will be entering his 19th season with the Cubs organization and his first season with Tennessee. Medina assumed the same role last year for the Class A Affiliate South Bend Cubs. Playing Career: Medina spent six years ( ) in the Cubs farm system as a first baseman and third baseman during his playing career. Mike McNulty Athletic Trainer 2017 will mark the fourth season in the Cubs organization for trainer Mike McNulty, and his first with the Smokies. McNulty previously served the same role for South Bend in 2016, Eugene in 2015, and Mesa in TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

13 Jeffrey Baez Full Name: Jeffrey Nazareth Baez Height: 6-0 Born: October 30, 1993 in El Tigre, Venezuela Weight: 180 Resides: El Tigre, Venezuela Bats: Right School: N/A Throws: Right Signed: by Chicago (NL) as non-drafted free agent (Nov. 20, 2010) Acquired: as non-drafted free agent (Nov. 20, 2010) Pro Resume: 7th season; 7th with Cubs 2016: Named Carolina League Player of the Week, August : Split the 2015 season with Low-A South Bend and High-A Myrtle Beach...Combined to post a.280 average ( ) with nine home runs, 35 RBI and 36 stolen bases in 106 games...named Midwest League Player of the Week on July 20...Named the Cubs Minor League Player of the Month for July...Batted.333 (32-96) with 19 runs scored, six homers, 15 RBI and nine stolen bases in 24 games...collected four hits on August 1 at Dayton (4-5, R)...Racked up four hits, scored three runs and drove in three more on August 28 vs. Great Lakes (4-5, 3 R, HR, 3 RBI)...Drove in a season-best four runs on August 31 at Bowling Green (2-5, 2 R, HR, 4 RBI)...Transferred to Myrtle Beach on September 2...Batted.308 (4-13) in four postseason games with the Pelicans. 2014: Spent the 2014 campaign between Short-Season Boise and Low-A Kane County...Racked up a.255 average (68-267) with 13 homers, 45 RBI and 17 steals in 69 games...named a Northwest League Mid-Season All-Star... Had a 20-game hitting streak (.356/31-for-87) from June 27-July Drove in a season-high four runs on July 8 vs. Hillsboro (2-4, 2 R, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, BB)...Collected three RBIs on July 1 at Tri-City (3-5, 2 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI) and July 5 vs. Eugene (2-5, 2 R, HR, 3 RBI)...Transferred to Kane County on July 23...Played the final 31 games of the season with the Cougars. MISCELLANEOUS: Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2011 DSL Cubs1 DSL rok CHC DSL Cubs2 DSL rok CHC DSL Cubs1 DSL rok CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Minor League Totals Yasiel Balaguert Full Name: Yasiel Balaguert (Gonzalez) Height: 6-2 Born: January 9, 1993 in La Habana, Cuba Weight: 215 Resides: Hialeah, FL Bats: Right School: N/A Throws: Right Signed: by Chicago (NL) as non-drafted free agent (Dec. 7, 2011) Acquired: as non-drafted free agent (Dec. 7, 2011) Pro Resume: 6th season; 6th with Cubs OF/1B OF FRONT OFFICE 2016: Named the Carolina Player of the Week three times: May 16-22, July July With Single-A Myrtle Beach he posted a.263 batting average through 135 games. He had 533 AB with 140 hits and 62 runs and 125 strikeouts. 2015: Named Midwest League Player of the Week: May on disabled list August 5-September 24 with a left hand fracture. With Single-A South Bend Balaguert posted a.271 batting average through 82 games. He had 317 AB with 86 hits and 34 runs and 54 strikeouts. 2014: Balaguert spent his 2014 campaign between Mesa rookie league and Single-A Kane County. At Mesa, Balaguert posted a.250 batting average through three games. He was then moved to Single-A Kane County where he posted a.252 batting average through 93 games. He had 369 AB with 45 Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2012 Mesa DSL rok CHC Peoria AZL afx CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Mesa NOR asx CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Daytona Cubs FSL afa CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afx CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 12

14 FRONT OFFICE Dave Berg Full Name: David Andrew Berg Height: 6-0 Born: Mar. 28, 1993 in Glendora, Calif. Weight: 190 Resides: Covina, Calif. Bats: Right School: UCLA Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (Sixth Round, 173rd Overall) Acquired: via 2015 Draft (Sixth Round, 173rd overall) Pro Resume: 3rd season; 3rd with Cubs RHP 2015: Split his first professional season between Short-Season Eugene and High-A Myrtle Beach...Tallied a 1-0 record, a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 3.1 IP) and one save in two relief appearances with the Emeralds...Recorded his first career save in his pro debut on June 30 vs. Tri-City (1.1 IP, 2 SO)... Transferred to High-A Myrtle Beach on July 4...Racked up a 1-1 record, a 1.69 ERA (3 ER in 16.0 IP) and four saves in 16 appearances with the Pelicans...Tallied a career-best three punch outs on August 4 vs. Wilmington (1.0 IP, H, 3 SO)...Picked up his first pro win on August 29 vs. Wilmington (2.0 IP, H, 2 BB, 2 SO)...Tallied a 2-0 clip, a 1.80 ERA (1 ER in 5.0 IP) in four relief appearances with Myrtle Beach in the playoffs. MISCELLANOUS: Was originally drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 17th round of the 2014 Draft, but did not sign...set a NCAA record with 175 appearances in his four years at UCLA...Tied for most career saves in Pac-12 history (49)...Owns the NCAA single-season record for saves (24), set in Tied the NCAA record for most appearances in a season (51) in Two-time Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year and NCBWA Stopper of the Year... Became the first player in history to win the NCBWA Stopper of the Year award twice...twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2015 Eugene Emeralds NOR asx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals David Bote Full Name: David C. Bote Height: 6-1 Born: April 7, 1993 in Longmont, CO Weight: 185 Resides: Thorton, CO Bats: Right School: Neosho County CC Throws: Right INF Drafted: By Chicago (NL) (Eighteenth round, 554th overall) Obtained: via 2012 draft (Eighteenth round, 554th overall) Pro Resume: 6th season; 6th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Named to the 2012 JUCO World Series All-Tournament team as a freshman... made the All-Conference team. 2016: Named Cubs Player of the Month for August after batting.367 with a.439 OBP. Bote spent most of his season Single-A Myrtle Beach posting a.337 batting average in 72 games. He had 376 AB with 93 hits and 55 runs and 41 strikeouts. Bote was then moved to Triple-A Iowa Cubs where he posted a.364 batting average in 12 games. He had 22 AB with 8 hits and four runs and five strikeouts. Bote ended the season with Tennessee where he posted a.200 batting average in seven games. He had 25 AB with five hits, one run, and six strikeouts. 2015: Bote spent the entire season with Single-A South Bend posting a.251 batting average in 98 games. He had 315 AB recording 79 hits with 46 runs and 60 strikeouts. 2014: Bote split time between three different teams during the 2014 season. His time with Iowa was the most impressive. He posted a.400 batting average in four games. He had 10 AB recording four hits with three runs and only one strikeout. Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2012 Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Daytona Cubs FSL afa CHC Kane County MID afx CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Kane County MID afx CHC Boise Hawks NOW asx CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC South Bend MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach CAR afa CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

15 Cael Brockmeyer Full Name: Cael Stewart Brockmeyer Height: 6-5 Born: Oct. 8, 1991 in Bakersfield, Calif. Weight: 235 Resides: Vineyard Haven, Mass. Bats: Right School: California State University-Bakersfield Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (16th Round, 468th Overall) Acquired: via 2013 draft (16th Round, 468th Overall) Pro Resume: 4th season; 4th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Invited to participate in the Arizona Fall League after the 2015 season...named a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star in Chosen as Midwest League Player of the Week on April 20, : Spent the season in three levels of the organization. 2015: Spent the campaign at four different levels: Low-A South Bend, High-A Myrtle Beach, Triple-A Iowa and Tennessee...Started the season at South Bend...Batted.274 (65-237) with five homers and 33 RBI in 63 games with the Cubs...Transferred to Myrtle Beach on June 29...Compiled a.217 average (26-120) with three long balls and 24 RBI in 36 games with the Pelicans...Transferred to Tennessee on July 4...Accumulated a.238 clip (10-21) with a home run and four RBI in seven games with the Smokies...Homered in his Double-A debut on July 5 at Birmingham (1-4, R, HR, RBI)... Transferred to Triple-A Iowa on July 10...Recorded a.125 mark (1-8) in five games with the I-Cubs...Transferred back to the Smokies on July 12 and returned to Iowa on July 16...Transferred to the Pelicans for the remainder of the season on July 20...Collected a career-high five runs batted in for Myrtle Beach on July 21 vs. Salem (2-4, 3 R, HR, 5 RBI). 2014: Spent the entire season with Low-A Kane County...Racked up a.297 average (76-256) with eight home runs and 43 RBI in 77 games with the Cougars...Tallied a season-best four hits and tied a season-high with four runs batted in, while hitting for the cycle on June 29 at Beloit (4-5, 3 R, 2B, 3B, HR, 4 RBI)...Drove in another four runs on July 18 at Lansing (3-4, R, HR, 4 RBI). MISCELLANEOUS: Was the first player in Cal-State Bakersfield program history to participate in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League after his sophomore season...played in 29 games with the Cotuit Kettleers...Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2013 Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC Minor League Totals Charcer Burks Full Name: Charcer Lanart Burks Height: 6-0 Born: Mar. 9, 1995 in Houston, Tex. Weight: 170 Resides: Houston, Tex. Bats: Right School: William B. Travis HS (Tex.) Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (Ninth Round, 258th Overall) Acquired: via 2013 draft (Ninth Round, 258th Overall) Pro Resume: 5th season; 5th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Named a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star in : Spent entire season with Low-A South Bend...Recorded a.257 clip ( ) with three home runs, 44 RBI and 28 stolen bases...set careerhighs in runs (63), hits (112), doubles (22), triples (four), home runs (three), RBI (44), walks (51) and steals (28)...Collected a season-best five RBI on May 16 at Great Lakes (2-5, R, 2B, 5 RBI)...Had one stint on the DL from July 30 to August : Split the campaign between Rookie Mesa and Short-Season Boise...Started the year in the Arizona League...In 20 games, batted.308 (20-65) with one homer and ten runs batted in...collected four hits and four RBI on June 22 at AZL Diamondbacks (4-6, 3 R, 2B, 4 RBI)...Transferred to Boise on July 24...Smacked his first career home runs on June 26 vs. AZL Athletics (1-3, R, HR, RBI)...Hit.313 (40-128) with no long balls and 20 RBI in 37 contest with the Hawks...Tallied three hits and three runs batted in on August 27 vs. Everett (3-5, 2 R, 3 RBI). MISCELLANEOUS: Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2013 AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans Car afa CHC Minor League Totals OF C FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 14

16 FRONT OFFICE Roberto Caro Full Name: Roberto Caro Height: 6-0 Born: Sept. 25, 1993 in San Cristobal, D.R. Weight: 185 Resides: San Cristobal, D.R. Bats: Switch School: N/A Throws: Right Signed: as non-drafted free agent on Dec. 2, 2011 Acquired: signed as non-drafted free agent (Dec. 2, 2011) Pro Resume: 6th season; 6th with Cubs 2016: Caro spent the entire 2016 season with the South Bend Cubs, hitting.231 in 59 games. 2015: Caro bounced around in 2015, playing five games with the Iowa Cubs and 31 games with the AZL Cubs. Between the two teams, Caro hit.243 and drove in nine runs. 2014: Spent the season with the DSL Cubs1, playing in 66 games. Caro hit.289 over the course of 246 at-bats. Was named an All-Star. OF : Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2012 DSL Cubs 2 DSL rok CHC DSl Cubs 1 DSL rok CHC DSL Cubs DSL rok CHC DSL Cubs DSL rok CHC Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Minor League Totals Erick Castillo Full Name: Erick Jose Castillo Height: 5-11 Born: Feb. 25, 1993 in Portuguesa, VN Weight: 178 Resides: Portugeso, VN Bats: Switch School: N/A Throws: Right Signed: as non-drafted free agent on Nov. 16, 2010 Acquired: signed as non-drafted free agent (Nov. 16, 2010) Pro Resume: 6th season; 6th with Cubs 2016: Castillo spent time between the South Bend Cubs and the Myrtle Beach Pelicans during his 2016 campaign. He spent most of the year with Single-A Myrtle Beach where he posted a.185 batting average in 43 games. He had 151 AB recording 28 hits with 17 runs and 29 strikeouts. 2015: Castillo spent most of his season in 2015 with the Single-A South Bend Cubs. Castillo posted a.222 batting average in 40 games. He had 135 AB with 9 runs and 18 strikeouts. He started the season with the Tennessee Smokies after playing in only two games and recording a.000 batting average. 2014: Castillo spent his 2014 campaign with Single-A Boise and Rookie league Mesa. In his rookie league campaign he posted a.264 batting average in 17 games. He had 53 AB with 14 hits and five strikeouts. Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2012 DSL Cubs 2 DSL rok CHC Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR afx CHC Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Minor League Totals C TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

17 Trevor Clifton Full Name: Trevor Blaine Clifton Height: 6-1 Born: May 11, 1995 in Maryville, TN Weight: 170 Resides: Bats: Right School: Heritage High School Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (12th Round, 348th Overall) Acquired: via 2013 draft (12th Round, 348th Overall) Pro Resume: 5th season; 5th with Cubs * Ranked the 7th best prospect in the Cubs orginization by MLB.com, 8th by Baseball America HIGHLIGHTS: - Coming off his best year in the minors, being named the Carolina League Pitcher of the Year. RHP - In 23 starts with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Clifton went 7-7 with 129 strikeouts and a league-low 2.72 earned run average. His WHIP of 1.16 was the best in the Carolina League and his punch out total was third highest. - He saved his best for last. August was Clifton s best month, earning a 2-0 record and an ERA of 0.85 in five starts. - Was named the Cubs Minor League Pitcher of the year, Cubs Minor League Pitcher of the Month in May and August, and a Carolina League midseason and postseason All-Star. Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GSS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 2013 Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise NOR SS CHC South Bend MID A- CHC Myrtle Beach CAR A+ CHC Minor League Totals FRONT OFFICE Gerardo Concepcion Full Name: Gerardo Concepcion Height: 6-2 Born: Feb. 29, 1992 in Havana, Cuba Weight: 200 Resides: Miami, Fla. Bats: Left School: N/A Throws: Left LHP Signed: as non-drafted free agent on Mar. 11, 2012 Acquired: signed as non-drafted free agent (Mar. 11, 2012) Pro Resume: 6th season; 6th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Invited to participate in the Arizona Fall League after the 2014 season. 2015: Started the campaign with High-A Myrtle Beach...Compiled a 0-2 record, a 2.55 ERA (5 ER in 12.2 IP) and one save in seven relief apperances...recorded the save on April 29 at Wilmington (2.0 IP, H, 2 BB, SO)...Struck out six on May 2 at Lynchburg (2.0 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 6 SO)... Transferred to Tennessee on May 6...Tallied a 0-1 clip and a 8.24 ERA (29 ER in 31.2 IP) in 31 outings. 2014: Split the season between Low-A Kane County and High-A Daytona...Accumulated a 2-2 record and a 3.89 ERA (18 ER in 41.2 IP) in 19 appearances with the Cougars...Tossed 4.1 shutout innings on April 26 vs. Wisconsin (4.1 IP, 4 H, SO)...Picked up the win and struck out a season-best five on May 9 at Burlington (2.1 IP, H, 5 SO)...Spent time on the DL from May 21 until June 30...Made two rehab appearances with Rookie Mesa...Did not factor in any decisions and tallied a 6.75 ERA (2 ER in 2.2 IP)...Transferred to Daytona on July 29...Racked up a 2-0 clip, a 1.17 ERA (2 ER in 15.1 IP) and one save in nine outings...recorded his first career save on August 31 vs. Tampa (1.0 IP, H). MISCELLANEOUS: In 2010 and 2011, played for Industriales de La Habana in the Cuban National Series before signing with the Cubs...Named CNS Rookie of the Year in 2011 after posting a 10-3 record with a 3.36 ERA in 21 games (16 starts)...twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2012 Peoria Chiefs MID afx CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Daytona Cubs FSL afa CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC Chicago Cubs NL MLB CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 16

18 FRONT OFFICE Daniel Corcino Full Name: Daniel Corcino Height: 5-11 Born: Aug. 26, 1990 in Azua, D.R. Weight: 210 Resides: Azua, D.R. Bats: Right School: N/A Throws: Right Signed: as non-drafted free agent on Dec. 20, 2016 Acquired: signed as non-drafted free agent (Dec. 20, 2016) Pro Resume: 9th season; 1st with Cubs 2016: Started the year on Double-A Tulsa s D.L with a right elbow injury... activated in June and apeared in three games with Single-A Rancho Cucamongo before finishing the campaign with Tulsa. RHP 2015: Appeared in just four games between Double-A Pensacola and Double-A Tulsa before being placed on the disabled list, May 22, with right elbow inflammation... missed the rest of the season. 2014: Made his major league debut with the Reds, posting a 4.34 ERA (9 ER/18.2 IP) in five games, including threee starts. 2013: In his first season at the Triple-A level, he went 7-14 with a 5.86 ERA in 28 outings (23 starts) with Louisville. 2012: Spent the entire seasn with Double-A Pensacola, going 8-8 with a 3.01 ERA (48 ER/143.1 IP) in 26 games, all as a starter... was named a midseason Southern League All-Star, his second straight season with an All-Star nod. 2011: Won a career-high 11 games with Single-A Dayton, posting a 3.42 ERA (53 ER/139.1 IP) in 26 starts... struck out a career-best 156 batters... was named a Baseball America Single-A All-Star and a Midwest League All-Star, his first All-Star selection. Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2012 AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Minor League Totals Andrew Ely Full Name: Andrew Ely Height: 5-11 Born: Jan. 23, 1993 in San Jose, CA Weight: 180 Resides: Eagle, ID Bats: Left School: University of Washington Throws: Right INF Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (32nd Round, 1,064th Overall) Acquired: via 2014 draft (32nd Round, 1,064th Overall) Pro Resume: 4th season; 4th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Named All-Pac 12, All-Pac 12 Defensive and Second-Team All Pac 12 Academic in his 26 sac bunts led the nation and his.993 fielding percentage led the Pac : Made the All-Star team as a member of the South Bend Cubs hitting.295 to go along with three home runs. Also played in 60 games with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 2015: Spent 42 games with the South Bend Cubs and 37 games with the Eugene Emeralds. In 79 games between the two teams, Ely hit.247 along with three home runs. 2014: Ely started off in AAA with the Iowa Cubs, playing in nine games and hitting.229. He then spent time with the AZL Cubs, hitting.326 in 25 games. Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2014 Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Eugene Emeralds NWL afx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

19 Zach Hedges Full Name: Zachary James Hedges Height: 6-4 Born: Oct. 21, 1992 in Anaheim, CA Weight: 195 Resides:Glendora, CA Bats: Right School: Azusa Pacific University Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (26th Round, 769th Overall) Acquired: via 2014 draft (26th round, 769th Overall) Pro Resume: 4th season; 4th with Cubs 2016: Named a Carolina League mid-season All-Star, posting a 2.89 ERA in 16 starts with Single-A Myrlte Beach Pelicans. Hedges was moved up to AA Tennessee Smokies where he played in 8 games posting a 2.47 ERA. RHP 2015: Hedges spent his 2015 campaign with Single-A South Bend where he played in 23 games posting a record of 8-8. Hedges posted a 4.16 ERA with innnings pitched with 133 hits and 9 home runs. He struck out 80 in his timee with the South Bend Cubs. 2014:Hedges spent the 2014 season as a rooking with the Mesa Cubs. He played in 12 games posting a 1.37 ERA. Hedges pitched 19.2 innings as a rooking allowing 18 hits with 6 runs and 3 earned runs. He struck out 23 in his 2014 season. FRONT OFFICE Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2014 Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals Brad Markey Full Name: Bradley Stephen Markey Height: 5-10 Born: Mar. 3, 1992 in Baltimore, Md. Weight: 185 Resides: Bel Air, Md. Bats: Right School: Virginia Tech University Throws: Right RHP Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (19th Round, 559th Overall) Acquired: via 2011 draft (19th Round, 559th Overall) Pro Resume: 4th season; 4th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Tabbed as the Cubs Minor League Pitcher of the Month for July Named Carolina League Pitcher of the Week on September 7, : Named a Southern League mid-season All-Star, posting a 2.41 ERA before the break. 2015: Split the year between Low-A South Bend and High-A Myrtle Beach...Started the season with South Bend...Did not factor into any decisions, but posted a 2.48 ERA (8 ER in 29.0 IP) with two saves in 12 appearances (one start) with the Cubs...Transferred to Myrtle Beach on July 5...Moved into the rotation and racked up a spotless 7-0 record with a 1.15 ERA (7 ER in 55.0 IP) in nine games (eight starts) with the Pelicans...Tossed seven shutout frames and struck out a career-best ten batters in a win vs. Carolina on July 26 (7.0 IP, 3 H, BB, 10 SO)...Named Cubs Minor League Pitcher of the Month for July after going 3-0 with a 1.26 ERA in five games...picked up the victory after seven scoreless innings on September 4 at Wilmington (7.0 IP, 3 H, 6 SO)...Recorded the victory in his lone postseason start, throwing eight frames on September 10 vs. Winston-Salem (8.0 IP, H, R, 0 ER, BB, 8 SO). 2014: Spent a majority of the season with Short-Season Boise after starting the year with Rookie Mesa...Made two appearances in the Arizona League allowing one run over two innings...transferred to Boise on July 2...Posted a 1-1 record with a 3.00 ERA (9 ER in 27.0 IP) and two saves in 13 relief apperances with the Hawks...Recorded his first professional save on July 26 at Everett (2.0 IP, 3 BB, SO)...Picked up his first pro win on August 11 vs. Eugene (2.0 IP, 2 H, R, ER, 2 SO). MISCELLANEOUS: Selected in the 35th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the New York Mets, but did not sign...started his collegiate career at Georgia Tech in 2011 and Santa Fe College (Fla.) in 2012 before transferring to Virginia Tech...Named a Louisville Slugger First Team All-American and the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year following his senior year at C. Milton Wright High School (Md.)...Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2014 AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 18

20 FRONT OFFICE Trey Martin Full Name: Darien Daronthea Martin Height: 6-2 Born: Dec. 11, 1992 in Atlanta, GA Weight: 188 Resides: Snellville,GA Bats: Right School: Brookwood HS Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (13th Round, 399th Overall) Acquired: via 2011 draft (13th Round, 339th Overall) Pro Resume: 7th season; 7th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Led Brookwood High School to Georgia State Championship in : Spent time with both the Tennessee Smokies and the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Hit.186 with the Smokies in 68 games and.233 in 29 games with the Pelicans. 2015: Won an MILB Gold Glove Award while playing for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Hit. 239 in 90 games with the Pelicans before playing in 16 games with the South Bend Cubs. 2014: Spent the entire season with the Kane Country Cougars where he hit.247 and stole 29 bases. OF Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2011 Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Kane County MID afx CHC Kane County MID afx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals Ryan McNeil Full Name: Ryan Tyler McNeil Height: 6-3 Born: Feb. 1, 1994 in Santa Barbara, CA Weight: 210 Resides: Nipomo, CA Bats: Right School: Nipomo HS Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (Third Round, 134th Overall) Acquired: via 2012 draft (Third Round, 134th Overall) Pro Resume: 3rd season; 3rd with Cubs RHP HONORS & AWARDS: Was a participant in the Area Code Games in Long Beach and the Perfect Game All-American in San Diego while in High School... became the first San Luis Obispo County High School player to be drafted in the first four rounds since had signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Long Beach State prior to signing with the Cubs. 2016: Was a MILB.com organization All-Star for the Chicago Cubs after picking up 22 saves with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 2015: Pitched in 32 games for the South Bend Cubs, going 3-3 with a 2.80 ERA. Picked up two saves. 2014: Appeared in eight games with the Boise Hawks, going 0-5 with an 8.44 ERA. Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2012 Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Did Not Play -- Injured 2014 Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afx CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

21 Jacob Hannemann Full Name: Jacob Howard Hannemann Height: 6-1 Born: April 11, 1991 in Kahuku, HI Weight: 205 Resides: Orem, UT Bats: Left School: Brigham Young Throws: Left Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (Third Round, 75th Overall) Acquired: via 2013 draft (Third Round, 75th Overall) Pro Resume: 4th season; 4th with Cubs 2016: Jacob spent the year at Double-A Tennessee, but his season was cut short due to an injured ligament in his right thumb. He batted.247 and stole a team-leading 26 bases. 2015: After a torrid start with Single-A Myrtle Beach, Jacob reached Double-A for the first time in his career. He led Tennessee with nine triples and 17 steals. 2014: Led the Cubs farm system with 37 stolen bases, and was caught seven times, in 124 games between Single-A Kane County and Single-A Daytona. OF FRONT OFFICE Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2013 Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Cubs NOR afx CHC Daytona Cubs FLA afx CHC Kane County Cubs MID afx CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals Andury Acevedo Full Name: Andury Junior Acevedo Height: 6-4 Born: Aug. 23rd, 1990 in Santo Domingo, DR Weight: 235 Resides: Bronx, NY Bats: Right School: N/A Throws: Right RHP Signed: as a free agent on Nov. 19, 2015 Acquired: signed as a free agent (Nov. 19, 2015) Pro Resume: 5th season; 1st with Cubs 2016: Andury made just six relief appearances with Double-A Tennessee before suffering a seasonending torn ACL. 2015: Set a career high in innings pitched (59.0) and ERA (2.59) as he pitched in three levels of the Yankees organization. 2014: Combined to go 4-4 with one save and a 4.05 ERA in 32 games as a reliever with Single-A Charleston. Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2012 GCL Yankees AZL rok NYY Staten Island NYP asx NYY Charleston SAL asx NYY Staten Island NYP asx NYY Scranton INT aaa NYY Trenton EAS aaz NYY Tampa FLA afx NYY TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aaz CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 20

22 FRONT OFFICE Carlos Penalver Full Name: Carlos Eduardo Penalver Height: 6-0 Born: May 17, 1994 in Aragua, Venezuela Weight: 170 Resides: Aragua, Venezuela Bats: Right College: N/A Throws: Right Signed: as non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2010 Acquired: as non-drafted free agent (July 2, 2010) Pro Resume: 7th season; 7th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Named a Northwest League Mid-Season All-Star in PROSPECT RANKINGS: Considered the Best Defensive Infielder in the Cubs organization by Baseball America prior the 2016 campaign. INF 2015: Spent the majority of the year with High-A Myrtle Beach...Posted a.197 average (75-381) with two home runs and 42 RBI in 114 games with the Pelicans...Transferred to Tennessee on September 2...Compiled a.364 mark (4-11) with a home run and three runs batted in over three contests with the Smokies...Homered in his Double-A debut on September 3 at Biloxi (2-4, 2 R, HR, 2 RBI, BB). 2014: Played the entire season with Low-A Kane County...Accumulated a.211 average ( ) with one home run and 40 RBI in 128 games with the Cougars...Went 3-for-3 with a run batted in and two steals on April 3 at Quad Cities (3-3, R, RBI, BB, 2 SB)...Cranked his only regular season home run of the year on May 31 at Peoria (1-4, R, HR, RBI)...Tallied a.308 clip (8-26) with a home run and five RBI in seven postseason games en route to a Midwest League title. Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2011 DSL Cubs2 DSL rok CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals Stephen Perakslis Full Name: Stephen Paul Perakslis Height: 6-1 Born: Jan. 15, 1991 in Stoughton, Mass. Weight: 185 Resides: Abington, Mass. Bats: Right School: University of Maine - Orono Throws: Right RHP Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (21st Round, 644th Overall) Acquired: via 2012 draft (21st Round, 644th Overall) Pro Resume: 6th season; 6th with Cubs 2015: Pitched the whole year with Tennessee...Compiled a 2-2 record and a 4.22 ERA (10 ER in 21.1 IP) in 14 relief apperances with the Smokies... Picked up the victory on April 12 at Mississippi (1.2 IP, H, BB)...Recorded the win on April 28 vs. Chattanooga (1.0 IP, 2 SO)...Tossed three shutout and hitless innings on May 4 at Birmingham (3.0 IP, 3 SO)...Placed on the Disabled List on May 19 and activated on May 27...Put back on the DL for the remainder of the campaign on June : Spent entire campaign with High-A Daytona...Owned a 5-0 record and 3.93 ERA (30 ER in 68.2 IP) in 35 appearances for the D-Cubs...Finished second on the team in games, in addition to innings pitched among all relievers (68.2)...Was a perfect three-for-three in save opportunities...earned first victory of the season with three scoreless innings on May 4 vs. Lakeland (3.0 IP, 2 H, 3 SO)...Notched first save of year with 1.2 shutout frames on June 3 at St. Lucie (1.2 IP, 1 H, 1 BB, 1 SO)...Notched a two-inning save on July 26 vs. St. Lucie and did not allow a baserunner (2.0 IP, 3 SO)... Combined for 13.1 shutout frames in his five wins, yielding five hits while fanning ten opposing hitters...combined for a 4-0 record with two saves and 1.71 ERA (6 ER in 31.2 IP) in final 14 appearances of season through July and August. 2013: Pitched all season for Low-A Kane County...Recorded a 4-6 mark and 2.93 ERA (19 ER in 58.1 IP) in 37 appearances for the Cougars... Successfully converted each of his seven save chances...led the club in appearances (37)...Allowed a lone earned run in 15 total road outings (0.45 ERA)...Talled a 1.35 ERA (4 ER in 26.2 IP) in 14 appearances in the months of May and June. MISCELLANEOUS: Earned America East Conference Second Team honors in back-to-back seasons with Maine in Graduated from Abington High School (Mass.)...Won Division 3 State Championship with Abington HS in Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2012 AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Peoria Chiefs MID afx CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Daytona Cubs FSL afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Iowa Cubs PCL aaa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

23 David Garner Full Name: David Lewis Garner Height: 6-1 Born: Sept. 21, 1992 in Niles, Mich. Weight: 180 Resides: Niles, Mich. Bats: Right School: Michigan State University Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (Seventh Round, 198th Overall) Acquired: via 2013 draft (Seventh Round, 198th Overall) Pro Resume: 5th season; 5th with Cubs RHP 2016: Spent the entire season with Double-A Tennessee, finishing the year with a 1-6 record in 43 apperances. 2015: Spli time between Single-A squads South Bend and Myrtle Beach. Finished the campaign with a 4-1 record and a 3.72 ERA in 32 games of relief. 2014: Garner again split time with Single-A Kane County and Boise. Posted a 3.82 ERA in 22 combined starts. Finished with a 2-1 record over the season. FRONT OFFICE College: Ranked sixth in Michigan State University history with 192 strikeouts. Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2013 Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Boise Cubs FSL afa CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals Daury Torrez Full Name: Daury DeJesus Torrez Height: 6-3 Born: June 11, 1993 in Esperanza, D.R. Weight: 170 Resides: Esperanza, D.R. Bats: Right School: N/A Throws: Right RHP Signed: by Chicago (NL) as non-drafted free agent (Dec. 22, 2010) Acquired: as non-drafted free agent (Dec. 22, 2010) Pro Resume: 6th season; 6th with Cubs HONORS & AWARDS: Selected as the Midwest League Pitcher of the Week on June 30, PROSPECT RANKINGS: Tabbed the 30th-best prospect in the Cubs organization by Baseball America prior to the 2015 campaign. 2015: Spent the whole season with High-A Myrtle Beach...Tallied a 10-6 record and a 3.75 ERA (56 ER in IP) in 24 appearances (23 starts) for the Pelicans...Led the team in wins (ten), starts (23) and innings pitched (134.1 IP)...Set a career-high in innings pitched and strikeouts (86)... Tossed seven shutout innings in a win vs. Winston-Salem on April 23 (7.0 IP, 4 H, SO)...Pitched a seven-inning, complete game shutout on July 5 at Carolina (7.0 IP, 3 H, 6 SO)...Placed on the Disabled List on August 28 and activated on September 6...Tossed two innings of relief in one postseason appearance en route to Myrtle Beach s Carolina League Championship. 2014: Pitchde the entire year with Low-A Kane County...Compiled a 11-7 mark with a 2.74 ERA (40 ER in 131. IP) over 23 starts for the Cougars... Led the squad in innings pitched (131.1) and was tied for the team lead in wins (11)...Posted a career-best in wins...allowed a run over eight innings in a victory at Dayton on April 17 (8.0 IP, 2 H, R, ER, BB, 4 SO)...Threw a five-inning, complete game shutout on June 19 vs. Cedar Rapids (5.0 IP, 3 H, SO)...Tossed eight scoreless frames in a vicory vs. Wisconsin on June 26 (8.0 IP, 5 H, 7 SO)...Named Midwest League Pitcher of the Week on June 30...Accumulated a 1-0 record with a 1.80 ERA (2 ER in 10.0 IP) over two postseason starts for Kane County en route to the team s Midwest League title. MISCELLANEOUS: Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2011 DSL Cubs2 DSL rok CHC DSL Cubs2 DSL rok CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 22

