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1 2017 MEDIA GUIDE Triple-A Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves

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3 DIRECTORY Contact Information...2 Front Office Staff...2 G-Braves on Social Media Schedule... Back Cover 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES Manager Damon Berryhill...4 Pitching Coach Reid Cornelius...5 Hitting Coach John Moses...6 Additional Field Staff...7 Lane Adams Andrew Albers Ozzie Albies...12 Andres Avila...13 Manny Barreda...14 Jesse Biddle...15 Aaron Blair...16 Emilio Bonifacio Johan Camargo...19 Rhiner Cruz Joel De La Cruz...22 Caleb Dirks...23 Sam Freeman David Freitas...26 Balbino Fuenmayor David Hale...29 Jason Hursh...30 Luke Jackson...31 Micah Johnson...32 Sean Kazmar Jr Steven Kent...35 Adam Kolarek...36 Kyle Kubitza...37 Blake Lalli Emerson Landoni...40 A.J. Minter...41 Akeel Morris...42 Ronnier Mustelier...43 Sean Newcomb...44 David Peterson...45 Dustin Peterson...46 Anthony Recker Danny Reynolds...49 Mel Rojas Jr...50 Bradley Roney...51 Rio Ruiz...52 Braeden Schlehuber...53 Lucas Sims...54 Matt Tuiasosopo Adam Brett Walker...57 Colin Walsh...58 Matt Wisler IN REVIEW International League Wrap-Up Final G-Braves Statistics Season Highs & Lows: Team...68 Season Highs & Lows: Individual...69 Record & Monthly Breakdown...70 Team Hitting & Pitching Breakdown Transactions Game-by-Game Results Award Winners...78 TEAM HISTORY Atlanta Crackers...80 Richmond & Gwinnett Results...81 First & Last Time it Happened...82 Single-Game Records Single-Season Highs & Lows...86 Single-Season Top 10 s Individual Career Leaders Year-by-Year Hitting Year-by-Year Pitching Year-by-Year Fielding Opening Day Lineups All-Time Roster All-Time Coaches Retired Numbers Award Winners From Gwinnett to The Show THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE IL Overview IL Award Winners IL Hall of Fame IL Opponents IL Umpires ATLANTA BRAVES ORGANIZATION Organization Overview Atlanta Braves 40-Man Roster Atlanta Braves Mississippi Braves Florida Fire Frogs Rome Braves Danville Braves GCL Braves DSL Braves Ranking the Braves Organization MEDIA INFORMATION Coolray Field Media Relations Department Media Regulations Pre-Game Schedule Media Contact Information MEDIA GUIDE PRODUCTION STAFF Managing Editor, Layout and Design...Dave Lezotte Research...Dave Lezotte, Aaron Cheris, Andrew Constant Cover Photo...Chris Roughgarden Front/Back Cover Design...Aaron Bayles, Casey Comeaux, Dave Lezotte Interior Photography... Karl Moore, Chris Roughgarden, Taylor Botta, Jim Lacey Printing...Rich Printing, Inc. Special Thanks...Atlanta Braves Public Relations Staff, International League PR/Media Directors, Major League Baseball Advanced Media, National Baseball Hall of Fame Entire contents 2017 Gwinnett Braves Baseball Club. All Rights Reserved. The Official Media Guide of the 2017 Gwinnett Braves is printed under permission of Gwinnett Braves Baseball Club. Reproduction in part or whole in any form without the express written permission of the Gwinnett Braves Baseball Club is strictly prohibited GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 1

4 GWINNETT BRAVES FRONT OFFICE STAFF General Manager North Johnson Assistant General Manager Shari Massengill Office Manager Tyra Williams Corporate Partnerships Account Representative Aaron Morrison Corporate Partnerships Account Representative Gabe Rendon Director of Ticket Sales Todd Pund Assistant Ticket Sales Manager Jerry Pennington Account Executive Malcolm Chapman Account Executive Marc Flick Account Executive Erik Holst Account Executive Jason Wright Media Relations Manager Dave Lezotte Social Media Coordinator Anastasia Hamilton In-Game Entertainment Manager Aaron Bayles Community Affairs and Promotions Coordinator Jillian Ward Director of Stadium Operations Ryan Stoltenberg Stadium Operations Coordinator Rick Fultz Facilities Engineer Gary Hoopaugh Sports Turf Manager McClain Murphy Home Clubhouse Manager Nick Dixon Radio Broadcaster Tony Schiavone Corporate Sales Trainee Patrick Lally Ticket Sales Trainee Stuart Willey Ticket Operations Trainee Elizabeth Brooks Media Relations Trainee Aaron Cheris Community Affairs and Promotions Trainee Kami Langhorne Stadium Operations Trainee Josh Otterline Stadium Operations Trainee Jesse Roberts Sports Turf Trainee Glen Blackwell PROFESSIONAL SPORTS CATERING STAFF Director of Food and Beverage Craig Phillips Assistant Director of Food and Beverage Justin Gunsaulus Executive Chef Jeff Popadiuk FRONT OFFICE STAFF BIOS CAN BE FOUND ONLINE AT GWINNETTBRAVES.COM CONTACT US Telephone (Main Directory) Telephone (Tickets) Fax Media Relations Community Relations Web Site...www.gwinnettbraves.com Mailing Address...P.O. Box , Lawrenceville, GA Shipping/GPS Address Buford Drive, Lawrenceville, GA GWINNETT BRAVES ON SOCIAL MEDIA Official Twitter Media Relations Twitter Chopper the Groundhog Twitter Coolray Field Grounds Crew Twitter The G-Blog (Official Team Blog)...gwinnettbravesblog.mlblogs.com Youtube... youtube.com/gwinnettbraves Facebook... facebook.com/gwinnettbraves1 2 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

5 THe 2017 Gwinnett Braves Ozzie Albies, rated Atlanta s No. 2 prospect for 2017 by MLB.com, batted.292 in 138 games between Gwinnett and Double-A Mississippi in (Photo by Karl L. Moore)

6 DAMON BERRYHILL - MANAGER B/T: Switch / Right BORN: December 3, 1963 in South Laguna, CA (Opening Day Age: 53) RESIDES: Laguna Beach, CA SEASON WITH GWINNETT: 1st SEASON WITH BRAVES ORGANIZATION: 1st (Since 2016) MANAGERIAL SEASON: 9th (Since 2008) BERRYHILL S CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Named the sixth manager in Gwinnett Braves history on December 12, Joins the Atlanta Braves organization after spending seven seasons as a minor league manager with the Los Angeles Dodgers ( ). BERRYHILL 2017 TEAM Managed the Dodgers Triple-A affiliate in Albuquerque in 2014 and Oklahoma City in Named 2015 Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year after guiding Oklahoma City to a league-best mark, the American Northern Division title and a berth in the PCL Playoffs... The 86 wins were a franchise record. Led Rookie-level Ogden of the Dodgers system to four playoff appearances in five seasons from Guided the Raptors to a franchise-record 44 wins in Spent four seasons in the Texas Rangers organization from , serving as the minor league catching coordinator for the first three seasons before being named to his first managerial post with Advanced-A Bakersfield in Served as the Arizona Diamondbacks minor league catching coordinator from Began his coaching career in 2002 as a coach with Advanced-A Rancho Cucamonga of the Los Angeles Angels organization. Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the first round (fourth overall) of the 1984 January Amateur Draft... Logged a 10-year Major League career as a catcher with the Cubs ( ), Atlanta Braves ( ), Boston Red Sox (1994), Cincinnati Reds (1995) and San Francisco Giants (1997), batting.240 with 47 home runs and 257 RBIs. Appeared in 20 postseason games for the Braves ( ) and Giants (1997)... In Game 1 of the 1992 World Series, hit a three-run homer off Jack Morris to lead Atlanta to a 3-1 win over Toronto. PERSONAL: Born and raised in Orange County, CA, Berryhill attended Laguna Beach High School and Orange Coast College before being drafted by the Cubs. BERRYHILL S MANAGERIAL RECORD YEAR CLUB MLB ORG. LEAGUE RECORD PCT. FINISH 2008 Bakersfield Blaze (Adv-A) Texas California th 2009 Ogden Raptors (Rk) LA Dodgers Pioneer th* 2010 Ogden Raptors (Rk) LA Dodgers Pioneer nd* 2011 Ogden Raptors (Rk) LA Dodgers Pioneer T-4th* 2012 Ogden Raptors (Rk) LA Dodgers Pioneer st* 2013 Ogden Raptors (Rk) LA Dodgers Pioneer th 2014 Albuquerque Isotopes (AAA) LA Dodgers Pacific Coast th 2015 Oklahoma City Dodgers (AAA) LA Dodgers Pacific Coast st* *Playoff Appearance Overall Record: BERRYHILL S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 1984 Quad Cities (A) Winston-Salem (A) Pittsfield (AA) Iowa (AAA) CHI. CUBS (MLB) Iowa (AAA) CHI. CUBS (MLB) Iowa (AAA) CHI. CUBS (MLB) Peoria (A) Iowa (AAA) CHI. CUBS (MLB) Iowa (AAA) CHI. CUBS (MLB) ATLANTA (MLB) ATLANTA (MLB) ATLANTA (MLB) BOSTON (MLB) CINCINNATI (MLB) Did Not Play 1997 Phoenix (AAA) SAN FRANCISCO (MLB) Edmonton (AAA) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: GWINNETTBRAVES.COM GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

