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1 2017 FINAL SEASON NOTES 51s At A Glance... Overall Record: (.394) 0 Home: (.451) Road: (.338) Day Games: 8-13 (.381) Night Games: (.397) Follow the 51 s on Facebook/51 s Baseball Team & Vegas51 s Radio: NBC Sports AM 920 The Game - Russ Langer Web & TV: MiLB.TV The 51 s concluded their 35 th Pacific Coast League season The New York Mets recalled a total of 17 players from the Las Vegas 51 s (who began the season in minor leagues) during the 2017 season: RHP Chasen Bradford RHP Jamie Callahan INF Gavin Cecchini INF Phillip Evans LHP Sean Gilmartin RHP Erik Goeddel RHP Kevin McGowan OF Brandon Nimmo RHP Tyler Pill C Kevin Plawecki INF/OF Matt Reynolds RHP Jacob Rhame INF Amed Rosario RHP Paul Sewald INF Dominic Smith OF Travis Taijeron LHP Adam Wilk Las Vegas 51 s /New York Mets Affiliation: The 51 s and Mets, on August 28, 2014, announced the renewal of their Player Development Contract through the 2016 season the PDC, on August 30, 2016, was then extended for two more seasons through 2018 the Las Vegas Stars/51 s have captured the PCL Championship twice (1986 & 1988) and appeared in the playoffs 10 times (19-29 record,.396), last appeared in 2014 Las Vegas was the 2013 & 2014 Pacific Southern Division Champions. Las Vegas Triple-A Affiliation History: San Diego Padres, 18 seasons ( ), 1,227-1,329 (.480), 7 playoff appearances Los Angeles Dodgers, 8 seasons ( ), (.489), 1 playoff appearance Toronto Blue Jays, 4 seasons ( ), (.499), 0 playoff appearances New York Mets, 5 seasons ( ), (.508), 2 playoff appearances (2013 & 2014) ALL-TIME RECORD: 2,440-2,556 (.488) 2017 CASHMAN FIELD ATTENDANCE: In 71 dates, Las Vegas total was 359,059 for an average of 5,057 Las Vegas first sellout of the season was on April 28 vs. Albuquerque (Star Wars Night/Fireworks) with a crowd of 9,872 the second sellout was a season-high crowd of 10,342 for the Smokers Strike Out 14 th Annual School Day Game on May 3 vs. Tacoma the third sellout was 9,559 for the Fireworks/Nevada Donor Network Donate Life Night on May 5 vs. Tacoma the fourth sellout was 9,353 for the Fireworks Extravaganza on the 4 th of July vs. El Paso the fifth sellout was 10,520 for the Kids Night Out/51 s Cooler Bag on August 5 vs. Oklahoma City the sixth sellout was 10,854 for the Kris Bryant Bobblehead Night on August 19 vs. Salt Lake the Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 mark in home attendance in all 35 seasons ( ) the all-time attendance total now stands at 11,668,787.

2 LARGEST SINGLE SEASON HOME ATTENDANCE: , dates 5,386 average , dates 5,441 average , dates 5,279 average , dates 5,162 average * , dates 4,878 average , dates 5,079 average *inaugural season 2017 PCL PITCHER OF THE WEEK Right-hander Jonathan Albaladejo (July 24-30) was named the PCL Pitcher of the Week on July 31...in two appearances, he didn t allow a run over 11.1 innings pitched and struck out 10. He defeated Colorado Springs, 3-0, on July 29 with 7 shutout innings and allowed four hits and struck out eight. 35 SEASONS IN THE SILVER STATE - The 51 s concluded their 35 th Pacific Coast League season in the Silver State ( ) the Las Vegas 51 s have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada Las Vegas Triple-A baseball was born on April 10, 1983 before a crowd of 10,622 at Cashman Field (Las Vegas defeated Salt Lake City, 11-8). LAS VEGAS 80-WIN SEASONS The Las Vegas franchise has won 80 or more games in a season five times: 85 (2002, franchise best record (.590); 83 (1983 inaugural season, (.580); 81 (81-63,.563 in 2013); 81 (81-63,.563 in 2014); 80 (1986 PCL champions with an mark (.563) Las Vegas recorded back-to-back 80-win seasons for the first time in franchise history (2013 & 2014). NEW YORK METS NICKNAME: The METS Nickname: The name Mets was judged by club owner Mrs. Joan Payson as the one that best met five basic criteria: 1. It met public and press acceptance; 2. It was closely related to the team s corporate name (Metropolitan Baseball Club, Inc.); 3. It was descriptive of the Metropolitan area; 4. It had a brevity that delighted copy readers everywhere; 5. It had historical background, referring to the Metropolitans of the 19th century American Association.other names considered included: Rebels, Skyliners, NYBs, Burros (for the five boroughs), Continentals, Avengers...as well as Jets and Islanders, names that would eventually find their way into the New York sports scene the Mets inaugural season was in s on Radio in Russ Langer broadcast all 142, games on NBC Sports Radio AM 920 The Game and on Langer completed his 18 th season behind the mike he is a 10-time recipient of the Nevada Sportscaster of the Year award (2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015) presented by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association also worked a total of 30 Montreal Expos games during the 2003 and 2004 seasons in 2006, Langer was hired for additional major league duty by the Baltimore Orioles and broadcast 10 games on a fill-in basis during the course of the season has also broadcast selected Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training games in March of 2006 and in Arizona in March of 2008 and with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2009 and 2010 and Chicago White Sox in also broadcast the action for the 2016 Triple-A All-Star Game Radio Network from Charlotte, North Carolina in 2016, Langer also completed his fifth season as the radio play-byplay voice for the UNLV Football team on the UNLV/IMG Sports Network. ROBERT J. BLUM BROADCAST BOOTH AT CASHMAN FIELD: The 51s Home Radio Booth was renamed the Robert J. Blum Broadcast Booth prior to the 2013 season to honor the 51s Special Assistant to the General Manager The Blummer passed away on July 22, 2012 at the age of 91...also served as the play-by-play voice for Stars/51 s baseball in selected seasons from & his company, Robert J. Blum Productions, also produced Las Vegas Triple-A professional baseball games broadcast on radio and television for several seasons.