24 FRONT OFFICE Jen-Ho Tseng Full Name: Jen-Ho Tseng Height: 6-1 Born: Oct. 3, 1994 in Taipei, Taiwan Weight: 210 Resides: Kaohsiung, Taiwan Bats: Left School: N/A Throws: Right Signed: by Chicago (NL) as non-drafted free agent on July 25, 2013 Acquired: as non-drafted free agent (July 25, 2013) Pro Resume: 3rd season; 3rd with Cubs RHP HONORS & AWARDS: Honored as Chicago Cubs Minor League Pitcher of the Year following the 2014 campaign...named an MiLB.com Organization All-Star after the 2014 season. PROSPECT RANKINGS: Tabbed as the 20th-best farmhand in the Cubs organization by Baseball America prior to the 2016 campaign...considered to have the Best Changeup in the system by the same publication...rated by Baseball America as the No. 11 Cubs prospect before the 2015 season... Recognized by same publication as having the Best Changeup and Best Control among all Cubs farmhands. 2015: Spent the whole campaign with High-A Myrtle Beach...Racked up a 7-7 record and a 3.55 ERA (47 ER in IP) in 22 starts for the Pelicans... Led the team in strikeouts (87)...Threw six scoreless frames in a victory vs. Potomac on May 25 (6.0 IP, 2 H, 6 SO)...Allowed one run over a careerhigh eight innings in a loss vs. Winston-Salem on July 9 (8.0 IP, 2 H, R, ER, 5 SO)...Struck out a career-high nine in a win vs. Winston-Salem on August 25 (7.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, BB, 9 SO)...Compiled a 5-3 record with a 2.78 ERA (21 ER in 68.0 IP) in 11 second half starts after posting a 2-4 mark and a 4.59 ERA (26 ER in 51.0 IP) in 11 starts during the season s first half. 2014: Pitched the entire season for Low-A Kane County...Recorded a 6-1 mark and 2.40 ERA (28 ER in IP) in 19 games (17 starts) for the Cougars...Finished second on the team in strikeouts (85)...Helped Kane County achieve the best record in the Minor Leagues, along with a Midwest League Championship...Led circuit in the postseason in wins (two), innings pitched (11.0) and strikeouts (12)...Earned victories in three straight starts between July Earned the win with seven-inning complete game on July 13 vs. Beloit (7.0 IP, 3 H, R, ER, 7 SO)...Fired six shutout innings of one-hit ball in a win on July 18 at Lansing (6.0 IP, H, BB, 3 SO)...Posted a 3-1 record and 1.66 ERA (10 ER in 54.2 IP) over final nine regular season outings (seven starts)...named the Cubs Minor League Pitcher of the Year following the conclusion of the season. MISCELLANEOUS: Hails from the same hometown as Smokies OF Pin-Chieh Chen. Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2014 Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aax CHC Minor League Totals Duane Underwood Jr. Full Name: Duane Lee Underwood Jr. Height: 6-2 Born: July 20, 1994 in Raleigh, N.C. Weight: 210 Resides: St. Petersburg, Fla. Bats: Right School: Alan C. Pope H.S. (Ga.) Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (Second Round, 67th Overall) Acquired: via 2012 draft (Second Round, 67th Overall) Pro Resume: 5th season; 5th with Cubs RHP HONORS & AWARDS: Invited to participate in Cubs Spring Training as a non-roster invitee prior to the 2016 season...tabbed as a Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star in Selected as Midwest League Pitcher of the Week on July 7, PROSPECT RANKINGS: Considered the fourth-best prospect in the Cubs organization prior to the 2016 season by Baseball America...Ranked the No. 77 prospect in Major League Baseball before the 2016 campaign by MLB.com...Ranked the tenth-best farmhand in the Cubs system prior to the 2015 season by Baseball America...Tabbed as the No. 17 prospect in the Cubs organization before the 2013 season by Baseball America. 2015: Spent a majority of the season with High-A Myrtle Beach...Accumulated a 6-3 record with a 2.58 ERA (21 ER in 73.1 IP) in 14 starts for the Pelicans...Named a Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star...Threw seven scoreless innings in a win at Winston-Salem on June 16 (7.0 IP, 2 H, BB, 4 SO)... Placed on the Disabled List on June 28 and activated on August 28...Tossed five spotless innings in two rehab starts with Rookie Mesa...A member of the Pelicans Carolina League Champonship team. 2014: Pitched the entire season for Low-A Kane County...Compiled a 6-4 mark with a 2.50 ERA (28 ER in IP) in 22 appearances (21 starts) for the Cougars...Named Midwest League Pitcher of the Week on July 7...Threw six scoreless frames of three-hit ball on July 17 at Lansing (6.0 IP, 3 H, BB, 3 SO)...Tossed six shutout innings in a win at Clinton on July 5 (6.0 IP, 3 H, 6 SO)...Punched out a season-best eight batters in a win on July 11 vs. Beloit (6.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 8 SO)...Posted a 1-0 record with a 2.79 ERA (3 ER in 9.2 IP) in two postseason starts for the Cougars en route to the Midwest League title. MISCELLANEOUS: Committed to the University of Georgia before signing with the Chicago Cubs...Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG W-L PCT ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP GIDP AVG 2012 AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC Kane County Cougars MID afx CHC AZL Cubs AZL rok CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC Mesa Cubs AZL rok CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa CHC TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aaz CHC Minor League Totals TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

25 Jason Vosler Full Name: Jason Glenn Vosler Height: 6-2 Born: Sept. 6, 1993 in West Nyack, N.Y. Weight: 205 Resides: West Nyack, N.Y. Bats: Left School: Northeastern University Throws: Right Drafted: by Chicago (NL) (16th Round, 469th Overall) Acquired: via 2014 draft (16th Round, 469th Overall) Pro Resume: 3rd season; 3rd with Cubs INF 2015: Started his first full professional season with Low-A South Bend...Tallied a.235 average (60-255) with four home runs and 20 RBI in 69 games for the Cubs...Tallied a season-high three hits on April 12 at Dayton (3-5, 2 R, SO)...Transferred to High-A Myrtle Beach on July 21...Racked up a.244 clip (31-127) with six homers and 20 RBI over 38 contests for the Pelicans...Drove in three runs on July 27 vs. Carolina (1-3, R, HR, 3 RBI)...Cranked a pair of home runs on July 28 vs. Potomac (2-3, 2 R, 2 HR, 3 RBI)...A member of Myrtle Beach s Carolina League Championship team. 2014: Played his first pro season with Short-Season Boise...Accumulated a.266 average (25-94) with a home run and 11 RBI in 30 games for the Hawks...Picked up three hits, including his first pro home run, on July 14 vs. Spokane (3-4, R, HR, 2 RBI)...Drove in his first career run in his pro debut on July 5 vs. Eugene (1-4, R, RBI, BB)...Batted.346 (18-52) with a homer and ten runs batted in in 14 games during the season s first half...hit.167 (7-42) with a RBI over 16 contests in the second half. MISCELLANEOUS: Named CAA Rookie of the Year in Twitter handle Year Team League Level ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP 2014 Boise Hawks NOR asx CHC South Bend Cubs MID afx CHC Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa Myrtle Beach Pelicans CAR afa TENNESSEE SMOKIES SOU aaz CHC Minor League Totals FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 24

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27 FRONT OFFICE 2551 Roswell Rd. Suite 330 Marietta, GA President... Lori Webb Vice President...Steve DeSalvo Media Relations... John Harris Phone... (770) Fax... (770) NORTH DIVISION Bimingham Barons Regions Field P.O. Box 877 Birmingham, AL (205) SOUTH DIVISION Biloxi Shuckers MGM Stadium 875 Beach Blvd. Biloxi, MS (228) Affiliate of the Chicago White Sox - Chattanooga Lookouts AT&T Field 201 Power Alley Chattanooga, TN (423) Affiliate of the Minnesota Twins - Jackson Generals The Ballpark at Jackson 4 Fun Place Jackson, TN (731) Affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks - - Affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers - Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville 301 A. Phillip Randolph Blvd Jacksonville, FL Affiliate of the Miami Marlins - Mississippi Braves Trustmark Park 1 Braves Way Pearl, MS (601) Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves - Montgomery Biscuits Riverwalk Stadium 200 Coosa St. Montgomery, AL (334) Affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays - Mobile BayBears Hank Aaron Stadium 755 Bolling Bros. Blvd Mobile, AL (251) Affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels - Tennessee Smokies Smokies Stadium 3540 Line Drive Kodak, TN (865) Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs - Pensacola Blue Wahoos Pensacola Bayfront Stadium 351 W. Cedar St. Pensacola, FL (850) Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

28 PLAYOFF PROCEDURES & MILEAGE CHART Rule Division Champions (a) First Half - Second Half Winners The club which wins a greater percentage of overall games at the end of the first half of the split season of the adopted schedule shall be declared the first half division winner. The club which wins a greater percentage of overall games from the second half of the split season of the adopted schedule shall be declared the second half division winner. (b) Ties for Division Winner In case of a tie for division winner in the first half, the first time the two teams meet in the second half, the winner of Game 1 of that series will be declared the first half division winner. Although the home team may advertise this game as the first half division play-off game, this game will be counted in the second half standings and all statistics will be included for that championship season, making it unnecessary to play a doubleheader on the second day of the series. In case of a tie for division winner in the second half, a one game play-off shall be played the day following the end of the regular season. The winner of this play-off game shall be declared the second half division winner. The site of this game shall be determined by a flip of a coin by the League President; or if mileage constraints must be considered, the League President shall have the discretion to decide where the one game play-off shall be held. In the event of a one game play-off for the second half divisional crown, the home club shall pay the visiting club... and the home club shall be entitled to all revenue from such game. In case of rain, the game shall be played the following day. Any games played to break a divisional tie shall be included in the statistics for that championship season, except that the game result shall not be included as part of the winning and losing records of the participating clubs. (c) Three-way Tie In case of a three-way tie, in head-to-head competition, the combined record (at the end of the half in question) for each team against the other two opponents will be the most important consideration. The team with the best winning percentage will automatically be designated as one of the competitors. Whoever has the lowest percentage of win/lose will be eliminated. If both remaining teams are tied, in head-to-head competition, the combined record for each team against the other divisional opponents will be considered. Whoever has the lowest percentage of win/lose will be eliminated. If both teams remain tied, best record for last 35 games of half, if needed, is first considered; then the best record for the last 20 games of half is considered; and if still needed, best record for last 10 games of half is considered. After one of the two teams is eliminated, we follow the existing rule to determine the champion in which the two remaining clubs will have a one game play-off game to determine that half s winner. (d) Division Play-Offs The first and second half winners in each division shall meet in a best 3 out of 5 series on the day following the determination of both first and second half winners or as otherwise established by the League President. The first half winners shall host the first two games of the series while the second half winners shall host Game 3 and Games 4 and 5, if necessary. Unless otherwise agreed to by the participating clubs and League President, a team winning both halves of the split season shall play the first two games of the division play-offs in its home park, the third game in the park of the runner-up club, and the remaining two games, if necessary, in its home park. The runner-up club, which shall be the opponent if a club wins both halves, shall be defined as the divisional club with the second best overall record for the entire season. For each divisional play-off game, the home club, at the conclusion of each home series, shall submit to the League Office a report form giving a full statement of attendance for all play-off games.... In case of rain, the games shall be played the day following the scheduled game date. Winners of the division play-offs shall be declared division champions. All the above-mentioned divisional play-off games shall be scheduled for nine innings, shall not count in the official standings, and individual records of these games shall not be included in the official statistics of the League. Rule League Champions The division champions shall compete in a best 3 out of 5 Championship Series, the winner of which shall be declared League champion. The North division champion will host the first two games in even years, the South division champion in odd years, with the next three games, if necessary, to be played on the home ground of the other division winner unless otherwise mutually agreed to by the competing clubs and the League President. In case of a conflict, sites of the games shall be decided by mutual consent of the competing clubs, with approval of the League President. MILEAGE CHART TEAM BIR BLX CHA JXN JAX MIS MOB MTG PNS TNS Birmingham X Biloxi 315 X Chattanooga X Jackson X Jacksonville X Mississippi X Mobile X Montgomery X Pensacola X 524 TENNESSEE X FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 27

29 FRONT OFFICE BILOXI SHUCKERS 105 Caillavet Street Biloxi, MS Phone: (228) Fax: Parent Club (Since)...Milwaukee Brewers (1999, as HVL) Years in Southern League Present Division...South League Titles... None Last League Title... Never 2016 First Half Record (.565), 2nd 2016 Second Half Record (.471), 5th 2016 Overall Record (.518), 3rd All-Time League Record (.543) President...Ken Young General Manager...Chuck Arnold Broadcaster/Media Relations... Chris Harris Manager... Mike Guerrero Pitching Coach... Chris Hook Hitting Coach... Sandy Guerrero Trainer... Steve Patera Stadium (Capacity)... MGM Park (6,000) Opened Dimensions Home Series... May Road Series... Aug Smokies vs. Biloxi Smokies vs. Biloxi (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Biloxi (Home) Smokies vs. Biloxi (Road) MILWAUKEE BREWERS TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Lewis Brinson, OF 55 / Medium 2. Corey Ray, OF 55 / High 3. Josh Hader, LHP 55 / Extreme 4. Luis Ortiz, RHP 55 / High 5. Isan Diaz, SS/2B 55 / Extreme 6. Trent Clark, OF 50 / Extreme 7. Lucas Erceg, 3B 50 / High 8. Brandon Woodruff, RHP 50 / High 9. Mauricio Dubon, SS/2B 50 / High 10. Brett Phillips, OF 50 / High 11. Marcos Diplan, RHP 50 / Extreme 12. Phil Bickford, RHP 50 / Low 13. Jorge Lopez, RHP 50 / Extreme 14. Jacob Nottingham, C/1B 50 / Extreme 15. Cody Ponce, RHP 50 / Extreme 16. Ryan Cordell, OF 50 / Extreme 17. Gilbert Lara, SS 45 / Medium 18. Kodi Medeiros, LHP 45 / Extreme 19. Freddy Peralta, RHP 45 / Medium 20. Corbin Burnes, RHP 45 / High 21. Josh Pennington, RHP 45 / Medium 22. Monte Harrison, OF 45 / Extreme 23. Mario Feliciano, C 45 / Medium 24. Demi Orimoloye, OF 45 / High 25. Jake Gatewood, 1B/3B 45 / Exteme 26. Nathan Kirby, LHP 45 / High 27. Devin Williams, RHP 45 / High 28. Michael Reed, OF 45 / High 29. Trey Supak, RHP 45 / High 30. Chad McClanahan, 3B 45 / High HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL MILWAUKEE BREWERS AFFILIATES 2014* * LEVEL TEAM SINCE 2012* AAA Colorado Springs Pacific Coast * * AA Biloxi Southern * High-A Carolina Carolina * * Low-A Wisconsin Midwest * Rookie Helena Pioneer * * Rookie AZL Brewers Arizona 2003* Rookie DSL Brewers Dominican 2002* * * (.541) (.408) (.477) *Previously Huntsville Stars through TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

30 BIRMINGHAM BARONS Parent Club (Since)... Chicago White Sox (1986) Years in Southern League , 67-75, 81-Present Division... North League Titles... Six Last League Title First Half Record (.478), 4th 2016 Second Half Record (.514), 3rd 2016 Overall Record (.496), 4th All-Time League Record... 3,262-3,333 (.495) Owner...Birmingham Barons, LLC General Manager... Jonathan Nelson Director of Broadcasting... Curt Bloom Production and Public Relatons Director... Mike Ferko Manager...Julio Vinas Pitching Coach... J.R. Perdew Hitting Coach... Cole Armstrong Trainer... James Kruk Stadium (Capacity)...Regions Field (8,500) Opened Dimensions Home Series...April 17-21, June Road Series...May 18-22, Aug Smokies vs. Birmingham Smokies vs. Birmingham (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Birmingham (Home) Smokies vs. Birmingham (Road) WHITE SOX AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA Charlotte International 1999 AA Birmingham Southern 1986 High-A Winston-Salem Carolina 1997 Low-A Kannapolis South Atlantic 2001 Rookie Great Falls Pioneer 2003 Rookie AZL White Sox Arizona Rookie DSL White Sox Dominican TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE st Avenue South Birmingham, AL Phone: (205) Fax: (205) WHITE SOX TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Yoan Moncada, 2B 65 / Medium 2. Lucas Giolito, RHP 60 / High 3. Michael Kopech, RHP 55 / Medium 4. Reynaldo Lopez, RHP 55 / High 5. Carson Palmer, RHP 55 / High 6. Zack Collins, C 55 / High 7. Zack Burdi, RHP 50 / High 8. Luis Alexander Basabe, OF 50 / High 9. Alec Hansen, RHP 50 / High 10. Dane Dunning, RHP 50 / High 11. Spencer Adams, RHP 50 / High 12. Charlie Tilson, OF 45 / High 13. Jordan Stephens, RHP 45 / Extreme 14. Alex Call, OF 45 / High 15. Jameson Fisher, OF 45 / High 16. Adam Engel, OF 45 / Extreme 17. Trey Michalczewski, 3B 45 / Medium 18. Bernardo Flores, LHP 45 / High 19. Amado Nunez, SS 45 / Medium 20. Micker Adolfo, OF 45 / Medium 21. Luis Martinez, RHP 45 / High 22. Victor Diaz, RHP 45 / High 23. Jake Peter, INF/OF 45 / High 24. Luis Curbelo, 2B/SS 45 / High 25. Aaron Bummer, LHP 45 / High 26. Jacob May, OF 45 / High 27. Dylan Covey, RHP 45 / High 28. Matt Cooper, RHP 45 / High 29. Brian Clark, LHP 45 / Medium 30. Zach Thompson, RHP 45 / Extreme HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL (.496) (.515) (.524) FRONT OFFICE 29

31 FRONT OFFICE CHATTANOOGA LOOKOUTS 201 Power Alley Chattanooga, TN Phone: (423) Fax: (423) Parent Club (Since)...Minnesota Twins (2015) Years in Southern League , 76-Present Division... North League Titles... Two Last League Title First Half Record (.514), 2nd 2016 Second Half Record (.557), 2nd 2016 Overall Record (.536), 3rd All-Time League Record... 2,972-3,066 (.492) President... Rich Monzigo Director of Broadcasting... Larry Ward Public and Media Relations Manager... Dan Kopf Manager... Jake Mauer Pitching Coach...Ivan Arteaga Hitting Coach... Junior Valentin Trainer... Chris Johnson Stadium (Capacity)...AT&T Field (6,400) Opened Dimensions Home Series...June 14-18, Aug Road Series... April 22-26, July Smokies vs. Chattanooga Smokies vs. Chattanooga (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Chattanooga (Home) Smokies vs. Chattanooga (Road) MINNESOTA TWINS AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA Rochester International 2003 AA Chattanooga Southern 2015 High-A Fort Myers Florida State 1992 Low-A Cedar Rapids Midwest 2013 Rookie Elizabethton Appalachian 1974 Rookie GCL Twins Gulf Coast Rookie DSL Twins Dominican TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - MINNESOTA TWINS TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Nick Gordon, SS 55 / Medium 2. Stephen Gonsalves, LHP 55 / Medium 3. Alex Kirilloff, OF 55 / High 4. Fernando Romero, RHP 50 / High 5. Tyler Jay, LHP 50 / High 6. Kohl Stewart, RHP 50 / Medium 7. Travis Blankenhorn, 3B/2B 50 / High 8. Adalberto Mejia, LHP 50 / High 9. Felix Jorge, RHP 50 / High 10. Lewin Diaz, 1B 50 / Extreme 11. J.T. Chargois, RHP 50 / Medium 12. Ben Rortvedt, C 50 / High 13. Lamonte Wade, OF 45 / Extreme 14. Daniel Palka, OF/1B 45 / Medium 15. Mitch Garver, C 45 / Medium 16. Nick Burdi, RHP 45 / High 17. Wander Javier, SS 45 / Extreme 18. Lewis Thorpe, LHP 45 / High 19. Trevor Hildenberger, RHP 45 / High 20. Jake Reed, RHP 45 / High 21. Mason Melotakis, LHP 45 / Extreme 22. Zach Granite, OF 45 / High 23. Huascar Ynoa, RHP 45 / Extreme 24. Jose MIranda, 3B 45 / High 25. Akil Baddoo, OF 45 / Extreme 26. Lachlan Wells, LHP 45 / Extreme 27. Randy Rosario, LHP 45 / High 28. Luis Arraez, 2B 45 / Extreme 29. Engelb Vielma, INF 45 / Extreme 30. Griffin Jax, RHP 45 / Extreme HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL (.572) (.568) (.570)

32 JACKSON GENERALS Parent Club (Since)...Arizona Diamondbacks (2017) Years in Southern League Present Division... North League Titles... Two Last League Title First Half Record (.657), 1st 2016 Second Half Record (.551), 3rd 2016 Overall Record (.604), 1st All-Time League Record... 1,329-1,310 (.504) General Manager...Jason Compton Broadcaster/Media Relations... Brandon Liebhaber Manager... J.R. House Pitching Coach...Doug Drabek Hitting Coach...Jason Camilli Trainer...B.J. Downie Stadium (Capacity)... The Ballpark at Jackson (6,000) Opened Dimensions Home Series...June 28- July 3, Aug. 31- Sept Road Series... May 8-12, June 9-13, July 30- Aug Smokies vs. Jackson Smokies vs. Jackson (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Jackson (Home) Smokies vs. Jackson (Road) ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA Reno Pacific Coast 1995 AA Jackson Southern 2007 High-A Visalia California 2007 Low-A Kane County Midwest 2009 Single-A Hillsboro Northwest 2001 Rookie Missoula Pioneer 1996 Rookie AZL D-backs Arizona Rookie DSL D-backs Dominican 4 Fun Place Jackson, TN Phone: (731) Fax: (731) ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS TOP 30 PROPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Anthony Banda, LHP 50 / Extreme 2. Domingo Leyba, SS/2B 50 / High 3. Jasrado Chisholm, SS 50 / High 4. Dawel Lugo, 3B/SS 50 / High 5. Taylor Clarke, RHP 50 / High 6. Socrates Brito, OF 45 /Medium 7. Brad Keller, RHP 45 / High 8. Jon Duplantier, RHP 45 / High 9. Anfernee Grier, OF 45 / Medium 10. Jared Miller, LHP 45 / High 11. Alex Young, LHP 45 / Medium 12. Curtis Taylor, RHP 45 / High 13. Jimmie Sherfy, RHP 45 / Extreme 14. Victor Reyes, OF 45 / High 15. Sergio Alcantara, SS 45 / Extreme 16. Andy Yerzy, C 45 / Extreme 17. Matt Koch, RHP 45 / Extreme 18. Jack Reinheimer, SS/2B 45 / Extreme 19. Cody Reed, LHP 45 / High 20. Mack Lemieux, LHP 45 / Extreme 21. Marcus Wilson, OF 45 / Extreme 22. Jhoan Duran, RHP 45 / Extreme 23. Jose Herrera, C 45 / High 24. Frank Duncan, RHP 45 / Extreme 25. Wei-Chieh Huang, RHP 45 / Extreme 26. Justin Donatella, RHP 45 / High 27. Gabriel Maciel, OF 45 / Medium 28. Ildemaro Vargas, SS/2B 45 / Extreme 29. Tyler Mark, RHP 45 / Extreme 30. Jamie Westbrook, 2B 40 / Extreme HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL * * * * * * * * * * * (.533) (.521) (.527) *Previously West Tenn Diamond Jaxx through TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - FRONT OFFICE 31

33 FRONT OFFICE JACKSONVILLE JUMBO SHRIMP 301 A. Phillip Randolph Dr. Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Fax: (904) Parent Club (Since)... Miami Marlins (2009) Years in Southern League Present Division...South League Titles... Six (as Jacksonville Suns) Last League Title (as Jacksonville Suns) 2016 First Half Record (.429), 5th 2016 Second Half Record (.478), 4th 2016 Overall Record (.453), 5th All-Time League Record... 3,394-3,175 (.517) Owner/CEO... Ken Babby General Manager... Harold Craw Broadcaster...Roger Hoover Media & Public Relations Manager...Marco LaNave Manager... Randy Ready Pitching Coach... Storm Davis Hitting Coach...Jesus Merchan Trainer...Cesar Roman Stadium (Capacity)... Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville (11,000) Opened Dimensions Home Series... May Road Series... July Smokies vs. Jacksonville Smokies vs. Jacksonville (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Jacksonville (Home) Smokies vs. Jacksonville (Road) MIAMI MARLINS AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA New Orleans Pacific Coast 2009 AA Jacksonville Southern 2009 High-A Jupiter Florida State 2002 Low-A Greensboro South Atlantic 2003 Single-A Batavia New York-Penn 2013 Rookie DSL Marlins Dominican Rookie GCL Marlins Gulf Coast TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - MIAMI MARLINS TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Braxton Garrett, LHP 55 / Medium 2. Tyler Kolek, RHP 50 / High 3. Brian Anderson, 3B 50 / High 4. Jarlin Garcia, LHP 50 / High 5. Dillon Peters, LHP 50 / High 6. Isael Soto, OF 50 / High 7. Thomas Jones, OF 50 / High 8. Stone Garrett, OF 50 / Extreme 9. Drew Steckenrider, RHP 45 / Extreme 10. James Nelson, 3B 45 / Extreme 11. Edward Cabrera, RHP 45 / Extreme 12. Jake Esch, RHP 45 / Medium 13. J.T. Riddle, SS/2B 45 / High 14. Austin Dean, OF 45 / High 15. Cody Poteet, RHP 45 / High 16. Albert Guaimaro, OF 45 / Extreme 17. Jordan Holloway, RHP 45 / Extreme 18. Jeff Brigham, RHP 45 / Medium 19. Sam Perez, RHP 45 / High 20. Tayron Guerrero, RHP 45 / High 21. Roy Morales, C 45 / High 22. Sean Reynolds, OF 45 / High 23. Remey Reed, RHP 45 / High 24. Brett Lilek, LHP 45 / High 25. Andy Beltre, RHP 45 / Medium 26. Humberto Mejia, RHP 45 / Medium 27. Justin Twine, 2B 45 / Extreme 28. John Norwood, OF 45 / Extreme 29. Tomas Telis, C/1B 45 / Extreme 30. Justin Jacome, LHP 45 / Extreme HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL (.447) (.430) (.438)

34 MISSISSIPPI BRAVES Parent Club (Since)... Atlanta Braves (2005) Years in Southern League Present Division...South League Titles... Three (as Greenville Braves) Last League Title (as Greenville Braves) 2016 First Half Record (.493), 3rd 2016 Second Half Record (.565), 2nd 2016 Overall Record (.529), 2nd All-Time League Record (.492) Owner... Liberty Media General Manager... Steve DeSalvo Broadcaster... Kyle Tait Manager... Luis Salazar Pitching Coach... Derrick Lewis Hitting Coach...Ivan Cruz Trainer... Kyle Damschroder Stadium (Capacity)... Trustmark Park (8,480) Opened Dimensions Home Series...April 12-15, 2017 Road Series...April 27-May Smokies vs. Mississippi Smokies vs. Mississippi (Series, T-L-T) Smokies vs. Mississippi (Home) Smokies vs. Mississippi (Road) ATLANTA BRAVES AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA Gwinnett International 1965 AA Mississippi Southern 2005 High-A Florida Florida 2017 Low-A Rome South Atlantic 2003 Rookie Danville Appalachian 1982 Rookie DSL Braves Dominican Rookie GCL Braves Gulf Coast One Braves Way Pearl, MS Phone: (601) Fax: (601) ATLANTA BRAVES TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Dansby Swanson, SS 60 / Medium 2. Ozzie Albies, 2B/SS 60 / High 3. Kevin Maitan, SS 55 / Extreme 4. Kolby Allard, LHP 55 / High 5. Mike Soroka, RHP 55 / Extreme 6. Sean Newcomb, LHP 55 / High 7. Ian Anderson, RHP 55 / Extreme 8. Ronald Acuna, OF 55 / Medium 9. Max Fried, LHP 50 / Extreme 10. Travis Demeritte, 2B 50 / High 11. Luiz Gohara, LHP 50 / High 12. Touki Toussaint, RHP 50 / Medium 13. Austin Riley, 3B 50 / High 14. Joey Wentz, LHP 50 / Medium 15. Cristian Pache, OF 50 / Extreme 16. Patrick Weigel, RHP 50 / High 17. Kyle Muller, LHP 50 / High 18. Dustin Peterson, OF 50 / Extreme 19. Lucas Sims, RHP 45 / High 20. Ricardo Sanchez, LHP 45 / High 21. Derian Cruz, SS 45 / High 22. A.J. Minter, LHP 45 / High 23. Rio Ruiz, 3B 45 / High 24. Alex Jackson, C 45 / Extreme 25. Bryse Wilson, RHP 45 / High 26. Drew Harrington, LHP 45 / Extreme 27. Luke Jackson, RHP 45 / Extreme 28. Akeel Morris, RHP 45 / High 29. Braxton Davidson, OF 45 / High 30. Lucas Herbert, C 45 / High HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL * * * * * (.547) (.533) (.541) *Previously Greenville Braves through TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - FRONT OFFICE 33

35 FRONT OFFICE MOBILE BAYBEARS 755 Boling Brothers Blvd. Mobile, AL Phone: (251) Fax: (251) Parent Club (Since)... Los Angeles Angels (2017) Years in Southern League , 1970, 1997-Present Division...South League Titles...Four Last League Title First Half Record (.457), 3rd 2016 Second Half Record (.485), 3rd 2016 Overall Record (.471), 4th All-Time League Record... 1, (.507) Owners...HWS Group General Manager... Chris Morgan Broadcaster/Media Relations... Justin Baker Manager...Sal Fasano Pitching Coach...Buddy Carlyle Hitting Coach... Ryan Barba Trainer...Rafael Freitas Stadium (Capacity)...Hank Aaron Stadium (6,000) Opened Dimensions Home Series... July Road Series... June Smokies vs. Mobile Smokies vs. Mobile (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Mobile (Home) Smokies vs. Mobile (Road) LOS ANGELES ANGELS AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA Salt Lake Pacific Coast 2001 AA Mobile Southern 2017 High-A Inland California 2011 Single-A Burlington Midwest 2013 Rookie Orem Owlz Pioneer 2001 Rookie DSL Angels Dominican Rookie AZL Angels Arizona TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - LOS ANGELES ANGELS TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Jahmai Jones, OF 55 / High 2. Matt Thaiss, 1B 50 / Medium 3. Brandon Marsh, OF 50 / High 4. Nate Smith, LHP 45 / High 5. Keynan Middleton, RHP 45 / Low 6. Grayson Long, RHP 45 / High 7. Taylor Ward, C 45 / High 8. Alex Meyer, RHP 45 / High 9. Chris Rodriguez, RHP 45 / Extreme 10. Jaime Barria, RHP 45 / High 11. David Fletcher 45 / High 12. Vicente Campos, RHP 45 / Medium 13. Nonie Williams, SS 45 / High 14. Michael Hermosillo, OF 45 / High 15. Connor Justus, SS 45 / High 16. Eduardo Paredes, RHP 45 / High 17. Cole Duensing, LHP 45 / High 18. Troy Montgomery, OF 45 / Medium 19. Abel De Los Santos, RHP 45 / Extreme 20. Elvin Rodriguez, RHP 45 / Extreme 21. Osmer Morales, RHP 45 / High 22. Brooks Pounders, RHP 45 / High 23. Kevin Grendell, LHP 45 / High 24. Jared Foster, OF 45 / High 25. Joe Gatto, RHP 45 / Extreme 26. Jake Jewell, RHP 45 / High 27. Julio Garcia, SS 40 / High 28. Caleb Adams, OF 40 / Extreme 29. Manny Banuelos, LHP 40 / High 30. Chad Hinshaw 40 / High HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL (.642) (.494) (.572)

36 MONTGOMERY BISCUITS Parent Club (Since)... Tampa Bay Rays (1999) Years in Southern League , 2004-Present Division... North League Titles...Seven Last League Title First Half Record (.486), 3rd 2016 Second Half Record (.600), 1st 2016 Overall Record (.543), 2nd All-Time League Record... 2,076-1,949 (.516) Co-Owners...Tom Dickson & Sherrie Myers President...Greg Rauch General Manager...Scott Trible Broadcaster...Chris Adams-Wall Manager... Brady Williams Pitching Coach...R.C. Lichtenstein Hitting Coach...Dan DeMent Trainer... Kris Russell Stadium (Capacity)...Riverwalk Stadium (7,000) Opened Dimensions Home Series...May 13-17, July 9-12, July Road Series...May 30-June 3, Aug Smokies vs. Montgomery Smokies vs. Montgomery (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Montgomery (Home) Smokies vs. Montgomery (Road) TAMPA BAY RAYS AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA Durham International 1998 AA Montgomery Southern 1999 High-A Charlotte Florida State 2007 Low-A Bowling Green Midwest 2007 Single-A Hudson Valley New York-Penn 1996 Rookie Princeton Appachian 1997 Rookie DSL Rays(1) Dominican Rookie GCL Rays Gulf Coast 200 Coosa Street Montgomery, AL Phone: (334) Fax: (334) TAMPA BAY RAYS TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Willy Adames, SS 55 / High 2. Brent Honeywell, RHP 55 / Medium 3. Jose De Leon, RHP 55 / Medium 4. Jake Bauers, OF/1B 55 / High 5. Casey Gillaspie, 1B 55 / High 6. Joshua Lowe, OF/3B 50 / Medium 7. Jesus Sanchez, OF 50 / High 8. Chih-Wei Hu, RHP 50 / High 9. Jacob Faria, RHP 50 / High 10. Justin Williams, OF 50 / High 11. Garrett Whitley, OF 50 / Medium 12. Austin Franklin, RHP 50 / Medium 13. Adrian Rondon, SS/3B 50 / High 14. Lucius Fox, SS 50 / Medium 15. Jaime Schultz, RHP 45 / Extreme 16. Ryne Stanek, RHP 45 / High 17. Daniel Robertson, INF 45 / High 18. Taylor Guerrieri, RHP 50 / Extreme 19. Kevin Padlo, 3B 45 / High 20. Joe McCarthy, OF/1B 45 / Low 21. Nick Ciuffo, C 45 / High 22. David Rodriguez, C 45 / Medium 23. Kevin Gadea, RHP 45 / Extreme 24. Ryan Yarbrough, LHP 45 / High 25. Jake Fraley, OF 45 / High 26. Chris Betts, C 45 / High 27. Hunter Wood, RHP 45 / Low 28. Greg Harris, RHP 45 / Extreme 29. Genesis Cabrera, LHP 45 / High 30. Ryan Boldt, OF 45 / Extreme HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL * * * * (.512) (.426) (.468) Rookie DSL Rays(2) Dominican *Previously Orlando Rays through TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - FRONT OFFICE 35