7 REID CORNELIUS - PITCHING COACH B/T: Right / Right BORN: June 2, 1970 in Thomasville, AL (Opening Day Age: 46) RESIDES: Palm Beach Gardens, FL SEASON WITH GWINNETT: 1st SEASON WITH BRAVES ORGANIZATION: 1st (Since 2016) COACHING SEASON: 15th (Since 2003) CORNELIUS CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Named the fourth pitching coach in Gwinnett Braves history on December 12, Joins the Atlanta Braves after spending 14 seasons with the Florida/Miami Marlins organization... Served as the Marlins Major League bullpen coach for each of the past seven seasons ( ). Also spent time in the Marlins minor league system, serving as the pitching coach for Double-A Carolina (2003), Class-A Jupiter ( ) and Double-A Jacksonville (2009). Selected by the Montreal Expos in the 11th round of the 1988 June Amateur Draft... Went 8-17 with a 4.91 ERA in 45 games (33 starts) over three Major League seasons with the Expos (1995), New York Mets (1995) and Marlins ( )... Traded by the Expos to the Mets in exchange for David Segui on June 8, Made a career-high 21 starts with the Marlins in his final season in CORNELIUS Compiled an record and 4.16 ERA over 228 career minor league outings (221 starts) in 12 seasons... Logged 143 appearances at the Triple-A level, going with a 4.55 ERA... Pitched parts of four seasons in the International League with Ottawa ( ), Norfolk (1995) and Charlotte ( ), going with a 4.03 ERA and four complete games in 69 games (67 starts). PERSONAL: Reid and wife Marla have a daughter, Abigail, and son, Samuel... Lettered in baseball and football at Thomasville High School (AL)... Led Thomasville to a state championship in baseball during his senior season in Was a member of the Alabama Sports Festival team and U.S. Junior National Team that competed in Melbourne, Australia... Signed a letter of intent to attend Mississippi State University, but chose to sign with Montreal. CORNELIUS COACHING CAREER YEAR(S) POSITION CLUB MLB ORG. LEAGUE 2003 Pitching Coach Carolina Mudcats (AA) Florida Southern Pitching Coach Jupiter Hammerheads (Adv-A) Florida Florida State 2009 Pitching Coach Jacksonville Suns (AA) Florida Southern Bullpen Coach Florida/Miami Marlins (MLB) National 2017 Pitching Coach Gwinnett Braves (AAA) Atlanta International CORNELIUS CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 1989 Rockford (A) W. Palm Beach (Adv-A) W. Palm Beach (Adv-A) Harrisburg (AA) Harrisburg (AA) Harrisburg (AA) Ottawa (AAA) Ottawa (AAA) Norfolk (AAA) MONTREAL (MLB) NY METS (MLB) Buffalo (AAA) Portland (AA) Charlotte (AAA) Tucson (AAA) Charlotte (AAA) Calgary (AAA) FLORIDA (MLB) Calgary (AAA) FLORIDA (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 5

8 JOHN MOSES - HITTING COACH B/T: Switch / Left BORN: August 9, 1957 in Los Angeles, CA (Opening Day Age: 59) RESIDES: Scottsdale, AZ SEASON WITH GWINNETT: 3rd SEASON WITH BRAVES ORGANIZATION: 5th (Since 2013) COACHING SEASON: 23rd (Since 1994) MOSES CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Returns for his third season with the Gwinnett Braves, his fifth season overall in the Atlanta Braves organization... Has also been the hitting coach for Advanced-A Lynchburg ( ) and Double-A Mississippi (2014) of the Braves system. MOSES After spending all of 2015 and the first two months of 2016 as the G-Braves hitting coach, he was named the fifth fulltime manager in team history on June 14, Including a two-game stint as the interim manager from May 17-18, he went (.444) in 81 games on the first managerial assignment of his career... Under his guidance, Gwinnett claimed its first IL South Division title, second berth in the Governors Cup Playoffs (first since 2009) and first trip to the Governors Cup Championship Series. With Double-A Corpus Christi in 2011, he earned the Mike Coolbaugh Texas League Coach of the Year award. Spent 11 years as part of the Seattle Mariners organization from 1994 to 2004, serving as administrative coach ( ), advance scout (1999), Major League first base coach ( ) and outfield/baserunning coordinator (2004)... After serving two seasons on the Cincinnati Reds coaching staff ( ), he returned to the Mariners as the interim first base coach during the 2007 season. Drafted by the Mariners in the 16th round of the 1980 June draft out of the University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)... Played 11 seasons as an outfielder with the Mariners ( , 1992), Minnesota Twins ( ) and Detroit Tigers (1991). PERSONAL: Moses and wife Sandra reside in Scottsdale, AZ... They have two sons, Brett and Brock. MOSES COACHING CAREER YEAR(S) POSITION CLUB MLB ORG. LEAGUE Administrative Coach Seattle Mariners (MLB) American , 07 First Base Coach Seattle Mariners (MLB) American 2004 Outfield/Baserunning Coord. Seattle Mariners (MLB) American 2005 Bench Coach Cincinnati Reds (MLB) National 2006 First Base Coach Cincinnati Reds (MLB) National 2008 Hitting Coach Las Vegas 51 s (AAA) LA Dodgers Pacific Coast Hitting Coach Albuquerque Isotopes (AAA) LA Dodgers Pacific Coast 2011 Hitting Coach Corpus Christi Hooks (AA) Houston Astros Texas Hitting Coach Lynchburg Hillcats (Adv-A) Atlanta Braves Carolina 2014 Hitting Coach Mississippi Braves (AA) Atlanta Braves Southern Hitting Coach Gwinnett Braves (AAA) Atlanta Braves International 2016 Manager (81 games, 36-45) Gwinnett Braves (AAA) Atlanta Braves International MOSES CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 1980 Bellingham (SS-A) Wausau (A) Lynn (AA) SEATTLE (MLB) Salt Lake City (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) Chattanooga (AA) Salt Lake City (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) Calgary (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) Calgary (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) SEATTLE (MLB) Portland (AAA) MINNESOTA (MLB) MINNESOTA (MLB) MINNESOTA (MLB) Colorado Springs (AAA) Buffalo (AAA) DETROIT (MLB) Calgary (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

9 JOSE MOTA - COACH Mota returns for his third season as an assistant coach for the Gwinnett Braves in he served the same role with the club in 2014 and Has also served as an assistant coach in the Atlanta Braves organization with Advanced-A Carolina (2015), Rookie-level Danville (2014) and Class-A Rome (2013). Played two seasons for the Braves Gulf Coast League affiliate from , batting.203 (65-for-320) with a double, two triples, 39 runs scored, 18 RBI and nine stolen bases. Is a native of San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic. BILLY NICHOLSON - COACH Nicholson returns for his eighth season as an assistant coach for the Gwinnett Braves in Teaches Health Education at Johns Creek High School (Johns Creek, GA), where he is also the Head Coach of the Gladiators baseball and softball teams... Led the baseball program to the Region 7-AAAA championship in 2012 and the Region 6-AAAAAA championship in In 2012, selected as the North Fulton/Forsyth Touchdown Club Baseball Coach of the Year, as well as the Atlanta Braves 400 Club Coach of the Year. FIELD STAFF Played college baseball at Georgia Southwestern State University (Americus, GA) for four seasons. NICK FLYNN - ATHLETIC TRAINER Flynn enters his first season with the Gwinnett Braves, his eighth season as an athletic trainer in professional baseball... He joined the Atlanta Braves organization in 2016 and was the athletic trainer for Advanced-A Carolina. Prior to joining the Braves, he spent five seasons as an athletic trainer with the Tampa Bay Rays organization ( )... After spending 2011 as an intern at the Major League level, he served as the athletic trainer with Rookie-level Princeton for two seasons ( ) and Class-A Bowling Green for two seasons ( ). With Bowling Green in 2014, he was named the Midwest League Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society. Began his baseball career as an intern with the Toronto Blue Jays in Received his master s degree in sports medicine from Georgia State University and his bachelor s degree in athletic training from the University of South Florida. A native of St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada, he now resides in Raleigh, N.C. with his wife Stephanie. JASON CURRY - STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH Curry returns for his fourth season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Gwinnett Braves... Spent the 2013 season in the same post with Double-A Mississippi... Began his career within the Atlanta Braves organization in 2012 as the strength and conditioning coach for Advanced-A Lynchburg, champions of the Carolina League. Served as a strength and conditioning coach in the St. Louis Cardinals organization from working at both Class-A Quad Cities and Double-A Springfield... Was a member of the Quad Cities staff in 2011, when the River Bandits won the Midwest League championship. Graduate of Slippery Rock University (PA)... Is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Played outfield at Slippery Rock University, made the NCAA Division ll College World Series twice... Went on to play in the independent Frontier League with the Slippery Rock Sliders GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 7