3 51 s Manager Pedro Lopez: He was named the 23 rd manager (December 5, 2016) in the history of the Las Vegas franchise ( present, 34 seasons). Career Summary: Completed his first season as manager on the Triple-A level and his 10th season with the Mets organization ( ) career minor league managerial record in 16 seasons is (.512) spent the previous five seasons as manager of Double-A Binghamton of the Eastern League ( ) compiled a five-year regular season record of (.534) Lopez was inducted into the Binghamton Baseball Shrine on September 6, 2015 after becoming the all-time winningest manager in team history with then-320 (regular season and postseason) victories as skipper of the BMets (now the Rumble Ponies) became the first active manager or player to be inducted into Binghamton s Baseball Shrine was named the 2013 Eastern League Manager of the Year after leading Binghamton to a franchise record record (.610) and a trip to the postseason then spent the final three weeks of September serving as coach for the Mets in 2014, he guided Binghamton to an record (.585) and the BMets captured the EL Championship with a three-game sweep of Richmond guided Binghamton to three straight EL playoff appearances ( ) for the first time in franchise history. Minor League Coaching Career: Compiled an (.511) record in 16 seasons in the Texas Rangers ( , '07) and New York Mets organizations ( ) had spent the previous five seasons as manager of Double-A Binghamton of the Eastern League and compiled a five-year regular season record of (.534) began his career with the Mets as a coach/manager with Single-A Kingsport of the Appalachian League in 2008 then was the manager of Single-A Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League in 2009 and compiled a record (.600) and led the Cyclones to the playoffs held the same position with Single-A Savannah in 2010 (75-64,.540, playoff appearance) and served as manager of Single-A St. Lucie of the Florida State League in 2011 (72-68,.514, South Division Champions) prior to joining the Mets organization, he managed and coached in the Texas Rangers farm system from in 2007, he was the manager of the Rangers Arizona League (Rookie) team, after serving in the same role from in 2006, he was the hitting coach for Single-A Bakersfield of the California League in 2002, he managed Single-A Pulaski of the Appalachian League and in 2001 with Single-A Savannah. Professional Playing Career: He was selected by the San Diego Padres in the 21st round of the 1988 Major League Baseball Draft out of Arizona Western College in Yuma, Arizona played in a total of 13 seasons in the minor leagues, six of those seasons in the Padres organization as a catcher and was a member of the Triple-A Las Vegas Stars in 1994 won a Texas League championship under manager and former Stars player Bruce Bochy with Double-A Wichita in 1992 then joined the Milwaukee organization as a minor league free agent in 1995, spending parts of two seasons at Triple-A before eventually ending his playing career with Houston (Triple-A New Orleans) in 2000 appeared in 909 career games and batted.247 (690-for-2,796) with 134 doubles, 16 triples, 49 home runs and 338 RBI. 51 s Coaching Staff: Jack Voigt completed his 12th season overall in the Mets organization and his third season as the hitting instructor for Triple-A Las Vegas named to the PCL coaching staff (on June 14) for the 2017 Triple-A All- Star Game in 2016, Las Vegas boasted the TOP 3 hitters in the PCL for the second time in the 34-year franchise history ( ): T.J. Rivera (.353, batting champion), Brandon Nimmo (.352), Gavin Cecchini (.325) he served four seasons as the organization's outfield and baserunning coordinator ( ). Minor League Coaching Career: Spent four seasons as the Mets organization's outfield and baserunning coordinator ( ) served as hitting coach for Triple-A Buffalo of the International League in 2010 and served in the same role for Single-A Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League in 2009 in 2004, he was a minor league roving baserunning and bunting coach in the Atlanta organization and served as baserunning and outfield coordinator for Baltimore in 2003 also managed Baltimore's Single-A Frederick affiliate of the Carolina League in 2002 and was the hitting coach for Frederick in 2001 began his coaching career in 2000 as a player/coach with Triple-A Oklahoma City of the Pacific Coast League served as hitting coach for Magallanes of the Venezuelan Winter League for two seasons ( ) and the team captured the championship and advanced to the Caribbean World Series. Major League Coaching Career: Worked with the Washington Nationals in 2005 on manager Frank Robinson s coaching staff. He then joined the Mets organization in 2006 as a major league advance scout. Major League Playing Career: Was selected by Baltimore in the ninth round of the 1987 Amateur Draft played six seasons in the Major Leagues with Baltimore ( ), Texas ( ), Milwaukee (1997) and Oakland (1998) appeared in 294 career games and batted.235 (138-for-588) with 20 home runs and 83 RBI attended Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge) for three years ( ) and played in the 1987 College World Series and was named to the All-CWS Team.

4 Frank Viola completed his fourth season as the pitching coach at Triple-A Las Vegas and his seventh season overall with the Mets organization. In 2014, the 51 s pitching staff established a franchise record with 1,172 strikeouts. Minor League Coaching Career: Spent two seasons as the pitching coach at Single-A Savannah of the South Atlantic League ( ) in 2013, the Sand Gnats compiled an overall record of (.558) and defeated Hagerstown (3- games-to-1) to capture the SAL Championship began his coaching career in 2011 with the Mets as the pitching coach with Single-A Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League. Major League Playing Career: Enjoyed an outstanding 15-year Major League career with Minnesota ( ), New York Mets ( ), Boston ( ), Cincinnati (1995) and Toronto (1996) the left-hander appeared in 421 career games and posted a record with a 3.73 ERA struck out 1,844 batters in 2,836.1 innings pitched the three-time All-Star went with a 2.67 ERA in innings pitched for the Mets in 1990 was a member of the 1987 World Series Champion Minnesota Twins and the World Series MVP that same season (2-1, 3.72 ERA vs. St. Louis) won the Cy Young Award in 1988 with a career-best 24-7 record and a 2.64 ERA in innings pitched also posted 18 wins in a season twice in 1984 (18-12) and 1985 (18-14) was selected by Minnesota in the second round of the 1981 Major League Baseball Draft attended St. John s University was inducted into the 2015 National College Baseball Hall of Fame, eight-man Class, on June 29.