37 FRONT OFFICE PENSACOLA BLUE WAHOOS 351 West Cedar St. Pensacola, FL Phone: (850) Parent Club (Since)... Cincinnati Reds (2009, as CAR) Years in Southern League Present Division...South League Titles... None Last League Title... Never 2016 First Half Record (.586), 1st 2016 Second Half Record (.571), 1st 2016 Overall Record (.579), 1st All-Time League Record (.477) Owner...Quint and Rishy Studer President...Jonathan Griffith Broadcaster... Tommy Thrall Media Relations Manager... Maryjane Gardner Manager...Pat Kelly Pitching Coach... Danny Darwin Hitting Coach... Gookie Dawkins Trainer... Tyler Moos Stadium (Capacity)... Pensacola Bayfront Stadium (5,038) Opened Dimensions Home Series...August Road Series...April Smokies vs. Pensacola Smokies vs. Pensacola (Series, W-L-T) Smokies vs. Pensacola (Home) Smokies vs. Pensacola (Road) CINCINNATI REDS TOP 30 PROSPECTS No. Name Grade / Risk 1. Nick Senzel, 3B 55 / High 2. Amir Garrett, LHP 55 / High 3. Jesse Winker, OF 55 / Medium 4. Robert Stephenson, RHP 55 / Extreme 5. Taylor Trammell, OF 50 / Medium 6. Aristedes Aquino, OF 50 / High 7. Luis Castillo, RHP 50 / High 8. Tyler Stephenson, C 50 / High 9. Sal Romano, RHP 50 / High 10. Tyler Mahle, RHP 50 / High 11. Alfredo Rodriguez, SS 50 / Low 12. Vladimir Gutierrez, RHP 50 / High 13. Chris Okey, C 50 / Extreme 14. Shed Long, 2B 50 / Extreme 15. Tony Santillan, RHP 50 / Medium 16. T.J. Friedl, OF 45 / Medium 17. Rookie Davis, RHP 45 / Extreme 18. Jimmy Herget, RHP 45 / Extreme 19. Keury Mella, RHP 45 / Medium 20. Phil Ervin, OF 45 / Extreme 21. Nick Travieso, RHP 45 / Medium 22. Austin Brice, RHP 45 / Medium 23. Ariel Hernandez, RHP 45 / Medium 24. Blake Trahan, SS 45 / Medium 25. Alex Blandino, INF 45 / Low 26. Nick Hanson, RHP 45 / Extreme 27. Calten Daal, SS 45 / High 28. Gavin LaValley, 1B 45 / Extreme 29. Tanner Rainey, RHP 45 / Extreme 30. Sebastian Elizalde, OF 45 / Extreme HEAD-TO-HEAD SINCE 2000 YEAR HOME ROAD OVERALL CINCINNATI REDS AFFILIATES LEVEL TEAM SINCE AAA Louisville International * * AA Pensacola Southern * High-A Daytona Florida State * * Low-A Dayton Midwest * Single-A Billings Pioneer * * Rookie AZL Reds Arizona 2003* * Rookie DSL Reds Dominican 2001* Rookie DSL Rojos Dominican 2000* (.610) (.465) (.518) 36 *Previously Carolina Mudcats through TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - A 2

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39 FRONT OFFICE 2016 SMOKIES SEASON NOTES & HIGHLIGHTS FULLER HOUSE: While the success on the field didn t match up to years past, that didn t stop the fans from packing Smokies Stadium. The 293,694 fans that were welcomed into the ballpark was the most in team history, besting the 283,048 that caught the live action in 2014.The club averaged 4,319 per opening, good for a second place tie with Pensacola. Only the Birmingham Barons averaged more fans per game (6,063). The Smokies saw their largest crowd in the history of the ballpark on May 14th, as the 7,902 fans in attendance surpassed last years record of 7,806. Tennessee also saw crowds of 7,763 (July 4th) and 7,727 (August 27th). HOMEGROWN CHAMPIONS: Finally! 108 years since their last World Series the Cubs can call themselves the champions. A huge part of their success was the play of former Tennessee Smokies. 11 of the 25 players on the Cubs World Series roster donned a Smokies uniform. (Albert Almora Jr., Jake Arrieta, Javier Baez, Kris Bryant, Wilson Contreras, Carl Edwards Jr., Kyle Hendricks, Miguel Montero, Addison Russell, Kyle Schwarber, Jorge Soler). Almora Jr. was the only former Smokie failing to pick up a hit in post-season play. HOME, (UN)SWEET HOME: There was no home field advantage for the Tennessee Smokies in The previous year Tennessee dominated at home, posting a record on the season. That record was reversed to in The Smokies finished both finished both the first and second half of the season with losing records at home (14-21, 12-22). Tennessee was much better on the road, finishing overall and compiled a winning record away from Smokies Stadium in the second half of the season. A SEASON TO FORGET: The Smokies a season ago was their worst record in the history of Smokies Stadium...In addition, the Smokies posted their worst home record since Since the ballpark opened in 2000, Tennessee has had just six losing seasons in 17 campaigns...prior to this year, the Smokies worst record in the Smokies Stadium era came as a Cubs affiliate in 2008 when they mustered a (.446) record...since the 1972 season, the Smokies had failed to win 60 games just four times (1977, 1980, 1992, 1995)...Tennessee s worst mark in that time span came in 1977 as a White Sox affiliate when they mustered a (.365) record...that team starred former MLBer RHP Jim Bouton and future All-Star RHP LaMarr Hoyt...In 1995, the last time the Smokies failed to collect 60-or-more wins, the then-knoxville club was (.375) at old Bill Meyer Stadium...That squad featured future Major Leaguers OF Shannon Stewart and RHP Chris Carpenter...The worst mark in franchise history came when the organization was a member of the Southern Assocation in 1937, posting a (.274) record...tennessee s worst home record since 05 came in 2008 when the team mustered a mark (.406)...The Smokies finished the 2016 season with just a record at Smokies Stadium (.377). THE GOPHERS, YOU IDIOT!: The Smokies surrendered the most gopher balls, or home runs, in the Southern League with Jacksonville served up the second-most in the circuit with 98...The prior season, Tennessee yielded only 81 long balls, which was tied for the third-most in the SL...The 100 homers equals the most given up by a Smokies pitching staff since they yielded 109 in The Smokies had not issued the most gopher balls in the SL since they allowed a league-worst 153 in That season marked the worst record (62-77) Tennessee has had since However, the Smokies were nowhere near the leaderboard in home runs allowed in Double-A ball...in the Eastern and Texas Leagues, 13-of-22 teams (59.1%) allowed at least 100 homers. HEY NOW, YOU RE AN ALL-STAR: After sending seven players to the All-Star game in 2015, the Smokies bested the prior season by sending eight to the All-Star game in Brad Markey, Juan Paniagua, Paul Blackburn, and Tyler Skulina were the five pitchers invited. C: Victor Caratini, 2B: Chesny Young, 3B Jeimer Candelario, and OF Mark Zagunis were the four others to represent Tennessee. WEEKLY HONORS: A total of four Smokies players received Southern League Player of the Week or Pitcher of the Week honors throughout the 2016 season, including Bijan Rademacher (April 7-17), INF Chesny Young and Pitcher Paul Blackburn during the same week (April 18-24) and Lane Adams (August 22-28) TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

40 2016 SMOKIES STATISTICS TEAM BATTING STATS GAMES BY POSITION BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E Adams, Lane Amaya, Gioskar Bautista, Alex Bote, David Brockmeyer, Cael Bruno, Stephen Candelario, Jeimer Caratini, Victor Carhart, Ben Coghlan, Chris Davis, Taylor Dent, Ryan Dugan, Kelly Freitas, David Giasanti, Anthoiny Hannemann, Jacob Happ, Ian La Stella, Tommy Lockhart, Daniel Martin, Trey McKinney, Billy Penalver, Carlos Rademacher, Bijan Soler, Jorge Szczur, Matt Vosler, Jason Young, Chesney Zagunis, Mark Team Total TEAM PITCHING STATS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD Acevedo, Andury Alvarez, R.J Berg, David Blackburn, Paul Black, Corey Concepcion, Gerardo Conway, Josh Dugan, Kelly Farris, James Garner, David Hedges, Zach Jensen, Michael Leathersich, Jack Markey, Brad Martinez, Jonathan Matusz, Brian Mejia, Miguel Nathan, Joe Paniagua, Juan Perakslis, Steve Peralta, Starling Pugliese, James Richard, Clayton Rosario, Jose Sarianides, Nick Skulina, Tyler Tseng, Jen-Ho Underwood, Duane Wagner, Michael Zastryzny, Rob Team Total FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 39

41 FRONT OFFICE 2016 SMOKIES FIRST HALF DAY-BY-DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE RECORD HOME ROAD POS GA/GB TIME ATT 4/7 MOB W :47 3,896 4/8 MOB L :47 2,277 4/9 MOB W :20 2,621 4/10 MOB L :43 2,474 4/11 MOB L :22 7,328 4/12 at BIR L :55 6,649 4/13 at BIR W :12 3,751 4/14 at BIR L :31 8,015 4/15 at BIR W :38 7,247 4/16 at BIR L :06 8,500 4/17 MTG L :08 2,920 4/18 MTG W :40 2,306 4/19 MTG W :52 3,210 4/20 MTG L :25 2,263 4/21 MTG L :28 4,236 4/22 at MOB W :40 3,492 4/23 at MOB W :39 2,106 4/24 at MOB W :23 1,607 4/25 at MOB W : /26 at MOB W :04 2,084 4/28 at BLX L :26 1,570 4/29 at BLX W :56 2,418 4/30 at BLX L :29 (1:41) 4,271 5/1 PPD RAIN 5/2-1 at BLX L 2-3 (7) :01 0 5/2-2 at BLX W 4-1 (8) :17 1,623 5/4 MIS L :54 (:33) 2,137 5/5 MIS L :51 2,342 5/6 MIS L :46 5,235 5/7 MIS W :35 5,884 5/8 MIS W :23 3,891 5/9 at MTG L :35 1,875 5/10 at MTG L 3-4 (11) :20 6,971 5/11 at MTG L :29 1,801 5/12 at MTG L 4-5 (10) :06 3,176 5/13 at MTG W :39 5,611 5/14 BIR L :41 7,902 5/15 BIR W :06 2,555 5/16 BIR L :00 2,417 5/17 BIR W :46 6,228 5/18 BIR L :15 2,124 5/19 BLX W :38 3,380 5/20 BLX PPD RAIN 5/21 BLX W :09 5,924 5/22-1 BLX L :27 0 5/22-2 BLX L 5-6 (7) :32 4,114 5/23 BLX W 3-2 (12) :51 3,434 5/25 at CHA L :18 2,139 5/26 at CHA W :04 3,395 5/27 at CHA L 5-6 (11) :12 5,433 5/28 at CHA L :32 4,765 5/29 at CHA W :50 5,356 5/31 JXN L :45 3,811 6/1 JXN L 3-4 (5) :27 2,231 6/2 JXN L :23 2,606 6/3 JXN L :50 5,317 6/4 JXN W :39 4,528 6/5 at MIS W :09 2,159 6/6 at MIS L :45 1,572 6/7 at MIS L :40 2,062 6/8 at MIS W :21 2,118 6/9 at MIS L 0-3 (11) :10 3,018 6/10 CHA L :51 6,913 6/11 CHA L :38 6,902 6/12 CHA W :31 4,019 6/13 CHA L :49 4,433 6/14 CHA W :08 4,144 6/15 at JXN PPD RAIN 6/16 at JXN L :33 2,222 6/17-1 at JXN L :42 0 6/17-2 at JXN L 0-1 (7) :54 1,835 6/19 at JXN L :58 3,346 6/26 at JXN L :05 1, TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

42 2016 SMOKIES SECOND HALF DAY-BY-DAY DATE OPP W/L SCORE RECORD HOME ROAD POS GA/GB TIME ATT 6/23 PNS L :56 4,926 6/24 PNS W :31 5,529 6/25 PNS L :56 6,858 6/26 PNS W :40 3,376 6/27 PNS W 12-1 (6) :20 (:32 delay) 3,485 6/29 at JAX W :51 6,459 6/30 at JAX W :13 4,757 7/1 at JAX W :06 5,619 7/2 at JAX L :27 4,121 7/3 at JAX L :23 10,238 7/4 JXN W :23 7,763 7/5 JXN L 4-6 (11) :15 2,438 7/6 JXN PPD- RAIN 7/7 JXN L 9-12 (7) :23 (57 delay) 2,718 7/8 JXN L 1-2 (8) :27 4,241 7/9 CHA L :38 5,722 7/10 CHA W :51 4,467 7/11 CHA W :45 3,719 7/12 CHA L :54 4,011 7/13 CHA L :36 3,307 7/14 at MTG L :35 2,987 7/15 at MTG L :13 5,618 7/16 at MTG L 4-5 (10) :34 (14 delay) 6,123 7/17 at MTG W :10 2,115 7/18 at MTG W :42 2,649 7/20 MIS L :43 4,286 7/21 MIS L :52 5,127 7/22 MIS W :56 6,632 7/23 MIS L :42 (45 delay) 6,479 7/24 MIS L :49 4,658 7/26 at CHA W :30 2,052 7/27 at CHA L :12 1,847 7/28 at CHA L :31 1,970 7/29 at CHA W 7-6 (11) :12 4,150 7/30 at CHA L :53 3,530 7/31 at BIR L :41 5,138 8/1 at BIR W :31 3,331 8/2 at BIR W :01 4,959 8/3 at BIR W 7-6 (10) :03 4,813 8/4 at BIR W :38 7,033 8/5 MTG L :27 6,113 8/6 MTG L :47 6,344 8/7 MTG L 5-7 (12) :00 3,277 8/8 MTG L :40 3,728 8/9 MTG W :12 4,113 8/11 at PNS L :53 (1:06) 3,349 8/12 at PNS L 0-8 (7) :58 4,104 8/13 at PNS L :23 5,038 8/14 at PNS L :01 (1:03) 4,295 8/15 at PNS W :50 3,518 8/17 JAX L :22 4,138 8/18 JAX L :51 2,009 8/19 JAX L /20 JAX W :43 8/21 JAX L :24 2,608 8/22 at JXN W :06 2,898 8/23-1 at JXN W 4-2 (10) :33 0 8/23-2 at JXN W 11-5 (7) : /24 at JXN W : /25 at JXN W 5-4 (10) :13 2,097 8/27 BIR L :42 (20) 7,727 8/28 BIR W :14 3,416 8/29 BIR L :28 3,370 8/30 BIR W :45 4,239 8/31 BIR W :00 3,987 9/1 at MTG L :23 2,540 9/2 at MTG L :30 4,063 9/3 at MTG L :26 2,173 9/4 at MTG W :04 3,329 9/5 at MTG L :28 1,765 FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 41

43 FRONT OFFICE APRIL TRANSACTIONS (15) Date Action [Roster Size] 4/04 Opening Day Roster Announced 4/7 2B Stephen Bruno placed on the 7-day disabled list. 4/15 RHP Stephen Perakslis placed on the 7-day disabled list. 4/18 RHP James Pugliese assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans RHP Starling Peralta placed on the temporarily inactive list. RHP David Garner placed on the temporarily inactive list. 4/19 Tennessee Smokies released RHP Jonathan Pettibone. 4/20 RHP David Garner activated from the temporarily inactive list. 4/22 RHP Starling Peralta activated from the temporarily inactive list. RHP James Pugliese assigned to Myrtle Beach Pelicans from Tennessee Smokies. 4/24 RHP Stephen Perakslis assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. 4/26 RHP Andury Acevedo placed on the 7-day disabled list. 4/29 Tennessee Smokies activated RHP Stephen Perakslis. RHP Duane Underwood Jr. assigned to Tennessee from Eugene RHP Michael Jensen placed on the 7-day disabled list (retroactive to April 26, 2016). C Taylor Davis assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. MAY TRANSACTIONS (17) 5/4 Tennessee Smokies activated RHP Michael Jensen from the 7-day disabled list. RHP Stephen Perakslis assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies.. 5/9 RHP David Berg assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. RHP Jen-Ho Tseng placed on the 7-day disabled list. 5/12 RHP Miguel Mejia assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. Gerardo Concepcion assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 5/15 Tennessee Smokies released LF Anthony Giansanti. 5/16 2B Stephen Bruno activated from the 7-day disabled list. 5/17 C Ben Carhart assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. 5/19 Tennessee Smokies released 2B Ryan Dent. Chicago Cubs sent OF Matt Szczur on a rehab assignment to Tennessee Smokies. 5/24 RHP Steve Perakslis assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. LHP Rob Zastryzny assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 5/25 Tennessee Smokies released RHP Michael Jensen. RHP Jose Rosario assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 5/27 C Cael Brockmeyer assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans C David Freitas assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. JUNE TRANSACTIONS (23) 6/6 Tennessee Smokies placed RHP Josh Conway on the 7-day disabled list. RHP James Farris assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 6/8 2B Daniel Lockhart assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. CF Trey Martin assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 3B Jeimer Candelario assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. OF Mark Zagunis assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. Beach Pelicans. OF Alex Bautista assigned to Eugene Emeralds from Tennessee Smokies. JULY TRANSACTIONS (19) 7/2 C Alberto Mineo assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Eugene Emeralds. 7/3 Tennessee Smokies placed RHP Josh Conway on the 7-day disabled list. Tennessee Smokies activated RHP Nick Sarianides from the 7-day disabled list. 7/5 RHP Jose Rosario assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 7/6 RHP Starling Peralta assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. 7/7 Chicago Cubs sent LHP Clayton Richard on a rehab assignment to Tennessee Smokies. Tennessee Smokies placed RHP Duane Underwood Jr. on the 7-day disabled list Tennessee Smokies placed CF Jacob Hannemann on the 7-day disabled list. 7/9 C Alberto Mineo assigned to South Bend Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 7/14 RHP Michael Wagner assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. 1B David Freitas assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa RHP Joe Nathan assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee. LHP Brian Matusz assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. JULY TRANSACTIONS CONT. 7/22 Chicago Cubs sent LF Chris Coghlan on a rehab assignment to Tennessee Smokies. Iowa Cubs sent LF Jorge Soler on a rehab assignment to Tennessee Smokies. Tennessee Smokies activated LHP Jack Leathersich from the 7-day disabled list. 7/24 Tennessee Smokies placed RHP David Berg on the 7-day disabled list. RHP Zach Hedges assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 7/29 Tennessee Smokies activated RHP David Berg from the 7-day disabled list. AUGUST TRANSACTIONS (19) 8/3 RF Lane Adams assigned to Tennessee Smokies. RF Bijan Rademacher assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 8/4 Tennessee Smokies sent 2B Stephen Bruno on a rehab assignment to Eugene Emeralds. 8/6 3B Jason Vosler assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Tennessee Smokies sent RHP Josh Conway on a rehab assignment to Eugene Emeralds. Tennessee Smokies placed 2B Chesny Young on the 7-day disabled list. 8/12 Tennessee Smokies activated 2B Chesny Young from the 7-day disabled list. Tennessee Smokies placed RHP Juan Paniagua on the 7-day disabled list. 8/14 Tennessee Smokies placed C Ben Carhart on the 7-day disabled list. 8/16 2B Stephen Bruno assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 8/17 3B Tommy La Stella assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. 8/21 LHP Jack Leathersich assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 3B Tommy La Stella assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee 6/9 RHP Nick Sarianides assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Cubs Ext. Spring Training. RHP Corey Black assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. RHP Miguel Mejia assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 6/11 Tennessee Smokies placed 2B Stephen Bruno on the 7-day disabled list. 3B David Bote assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 6/16 RHP R.J. Alvarez assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa Cubs. C Cael Brockmeyer assigned to Iowa from Tennessee. 6/18 Tennessee Smokies placed CF Jacob Hannemann on the temporarily inactive list. OF Alex Bautista assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Eugene Emeralds. 6/23 Chicago Cubs sent RHP Joe Nathan on a rehab assignment to Tennessee Smokies. 2B Ian Happ assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Tennessee Smokies activated RHP Josh Conway from the 7-day disabled list. Tennessee Smokies activated CF Jacob Hannemann from the temporarily inactive list. RHP Nick Sarianides placed on the 7-day disabled list. RHP Starling Peralta assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 6/24 1B Gioskar Amaya assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - Smokies. Tennessee Smokies activated RHP Juan Paniagua from 7-day disabled list. Tennessee Smokies activated 1B Ben Carhart from the 7-day disabled list. 8/29 RF Lane Adams assigned to Iowa Cubs from Tennessee Smokies. 8/31 RHP Jonathan Martinez assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Myrtle Beach Pelicans. 2B Stephen Bruno assigned to Tennessee Smokies from Iowa. RHP Brad Markey placed on the 7-day disabled list. SEPTEMBER TRANSACTIONS (1) 9/7 RHP Cole Brocker assigned to Tennessee Smokies from AZL Cubs.

44 2016 SMOKIES STAT BREAKDOWNS/LEADERS SMOKIES RECORD BREAKDOWN Home Road 1st Half 2nd Half Total vs. Right-Handed Starter vs. Left-Handed Starter Leading After Tied After Trailing After Leading After Tied After Trailing After Leading After Tied After Trailing After Extra Innings Smokies Score First Opponent Scores First Shutouts Score 1 Run Score 2 Runs Score 3 Runs Score 4 Runs Score 5 Runs Score 6 Runs Score 7 Runs Score 8 Runs Score 9 Runs Score 10+ Runs Allow 1 Run Allow 2 Runs Allow 3 Runs Allow 4 Runs Allow 5 Runs Allow 6 Runs Allow 7 Runs Allow 8 Runs Allow 9 Runs Allow 10+ Runs Games Decided By 1 Run Games Decided By 2 Runs Games Decided By 3 Runs Games Decided By 3+ Runs Collecting 0-3 Hits Collecting 4-6 Hits Collecting 7-9 Hits Collecting Hits Collecting Hits Collecting 16+ Hits Allowing 0-3 Hits Allowing 4-6 Hits Allowing 7-9 Hits Allowing Hits Allowing Hits Allowing 16+ Hits Recording No Errors Recording 1 Error Recording 2 Errors Recording 3+ Errors Opponent Records No Errors Opponent Records 1 Error Opponent Records 2 Errors Opponent Records 3+ Errors Smokies Outhit Opponent Opponent Outhits Smokies Teams Tie In Hits Smokies Hit A HR Smokies Do Not Hit A HR Smokies Allow A HR Smokies Do Not Allow A HR Day Games Night Games FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 43

45 FRONT OFFICE BATTING LEADERS Team Batting G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG AVG OPS Jackson Tennessee Chattanooga Montgomery Mississippi Mobile Jacksonville Birmingham Pensacola Biloxi BATTING TOP TEN (MINIMUM 2.7 PA / TEAM GAME) BATTER CLUB AVG G AB R H HR RBI Albies, Ozzie MIS Young, Chesny TNS Granite, Zach CHA O'Neill, Tyler JXN Caratini, Victor TNS Lopes, Tim JXN Peterson, Dustin MIS Vincej, Zach PNS Riddle, J.T. JAX Wong, Kean MTG BATTING DEPARTMENTAL LEADERS RUNS Adames, Willy MTG 89 Granite, Zach CHA 86 Bauers, Jake MTG 79 Gonzalez, Benji JXN 78 HITS Granite, Zach CHA 155 Young, Chesny TNS 149 Peterson, Dustin MIS 148 Lopes, Tim JXN 145 DOUBLES Peterson, Dustin MIS 38 Gonzalez, Benji JXN 33 Adames, Willy MTG 31 Bauers, Jake MTG 28 Lopes, Tim JXN 74 O'Neill, Tyler JXN 144 Hicks, D.J. CHA 27 TRIPLES Engel, Adam BIR 9 Landry, Leon JXN 9 Granite, Zach CHA 8 5 others tied at 7 HOME RUNS Cron, Kevin MOB 26 O Neill, Tyler JXN 24 Palka, Daniel CHA 21 Phillips, Brett BLX 16 Dixon, Brandon PNS 16 RBI O Neill, Tyler JXN 102 Cron, Kevin MOB 88 Peterson, Dustin MIS 88 Bauers, Jake MTG 78 Dean, Austin JAX 67 EXTRA-BASE HITS O Neill, Tyler JXN 54 Peterson, Dustin MIS 52 Adames, Willy MTG 48 Cron, Kevin MOB 47 TOTAL BASES O Neill, Tyler JXN 250 Peterson, Dustin MIS 226 Adames, Willy MTG 209 Bauers, Jake MTG 207 BASE ON BALLS Adames, Willy MTG 74 Bauers, Jake MTG 73 Phillips, Brett BLX 67 Ervin, Phillip PNS 65 2 others tied at 43 Cron, Kevin MOB 203 O Neill, Tyler JXN 62 STOLEN BASES Granite, Zach CHA 56 Miller, Ian JXN 49 Perez, Yefri JAX 39 Ervin, Phillip PNS 36 Engel, Adam BIR 31 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Young, Chesny TNS.376 Caratani, Victor TNS.375 O Neill, Tyler JXN.374 Adames, Willy MTG.372 Bauers, Jake MTG.370 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE O Neill, Tyler JXN.508 Cron, Kevin MOB.437 Dixon, Brandon PNS.434 Peterson, Dustin MIS.431 Adames, Willy MTG TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

46 PITCHING LEADERS Team W L ERA G CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WHIP HLD GF Mississippi Pensacola Jackson Biloxi Chattanooga Mobile Montgomery Jacksonville Tennessee Birmingham PITCHING TOP TEN (MINIMUM 0.8 IP / TEAM GAME) PITCHER CLUB W-L ERA IP H BB SO Hu, Chih-Wei MTG Yarbrough, Ryan JXN Woodruff, Brandon BLX Markey, Brad TNS Kirsch, Chris MTG Blackburn, Paul JXN Stephens, Jackson PNS Johnson, Patrick JAX Slegers, Aaron CHA Hurlbut, David CHA FRONT OFFICE WINS Ash, Brett JXN 12 Guerrieri, Taylor MTG 12 Yarbrough, Ryan JXN 12 Four others tied at 10 PITCHING DEPARTMENTAL LEADERS LOSSES Skulina, Tyler TNS 12 Romano, Sal PNS 11 Stephens, Jackson PNS 11 Four others tied at nine STRIKEOUTS Newcomb, Sean MIS 152 Romano, Sal PNS 144 Stephens, Jackson PNS 131 Woodruff, Brandon BLX 124 Kirsch, Chris MTG 114 WALKS ALLOWED Guerrero, Jordan BIR 73 Newcomb, Sean MIS 71 Skulina, Tyler TNS 71 Kirsch, Chris MTG 57 Mortensen, Jared MTG 57 GAMES STARTED Newcomb, Sean MIS 27 Romano, Sal PNS 27 Skulina, Tyler TNS 27 Guerrieri, Taylor MTG 26 Stephens, Jackson PNS 26 INNINGS PITCHED Romano, Sal PNS Stephens, Jackson PNS Guerrieri, Taylor MTG Kirsch, Chris MTG Slegers, Aaron CHA HOME RUNS ALLOWED Skulina, Tyler TNS 16 Johnson, Patrick JAX 15 Guerrero, Jordan BIR 13 Skulina, Tyler TNS 13 SAVES Chacin, Alejandro PNS 30 Kohlscheen, Stephen BLX 23 Chapman, Jaye MTG 19 Altavilla, Dan JXN 16 Hildenberger, Trevor CHA 16 HOLDS Krehbiel, Joey MOB 21 Routt, Nick PNS 13 Reed, Jake CHA 12 Archer, Tristan BLX 11 Two others tied at 9 WHIP Woodruff, Brandon BLX 1.04 Yarbrough, Ryan JXN 1.11 Hu, Chih-Wei MTG 1.15 Johnson, Patrick JAX 1.19 AVERAGE AGAINST COMPLETE GAMES Woodruff, Brandon BLX players tied at 1 Newcomb, Sean MIS.224 Yarbrough, Ryan JXN.232 Guerrieri, Taylor MTG.239 Hu, Chih-Wei MTG TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 45

47 FRONT OFFICE FIRST HALF North W L PCT. GB Home Away Div. Jackson * Chattanooga Montgomery Birmingham Tennessee SECOND HALF North W L PCT. GB Home Away Div. Montgomery # Chattanooga Jackson Tennessee Birmingham OVERALL North W L PCT. GB Home Away Div. Jackson Montgomery Chattanooga Tennessee Birmingham STANDINGS/HONORS South W L PCT. GB Home Away Div. Pensacola * Biloxi Mississippi Mobile Jacksonville South W L PCT. GB Home Away Div. Pensacola # Mississippi Mobile Jacksonville Biloxi South W L PCT. GB Home Away Div. Pensacola Mississippi Biloxi Mobile Jacksonville * = First Half Division Winner # = Second Half Division Winner ^ = Wild Card Winner SEMI-FINALS (BEST OF FIVE) G1: Jackson 3 Montgomery 0 G2: Jackson 2 Montgomery 1 G3: Montgomery 4 Jackson 3 G4: Jackson 8 Montgomery 2 (Jackson Wins Series 3-1) G1: Pensacola 6 Mississippi 5 G2: Mississippi 5 Pensacola 0 G3: Mississippi 9 Pensacola 2 G4: Mississippi 4 Pensacola 2 (Mississippi Wins Series 3-1) POST-SEASON AWARDS & ALL-STARS Most Valuable Player Tyler O Neil JXN Manager of the Year Daren Brown JXN Most Outstanding Pitcher Ryan Yarbrough JXN Catcher Victor Caratini TNS First Base Jake Bauers MTG Second Base Tim Lopes JXN Third Base J.T. Riddle JAX Shortstop Willy Adames MTG Designated Hitter Kevin Cron MOB Outfield Daniel Palka CHA Outfield Dustin Peterson MIS Outfield Tyler O Neill JXN Outfield Zach Granite CHA Right-handed Pitcher Chih-Wei Hu MTG Left-handed Pitcher Ryan Yarbrough JXN Relief Pitcher Alejandro Chacin PNS Utility Chesny Young TNS Best Hustler Cade Gotta MTG FINALS (BEST OF FIVE) G1: Jackson 6 Mississippi 4 G2: Jackson 2 Mississippi 0 G3: Jackson 11 Mississippi 3 (Jackson Wins Series 3-0) WEEKLY HONORS Date Hitters of the Week Pitchers of the Week 4/7-17 Bijan Rademacher, TNS Austin Brice, JAX 4/18-24 Chesny Young, TNS Paul Blackburn, TNS 4/25-5/1 Phillip Ervin, PNS Tyler Danish, BIR 5/2-8 Brett Phillips, BLX Dylan Unsworth, JXN 5/9-15 Kevin Medrano, MOB Edgar Garcia, MOB 5/16-22 Jamie Westbrook, MOB Jacob Faria, MTG 5/23-29 Tyler O Neill, JXN Ryan Yarbrough, JXN 5/30-6/5 Brandon Dixon, PNS Anthony Banda, MOB 6/6-12 Daniel Palka, CHA Emilio Pagan, JXN 6/13-19 Dustin Peterson, MIS Anthony Banda, MOB 6/20-26 Courtney Hawkins, BIR Hunter Wood, MTG 6/27-7/3 Jake Bauers, MTG Brett Ash, JXN 7/4-10 Ozzie Albies, MIS Josh Taylor, MOB 7/11-17 Travis Denker, MOB Brandon Woodruff, BLX 7/18-24 Dustin Peterson, MIS Brandon Woodruff, BLX 7/25-31 Zach Vincej, PNS Sal Romano, PNS 8/1-7 Carlos Franco, MIS Ryan Yarbrough, JXN 8/8-14 Clint Coulter, BLX Jed Bradley, MIS 8/15-21 Brian Anderson, JAX Stephen Gonsalves, CHA 8/22-28 Lane Adams, TNS Taylor Jungmann, BLX 8/29-9/4 Niko Goodrum, CHA Sean Newcomb, MIS TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

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49 FRONT OFFICE 2017 STAFF BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chairman... Tom Ricketts Board of Directors...Pete Ricketts Board of Directors...Laura Ricketts Board of Directors... Todd Ricketts Board of Directors... Tribune Company BASEBALL OPERATIONS President, Baseball Operations...Theo Epstein Executive Vice President, General Manager... Jed Hoyer Assistant General Manager... Randy Bush Assistant General Manager... Shiraz Rehman Director, Pro Scouting/ Special Assistant to President/GM...Kyle Evans Director, Baseball Operations... Scott Harris Director, Research & Development... Chris Moore Assistant Director, Minor League Operations... Bobby Basham Senior Advisor...Billy Williams Special Assistant to the President / General Manager...Kerry Wood Special Assistant to the President / General Manager... Jason Parks Special Assistant to President & GM / Director, Major League Scouting...Kyle Evans Special Assistant to the General Manager/Director, International Scouting... Louis Eljaua Assistant Director, Pro Scouting...Andrew Bassett Supervisor, Pacific Rim Scouting/Special Assignment Professional Scout......Min Sung Coordinator, Major League Video / Pacific Liaison... Naoto Masamoto Coordinator, Scouting & P.D. Video... Mitchell Duggins Coordinator, Advance Scouting...Nate Halm Coordinator, Advance Scouting... Tommy Hottovy Assistant to the GM...Jeff Greenberg Mental Skills Coordinator... Darnell McDonald Executive Assistant to President / GM... Meghan Jones Traveling Secretary... Vijay Tekchandani Baseball System Architect... Ryan Kruse Assistant Director, Research & Development... Jeremy Greenhouse Assistant, Research & Development... Sean Ahmed Asisstant, Research & Development...Chris Jones Assistant, Research & Development......Bryan Cole Developer, Research and Development...Albert Lyu Assistant, Research and Development...Garrett Chiado Coordinator, Mental Skills...John Baker Coordinator, Baseball Operations...Greg Davey Baseball Operations Assistant...Alex Smith Assistant, Research and Development...Jacob Eisenberg Baseball Operations Trainee...John Pedrotty PLAYER DEVELOPMENT AND AMATEUR SCOUTING Senior Vice President, Player Development & Amateur Scouting... Jason McLeod Director, Player Development... Jaron Madison Director, Amateur Scouting... Matt Dorey Director, Mental Health Program... Joshua Lifrak Assistant Director, Amateur Scouting... Lukas McKnight Assistant Director, Player Development / International Scouting... Alex Suarez Latin America Field Coordinator...Dave Keller Minor League Field Coordinator... Tim Cossins Minor League Outfield Coordinator... Doug Dascenzo Minor League Pitching Coordinator...Jim Brower Minor League Infield Coordinator... Jose Flores Minor League Hitting Coordinator...Andy Haines National Crosschecker... Sam Hughes National Crosschecker... Ronald Tostenson Head Minor Athletic Training & Performance Coordinator...Nick Frangella Assistant Minor League Training Coordinator... Chuck Baughman Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coordinator... Doug Jarrow Latin Mental Skills Coordinator...Reynold Fuentes Coordinator, Minor League Administration... Derrick Fong Amateur Scouting Assistant...Ella Cahill Player Development / International Scouting Assistant... Kenny Socorro Equipment Manager...Dana Noeltner Minor League Assistant Clubhouse Manager... Sam DeChristoper RELATIONS Director, Media Relations...Peter Chase Assistant Director, Media Relations... Jason Carr Coordinator, Media Relations... FIELD STAFF Manager... Joe Maddon Hitting Coach... John Mallee Assistant Hitting Coach...Eric Hinske Pitching Coach... Chris Bosio First Base Coach...Brandon Hyde Third Base Coach... Gary Jones Bench Coach...Dave Martinez Bullpen Coach... Lester Strode Quality Control Coach... Henry Blanco Bullpen Catcher...Chad Noble Catching Coach... Mike Borzello TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