10 LANE ADAMS - OUTFIELDER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-3 / 220 BORN: November 13, 1989 in Talihina, OK (Opening Day Age: 27) PRO SEASON: 9th MLB DEBUT: 9/1/14 with KC MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 3, ADAMS ADAMS CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2009 AZL Royals (Rk) Idaho Falls (Rk) Kane Coutny (A) AZL Royals (Rk) Burlington (Rk) Kane County (A) Wilmington (Adv-A) Wilmington (Adv-A) Northwest Arkansas (AA) Northwest Arkansas (AA) Burlington (Rk) KANSAS CITY (MLB) Omaha (AAA) Northwest Arkansas (AA) Scranton/WB (AAA) Trenton (AA) Tennessee (AA) Iowa (AAA) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: ADAMS 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Combined to bat.266 (114-for-428) with 10 home runs, 56 RBI and a career-high 44 stolen bases in 121 games with four minor league teams in two organizations (New York Yankees, Chicago Cubs). Opened with Double-A Trenton...promoted to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 4/16...returned to Trenton on 4/29. Batted.317 (13-for-31, 2 2B, 2 HR, 10 R, 4 RBI, 6 SB) in 41 games with Trenton after the All-Star break. Ranked third in the Yankees system in stolen bases with 31. Released by the Yankees on 7/28...signed with the Cubs on 8/3 and was assigned to Double-A Tennessee. Named Southern League Player of the Week for 8/22-8/28 after batting.500 (14-for-28, 4 2B, HR, 12 RBI, 7 SB). Promoted to Triple-A Iowa on 8/29 and finished the season with the I-Cubs. Signed by the Atlanta Braves on 12/3...assigned to Triple-A Gwinnett on 12/14. ADAMS CAREER NOTES 2015: Combined to bat.281 (137-for-488, 26 2B, 3 3B, 16 HR, 72 R, 62 RBI, 31 SB) over 134 games between Double-A Northwest Arkansas and Triple-A Omaha... Hit.305 (75-for-246, 18 2B, 3B, 8 HR, 39 R, 36 RBI, 17 SB) in 64 second-half games with the Thunder. 2014: Named Northwest Arkansas Player of the Year, as well as a Texas League Mid-Season and Post-Season All- Star... Ranked among league leaders in steals (3rd, 38), runs (T-6th, 65) and on-base percentage (10th,.352)... Batted a season-best.313 (31-for-99, 9 2B, 3B, 7 HR, 17 R, 19 RBI, 9 SB) in 26 games in June... Named TL Player of the Week on 6/30 after batting.429 (9-for-21, 3 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 12 RBI)... Placed on the disabled list in July with a left wrist contusion... Made three rehab appearances for Rookie-level Burlington before returning to the Naturals on 8/7... Recalled by Kansas City on 9/1 and made his Major League debut that night vs. Texas as a pinch runner... Appeared in six MLB games, pinch running four times. 2013: Earned the George Brett Award for Kansas City s Minor League Player of the Year after hitting.265 (127- for-479, 30 2B, 3 3B, 12 HR, 86 R, 65 RBI, 38 SB) in 131 games between Advanced-A Wilmington and Northwest Arkansas... Tabbed as Wilmington s Player of the Year... Ranked ninth in the Carolina League with 23 stolen bases... Tied a NWA club record with three homers and seven RBI on 8/13 vs. Corpus Christi (3-for-5)... Joined Triple-A Omaha for the playoffs and helped the Storm Chasers win the Pacific Coast League Championship... Named a MiLB. com Royals Organization All-Star... Following the season, played for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League. 2012: Combined to bat.269 (141-for-524, 23 2B, 5 3B, 11 HR, 77 R, 69 RBI, 19 SB) in 135 games with Wilmington and Class-A Kane County... Named a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star after batting.298 in 67 games with the Cougars... Promoted to Wilmington on 6/21... Hit.240 in 68 games with the Blue Rocks to finish the year. 2011: Split the season between the Arizona League, Rookie-level Burlington and Kane County, batting.261 (87-for- 333, 19 2B, 5 3B, 6 HR, 58 R, 32 RBI, 16 SB) in 90 games. 2010: Appeared in 41 games for Idaho Falls in the Pioneer League, batting : Began his professional career as a 19-year-old with the Arizona League Royals... Played all three outfield positions over 29 games. MISC: At Red Oak High School, finished as fifth-leading scorer in Oklahoma prep basketball history with 3,251 points in his career... Led school to 2009 Oklahoma Class B State Championship, earning State Torunament MVP and Small School Player of the Year Honors after averaging 32.0 points per game his senior year... Turned down a basketball scholarship to Missouri State University by sign 8 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

11 ing with the Royals. AWARDS & HONORS: Midwest League Mid-Season All- Star (2012)... George Brett Award for Kansas City Royals Minor League Player of the Year (2013)... Advanced-A Wilmington Player of the Year (2013)... MiLB.com Royals Organization All-Star (2013)... Texas League Player of the Week (6/30/14)... Texas League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star (2014)... Southern League Player of the Week (8/28/16). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 13th round of the 2009 June draft out of Red Oak High School (Red Oak, OK)... Claimed off waivers by the ADAMS CAREER NOTES New York Yankees from the Royals (1/15/16)... Signed by the Chicago Cubs as a minor league free agent (8/3/16)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (12/3/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (2x, last: 7/30/15, NWA vs. SPR) HR: 3 (8/13/13, NWA vs. CC) RBI: 7 (8/13/13, NWA vs. CC) R: 4 (2x, last: 4/22/13, SAL) SB: 3 (2x, last: 5/10/14, NWA vs. SPR) ADAMS PICTURED: Manager John Moses (center) gets the ice bath after Gwinnett s IL South-clinching 6-2 victory at Charlotte on September 5, (Chris Roughgarden / Gwinnett Braves) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 9

12 ANDREW ALBERS - PITCHER B/T: Right / Left HT/WT: 6-1 / 200 BORN: October 6, 1985 in N. Battleford, Saskatchewan, CAN (Opening Day Age: 31) PRO SEASON: 9th MLB DEBUT: 8/6/13 with MIN MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 26, ALBERS CAREER PITCHING STATS ALBERS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2008 AZL Padres (Rk) / Did Not Play (Injured) 2010 Québec (IND) Fort Myers (Adv-A) / New Britain (AA) / GCL Twins (Rk) / New Britain (AA) / Rochester (AAA) / MINNESOTA (MLB) / Hanwha (Korea) TORONTO (MLB) / Buffalo (AAA) / Lancaster (IND) / Rochester (AAA) / MINNESOTA (MLB) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / Independent League Totals: Foreign League Totals: ALBERS 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Started the season with Lancaster (Atlantic League) and pitched a complete game shutout (7.0 IP, 1 H, 1 BB, 9 SO) in his only game with the Barnstormers on 4/23. Signed a minor league contract with the Minnesota Twins on 4/29 and was assigned to Triple-A Rochester. Ranked second on the Red Wings in innings pitched (124.1) and starts (21), tied for second in wins (10) and third in strikeouts (84). Finished 10th in the International League in ERA (3.69) and tied for second in complete games (2). Named International League Pitcher of the Week on 5/15 after pitching a complete game (9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 6 SO) in a win on 5/11 vs. Gwinnett. Posted a season-low 2.63 ERA (11 ER in 37.2 IP) in six starts in June, going 3-1 in that span. Tossed a second 9.0-inning complete game for the win on 7/21 vs. Syracuse (6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 SO). Had his contract selected by Minnesota on 8/11 and pitched that day in relief against Houston...tied a Twins record for pitches by a reliever with 108 (70 strikes) in 6.0 innings (11 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 5 SO). Designated for assignment on 8/13...recalled by Minnesota on 8/26. Ended his season with scoreless relief innings in his last two appearances on 9/11 and 9/23. Signed by the Atlanta Braves on 12/26 and invited to Major League spring training for : Opened with the Toronto Blue Jays Triple-A affiliate in Buffalo and was the team s Opening Day starter vs. Rochester (L, 4.2 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 4 ER)... Earned his first win of the season with 6.0 scoreless innings against Pawtucket on 4/15... Called up to Toronto on 5/1 and pitched 2.2 relief innings (2 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO) that night at Cleveland... Sent back to Buffalo on 5/2 and remained there for the rest of the season. 2014: Pitched for the Hanwha Eagles of the Korea Baseball Organization... Led the team in starts (28) and strikeouts (107). ALBERS CAREER NOTES strikeouts at the time of his call-up to Minnesota on 8/3... Made his Major League debut on 8/6 in Kansas City and tossed 8.1 scoreless innings to earn the win and become the first player in Twins history to throw more than 7.0 scoreless innings in his MLB debut... In his second start on 8/12 vs. Cleveland, pitched a complete game shutout with just two hits allowed... Became the first player not to allow a run in his first two big league games while pitching at least 8.0 innings in each game since Baltimore s Tom Phoebus in Finished the season in the Twins rotation, going 2-5 with a 4.05 ERA in 10 starts... Received Jim Rantz award as Twins Minor League Pitcher of the Year. 2013: Played for Team Canada in World Baseball Classic and was one of seven players ejected as part of a brawl between Canada and Mexico on 3/9... Started the season with Triple-A Rochester... Won a career-high seven consecutive decisions between 5/17 and 6/23... During that span, pitched a complete game shutout on 6/7 at Gwinnett (9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 BB, 7 SO) for his first career minor league shutout... Selected to the Triple-A All-Star Game after going 9-4 with a 3.11 ERA (38 ER in IP) over 19 firsthalf starts... Was leading the International League with : Began the year with Double-A New Britain... Named to the Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star team after going 3-2 with a 3.77 ERA (30 ER in 71.2 IP) in 14 games (12 starts) in the first half... Missed the All-Star Game due to an injury and spent a month on the Disabled List... Did not give up more than four runs in any appearances during the season. 2011: Pitched in 22 games with Advanced-A Fort Myers before being promoted to Double-A New Britain... Com 10 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