5 51 s Batters... Outfielder Jayce Boyd Season: Appeared in 92 games and batted.297 (73-for-246) with 18 doubles, triple, 11 HR, 46 RBI batted.292 (7-for-24, 2 RBI) as a pinch-hitter named 51 s Community Service Award winner on September 1 Hit safely in 6 straight games (June 29 July 7) and batted.526 (10-for-19) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (August 16-20) and batted.588 (10-for-17) over that stretch 3 straight multiple-hit games (June 29 July 2) and batted.500, 6-for-12) 7 straight hits (official at-bats) from August Batted.500 (2-for-4) vs. Fresno (April 11-14) Batted.444 (4-for-9) at Fresno (April 18-21) Batted.333 (2-for-6) at New Orleans (May 19-22) Batted.400 (2-for-5) at Reno (June 17-20) Batted.500 (5-for-10) at Salt Lake (June 30 July 3) Batted.400 (2-for-5) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.455 (5-for-11), 2 HR, 6 RBI vs. Albuquerque (July 13-16) Batted.600 (6-for-10), 5 RBI at El Paso (August 11-14) Batted.615 (8-for-13), 3 HR, 9 RBI vs. Salt Lake (Aug ) Batted.375 (3-for-8) vs. Reno (August 24-27) Batted.400 (6-for-15) vs. Tacoma (September 1-4) Multiple-hit games: 19 (14 two-hit games; 5 three-hit games) hit safely in 49 of 92 games 2-for-4, double, RBI, run scored vs. Fresno (April 12) 2-for-3, walk, solo homer at Fresno (April 20) 1-for-3, walk, stolen base, run scored at Fresno (April 21) 1-for-2, walk, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 28) 2-for-5, solo homer vs. Tacoma (May 3) 1-for-3, walk, run scored vs. Omaha (May 13) 2-for-3, double, HR, 3 RBI at Tacoma (June 11) 1-for-1, walk, double at Reno (June 19) 2-for-4, RBI at Tacoma (June 29) 2-for-3, two walks, run scored at Salt Lake (June 30) 2-for-5, RBI, run scored at Salt Lake (July 2) 1-for-2, two walks at Salt Lake (July 3) 2-for-4, run scored at Albuquerque (July 7) 1-for-2, two-run homer vs. Albuquerque (July 14) 3-for-4, walk, 2 2B, HR, 4 RBI vs. Albuquerque (July 16) 1-for-3, HBP, solo homer vs. Reno (August 7) 3-for-5, two doubles, 4 RBI at El Paso (August 13) 3-for-4, triple, RBI, HBP at El Paso (August 14) 2-for-4, stolen base, run scored at Fresno (August 16) 3-for-3, walk, double, HR, 2 RBI vs. Salt Lake (August 19) 3-for-3, walk, HR, 4 RBI vs. Salt Lake (August 20) 2-for-4, three-run homer vs. Salt Lake (August 22) 2-for-4, RBI vs. Reno (August 25) 2-for-4, double, RBI vs. Tacoma (September 1) 2-for-3, walk, double, 2 RBI vs. Tacoma (September 2) 2-for-4, RBI, run scored vs. Tacoma (September 4) Catcher Xorge Carrillo Season: Appeared in 70 games and batted.270 (68-for-252) with 12 doubles, 9 HR, 44 RBI batted (2-for-2, 2 RBI) as a pinch-hitter Hit safely in 9 straight games (July 23 August 19) and batted.361 (13-for-36) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (May 24 June 4) and batted.350 (7-for-20) over that stretch Batted.400 (2-for-5) at El Paso (April 6-10) Batted.333 (5-for-15) vs. Albuquerque (April 27 May 1) Batted.333 (3-for-9) vs. Tacoma (May 2-5) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Omaha (May 11-14) Batted.417 (5-for-12), 5 RBI vs. Iowa (May 15-18) Batted.364 (4-for-11) at Round Rock (May 23-26) Batted.400 (2-for-5) at Reno (June 1-4) Batted.400 (2-for-5) at Salt Lake (June 30 July 3) Batted.500 (3-for-6) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.600 (3-for-5) vs. Fresno (July 17-20) Batted.375 (3-for-8) at Memphis (July 21-24) Batted.400 (2-for-5) vs. Oklahoma City (August 3-6) Batted.429 (3-for-7) at Fresno (August 15-18) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Tacoma (September 1-4) Multiple-hit games: 18 (14 two-hit games; 3 three-hit games, 1 four-hit game) hit safely in 45 of 70 games 2-for-3, walk, double, two-run HR at Fresno (April 21) 2-for-4, walk, HR, 3 RBI at Sacramento (April 24) 4-for-4, double, solo HR vs. Albuquerque (April 27) 1-for-3, walk, RBI vs. Tacoma (May 5) 1-for-3, walk vs. Omaha (May 11) 2-for-3, walk, RBI, run scored vs. Omaha (May 13) 3-for-4, walk, double, three-run HR vs. Iowa (May 16) 2-for-4, walk, double, 2 RBI vs. Iowa (May 18) 1-for-4, three-run homer at New Orleans (May 20) 2-for-4, double, RBI at Round Rock (May 25) Pinch-hit, 2-run single at Reno (June 2) 2-for-4, walk, double vs. Sacramento (June 15) 2-for-5 at Salt Lake (July 2) 3-for-6, double, HR, 3 RBI at Albuquerque (July 9) 3-for-5, RBI vs. Fresno (July 18) 2-for-3, three-run homer at Memphis (July 23) 2-for-4, double, RBI, run scored at Nashville (July 27) 2-for-5 vs. Oklahoma City (August 5) 1-for-3, walk, 2 RBI vs. Reno (August 8) 2-for-4, grand slam at Fresno (August 15) 2-for-4, double, RBI vs. Salt Lake (August 21) 2-for-5, run scored, RBI vs. Reno (August 24) 2-for-3, double, solo homer vs. Tacoma (September 3)

6 Infielder Gavin Cecchini Season: Appeared in 110 games and batted.267 (121-for- 453) with 27 doubles, 3 triples, 6 HR, 39 RBI, 40 walks promoted to the New York Mets on June 15 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on June 23 promoted to the Mets on August 17 Hit safely in 10 straight games (August 4-13) and batted.341 (15-for-44) over that stretch Hit safely in 10 straight games (May 27 June 6) and batted.333 (13-for-39) over that stretch Hit safely in 7 straight games (May 1-7) and batted.344 (11- for-32) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (July 2-6) and batted.348 (8- for-23) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (April 23-28) and batted.273 (6- for-22) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (April 15-19) and batted.294 (5- for-17) over that stretch Batted.438 (7-for-16) vs. Fresno (April 11-14) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Sacramento (April 15-17) Batted.333 (3-for-9) at Albuquerque (May 6-7) Batted.300 (6-for-20) vs. Iowa (May 15-18) Batted.438 (7-for-16) at Reno (June 1-4) Batted.417 (5-for-12) vs. El Paso (July 4-6) Batted.308 (4-for-13) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.529 (9-for-17) vs. Fresno (July 17-20) Batted.467 (7-for-15) vs. Colo. Springs (July 29 August 1) Batted.333 (6-for-18) vs. Reno (August 7-10) Batted.313 (5-for-16) at El Paso (August 11-14) Multiple-hit games: 31 (21 two-hit games; 8 three-hit games, 2 four-hit games) hit safely in 78 of 110 games 2-for-4, two walks, SB, 2B, HR, 4 RBI vs. Fresno (April 11) 3-for-5, double, run scored vs. Fresno (April 12) 2-for-4, walk, double, 2 RBI vs. Fresno (April 13) 1-for-3, two walks, solo HR at Fresno (April 18) 2-for-5, double, run scored at Sacramento (April 24) 3-for-6, double, two runs scored vs. Albuquerque (May 1) 2-for-5 vs. Tacoma (May 3) 2-for-4, SAC, two doubles, run scored at Albuquerque (May 7) 3-for-5, double, 2 RBI, two runs scored vs. Omaha (May 14) 4-for-5, double, two runs scored vs. Iowa (May 17) 2-for-5, double, 2 RBI, two runs scored at New Orleans (May 21) 2-for-3, walk, two runs scored at Round Rock (May 25) 1-for-3, walk, two-run homer vs. El Paso (May 30) 3-for-5, double, RBI, three runs scored at Reno (June 2) 2-for-4, run scored at Reno (June 3) 2-for-4, walk, run scored at Tacoma (June 29) 3-for-6, triple, 2 RBI, run scored at Salt Lake (June 30) 2-for-6, double, two runs scored at Salt Lake (July 2) 2-for-3, walk vs. El Paso (July 4) 2-for-5, double, RBI, two runs scored vs. El Paso (July 6) 2-for-4 at Albuquerque (July 8) 2-for-5, walk, double, 4 RBI at Albuquerque (July 9) 4-for-5, double, RBI, run scored vs. Fresno (July 17) 3-for-5, walk, double, HR, 2 RBI vs. Fresno (July 18) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Fresno (July 20) 2-for-4, stolen base vs. Colorado Springs (July 29) 3-for-5, three-run homer vs. Colorado Springs (July 30) 2-for-3, walk, double, run scored at C. Springs (July 31) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Oklahoma City (August 6) 2-for-4, walk, RBI vs. Reno (August 7) 2-for-5, RBI, run scored vs. Reno (August 10) 3-for-5, double, RBI, two runs scored at El Paso (August 11) 2-for-5, triple, stolen base, run scored at Fresno (August 15) Outfielder Victor Cruzado Season: Appeared in 94 games and batted.262 (79-for-301) with 12 doubles, 2 triples, 7 HR, 23 RBI 39 walks Hit safely in 10 straight games (June 6-22) and batted.371 (13-for-35) over that stretch Hit safely in 8 straight games (July 20-30) and batted.379 (11-for-29) over that stretch Hit safely in 7 straight games (August 19-26) and batted.400 (10-for-25) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (August 4-8) and batted.389 (7- for-18) over that stretch Batted.455 (5-for-11) at Round Rock (May 23-26) Batted.455 (5-for-11) vs. Sacramento (June 13-16) Batted.357 (5-for-14) at Reno (June 17-20) Batted.438 (7-for-16) vs. Fresno (July 17-20) Batted.400 (4-for-10) at Memphis (July 21-24) Batted.375 (3-for-8), 5 BB at El Paso (August 11-14) Batted.429 (6-for-14) vs. Salt Lake (August 19-22) Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. Reno (August 24-27) Multiple-hit games: 20 (18 two-hit games; 2 three-hit games) hit safely in 57 of 94 games 1-for-2, two walks, triple vs. Omaha (May 11) 2-for-5 vs. Iowa (May 18) 1-for-3, solo homer at Round Rock (May 23) 2-for-4, double, RBI, run scored at Round Rock (May 25) 2-for-4, 2 RBI at Round Rock (May 26) 2-for-5 at Reno (June 2) 3-for-5, RBI, run scored vs. Sacramento (June 15) 1-for-2, three walks at Reno (June 18) 2-for-4, walk, SB, double, RBI at Reno (June 20) 2-for-3, SB, walk, two runs scored vs. Salt Lake (June 24) 2-for-5, double, lead-off homer at Tacoma (June 26) 2-for-5, double, 4 RBI at Tacoma (June 27) 1-for-3, walk at Salt Lake (July 1) 2-for-4, run scored vs. Fresno (July 17) 3-for-5, two-run homer vs. Fresno (July 18) 2-for-4, RBI vs. Fresno (July 20) 2-for-3 at Memphis (July 22) 2-for-4, double, run scored vs. Colorado Springs (July 30) 2-for-3, walk, solo homer vs. Oklahoma City (August 5) 2-for-3, walk vs. Reno (August 8) 2-for-4, two-run homer, two runs scored at El Paso (Aug. 11) 0-for-1, three walks, run scored at El Paso (August 12) 1-for-3, two walks, double, RBI at El Paso (August 13) 2-for-4, stolen base, run scored vs. Salt Lake (August 19) 2-for-3, walk, triple, run scored vs. Salt Lake (August 22) 2-for-4, two doubles vs. Reno (august 24)

7 Infielder Cody Decker Season: Appeared in 46 games and batted.238 (30-for-126) with 4 doubles, 8 HR, 21 RBI, 12 walks batted.357 (5-for- 14, 2 HR, 3 RBI) as a pinch-hitter Hit safely in 5 straight games (August 10-14) and batted.368 (7-for-19) over that stretch Batted.333 (2-for-6) vs. Salt Lake (June 22-25) Batted.500 (2-for-4) vs. El Paso (July 4-6) Batted.333 (2-for-6) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.500 (3-for-6) vs. Reno (August 7-10) Batted.375 (6-for-16) at El Paso (August 11-14) Multiple-hit games: 3 hit safely in 25 of 46 games 1-for-3, walk vs. Salt Lake (June 23) 1-for-2, walk, SF, RBI vs. El Paso (July 5) Pinch-hit homer vs. Albuquerque (July 13) 3-for-4, RBI, run scored at Nashville (July 27) 1-for-5, three run homer vs. Oklahoma City (August 5) Pinch-hit homer vs. Reno (August 7) 1-for-3, walk, two runs scored vs. Reno (August 10) 1-for-3, two walks, solo HR at El Paso (August 11) 3-for-5, two doubles, 3 RBI at El Paso (August 14) 2-for-4, two home runs, 3 RBI at Fresno (August 16) 1-for-4, two-run homer vs. Tacoma (September 4) Infielder/Outfielder Phillip Evans Season: Appeared in 127 games (team leader) and batted.279 (130-for-466, team leader in at bats) with 26 doubles, 3 triples, 11 HR, 56 RBI 42 walks promoted to the Mets on September 8 Hit safely in 10 straight games (July 6-18) and batted.476 (20-for-42) over that stretch Hit safely in 10 straight games (June 14-24) and batted.326 (14-for-43) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (August 15-20) and batted.435 (10-for-23) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (May 13-19) and batted.350 (7- for-20) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (August 28 September 2) and batted.526 (10-for-19) over that stretch Hit safely in 4 straight games from May 3-7 (.375, 6-for-16) Hit safely in 4 straight games from April (.353, 6-for-17) Batted.353 (6-for-17) at Sacramento (April 22-25) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Tacoma (May 2-5) Batted.417 (5-for-12) vs. Iowa (May 15-18) Batted.357 (5-for-14) vs. Sacramento (June 13-16) Batted.333 (6-for-18) at Reno (June 17-20) Batted.333 (5-for-15) at Tacoma (June 26-29) Batted.500 (6-for-12) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.412 (7-for-17) vs. Albuquerque (July 13-16) Batted.313 (5-for-16) vs. Fresno (July 17-20) Batted.438 (7-for-16) vs. Colo. Springs (July 29 August 1) Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. Reno (August 7-10) Batted.357 (5-for-14) at Fresno (August 15-18) Batted.375 (6-for-16) vs. Salt Lake (August 19-22) Batted.533 (8-for-15) at Sacramento (August 28-31) Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. Tacoma (September 1-4) Multiple-hit games: 31 (19 two-hit games; 9 three-hit games; 3 four-hit games) hit safely in 84 of 127 games 1-for-3, walk at El Paso (April 7 & 8) 2-for-5, walk, HR, 3 RBI vs. Fresno (April 11) 1-for-2, walk, HBP, run scored vs. Fresno (April 14) 2-for-3 at Fresno (April 19) 2-for-3, walk, 2 RBI at Sacramento (April 22) 2-for-5, double at Sacramento (April 23) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Tacoma (May 3) 2-for-4, double, RBI, run scored at Albuquerque (May 6) 1-for-5, two-run homer at Albuquerque (May 7) 2-for-3, walk, double, run scored vs. Iowa (May 15) 1-for-2, walk, two-run homer vs. Iowa (May 17) 3-for-4, double, RBI, two runs scored vs. El Paso (May 28) 3-for-5, double, triple, RBI vs. Sacramento (June 15) 3-for-5, double, 2 RBI, run scored at Reno (June 19) 