50 40-MAN ROSTER (AS OF MARCH 14, 2017) # Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB 37 Brett Anderson L/L 6'3" 230lbs 2/1/88 49 Jake Arrieta R/R 6'4" 225lbs 3/6/86 43 Jake Buchanan R/R 6'0" 235lbs 9/24/89 53 Eddie Butler R/R 6'2" 180lbs 3/13/91 71 Wade Davis R/R 6'5" 225lbs 9/7/85 32 Brian Duensing L/L 6'0" 200lbs 2/22/83 6 Carl Edwards Jr. R/R 6'3" 170lbs 9/3/91 52 Justin Grimm R/R 6'3" 210lbs 8/16/88 28 Kyle Hendricks R/R 6'3" 190lbs 12/7/89 41 John Lackey R/R 6'6" 235lbs 10/23/78 34 Jon Lester L/L 6'4" 240lbs 1/7/84 24 Alec Mills R/R 6'4" 190lbs 11/30/91 38 Mike Montgomery L/L 6'5" 215lbs 7/1/89 56 Hector Rondon R/R 6'3" 230lbs 2/26/88 62 Caleb Smith R/L 6'2" 205lbs 7/28/91 46 Pedro Strop R/R 6'1" 220lbs 6/13/85 19 Koji Uehara R/R 6'2" 195lbs 4/3/75 29 Rob Zastryzny R/L 6'3" 205lbs 3/26/92 FRONT OFFICE # Catchers B/T Ht Wt DOB 40 Willson Contreras R-R May 13, Miguel Montero L-R July 9, 1983 # Infielders B/T Ht Wt DOB 9 Javier Baez R/R 6'0" 190lbs 12/1/92 17 Kris Bryant R/R 6'5" 230lbs 1/4/92 7 Jeimer Candelario S/R 6'1" 210lbs 11/24/93 2 Tommy La Stella L/R 5'11" 180lbs 1/31/89 44 Anthony Rizzo L/L 6'3" 240lbs 8/8/89 27 Addison Russell R/R 6'0" 200lbs 1/23/94 18 Ben Zobrist S/R 6'3" 210lbs 5/26/81 # Outfielders B/T Ht Wt DOB 5 Albert Almora Jr. R/R 6'2" 190lbs 4/16/94 22 Jason Heyward L/L 6'5" 240lbs 8/9/89 30 Jon Jay L/L 5'11" 195lbs 3/15/85 12 Kyle Schwarber L/R 6'0" 235lbs 3/5/93 BOLD = Smokies alum * = played for Smokies on MLB Rehab Assignment TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 49

51 FRONT OFFICE TOP 30 PROSPECTS* Rank Name Pos. Ht Wt B/T Signed Draft School/Country 2016 Levels 1 Eloy Jimenez OF R/R 2013 FA Dominican Republic A+ 2 Ian Happ OF/2B B/R st Cincinnati AA 3 Albert Almora Jr. OF R/R st Mater Academy (Fla.) AAA, MLB 4 Dylan Cease RHP R/R th Milton HS (Ga.) SS 5 Jeimer Candelario 3B B/R 2010 FA Dominican Republic AA, AAA, MLB 6 Oscar De La Cruz RHP R/R 2012 FA Dominican Republic A- 7 Mark Zagunis OF R/R rd Virginia Tech AA, AAA 8 Trevor Clifton RHP R/R th Maryville HS (Tenn.) A+ 9 Jose Albertos RHP R/R 2015 FA Mexico R 10 D.J. Wilson OF L/L th Canton South HS, (OH) SS 11 Eddy Julio Martinez OF R/R 2015 FA Cuba A- 12 Thomas Hatch RHP R/R rd Oklahoma State DNP 13 Victor Caratini C B/R nd Miami-Dade JC (Fla.) AA 14 Chesny Young INF R/R th Mercer AA 15 Jose Paulino LHP L/L 2011 FA Dominican Republic SS, A- 16 Duane Underwood RHP R/R nd Pope HS (Ga.) A-, A+, AA 17 Aramis Ademan SS L/R 2015 FA Dominican Republic R 18 Carlos Sepulveda 2B L/R 2014 FA Mexico A- 19 Isaac Paredes SS R/R 2015 FA Mexico SS 20 Jose Rosario RHP R/R 2008 FA Dominican Republic A+, AA, AAA 21 Felix Pena RHP R/R 2009 FA Dominican Republic AAA, MLB 22 Alec Mills RHP R/R nd Tallahasse HS (Fla.) AA, AAA, MLB 23 Rob Zastryzny LHP R/L nd Missouri AA, AAA, MLB 24 Pierce Johnson RHP R/R st Missouri State AAA 25 Bryan Hudson LHP L/L nd Alton HS SS 26 Jacob Hannemann OF L/L rd Brigham Young AA 27 Ryan Williams RHP R/R th East Carolina AAA 28 Bailey Clark RHP R/R th Duke SS 29 P.J. Higgins C/1B R/R th Old Dominion A- 30 Preston Morrison RHP R/R th TCU A BEST TOOLS* Best Hitter for Average...Eloy Jimenez Best Power Hitter...Eloy Jimenez Best Strike-Zone Discipline... Mark Zagunis Fastest Baserunner... D.J. Wilson Best Athlete... Jacob Hannemann Best Fastball... Dylan Cease Best Curveball... Oscar de la Cruz Best Slider...Thomas Hatch Best Changeup...Jose Albertos Best Control... Zach Hedges Best Defensive Catcher... P.J. Higgins Best Defensive Infielder... Carlos Penalver Best Infield Arm... Jeimer Candelario Best Defensive Outfielder...Albert Almora Best Outfield Arm... Eddy Martinez * rankings according to Baseball America TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

52 2016 FINAL STATS TEAM BATTING STATS GAMES BY POSITION BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E Almora Jr., Albert Baez, Javier Bryant, Kris Candelario, Jeimer Coghlan, Chris Contreras, Wilson Federowicz, Tim Fowler, Dexter Heyward, Jason Kalish, Ryan La Stella, Tommy Montero, Miguel Rizzo, Anthony Ross, David Russell, Addison Schwarber, Kyle Soler, Jorge Szczur, Matt Zobrist, Ben Team Total FRONT OFFICE TEAM PITCHING STATS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD Arrieta, Jake Buchanan, Jake Cahill, Trevor Chapman, Aroldis Concepcion, Gerardo Edwards Jr., Carl Grimm, Justin Hammel, Jason Hendricks, Kyle Lackey, John Lester, John Matusz, Brian Montero, Miguel Montgomery, Mike Nathan, Joe Patton, Spencer Pena, Felix Peralta, Joe Ramirez, Neil Richard, Clayton Rondon, Hector Smith, Joe Strop, Pedro Warren, Adam Wood, Travis Zastryzny, Rob Team Total NATIONAL FINAL STANDINGS EAST W L PCT. GB HOME AWAY DIV. Washington Nationals New York Mets Miami Marlins Philadelphia Phillies Atlanta Braves CENTRAL W L PCT. GB HOME AWAY DIV. Chicago Cubs St. Louis Cardinals Pittsburgh Pirates Milwaukee Brewers Cincinnati Reds WEST W L PCT. GB HOME AWAY DIV. Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants Colorado Rockies Arizona Diamondbacks San Diego Padres TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 51

53 FRONT OFFICE SYSTEM TEAM LEADERS & STANDINGS BATTIING AVERAGE* Myrtle Beach Eloy Jimenez.329 Tennessee Chesny Young.303 Tennessee Victor Caratini.291 Iowa Mark Zagunis.288 Myrtle Beach Donnie Dewees.284 HOME RUNS Myrtle Beach Yasiel Balaguert 19 South Bend Matt Rose 17 Iowa Daniel Vogelbach 16 Tennessee Ian Happ 15 Myrtle Beach Ian Rice 15 WINS Tennessee Jonathan Martinez 13 Iowa Jake Buchanan 12 Myrtle Beach Preston Morrison 12 Myrtle Beach Erick Leal 11 Two others tied at 10 EARNED-RUN AVERAGE** Eugene Erling Moreno 1.88 Myrtle Beach Preston Morrison 2.11 Myrtle Beach Trevor Clifton 2.72 Tennessee Zach Hedges 2.75 South Bend Casey Bloomquist 3.00 RBI Myrtle Beach Yasiel Balaguert 96 Myrtle Beach Eloy Jimenez 81 Iowa Jeimer Candelario 77 Myrtle Beach Donnie Dewees 73 Tennessee Ian Happ 73 STRIKEOUTS Myrtle Beach Trevor Clifton 129 Myrtle Beach Preston Morrison 122 Iowa Rob Zastryzny 119 Iowa Drew Rucinski 116 South Bend Ryan Kellogg 107 STOLEN BASES Iowa John Andreoli 43 Myrtle Beach Jeffrey Baez 38 Myrtle Beach Donnie Dewees 31 Tennessee Jacob Hanneman 26 Two Others Tied at 23 * = Batting Average qualifiers require 2.7 PA / League Games ** = Earned-Run Average qualifiers require 0.8 IP / League Games SAVES Myrtle Beach Ryan McNeil 22 Iowa Corey Black 14 Iowa Jose Rosario 14 Tennessee James Farris 13 Two others tied at MINOR STANDINGS TEAM POSITION W L PCT. GB Iowa Pacific Coast League (Triple-A) Third Tennessee Southern League (Double-A) Fifth (1st Half) Fourth (2nd Half) Fourth (Overall) Myrtle Beach Carolina League (High-A) Second (1st Half) First (2nd Half) Second (Overall) South Bend Midwest League (Low-A) First (1st Half) Second (2nd Half) T-1st (Overall) Eugene* Northwest League (Short-Season) First (1st Half) First (2nd Half) First (Overall) Cubs Arizona League (Rookie) First (1st Half) Fifth (2nd Half) Fourth (Overall) *Eugene first in Northwest League TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

54 ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS TEAM BATTING TEAM BATTING AVG AB R H HR BB SO SB CS Iowa South Bend Tennessee Myrtle Beach Eugene AZL Cubs BATTING TOP TEN (MINIMUM 2.7 PA / TEAM GAME) BATTER CLUB AVG G AB R H HR RBI Jimenez, Eloy MB Polanco, Gustavo CUB Young, Chesny TNS Caratini, Victor TNS Zagunis, Mark IOW Dewees, Donnie MB Ayala, Luis CUB Higgins, P.J. SB Candelario, Jeimer IOW Garcia, Robert EUG.283 HOME RUNS Balaguert, Yasiel MB 19 Rose, Matt SB 17 Vogelbach, Daniel IOW 16 HAPP, IAN TN 15 Rice, Ian MB 15 BATTING DEPARTMENTAL LEADERS RBI Balaguert, Yasiel MB 96 Jimenez, Eloy MB 81 Candelario, Jeimer IOW 77 TEAM PITCHING TEAM PITCHING W-L ERA H CG SHO SV HR BB SO Eugene South Bend Myrtle Beach AZL Cubs Tennessee Iowa PITCHING TOP TEN (MINIMUM 0.8 IP / TEAM GAME) PITCHER CLUB W-L ERA IP H BB SO Moreno, Erling EUG Morrison, Preston MB Clifton, Trevor MB Hedges, Zach TNS Bloomquist, Casey SB Kellogg, Ryan SB Markey, Brad TNS Stinnett, Jake MB Martinez, Jonathan TNS Tseng, Jen-Ho TNS PITCHING DEPARTMENTAL LEADERS WINS Ryan Williams TNS 14 Carlos Pimentel IOW 12 Erick Leal SB 10 Daury Torrez MB 10 Jonathan Martinez MB 9 SAVES Brian Schlitter IOW 23 P.J. Francescon IOW 22 Jasvir Rakkar MB 16 James Farris MB 9 Corbin Hoffner SB 9 STRIKEOUTS Felix Pena TNS 140 Carlos Pimentel IOW 118 Trevor Clifton SB 103 Corey Black TNS 101 Ryan Williams TNS 98 FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 53

55 FRONT OFFICE TEAM BATTING STATS IOWA (TRIPLE-A) Location... Des Moines, Iowa Affiliate Since Ballpark... Principal Park (11,500) Opened League...Pacific Coast League Website... President / GM...Sam Bernabe Broadcaster...Randy Wehofer Media Relations... Shelby Cravens Division...PCL American Northern 2015 Record (.479), 3rd Manager...Marty Pevey Pitching Coach... Rod Nichols Hitting Coach...Desi Wilson Assistant Coach...Leonel Perez Trainer... Shane Nelson GAMES BY POSITION BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E Alcantara, Arismendy Amendolare, Angelo Andreoli, John Baez, Javier Baxter, Mike Berry, Quintin Bonifacio, Emilio Brockmeyer, Cael Brown, Kevin Bryant, Kris Carlin, Luke Caro, Roberto Chambers, Adron Cuevas, Varonex Davis, Taylor Dent, Ryan Giansanti, Anthony Lake, Junior La Stella, Tommy Lopez, Rafael Mota, Jonathan Olt, Mike Schwarber, Kyle Silva, Rubi Soler, Jorge Szczur, Matt Teagarden, Taylor Valaika, Chris Villanueva, Christian Team Total TEAM PITCHING STATS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD Antigua, Jeffry Batista, Frank Beeler, Dallas Britton, Drake Buchter, Ryan Cahill, Trevor Cervenka, Hunter Cooper, Blake Cruz, Fernando Edwards Jr., Carl Francescon, P.J Germen, Gonzalez Grimm, Justin Ihrig, Tyler Jokisch, Eric Loux, Barret Medina, Yoervis Negrin, Yoanner Ortiz, Joe Parker, Blake Paulino, Felipe Pimentel, Carlos Ramirez, Neil Richard, Clayton Rivero, Armando Roach, Donn Rosscup, Zac Rowen, Ben Russell, James Santiago, Andres Schlereth, Daniel Schlitter, Brian Soriano, Rafael Wada, Tsuyoshi Wagner, Michael Team Total TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

56 MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS (HIGH-A) Location...Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Affiliate Since Ballpark... TicketReturn.com Field (6,599) Opened League... Carolina League Website... Chairman/Managing Partner... Chuck Greenberg President/GM...Andy Milovich Broadcaster/Media Relations...Scott Kornberg Division...CAR Southern st Half Record (.514), 2nd nd Half Record (.667), 1st 2016 Overall Record (.589), 2nd Manager...Buddy Bailey Pitching Coach...Anderson Tavarez Hitting Coach...Guillermo Martinez Assistant Coach...Ty Wright Trainer...Toby Williams MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS TEAM BATTING STATS GAMES BY POSITION BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E Amaya, Gioskar Baez, Jeffery Baleguert, Yasiel Bote, Davd Brockmeyer, Cael Burkes, Charcer Castillo, Erick Crawford, Rashad Dewees, Donnie Dunston Jr., Shawon Ely, Andrew Flete, Bryant Happ, Ian Hodges, Jesse Lockhart, Daniel Martin, Trey Pearson, Tyler Rice, Ian Spingola, Daniel Torres, Gleyber Vosler, Jason Team Total FRONT OFFICE MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS TEAM PITCHING STATS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD Araujo, Pedro Berg, David Brooks, Craig Clifton, Trevor Effross, Scott Farris, James Hedges, Zach Ihring, Tyler Leal, Erick Lewis, Daniel Maples, Dillon Martinez, Jonathan McNeil, Ryan Minch, Jordan Morrison, Preston Nance, Tommy Norwood, James Null, Jeremy Pearson, Tyler Pugliese, James Rosario, Jose Stinnett, Jake Thorpe, Tommy Torrez, Daury Underwood Jr.,Duane Wagner, Michael Team Total TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 55

57 FRONT OFFICE SOUTH BEND (LOW-A) Location... South Bend, Indiana Affiliate Since Ballpark... Four Winds Field (5,000) Opened League...Midwest League Website... Owner/Chairman... Andrew Berlin Broadcaster... Dave Pritchett Media Relations...Chris Hagstrom-Jones Division... MWL Eastern st Half Record (.594), 1st nd Half Record (.614), 2nd 2016 Overall Record (.604), 2nd Manager... Jimmy Gonzalez Pitching Coach...Brian Lawrence Hitting Coach... Jimmy Farrell Assistant Coach...Jonathan Mota Trainer...Logan Severson SOUTH BEND TEAM BATTING STATS GAMES BY POSITION BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E Alamo, Tyler Caro, Roberto Castillo, Erick Dewees, Donnie Ely, Andrew Flete, Bryant Fowler, Dexter Higgins, P.J Hodges, Jesse Jimenez, Eloy Machin, Vimael Martinez, Eddy Mineo, Alberto Monasterio, Andruw Myers, Connor Paniagua, Jose Paredes, Isaac Paula, Adonis Rice, Ian Rose, Matt Sepulveda, Carlos Silver, Josh Springola, Daniel Tidaback, Sam Whiting, Sutton Team Total SOUTH BEND TEAM PITCHING STATS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD Alzolay, Adbert Araujo, Pedro Bloomquist, Casey Brooks, Craig Cheek, Jared De La Cruz, Oscar Effross, Scott Eregua, Greyfer Frazier, Scott Griggs, Tanner Kellogg, Ryan Malave, Mark Maples, Dillon Miller, Kyle Morrison, Preston Nance, Tommy Norwood, James Paulino, Jose Peitzmeier, Tyler Sands, Carson Steele, Justin Twomey, Kyle Underwood Jr., Duane Wagner, Michael Williamson, John Team Total TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

58 EUGENE EMERALDS (SHORT-SEASON) Location... Eugene, Oregon Affiliate Since Ballpark... PK Park (3,500) Opened League...Northwest League Website... Owner...Elmore Sports Group, Ltd. General Manager...Allan Benavides Asst. GM/Broadcaster... Matt Dompe Division... NWL South st Half Record (.737), 1st nd Half Record (.684), 1st 2016 Overall Record (.711), 1st Manager...Jesus Feliciano Pitching Coach... David Rosario Hitting Coach... Juan Cabreja Assistant Coach... Gary Van Tol Trainer... James Edwards EUGENE EMERALDS TEAM BATTING STATS GAMES BY POSITION BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E Bautista, Alex Bruno, Stephen Davis, Taylor Foster, Michael Galindo, Wladimir Garcia, Robert Giambrone, Trent Gonzalez, Jose Machin, Vimael Marcano, Ricardo Mastrobuoni, Marcus Mineo, Alberto Mitchell, Kevante Monasterio, Andruw Myers, Connor Paniagua, Jose Payne, Tyler Peguero, Yeiler Pieters, Chris Rose, Matt Short, Zack Tidaback, Sam Wilson, D.J Team Total EUGENE EMERALDS TEAM PITCHING STATS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD Brink, Jordan Carter, Jed Castillo, Jesus Cease, Dylan Cheek, Jared Clark, Bailey Conway, Josh De La Cruz, Oscar De Los Rios, Enrique Diaz, Andin Foster, Michael Frazier, Scott Hockin, Chad Huberman, Marc Hudson, Bryan Knighton, Michael Lewis, Daniel Malave, Mark Mekkes, Dakota Miller, Tyson Minacci, M.T Moreno, Erling Nance, Tommy Paulino, Jose Peitzmeier, Tyler Robinson, Duncan Rondon, Manuel Rucker, Michael Santana, Alex Short, Wyatt Silverio, Pedro Team Total FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 57

59 FRONT OFFICE MESA (ROOKIE) Location...Mesa, Arizona Affiliate Since Ballpark...Fitch Park Opened League...Midwest League Website... None Administrator...Dick Cummings Broadcaster... None Media Relations... None Division... AZL East st Half Record (.571), 1st nd Half Record (.429), 5th 2016 Overall Record (.500), 4th Manager... Carmelo Martinez Pitching Coach...Armando Gabino Hitting Coach...Osmin Melendez Assistant Coach...Leo Perez Trainer... Sean Folan MESA BATTING STATS GAMES BY POSITION BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E Ayala, Luis Bethancourt, Jhonny Cruz, Michael Davis, Zach Diaz, Carlos Fioteli, Tolly Gonzalez, Erick Gonzalez, Jose Kwon, Kwang-Min Matos, Yohan Mejia, Rafael Myers, Connor Paredes, Isaac Paula, Adonis Pereda, Jhonny Polanco, Gustavo Reyes, Ruben Rondon, Edgar Short, Zack Tidaback, Sam Zamudio, Kevin Zinn, Delvin Team Total MESA PITCHING STATS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD Albertos, Jose Aquino, Luis Assad, Javier Brink, Jordan Cammack, Holden Carter, Jed Clark, Bailey Conway, Josh Crow, Aaron De La Cruz, Oscar De Los Rios, Enrique Diaz, Andin Fife, Stephen Freeman, Colton Gomez, Yapson Griggs, Tanner Huberman, Marc Leal, Erick Leathersich, Jack Leidenz, Jose Marte, Junior Matos, Yohan Matusz, Brian Mekkes, Dakota Miller, Tyson Moreno, Erling Ochoa, Pablo Palma, Eugenio Riefenhauser, C.J Robinson, Duncan Rondon, Andry Rucker, Michael Son, Ho-young Swarmer, Matt Sweeney, Nathan Underwood Jr., Duane Team Total TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

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61 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES HISTORY HISTORY OF THE TENNESSEE SMOKIES BASEBALL TEAM In 1896, famed Cardinals infielder Rogers Hornsby was only a newborn. That same year saw the crowning of the last Czar of Russia, the discovery of gold in both the Klondike and in Alabama, and the first intercollegiate basketball game also gave East Tennesseans their first chance to taste professional baseball. The Knoxville Indians took up residence at Baldwin Park for a period of two years, starting what would become a lengthy and rich tradition in the Knoxville area. The original Knoxville professional baseball team packed the stands, drawing upwards of 3,000 cheering spectators, who paid roughly 75 cents to watch the games at Baldwin Park. The Reds followed the Indians into the upper-eastern third of the state after a four-year baseball drought that began in 1898 and ended when play resumed in The Reds remained in place, thrilling early baseball fans in Knoxville for four seasons. No records for this team are available at the present time, but it is interesting to note that the squad played in three different associations over its four year existence, including the Appalachian League for two seasons ( ), the Tennessee-Alabama League (1904) and the Tennessee-Alabama-Georgia League (1905). Once again, however, what would become the American Pastime couldn t flourish in East Tennessee. The Reds ceased playing in 1906, leaving the Knoxville area without a baseball team until the 1909 season. That year, the game returned to Knoxville in the form Bill Meyer Stadium sat in the same location as Caswell Park ( ), Smithson Stadium ( ) and Chapman Hy. Park (1954). Its original name was Municipal Stadium, but was named for Meyer after his death in 1957 of the Appalachians of the South Atlantic League. Baldwin Park, which served both the Indians and the Reds as Knoxville s ballpark, was not the home of the newly formed Appalachians. Instead, the team made the move to Chilhowee Park, a stadium that would host minor league baseball for the next six seasons. The 1909 edition of the Appalachians recorded a mark, finishing fifth in the league. The team once again took part in the Southeastern Association, leaving the South Atlantic League after just one year. The 1910 Appalachians played Knoxville s final season as a member of the Southeastern League, making the 1896 and 1897 Indians squads the only other teams to travel the that circuit. In 1911, the Appalachians were recognized by the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues. That season also saw another switch in league affiliations, with the Appalachians joining the Appalachian League. For the next eight seasons, Chillhowee Park hosted Appy League games. In 1912, the Knoxville-area squad changed names, reverting back to the Reds moniker. The eight Appy League seasons would not be played one after the other, however, lasting just four seasons from The sport returned to the region again in 1921, when the Pioneers resumed Knoxville s membership in the Appalachian League and began playing at Caswell Park. The new location served the East Tennessee city s needs for a very long stretch. Even though different stadiums and parks sat on the land, the physical location hosted Minor League Baseball through the end of the 1999 season. Caswell Park hosted the Pioneers for four seasons until the team switched names, this time taking the name that the team is known by today, the Smokies. The newly named club didn t stop at changing just its name, however, because the Smokies re-teamed with the Sally league in 1925 for a completely new identity. The team managed to pound out five seasons in the hot Southern sun before the Great Depression of 1930 forced baseball to die away in the Knoxville area. The city tasted the success of three first-place seasons, with the Appy League in 1923 and 1924 and again in 1929 in the Sally League. The Sally League Championship was hard earned for the Smokies, who defeated Asheville for the title. John Walker and L. Bates dominated on the hill during the championship run, combining for a record. Pitching alone doesn t win championships, even though the team had more than enough. The 1929 championship squad also had plenty of offense. Elwood Smith, Boob McNair and Frank Waddey were team leaders who hit.322,.391 and.354, respectively during the championship run. The citizens of Knoxville were ready for baseball s return in 1930, but that return would have to wait for one season. W. N. Smithson, an outspoken local councilman, loudly voiced his support for a TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

62 SMOKIES HISTORY new baseball stadium and eventually won his battle. The Smokies returned to the diamond in Knoxville at the newly constructed Smithson Stadium, named for the man who brought baseball back to Knoxville. The Smokies played for 13 successful seasons at Smithson Stadium until World War II. The Smokies folded in 1944, along with many baseball teams, due to the massive amount of manpower needed to fight the Axis Powers. With victories over both the Germans and the Japanese, peace returned to Europe and the Pacific, as did baseball to cities all across America. As the nation tried to return to normal, baseball flourished in Knoxville. Bill Meyer, a Knoxville native who was the backstop for the Appalachians in 1910, managed the club during the 1940s and won National League Manager of the Year honors in In 48, the first-year Pirates manager skippered his team to fourth in the NL thanks to a 21-game improvement in the win column. The Smokies records from 1946 to 1954 are missing, but during that stretch the team collected four first-place finishes in the Tri-State League while playing at Smithson Stadium. The Smokies took a detour through the Mountain State league in 1953 before returning for their swan-song season in the Tri-State League in In 1955, baseball again disappeared from the map in Knoxville after two straight first-place finishes in two different leagues. The Knoxville Smokies called Smithson Stadium home until 1953, when it burned to the ground. The city decided to build a 6,700 seat stadium on the same grounds, naming the new facility Municipal Stadium. The $500,000 facility was renamed after the famed former Appalachian Bill Meyer in 1957 as a result of his death that same year. The Smokies continued to play in the South Atlantic League, or the Sally League until 1964, when the S.A.L. changed names and became the Southern League. The Sally League moved up to Double-A in 1963, which became the catalyst for it s members to rename it the Southern League, a move that was due to the fact that the league wanted to distance itself from Class A ball. Knoxville s first few runs through the Southern League as a Reds affiliate were rough. During the four-year initial run, the charter member never finished above fourth place and twice finished lower than sixth place. Before Cincinnati moved it s Double-A affiliate to Asheville, N.C. after the 1967 season, the Knoxville club only managed to draw 21,390 fans-- the lowest total amount in Smokies history. The 50s and 60s, Knoxville saw some of the top talent in the minors, both between the lines and in the dugout. One of the American Pastime s greatest minds, Earl Weaver, managed the BILL MEYER ( ) Bill Meyer broke into professional baseball in 1910 with the Knoxville Appalachians as a catcher. Prior to his professional career, the Knoxvillian played high school ball at Knoxville High. Meyer logged time in the bigs, as well. In , he called the pitches from behind the plate for the White Sox and the A s. Meyer spent 16 seasons managing in the New York Yankees system, and was even offered the chance to skipper the 1946 New York Squad. Meyer turned down the opportunity, however, due to a heart attack that he suffered prior to the Yankees offering him the position. Meyer did manage at the Major League level, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates from He finished his playing career with 113 games under his belt, homering once with 21 RBIs while carrying a.236 clip at the plate. As a manager, Meyer compiled a mark, winning 41.2 percent of his games. SMOKIES STADIUMS Baldwin Park Chilhowee Park Caswell Park Smithson Stadium Chapman Hwy. Park Municipal Stadium Smokies Stadium Present Smokies in the late 1950s. The former Smokies second baseman led the club to an improved record in 1957 that followed a campaign that mustered only 53 wins during the previous year. The Smokies even had a hand in the 1968 Detroit Tigers championship team. Bill Freehan, Mickey Stanley, Jim Northrup, along with pitchers Mickey Lolich and Fred Gladding all graced the diamond in Knoxville and all were vital members of the Tigers championship squad. After a brief break that lasted through the 1971 season, Knoxville stormed back into the Southern League, winning championships in 1972 and The first three years that baseball was back in Knoxville saw three straight winning seasons. Over that stretch, the newly named Knoxville White Sox compiled an overall mark of for a.694 winning percentage. With success on the field of nearly 70-percent, it s tough not to win a pennant. The first title in 45 years came in 1974 as the Knox Sox took advantage of the offensive talents of outfielder Nyls Nyman. Nyman led the SL in the championship season in four different categories: batting average, hits, FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 61

63 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES HISTORY runs and triples, finishing with a.325 clip at the plate. Players weren t the only shining stars in 74. Sox skipper Jim Napier earned the respect of those that followed SL baseball, capturing manager of the year honors for his squad s impressive campaign. The Sox finished third during the season but excelled in the playoffs. Knoxville eventually defeated Jacksonville 3-2 in the best-of-five series to win the SL pennant. The success of the 70s continued with another pennant in This time a young manager would steal the headlines in the season s first half. Anthony La Russa, Jr., skippered the squad for the first 70 games, crushing SL foes in the process en route to a West Division title. Tony La Russa s minor league managerial career was short lived. Just eight games into the second half of the 1978 season, La Russa left the team. He was back in the dugout in 1979, first at Triple-A Iowa and next in the American League with Chicago. His career in Major League Baseball included stops in Chicago, Oakland and St. Louis. La Russa guided three straight Oakland teams to World Series appearances ranging from , earning one World Series ring for winning the 1989 October Classic. He would also go on to win a pair of titles with the Cardinals. The 1978 Knoxville Sox dominance didn t end when La Russa left. Manager Joe Jones guided the team home to a second half title and the SL Championship, which also gave the Sox a bye in first round of the playoffs and straight-shot to the championship series. With an mark and a 2-1 series win over Savannah, Knoxville was at the top of the Double-A Southern League, drawing in more than 81,000 fans to Bill Meyer Stadium- the most since the 1962 campaign when the team drew more than 90,000 spectators. In 1980, the Knoxville club began a long relationship with the American League s north-of-theborder presence: the Toronto Blue Jays. The Sox changed names once again, this time taking the name of the parent club. Success in the 80s did not come easy for the K-Jays, who finished last in the 10-team Southern League in both 1980 and The 1982 squad made the playoffs after winning the first half in the West Division, but failed to advance past Nashville in the first round of the playoffs. The Blue Jays made the playoffs a total of four times during the 1980s, making three straight appearances from The 84 squad made it to the finals with a 3-1 series win over the Nashville Sounds, but couldn t muscle past Charlotte, losing the series and a shot at a title, 3-0. The 1985 and 86 squads both suffered first-round losses to Huntsville, with each series favoring the Stars threegames-to-one. The 1990s brought change to the Toronto Double-A affiliate. In 1993, the Blue Jays ended a run that lasted more than a decade, reverting back to the Smokies moniker for the first time since The Smokies were owned by the Blue Jays for a period of eight years until Don Beaver bought the team from the Major League club in Bill Meyer Stadium served the Knoxville area and Minor League Baseball well, but in the 90s the facility was showing its age as one of the oldest ballparks in the Southern League. The Smokies began the process of finding a new home. The late Knoxville Sox manager Tony LaRussa (right) chats with one of his players during the 1974 season at Bill Meyer Stadium. La Russa skippered the Knoxville club to a mark in the first half of the 74 season, but left eight games into the second half. EAST TENN. BASEBALL NICKNAMES Indians , Reds Appalachians Pioneers , 1993-Pres Smokies White Sox Blue Jays 1990s will forever be marked in Smokies history as a turbulent period as it became painfully apparent, after exhausting all options, that the Tennessee affiliate of the Blue Jays would have to look outside the city limits of Knoxville and even Knox County to find a new home. The City of Sevierville welcomed the chance to host its first-ever professional sports team in 1999 with the approval of a brand new, state-of-theart facility. Elected officials from both the city and Sevier County pushed the $19.4 million facility through and in 2000 the Tennessee Smokies opened the ballpark located just off Interstate 40 at exit 407. With the 1999 season in the rearview mirror, the club opened Smokies Park with a 10-7 win over arch-rival Chattanooga. Tennessee wasn t finished with the sweeping changes, however. At the conclusion of the 2002 season, the Smokies ended their longtime relationship with Toronto. The run with the Blue Jays lasted for 22 years before the Smokies ushered out one bird for another. The St. Louis Cardinals were on deck for the 03 season TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