13 ALBERS CAREER NOTES bined to go 8-2 with a 2.16 ERA (23 ER in 95.2 IP) across Week (5/15/16) 35 games (7 starts). 2010: Returned from Tommy John surgery and pitched out of the bullpen for the Québec Capitales of the independent Can-AM Association... Led his team in appearances (40), games finished (22), and saves (17). 2009: Tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow during spring training... Injury required Tommy John surgery on 6/17 and he was forced to miss the entire season. TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the San Diego Padres in the 10th round of the 2008 June draft out of the University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY)... Signed by the Minnesota Twins as a minor league free agent (3/10/11)... Signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as a minor league free agent (12/19/14)... Signed by the Minnesota Twins as a minor league free agent (4/29/16)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (12/16/16). 2008: Made his professional debut with the AZL Padres and pitched in five games, going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA. MISC: Attended University of Kentucky where he posted the fourth most wins (20) and third most saves (12) in school history... Pitched 6.2 innings to earn the win for Canada in the gold medal game at the Pan-Am Games in Won Bronze with Team Canada at the 2011 Baseball World Cup... Was selected as the Saskatchewan Male Athlete of the Year in 2012, the same year he was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. AWARDS & HONORS: Eastern League Mid-Season All- Star (2012)... International League Mid-Season All-Star (2013)... MiLB.com Twins Organization All-Star (2013)... Minnesota Twins Jim Rantz Minor League Pitcher of the Year Award (2013)... International League Pitcher of the SINGLE-GAME AFFILIATED CAREER HIGHS IP: 9.0 (5x, last: 7/21/16, ROC vs. SYR) SO: 10 (7/13/13, PAW) BB: 4 (7/5/16, ROC vs. BUF) H: 11 (2x, last: 8/11/16, MIN vs. HOU) ER: 7 (3x, last: 9/3/15, SWB) ALBERS PICTURED: The G-Braves and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders line up for the National Anthem prior to Game 3 of the Governors Cup Championship Series. (Karl L. Moore / Gwinnett Braves) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 11

14 OZZIE ALBIES - INFIELDER B/T: Switch / Right HT/WT: 5-9 / 160 BORN: January 7, 1997 in Willemstad, Curacao (Opening Day Age: 20) PRO SEASON: 4th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, ALBIES ALBIES CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2014 GCL Braves (Rk) Danville (Rk) Rome (A) Mississippi (AA) Gwinnett (AAA) Minor League Totals: ALBIES 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened the 2016 season with Double-A Mississippi, batting.369 in 22 games. Promoted to Gwinnett on 4/30 made his Triple-A debut, batting.248 in 56 games. Lined a walk-off RBI single in the 12th inning for a 2-1 win on 5/4 vs. Toledo (1-for-5, RBI). Fell a homer shy of the cycle on 6/7 vs. Lehigh Valley (3-for-4, 2B, 3B, R, RBI). Batted.257 (27-for-105, 2 2B, 3 3B, 15 R, 10 RBI, 6 SB) in 26 games with Gwinnett in June before being transferred back to Mississippi on 6/30. Hit.305 (75-for-246, 17 2B, 5 3B, 3 HR, 43 R, 26 RBI, 19 SB) over his final 60 games with the M-Braves from 6/30-9/5. In 82 total games with Mississippi, batted.321 to win the Southern League Batting Title. Named M-Braves Player of the Month in both April (.369, 31-for-84, 8 XBH, 7 RBI, 2 SB in 22G) and August (.265, 30-for-113, 10 XBH, 9 RBI, 10 SB in 26G). Posted a.984 fielding percentage (6 errors/365 TC) in 82 games with Mississippi and a.947 fielding percentage (16 errors/301 TC) in 56 games with Gwinnett. His.292 combined average ranked second among Braves full-season farmhands also ranked third in the Atlanta organization in stolen bases (30). Batted.000 (0-for-2, SO) in one playoff game with Mississippi before being placed on the disabled list on 9/8 with a season-ending right elbow fracture. Enters 2017 ranked the Braves No. 2 prospect and the No. 10 prospect in baseball according to MLB.com. Also rated the Braves No. 2 prospect and No. 11 prospect in baseball by Baseball America for Invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for : Earned Class-A Rome s 2015 Player of the Year award from the Atlanta Braves... His.310 average ranked third in the Atlanta organization and fourth in the South Atlantic League... Ranked fourth among Braves farmhands with 29 stolen bases (29-for-37, 78.4% success rate)... Named a SAL Mid-Season All-Star on 6/23... Started at shortstop and went 1-for-2 for the World Team in the Sirius/ XM MLB Futures Game on 7/12 in Cincinnati... Fractured his thumb in early August and was placed on the disabled list on 8/5, ending his season... Named a SAL Post-Season All-Star and was recognized by Baseball America as a Low Class-A All-Star... Entered 2016 ranked the Braves No. 3 prospect and the No. 29 prospect in all of baseball by MLB.com... Also rated the Braves No. 6 prospect and Best Infield Arm by BA. ALBIES CAREER NOTES MISC: Resides in Willemstad, Curacao, the same hometown as Braves Hall of Famer Andruw Jones and former Gold Glove shortstop Andrelton Simmons. AWARDS & HONORS: MiLB.com Atlanta Organization All-Star (2014, 2015, 2016)... South Atlantic League Mid- Season and Post-Season All-Star (2015)... Atlanta Braves Class-A Rome Player of the Year (2015)... South Atlantic League Player of the Week (5/11/15)... Sirius/XM MLB All- Star Futures Game Selection (2015)... Baseball America Low Class-A All-Star (2015)... Southern League Batting Champion (2016)... Baseball America Double-A All-Star (2016)... Southern League Player of the Week (7/10/16). TRANSACTIONS: Signed as a non-drafted free agent by the Atlanta Braves (7/2/13). 2014: Batted.364 with seven doubles, three triples, one home run, 41 runs scored, 19 RBI and 22 stolen bases in 57 games between the GCL Braves and Rookie-level Danville... Ranked among the top 10 Braves farmhands in batting average (1st), on-base percentage (1st,.446), OPS (1st,.890), slugging percentage (5th,.444) and steals (T-5th)... Made his pro debut in the GCL, hitting.381 in 19 games... Promoted to Danville in July... Batted.356 in 38 games for the D-Braves, earning the club s Player of the Year award from Atlanta... Hit his first career homer on 8/17 vs. Pulaski... Following the season, named an Atlanta Organization All-Star by MiLB.com... Entered the 2015 season rated Atlanta s No. 9 prospect by MLB.com. SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (6/3/15, ROM vs. LEX) HR: 1 (7x, last: 9/1/16, MIS vs. BLX) RBI: 4 (5/8/15, ROM vs. HAG) R: 3 (3x, last: 5/26/16, CSC) SB: 2 (13x, last: 7/29/16, MIS vs. BIR) 12 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

15 ANDRES AVILA - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-0 / 185 BORN: June 20, 1990 in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico (Opening Day Age: 26) PRO SEASON: 8th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on November 17, AVILA S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2010 Quintana Roo (MEX) / AZL Athletics (Rk) / AZL Athletics (Rk) / Vermont (SS-A) / Stockton (Adv-A) / Beloit (A) / Beloit (A) / Stockton (Adv-A) / Stockton (Adv-A) / Midland (AA) / Midland (AA) / Minor League Totals: / Mexican League Totals: / AVILA S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS In his second season with Double-A Midland, went 6-3 with a 3.59 ERA in 40 games (1 start)...ranked among team leaders in strikeouts (2nd, 77), games pitched (3rd), holds (4th, 4) and wins (5th). Ranked among Texas League relief leaders in highest SO/9.0 IP ratio (2nd, 9.82), lowest BAA (4th,.246) and lowest BB/9.0 IP ratio (5th, 2.33). Earned his first and only save of the season on 4/26 at Corpus Christi (1.0 IP, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 SO). Named to Texas League Mid-Season All-Star team and pitched for the South Division at the All-Star Game on 6/28 in Springfield, MO (1.1 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO). In 12 games from 6/22 to 8/4, went 4-0 with a 0.77 ERA (2 ER in 23.1 IP) to lower his season ERA from 3.38 to Did not allow a run in the ninth inning for the entire season (7.1 IP, 4 H, 7 BB, 7 SO). Promoted to Triple-A Nashville for the Pacific Coast League playoffs on 9/5. Went 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 4.1 IP) in three outings during the Sounds PCL Semifinals loss to Oklahoma City. Earned the win in Game 3 of the Semifinals on 9/9 with 1.2 scoreless innings in relief. Pitched for Caneros de los Mochis of the Mexican Pacific League (1-1, 2.39 ERA, 10 saves in 25 games). AVILA S CAREER NOTES 2015: Combined to go 7-1 with a 3.19 ERA (22 ER in 62.0 IP) in 40 games (1 start) between Advanced-A Stockton and Double-A Midland... Posted a 0.00 ERA in 13.2 IP for Stockton before a promotion to Midland on 5/3... Allowed just one earned run over nine games (13.2 IP) between 6/4 and 7/13, lowering his ERA from 8.25 to : Produced a 5-4 record with a 2.84 ERA (22 ER in 69.2 IP) in 41 relief appearances between Class-A Beloit and Advanced-A Stockton... Led Beloit with eight saves... Named to the Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star Team... Recorded the final out for the MWL West All-Stars in a 7-0 win on 6/17 in Comstock Park, MI... Promoted to Stockton on 7/1... Went 3-0 with a 1.48 ERA (4 ER in 24.1 IP) over his final 11 outings with the Ports. 2011: In his second season with the AZL Athletics, went 3-5 with a 5.20 ERA in 15 games (13 starts)... Was 3-0 with a 3.06 ERA in seven games at night, compared to 0-5 with a 7.50 ERA during eight day games. 2010: Began his first professional season with Quintana Roo in the Mexican League... Earned his first professional win on 5/1 vs. Yucatan (1.1 IP, 1 H, 2 ER, 1 BB)... Signed as a minor league free agent by Oakland on 6/20... Assigned to AZL Athletics and did not allow a run in his first three appearances (2.2 IP, 0 H, 0 BB, 3 SO), including his first professional save on 7/22 vs. the AZL Indians. MISC: Pitched for Caneros de Los Mochis in the Mexican Pacific League in the off-season from AVILA 2013: Started the year in Stockton and suffered losses in three of his first four appearances... Tossed a season-high 6.0 innings (3 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO) in his best start for the Ports on 4/13, a no-decision at Bakersfield... Assigned to Beloit on 5/4 and posted a career-high seven wins for the Snappers over the rest of the season... Went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 12.0 IP) over his final two starts. 2012: Spent the entire season with Short-A Vermont... Led the Lake Monsters in innings (66.0) and strikeouts (60), and was tied for second in wins (3)... Notched his first win of the year on 8/18 vs. Brooklyn (6.0 IP, 0 ER, 2 H, 2 BB, 3 SO)... Named New York-Penn League Pitcher of the Week on 9/4 after winning his last two starts of the regular season (11.0 IP, 1 R, 0 ER, 9 H, 0 BB, 14 SO). AWARDS & HONORS: New York-Penn League Pitcher of the Week (9/4/12)... Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star (2014)... Texas League Mid-Season All-Star (2016). TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Oakland Athletics as a minor league free agent (6/20/10)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (11/17/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 6.0 (8x, last: 8/27/13, BEL vs. CLI) SO: 11 (2x, last: 8/10/11, ATH vs. RED) BB: 6 (7/22/13, BG) H: 13 (8/1/13, CLI) ER: 12 (8/1/13, CLI) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 13