2-for-4, double, 2 RBI at Tacoma (June 26) 3-for-4, double, RBI, run scored (June 27) 1-for-3, walk, double, RBI, run scored at Salt Lake (July 1) 2-for-4, walk, run scored, 4 RBI vs. El Paso (July 6) 2-for-4, two runs scored at Albuquerque (July 7) 3-for-5, HR, 3 RBI, three runs scored at Albuquerque (July 9) 4-for-5, double, three-run homer vs. Albuquerque (July 16) 4-for-6, triple, HR, 3 RBI vs. Fresno (July 18) 3-for-5, three-run homer vs. Colorado Springs (July 30) 3-for-4, double, two runs scored vs. Colo. Springs (August 1) 2-for-4, 2 RBI vs. Oklahoma City (August 3) 2-for-5, run scored vs. Oklahoma City (August 5) 2-for-4, two doubles vs. Reno (August 9) 3-for-5, RBI at El Paso (August 11) 2-for-4, solo homer at Fresno (August 17) 2-for-5, double, run scored vs. Salt Lake (August 19) 3-for-4, walk, double vs. Salt Lake (August 20) 2-for-4, double, triple, RBI vs. Reno (August 25) 2-for-3, two walks at Sacramento (August 28) 4-for-5, two doubles, HR, 2 RBI at Sacramento (August 31) 2-for-4, two doubles, RBI, run scored vs. Tacoma (Sept. 2) 2-for-4, run scored vs. Tacoma (September 4) Catcher Jeff Glenn Season: Appeared in 18 games and batted.234 (11-for-47) with 2 doubles, HR, 6 RBI Hit safely in 4 straight games from April 30 - May 9 (.375, 6- for-16) Batted.400 (2-for-5) vs. Tacoma (May 2-5) Batted.333 (3-for-9) at Albuquerque (May 6-9) Multiple-hit games: 2 hit safely in 9 of 18 games 1-for-2, walk, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 30) 2-for-5, RBI vs. Tacoma (May 3) 2-for-5, RBI, run scored at Albuquerque (May 9) 1-for-3, walk, double, run scored vs. El Paso (May 27) Pinch-hit double at El Paso (August 11) 1-for-4, solo homer vs. Reno (August 27) 1-for-3, walk, RBI vs. Tacoma (September 4)

8 Outfielder Desmond Jennings Season: Appeared in 55 games and batted.237 (49-for-207) with 5 doubles, 4 triples, 8 HR, 25 RBI released by the New York Mets on June 16 Hit safely in 11 straight games (April 29 May 13) and batted.395 (17-for-43) over that stretch Batted.375 (3-for-8) vs. Sacramento (April 15-17) Batted.364 (4-for-11) vs. Tacoma (May 2-5) Batted.429 (6-for-14) at Albuquerque (May 6-9) Batted.500 (5-for-10), 3 HR vs. Omaha (May 11-14) Multiple-hit games: 10 hit safely in 38 of 55 games 2-for-5, double, RBI vs. Sacramento (April 15-17) 2-for-5 at Fresno (April 20) 2-for-5, two runs scored at Sacramento (April 24) 2-for-3, two walks, two-run HR vs. Albuquerque (April 27) 1-for-3, walk, SB, triple, RBI vs. Albuquerque (April 29) 2-for-4, stolen base, run scored vs. Tacoma (May 5) 2-for-4, RBI, run scored at Albuquerque (May 6) 3-for-5, walk, double, two runs scored at Albuquerque (May 9) 2-for-4, stolen base, solo HR vs. Omaha (May 11) 1-for-2, SF, HR, 2 RBI vs. Omaha (May 12) 2-for-4, solo homer vs. Omaha (May 13) 1-for-3, walk, double, RBI vs. El Paso (May 29) 2-for-5, 3 RBI, two runs scored vs. Sacramento (June 15) Infielder/Outfielder L.J. Mazzilli Season: Appeared in 16 games and batted.217 (10-for-46) with 3 doubles, HR, 4 RBI Hit safely in 6 straight games (May 1-12) and batted.381 (8- for-21) over that stretch Batted.308 (4-for-13) vs. Albuquerque (April 27 May 1) Batted.400 (2-for-5) vs. Tacoma (May 2-5) Multiple-hit games: 1 hit safely in 8 of 16 games 3-for-5, double vs. Albuquerque (May 1) 1-for-3, walk, SAC vs. Tacoma (May 3) 1-for-2, two walks, SB, three-run HR vs. Tacoma (May 5) Infielder Jeff McNeil Season: Appeared in 18 games and batted.254 (18-for-71) with 5 doubles, HR, 6 RBI Hit safely in 7 straight games (August 21-29) and batted.290 (9-for-31) over that stretch Batted.375 (6-for-16), 3 doubles vs. Tacoma (September 1-4) Multiple-hit games: 5 hit safely in 11 of 18 games 2-for-4, HBP, stolen base at Fresno (August 17) 2-for-5, double, run scored vs. Salt Lake (August 21) 2-for-5, SB, RBI, run scored vs. Salt Lake (August 22) 1-for-5, two-run homer at Sacramento (August 31) 3-for-4, two doubles, three runs scored vs. Tacoma (Sept. 1) 3-for-4, double, RBI, two runs scored vs. Tacoma (Sept. 2) Infielder Jio Mier Season: Appeared in 47 games and batted.224 (30-for-134) with 7 doubles, 2 HR, 14 RBI Hit safely in 5 straight games (June 17-22) and batted.444 (8-for-18) over that stretch Batted.467 (7-for-15), 2 HR, 4 RBI at Reno (June 17-20) Batted.333 (2-for-6) vs. El Paso (July 4-6) Batted.429 (3-for-7) vs. Albuquerque (July 13-16) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Colo. Springs (July 29 August 1) Batted.375 (3-for-8) at El Paso (August 11-14) Multiple-hit games: 7 hit safely in 23 of 47 games 2-for-3, walk, double, HR, 2 RBI at Reno (June 18) 2-for-4, RBI, run scored at Reno (June 19) 2-for-5, solo homer, two runs scored at Reno (June 20) 1-for-2, walk, RBI at Salt Lake (July 1) 2-for-3, walk vs. El Paso (July 6) 2-for-5 vs. Albuquerque (July 15) 1-for-3, double, HBP, SF, RBI vs. Fresno (July 18) 1-for-3, walk, RBI, two runs scored vs. Colo. Springs (July 30) 2-for-4, RBI vs. Colorado Springs (July 31) 2-for-4, 2 RBI at El Paso (August 14) Outfielder John Mora Season: Appeared in 9 games and batted.167 (5-for-30) with 3 doubles and a triple stolen base Last Night: 0-for-2, walk, stolen base Multiple-hit games: 1 hit safely in 4 of 9 games 1-for-4, triple vs. Reno (August 27) 2-for-4, two doubles, run scored at Sacramento (August 30) 1-for-3, double vs. Tacoma (September 2) Outfielder Brandon Nimmo Season: Appeared in 42 games and batted.227 (37-for-163) with 12 doubles, triple, 3 HR, 17 RBI 33 walks promoted to the New York Mets on June 16 joined Las Vegas on ML rehab assignment on July 24 re-joined the Mets on July 28 Hit safely in 4 straight games (June 7-10) and batted.250 (4- for-16) over that stretch Hit safely in 4 straight games (June 2-5) and batted.333 (5- for-15) over that stretch Hit safely in 4 straight games (May 27-30) and batted.444 (8- for-18) over that stretch Batted.300 (3-for-10) at Albuquerque (May 6-9) Batted.545 (6-for-11) at New Orleans (May 19-22) Batted.444 (8-for-18) vs. El Paso (May 27-30) Batted.364 (4-for-11) at Nashville (July 25-27) Multiple-hit games: 8 hit safely in 24 of 42 games 1-for-5, lead-off homer at Albuquerque (May 8)