64 SMOKIES HISTORY In the first year of the player development contract between St. Louis and Tennessee, the Smokies made the playoffs for the first time since the 1999 season. The Cardinals farmhands did even better in After winning the first half of the season, Mark DeJohn s Smokies coasted in the second half and headed into a match-up against Chattanooga in the Eastern Division Championship Series. The Lookouts were favored by some in the EDCS due to the fact that they were playing well heading into the series, but the Smokies pounced on the red and white squad, taking the series 3-games-to-1. After such a hardfought series, the Smokies were ready for a showdown with Mobile for the SL crown. Tennessee, however, never had the opportunity to face the BayBears due to Hurricane Ivan. Southern League President Don Mincher made the decision to cancel the series rather than risk lives and property, so Mobile and Tennessee were declared co-champs. It was the fourth championship for the Knoxville area and a fitting end to the Cardinals short run in East Tennessee. In 2005, the Smokies made the switch from St. Louis to Arizona. The Diamondbacks farmhands finished their inaugural SL campaign with a record of 64-76, and their second season with a record. After two years with the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Smokies are now affiliated with the Chicago Cubs and scored a wildcard playoff birth thanks to a finish in In 2009, under the guidance of Manager and Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg, the Smokies returned to the Southern League Championship Series. The Smokies collected the second half North Division Championship Series. The Smokies KNOXVILLE / EAST TENN. CHAMPIONSHIPS 1924 Appalachian League def. Bristol 4-1 (one tie) 1929 South Atlantic League def. Asheville 1953 Mountain States League def. Maryville-Alcoa Tri-State League def. Asheville Southern League def. Jacksonville Southern League def. Savannah Southern League co-champions w/ Huntsville (cancelled due to Hurricane Ivan) clinched the series with a 3-1 series win in Game 4 at Smokies Park. Tennessee faced Jacksonville in the Southern League Championship Series, but fell three games to one to give the championship to the Suns proved to be a repeat of the 2009 season. The Smokies won both halves and then defeated West Tenn 3-1 in the North Division Series to set up a rematch with Jacksonville. Tennessee won game one but blew an early lead in game 2 at Smokies Park that fueled the Suns series momentum. The series again was decided 3-1 giving Jacksonville back-to-back Southern League titles over the Smokies. Tennessee continued their winning ways in 2011, winning the first half with Major League veteran Brian Harper at the helm. It was the club s fourth consecutive victory in a half, a Southern League record. The club ended their campaign with a clip and a playoff series win over Chattanooga to reach the Southern League Championship series for the third straight year. Unfortunately for Tennessee, the team ran into a red-hot Mobile BayBears squad, and lost 3-2 in the five-game series to the champion BayBears. After missing the postseason in 2012, the Smokies returned to the Southern League playoffs in 2013 after a scorching second half that was keyed by the arrival of heralded shortstop Javier Baez. Baez blasted 20 home runs and drove in 54 runs in his 54 contests in a Smokies uniform, leading the club to a second half mark, easily topping the Jackson Generals by nine games also saw history made by southpaw Eric Jokisch, who no-hit the Jacksonville Suns on August 6 at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, the 12th no-hitter in club history and first individual nine-inning no-no since Gerardo Garcia accomplished the feat in In a hard-fought Divisional Series round with the first half champion Birmingham Barons, the Smokies fell in the fifth and deciding game of the series despite the Smokies comeback from a two games to none deficit in the series. The Barons would go on to top the Mobile BayBears in the Championship Series to claim their sixth league title. The 2014 edition saw many of the top prospects in baseball wear a Smokies uniform, including Kris Bryant, who ripped apart Southern League pitching in the first half, going on to win the circuit s Home Run Derby at the All-Star Break before being promoted to Triple-A Iowa. In addition to Bryant, other top Cubs farmhands such as Addison Russell, Carl Edwards Jr., Jorge Soler, Albert Almora Jr. and Pierce Johnson all saw action in the campaign. Injuries derailed what looked to be a promising season, however, as the Smokies compiled a record and missed the postseason. The club, however, did make history, setting a new single-season attendance record by welcoming 283,038 fans through the turnstiles of Smokies Stadium. In 2015, The Smokies pieced together a tremendous season. However, Tennessee failed to reach the postseason for the second straight season. Behind top prospects Kyle Schwarber, Dan Vogelbach, Billy McKinney and Cubs Player of the Year Willson Contreras and Pitcher of the Year Ryan Williams, the Smokies finished with the fourth best overall record in the Southern League. As well, Tennessee set a Smokies Stadium single-game attendance record three times, including the current standard of 8,766 fans on July 24, The 2016 Smokies team had many former players, including Kris Bryant, who went on to win the National League MVP, Addison Russell, and Kyle Schwarber be main catalysts for the 2016 World Series Champions Chicago Cubs. Even with not posting the best of records at 58-81, the club, however, did set the single-season attendance record as 293,694 fans visited the ballpark last season. FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 63

65 FRONT OFFICE KNOXVILLE BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR HISTORY Year Name League (Class) W-L Pct Finish Att Stadium 1896 Indians Southeastern (NO AVAIL.) Baldwin Park 1897 Indians Southeastern st Baldwin Park NO TEAM 1902 Reds Appalachian (NO AVAIL.) 1903 Reds Appalachian (NO AVAIL.) 1904 Reds Tenn-Alabama st Baldwin Park 1905 Reds TN-Alab-Georgia (NO AVAIL.) NO TEAM 1909 Appalachians South Atlantic (B) th Chilhowee Park 1910 Appalachians Southeastern (D) st Chilhowee Park 1911 Appalachians Appalachian (D) nd Chilhowee Park 1912 Reds Appalachian (D) nd Chilhowee Park 1913 Reds Appalachian (D) nd Chilhowee Park 1914 Reds Appalachian (D) th Chilhowee Park NO TEAM 1921 Pioneers Appalachian (D) th Caswell Park 1922 Pioneers Appalachian (D) th Caswell Park 1923 Pioneers Appalachian (D) st Caswell Park 1924 Pioneers Appalachian (D) st Caswell Park 1925 Smokies South Atlantic (B) th Caswell Park 1926 Smokies South Atlantic (B) th Caswell Park 1927 Smokies South Atlantic (B) rd Caswell Park 1928 Smokies South Atlantic (B) th Caswell Park 1929 Smokies South Atlantic (B) st Caswell Park 1930 NO TEAM 1931 Smokies Southern Assoc th 79,733 Smithson Stadium 1932 Smokies Southern Assoc th 57,780 Smithson Stadium 1933 Smokies Southern Assoc th 65,467 Smithson Stadium 1934 Smokies Southern Assoc th 70,255 Smithson Stadium 1935 Smokies Southern Assoc th 52,239 Smithson Stadium 1936 Smokies Southern Assoc th 78,275 Smithson Stadium 1937 Smokies Southern Assoc th 51,879 Smithson Stadium 1938 Smokies Southern Assoc th 70,249 Smithson Stadium 1939 Smokies Southern Assoc th 116,591 Smithson Stadium 1940 Smokies Southern Assoc th 68,782 Smithson Stadium 1941 Smokies Southern Assoc th 71,921 Smithson Stadium 1942 Smokies Southern Assoc th 46,635 Smithson Stadium 1943 Smokies Southern Assoc th 73,649 Smithson Stadium NO TEAM 1946 Smokies Tri-State (B) nd 85,926 Smithson Stadium 1947 Smokies Tri-State (B) rd 101,189 Smithson Stadium 1948 Smokies Tri-State (B) th 95,164 Smithson Stadium 1949 Smokies Tri-State (B) th 94,809 Smithson Stadium 1950 Smokies Tri-State (B) st 150,396 Smithson Stadium 1951 Smokies Tri-State (B) th 55,142 Smithson Stadium 1952 Smokies Tri-State (B) th 50,638 Smithson Stadium 1953 Smokies Mountain State (D) nd 36,255 Smithson Stadium 1954 Smokies Tri-State (B) nd 77,975 Chapman Hwy Park 1955 NO TEAM 1956 Smokies South Atlantic (A) th 63,397 Municipal Stadium 1957 Smokies South Atlantic (A) th 97,751 Bill Meyer Stadium 1958 Smokies South Atlantic (A) th 64,552 Bill Meyer Stadium 1959 Smokies South Atlantic (A) st 108,633 Bill Meyer Stadium 1960 Smokies South Atlantic (A) th 84,451 Bill Meyer Stadium 1961 Smokies South Atlantic (A) nd 66,312 Bill Meyer Stadium 1962 Smokies South Atlantic (A) nd 90,089 Bill Meyer Stadium 1963 Smokies South Atlantic (AA) th 43,894 Bill Meyer Stadium 1964 Smokies Southern (AA) th 41,803 Bill Meyer Stadium 1965 Smokies Southern (AA) th 35,449 Bill Meyer Stadium 1966 Smokies Southern (AA) th 28,101 Bill Meyer Stadium 1967 Smokies Southern (AA) th 21,390 Bill Meyer Stadium NO TEAM 1972 White Sox Southern (AA) th 67,942 Bill Meyer Stadium 1973 White Sox Southern (AA) th 33,604 Bill Meyer Stadium 1974 White Sox Southern (AA) rd 52,432 Bill Meyer Stadium 1975 White Sox Southern (AA) th 43,730 Bill Meyer Stadium 1976 White Sox Southern (AA) th 39,367 Bill Meyer Stadium 1977 White Sox Southern (AA) th 34,398 Bill Meyer Stadium TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

66 KNOXVILLE BASEBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR HISTORY Year Name League (Class) W-L Pct Finish Att Stadium 1978 White Sox Southern (AA) st 81,169 Bill Meyer Stadium 1979 White Sox Southern (AA) th 52,310 Bill Meyer Stadium 1980 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 52,656 Bill Meyer Stadium 1981 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 66,403 Bill Meyer Stadium 1982 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 84,541 Bill Meyer Stadium 1983 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 107,304 Bill Meyer Stadium 1984 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 100,556 Bill Meyer Stadium 1985 Blue Jays Southern (AA) st 108,952 Bill Meyer Stadium 1986 Blue Jays Southern (AA) rd 109,371 Bill Meyer Stadium 1987 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 124,038 Bill Meyer Stadium 1988 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 87,724 Bill Meyer Stadium 1989 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 69,776 Bill Meyer Stadium 1990 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 82,676 Bill Meyer Stadium 1991 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 124,038 Bill Meyer Stadium 1992 Blue Jays Southern (AA) th 90,388 Bill Meyer Stadium 1993 Smokies Southern (AA) th 147,319 Bill Meyer Stadium 1994 Smokies Southern (AA) th 145,064 Bill Meyer Stadium 1995 Smokies Southern (AA) th 123,428 Bill Meyer Stadium 1996 Smokies Southern (AA) th 142,538 Bill Meyer Stadium 1997 Smokies Southern (AA) rd 138,389 Bill Meyer Stadium 1998 Smokies Southern (AA) th 122,886 Bill Meyer Stadium 1999 Smokies Southern (AA) th 119,571 Bill Meyer Stadium 2000 Smokies Southern (AA) rd 256,149 Smokies Stadium 2001 Smokies Southern (AA) nd 266,037 Smokies Stadium 2002 Smokies Southern (AA) rd 268,033 Smokies Stadium 2003 Smokies Southern (AA) th 256,597 Smokies Stadium 2004 Smokies Southern (AA) st 253,756 Smokies Stadium 2005 Smokies Southern (AA) th 241,163 Smokies Stadium 2006 Smokies Southern (AA) th 255,906 Smokies Stadium 2007 Smokies Southern (AA) nd 258,121 Smokies Stadium 2008 Smokies Southern (AA) th 250,209 Smokies Stadium 2009 Smokies Southern (AA) rd 252,011 Smokies Stadium 2010 Smokies Southern (AA) st 262,415 Smokies Stadium 2011 Smokies Southern (AA) st 265,341 Smokies Stadium 2012 Smokies Southern (AA) rd 251,112 Smokies Stadium 2013 Smokies Southern (AA) st 244,984 Smokies Stadium 2014 Smokies Southern (AA) nd 283,048 Smokies Stadium 2015 Smokies Southern (AA) rd 277,606 Smokies Stadium 2016 Smokies Southern (AA) th 293,694 Smokies Stadium FRONT OFFICE ALL-TIME All-Time Known Composite Record...6,861-7,140 (.490) Composite Record Since ,839-7,130 (.489) Southern League Record (since 1964)...3,531-3,686 (.492) Smokies Stadium Era Record (since 2000)...1,186-1,113 (.515) Composite Postseason Records (.580), 29 appearances, Seven Championships, Eight Runner-ups Southern League Postseason Records (.410), 16 appearances, Three Championships, Four Runner-ups BY MAJOR AFFILIATE TEAM YEARS RECORD PCT. TITLES Chicago Cubs 2007-Present None Arizona Diamondbacks None St. Louis Cardinals None Toronto Blue Jays ,654-1, One (Split in 2004) Chicago White Sox Two (1974, 78) Cincinnati Reds None Detroit Tigers None Baltimore Orioles None New York Giants 1940, None Brooklyn Dodgers 1937, None Pittsburgh Pirates None Boston Bees None No Affiliate , , 09-14, 21-29, 31-35, 46-47, ,763-1, Four (1924, 29, 53, 54) TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 65

67 FRONT OFFICE PLAYOFF APPEARANCES 1912 Forfeited series leading Johnson City 2-1 due to physical threats from Johnson City residents 1924 Won Appalachian League, defeating Bristol 4-1 (1 tie) 1929 Won South Atlantic League Championship, defeating Asheville for the title 1946 Defeated Asheville 4-1, Lost in finals to Charlotte Lost to Anderson Lost to Rockhill Won Mountain States League, defeating Maryville-Alcoa Lost to Charlotte in first round Lost to Charleston in first round Defeated Charlotte 3-1, lost in Finals to Savannah Defeated Asheville 3-1, lost in Finals to Savannah Defeated Asheville 301, lost in Finals to Macon Won Southern League Championship, defeating Jacksonville Won Southern League Championship, defeating Savannah Lost to Nashville in the first round Defeated Nashville 3-1, lost in FInals to Charlotte Lost to Huntsville in first round Lost to Huntsville in first round Lost to Birmingham in first round Defeated Greenville 3-2, lost in Finals to Birmingham Lost to Greenville in first round Lost to Jacksonville in first round Lost to Orlando in first round Lost to Carolina in first round Defeated Chattanooga 3-1, Split Southern League Championship with Mobile 2007 Lost to Huntsville in first round Defeated Huntsville 3-1, lost in Finals to Jacksonville Defeated West Tenn 3-1, lost in Finals to Jacksonville Defeated Chattanooga 3-0, lost in Finals to Mobile Lost in first round to Birmingham 3-2 Composite Southern League Playoff History Overall Record: appearances 3 Championships 5 Runner-ups Composite All-Time Playoff History Overall Record: appearances 7 Championships 9 Runner-ups TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

68 SMOKIES IN THE SHOW IN 2015 Atlanta Braves Jake Brigham Hunter Cervenka Andrew McKirahan Donnie Veal Arodys Vizcaino Baltimore Orioles Steve Clevenger Ryan Flaherty Chicago Cubs Arismendy Alcantara Jake Arrieta Javier Baez Dallas Beeler Kris Bryant Starlin Castro Chris Denorfia Carl Edwards Jr Kyle Hendricks Junior Lake Tommy La Stella Miguel Montero , 15 Neil Ramirez , 15 Zac Rosscup , 15 Addison Russell James Russell Brian Schlitter , Kyle Schwarber Jorge Soler Rafael Soriano Matt Szczur Tsuyoshi Wada Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners & Arizona Diamondbacks Welington Castillo Chicago Cubs & Baltimore Orioles Junior Lake Chicago Cubs & Chicago White Sox Mike Olt Chicago White Sox Emilio Bonifacio Jeff Samardzija Geovany Soto , 11 Cincinnati Reds Dayan Diaz A.J. Morris Skip Schumaker Colorado Rockies Carlos Gonzalez DJ LeMahieu Chris Rusin Houston Astros Marwin Gonzalez TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - Los Angeles Dodgers Ronald Torreyes Los Angeles Dodgers & Toronto Blue Jays Darwin Barney Miami Marlins Justin Bour Hunter Cervenka Chris Narveson Miami Marlins & Chicago Cubs Dan Haren Milwaukee Brewers Matt Garza Mark Reynolds New York Mets Anthony Recker Jerry Blevins New York Yankees Stephen Drew Oakland Athletics Sam Fuld San Diego Padres Andrew Cashner Jay Jackson Marcos Mateo , 13 San Francisco Giants & Miami Marlins Casey McGehee Seattle Mariners Dan Vogelbach Tony Zych St. Louis Cardinals Yadier Molina Mark Reynolds Marcus Hatley Tampa Bay Rays Chris Archer Jeff Beliveau Brandon Guyer Texas Rangers Robinson Chirinos Kyuji Fujikawa Ross Ohlendorf Toronto Blue Jays & Oakland Athletics Felix Doubront Washington Nationals Reed Johnson Dan Uggla Jayson Werth FRONT OFFICE 67

69 FRONT OFFICE FROM SEVIERVILLE TO (SMOKIES WHO HAVE MADE MLB DEBUT WITH SINCE 2007) Player Year(s) With Smokies Date Of MLB Debut Sean Gallagher 2007 June 9, 2007 at Atlanta Billy Petrick 2007 June 27, 2007 vs. Colorado Jake Fox July 19, 2007 vs. San Francisco Carmen Pignatiello 2007 August 16, 2007 vs. Cincinnati Kevin Hart September 4, 2007 vs. Los Angeles Sam Fuld September 5, 2007 vs. Los Angeles Jeff Samardzija July 25, 2008 vs. Florida Casey McGehee 2007 September 2, 2008 vs. Houston David Patton 2009 April 8, 2009 at Houston Mitch Atkins July 29, 2009 vs. Houston Esmailin Caridad 2008, August 10, 2009 at Colorado Justin Berg August 13, 2009 vs. Philadelphia Tyler Colvin* September 21, 2009 at Milwaukee James Russell April 5, 2010 at Atlanta Starlin Castro* May 7, 2010 at Cincinnati Andrew Cashner May 31, 2010 at Pittsburgh Brian Schlitter 2009, June 28, 2010 vs. Pittsburgh Casey Coleman 2009 August 2, 2010 vs. Milwaukee Marcos Mateo , 13 August 9, 2010 at San Francisco Welington Castillo , 12 August 11, 2010 at San Francisco Darwin Barney 2009 August 12, 2010 at San Francisco Scott Maine 2010 August 27, 2010 at Cincinnati Tony Campana 2010 May 17, 2011 at Cincinnati DJ LeMahieu* 2011 May 30, 2011 vs. Houston Chris Carpenter June 14, 2011 vs. Milwaukee John Gaub 2009 September 12, 2011 at Cincinnati Rafael Dolis September 26, 2011 at San Diego Steve Clevenger September 26, 2011 at San Diego Lendy Castillo 2012, 14 April 9, 2012 vs. Milwaukee Blake Parker May 17, 2012 vs. Philadelphia Blake Lalli May 18, 2012 vs. Chicago (AL) Jeff Beliveau 2011 July 22, 2012 at St. Louis Alberto Cabrera August 1, 2012 vs. Pittsburgh Brett Jackson , 13 August 5, 2012 at Los Angeles Josh Vitters August 5, 2012 at Los Angeles Brooks Raley August 7, 2012 at San Diego Chris Rusin August 21, 2012 at Milwaukee Jaye Chapman 2012 September 4, 2012 at Washington Junior Lake July 19, 2013 at Colorado Logan Watkins August 4, 2013 vs. Los Angeles Zac Rosscup September 3, 2013 vs. Miami Chang-Yong Lim 2013 September 7, 2013 vs. Milwaukee Neil Ramirez 2013 April 25, 2014 at Milwaukee Dallas Beeler June 28, 2014 (2) vs. Washington Arismendy Alcantara 2013 July 9, 2014 at Cincinnati Kyle Hendricks 2013 July 10, 2014 at Cincinnati Javier Baez 2013 August 5, 2014 at Colorado Matt Szczur August 17, 2014 at New York (NL) Jorge Soler 2014 August 27, 2014 at Cincinnati Rafael Lopez September 2, 2014 vs. Milwaukee Eric Jokisch September 7, 2014 vs. Pittsburgh Kris Bryant 2014 April 17, 2015 vs. San Diego Addison Russell 2014 April 21, 2015 at Pittsburgh Kyle Schwarber* 2015 June 16, 2015 vs. Cleveland Carl Edwards Jr September 7, 2015 at St. Louis Albert Almora Jr June, 7, 2016 at Philadelphia Wilson Contreras 2016 June 7, 2016 at Philadelphia Jeimer Candelario 2016 July 3, 2016 at New York (NL) Rob Zastryny 2016 August 19, 2016 at Colorado * = promoted to Chicago directly from Tennessee TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

70 OPENING DAY STARTING LINEUPS April 7, 2016 (at Mobile) April 7, 2011 (at Chattanooga) April 6, 2006 (at Montgomery) Jacob Hannemann CF Brett Jackson CF Jarred Ball CF Chesny Young 2B Ryan Flaherty LF Danny Richar 2B Jerimer Candelario 3B DJ LeMahieu 2B Miguel Montero C Billy McKinney RF Matthew Spencer RF Jesus Cota 1B Victor Caratini C Josh Vitters 3B Alex Frazier LF Taylor Davis 1B Steve Clevenger C Agustin Murillo 3B Mark Zagunis LF Rebel Ridling 1B Jamie D Antona DH Carlos Penalver SS Marwin Gonzalez SS Jon Zeringue RF Rob Zastryzny P Chris Rusin P Alberto Gonzalez SS Adam Bass P April 9, 2015 (at Mississippi) April 8, 2010 (at Mississipp) April 7, 2005 (at Mobile) Pin-Chieh Chen LF Tony Campana CF Marland Williams CF Albert Almora Jr. CF Starlin Castro SS Neb Brown 2B Kyle Schwarber C Ty Wright LF Jamie D Antona 3B Christian Villanueva 3B Blake Lalli 1N Jesus Cota 1B Dan Vogelbach 1B Robinson Chirinos C Noochie Varner LF Stephen Bruno 2B Russ Canzler 3B Jarred Ball RF Bijan Rademacher RF Brandon Guyer RF Phil Avlas C Elliot Soto SS Ryan Flaherty 2B Adam Haley SS Corey Black P Andrew Cashner P Tony Pena P FRONT OFFICE April 3, 2014 (at Pensacola) Zeke DeVoss CF Stephen Bruno 2B Rubi Silva LF Kris Bryant 3B Jorge Soler RF Dustin Geiger 1B Rafael Lopez C Jeudy Valdez SS Dae-Eun Rhee P April 9, 2009 (at Jacksonville) Tony Thomas 2B Jonathan Mota 3B Ty Wright LF Welington Castillo C Richie Robnett RF Mark Reynolds 1B Brandon Guyer CF Darwin Barney SS James Russell P April 8, 2004 (at Jacksonville) Shaun Boyd LF Skip Schumaker CF Javier Colina 2B Papo Bolivar RF John Nelson SS Chris Duncan 1B Gabe Johnson 3B Dan Moylan C Chris Narveson P April 4, 2013 (at Pensacola) Matt Szczur LF Arismendy Alcantara SS Jae-Hoon Ha CF Justin Bour 1B Christian Villanueva 3B Rafael Lopez C Johermyn Chavez RF Elliot Soto 2B Dallas Beeler P April 5, 2012 (at Chattanooga) Jim Adduci LF Logan Watkins 2B Jae-Hoon Ha CF Justin Bour 1B Matt Cerda 3B Michael Burgess RF Michael Brenly C Elliot Soto SS Nick Struck P April 3, 2008 (at Birmingham) Corey Coles LF Issmael Salas 1B Tyler Colvin CF Kyle Reynolds 3B Ryan Harvey DH Nate Spears 2B Chris Robinson C Matt Camp RF Joe Simokaitis SS Justin Berg P April 5, 2007 (at Jacksonville) Christopher Walker CF Jermel Spearman RF Jake Fox LF Matt Craig 3B Brian Dopirak 1B Chris Robinson C Gary Cates 2B Joe Simokaitis SS Sean Gallagher P April 6, 2017 (at Pensacola) Charcer Burks LF Jason Vosler 3B David Bote 2B Yasiel Balaguert 1B Ian Rice C Jeffrey Baez RF Trey Martin CF Carlos Penalver SS Zach Hedges P TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 69

71 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES MLB HALL OF FAMERS Hoyt Wilhelm Knoxville Smokies RHP Inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame Earl Weaver Knoxville Smokies PLR/MGR Inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame Smokies Stats: 24 games ERA 21-Year Career MLB stats: 1,070 games ERA 8x All-Star Smokies Managerial Record: 34 games - 10 wins-24 losses 17-Year Career MLB Stats: 2,540 games - 1,480 wins-1,060 losses Ryne Sandberg Tennessee Smokies MGR Inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame Smokies Managerial Record: 140 games - 71 wins-69 losses (North Div. Champs) 16-Year Career MLB stats: 2,164 games avg HR - 1,061 RBI 10x All-Star - 9x Gold Glove Winner - 7x Silver Slugger Tony La Russa Knoxville White Sox MGR Inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame Knox Sox Managerial Record: 78 games - 53 wins-25 losses 33-Year Career MLB Stats: 5,097 games - 2,728 wins-2,365 losses 3x AL Manager of Year - 1x NL Manager of Year TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

72 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Bob Elliot Denny McLain Ryne Sandberg (MGR) Jeff Kent Kris Bryant CY YOUNG Denny McLain Miguel Mike Cuellar, Denny McLain Pete Vuckovich LaMarr Hoyt Frank Viola Pat Hentgen Roy Halladay Chris Carpenter Roy Halladay Jake Arrieta ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Ron Hansen Dave Righetti Ron Kittle Pat Listach (MGR) Kerry Wood Geovany Soto Kris Bryant MANAGER OF THE YEAR Tony La Russa (MGR) Buck Rogers Tony La Russa (MGR) Don Zimmer (PLR/MGR) Tony La Russa (MGR) Tony La Russa (MGR) Joe Girardi GOLD GLOVE Frank Lary Bill Freehan Bill Freehan Bill Freehan Bill Freehan Mickey Stanley Mickey Stanley Mickey Stanley Mickey Stanley Mike Squires Jesse Barfield Jesse Barfield Shawn Green Vernon Wells Vernon Wells Vernon Wells Yadier Molina, Michael Young Yadier Molina Carlos Gonzalez, Yadier Molina Yadier Molina Darwin Barney, Carlos Gonzalez, Yadier Molina Carlos Gonzalez, Yadier Molina DJ LeMahieu, Yadier Molina SILVER SLUGGER Jesse Barfield Harold Baines, Fred McGriff Cecil Fielder Cecil Fielder Fred McGriff Fred McGriff Carlos Delgado, Shawn Green Carlos Delgado Carlos Delgado Felipe Lopez Micah Owings Dan Uggla Yadier Molina SMOKIES MLB AWARD WINNERS ALL-STAR GAME SELECTIONS Lou Fette Andy Seminick Hoyt Wilhelm Jerry Walker, Hoyt Wilhelm Chuck Estrada, Ron Hansen, Frank Lary Frank Lary, Hoyt Wilhelm, Don Zimmer Milt Pappas, Hoyt Wilhelm Jim Bouton, Bill Freehan Bill Freehan Bill Freehan, Willie Horton, Ed Kranepool, Dick McAuliffe, Milt Pappas Bill Freehan, Dick McAuliffe, Denny McLain Mike Cuellar, Bill Freehan, Dick McAuliffe Bill Freehan, Willie Horton, Denny McLain Bill Freehan, Mickey Lolich, Denny McLain Mike Cuellar, Bill Freehan, Willie Horton, Hoyt Wilhelm Mike Cuellar, Bill Freehan, Mickey Lolich Pat Dobson, Bill Freehan, Mickey Lolich Bill Freehan, Willie Horton Mike Cuellar, John Hiller Bucky Dent, Bill Freehan, Hal McRae, Jorge Orta Hal McRae, Steve Swisher Brian Downing Bucky Dent, Jorge Orta Britt Burns, Bucky Dent Jim Clancy, Hal McRae LaMarr Hoyt, Ron Kittle Richard Dotson Harold Baines, Jimmy Key Harold Baines, Jesse Barfield, Dave Righetti Harold Baines, Dave Righetti Frank Viola Harold Baines Cecil Fielder, Frank Viola Harold Baines, Cecil Fielder, Jimmy Key, Frank Viola Juan Guzman, Fred McGriff, Mike Sharperson Cecil Fielder, Pat Hentgen, Jimmy Key Pat Hentgen, Jimmy Key, Fred McGriff Fred McGriff, Jose Mesa, David Wells Fred McGriff, Jose Mesa Jason Dickson, Pat Hentgen David Wells Harold Baines, Shawn Green, Jeff Kent Carlos Delgado, Joe Girardi, Jeff Kent, Fred McGriff, Jason Isringhausen, David Wells Jeff Kent Shawn Green, Roy Halladay Carlos Delgado, Esteban Loaiza, Roy Halladay, Vernon Wells, Woody Williams Jeff Kent, Esteban Loaiza, Michael Young Chris Carpenter, Roy Halladay, Jason Isringhausen, Jeff Kent, Felipe Lopez, Michael Young Chris Carpenter, Roy Halladay, Dan Uggla, Vernon Wells, Michael Young Dan Haren, Orlando Hudson, Michael Young Roy Halladay, Dan Haren, Dan Uggla, Michael Young Roy Halladay, Dan Haren, Orlando Hudson, Yadier Molina, Jayson Werth, Michael Young Roy Halladay, Yadier Molina, Vernon Wells Starlin Castro, Roy Halladay, Yadier Molina, Miguel Montero Starlin Castro, Carlos Gonzalez, Yadier Molina, Dan Uggla Carlos Gonzalez, Yadier Molina Starlin Castro, Yadier Molina, Miguel Montero, Jeff Samardzija Chris Archer, Kris Bryant, DJ LeMahieu, Yadier Molina Kris Bryant, Carlos Gonzalez, Addison Russell FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 71

73 FRONT OFFICE SINGLE-SEASON HITTING AT BATS Brent Bowers RUNS Elwood Smith* HOME RUNS Bill Barrett* Brent Abernathy Sam Thompson Geronimo Berroa Glenallen Hill Dick McAuliffe* Bob Robertson Alex Gonzalez Rich Thompson Glenallen Hill Reed Johnson Brent Abernathy Josh Phelps Rich Thompson Bucky Jacobsen GAMES Greg Griffin Derwin McNealy Domingo Martinez Paul Rogers Alex Gonzalez Mike Coolbaugh Kevin Sliwinski HITS Reed Johnson Chris Stynes Brent Abernathy Juan De La Rosa Sam Thompson Nyls Nyman RBI Tim Giles Leo Smith* Justin Bour Geronimo Berroa Purnel Goldy* BATTING AVERAGE Brandon Guyer Willson Contreras Joseph Gates Juan De La Rosa Nyls Nyman DOUBLES Brent Abernathy Christian Villanueva Brandon Guyer Jay Gibbons Doug Deeds WALKS Tom Evans Adam Melhouse Carlos Delgado Shawn Fagan Shannon Stewart BATTING AVERAGE* Bob Churchill Oscar Felber Frank Waddey Bill Barrett Art Ruble TRIPLES Bob Churchill* Dick McAuliffe* John Fenderson Nelson Liriano Juan De La rosa Lorenzo De La Cruz STOLEN BASES Lonnell Roberts Bernie Tatis Papo Bolivar Tony Campana Rich Thompson *Stats are from various leagues in which the Smokies participated until joining the Southern League in TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

74 SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING WINS Joe Henderson INNINGS PITCHED Steve Cummings Steve Davis Clifford Young Tom Frondorf Dennis Howard Milt Osteen Matt Williams Chris Baker Jose Mesa WINS* Jim Tugerson GAMES Mike Schultz Gerald Myers Dave Shipanoff John Walker Brian Schlitter Elmer Lawrence Todd Provence Gerald Myers Benny Lowe L. Bates Doug Slaten LOSSES Scott Elam SAVES Mike Lyons Jim Morio Jarrod Kingrey Seven players tied at 16 Frank Batista P.J. Francescon Brian Schlitter EARNED RUN AVERAGE RUNS ALLOWED Kyle Hendricks Jose Mesa Jim Proctor* Cliff Young Dustin Nippert Clint Goocher Steve Davis Keith Walker Dave Weathers Chris McBride FRONT OFFICE WINNING PERCENTAGE Jerry Walker* (18-4) Joe Henderson (17-4) Elmer Lawrence* (24-7) Jim Proctor (15-5) Steve Davis (17-6) STRIKEOUTS Alex Sanchez Matt Williams Richard Dotson Don Secrist Dennis Howard Chris Carpenter *Stats are from various leagues in which the Smokies participated until joining the Southern League in TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 73