16 MANNY BARREDA - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 5-11 / 195 BORN: October 8, 1988 in Sahuarita, AZ (Opening Day Age: 28) PRO SEASON: 11th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 22, BARREDA BARREDA S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2007 GCL Yankees (Rk) / GCL Yankees (Rk) / GCL Yankees (Rk) / Charleston (A) / Staten Island (SS-A) / Charleston (A) / Charleston (A) / Tampa (Adv-A) / Tampa (Adv-A) / Trenton (AA) / Trenton (AA) / Huntsville (AA) / Tijuana (MEX) / Brevard County (Adv-A) / Biloxi (AA) / Tijuana (MEX) / Minor League Totals: / Mexican League Totals: / BARREDA S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Signed as a free agent by Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican League on 3/15. Appeared in 25 games out of the bullpen, going 2-1 with a 3.50 ERA and one save. Held lefties to a.183 batting average (11-for-60) with only one extra-base hit on the season. Recorded his lone save on 6/15 at Campeche (3.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 SO). Pitched to an ERA of 0.77 (1 ER in 11.2 IP) over six relief appearances during the month of June. Following the season, pitched for Caneros de los Mochis of the Mexican Pacific League, going 4-3 with a 2.20 ERA (17 ER in 69.2 IP), a.178 BAA (44-for-247) and one complete-game shutout in 12 starts. On 11/26, tossed a 138-pitch no-hitter against Hermosillo (9.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 9 SO). Signed with the Atlanta Braves on 12/22. BARREDA S CAREER NOTES 2015: Began the season with Toros de Tijuana... Pitched in three games there before being released on 4/26.. Signed with the Milwaukee Brewers on 5/19 and assigned to Advanced-A Brevard County... Pitched three relief outings before a promotion to Double-A Biloxi on 5/31... Held opposing lefties to a.164 (9-for-55) average in Biloxi. 2014: Opened with Double-A Trenton of the New York Yankees system... Released on 7/17... Signed by the Brewers on 7/17 and assigned to Double-A Huntsville... Yielded runs in three of 17 outings (1.99 ERA) for the Stars. 2008: Limited to just six games with the GCL Yankees... Underwent season-ending right elbow surgery on 7/ : In his first professional season, went 5-0 with a 3.00 ERA in 11 games with the Gulf Coast League Yankees. MISC: Pitched for Ateniensas de Manati of the Puerto Rican Winter League in Pitched for Tomateros de Culican in the Mexican Pacific League from Pitched for Caneros de los Mochis in the Mexican Pacific League in : Spent most of the season with Advanced-A Tampa... Between June and July, went 1-0 with a 1.11 ERA (3 ER in 24.1 IP) and three saves over 15 outings... Promoted to Trenton on 8/19 and pitched in five games. 2012: Made his Advanced-A debut with Tampa... Posted a 1.65 ERA (3 ER in 16.1 IP) over eight games in May. 2011: With Class-A Charleston, set a career high with six starts... Was at his best in May, notching a 1.20 ERA (2 ER in 15.0 IP) in 10 relief outings... Started for the first time since 2008 on 8/8 vs. Savannah (ND, 3.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R). 2010: Went 1-0 with a 3.33 ERA (9 ER in 24.1 IP) over 13 outings between Short-A Staten Island and Charleston. 2009: His.123 BAA was second-lowest among GCL relievers... Promoted to Charleston on 9/2 and won his debut that night at Rome (2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the New York Yankees in the 12th round of the 2007 June draft out of Sahuarita High School (Sahuarita, AZ)... Signed by the Milwaukee Brewers as a minor league free agent (7/17/14)... Signed by Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican League (4/14/15)... Signed by the Milwaukee Brewers as a minor league free agent (5/19/15)... Signed by Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican League (3/15/16)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (12/22/16). SINGLE-GAME AFFILIATED CAREER HIGHS IP: 6.1 (8/7/07, GCL GCL TIG) SO: 6 (2x, last: 8/18/07, GCL YAN vs. GCL TIG) BB: 6 (8/29/11, SAV) H: 6 (2x, last: 7/26/07, GCL YAN vs. GCL TIG) ER: 6 (6/17/11, HIC) 14 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

17 JESSE BIDDLE - PITCHER 40-MAN B/T: Left / Left HT/WT: 6-5 / 230 BORN: October 22, 1991 in Philadelphia, PA (Opening Day Age: 25) PRO SEASON: 7th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Claimed by the Atlanta Braves off waivers from the Pittsburgh Pirates on March 19, BIDDLE S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2010 GCL Phillies (Rk) / Williamsport (SS-A) / Lakewood (A) / Clearwater (Adv-A) / Reading (AA) / GCL Phillies (Rk) / Clearwater (Adv-A) / Reading (AA) / Reading (AA) / Lehigh Valley (AAA) / Did Not Play (Injured) Minor League Totals: / BIDDLE S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Missed the entire season due to Tommy John surgery performed by Dr. Michael Cicotti on 10/15/15. Traded by the Philadelphia Phillies to the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for RHP Yoervis Medina on 2/3. Released by the Pirates on 3/16...claimed off waivers by the Atlanta Braves on 3/19. Placed on the Braves 15-day disabled list on 4/3...transferred to the 60-day DL on 4/12, activated on 11/ : Combined to go 9-6 with a 4.95 ERA (69 ER in IP) in 24 starts between Double-A Reading and Triple-A Lehigh Valley of the Phillies organization... Went 7-2 with a 4.24 ERA in 15 starts with Reading before being promoted to Lehigh Valley on 7/8... Won back-to-back starts from 7/17-7/22, posting a 0.71 ERA (1 ER in 12.2 IP) in that span... Named the International League Pitcher of the Week and Philies MiLB Pitcher of the Week for 7/13-7/19 following 7.0 scoreless innings on 7/17 at Rochester... Placed on the disabled list on 8/28 with a left elbow sprain... Underwent Tommy John surgery on 10/ : Across three levels of the Phillies system, went 5-10 with a 4.60 ERA (48 ER in 94.0 IP) in 19 starts... Made 16 of those starts at Reading, going 3-10 with a 5.03 ERA... Struck out 21 batters over two starts from 4/18-4/23, going 2-0 with a 0.64 ERA (1 ER in 14.0 IP) in that span... Placed on the temporary inactive list from 6/26-8/6... Placed on the disabled list on 8/22 with a strained right quadriceps. 2013: In his Double-A debut with Reading, finished among Eastern League leaders in starts (T-1st, 27), complete games (T-2nd, 2), strikeouts (3rd, 154) and ERA (9th, 3.64)... Named an EL Mid-Season All-Star after going 3-8 with a 3.09 ERA and 102 strikeouts in 17 first-half starts... Was the Phillies MiLB Pitcher of the Month for April (2-1, 1.74 ERA, 40 SO in 5 starts)... Took a perfect game into the seventh inning on 4/22 at Harrisburg (win, 7.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 2 BB, career-high 16 SO)... Named EL Pitcher of the Week for 4/22-4/28... Earned the win for the U.S. Team (1.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 1 SO) at the MLB All-Star Futures Game on 7/14 at Citi Field. BIDDLE S CAREER NOTES 8/17 vs. Brevard County (win, 0 R, 2 BB, 12 SO)... Named Philadelphia s No. 1 prospect by Baseball America and a Phillies Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. 2011: With Class-A Lakewood, named a South Atlantic League Post-Season All-Star after ranking among leaders in ERA (4th, 2.98) and strikeouts (5th, 124)... Named SAL Pitcher of the Week and Phillies MiLB Pitcher of the Week for 7/11-7/17... Named Philadelphia s No. 2 prospect by BA and a Phillies Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. 2010: Made his professional debut, going 4-1 with a 3.92 ERA (19 ER in 43.2 IP) in 12 starts between the GCL Phillies and Short-A Williamsport... Named Philadelphia s No. 8 prospect by BA. AWARDS & HONORS: South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week (7/18/11)... South Atlantic League Post-Season All-Star (2011)... Florida State League Pitcher of the Week (6/4/12, 8/20/12, 8/27/12)... Florida State League Mid- Season All-Star (2012)... MiLB.com Philadelphia Organization All-Star (2011, 2012)... Eastern League Pitcher of the Week (4/29/13)... Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star (2013)... MLB All-Star Futures Game Selection (2013)... International League Pitcher of the Week (7/19/15). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the first round (27th overall) of the 2010 June draft out of Germantown Friends High School (Philadelphia, PA)... Traded by the Phillies to the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for RHP Yoervis Medina (2/3/16)... Claimed off waivers from the Pirates by the Atlanta Braves (3/19/16). BIDDLE 2012: With Advanced-A Clearwater, ranked among Florida State League leaders in strikeouts (1st, 151), wins (T-2nd, 10), starts (T-2nd, 26), ERA (3rd, 3.22) and innings (4th, 142.2)... Named a FSL Mid-Season All-Star after going 3-3 with a 2.98 ERA in 12 first-half starts... Was Phillies MiLB Pitcher of the Month for May (2-0, 1.36 ERA in 6 starts)... Earned the FSL Pitcher of the Week award three times (6/4, 8/20 and 8/27)... Tossed 7.0 no-hit innings on SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 8.0 (7/21/12, CHA) SO: 16 (4/22/13, HAR) BB: 7 (2x, last: 8/28/13, REA vs. RIC) H: 10 (2x, last: 8/27/15, SWB) ER: 10 (6/23/14, BIN) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 15