9 2-for-5, walk, double, RBI at Albuquerque (May 9) 1-for-3, two walks, two runs scored vs. Iowa (May 15) 2-for-5, double, RBI vs. Iowa (May 17) 3-for-5, double, two runs scored at New Orleans (May 20) 3-for-4, double, solo homer at New Orleans (May 22) 1-for-4, walk, double, 2 RBI at Round Rock (May 25) 4-for-5, 3 doubles, RBI, two runs scored vs. El Paso (May 28) 2-for-5, two runs scored vs. El Paso (May 29) 2-for-4, walk, three runs scored, grand slam at Reno (June 3) 1-for-3, two walks, double at Salt Lake (June 5) 1-for-4, walk, two-run triple at Salt Lake (June 7) 1-for-3, walk, double, RBI vs. Sacramento (June 14) 3-for-5, RBI at Nashville (July 27) Catcher Kevin Plawecki Season: Appeared in 64 games and batted.328 (81-for-247) with 17 doubles, triple, 9 HR and 45 RBI team leader with 6 sacrifice flies promoted to the New York Mets on April 20 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on May 27 promoted to the Mets on August 19 Hit safely in 13 straight games (June 10-30) and batted.340 (18-for-53) over that stretch Hit safely in 7 straight games (April 15-18; May 28 June 2) and batted.393 (11-for-28) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (July 26 August 3) and batted.409 (9-for-22) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (August 6-12) and batted.364 (8-for-22) over that stretch Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. Fresno (April 11-14) Batted.500 (4-for-8) vs. El Paso (May 27-30) Batted.308 (4-for-13) at Reno (June 1-4) Batted.364 (4-for-11) at Salt Lake (June 5-8) Batted.385 (5-for-13), 3 HR, 6 RBI vs. Sacramento (June 13-16) Batted.375 (3-for-8) at Reno (June 17-20) Batted.400 (4-for-10) vs. Salt Lake (June 22-25) Batted.500 (4-for-8) vs. El Paso (July 4-6) Batted.538 (7-for-13) vs. Albuquerque (July 13-16) Batted.500 (5-for-10) vs. Colo. Springs (July 29 August 1) Batted.385 (5-for-13) vs. Reno (August 7-10) Batted.308 (4-for-13) at El Paso (August 11-14) Multiple-hit games: 25 (19 two-hit games; 6 three-hit games) hit safely in 50 of 64 games 2-for-4, two doubles at El Paso (April 8) 3-for-4, walk, double, SF, 3 RBI vs. Fresno (April 11) 1-for-4, three-run homer vs. Sacramento (April 17) 3-for-4, 3 RBI vs. El Paso (May 29) 2-for-4, two doubles at Reno (June 1) 2-for-5, solo HR, two runs scored at Reno (June 2) 2-for-3, walk at Salt Lake (June 7) 3-for-5, double, 2 HR, 5 RBI vs. Sacramento (June 13) 2-for-4 at Reno (June 19) 2-for-4 vs. Salt Lake (June 23) 2-for-4, run scored at Tacoma (June 26) 1-for-4, HBP, BB, three-run homer at Salt Lake (June 30) 2-for-5, RBI at Salt Lake (July 3) 3-for-5, RBI, two runs scored vs. El Paso (July 6) 2-for-4, double at Albuquerque (July 7) 3-for-4, 2 RBI vs. Albuquerque (July 13) 3-for-5, double, HR, 3 RBI vs. Albuquerque (July 16) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Fresno (July 17-20) 2-for-4 at Memphis (July 24) 2-for-4, 2 RBI at Nashville (July 26) 2-for-2, two walks, HR, 2 RBI vs. Colorado Springs (July 29) 2-for-4, double, 2 RBI vs. Colorado Springs (August 1) 2-for-4 vs. Reno (August 7) 2-for-5, run scored, two-run double vs. Reno (August 10) 2-for-5, double at El Paso (August 12) 2-for-5, solo homer at El Paso (August 14) 2-for-5, two runs scored at Fresno (August 17) Infielder/Outfielder Matt Reynolds Season: Appeared in 33 games and batted.320 (41-for-128) with 9 doubles, 4 HR, 14 RBI promoted to New York Mets on April 26 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on June 10 promoted to the Mets on June 16 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on June 21 promoted to the Mets on June 28 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on August 3 promoted to the Mets on August 17 Hit safely in 7 straight games (June 23-27, August 3-4) and batted.407 (11-for-27, 3 HR, 5 RBI) over that stretch Hit safely in 4 straight games (August 10-13) and batted.400 (8-for-20) over that stretch Hit safely in 4 straight games (April 8-12) and batted.389 (7- for-18) over that stretch Batted.333 (6-for-18) vs. Fresno (April 11-14) Batted.429 (3-for-7) vs. Sacramento (April 15-17) Batted.417 (5-for-12), 2 HR, 4 RBI vs. Salt Lake (June 22-25) Batted.500 (6-for-12) vs. Oklahoma City (August 3-6) Batted.316 (6-for-19) at El Paso (August 11-14) Multiple-hit games: 14 (11 two-hit games; 3 three-hit games) hit safely in 24 of 33 games 2-for-4 at El Paso (April 8) 2-for-5, walk, double, stolen base vs. Fresno (April 11) 2-for-5, RBI vs. Fresno (April 12) 2-for-3, walk, double, 2 RBI, run scored vs. Fresno (April 14) 2-for-4, two runs scored vs. Sacramento (April 15) 2-for-4, walk, two runs scored at Sacramento (April 23) 1-for-3, two walks, solo homer vs. Sacramento (June 13) 3-for-4, double, HR, 3 RBI vs. Salt Lake (June 24) 3-for-3, SB, walk, double, run scored vs. Okla. City (Aug. 3) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Oklahoma City (August 6) 2-for-5, double, run scored vs. Reno (August 7) 2-for-5, double, RBI, two runs scored vs. Reno (August 10) 3-for-5, RBI at El Paso (August 11) 2-for-5, double, two runs scored at El Paso (August 13) 2-for-4, walk, RBI, run scored at Fresno (August 15)

10 Infielder/Outfielder T.J. Rivera Season: Appeared in 5 games and batted.286 (6-for-21) with a double, HR, 4 RBI promoted to the New York Mets on April 21 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on June 12 promoted to the Mets on June Batted.375 (3-for-8) at Fresno (April 18-19) Multiple-hit games: 2 hit safely in 4 of 5 games 2-for-4, solo HR, two runs scored vs. Sacramento (April 16) 2-for-4, walk, double, 3 RBI at Fresno (April 18) Infielder/Outfielder Josh Rodriguez Season: Appeared in 106 games and batted.241 (85-for- 352) with 12 doubles, 3 triples, 12 HR and 44 RBI batted.364 (4-for-11, 2 RBI) as a pinch-hitter Hit safely in 6 straight games (April 18-28) and batted.400 (8- for-20) over that stretch Batted.571 (4-for-7) at El Paso (April 6-10) Batted.333 (4-for-12) at Fresno (April 18-21) Batted.300 (3-for-10) at Albuquerque (May 6-9) Batted.364 (4-for-11) at New Orleans (May 19-22) Batted.429 (3-for-7) at Round Rock (May 23-26) Batted.556 (5-for-9) at Reno (June 1-4) Batted.375 (3-for-8) at Tacoma (June 9-11) Batted.353 (6-for-17), 5 RBI at Salt Lake (June 30 July 3) Batted.333 (3-for-9) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.500 (4-for-8) vs. Colo. Springs (July 29 August 1) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Reno (August 24-27) Multiple-hit games: 18 (14 two-hit games; 3 three-hit games, 1 four-hit game) hit safely in 62 of 106 games Pinch-hit, two-run homer in 9 th inning at El Paso (April 7) 2-for-3, walk, RBI, run scored vs. Fresno (April 13) 2-for-4, run scored at Fresno (April 18) 2-for-3, 2 RBI vs. Albuquerque (April 27) 2-for-4, walk, HR, 3 RBI at Albuquerque (May 9) 1-for-2, walk vs. Iowa (May 16) 1-for-4, two-run homer at New Orleans (May 19) 2-for-4, walk, RBI, run scored at New Orleans (May 20) 1-for-3, HBP, run scored at Round Rock (May 25) 2-for-4 at Round Rock (May 26) 4-for-5, double, 3-run HR, 4 RBI at Reno (June 2) 1-for-4, two-run homer at Salt Lake (June 5) 3-for-4, double, 2 HR, 3 RBI at Tacoma (June 10) 2-for-5, solo homer at Reno (June 18) 2-for-4, double, run scored at Tacoma (June 28) 2-for-5, three-run homer at Salt Lake (June 30) 3-for-5, run scored at Salt Lake (July 3) 2-for-5, walk, double, HR, 2 RBI at Albuquerque (July 9) 3-for-5, 3 RBI vs. Albuquerque (July 15) 2-for-3, walk vs. Colorado Springs (August 1) 2-for-4, double, run scored at El Paso (August 