75 FRONT OFFICE SINGLE-SEASON HITTING (SINCE 2000) BATTING AVERAGE Brandon Guyer Willson Contreras Matt Craig Doug Deeds Jay Gibbons Tony Campana Robinson Chirinos Steve Clevenger Darwin Barney Skip Schumaker GAMES PLAYED Skip Schumaker Tyler Colvin John Nelson Reed Johnson Josh Phelps Robert Perez Rich Thompson Dan Uggla Five tied at 133 AT BATS Rich Thompson Reed Johnson Robert Perez Tyler Colvin Matt Szczur Justin Bour John Nelson Dan Uggla Jimmy Alvarez Caobabo Cosme RUNS Rich Thompson Reed Johnson Josh Phelps Dan Uggla Jay Gibbson Bucky Jacobsen Jimmy Alvarez Rebel Ridling Danny Richar Matt Szczur Skip Schumaker HITS Reed Johnson Skip Schumaker Robert Perez Tony Campana Rich Thompson Jay Gibbons Willson Contreras Chesny Young Dan Uggla Matt Szczur Justin Bour DOUBLES Christian Villanueva Brandon Guyer Jay Gibbons Doug Deeds Arismendy Alcantara Justin Bour Josh Phelps Caonabo Cosme Willson Contreras Marquez Smith TRIPLES Logan Watkins Tony Thomas Tyler Colvin Jacob Hannemann Rubi Silva Orlando Hudson Tyler Colvin Jemel Spearman Marland Williams HOME RUNS Bucky Jacobsen Josh Phelps Jerry Gil Jake Fox Kris Bryant Russ Canzler Dan Uggla Javier Baez Rebel Ridling Christian Villanueva Jay Gibbons Robert Perez RBI Justin Bour Josh Phelps Robert Perez Dan Uggla Jerry Gil Bucky Jacobsen Josh Vitters Rebel Ridling Tyler Colvin Jake Fox TOTAL BASES Josh Phelps Bucky Jacobsen Reed Johnson Dan Uggla Jay Gibbons Robert Perez Jerry Gil Christian Villanueva Justin Bour Tyler Colvin WALKS Shawn Fagan Josh Phelps Jimmy Alvarez Logan Watkins Jarred Ball Blake Lalli Bijan Rademacher Chris Duncan Jayson Werth Arismendy Alcantara Justin Bour STRIKEOUTS Josh Phelps Arismendy Alcantara Jimmy Alvarez Glenn Williams Gabe Johnson Christian Villlanueva John Nelson Justin Bour Jarred Ball Jacob Hannemann STOLEN BASES Papo Bolivar Tony Campana Rich Thompson Reed Johnson Jarred Ball Marland Williams James Adduci Arismendy Alcantara Papo Bolivar Brandon Guyer ON-BASE PCT. Matt Craig Charlie Cutler Willson Contreras Robinson Chirinos Shawn Fagan Josh Phelps Jay Gibbons Blake Lalli Brandon Guyer Jake Fox Jorge Cortes SLUGGING PCT Brandon Guyer Robinson Chirinos Jake Fox Russ Canzler Bucky Jacobsen Josh Phelps Jerry Gil Jay Gibbons Tyler Colvin TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

76 SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING (SINCE 2000) WINS Chris Baker Nick Struck Casey Coleman Vinnie Chulk Diegomar Markwell Pasqual Coco P.J. Francescon Eric Jokisch Enrique Gonzalez Gustavo Chacin Four tied at 10 LOSSES Eric Jokisch Tony Pena Peter Bauer Ryan Spille Matt McCllellan Tyler Skulina Hung-Wen Chen Mark Holliman Steven Jackson Clint Goocher Seven tied at 10 ERA Kyle Hendricks Dustin Nippert Steven Jackson Eric Jokisch Vinnie Chulk Chris Carpenter Nick Struck Alberto Cabrera Dae-Eun Rhee Rhett Parrott GAMES Mike Schultz Bill White Brian Schlitter Casey Daigle Doug Slaten Mike Lyons Alex Maestri Bill White Joe Orloski Three tied at 53 COMPLETE GAMES Ross Ohlendorf Chris Baker Scott Cassidy Dustin Nippert Peter Bauer Roy Halladay Leo Estrella Ten tied at 2 SHUTOUTS Scott Cassidy Ross Ohlendorf Enrique Gonzalez Dustin Nippert Brad Thompson Leo Estrella tied at 1 SAVES Mike Lyons Jarrod Kingrey Frank Batista P.J. Francescon Brian Schlitter Bob File Frank Batista Casey Daigle Hugo Castellanos Rafael Dolis INNINGS PITCHED Chris Baker Ross Ohlendorf Peter Bauer Matt McClellan Diegomar Markwell Pasqual Coco Mark Holliman Enrique Gonzalez Eric Jokisch Ryan Spille RUNS ALLOWED Clint Goocher Ryan Spille Peter Bauer Matt McClellan Diegomar Markwell Dae-Eun Rhee Donnie Veal Justin Berg Tyler Skulina Three Tied at 86 EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Ryan Spille Matt McClellan Peter Bauer Clint Goocher Diegomar Markwell Nick Stocks Justin Berg Dae-Eun Rhee Tyler Skulina Three Tied at 73 WALKS Donnie Veal Donnie Veal Tyler Skulina Corey Black Matt Loosen Justin Berg Matt McClellan Pasqual Coco Diegomar Markwell Gustavo Chacin Mike Kusiewicz STRIKEOUTS Enrique Gonzalez Pasqual Coco Felix Pena Matt McClellan Eric Jokisch Donnie Veal Ross Ohlendorf Steven Jackson Nick Struck Donnie Veal FRONT OFFICE GAMES STARTED Donnie Veal Peter Bauer Tyler Skulina Dallas Beeler Hung-Wen Chen Casey Coleman Donnie Veal Ross Ohlendorf Adam Bass Enrique Gonzalze Diegomar Markwell HITS ALLOWED Peter Bauer Ryan Spille Clint Goocher Ross Ohlendorf Diegomar Markwell Matt McClellan Brooks Raley Dae-Eun Rhee Dallas Beeler Hung-Wen Chen HOME RUNS ALLOWED Randy Leek Diegomar Markwell Ryan Spille Chris Baker Clint Goocher Donnie Veal Paul Schappert Dae-Eun Rhee James Russell Four tied at TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 75

77 FRONT OFFICE CAREER HITTING (SINCE 1964) GAMES PLAYED Cleo Kilpatrick , 85 Chris Shaddy , Eddie Dennis , 85 Donn Seidholz Andre Wood Kevin Sliwinski Fred Norton Domingo Martinez Blake Lalli Tom Quinlan AT BATS Cleo Kilpatrick 1, Chris Shaddy 1, , Eddie Dennis 1, , 85 Donn Seidholz 1, Andre Wood 1, Kevin Sliwinski 1, Fred Norton 1, Domingo Martinez 1, Tom Quinlan 1, Blake Lalli 1, RUNS SCORED Cleo Kilpatrick Kevin Sliwinski Chris Shaddy , Andy Thompson Bernie Tatis Andre Wood Eddie Dennis , 85 Fred Norton Mark Naehring Tom Quinlan HITS Cleo Kilpatrick Kevin Sliwinski Chris Shaddy , Donn Seidholz Blake Lalli Eddie Dennis , 85 Domingo Martinez Andre Wood Andy Thompson Ryan Jones TRIPLES Jesse Barfield Tyler Colvin Lorenzo De La Cruz Kevin Sliwinski Tony Thomas , Bernie Tatis Ken Kinnard Rubi Silva Brent Bowers Nelson Liriano Mark Naehring HOME RUNS Kevin Sliwinski Julian Yan Andy Thompson Ryan Jones Jake Fox Glenallen Hill , 88 Domingo Martinez Tom Quinlan Adam Melhuse Four Others Tied At 37 RUNS DRIVEN IN Kevin Sliwinski Cleo Kilpatrick Andy Thompson Ryan Jones Chris Shaddy , Donn Seidholz Domingo Martinez Vernon Ramie Justin Bour Blake Lalli Tim Giles TOTAL BASES Kevin Sliwinski Cleo Kilpatrick Chris Shaddy , Donn Seidholz Domingo Martinez Andy Thompson Ryan Jones Blake Lalli Julian Yan Tyler Colvin STRIKEOUTS Chris Shaddy , Tom Quinlan Cleo Kilpatrick Fred Norton Julian Yan Chris Johnston Norm Tonucci Lorenzo De La Cruz Kevin Sliwinski Mike Ondina STOLEN BASES Bernie Tatis Lonell Roberts , Papo Bolivar A.J. Hill Jim Adduci , Webster Garrison , Brent Bowers , 98 Andre Wood Mitch Webster Kevin Batiste CAUGHT STEALING Eddie Dennis , 85 Sharnol Adriana , 97 Lonell Roberts , Bernie Tatis Fausto Solano Papo Bolivar Brent Bowers , 98 Cleo Kilpatrick Mike Squires William Suero Kevin Batiste HIT BY PITCHES (since 1974) Tom Quinlan Lorenzo De La Cruz Jake Fox Josh Phelps Brent Lutz Rich Thompson Rickey Cradle Chris Johnston Domingo Martinez Three Others Tied At 18 DOUBLES Cleo Kilpatrick Donn Seidholz Blake Lalli Chris Shaddy Kevin Sliwinski Andy Thompson Chris Johnston Jae-Hoon Ha Ryan Jones Four Others Tied At 64 WALKS Adam Melhuse Larry Foster Kevin Sliwinski Cleo Kilpatrick Vernon Ramie Mark Naehring Chris Shaddy , Mike Ondina Andre Wood Bernie Tatis GIDP (since 1992) Blake Lalli Ty Wright Andy Thompson Jae-Hoon Ha Lorenzo De La Cruz Steve Clevenger Sharnol Adriana , 97 Julio Mosquera Josh Vitters Fausto Solano TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

78 CAREER PITCHING (SINCE 1964) WINS Jimmy Rogers , 93 Steve Davis Larry Monroe Jason Stevenson Ken Kravec Chris Jones Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Cliff Young Dave Walsh Richard Dotson Kenneth Widman LOSSES Jimmy Rogers , 93 Larry Monroe Philip Henderson Nate Cromwell Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Jason Stevenson Barry Smith Scott Elam , 85 Cliff Young Four Others Tied At 22 GAMES Brian Smith Frank Batista Chad Brown Kevin Rhoderick Chris Jones Darren Hall Bill White Tony Zych Chris Freeman Mark Ohlms SHUTOUTS Larry Monroe Jimmy Rogers , 93 Steve Davis Dennis Howard , 86 John Cerutti Rich Wortham Ken Kravec Joe Henderson Five Others Tied At 3 SAVES Frank Batista Brian Smith Jarrod Kingrey , 04 Mike Lyons Brian Schlitter , Tom Lukish Bob Macdonald Mark Ohlms Bill Moran , Three Others Tied At 21 INNINGS PITCHED Jimmy Rogers , 93 Larry Monroe Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Steve Davis Philip Henderson Scot Elam , 85 Jason Stevenson Dave Walsh Kenneth Widman Ken Kravec EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Jimmy Rogers , 93 Jason Stevenson Larry Monroe Nate Cromwell Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Dave Walsh Philip Henderson Scot Elam , 85 Kenneth Widman Peter Bauer HOME RUNS ALLOWED Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Jason Stevenson Cliff Young Jimmy Rogers , 93 Mike Yearout Larry Monroe Kenneth Widman Donnie Veal Gustavo Chacin Dae-Eun Rhee WALKS Jimmy Rogers , 93 Scot Elam , 85 Colin McLaughlin , 84, 86 Larry Monroe Dave Walsh Nate Cromwell Ken Kravec Steve Davis Juan Guzman Richard Dotson FRONT OFFICE GAMES STARTED Jimmy Rogers , 93 Larry Monroe Jason Stevenson Steve Davis Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Ken Kravec Donnie Veal Dave Walsh Scot Elam , 85 Kenneth Widman COMPLETE GAMES Larry Monroe Dave Frost Dennis Howard , 86 Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Jack McKnight Ken Kravec Scot Elam , 85 Richard Dotson Tim Stoddard Four Others Tied At 10 HITS ALLOWED Jimmy Rogers , 93 Larry Monroe Philip Henderson Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Jason Stevenson Cliff Young Kenneth Widman Dave Walsh Peter Bauer Scot Elam , 85 RUNS ALLOWED Jimmy Rogers , 93 Dallas Beeler Larry Monroe Jason Stevenson Mark Eichhorn , 83, 85 Philip Henderson Nate Cromwell Scot Elam , 85 Dave Walsh Kenneth Widman STRIKEOUTS Jimmy Rogers , 93 Philip Henderson Larry Monroe Colin McLaughlin , 84, 86 Juan Guzman Ken Kravec Jason Stevenson Chris Jones Scot Elam , 85 Donnie Veal Jesse Cross HIT BATTERS Peter Bauer Dae-Eun Rhee Jimmy Rogers , 93 Justin Berg Larry Monroe Pasqual Coco Bob Wishnevski Rich Barnes Nick Stocks Gustavo Chacin Cameron Reimers TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 77

79 FRONT OFFICE INDIVIDUAL HELD BY SMOKIES Most Triples, Game... 3 Donn Seidholz, May 17, 1977* Robinson Chirinos, May 15, 2008* *along with four others Most Strikeouts, Both Starters, Game Don Secrist (Knoxville) & Larry Loughlin (Macon), June 28, 1966 Most Sacrifice Flys, Game... 3 Kevin Sliwinski, September 2, 1985* *along with one other Most Intentional Bases On Balls, Season Carlos Delgado, 1993* *along with one other Most Times Hit By Pitch, Game... 3 Rich Thompson, May 5, 2002^ ^done several times, most recent Most Times Grounded Into Double Play... 3 Jim Deschaine, May 28, 2002^ ^done several times, most recent Most Games Started, Season Jose Mesa, 1987 Most Consecutive Games Started Jose Mesa, 1987 Most Consecutive Days, Winner... 3 Milt Osteen, July 3-5, 1965* along with one other Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings Brad Thompson, April 14-May 19, 2004 Most Runs Allowed, Season Jose Mesa, 1987 Most Runs Allowed, Inning Jose Made, August 31, 2008 (8th, all earned)* *along with one other Most Earned Runs Allowed, Season Jose Mesa, 1987 Tyler Skulina, 2016, 74 Most Earned Runs Allowed, Inning Jose Made, August 31, 2008 (8th) Most Hits Allowed, Extra-Inning Game Leo Marentette, August 17, 1964 (11 innings) Most Home Runs Allowed, Game... 6 Leo Williams, August 24, 1974 Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning... 4 Leo Williams, August 24, 1974 (8th) Most Consecutive Strikeouts... 8 Anthony Reyes, August 16, 2004* *along with one other Most Sacrifice Hits Allowed, Game... 4 Mike Jeffcoat, June 1, 1982* *along with three others Most Bases On Balls, Season Scott Elam, 1982 Most Bases On Balls, Game Ken Kravec, August 3, 1973* *along with two others Most Bases On Balls, Inning... 6 James Brown, 9/2/64 (2nd, consecutive) Barry Smith, 6/26/76 (1st, 2nd game of DH) Most Wild Pitches, Season Matt Williams, 1982 Most Wild Pitches, Game... 5 Bob Galasso, July 21, 1973* Scott Elam, May 8, 1982 (2nd game of DH)* *along with four others Lowest Fielding Average, Season (1B) Rogello Alvarez, 1967 Games Played (1B) Kevin Sliwinski, 1986* *along with two others Double Plays (1B) Kevin Sliwinski, 1986 Fewest Double Plays, Qualifier (SS) Jimmy Kelly, 1988 Games Played (OF) Derwin McNealy, 1984* *along with one other) Chances, Season (OF) Sil Campusano, 1986 (401 PO, 17 A, 15 E) Errors, Game (C)... 4 Josh Phelps, May 1, 2000 Putouts, Game (P)... 6 Colin McLaughlin, June 22, 1981* *along with one other Double Plays, Game (P)... 5 August 11, 1986^ ^done several times, most recent Errors, Season (P) Marcus Moore, TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

80 TEAM HELD BY SMOKIES Most Years In League...48 ( , 1972-Present) Most Regular Season Games Played...6,561 Shutouts Played In, Season (18-21, 1991) Most Regular Season Losses...3,320 Fewest Games Won, Season (1967) Fewest Wins On Road, Season (1967)* *along with one other Most One-Run Games Won, Season (1965) FRONT OFFICE Most Consecutive Halves Won... 4 ( ) Fewest Hits, Season (138 games, 1967) Most Hits, Doubleheader, Bost Clubs...57 Asheville (34) vs. Knoxville (23), August 20, 1972 (1st game, 11 Innings) Most Triples, Game... 5 (May 17, 1977) Most Triples, Both Clubs, Game Knoxville (5) vs. Charlotte (2), May 17, 1977 Most Home Runs, Game...7 (July 28, 1997*) *along with six others Most RBI, Both Clubs, Game...31 Asheville (17) vs. Knoxville (14) - G2, 8/20/72* & Tennessee (17) vs. Chattanooga (14), 8/6/08* *along with one other Fewest Bases On Balls, Season (1992) Most Strikeouts, Game Knoxville vs. Birmingham, 4/16/92 (17 Innings)* *along with two others Fewest Complete Games, Season... 0 (2008 & 2014*) *along with nine others Most Hit Batsmen, Season (2000) Most Wild Pitches, Season (1982*) *along with one other Lowest Fielding Average, Leader, Season (138 games, 1967) Most Assists, Game June 10, 1990 (18 Innings) Most Errors, Both Clubs Birmingham (11) vs. Knoxville (6), May 27, TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 79

81 FRONT OFFICE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED (HITTING) FOUR HITS, GAME... Willson Contreras at Biloxi (9/7/15, Game 1) FOUR HITS, GAME (OPPONENT)...Daniel Robertson vs. Montgomery (8/20/15) FIVE HITS, GAME... Albert Almora Jr. vs. Pensacola (4/18/15) FIVE HITS, GAME (OPPONENT)...Eudy Pina vs. Jacksonville (9/1/15) SIX HITS, GAME... Rob Mummau vs. Huntsville (7/23/96) THREE DOUBLES, GAME... Christian Villanueva at Jackson (6/24/14) THREE DOUBLES, GAME (OPPONENT)...Kevin Randel vs. Carolina (7/25/06) TWO TRIPLES, GAME...Jacob Hannemann vs. Chattanooga (7/24/15) THREE TRIPLES, GAME...Robinson Chirinos at Montgomery (5/15/08) FOUR RUNS, GAME... John Andreoli & Kris Bryant vs. Birmingham (5/7/14) FOUR RUNS, GAME (OPPONENT)...Daniel Robertson vs. Montgomery (8/20/15) FIVE RUNS, GAME...Jay Gibbons vs. Chattanooga (5/18/00) FIVE RUNS, GAME (OPPONENT)... Cameron Maybin at Carolina (8/31/08) FIVE RBI, GAME... Jeimer Candelario vs. Birmingham (8/4/15) FIVE RBI, GAME (OPPONENT)... Cameron Seitzer vs. Montgomery (8/20/15) SIX RBI, GAME... Jacob Hannemann at Jacksonville (6/13/15) SIX RBI, GAME (OPPONENT)... Shannon Wilkerson at Chattanooga (8/14/15) SEVEN RBI, GAME... Matthew Spencer at Montgomery (8/5/10) SEVEN RBI, GAME (OPPONENT)... Jon Griffin vs. Mobile (5/21/14) TWO HOMERS, GAME (HOME)... Ryan Dent vs. Jacksonville (8/29/15) TWO HOMERS, GAME (ROAD)...Taylor Davis at Mobile (6/25/15) ALLOW TWO HOMERS, GAME (HOME)...Austin Barnes vs. Jacksonville (8/22/14) ALLOW TWO HOMERS, GAME (ROAD)... Adam Brett Walker at Chattanooga (6/2/15) THREE HOMERS, GAME...Papo Bolivar vs. Carolina (5/16/04) THREE HOMERS, GAME (OPPONENT)...Tyler Goeddel at Montgomery (7/30/15) FOUR HOMERS, GAME...Never FOUR HOMERS, GAME (OPPONENT)... Jon Griffin vs. Mobile (5/21/14) SEVEN HOMERS, GAME (TEAM)... July 28, 1997 vs. Jacksonville GRAND SLAM...Miguel Montero vs. Birmingham (8/6/15, Game 1) GRAND SLAM (OPPONENT)... Jake Bauers at Montgomery (7/19/15) BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS...Billy McKinney & Stephen Bruno at Jacksonville (6/12/15) BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (OPPONENT)...Cameron Seitzer & Dayron Varona (8/20/15) THREE CONSECUTIVE HOMERS...Ryan Fleming, Jim Deschaine & Mike Rouse vs. Jacksonville (8/17/02) THREE CONSECUTIVE HOMERS (OPPONENT)... Jason Ross, Desmond Smith & Mark Mortimer vs. Greenville (7/16/00) INSIDE-THE-PARK HOMER... Charlie Cutler vs. Jacksonville (7/14/14) LEADOFF HOMER ON ROAD... Jacob Hannemann at Biloxi (9/4/15) ALLOW LEADOFF HOMER ON ROAD... Jeremy Hazelbaker at Chattanooga (9/1/14) LEADOFF HOMER AT HOME...Jacob Hannemann vs. Chattanooga (4/28/15) ALLOW LEADOFF HOMER AT HOME... Kenny Wilson vs. Jacksonville (9/1/1) WALK-OFF HOMER... Bryant Flete vs. Birmingham (7/21/15, Game 2) WALK-OFF HOMER (OPPONENT)... Taylor Motter at Montgomery (8/19/14) HOME RUN HIT BY PITCHER... Wes Darvill vs. Montgomery (8/20/15) HOME RUN HIT BY PITCHER (OPPONENT)...A.J. Schugel vs. Mobile (5/31/15) PINCH HIT HOME RUN... Willson Contreras vs. Pensacola (4/18/15) PINCH HIT HOME RUN (OPPONENT)...Gerson Montilla vs. Mobile (5/29/15) HIT FOR CYCLE... Tim Giles vs. Birmingham (8/28/99) Hit For Cycle (Opponent)...None Through 2012 STEAL THREE BASES, GAME... Tony Thomas at West Tennessee (6/29/10) STEAL THREE BASES, GAME (OPPONENT)... Tim Anderson vs. Birmingham (7/21/15, Game 1) STEAL FOUR BASES, GAME... Arismendy Alcantara at Huntsville (4/17/13) STEAL FOUR BASES,GAME (OPPONENT)... Josh Prince vs. Huntsville (4/26/14) STEAL HOME PLATE... John Andreoli vs. Jackson (4/18/14) STEAL HOME PLATE (OPPONENT)... Mycal Jones vs. Mississippi (7/21/14) FOUR WALKS, GAME...Kris Bryant at Huntsville (5/27/14) FOUR WALKS, GAME (OPPONENT)... Brent Keys vs. Jacksonville (7/10/14) FIVE WALKS, GAME... Pin-Chieh Chen at Birmingham (5/4/15) THREE INTENTIONAL WALKS, GAME... Jamie D Antona vs. Chattanooga (5/23/06) FOUR STRIKEOUTS, GAME...Jacob Hannemann at Montgomery (7/16/15) FOUR STRIKEOUTS, GAME (OPPONENT)... Zach Shank vs. Jackson (8/7/14) FIVE STRIKEOUTS, GAME...Jacob Hannemann vs. Jacksonville (9/1/15) THREE SACRIFICE FLIES, GAME... Kevin Sliwinski (9/2/85) TWO HIT BY PITCHES, GAME... Stephen Bruno vs. Jackson (4/18/14) THREE HIT BY PITCHES, GAME...Rich Thompson (5/2/02) GROUND INTO THREE DOUBLE PLAYS... Jim Deschaine (5/28/02) TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

82 LAST TIME IT HAPPENED (PITCHING/MISC.) NO-HITTER, INDIVIDUAL... Eric Jokisch at Jacksonville (8/6/13) NO-HITTER, INDIVIDUAL (OPPONENT)...Andres Santiago at Chattanooga (8/28/14) NO-HITTER, COMBINED...David Shipanoff, Tim Rodgers, & Mercedes Esquer, Asheville (8/28/84) NO-HITTER, COMBINED (OPPONENT)... Corey Thurman, Dave Johnson & Luis Pena, Huntsville (9/7/07) NO-HITTER, 7 INNINGS... Mark Holliman, Huntsville (6/21/07) NO-HITTER, 7 INNINGS (OPPONENT)... Frankie Montas vs. Birmingham (6/9/15) ONE-HITTER, INDIVIDUAL... Scott Cassidy vs. Carolina (5/27/01) ONE-HITTER, INDIVIDUAL (OPPONENT)...Carlos Villanueva vs. Huntsville (5/13/06) ONE-HITTER, COMBINED (7 INNINGS)...Pierce Johnson & Andrew McKirahan at Mobile (8/10/14, G1, 7 Innings) ONE-HITTER, COMBINED (9 INNINGS)...Pierce Johnson, Hunter Cervenka & Armando Rivero vs. Huntsville (4/27/14) ONE-HITTER, COMBINED (7 INNINGS, OPPONENT)... Stephen Landazuri & Stephen Kohlscheen vs. Jackson (4/17/14) 20+ SCORELESS INNINGS , Pierce Johnson (7/29-8/20/14) 10 STRIKEOUTS, RIGHT-HANDER... Felix Pena vs. Birmingham (7/21/15, Game 1) 10 STRIKEOUTS, LEFT-HANDER...Eric Jokisch vs. Chattanooga (8/22/11) 10+ STRIKEOUTS, LEFT-HANDER...11, Donnie Veal at Carolina (6/27/07) 10+ STRIKEOUTS, RIGHT-HANDER (OPPONENT)... 12, Andres Santiago at Chattanooga (8/28/14) 10+ STRIKEOUTS, LEFT-HANDER (OPPONENT) Blake Snell at Montgomery (5/23/15) MORE THAN 13 STRIKEOUTS...15, Anthony Reyes vs. Jacksonville (8/16/04) STARTER FAILED TO RECORD AN OUT... Trey McNutt at Birmingham on 6/23/11 STARTER FAILED TO GET OUT OF FIRST INNING... Jake Brigham at Jackson on 8/7/12 (0.2 IP) COMPLETE GAME, NINE INNINGS... Eric Jokisch at Jacksonville (8/6/13) COMPLETE GAME, NINE INNINGS (OPPONENT)...Andres Santiago at Chattanooga (8/28/14) COMPLETE GAME SHUTOUT, NINE INNINGS... Eric Jokisch at Jacksonville (8/6/13) COMPLETE GAME SHUTOUT, NINE INNINGS (OPPONENT)...Andres Santiago at Chattanooga (8/28/14) BACK-TO-BACK COMPLETE GAMES, INDIVIDUAL...Enrique Gonzalez vs. Huntsville (5/6/05, G2, 7 Innings) and at West Tenn (5/12/05, 9 Innings) BACK-TO-BACK COMPLETE GAMES, CLUB... Gustavo Chacin at Huntsville on 8/11/02 (Game 1, L 2-5) and Cam Reimers at Huntsville on 8/11/02 (Game 2, L 4-7) BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS, CLUB...C.J. Edwards/Hunter Cervenka/Frank Batista vs. Huntsville on 8/10/14 (1-0) and Pierce Johnson, Matt Loosen, Andrew McKirahan & Frank Batista vs. Huntsville on 8/11/14 (2-0) BACK-TO-BACK GAMES SHUT OUT...Mark Blackmar, Tyler Barnette & Devon Davis vs. Birmingham on 6/7/15 (1-0, 11 Innings) and Frankie Montas vs. Birmingham on 6/9/15 (2-0, 7 Innings) BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS, DOUBLEHEADER...4/18/01 at Huntsville (3-0 & 7-0) SHUT OUT IN BOTH GAMES, DOUBLEHEADER...Jed Bradley, Tim Dillard & David Goforth at Huntsville on 7/19/14 (1-0) and Eric Marzec, Tanner Poppe, Tommy Toledo & Kevin Shackleford on 7/19/14 (5-0) THREE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS... 4/18/01, G1 at Huntsville (3-0), 4/18/01, G2 at Huntsville (7-0) and 4/19/01 at Huntsville (4-0) THREE CONSECUTIVE GAMES SHUT OUT... 5/4/13 at Mississippi (8-0), 5/5/13 at Mississippi (6-0) and 5/7/13 vs. Birmingham (16-0, 5 Innings) THREE CONSECUTIVE NINE INNING GAMES SHUT OUT...7/6/10 vs. Huntsville (0-3), 7/7/10 at Jacksonville (0-2) and 7/8/10 at Jacksonville (0-5) HIT INTO TRIPLE PLAY... 5/31/10 at Birmingham TURNED TRIPLE PLAY... Jonathan Mota-Tony Thomas-Doug Deeds vs. Carolina (5/20/09) LAST FOUR ERROR GAME... 4/20/15 at Jackson LAST FIVE ERROR GAME... 7/26/15 vs. Chattanooga LAST SIX ERROR GAME... 7/21/13 vs. Jacksonville LAST SEVEN ERROR GAME...7/25/02 vs. Greenville CONSECUTIVE EXTRA INNING GAMES, HOME... 7/2/11 vs. Carolina (5-4, 10 Inn.) & 7/3/11 vs. Carolina (6-5, 10 Inn.) CONSECUTIVE EXTRA INNING GAMES, ROAD... 5/1/15 at Birmingham (2-3, 10 Inn.) & 5/2/15 at Birmingham (6-5, 10 Inn.) THREE STRAIGHT EXTRA INNING GAMES...7/1/11 vs. Carolina (3-6, 10 Inn.), 7/2/11 vs. Carolina (5-4, 10 Inn.) and 7/3/11 vs. Carolina (6-5, 10 Inn.) FIFTEEN OR MORE INNINGS PLAYED... 7/3/14 vs. Montgomery (3-4, 16 Inn.) LAST RAIN DELAY OF TWO OR MORE HOURS... 6/28/13 vs. Jackson, Game 1 (2:35) LAST RAIN DELAY OF THREE OR MORE HOURS...8/27/08 at Carolina, Game 1 (4:36) LAST RAIN-SHORTENED GAME... 8/21/15, Game 2 vs. Montgomery (2-4, 5 Inn.) FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 81

83 FRONT OFFICE YEARLY BATTING LEADERS (SINCE 1964) YEAR AVERAGE HITS HOME RUNS RBI 1964 Jackson Queen Larry Rojas Bud Zipfel Jackson Queen Gerald Reimer Gerald Reimer Tommy Murray Gerald Reimer John Fenderson Sam Thompson Rogelio Alvarez John Fenderson Ed Moxey Stanley Meadows Rogelio Alvarez Rogelio Alvarez Bucky Dent Hugh Yancy Brian Downing Brian Downing Lamar Johnson Lamar Johnson Lamar Johnson Lamar Johnson Nyls Nyman Nyls Nyman Cleo Kilpatrick...11 Toy McCord Mike Squires Mike Squires Mike Ondina Cleo Kilpatrick Larry Foster Donn Seidholz Larry Foster Donn Seidholz Mike Colbern Pete Maropis Larry Foster Mike Colbern Joe Gates Joe Gates M. Naehring/H. Baines...13 Mark Naehring Leo Sutherland Leo Sutherland Chris Nyman Mark Naehring Geno Petralli Pedro Hernandez Jesse Barfield Jesse Barfield Mitch Webster Mitch Webster J. Barfield/P. Dempsey Pete Dempsey Vernon Ramie Tim Thompson Jeff Reynolds Tim Thompson Paul Hodgson Greg Griffin B. Pinkham/V. Ramie K. Aitcheson/A. Schmidt Mike Sharperson Mike Sharperson C. Fielder/J. Reynolds/F. McGriff..9 Jim Bishop Cecil Fielder Kevin Sliwinski K. Sliwinski/C. Johnston/C. Fielder C. Johnston/C. Fielder Kevin Sliwinski Kevin Sliwinski Glenallen Hill Glenallen Hill Luis Reyna Geronimo Berroa Geronimo Berroa Geronimo Berroa Francisco Cabrera D. Martinez/W. Garrison Francisco Cabrera Domingo Martinez Pedro Munoz Derek Bell Pedro Munoz Derek Bell Mike Maksudian William Suero Domingo Martinez Domingo Martinez Ray Giannelli Jeff Kent Julian Yan J. Yan/J. Kent Juan De La Rosa Juan De La Rosa Nigel Wilson Nigel Wilson Tim Hyers Alex Gonzalez Carlos Delgado Carlos Delgado Chris Stynes Chris Stynes Todd Steverson... 9 Chris Weinke Shannon Stewart Shannon Stewart D.J. Boston...11 D.J. Boston Jeff Patzke Ryan Jones Ryans Jones Ryan Jones Angel Ramirez Kevin Witt Kevin Witt Kevin Witt Luis Lopez Luis Lopez L. Lopez/A. Melhuse Andy Thompson Tim Giles Brent Abernathy Adam Melhuse Tim Giles Jay Gibbons Robert Perez J. Gibbons/R. Perez Robert Perez Reed Johnson Reed Johnson Josh Phelps Josh Phelps DeWayne Wise Rich Thompson Jim Deschaine J. Alvarez/S. Fagan Bucky Jacobsen Caonabo Cosme Bucky Jacobsen Bucky Jacobsen Skip Schumaker Skip Schumaker Gabe Johnson Gabe Johnson Dan Uggla Dan Uggla Dan Uggla Dan Uggla Jamie D Antona Jamie D Antona Jerry Gil Jerry Gil Jorge Cortes Casey McGehee Jake Fox Jake Fox Doug Deeds Tyler Colvin Jake Fox Tyler Colvin Blake Lalli Jim Adduci Tyler Colvin Ty Wright Brandon Guyer Tony Campana Russ Canzler Tony Thomas Rebel Ridling Rebel Ridling Rebel Ridling Josh Vitters Justin Bour Justin Bour Justin Bour Justin Bour Rubi Silva Matt Szczur Javier Baez Christian Villanueva Stephen Bruno Stephen Bruno Kris Bryant Kris Bryant Willson Contreras Willson Contreras Kyle Schwarber Willson Contreras Chesny Young Chesny Young Kelly Dugan...13 Kelly Dugan...50 BOLD = Led or tied for first in Southern League that season TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