18 AARON BLAIR - PITCHER 40-MAN B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-4 / 250 BORN: May 26, 1992 in Las Vegas, NV (Opening Day Age: 24) PRO SEASON: 5th MLB DEBUT: 4/24/16 with ATL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for RHP Shelby Miller and LHP Gabe Speier on December 9, BLAIR BLAIR S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2013 Hillsboro (SS-A) / South Bend (A) / South Bend (A) / Visalia (Adv-A) / Mobile (AA) / Mobile (AA) / Reno (AAA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / ATLANTA (MLB) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / BLAIR S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Made 13 starts for Gwinnett, going 5-4 with a 4.65 ERA and six quality starts led the team in strikeouts (71). Won three-straight starts from 4/9-4/19, going 3-0 with a 1.42 ERA (3 ER in 19.0 IP) and a.156 BAA (10-for-64). On 4/19 vs. Durham, pitched 7.0 no-hit innings and struck out a season-high 10 in a 7-2 win over the Bulls. Named the International League Pitcher of the Week for 4/18-4/24 following his effort on 4/19. Also named Gwinnett s Pitcher of the Month for April by the Atlanta Braves (3-0, 1.42 ERA in 3 starts). Did not allow a run over his final 14.0 innings with Gwinnett before having his contract selected by Atlanta on 4/24. Made his Major League debut with the Braves on 4/24 vs. the New York Mets, taking the loss (5.1 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 1 SO) in Atlanta s 3-2 defeat. Across four stints with Atlanta (4/24-5/17, 5/28-6/24, 8/28, 9/18-10/2), went 2-7 with a 7.59 ERA in 15 starts. Earned his first career MLB victory on 9/19 at the New York Mets (6.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 1 BB, 4 SO in 7-3 win). After going 0-6 with an 8.23 ERA (50 ER in 54.2 IP) in 12 MLB starts from April-August, went 2-1 with a 5.28 ERA (9 ER in 15.1 IP) in three starts from September-October. Was on Gwinnett s 7-day disabled list from 8/3-8/17 and Atlanta s 15-day disabled list from 8/29-9/17 (left knee strain). Made two MLB rehab starts for the G-Braves in the Governors Cup Playoffs, going 1-0 with a 4.05 ERA (6 ER in 13.1 IP) and a.229 BAA (11-for-48, 2 HR). Set a Gwinnett playoff record with 7.1 IP in Game 1 of the Governors Cup Championship Series on 9/13 at Scranton/ WB (win, 6 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 HR, 3 BB, 5 SO). In his final start with Atlanta on 10/1 vs. Detroit, set a MLB career high with 10 strikeouts over 6.0 innings (4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 1 BB) in a 5-3 win over the Tigers. BLAIR S CAREER NOTES 2015: Combined to go 13-5 with a 2.92 ERA (52 ER in IP) in 26 games, 25 starts between Double-A Mobile and Triple-A Reno, earning the Arizona Diamondbacks Minor League Pitcher of the Year award for the second straight season... Named a Southern League Mid-Season All-Star with Mobile after going 6-3 with a 2.70 ERA in 13 starts... Went 3-1 with a 0.89 ERA (4 ER in 40.2 IP) across six starts in May... Promoted to Reno for his Triple-A debut in June, went 7-2 with a 3.16 ERA in 13 games, 12 starts... Went 6-0 with a 2.16 ERA (12 ER in 50.0 IP) and seven quality starts in a eight-start span from 6/23-8/17... Pitched a season-high 8.0 innings (4 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 SO) in a win at Sacramento on 9/1... Following his trade to Atlanta on 12/9, was ranked the Braves No. 4 prospect by MLB.com. 2014: Named D-backs Minor League Pitcher of the Year after going 9-5 with a 3.56 ERA (61 ER in IP) and 171 strikeouts in 27 starts between Class-A South Bend, Advanced-A Visalia and Double-A Mobile... Tied for second in MiLB in strikeouts (alongside Cincinnati s Ben Lively), trailing only Toronto s Taylor Cole (181 SO)... Named organizational Pitcher of the Month for June after going 3-0 with a 3.06 ERA (11 ER in 32.1 IP) in five starts with Visalia... Went 8-1 with a 3.17 ERA (33 ER in 93.2 IP) in his final 16 starts... Entering 2015, was ranked Arizona s No. 3 prospect by Baseball America (40th overall). 2013: Made his pro debut, going 1-3 with a 3.14 ERA (17 ER in 48.2 IP) in 11 starts with Short-A Hillsboro and Class- A South Bend... Entering 2014, was ranked Arizona s No. 5 prospect by Baseball America. AWARDS & HONORS: Southern League Pitcher of the Week (7/28/14)... Southern League Mid-Season All-Star (2015)... MiLB.com Arizona Organization All-Star (2014, 2015)... Arizona Diamondbacks Minor League Pitcher of the Year (2014, 2015)... International League Pitcher of the Week (4/14/16). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the first round (36th overall) of the 2013 June draft out of Marshall University (Huntington, WV)... Acquired by the Atlanta Braves from Arizona along with OF Ender Inciarte and SS Dansby Swanson in exchange for RHP Shelby Miller and LHP Gabe Speier (12/9/15). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 8.0 (9/1/15, SAC) SO: 12 (4/27/14, SB vs. LC) BB: 6 (2x, last: 6/2/15, MOB vs. PNS) H: 10 (2x, last: 7/16/16, GWN vs. SWB) ER: 9 (5/17/16, PIT) 16 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