12) 1-for-4, three-run homer vs. Salt Lake (August 19) 2-for-3, walk, double, RBI vs. Reno (August 27) 2-for-4, double, run scored vs. Tacoma (September 3) Infielder Amed Rosario Season: Appeared in 94 games and batted.328 (129-for- 393) with 19 doubles, 7 triples (team leader), 7 HR, 58 RBI 66 runs scored 19 stolen bases, team leader (25 attempts) elected to the PCL mid-season All-Star Team on June 28 named to the World Team (on June 29) to play in The SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Marlins Park on July 9 promoted to the New York Mets on August 1 named to the 2017 All-PCL Team on August 28 named 2017 PCL Rookie of the Year on August 30 recipient of the 2017 Mayor s Trophy on September 1 (MVP voted by the fans) Reached base safely via hit or BB or HBP in 29 straight games from May 13 June 13 Hit safely in 17 straight games (June 27 July 27) and batted.416 (32-for-77) over that stretch Hit safely in 17 straight games (May 13-30) and batted.364 (28-for-77) over that stretch Hit safely in 10 straight games (April 14-24) and batted.474 (18-for-38) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (June 7-13) and batted.320 (8- for-25) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (April 27 May 2) and batted.435 (10-for-23) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (April 6-11) and batted.423 (11- for-26) over that stretch Recorded 6 straight multiple-hit games (May 13-18) and batted.429 (12-for-28) over that stretch Batted.400 (8-for-20) at El Paso (April 6-10) Batted.313 (5-for-16) vs. Fresno (April 11-14) Batted.364 (4-for-11) vs. Sacramento (April 15-17) Batted.364 (4-for-11) at Fresno (April 18-21) Batted.533 (8-for-15) at Sacramento (April 22-25) Batted.450 (9-for-20) vs. Albuquerque (April 27 May 1) Batted.316 (6-for-19) at Albuquerque (May 6-9) Batted.421 (8-for-19), 2 HR, 7 RBI vs. Iowa (May 15-18) Batted.389 (7-for-18), 6 RBI vs. El Paso (May 27-30) Batted.333 (6-for-18) vs. Sacramento (June 13-16) Batted.400 (6-for-15) at Salt Lake (June 30 July 3) Batted.538 (7-for-13) vs. El Paso (July 4-6) Batted.385 (5-for-13) vs. Albuquerque (July 13-16) Batted.389 (7-for-18) at Nashville (July 25-28) Multiple-hit games: 42 (35 two-hit games; 5 three-hit games; 2 four-hit games) hit safely in 78 of 94 games 2-for-4 at El Paso (April 6 & 9) 2-for-4, RBI at El Paso (April 10) 3-for-6, 2 RBI, stolen base vs. Fresno (April 11) 2-for-4 vs. Fresno (April 14) 2-for-5, run scored vs. Sacramento (April 17) 2-for-3, walk, two doubles at Fresno (April 20) 3-for-4, double, run scored at Sacramento (April 22) 3-for-5, triple, RBI, stolen base at Sacramento (April 23) 2-for-3, two walks, 2 RBI at Sacramento (April 24) 2-for-5, stolen base, two runs scored vs. Albuquerque (April 27) 2-for-4, double, 2 RBI, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 28) 2-for-4, stolen base, solo homer vs. Albuquerque (April 29) 2-for-4, two walks, two doubles, RBI walk-off double in 11 th inning vs. Albuquerque (May 1) 3-for-4, two doubles at Albuquerque (May 7)

11 2-for-6, 3 RBI at Albuquerque (May 9) 2-for-5, double, RBI vs. Omaha (May 13) 2-for-4, walk, double, RBI vs. Omaha (May 14) 2-for-5, stolen base, three-run homer vs. Iowa (May 15) 2-for-4, walk, triple, RBI, run scored vs. Iowa (May 16) 2-for-5, RBI vs. Iowa (May 17) 2-for-5, triple, HR, 2 RBI, two runs scored vs. Iowa (May 18) 2-for-5, two doubles, 2 RBI at New Orleans (May 21) 2-for-4, stolen base, run scored at Round Rock (May 23) 2-for-5, RBI, two runs scored vs. El Paso (May 27) 2-for-4, walk, three-run homer vs. El Paso (May 29) 2-for-4, stolen base, RBI vs. El Paso (May 30) 2-for-6, run scored at Reno (June 2) 2-for-5, two-run homer vs. Sacramento (June 13) 2-for-4, walk, double, 2 RBI vs. Sacramento (June 15) 2-for-5, RBI vs. Sacramento (June 16) 2-for-5, triple, two runs scored at Tacoma (June 27) 2-for-6, stolen base, two runs scored at Salt Lake (June 30) 3-for-4, walk, double, triple, 3 RBI at Salt Lake (July 2) 2-for-4, two runs scored vs. El Paso (July 5) 4-for-5, three runs scored, 2 SB vs. El Paso (July 6) 2-for-5, double, stolen base vs. Albuquerque (July 15) 2-for-5, two runs scored vs. Albuquerque (July 16) 2-for-5, RBI, run scored vs. Fresno (July 17) 4-for-5, RBI, two runs scored at Nashville (July 26) 2-for-5, SB, two runs scored at Nashville (July 27) Infielder Dominic Smith Season: Appeared in 114 games and batted.330 (151-for- 457) with 34 doubles, 2 triples, 16 HR, 76 RBI 77 runs scored (team leader) named PCL July Player of the Month on August 3 in July, batted.385 (42-for-109) with 13 doubles, 8 HR, 29 RBI promoted to the New York Mets on August 11 at that time, he led the PCL in games played, hits (team leader), doubles (team leader), at bats named Team MVP on September 1 (as chosen by the coaching staff) Hit safely in 19 straight games (June 13 July 3) and batted.361 (26-for-72) over that stretch Hit safely in 13 straight games (July 5-21) and batted.426 (23-for-54, 3 HR, 14 RBI) over that stretch Hit safely in 11 straight games (May 5-16) and batted.348 (16-for-46) over that stretch Hit safely in 7 straight games (July 23-30) and batted.483 (14-for-29) over that stretch Hit safely in 7 straight games (June 4-10) and batted.414 (12-for-29) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (May 20-24) and batted.300 (6- for-20) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (April 22-27) and batted.455 (10-for-22) over that stretch 4 straight multiple-hit games (June 5-8),.500 (9-for-18) Batted.368 (7-for-19) at El Paso (April 6-10) Batted.471 (8-for-17) vs. Fresno (April 11-14) Batted.333 (4-for-12), 4 RBI vs. Sacramento (April 15-17) Batted.412 (7-for-17) at Sacramento (April 22-25) Batted.350 (7-for-20) vs. Albuquerque (April 27 May 1) Batted.438 (7-for-16) at Albuquerque (May 6-9) Batted.313 (5-for-16) vs. Omaha (May 11-14) Batted.333 (6-for-18) vs. Iowa (May 15-18) Batted.467 (7-for-15), 9 RBI vs. El Paso (May 27-30) Batted.500 (9-for-18) at Salt Lake (June 5-8) Batted.313 (5-for-16) vs. Sacramento (June 13-16) Batted.500 (6-for-12) at Reno (June 17-20) Batted.455 (5-for-11) at Tacoma (June 26-29) Batted.333 (6-for-18) at Salt Lake (June 30 July 3) Batted.385 (5-for-13), 7 RBI vs. El Paso (July 4-6) Batted.385 (5-for-13) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.417 (5-for-12) vs. Albuquerque (July 13-16) Batted.375 (6-for-16) vs. Fresno (July 17-20) Batted.412 (7-for-17) at Memphis (July 21-24) Batted.385 (5-for-13) at Nashville (July 25-28) Batted.357 (5-for-14) vs. Colo. Springs (July 29 August 1) Multiple-hit games: 45 (team leader); (34 two-hit games; 8 three-hit games, 3 four-hit games) hit safely in 91 of 114 games 2-for-4, double at El Paso (April 6 & 7) 2-for-4, RBI at El Paso (April 9) 4-for-6, double, HR, 3 RBI, 4 runs scored vs. Fresno (April 11) 2-for-4 