84 YEARLY PITCHING LEADERS (SINCE 1964) YEAR WINS INNINGS STRIKEOUTS ERA 1964 Fritz Fisher... 9 James Brown Vern Holtgrave James Brown T. Frondorf/D. Osteen Thomas Frendorf Thomas Frondorf Thomas Frondorf David Galligan David Galligan Don Secrist Don Secrist J. Noriega/K. Widman... 7 Joseph Earl Joseph Earl John Noriega James McDonnell James McDonnell Dennis Deck James McDonnell Joe Henderson Paul Patterson Joe Henderson Joe Henderson Leo Williams Jeff Holly Ken Kravec Leo Williams Ken Kravec Dave Frost Ken Kravec Ken Kravec Larry Monroe Larry Monroe Larry Monroe Dave Frost L. Monroe/R. Wortham... 9 Larry Monroe Mitch Lukevics Rich Wortham Fred Howard Rich Barnes Richard Dotson Fred Howard R. Dotson/L. Hoyt... 9 Richard Dotson Richard Dotson Jackie Smith Dave May John Poloni John Poloni Dave May M. Eichhorn/S. Senteney Mark Eichhorn Mark Eichhorn Mark Eichhorn Dennis Howard Dennis Howard Matt Williams Keith Walker John Cerutti... 9 John Cerutti John Cerutti John Cerutti G. Alba/J. McKnight Steve Davis Dave Shipanoff Dave Walsh Steve Davis Mike Yearout Steve Davis Steve Davis Cliff Young Cliff Young Cliff Young Dennis Howard J. Mesa/O. Peraza Jose Mesa Jose Mesa Oswaldo Peraza Steve Cummings Steve Cummings Alex Sanchez Alex Sanchez Jimmy Rogers John Shea Jimmy Rogers John Shea Juan Guzman Jimmy Rogers Pat Hentgen Pat Hentgen J. Cross/D. Weathers Jesse Cross Jesse Cross David Weathers Paul Menhart Paul Menhart Jesse Cross Jesse Cross Huck Flener Tim Crabtree Steve Karsay Huck Flener Giovanni Carrara Giovanni Carrara Giovanni Carrara Giovanni Carrara Jose Pett... 8 Jose Pett Derek Brandow Carlos Almanzar Mike Halperin Chris Carpenter Chris Carpenter Mike Halperin Jason Stevenson Jason Stevenson Jason Stevenson Jason Stevenson Chris McBride Chris McBride Jason Stevenson Chris McBride Isabel Giron Isabel Giron Isabel Giron Clayton Andrews Pasqual Coco Matt McClellan Pasqual Coco Mike Kusiewicz Chris Baker Chris Baker Chris Baker Chris Baker V. Chulk/D. Markwell Peter Bauer Vinnie Chulk Vinnie Chulk Nick Stocks Nick Stocks Rhett Parrott Rhett Parrott J. Cook/B. Thompson... 8 Chris Narveson Chris Narveson Chris Narveson Enrique Gonzalez Enrique Gonzalez Enrique Gonzalez Dustin Nippert Ross Ohlendorf Ross Ohlendorf R. Ohlendorf/S. Jackson Steven Jackson Mark Holliman Mark Holliman Donnie Veal Mark Holliman Mitch Atkins... 9 Donnie Veal Donnie Veal Donnie Veal Casey Coleman Casey Coleman Hung-Wen Chen Casey Coleman Craig Muschko... 9 Craig Muschko Craig Muschko Chris Carpenter R. Dolis/B. Raley... 8 Brooks Raley Brooks Raley Brooks Raley Nick Struck Nick Struck Nick Struck Nick Struck Eric Jokisch Eric Jokisch Eric Jokisch Kyle Hendricks P.J. Francescon Corey Black Corey Black Corey Black Ryan Williams Felix Pena Felix Pena Felix Pena Brad Markey...8 Brad Markey Tyler Skulina...91 Brad Markey BOLD = Led or tied for first in Southern League that season FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 83

85 FRONT OFFICE SINGLE-SEASON TEAM SINCE 2000 HIGH TEAM BATTING LOW.285 (2010) Batting Average.253 (2012) 4,768 (2010) At-Bats 4,386 (2003) 749 (2010) Runs 532 (2003) 1,358 (2010) Hits 1,148 (2003) 293 (2x, MR ) Doubles 179 (2013) 45 (2010) Triples 17 (2006) 135 (2001) Home Runs 74 (2015) 70 (2x, MR ) Home Runs (Home)* 37 (2016) 62 (2013) Home Runs (Road)* 35 (2015) 38 (May 2006) Home Runs (1 month)* 7 (July 2015) 5 (2008) Grand Slams* 1 (3x, MR ) 689 (2010) RBI 515 (2003) 2,101 (2010) Total Bases 1,696 (2003) 617 (2002) Walks 410 (2009) 1,031 (2001) Strikeouts 854 (2003) 170 (2005) Stolen Bases 44 (2006) 88 (2005) Caught Stealing 30 (2015).353 (2010) On-Base Percentage.324 (2006).441 (2010) Slugging Percentage.372 (2016) 127 (2015) Grounded Into Double Play 48 (2004) HIGH TEAM PITCHING LOW 86 (2010) Wins 58 (2016) 81 (2016) Losses 53 (2010) 4.65 (2008) Earned-Run Average 3.46 (2013) 10 (2005) Complete Games 0 (2x, MR ) 14 (2x, MR ) Shutouts 5 (2016) 49 (2010) Saves 30 (3x, MR ) 1,237.0 (2002) Innings Pitched 1,198.0 (2004) 1,339 (2002) Hits Allowed 1,058 (2014) 718 (2008) Runs Allowed 545 (2013) 633 (2008) Earned Runs Allowed 468 (2013) 153 (2008) Home Runs Allowed 81 (2015) 94 (2000) Hit Batsmen 40 (2015) 597 (2014) Walks Allowed 386 (2001) 1,047 (2003) Strikeouts 756 (2002) 99 (2011) Wild Pitches 50 (3x, MR ).281 (2005) Average Against*.236 (2013) 1.49 (2008) WHIP 1.25 (2001) * = not available before TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

86 1928 South Atlantic Association (B) 3B Tom Osborne OF Oscar Felbe 1929 South Atlantic Association (B) P Al Bates P John Walker 2B Thorpe Hamilton SS Eric McNair C Art McCrea 1933 Southern Association (A1) OF Walter French 1934 Southern Association (A1) P Leo Moon C Lee Head OF Walter French 1936 Southern Association (A1) OF Marshall Mauldin 1942 Southern Association (A1) OF Murray Howell 1946 Tri-State (B) P Porter Witt 1947 Tri-State (B) 1B Harold Kollar 1949 Tri-State (B) C Phil Tomkinson SS Ziggy Jasinski OF Robert Knight= 1950 Tri-State (B) P Hugh Oser OF Albert Neil OF Harvey Gentry 1954 Tri-State (B) OF Albert Neil UTL George Bradshaw 1956 South Atlantic (A) OF Rudy Tanner 1957 South Atlantic (A) 1B Ray Barker 1958 South Atlantic (A) 3B Leo Burke P Jerry Walker 1959 South Atlantic (A) P Jim Proctor C Bob Rogers 1960 South Atlantic (A) 1B Leo Smith OF Purnal Goldy UTL Dick McAuliffe 1961 South Atlantic (A) 1B Bill Roman OF Jackson Queen 1962 South Atlantic (A) C John Sullivan 1963 South Atlantic (AA) OF Willie Horton OF Jim Northrup 1964 Southern (AA) OF Mickey Stanley 1966 Southern (AA) OF John Fenderson 1972 Southern (AA) SS Bucky Dent UTL Jerry Hairston 1974 Southern (AA) P Leo Williams 1B Mike Squires OF Nyls Nyman SMOKIES ALL-STARS 1975 Southern (AA) P Ken Kravec 2B Doug Stodgel 1978 Southern (AA) C Marv Foley 3B Mark Naehring OF Tom Spencer Util Michael Wolf 1979 Southern (AA) 3B Mark Naehring 1982 Southern (AA) 1B Tim Thompson 3B Jeff Reynolds 1984 Southern (AA) 2B Mike Sharperson 1985 Southern (AA) P Steve Davis 1986 Southern (AA) OF Glenallen Hill 1987 Southern (AA) OF Geronimo Berroa 1988 Southern (AA) P Alex Sanchez C Francisco Cabrera 1990 Southern (AA) 2B William Suero SS Eddie Zosky 1992 Southern (AA) OF Juan De La Rosa DH Nigel Wilson 1993 Southern (AA) P Huck Flener 1994 Southern (AA) 2B Chris Stynes 1997 Southern (AA) UTL Kevin Witt 1999 Southern (AA) DH Tim Giles UTL Adam Melhuse 2000 Southern (AA) 1B Jay Gibbons OF Robert Perez P Pasqual Coco P Bob File 2001 Southern (AA) P Chris Baker C Josh Phelps 2B Orlando Hudson OF Reed Johnson 2002 Southern (AA) P Vinny Chulk OF Dewayne Wise 2003 Southern (AA) 1B Bucky Jacobsen 2B Caonabo Cosme 2004 Southern (AA) OF Skip Schumaker 2005 Southern (AA) 2B Dan Uggla 2006 Southern (AA) C Miguel Montero 2B Danny Richar OF Jerry Gil UTL Jamie D Antona TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE Southern (AA) P Mark Holliman C Casey McGehee 1B Jake Fox DH Matt Craig OF Jorge Cortes 2008 Southern (AA) P Mitch Atkins P Donnie Veal OF Doug Deeds Util Nate Spears 2009 Southern (AA) P Jay Jackson P Casey Coleman P Brian Schlitter 1B Blake Lalli OF Jim Adduci UTL Tony Thomas 2010 Southern (AA) P Ryan Buchter P David Cales P Hung-Wen Chan P Luke Sommer C Robinson Chirinos C Steve Clevenger OF Tony Campana DH Blake Lalli 2011 Southern (AA) P Rafael Dolis C Steve Clevenger 1B Blake Lalli 2B Ryan Flaherty SS Marwin Gonzalez OF Brett Jackson OF Matt Spencer DH Rebel Ridling 2012 Southern (AA) P Frank Batista P Alberto Cabera P Kevin Rhoderick OF Jim Adduci DH Justin Bour 2013 Southern (AA) P Alberto Cabrera P Kyle Hendricks C Rafael Lopez SS Arismendy Alcantara 3B Christian Villanueva OF Matt Szczur 2014 Southern (AA) P Corey Black P Hunter Cervenka P P.J. Francescon P Armando Rivero C Rafael Lopez 2B Stephen Bruno 3B Kris Bryant OF John Andreoli 2015 Southern (AA) P Frank Batista P Corey Black P Felix Pena P P.J. Francescon C Kyle Schwarber C Willson Contreras 1B Dan Vogelbach 2016 Southern (AA) P Paul Blackburn P Brad Markey C Victor Caratini 2B Chesny Young 3B Jeimer Candelario OF Mark Zagunis FRONT OFFICE 85

87 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES HONORS AND AWARDS / NO-HITTERS SMOKIES MANAGERS OF THE YEAR 1950 Jack Aragon Tri-State League 1962 Frank Carswell South Atlantic League 1972 Joe Sparks Southern League 1974 Jim Napier Southern League 1985 John McLaren Southern League 2010 Bill Dancy Southern League SMOKIES MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 1975 Mike Squires Southern League 1976 Larry Foster Southern League 1978 Joe Gates Southern League 1993 Carlos Delgado Southern League 2001 Josh Phelps Southern League SMOKIES PITCHERS OF THE YEAR 1975 Ken Kravec Southern League 1985 Steve Davis Southern League 2001 Chris Baker Southern League 2002 Vinny Chulk Southern League SMOKIES NO-HITTERS YEAR PLAYER(S) OPPONENT SCORE 1950 Charles Menke Tri-State Florence Doug Gallagher South Atlantic Charlotte 3-0 (PO) 1961 Mickey Lolich / David Reed / Ross Grimsley, Sr. South Atlantic Asheville Orland Marentette South Atlantic Charlotte 3-0 (7) 1964 Doug Gallagher Southern Asheville 3-0 (7) 1984 David Shipanoff / Tim Rodgers / Mercedes Esquer Southern Charlotte Scott Elam Southern Memphis Peter Blohm Southern Greenville 2-0 (6) 2000 Leo Estrella Southern Orlando Gerardo Garcia Southern Orlando Mark Holliman Southern Huntsville 3-0 (7) 2013 Eric Jokisch Southern Jacksonville 10-0 Number in parentheses indicates innings if other than nine; P indicates Perfect Game; PO indicates Playoff Game TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

88 SMOKIES MANAGERS Year Wins Losses Finish Manager 1896 (NO AVAILABLE) st Frank Moffett NO TEAM 1902 (NO AVAILABLE) 1903 (NO AVAILABLE) st Frank Moffett/Charles Akers NO TEAM th Wilson Matthews/Steve Griffin st Frank Moffett nd Frank Moffett nd Frank Moffett nd Frank Moffett th Frank Moffett/Ambrose Gaines NO TEAM th Roy Clunk th Frank Moffett st Frank Moffett (CHAMPS) 1st Frank Moffett th Bill Holden/Walt Barbare th Frank Moffett rd Bob Coleman th Gabby Street (CHAMPS) 1st Joe Schepner 1930 NO TEAM th Milt Stock th Joe Schepner/Bernie Neis th Tommy Taylor th Pee Wee Wanninger/ Lee Head th Lee Head th Jesse Petty/Neil Caldwell th Neil Caldwell th Neil Caldwell th Neil Caldwell th Neil Caldwell/Fred Lindstrom th Fred Lindstrom th Bert Niehoff th Buddy Lewis NO TEAM rd Dale Alexander rd Dale Alexander th Dale Alexander/David Garcia th Frank Genovese st Jack Aragon th Jack Aragon th Jack Aragon/Fred Gerken (CHAMPS) 2nd Vince Pankovits (CHAMPS) 2nd Pat McGlothin/Lewis Davis 1955 NO TEAM th Dick Bartell/Earl Weaver th George Staller th George Staller st Johnny Pesky th Frank Skaff nd Frank Carswell nd Frank Carswell th Frank Carswell/Frank Skaff th Bobby Mavis FRONT OFFICE TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 87

89 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES MANAGERS Year Wins Losses Finish Manager th John Red Davis th Jack Cassini th Don Zimmer/Lou Fitzgerald NO TEAM th Joe Sparks th Jim Napier (CHAMPS) 3rd Jim Napier th Jim Napier th Gordon Lund th Jim Napier (CHAMPS) 1st Tony LaRussa/Joe Jones th Gordon Lund th Duane Larson th D. Larson/L. Hardy th Larry Hardy th John McLaren th John McLaren st John McLaren rd Larry Hardy th Glenn Ezell th Barry Foote th Barry Foote th (t) John Stearns th (t) John Stearns th Garth Iorg th Garth Iorg th Garth Iorg th Garth Iorg th Omar Malave rd Omar Malave th Omar Malave th Omar Malave th Rocket Wheeler nd Rocket Wheeler th Rocket Wheeler th Mark DeJohn (Co-Champs) 6th Mark DeJohn th Tony Perezchica th Bill Plummer nd Pat Listach th Buddy Bailey rd Ryne Sandberg st Bill Dancy st Brian Harper rd Buddy Bailey st Buddy Bailey nd Buddy Bailey nd Buddy Bailey th Mark Johnson TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

90 - A - Abernathy, Brent Abernathy, Woody Abill, Joseph Abreau, Dennis Acker, Tom Acosta, Teolindo Acquino, Luis Adair, Bill Adams, Clifford Adams, Spencer Adduci, James , Adriana, Sharnol , 97 Aitcheson, Armando Aitken, George Alba, Carlos Alcantara, Arismendy Allen, Rod Alexander, Carl Alexander, Walter Allington, Bill Almanza, Jimmy Almanzar, Clayton Almora Jr., Albert Alsop, Charles Alverez, Rick Amaya, Gioskar Andersen, Laurits Anderson, Harrison Anderson, Herb Anderson, John Anderson, Lars Anderson, Rufus Anderson, Victor Anderson, William Andreoli, John Andrews, Ivy Angelo, Harvey Angle, Martin Antigua, Jeffry Apodaca, Juan Aragon, Jack , Archer, Chris Archer, Jim Arrieta, Jake Arroyo, Luis Arteaga, Edito Asbell, Jim Asbill, Joseph Ashcraft, Earl Atkins, Grady Atkins, Mitch Atkinson, Herbert Atkinson, Michael Attardi, Jay Aust, Dennis Avery, Matt Avlas, Phil Axelson, Josh B - Babkoff, Ronald Bach, Stanley Bacque, Gene Bader, Leo Baez, Javier Baez, Jeffrey Baines, Harold Baker, Al G Baker, Al J Baker, Chris Baker, David Baker, Jake Baker, Jerry Baker, Jim Baker, Raymond Baker, Ulmont Bale, John Ball, Jared Baldwin, Mike Balsley, Darren Banderas, Terry Bandy, Frank Bankston, Thomas Baptist, Travis Barfield, Jesse SMOKIES ALL-TIME ROSTER Barker, Ray Barrett, Virgil Barrios, Francisco Barron, Robert Barclay, Curt Barnes, Carlton Barnes, Jack Barnes, Rick Barney, Darwin Barnicle, Ted Barth, Bert , 60 Bartholome, Terry Bass, Adam Bass, Dick Bastion, Marvin Bates, Richard Batista, Frank Batiste, Kevin Battle, Howard Bauer, Greg Bauer, Peter Bauer, Phil Bauers, Russ Baumgarten, Ross Baxter, Ed Beauchamp, Kash Beatty, Merlin Beck, Boom-Boom Beck, Richard Beckmann, Bill Bedore, Frederick Beeler, Dallas Belinsky, Bo Beliveau, Jeff Bell, Derek Bell, Harry Bell, Jack Bell, Jason Bell, Kevin Beltran, Alonso Bencomo, Omar , Benedict, Moby Benjamin, Al Benning, Joseph Benton, Rabbit Benza, Alfred Berg, Dave Berg, Justin Berlind, Daniel Bernal, Chino Berroa, Geronimo Berry, Lawrence Bertram, Clare Besana, Fred Best, Kurt Bethea, James Bevell, Russell Bibens-Dirkx, Austin Bickford, Bobby Bigelow, Elliot Biggerstaff, George Biggs, Billy Biggs, Charles Birkeland, Theodore Bishop, Jim Bishop, Lawrence Bivin, Jim Black, Corey Blackburn, Paul Blackmon, Tom Blackerby, George Blackford, Todd Blackwell, Orlando Blair, Buddy Blair, Footsie Blair, Willie Blake, Casey Blake, Ed Bleazard, Dave , 2001 Blethen, Clarence Blevins, Jerry Blohm, Pete Blumberg, Rob Boback, John Bobb, Randy Bock, Paul Bogott, Kurt Boim, Irving Bolivar, Papo Bolton, Cecil Bonifacio, Emilio Bonner, Paul Bonowitz, Joe Borders, Pat Boss, Harley Boston, D.J Bould, Don Bour, Justin Bourg, Rusty Bouton, Jim Bowen, Jack Bowers, Brent , 98 Bowes, John Bowles, Brian Bowling, Steve Bowman, William Boyd, Shaun Bradford, Charles Bradford, Josh Bradshaw, George Brady, Jim Brandes, Vernon Brandon, Hilton Brandow, Derek Brauchle, George Braun, Barton Brazis, Matt Breeden, Scott Brenly, Michael Brennan, Don Brewer, Jack Bridges, Bobby Brigham, Jacob Briner, Daniel Brinson, Hugh Brito, Tilson , 94 Braun, Barton Brockmeyer, Cael Broussard, Ben Brow, Scott Brown, Chad , 98 Brown, Darren Brown, David Brown, Gates Brown, Hubert Brown, Ike Brown, Jack Brown, James Brown, Jim Brown, Joseph Brown, Kevin Brown, Neb Brown, Robert Brown, Timothy Brown, Tom Brown, Winfrey Browne, Earl Brozovich, Peter Brummette, Hobe , 25 Bruno, Stephen Bruns, Donald Brunsberg, Arlo Bryan, Jim Bryant, Don Bryant, Kris Bryden, Ewen Brzenk, Ted , 61 Buckles, Ken Buddin, Don Bullock, Harry , 13 Burck, Harold Burge, Arlie Burgess, Charles Burgess, Michael Burgos, Enrique Burke, James Burke, Leo Burke, Mike Burkholder, William Burks, Charcer Burns, Britt Burns, Dennis TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - Burnside, Pete Burrows, John Burton, Irving Burton, James Busby, Paul Buskey, Mike Buchter, Ryan Butler, Rich Butler, Rob Byrd, Claude Byrd, Samuel C - Cabrera, Alberto Cabrera, Francisco Cain, Sugar Caldwell, Neil Caldwell, Robert Cales, David Calfee, Howard Cali, Carmen Callahan, Robert Callaway, Frank , 23 Calvey, Jack Cammayer, Augustus Camp, Matt , 11 Campana, Tony Campanis, Al Campbell, Dave Campbell, John Campusano, Sil Campusano, Edward Canate, William Candelaria, Ben Candelario, Jeimer Cannon, Joe Cantrell, Jimmie Canzler, Russ Caraballo, Angel Caratini, Victor Carbo, Bernie Carden, John Carden, Lloyd Carhart, Ben Caridad, Esmailin , Carlander, Wayne Carlucci, Rich Carney, Richard Carpen, Frederick Carpenter, Bob Carpenter, Chris , Carpenter, Christopher Carrara, Giovanni Carrillo, Marco Carter, Chris Carter, Josh Casanova, William Casey, Joe Cash, Kevin Cashner, Andrew Cassidy, Scott Castellanos, Hugo Castellanos, Jonathan Castiglione, Eugene Castillo, Erick Castillo, Lendy , 14 Castillo, Tony Castillo, Welington ,12 Castillo, Wilkin Castillo, Yeiper Castleman, Foster Castro, Starlin Cates, Gary Cates, Zach Cavazos, Andy Ceda, Jose Cerda, Matt Cedeno, Domingo Cerutti, John Cervenka, Hunter Cuellar, Miguel Chacin, Gustavo Chadwick, Roger Chambers, John Chandler, Ronnie Chaney, Darrel FRONT OFFICE 89

91 FRONT OFFICE Chapman, Ed Chapman, Glenn Chapman, Jaye Chappas, Harry Chatham, Buster Chavez, Johermyn Chavis, Grady Chen, Pin-Chieh Chervinko, George Chestnut, Troy Chen, Hung-Wen Chiaffredo, Paul Chico, Matt Chirinos, Robinson Chitwood, Kenneth Chozen, Harry Chulk, Vinnie Churchill, Robert Cingolani, Dino Ciprian, Wilson Clancy, Jim Clessures, Arthur Clevenger, Steve Clingan, James Clunk, Roy Cochran, John Coco, Pasqual Coello, Robert Coffman, Dick Colbern, Mike Coleman, Bob Coleman, Casey Coles, Corey Colina, Javier Colley, Erby Collier, Orlin Collins, Gregory Collins, Pat Collins, Steve Colvin, Tyler Combs, Robert Command, Jim Commisso, Domenick Compusano, Edward Concepcion, Gerardo Conroy, Michael Constable, Jim Contos, Dick Contreras, Willson Conway, Josh Cook, B.R Cook, Earl Cook, Jeremy Coolbaugh, Mike Cooper, Blake Cooper, Michael Cornett, Brad Cortes, Jorge Cosme, Caonabo Costa, Alberto Cota, Jesus Cotter, Hooks Coulter, Roy Cova, Rafael Cox, Ronald Cox, Ted Coyle, Rocky Crabtree, Timothy Craig, Matt Craig, Pete Crandle, Ricky Crawford, Rashad Crespo, Felipe Cresse, Brad Cripps, Bobby Cromer, Brandon Cromwell, Nate Cross, John Cross, Jesse Cross, Lenoard Crosta, James Crouch, Jack Crouch, Lester Cruz, Fernando Cuellar, Miguel Cuellar, Mike SMOKIES ALL-TIME ROSTER Cuevas, Varonex Cullen, Mike Cullop, Nick Cumberland, Chris Cummings, Jeremy Curl, Kedy Curtin, Roy Curtin, Link Cutler, Charlie Czekaj, Richard D - Dagres, Angelo Daigle, Casey Dalkowski D Antona, Jamie Danaher, David Dansby, Leonidas Darvill, Wes Dashner, Billy Davey, Tom Davies, Rowland Davidson, Max , 54 Davis, Dace Davis, Dixie Davis, Greyson Davis, Lewis , 54 Davis, Steve , 87 Davis, Taylor Day, Richard Deal, Lindsay Dean, Aaron Deck, Dennis Deeds, Doug DeHart, Richard Deighan, Richard DeJak, Thomas De La Cruz, Hector De La Cruz, Lorenzo De La Rosa, Jesus De La Rosa, Juan DeStefano, Joseph Delgado, Carlos Delgado, Earnie Del Gaudio, Gerald Delaoch, Bobby DeMars, Harold Dempsey, Pete Dennis, Eddie , 85 Denorfia, Chris Dent, Bucky Dent, Ryan Dent, Sheldon Deschaine, Jim DeVoss, Zeke Dewillis, Jeff Diaz, Carlos Diaz, Cesar Diaz, Dayan Diaz, Manuel Dickens, Guilford Dickman, Mark Dickson, Jason Didier, Gerald Diehl, Robert Dima, Doug Dinyer, Frank DiRosa, Mike Dlugach, Michael Dobson, Pat , Dodd, Tom Dodeward, Harold Dodson, Jeremy Dolis, Rafael Doljack, Joe Dollinger, Ralph Doman, Roger Donahue, Peter Dopriak, Brian Doran, Pat Dotson, Richard Doubront, Felix Douthat, Dick Dovel, Larry Downing, Brian Downs, Darin Doyle, Andrew Drakos, Ted Drew, Stephen Duke, Willie Duncan, Chris Dunlap, James Dunn, Cecil Durso, Joseph Dustal, Andrew Dustal, Bob Dwyer, John Dyer, Aubrey Dziadkowiec, Andy E - Earl, Joseph Easterbrook, Robert Ebinger, Brent Echevarria, Orlando Edwards Jr., Carl Edwards, James Egan, Dick Ehrensberger, Bill Ehrnsberger, Chad Eickhorst, Chris Elam, Scott , 85 Elliot, Bob Elliot, Matt Ellis, Nicholas England, Tim Engleman, Jim Englishman, William Ennis, Robert Enright, George Epps, Aubrey Ereu, Willie Erickson, Corey Escobar, Jose , 88 Escobar, Kelvim Espina, Rendy Espy, Nate Esquer, Mercedes Estrada, Chuck Estrada, Jesse Estrada, Kevin Estrada, Manny Estrella, Leo Etchandy, Curt , 79 Evans, Red Evans, Roosevelt Evans, Tom Ewing, Sam Eyre, Scott F - Fagan, Shawn Callon, Charles Fanok, Harry Farris, James Faul, Bill Feathers, Beattie Featherstone, Robert Fedorko, John Felix, Junior Feller, Jack Fenderson, John Fernandez, Blas Fernandez, Chico Fernandez, Jair Fernandez, Oscar Ferrante, Charles Fette, Lou Fiarito, Tony Fielder, Cecil Fierro, Manny Figueroa, Eduardo Figueroa, Jesus File, Juan Filer, Bob Finley, Bob Finn, James Fisher, Albert Fisher, Dale Fisher, Fritz Fisher, Jack Flaherty, Ryan TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - Flannery, John Freehan, Bill Fleming, Tom Fletcher, Guy Fletcher, Tom , 64 Flete, Bryant Flick, Lew Flores, Huck Flores, Luis , 14 Flournoy, John Flownor, Ryan Fodor, Marvin Foley, Marv Folkers, Jess Forbes, William Ford, Dewey , Ford, Kenneth Ford, Lambert Fore, Randy Foster, Charles Foster, Larry , 64 Foster, Larry J Forsyth, Theodore Fox, Chad Fox, Jacob Fox, Jake Fox, James Fox, Norman Fox, Terry Frailing, Ken Francescon, P.J Franklin, Wilbert Franks, Dean Frantz, Art Frazier, Alex Frazier, Fred Freel, Ryan Freeman, Chris Freigau, Howard French, Aaron French, Walkt Frondorf, Thomas Frost, Dave Frumin, Zelig Frye, Dean Fucci, Dom Fujikawa, Kyuji Fuld, Sam Fulk, William Futch, Ike G - Gaffney, George Galen, Joe Gall, John Gallagher, Doug , 64 Gallagher, Glenn Galligan, David Ganote, Joe Garcia, Alberto Garcia, Dave Garcia, Dumas Garcia, Ramon Garcia, Santiago Gardner, Joe Gardner, Vassie Garmendia, Oscar Garnell, Gene Garner, David Garner, Parker Garrabrants, Steve Garrett, Glenn Garrison, Webster , Garza, Matt Gassner, Dave Gates, Joe Gaub, John Geddes, Jim , 74 Geiger, Dustin Genovese, Frank Gentry, Harvey Gerken, Fred Gerken, George Giannelli, Ray Giansanti, Anthony Gibbs, Frank

92 Gibbons, Jay Gil, Jerry Giles, Tim Gilles, Tom Gillespie, Paul Gilliam, Keith Girardi, Joe Giron, Isabel Gladding, Fred Glant, Dustin Glass, Raymond Glock, Charles Glover, Gary Gnacinski, Paul Goda, Mike , 41 Godfredson, Vernon Goldy, Purnal Gomez, Rudy Gonzalez, Alberto Gonzalez, Alex Gonzalez, Carlos Gonzalez, Enrique Gonzalez, Joseph Gonzalez, Manuel Gonzalez, Marwin Gooch, Charlie Goocher, Clint Gorbould, Bobby Gordon, Don Gordon, Mike Gorecki, Reid Gorrondona, Donald Goudie, Jaime Gozzo, Mauro Gracesqui, Franklyn Graterol, Beiker Gray, Dennis Gray, Lorenzo Green, Guy Green, Lee Green, Otis Green, Shawn Greene, Harvey Greene, Klon , Gribble, George Griffin, Earl Griffin, Greg Griffith, Paul Grimes, Ed Grimsley, Ross Grose, Robert Gross, Gabe Grossman, Jack Grossman, Stanford Grove, Scott Gunning, Ed Gutierrez, Carlos Gutierrez, Guillermo Guyer, Brandon Guzman, Angel Guzman, Juan Guzman, Luis H - Ha, Jae-Hoon Hackett, Thomas Haddix, Ben Hafey, Bud Hafey, Tom Haile, Walter Hairston, Jerry Haley, Adam Hall, Darren Halladay, Roy , 2001 Hallgren, Arnold Hallman, Robert Halperin, Mike , 98 Haltiwanger, Garrick Hamann, Kenneth Hamil, Hugh Hamilton, Jon Hamilton, Thorpe Hamman, Rob Hampton, Issac Hamric, Russ Hanna, James SMOKIES ALL-TIME ROSTER Hannemann, Jacob Hanley, John Hanlon, Roger Hansen, Ron Happ, Ian Haren, Dan Harman, Casey Harmes, Kristopher , Harper, DeValloon Harper, Marshall Harrington, Dustin Harris, D.J Harris, Garry Harris, Gail Harris, Mercer Harris, Ty relle Harrison, Paul Hart, Kevin Hartline, Leo Hartman, Bernard Hartshorn, Ty Harvey, Ryan Hatley, Marcus Hawkins, Fred , 47 Hayes, Bruce Hayes, Chris Haynes, Brodus Haynes, Dee Head, Lee Hearron, Jeff , 87 Heble, Kurt Heinzelman, Ken Henderson, Bill Henderson, Derek Henderson, Hack Henderson, Jim Henderson, Philip Henderson, Richard Hendricks, Kyle Hendrickson, Mark Henry, Santiago Hentgen, Pat Hernandez, Pedro Hernandez, Rudy Hernandez, Tobias Hernandez, Xavier Heusser, Ed Hibbard, Billy Hice, Paul Hicks, James Hill, A.J Hill, Glenallen Hill, Quency Hiller, John Hilyer, Leon Hinkle, Thomas Hipps, bobby Hockette, George Hodapp, Johnny Hodge, Milton Hodge, Tim Hodgson, Paul Hoffman, David Hogan, Dick Hogan, Mike Holden, Bill Holifield,Rick Halland, John Holliman, Mark Holly, Jeff Holm, Billy Holman, Dale Holt, Goldie , Holtgrave, Vern Hooks, Alex Hooper, Richard Horne, Ernie Horne, Trader Horsman, Vince Horton, Willie Hosan, Mike Hosler, Carl Houck, Steven Howard, Dennis , 86 Howard, Fred Howard, Jim Howell, Red Hoyt, LaMarr , 79 Hrabczak, Ed Hubbel, Travis Hubbell, John Hudgens, Jimmy Hudson, Frank Hudson, Jules Hudson, Tony Hudson, Orlando Huffstetler, John Huggins, David Hughes, Bill Hulvey, Hank Hummell, Al Humphreys, Bob Hunt, Ken Hunter, Miles Hunziker, Kent Hurdle, Michael Hurt, Jake Hurtado, Edwin Hutson, Roy Hyers, Tim I - Ihrig, Tyler Infante, Alexis Infante, Kennedy , 88 Ingram, Todd Iorg, Isaac Irace, John Ison, Johnny Isringhausen, Jason J - Jaciek, Francis Jackson, Bill Jackson, Brett , 13 Jackson, Jay Jackson, Rufus Jackson, Steven Jacobs, Elmer Jacobsen, Bucky James, Art James, Kenny James, Lacy Janke, Cheyenne Jans, Chester Jaramillo, Milko Jarvis, Jason Jasinski, Ziffy Jazen, Marty Jenkins, Lee Jennings, Kelsey Jensen, Michael Jersid, Aaron Jeter, Shawn Johnson, Bart Johnson, Chris Johnson, Gabe Johnson, Grant Johnson, James Johnson, Lamar Johnson, Matt Johnson, Michael Johnson, Owen , 64 Johnson, Pierce Johnson, Reed Johnson, Tyler Johnson, Woody Jokisch, Eric Jones, Chris Jones, Dennis Jones, Geoffery Jones, Herman Jones, Jackie Jones, John Jones, Mike Jones, Ryan Jordan, Dave Jordan, Jimmy Jordan, Ricardo Justice, William Justus, David TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - - K - Kardow, Paul Karr, Benn Karsay, Steve Kay, Arthur Kazakavich, Bernard Kearney, Charles Keefe, Dave Kegley, Charles Kelecava, Paul Keller, Louis Kelly, Bill Kelly, David Kelly, Jim Kelly, Pat , 95 Kenary, Ade Kennedy, Richard , 65, 67 Kengrey, Jarrod , 04 Kennel, Robert Kent, Jeff Key, Jimmy Kies, Norm Kilpatrick, Cleo Kimm, Bruce King, Harold Kinnard, Ken Kinney, Josh Kinsey, Chris Kirk, Austin Kittle, Ron Kizziah, Daren Klawitter, Tom Kliewer, Phillip Klonowski, Theodore Kluch, William Klugmann, Joe Klumpp, Elmer Klunder, Richard Knapp, Chris Knaupp, Chick Knight, Robert , 52 Knoor, Randy Knotes, Chris Knox, William Koehl, Robert Koehnke, Lloyd Kohlman, Joe Kollar, Harold Kolod, Gary Komadina, Tony Koneff, John Koplitz, Howie Kosco, Andy Kosman, Mike Kostro, Frank Kranepool, Ed Krause, Scott Kravec, Ken Kremblas, Mike Krider, John Kroeger, Josh Kroner, John Kucek, Jack Kudajeski, Jerry Kuntz, Rusty Kunz, Eddie Kushner, Jerry Kusiewicz, Mike L - Lairmore, Ralph Lake, Junior Lalli, Blake Lamanske, Frank Lamar, Bill LaMacchia, Al Lambert, Casey Lambert, Jeremy Lambright, Allen Lamitina, Samuel Lane, Marvin Lang, John Langaigne, Selwyn Lanning, Johnny Lansford, Josh Larimer, Roger FRONT OFFICE 91