19 EMILIO BONIFACIO - OUTFIELDER B/T: Switch / Right HT/WT: 5-10 / 210 BORN: April 23, 1985 in Santo Domingo, D.R. (Opening Day Age: 31) PRO SEASON: 15th MLB DEBUT: 9/2/07 with ARI MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 9, BONIFACIO S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2003 Missoula (Rk) South Bend (A) South Bend (A) Lancaster (Adv-A) Mobile (AA) ARIZONA (MLB) Tucson (AAA) ARIZONA (MLB) Columbus (AAA) WASHINGTON (MLB) FLORIDA (MLB) New Orleans (AAA) FLORIDA (MLB) FLORIDA (MLB) Jupiter (Adv-A) MIAMI (MLB) TORONTO (MLB) KANSAS CITY (MLB) AZL Cubs (Rk) Tennessee (AA) CHI CUBS (MLB) ATLANTA (MLB) Charlotte (AAA) CHI WHITE SOX (MLB) Iowa (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) ATLANTA (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: BONIFACIO S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Signed by Atlanta to a Major League deal on 12/9/15 released on 4/6 re-signed by Atlanta to a minor league deal on 4/11 and assigned to Gwinnett. Named Gwinnett s Most Valuable Player for 2016 in the annual Team Awards on 9/3. Ranked first among Braves full-season farmhands and eighth in the International League with a.298 average. Also led the IL in stolen bases (37-for-46, 80.4%) and ranked tied for 10th in the circuit in triples (5). Had his contract selected by Atlanta on 6/21, batted.129 (4-for-31) in 15 games before being DFA d on 7/7. Logged five multi-steal games with Gwinnett, including a season-best three-steal game (3-for-3) on 8/5 at Durham. Posted a season-best 10-game hitting streak from 8/7-8/19, batting.421 (16-for-38, 2B, 3B, 9 R, 6 RBI, 7 SB). On 8/20 vs. Rochester, went 2-for-3 with two triples was the first G-Brave with a two-triple game since Mallex Smith on 8/17/15 at Toledo. Named Gwinnett s Player of the Month for August after batting.376 (41-for-109, 4 2B, 4 3B, HR, 20 R, 13 RBI, 11 SB) in 29 games. Notched 18 multi-hit efforts over his final 31 games between 8/4-9/5, batting.388 (47-for-121, 4 2B, 4 3B, HR, 22 R, 13 RBI, 11 SB) to raise his season average from.261 to.298. Posted a.991 fielding percentage and five outfield assists in 102 games (100 in OF, 2 at 2B). In eight Governors Cup playoff games, batted.273 (9-for-33, 3 R, 2 RBI, 2 SB) was tied for the IL playoff lead in steals with teammates Matt Lipka and Mel Rojas Jr. Had his contract selected for a second time by Atlanta on 9/17 batted.211 (8-for-38, 6 R, 3 RBI, SB) in 23 total Major League games. Following the season, named an Atlanta Braves Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. Re-signed by Atlanta on 12/9/16 and invited to Major League Spring Training for BONIFACIO BONIFACIO S CAREER NOTES 2015: Suited up for the Chicago White Sox, his eighth different Major League organization... Batted.167 over 47 games... Made 18 starts, including 11 at first base, one in left field and six as the DH... Released on 8/18... Signed with the Chicago Cubs and finished with Triple-A Iowa. 2014: Combined to hit.259 (102-for-394, 17 2B, 4 3B, 3 HR, 47 R, 24 RBI, 26 SB) over 110 games between the Cubs and Atlanta Braves... Ranked 10th in the National League in stolen bases... Appeared in 65 games in center field, 31 at second base, seven at third, six in right, four at shortstop, four in left and one as the DH... Notched a career-high five hits on 4/2 at Pittsburgh... Went 9-for- 12 over the first two games of the season, becoming the first player in the modern era (since 1900) to collect nine or more hits in his first two games with any team... Hit his second career leadoff home run on 9/28 at Philadelphia. 2013: Batted.243 (102-for-420, 22 2B, 3 3B, 3 HR, 54 R, 31 RBI, 28 SB) in 136 games between Toronto and Kan GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 17

20 BONIFACIO sas City... Appeared in 90 games at second base, 20 in left field, 15 in center, six at third, five in right and one at shortstop... Was Toronto s Opening Day second baseman... Hit.308 (8-for-26) over 14 games in July... Reached base safely in 13 of his first 14 games with Kansas City from 8/15-9/1... Was successful on 14 straight stolen-base attempts from 8/9-9/5, including two-steal efforts on 8/22 vs. the Chicago White Sox and 9/1 at Toronto. 2012: Limited to 64 games with Miami due to injuries... Tied for second in the NL with a 90.9% stolen-base percentage (30-for-33) and ranked ninth with 30 steals... His 20 consecutive steals to begin the season established a Marlins record... Reached base safely in his first 14 games of the year, hitting.321 (17-for-53)... Spent time on the disabled list with a sprained left thumb (5/20-7/12, 8/4-8/18) and a right knee sprain (8/21-end-of-season). 2011: Set Major League career highs in average (.296), hits (167), doubles (26), triples (7), home runs (5), RBIs (36), runs scored (78), stolen bases (40), walks (59), games (152), on-base percentage (.360) and slugging percentage (.393) in his second season with Florida... Led the NL in bunt hits (16) and infield hits (45) and tied for second in stolen bases... His 78.4% (40-for-51) stolen-base percentage was the third-best mark in Marlins history among players with 40 attempts... Was named the Jeff Conine Mr. Marlin Award winner by the South Florida Chapter of the BBWAA... Tabbed the NL Player of the Month for July after hitting.380 (38-for-100) with 27 runs scored and 16 stolen bases... Made 141 starts, including 61 at shortstop, 30 at third base, 28 in left field, 11 in right, nine in center and two at second... Registered a career-best 26-game hitting streak from 6/28-7/28 (.390, 39-for-100), the thirdlongest streak in MLB... Tied a career-high with three stolen bases on 7/10 vs. Houston. BONIFACIO SCAREER NOTES named a Southern League All-Star after leading the league in stolen bases (41) and hits (157) and finishing second in runs scored (84)... Recalled by Arizona on 9/1 and made his Major League debut on 9/2 vs. Colorado as a pinch runner in the eighth inning... Made his first career start (second base) on 9/10 at San Francisco and recorded his first career hit and RBI off Tim Lincecum in the fifth inning. 2006: His 61 steals led the California League and ranked seventh in MiLB... Ranked second in MiLB in both hits (175) and runs scored (117). 2005: Earned Midwest League All-Star honors with Class- A South Bend... Led Arizona farmhands and was second in the league with 55 steals... Batted.265 with a home run in nine playoff games during club s run to the MWL title. 2004: Made his full-season debut with South Bend, batting.260 with 40 stolen bases in 120 games. 2003: Spent his pro debut with Rookie-level Missoula, batting.199 with 15 stolen bases in 54 games. MISC: Attended Loyola High School in Santo Domingo, D.R.... His younger brother, Jorge, is an outfielder in the Kansas City organization. AWARDS & HONORS: Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star (2005)... California League Post-Season All-Star (2006)... Baseball America High Class-A All-Star (2006)... Southern League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2007)... Pacific Coast League Mid-Season All-Star (2008)... MLB All-Star Futures Game Selection (2008)... National League Player of the Month (July 2011)... MiLB.com Atlanta Organization All-Star (2016)... Gwinnett Braves Most Valuable Player (2016). 2010: Opened the year on Florida s Major League roster before being optioned to Triple-A New Orleans on 4/14... Recalled on 6/7... Appeared in 47 games (37 starts) with the Marlins, including 17 in center field, nine at shortstop, seven in left, six in right, six at third base and five at second... Was 12-for-12 in stolen base attempts. 2009: Spent his first full season (third overall) in the Major Leagues and first with Florida... Tied for third in the Majors with 14 bunt hits and ranked sixth with 34 infield hits...appeared in 86 games at third base, 20 at shortstop, 11 in center and seven at second... Was the Marlins Opening Day third baseman on 4/6 vs. Washington, going 4-for-5 with his first career home run - an inside-the-park clout off Julian Tavarez - four runs scored and three steals... Became the first player since Cesar Izturis (2001) to record an inside-the-parker as his first MLB home run... It was the first inside-the-park home run on Opening Day since Carl Yastrzemski on 4/10/68 at Detroit... Became the first player in the Majors since the Yankees Wade Boggs in 1994 to record eight hits and six runs scored through a team s first three games of a season. 2008: Hit a combined.243 (41-for-169, 6 2B, 5 3B, 29 R, 4 RBI, 7 SB) in 49 games between Arizona and Washington... Opened the season with Triple-A Tucson before being recalled by the Diamondbacks on 7/4... Stole his first career base on 7/4 vs. San Diego... Following his 7/22 trade to the Nationals, was optioned to Triple-A Columbus... Batted.314 (125-for-398, 20 2B, 5 3B, HR, 58 R, 32 RBI, 21 SB) in 93 games between Tucson and Columbus... Recalled by Washington on 8/ : Opened the season at Double-A Mobile... Was TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks as an amateur free agent (12/27/01)... Traded by Arizona to the Washington Nationals in exchange for RHP Jon Rauch (7/22/08)... Traded by Washington to the Florida Marlins along with RHP P.J. Dean and INF Jake Smolinski in exchange for LHP Scott Olsen and OF Josh Willingham (11/11/08)... Traded by Miami to the Toronto Blue Jays along with RHP Josh Johnson, LHP Mark Buehrle, INF Jose Reyes, C John Buck and cash considerations in exchange for RHP Henderson Alvarez, INF Yunel Escobar, INF Adeiny Hechavarria, C Jeff Mathis, LHP Justin Nicolino, RHP Anthony Desclafani and OF Jake Marisnick (11/19/12)... Traded by Toronto to the Kansas City Royals in exchange for cash considerations (8/13/13)... Signed by the Chicago Cubs as a minor league free agent (2/2/14)... Traded by Chicago to the Atlanta Braves along with LHP James Russell in exchange for C Victor Caratini (7/31/14)... Signed by the Chicago White Sox as a free agent (3/1/15)... Signed by the Chicago Cubs as a minor league free agent (8/25/15)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a free agent (12/9/15)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (4/10/16)... Re-signed by the Braves as a minor league free agent (12/9/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (2x, last: 4/2/14, PIT) HR: 1 (27x, last: 8/23/16, GWN vs. BUF) RBI: 4 (2x, last: 7/7/06, LAN vs. INL) R: 5 (5/12/14, STL) SB: 3 (8x, last: 8/5/16, DUR) 18 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