vs. Fresno (April 13) 2-for-4, double, RBI, run scored vs. Fresno (April 11-14) 3-for-5, 3 RBI, walk-off, two-run HR vs. Sacramento (April 17) 3-for-5, triple, 2 RBI, two runs scored at Sacramento (April 23) 2-for-3, walk, double, RBI at Sacramento (April 25) 3-for-5, double vs. Albuquerque (April 27) 2-for-3, walk, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 29) 2-for-4, walk, HR, 3 RBI vs. Albuquerque (May 1) 4-for-5, two doubles, 3 RBI at Albuquerque (May 9) 2-for-5 vs. Omaha (May 11) 1-for-3, walk, double, RBI vs. Omaha (May 14) 2-for-4, walk, two runs scored, solo homer vs. Iowa (May 15) 3-for-5, RBI, run scored vs. Iowa (May 18) 2-for-4, walk, RBI, run scored at New Orleans (May 20) 2-for-4, walk, 2 runs scored, solo HR at Round Rock (May 26) 2-for-4, double, HR, 4 RBI vs. El Paso (May 27) 4-for-5, 3 RBI vs. El Paso (May 28) 2-for-5 at Salt Lake (June 5) 3-for-4 at Salt Lake (June 6) 2-for-4, run scored at Salt Lake (June 7) 2-for-5, double, RBI at Salt Lake (June 8) 2-for-3, walk vs. Sacramento (June 14) 3-for-5, double, 2 RBI, two runs scored at Reno (June 20) 2-for-3, walk, run scored at Tacoma (June 26) 2-for-4, walk, RBI, run scored at Tacoma (June 27) 3-for-5, double, 2 HR, 4 RBI at Salt Lake (July 3) 2-for-4, two doubles, RBI, two runs scored vs. El Paso (July 5) 3-for-5, three runs scored, HR, 6 RBI vs. El Paso (July 6) 2-for-4, solo homer at Albuquerque (July 7) 2-for-5, walk, run scored at Albuquerque (July 9) 2-for-4, double, run scored vs. Albuquerque (July 13) 1-for-3, two walks, two runs scored vs. Albuquerque (July 15) 2-for-5, double, RBI, two runs scored vs. Albuquerque (July 16) 2-for-5, double vs. Fresno (July 17) 2-for-4, double, HR, 4 RBI vs. Fresno (July 19) 1-for-3, two walks, double, two runs scored vs. Fresno (July 20) 2-for-4, double at Memphis (July 21) 2-for-5, solo homer at Memphis (July 23) 3-for-4, solo homer at Memphis (July 24) 2-for-4, double, 2 RBI at Nashville (July 25) 2-for-4, double at Nashville (July 28) 2-for-3, walk, RBI double vs. Colorado Springs (July 29)

12 2-for-4, walk, double, SB, HR, 3 RBI vs. C. Springs (July 30) 2-for-4, RBI, run scored vs. Reno (August 9) Outfielder Travis Snider Season: Appeared in 17 games and batted.308 (20-for-65) with 2 doubles, triple, HR, 8 RBI 7 walks Hit safely in 7 straight games (August 17-24) and batted.444 (12-for-27) over that stretch Batted.333 (4-for-12) at Fresno (August 15-18) Batted.429 (6-for-14) vs. Salt Lake (August 19-22) Multiple-hit games: 5 hit safely in 13 of 17 games 3-for-5, double, RBI at Fresno (August 17) 1-for-3, walk at Fresno (August 18) 1-for-3, walk, 2 RBI vs. Salt Lake (August 19) 1-for-3, two walks, two runs scored vs. Salt Lake (August 20) 3-for-4, double, solo homer vs. Salt Lake (August 22) 2-for-5 vs. Reno (August 24) 1-for-2, two walks, run scored vs. Reno (August 26) 2-for-5, RBI at Sacramento (August 28) 1-for-4, RBI triple (break 2-2 tie) vs. Tacoma (September 1) 2-for-4, RBI, run scored vs. Tacoma (September 2) Outfielder Travis Taijeron Season: Appeared in 125 games and batted.272 (122-for- 448) with 32 doubles, 3 triples, 25 HR (team leader, tied career-high) and 78 RBI (team leader) 70 walks (careerhigh, team leader) 12 HBP (team leader) 69 career home runs with Las Vegas ranks 2 nd all-time: 87, Chin-Feng Chen ( ); 67, Phil Hiatt ( ) promoted to the New York Mets on August 26 Hit safely in 12 straight games (July 24 August 6) and batted.369 (17-for-46) over that stretch Hit safely in 8 straight games (April 17-24) and batted.321 (9- for-28) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (August 19-24) and batted.467 (7-for-15) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (July 14-18) and batted.400 (8- for-20) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (April 27 May 1) and batted.333 (6-for-18) over that stretch Batted.357 (5-for-14) vs. Fresno (April 11-14) Batted.333 (3-for-9) vs. Sacramento (April 15-17) Batted.308 (4-for-13) at Sacramento (April 22-25) Batted.333 (6-for-18) vs. Albuquerque (April 27 May 1) Batted.300 (3-for-10) at Albuquerque (May 6-9) Batted.417 (5-for-12) vs. Iowa (May 15-18) Batted.333 (5-for-15) at New Orleans (May 19-22) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Sacramento (June 13-16) Batted.308 (4-for-13) vs. Salt Lake (June 22-25) Batted.545 (6-for-11) vs. El Paso (July 4-6) Batted.417 (5-for-12) at Albuquerque (July 7-9) Batted.375 (6-for-16) vs. Fresno (July 17-20) Batted.400 (6-for-15) at Nashville (July 25-28) Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. Colo. Springs (July 29 August 1) Batted.333 (5-for-15) vs. Oklahoma City (August 3-6) Batted.545 (6-for-11) vs. Salt Lake (August 19-22) Multiple-hit games: 30 (25 two-hit games; 4 three-hit games; 1 four-hit game) hit safely in 86 of 125 games 2-for-4, double, RBI at El Paso (April 6) 2-for-4, walk, HBP, three runs scored vs. Fresno (April 11) 2-for-4, two runs scored vs. Fresno (April 13) 2-for-4, double, RBI vs. Sacramento (April 15) 1-for-3, HBP, solo homer at Fresno (April 20) 2-for-4, two doubles, RBI at Sacramento (April 22) 1-for-3, SF, double, 3 RBI vs. Albuquerque (April 29) 2-for-5, double, two-run HR vs. Albuquerque (May 1) 2-for-4, HBP, double, three-run HR vs. Tacoma (May 5) 1-for-3, two walks, HR, 3 RBI vs. Iowa (May 15) 2-for-5, double, solo homer vs. Iowa (May 16) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Iowa (May 18) 3-for-4, walk, 2 RBI, run scored at New Orleans (May 20) 2-for-3, HBP, two-run homer at Round Rock (May 23) 1-for-3, HBP, solo homer at Salt Lake (June 5) 1-for-1, three walks, HR, 3 RBI vs. Sacramento (June 16) 3-for-3, double, two walks, run scored at Reno (June 20) 2-for-4, RBI vs. Salt Lake (June 25) 2-for-4, two runs scored, solo homer at Tacoma (June 26) 1-for-4, walk, grand slam (3 rd LV career) at Tacoma (June 29) 2-for-4, 4 runs scored, 2 2B, 2 BB, 2 RBI at Salt Lake (July 2) 2-for-3, walk, RBI vs. El Paso (July 4) 4-for-4, double, 3 RBI, inside-the-park HR vs. El Paso (July 5) 2-for-3, walk, run scored at Albuquerque (July 8) 3-for-5, walk, double, RBI at Albuquerque (July 9) 2-for-4, walk, double, triple, 2 RBI vs. Albuquerque (July 15) 3-for-4, walk, two doubles, HR, 2 RBI vs. Fresno (July 17) 2-for-4, walk, double, RBI vs. Fresno (July 20) 2-for-4 at Memphis (July 24) 2-for-3, two walks, double, RBI at Nashville (July 26) 2-for-4, stolen base at Nashville (July 28) 2-for-4, solo homer vs. Colorado Springs (July 31) 2-for-5, walk, solo homer vs. Oklahoma City (August 4) 2-for-4, walk, double, 2 RBI vs. Reno (August 10) 1-for-3, two walks, RBI at Fresno (August 17) 2-for-4, walk, double, HR, 2 RBI vs. Salt Lake (August 20) 1-for-1, HBP, walk, triple, RBI vs. Salt Lake (August 21) 2-for-3, walk, two-run homer vs. Salt Lake (August 22)

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