93 FRONT OFFICE Larsen, Glen Larson, Jack Lary, Frank Lary, Lyn LaSala, Vincent Laskowski, Rudolph La Stella, Tommy Lattera, George Lavalliere, Guy Lawrence, Clint Lawrence, Joe Layden, Tim Leal, Luis Lee, Harold Lee, Jeremy Lee, Jimmy Lee, Manny Leek, Randy Lehman, Bill , 77 Leisman, David , 74 LeMahieu, DJ Lemanczyk, Matt Leraza, Oswald Leverton, James Lewis, Bill Lim, Chang-Yong Lindholtz, Gary Lindley, Jerry Lindsey, Eldon Lilly, Art Linton, Doug , 89 Liptak, William Liriano, Nelson Lis, Joe Livengood, Wes Lizarraga, Sergio Lloyd, Grame Loaiza, Esteban Locke, Chuck Lockhart, Daniel Logan, Bob Logan, Matt Lolich, Mickey Loosen, Matt , Lopez, Felipe Lopez, Jose Lopez, Luis Lopez, Rafael Lorick, Jeff Lowe, Benny Lowe, Thurman Lowell, Bruce Loyd, Brian Lucas, Ralph Luck, Eugene Ludd, Jeff Ludwig, Bob Lukasiewicz, Mark , 2000 Lukevics, Mitch , Lukisch, Tom Lukon, Eddie Lumley, Don Lundeen, Phil Lutes, William Lutz, Brent Lynch, Dale Lynn, Jim Lyon, Brandon Lyons, Mike M - MacDonald, Bob MacDonnell, James Macias, David Mackley, John Made, Jose Madigan, Herbert Maestri, Alex Maetozo, Matt Magown, Kenneth Maine, Scott Maksudian, Mike Malagone, John Malave, Omar Mallory, Pete Malone, Pat SMOKIES ALL-TIME ROSTER Maltzberger, Gordon Manders, Hal Maneff, Christopher Mann, Garth Mann, Jimmy Manning, Herbert Manrique, Fred Mapp, Charles Marentette, Leo Marguess, Mark Markey, Brad Markwell, Diegomar Maropis, Pete Marquerot, Rodger Marsh, Fred , Marshall, Alfred Marshall, James Martin, Corey Martin, Frank Martin, Joseph Martin, Legs Martina, John Martinez, Angel Martinez, Casey Martinez, Domingo Martinez, Luis Martinez, Oswaldo Martinez, Jonathan Martinez, Pedro Martinez, Sandy Mascia, Andrew Mashore, Clyde Matchick, Tommy Mateo, Marcus , 13 Mathews, Andrew Mathews, Daniel Matthews, Jim Matthewson, Dale Matulia, Matt Mauldin, Mark , Maupin, William Maxwell, Bert May, Davis Mayo, Eddie Mazzola, James McAdams, Ralhp McAuliffe, Dick McBride, Chris , 2000 McBryde, Garrett McCabe, Willis McCafferty, Red McCarthy, Thomas McCall, Larry McCall, Thomas McCauley, Robert McClain, Harold , 74, 77 McClellan, Matthew McClellan, Sean McClure, James McColl, Alex McCollum, Robert McConnell, Wilbur McCord, Toy McCoy, Mike McCrea, Frank McCrone, Clarence McCue, George McCulloch, Malin McDaniel, Joel McDaniel, Osborne McDaniel, Robert McDonald, James McDougal, Milton McElroy, Glen McElveen, Pryor McGehee, Casey McGinn, Dan McGlothin, Pat McGriff, Fred McKay, Rodney McKeegan, Jim McKinney, Billy McKirahan, Andrew McKnight, Kjack McLain, Denny McLaughlin, Colin , 84, 86 McLeod, Jim McMillen, Donald McMurtry, Craig McNair, Eric McNealy, Derwin McNutt, Trey McRae, Hal Meadows, Stanley Means, Richard Meiners, Doug , 98 Meinershagan, Adam Melhuse, Adam Melton, Dewey Mendez, Adalberto Mengel, Bradley Menhart, Paul Menke, Charles Menner, Don Mercedes, Mario Merritt, John Metha, Scat Metral, Bill Mesa, Ivan Mesa. Jose Metkovich, John Meyer, Billy Meyer, Dutch , Miller, Bill Miller, James Miller, John Miller, Wade Milliniks, Rance Mills, Mike Milner, Brain Mingori, Steve Minner, Paul Mincy, Red Mitchell, James , 51 Mlyczek, George Mobley, David Mock, Barret Molina, Yadier Monahan, Peter Monchak, Alex Monette, Jacques Monroe, Larry Montalvo, Rob Montero, Miguel , 15 Montgomery, Frank Montgomery, John Montoya, Al Monzon, Jose Moody, Josephy Moon, Leo Mooney, Jim Moore, Bill Moore, Cy Moore, Greg Moore, Jackie Moore, Lloyd Moore, Marcus Moore, Raymond , Moran, Bill , 76, Morgan, David Morgan, Matt Morgan, Richard Morio, Jim Morland, Michael Morley, Bill Morris, A.J Morris, Jake Morrison, Brian Moser, Arnie Moser, Todd Mosquera, Julio , 98 Moss, Ray Mostransky, William Mota, Jonathan Moultrie, Pat Moursund, Kenneth Moxey, Ed Moylan, Dan Mueller, Jim Mueller, Jon Mueller, Ray Mueller, Ted TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - Mullins, Fran Mumaw, Steve Mummau, Rob , 98 Munday, Charles Munoz, Pedro Murawski, Raymond Murillo, Ramon Murphy, Billy Murray, Tommy Murrillo, Agustin Muschko, Craig Musselman, Jeff Muyco, Jake Myatt, George Myers, Elmer Myers, Greg Myllykangas, Lauri N - Na, Kyng-Min Naehring, Mark Nagel, Alfred Nannini, Mike Narveson, Chris Negrin, Yoanner Neil, Al , 54 Neis, Bernie Nelsen, Ed Nelson, John Nelson, Tedx Nessing, Joseph Netwall, Chris Neumeier, Dan Neville, Daniel Newcomb, Joe Newhouser, Dick Nicholson, Dave Niesyto, Richard Niezgoda, Leo Nina, Elvin Nippert, Dustin Nishwitz, Ron Noble, Chad Noriega, John Norko, Tom Norman, Bill Northrup, Jim Norton, Tom Novinsky, John Nunes, Melvin Nunez, Bernie Null, Jeremy Nyman, Chris Nyman, Nyls O - Oana, Prince Oates, Michael Obergon, Francisco Ogden, Stanley Ogliaruso, Mike O Halloran, Greg Ohlendorf, Ross Ohlms, Mark O Keefe, Rick Oldham, Red Oliver, Jeff Oliver, Tom Oliverio, Steve Olsen, John Olt, Mike O Malley, Ryan Ondina, Mike O Neill, Bernard Opitz, Jake Oplinger, Bill Orloski, Joe Orta, Jorge Orton, Thomas Osborne, Pal Oser, Hugh O Shields, Garland Osteen, Darrell Otanez, Willis Otten, Jim Owen, Chester

94 Owen, Theodore Owens, Homer Owings, Micah Oyler, Ray Ozuna, Francisco P - Pace, Scott Pack, George Paffel, Bob Palmer, Robert Paniagua, Juan Pankovits, Vince Papa, John Papaccio, Giuseppe Papelbon, Jeremy Pappas, Milt Parisi, Mike Parker, Blake Parker, Matt Parmalee, Otto Parris, Steve Parrott, Rhett Paschal, Ben Pasillas, Andy Pasley, Kevin Pate, Joe Patrow, Edward Patterson, Paul , 75 Patterson, Richard Patton, David Patzke, Jeff Pavelko, Paul Payne, Jerrod Paynick, Paul Pazik, Mike Pearce, Josh Pearson, Bob Pearson, Jason Pearson, Tyler Peckman, Howard , 46 Pederson, Stu Peeler, Roy Peeples, Michael , 2000 Pena, Felix Pena, Juan Pena, Tony Penalver, Carlos Perakslis, Stephen Peralta, Juan Peralta, Starling Perez, Jerson Perez, Joel Perez, Nelson Perez, Robert , 2000 Perkins, Vince Peters, Tony Petralli, Eugene Petrick, Billy Petit, Jose Pfund, Lee Phelon, Allen Phelps, Josh Phillips, Chris Phillips, Randy Phipps, Mack Piet, Frank Pignatiello, Carmen Pike, Jess Pineiro, Joel Pineyro, Ivan Pinkham, Bill Pinkston, Roy Pintarell, Stanley Pipak, Joseph Pitt, Clarence Platel, Mark Player, George Poindexter, Jennings Polvika, Ken Polli, Lou Poloni, John Polvogt, Fred Pomykala, Joseph Poole, James Poole, Mark SMOKIES ALL-TIME ROSTER Porter, Carl Portera, Frank Powell, Bill Powell, Grover Powers, Joseph Pride, Paul Probst, Alan Proctor, Jim , 63 Province, Todd Pugliese, James Puig, Rich Puleo, Charles Pully, Marty Pulliam, Jose Purcell, Robert Pyburn, Jim Q - Queen, Jackson , 64 Quinlan, Tom R - Rabb, William Rabung, Donald Rademacher, Bijan Radsavage, Alfred Raehse, William Rakkar, Jasvir Rainey, Mark Raley, Brooks Rambert, Pep Ramie, Vern Ramirez, Angel Ramirez, Neil , 15 Ramsey, Mendel Rauth, Chris Rea, William Reams, Ron Rebel, Art Recker, Anthony Reed, David Reed, Kenneth Reed, Mark Reese, Andy Reihard, Gregory Reimer, Gerald Reimers, Cameron Reinhard, Greg Reish, Steve Reyes, Anthony Reyna, Luis Reynolds, Eugene Reynolds, Jeff Reynolds, Kyle Reynolds, Mark Reynolds, Michael Rhee, Dae-Eun Rhine, Kendall Rhinehardt, George Rhoderick, Kevin Rhodes, Cecil Rhoton, Frank Ricciuti, Alfred Rich, Dominic Richar, Danny Richardtz, Scott Richardville, Paul Richie, Anthony Richmond, Proctor Rick, Alan Ridling, Rebel Righetti, Dave Riley, Lee Rios, Carlos Rios, Juan Rivenbark, Albert Rivera, Pablo Rivero, Armando Rivers, Jonathan Rivers, Ken Rovette, Scott Roberson, Harold Roberts, Cy Roberts, Dave Roberts, Lonell , Roberts, Quineth , 63 Robertson, Jay Robinson, Chris Robinson, Dewey Robnett, Richie Rocco, Mickey Rocek, John Rodgers, Buck Rodgers, Paul Rodgers, Tim Rodin, Eric Rodriguez, Gerardo Rodriguez, Luis Rodriguez, Mike Rodriguez, Julio Rogers, Francis Rogers, Jacob Rogers, Jimmy , 93 Rohan, Greg Rojas, Carlos Rojas, Larra Roman, Bill Roman, Jesse Romano, Mike Romeo, Nicholas Rooker, Jim Roquet, Rocky Rosario, Gabriel Rosenfield, Max Rosenkranz, Ramon Rosenthal, Sy Rosscup, Zac , 15 Rossi, Al Rourke, Danny Rouse, Mike Rowe, Peter Roy, Luther Rozich, William Ruble, Art , 36 Ruhlman, Jayson Rummans, Elmer Ruoff, Ollie Rupp, Chad Rusin, Chris Russell, Addison Russell, James Russell, Lloyd Rust, Evan Ryan, John Rymel, Lance Rypien, Tim S - Sabulsky, Art Salas, Issmael Salas, Francisco Salmon, Chico Salvent, Aldo Samardzija, Jeff Samford, James Samford, Ron Samson, Nate Sanchez, Alex , 91 Sanders, Anthony Sanders, Earl Sandlin, Bennie Sands, Morris Sands, Paul Santana, Rafael Santiago, Andres Sapp, Ross Sarracino, Fred Sasser, Dustin Satterfield, Ralph Sawkin, Warren Sawyer, Phil Seaborn, Colie Seagraves, James Searcy, Kelly Searle, Ryan Secrist, Don Seidholz, Donn , 77, 79 Sells, J Seminick, Andy Scalzi, Skeeter Schaeffer, Duane , 77 Schaffer, Trevor TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - Schaper, Wayne Schappert, Paul Scheifley, Karl Schepner, Joe Scherer, Doug Schesler, Dutch Schleicher,Robert Schifano, Tony Schlitter, Brian , Schmalz, Andrew Schmid, George Schmidt, Augie Schmitt, Robert Schroeder, Wilmer Schuermann, Lenoard Schultz, Mike Schultz, Theodore Schumaker, Skip Schunk, Jerry Schupp, Charles Schwarber, Kyle Scott, Hobert Scott, Joe Scott, Lefty Scott, Legrant Scott, Shawn Scott, Tayler Searcy, Kelly Searle, Ryan , 14 Secrist, Reed Segura, Jose , 86 Seidholz, Donn , 78 Sells, Albert Sena, Emmanuel Senteney, Steev Serrano, Juan Shaddy, Chris , Shafer, Aaron Shaffer, Duane , 75, 78 Shanks, Willy Shappi, A.J Sharp, Bill Sharpe, Kola Sharperson, Mike Shaver, Chris Shea, John Sheehan, Jack Sheehan, Jim Sheldon, Richard Shell, Frankie Shelley, Hugh Shelter, Vernon Sheperd, Ron Sheppard, Don Sherman, William Shermer, John Shetler, Vernon Shinn, Walt Shipanoff, Dave Shirley, Mule Shoals, Muscle Shoop, Ron Sierra, Oscar Suevart, Mark Sikaras, Pete Silva, Jesus Silva, Rubi Silverman, Robert Simmons, Malcolm Simokaitis, Joe Simononis, Alphonsus Simpson, Richard Simunek, William Siner, Steve Singleton, Justin Skaff, Frank Skaugstad, Dave Skeet, Will Skidmore, Leo Skulina, Tyler Slaten, Doug Sliwinski, Kevin Small, Aaron Smallwood, Dick Smiley, Charles , 63 Smiley, James FRONT OFFICE 93

95 FRONT OFFICE Smit, Kyle Smith, Barry Smith, Brian Smith, Cleo Smith, Elmer Smith, George C Smith, George S Smith, Gregory Smith, Jackie Smith, Jeff Smith, Larry Smith, Leo , Smith, Marquez Smith, Mike Smith, Mike Smith, Nate Smith, Paul Smith, Willie Smithson, Tom Smythe, Harry Sneed, John Snyder, Bernie Snyder, Harry Sodd, Bill Sokol, Edward , 52 Solano, Danny Solano, Fausto Soler, Jorge Sollmann, Scott Sommer, Luke Siruano, Hilario Soriano, Rafael Soto, Elliot Soto, Geovany , 11 Sovern, Jeff Sparma, Joe Spearman, Jemel Spears, Nate Speed, Dorian Spencer, George Spencer, Matthew Spencer, Tom Spille, Ryan Spoljaric, Paul Sprague, Kevin Sprinkle, Charles Spruell, Roy Squires, Mike Staller, George Stanley, Mickey Stanton, Buck Stark, Matt Stasey, Pat Stebbins, Lee Steed, Rick Steele, Victor Steidel, William Stein, Irv Stein, Pete Steinbock, Delmar Stemberger, Brian Stencel, Stanley Stenhouse, Dan Stephens, Robert Stephenson, Walter Stevens, Jeff Stevenson, Jason Steverson, Todd Stewart, Glen Stewart, Shannon Stewart, Stuffy Stewart, William Stigelman, Harry Stinchcomb, Billy Stinnet, Jake Stinson, Butch Stockman, Phil Stocks, Nick Stoddard, Tim Stodgel, Douglas Stoeber, Mark Stokes, John Stottlemyre, Todd Stowe, John Strange, Mike , 99 Street, Gabby SMOKIES ALL-TIME ROSTER Striker, Jake Stromme, Floyd Stromsborg, Ryan Stroot, Gary Struck, Nick Stynes, Chris Suarez, Larry Suero, Williams Sugrue, Joe Sullivan, John Sundin, Gordie Susko, Pete Sutherland, Leo Sutton, Rico Swan, Stan Swanson, Hal Swanson, Stan Swiderski, Carl Swigart, Oad Swisher, Steve Szczur, Matt Szekula, Frank T - Tabb, Thomas Talley, Joseph Tangeman, Julian Tanner, Rudy Tarr, Jake Tasby, Willie Tatis, Bernie Taylor, Johnny Taylor, Mike Taylor, Tommy Tedesco, Charles Teeter, John Teutsch, Mark Tevlin, Creighton Thayer, Gregory Thomas, Gerald Thomas, James Thomas, Tommy Thomas, Tony Thomas, William , 44 Thomason, William , 56 Thompson, Andy Thompson, Brad Thompson, Chris Thompson, Ray Thompson, Rich Thompson, Rich Thompson, Ryan Thompson, Sam Thompson, Thomas Thompson, Tim Timlin, Mike Timmerman, Tom Tipa, Stephen Tippery, Kennth Tischinski, Tom Tobin, Pat Tollison, David Toma, Daniel Toman, Tommy Tomkinson, Pat Tonucci, Norm Torres, Daury Torres, Gerardo Torres, Gleyber 2016 Torres, Tim Torres, Ray Torreyes, Ronald Townley, Jason Tramelli, John Triclek, Rick Trout, Steve Trucks, Phil Truel, Ralph Truss, Bob Tsen, Jen-Ho Tucci, Peter Tucker, Bobby Tugerson, Jim Tugerson, Leander Turner, Jacob Tyler, Johnnie , 42 - U - Uggla, Dan Umbria, Jose Underwood, Duane Urban, Michael V - Valdez, Jeudy Valenzuela, Guillermo , 85 Valle, Sindo Vandeven, Michael Van Robays, Maurice Varner, Noochie Vasqiez, Dennis Veal, Donnie Veniard, Jay Veras, Jose Villalon, Julio Villanueva, Christian Viola, Frank Vitters, Josh Vizcaino, Arodys Vogelbach, Dan Vosler, Jason Voni, Chester Vosheski, Edmund Voss, Bill Vuckovich, Pete Vucovich, Nicholas W - Wada, Tsuyoshi Waddey, Frank , Waddle, Bordie Wagner, Michael Wahley, Cy Waldrop, James Walega, Richard Walker, Christopher Walker, Earl Walker, Jerry Walker, John Walker, Gary Walker, Keith Walker, Roy Wallace, Jack Walrond, Les Walsh, Dana Wapnick, Steve Warchol, Steve Ward, Anthony Ward, Turner Ware, Jeff Warren, Bernie Warren, Dallas Wasco, Julian Watkins, Linville Watkins, Logan Watlington, Neal Watson, Tanner Watson, Will Watts, Grady Weathers, Casey Weathers, David Weaver, Earl Weaver, Robert Webb, Earl Weber, Ben Webster, Mitch Wechsler, Justin Weekly, Chris , 03 Weimer, George Weimer, Matt Weinke, Chris , 96 Weis, Butch Weismann, Scott Welch, Eacie Wells, Carl Wells, David , 86 Wells, Vernon Welsh, Daniel Welsh, Donald Werber, Fred Werth, Jayson Wertz, Johnny TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - West, Dick West, Herman West, Price West, Thomas Wetherell, Del Weymann, Charles Wheeler, Eddie Wheller, Ralph White, Abe White, Bill White, Elder White, James White, Ray Whiten, Mark Whitehead, Lewis Whitenack, Robert Whitmer, Dan Widman, Kenneth Widmayer, Walter Wiese, Raymond Wiggins, Scott Wilhelm, Hoyt Wilhelm, Spider Wilkinson, Matthew Williams, Earl , 26, 32 Williams, Glenn Williams, Guy Williams, Hoyt Williams, James Williams, Leo Williams, Marland Williams, Matt Williams, Ralph Williams, Richard Williams, Roger Williams, Royce , 31 Williams, Ryan Williams, Woody Williamson, William Williford, Edward Willis, Earle Wilson, Fin Wilson, Gary Wilson, Nigel Winston, Hank Wise, Dewayne Wishnevski, Rob Witt, Kevin Witt, Porter Widnicki, Mike Wolf, Mike , 78 Wolfenbarger, Burgess Womble, Louis Wood, Andre Wood, Jake Woodards, Orlando Woods, Ronald Woodward, Chris Wortham, Rich Wright, Ken Wright, Ty Wukemire, Mylon Wynne, William Y - Yan, Julian Yancy, Hugh Yearout, Mike Yelding, Eric Yennaco, Jay York, Rudy Young, Babe Young, Chesny Young, Chris Young, Cliff Young, Joe Young, Mark Young, Michael Z - Zapenas, Brad Zagunis, Mark Zastryzny, Rob Zeller, Joseph Zeringue, Jon Zimmer, Don

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97 FRONT OFFICE COVERING THE SMOKIES Media Credentials Credentials are issued only to working media for the purpose of covering the Tennessee Smokies and are available to any media outlet on a seasonal or game-by-game, basis. Making a request for media credentials is easy. Please call, fax or the Tennessee Smokies, care of Justin Rocke, and include your name, media affiliation, a telephone number where we can reach you and your reason for requesting the credential. Once at Smokies Stadium, please wear your credential at all times. Credential Requests Request by Phone... (865) Request by Fax... (865) Request by Press Box Guidelines The press box at Smokies Stadium is restricted to working media only. It is important to remember that the press box is a working environment, thus the press box is not a place for family or friends. Press box rules are strictly enforced. Access To Players Players are typically available before batting practice for on-field interviews and after each game in the clubhouse. The clubhouse is a restricted area. No family or friends are allowed in the clubhouse and autographs are absolutely NOT ALLOWED. Anyone seeking autographs in the clubouse postgame, or at any time/place, will be removed from the facility and future media access may be limited. After each game there will be a brief cooling-off period before access to clubhouse by members of the media is allowed. The press box manager or the director of communications will determine when the media can enter the clubhouse. Wireless Internet High-speed, wireless Internet is available to all members of the media covering games at Smokies Stadium. Access to the wireless internet is password protected. Please see the director of media relations or media relations assistant to obtain password. While we will assist you in the process of connecting to the network, the Tennessee Smokies will not offer in-depth technical support to connect your computer to the Internet. If the wireless option does not work for you, please feel free to use one of our telephone dial-up connections Pregame/Postgame Lineups, stats, rosters and game notes will be available before all 70 games at Smokies Stadium for credentialed members of the media, broadcasters and scouts ONLY. Game recaps will be ed after each game, all 140 contests, to members of the media that are on our broadcast list. To have your address added to our list, please the Smokies at the address listed above. Media Food Working members of the media will be able to access food and drinks via the Press Box Kitchen, located behind the Home and Visitors Broadcast Booths. Both the food and drinks from the Press Box Kitchen are free of charge. Working media members and other press box personnel must show their media/work credential to receive food and/or drinks. Scouts are not allowed to eat or drink the food and beverage provided in the press box TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

98 FRONT OFFICE Nicks Gates Press Row On August 28, 2010, the Smokies held a pregame ceremony to honor one of the greatest writers in the Southern League and one of the greatest sports writers in East Tennessee, Nick Gates. Gates retired from the Knoxville News Sentinel after 38 years on the job due to health issues. He covered Minor League Baseball for the News Sentinel since 1972, the year the Knox Sox began playing at Bill Meyer Stadium. During his tenure, he covered more than 2,600 home games, saw 22 different managers lead the clubs and witnessed three championship seasons in 1974, 1978 and He wasn t just a sports reporter; he was a vital part of the team and was a well-known community figure to the Knoxville area. In 1971, Gates graduated from the University of Tennessee and became the Minor League beat writer for the News Sentinel. Throughout his years, Gates covered the Knox Sox, Knoxville Jays, and the Smokies. He saw players develop from five different Major League affiliations in two different ballparks. Gates also won the Southern League Writer of the Year Award twice during his career. During the pre-game ceremony, the Smokies unveiled a sign in the press box declaring all of the press-row seating Nick Gates Press Row. The cities of Knoxville and Sevierville also declared that day as Nick Gates Day. Nick Gates will always be remembered for his tenure with the Smokies organization and members of the community who read his article daily will never forget what he brought to the community TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 97

99 FRONT OFFICE SMOKIES ON THE AIR On Radio & Internet Mick Gillispie, the voice of Smokies baseball will again anchor this year s radio broadcast joined by Charlie Walter. Gillispie is in his tenth season as Director of Broadcasting for the Smokies Radio Network. He will again be the featured play-by-play voice of the Cubs Double-A Affiliate. Gillispie also directs and manages the SRN broadcast staff and over sees the entire on air product from the intro song to the closing billboard and everything in between. Mick also just completed his sixth season broadcasting Chicago Cubs Spring Training games, teaming with Cubs television announcer Len Kasper. In addition, Gillispie was honored as the 2010 Southern League Broadcaster of the Year Award, as voted on by his peers and colleagues. Prior to joining Tennessee, Mick spent the 2005 and 2006 campaigns as a member of the Chattanooga Lookouts broadcast team. In 2004, Gillisipe served as the Director of Broadcasting for the High-A Salem Avalanche of the Carolina League, and began his career doing play-by-play for the Coastal Plain League s Wilson Tobs in In addition to his duties with the Smokies, Gillispie spends the offseason working for the Crimson Tide Sports Network, hosting the Alabama Football Pre- and Post-Game Show. He also broadcasts high school football for Tuscaloosa County High on 99.1 FM in Tuscaloosa and various sports for the SEC Network. Mick began broadcasting games at the University of Alabama on WVUA radio in Tuscaloosa, calling play-by-play for Crimson Tide baseball, in addition to hosting a football pre-game show. Charlie Walter joins the Smokies for his inagural year in Minor League Baseball. The Smokies Radio Network is anchored by flagship station WNML 99.1, a 6,000-watt FM transmitter located in Lenoir City just outside of West Knoxville and covers Maryville, Sevierville, Dayton and Crossville. The east side of Knoxville into Gatlinburg, Newport and Morristown and even Smokies Park tunes to WNRX The Thousand-Watt transmitter sits in nearby Jefferson City. The most powerful signal of the network can be heard in parts of Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, North and South Carolina. WNML-AM 990 boasts a massive 10,000 Watt, flame-throwing transmitter that is located in downtown Knoxville. All weekday day games and selective night and weekend contests may be subject to conflict with other station programs. In addition every Smokies broadcast will be streamed live and free, via the Internet, at TENNESSEE SMOKIES FRANCHISE BROADCASTERS KNOXVILLE SMOKIES (Bill Meyer Stadium) 1950s... John Ward 1950s...Hugh Branson KNOXVILLE SOX & BLUE JAYS Bob Kesling Bruce Howard Mike Keith KNOXVILLE SMOKIES Mike Johnson Garry Griffth Ed Beach Keith Killpatrick TENNESSEE SMOKIES (Smokies Stadium) Tim Grubbs Tom Hart 2007-Present...Mick Gillispie TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

100 Mick Gillispie Director of Broadcasting (865) SMOKIES ON THE AIR Mick Gillispie is the Director of Broadcasting of the Smokies Radio Network and lead play-by-play voice. The 2010 Southern League Broadcaster of the Year also teams up with telecaster Len Kasper to broadcast Chicago Cubs Spring Training games on Major League Baseball Advanced Media & Cubs.com. He can also be seen calling play-by-play for various sports on the SEC Network including Mens and Womans Basketball, Softball and Baseball. Gillispie spends the MiLB offseason hosting both the Tide Tailgate Show and Tide Post Game Live on Tide102.9 in Tuscaloosa the flagship station of Alabama Football. FRONT OFFICE Charlie Walter Broadcast Assistant Charlie grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and attended Moeller High School, a sports power that produced the likes of Barry Larkin and Ken Griffey Jr. Charlie graduated from Ohio University in 2015, and was named Sportscasters Talent Agency of America s 8th most outstanding collegiate sportscaster. Following graduation, Walter went worked as a sports anchor and reporter for the NBC affiliate in Montgomery, Alabama. It was down south where Walter fell in love with play-by-play, calling fill-in innings with Biscuits voice Chris Adams-Wall on his off days. This will be Walter s first full season in baseball. Charlie has a 2 year old Rottweiler and enjoys golfing in his spare time. Walter s favorite broadcasters are Kevin Harlan and Gus Johnson, while his favorite baseball broadcaster is Michael Kay (Not including Mick). Austin Case Media Relations Assistant Austin grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee and attended Baylor High School. Austin is currently studying Public Relations at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Austin worked as a Game Day Operations intern for the Knoxville Ice Bears professional hockey team this past season. Austin enjoys watching Tennessee athletic events and biking in his spare time. Dalton Light Media Relations Assistant Dalton grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee and attended Ben McKee Media Relations Assistant Ben grew up in a military family, living all throughout the United States. In 2013, Ben graduated from Buckhorn High School in Huntsville, Alabama. Ben is currently a junior at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, majoring in Journalism and Electronic Media. Along with being a student and intern for the Smokies, Ben interns for the Swain Event on WVLZ in Knoxville. Ben is a sports fanatic who enjoys working out and participataing in sports during his free time TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE - 99

101 FRONT OFFICE News on the World Wide Web The Tennessee Smokies can be found on the Internet at SmokiesBaseball.com. The website offers fans the most comprehensive baseball information about the Tennessee Smokies available on-line. Some of the features on the Smokies official website include the most up-to-date statistics, game summaries, and exclusive features about Tennessee Smokies events and programs, including on-line ticket sales, baseball merchandise, live radio broadcasts of every game, pitch-by-pitch enactment of games. For more information, visit www. smokiesbaseball.com. TSBN on the World Wide Web Throughout the 2016 season, the Tennessee Smokies will stream each game on the Internet. The Tennessee Smokies Baseball Network will team up with Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) to bring fans the most reliable online radio coverage of the Smokies. MLBAM may require fans to sign up for the service; however, listening to the Smokies broadcasts on the World Wide Web will remain free. SMOKIES ON THE WEB Statistics on the World Wide Web Up-to-date statistics will once again provided by MLBAM in Statistics can be accessed by logging on to www. smokiesbaseball.com under the Stats tab. If you are looking for a specific statistic that cannot be found online through the Tennessee Smokies official web site, please feel free to contact the Smokies media relations department at (865) Interact with the Smokies on the World Wide Web The Tennessee Smokies are on the cutting edge of the social media front with friends, followers and subscribers growing everyday. Keep up-to-date on all things Smokies, by visiting our Facebook, Twitter and Youtube pages. Write on our wall and stay up-to-date with us via our status updates by visiting our Facebook page. Get the most up-to-date Smokies information from weather at the ballpark, to player transactions, to special ticket discounts or promotions by following the Smokies on Twitter. Stay up-to-date via our blogs, bulletins and photo albums from the 2015 season at our Facebook page. Relive the 2015 season with clips pulled from our video production department, and check out game action, wacky promotions and more from the 2015 season at the Smokies YouTube page. Smokies iphone & Android App The Smokies can now be accessed directly from your handheld devices. The iphone/android app through MiLB s Inside The Park App allows fans to view the Smokies full schedule (including events), save game times and details to your personal calendar, buy tickets and merchandise, get up-to-date news and social media feeds and much more. In addition, fans will be able to listen to all 140 Smokies games live right from their mobile devices. Internet: Facebook: Facebook.com/Tennesseesmokies ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The 2017 Smokies Media Guide was produced by the Smokies Media Relations Department. Written and Edited By: Charlie Walter, Austin Case, Dalton Light, Ben McKee Statistical Assistance Provided By: Major League Baseball Advanced Media Photographs & Headshots Provided By: Roger C. Hoover & Roy Swann Player/Coaches Headshots Provided By: Chicago Cubs Media Relations Department Special Thanks To: Jason Carr and the entire Chicago Cubs Media Relations Staff, Brian Cox, Randall Graphics and Andrew Green Front & Back Cover Art By: Drew Gibby TENNESSEE SMOKIES GUIDE -

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