21 JOHAN CAMARGO - INFIELDER 40-MAN B/T: Switch / Right HT/WT: 6-0 / 160 BORN: December 13, 1993 in Panama City, Panama (Opening Day Age: 23) PRO SEASON: 6th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, CAMARGO S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2012 DSL Braves (Rk) Danville (Rk) Rome (A) Lynchburg (Adv-A) Carolina (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Minor League Totals: CAMARGO S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Entered the season ranked Atlanta s No. 27 prospect and Best Defensive Infielder by Baseball America. Made his Double-A debut with Mississippi, batting.267 in 126 games. Set single-season career high in doubles (26), matched career highs in triples (6) and home runs (4). Led the Southern League in sacrifice hits (17). Produced a.315 average (58-for-184, 11 2B, 3 3B, HR, 40 RBI) with runners on base. Hit left-handed pitchers at a.320 clip (24-for-75), but recorded 31 of his 36 extra-base hits and all four of his home runs off right-handers (.256, 95-for-371). Batted.291 (65-for-223) after the All-Star break, including.354 (34-for-96) in 27 games in July. Had three straight multi-hit games from 7/8-7/10, batting.643 (9-for-14, 3B, 2 R, 2 RBI) in that span. Fell a homer shy of the cycle on 7/30 vs. Birmingham (4-for-5, 2 2B, 3B, 3 R, RBI). Posted a.971 fielding percentage, logging games at second base (64), shortstop (32) and third base (29). Appeared in seven games during the SL Playoffs, batting.333 (9-for-27, 2B, 3B, 3 R, 3 RBI). Following the season, played for Aguilas Cibaenas of the Dominican Winter League...batted.275 (22-for-80, 4 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR, 8 R, 11 RBI) in 25 games. CAMARGO S CAREER NOTES 2015: Entered the season ranked the Braves No. 14 prospect and Best Defensive Infielder by Baseball America... Earned Carolina League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star selections after batting.258 in 130 games with Advanced-A Carolina... Tallied a career-high six triples, tied for sixth-most in the Braves system... Batted.289 (54- for-187, 11 2B, 3 3B, 23 R, 18 RBI) in 64 games in the first half... Hit his only homer as part of a three-hit effort on 8/16 at Frederick (3-for-4, HR, 2 R, 2 RBI)... Following the season, played 16 games for Peoria of the Arizona Fall League, batting.206 (13-for-63, 5 R, 3 RBI). 2014: Entered the season ranked the Braves No. 19 prospect and Best Defensive Infielder by Baseball America... Combined to bat.266 (127-for-478, 18 2B, 4 3B, HR, 60 R, 46 RBI, 7 SB) in 132 games between Class-A Rome and Advanced-A Lynchburg... Made 118 starts with the two clubs, all at shortstop... Ranked in the top 10 in the Atlanta organization in games (3rd), at-bats (4th), runs (T-8th) and hits (9th)... Set career highs in hits, doubles, RBI, stolen bases, runs scored and games... Hit.267 in 115 games with Rome before being promoted to Lynchburg on 8/15... Went a perfect 5-for-5 and fell a homer shy of the cycle (2B, 3B, 2 R, RBI) on 5/28 vs. West Virginia... Batted.324 (34-for-105, 6 2B, 3B, 19 R, 15 RBI, 3 SB) in 26 games in July... With the HillCats, posted a.259 average in 17 games... Also appeared in two playoff games with Lynchburg, going 1-for : Spent the entire season with Rookie-level Danville, batting.294 in 57 games... Led the club in at-bats (228) and hits (67) while tying for the lead in triples (4)... Hit.323 (32-for-99, 5 2B, 2 3B, 14 R, 7 RBI, 3 SB) in 25 games in July... Named the Appalachian League Player of the Week on 8/ : Selected by Atlanta as the DSL Player of the Year after leading the DSL Braves in average (.343), hits (68), doubles (14), on-base percentage (.433), slugging percentage (.455) and OPS (.887). 2011: Missed the entire season due to right elbow tendinitis. AWARDS & HONORS: DSL Braves Player of the Year (2012)... Appalachian League Player of the Week (8/12/13)... Carolina League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2015). TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a nondrafted free agent (7/2/10). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (5/28/14, ROM vs. WV) HR: 1 (8x, last: 6/13/16, MIS vs. JXN) RBI: 3 (5x, last: 7/16/16, MIS vs. JXN) R: 3 (6x, last: 7/30/16, MIS vs. BIR) SB: 2 (2x, last: 5/10/14, ROM vs. ASH) CAMARGO GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 19

22 RHINER CRUZ - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 210 BORN: November 1, 1986 in Santo Domingo, D.R. (Opening Day Age: 30) PRO SEASON: 13th MLB DEBUT: 4/7/12 with HOU MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 1, CRUZ CRUZ S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2004 GCL Tigers (Rk) / GCL Tigers (Rk) / Did Not Play 2007 DSL Mets (Rk) / GCL Mets (Rk) / Kingsport (Rk) / Brooklyn (SS-A) / Savannah (A) / Savannah (A) / St. Lucie (Adv-A) / St. Lucie (Adv-A) / Binghamton (AA) / Oklahoma City (AAA) / HOUSTON (MLB) / Oklahoma City (AAA) / HOUSTON (MLB) / Oklahoma City (AAA) / Rakuten (JPPL) Rakuten (JPPL) Yucatan (MEX) / Laguna (MEX) Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / Mexican League Totals: / Foreign League Totals: CRUZ S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Signed with Leones de Yucatan of the Mexican League on 4/30. Posted a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 4.0 IP) and three saves (3-for-3) over four outings from 5/4-5/11. After going 0-2 with a 7.50 ERA in seven games with Yucatan, was released on 5/15. Signed with Vaqueros de la Laguna of the Mexican League on 5/18. Made his lone appearance with Laguna on 5/21 vs. Monclova (1.0 IP, 1 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO). Released by Laguna on 5/22. Following the season, pitched for Gigantes del Cibao of the Dominican Winter League, going 0-0 with a 4.00 ERA (4 ER in 9.0 IP) across 13 relief appearances. Signed by the Atlanta Braves on 12/1 and invited to Major League Spring Training for CRUZ S CAREER NOTES 2015: Made 52 relief appearances in his second season with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of the Japan Pacific League... Went 1-3 with a 3.12 ERA... Ranked among team leaders in saves (T-2nd, 1), games finished (4th, 9) and appearances (5th).... Posted a 1-2 record with a 4.75 ERA and two saves in 37 games with Oklahoma City... Held PCL opponents to a.227 batting average... Recalled by Houston on 9/8... Went 0-1 with a 1.29 ERA (1 ER in 7.0 IP) over six appearances in September. 2014: Began the season with Houston s Triple-A affiliate in Oklahoma City... Recorded his first and only win of the season on 4/29 against Round Rock (2.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 3 SO)... Made 14 appearances for Oklahoma City before being released on 6/2... Signed with Rakuten of the Japan Pacific League later that month... In 29 games with the Golden Eagles, went 2-2 with a 3.99 ERA... Ranked sixth on the team in appearances. 2013: Pitched for Team Spain in the World Baseball Classic, tallying a ERA (3 ER in 1.1 IP)... Made Houston s Opening Day roster... Was one of just four players to appear on the Astros 2012 and 2013 Opening Day rosters... Went 0-1 with a 4.40 ERA (7 ER in 14.1 IP) in 14 games during his first stint with Houston before being optioned to Oklahoma City on 5/2... Was leading the club and was tied for the AL lead in appearances at the time of his option 2012: Logged 52 relief outings on his Major League debut with Houston, going 1-1 with a 6.05 ERA... Ranked fifth in the NL in appearances among rookie relievers... Finished third on the club in relief innings and fourth in relief appearances... Made his MLB debut on 4/7 vs. Colorado (0.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 SO)... Earned his first MLB win on 4/14 at Miami (2.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 2 SO)... Placed on the disabled list on 4/24 with a sprained right ankle... Made two rehab appearances in Oklahoma City before being reinstated on 5/9... From 6/28-7/18, posted a 1.13 ERA (1 ER in 8.0 IP) in seven games, holding opponents to a.115 average. 2011: Combined to go 5-3 with a 3.89 ERA (31 ER in 71.2 IP) and seven saves in 44 appearances between Advanced-A St. Lucie and Double-A Binghamton in the New York Mets organization... Began the season in St. Lucie and was promoted to Binghamton on 5/9... After promo 20 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

23 tion, went 7-for-8 in save opportunities and posted a.202 BAA (43-for-203)... Selected by Houston as the first overall pick in the 2011 Rule 5 Draft. CRUZ S CAREER NOTES 2006: Began the year in the Detroit organization, but was released on 6/16 before the short-season affiliates began play. 2010: Spent the entire season with Advanced-A St. Lucie... Posted a 0.57 ERA (1 ER in 15.2 IP) with two saves over nine games in June... Made a then-career-high 51 appearances, recording six saves in 75.1 innings pitched. 2009: As the closer at Class-A Savannah, set a career high with 22 saves in 25 opportunities... Led all Mets minor leaguers and finished third in the South Atlantic League in saves... Went 3-3 with a 1.92 ERA in 50 appearances... Held opponents to a.199 average (42-for-211)... In July, recorded eight saves in nine opportunities while posting a 0.84 ERA ( 1 ER in 10.2 IP). 2008: Combined to go 2-2 with a 4.73 ERA (21 ER in 40.0 IP) in 21 appearances between Short-A Brooklyn and Class-A Savannah... Pitched one month in Brooklyn before his promotion to Savannah on 7/6... Held righthanded batters to a.186 average (13-for-70) in Savannah. 2007: Signed by the Mets on 2/15 and pitched at three different levels... Combined to go 3-2 with a 1.41 ERA (5 ER in 32.0 IP) over 19 games at his three stops... Began the year with the DSL Mets, making four appearances... Promoted to GCL Mets on 6/24 and pitched six scoreless innings over four appearances before being placed on the disabled list... Activated and promoted to Rookie-level Kingsport on 7/12... Made 11 appearances to close out his season, allowing one run in 12.2 innings pitched for a 0.71 ERA 2005: Spent the season with the GCL Tigers... Earned his first professional win on 7/7 with 2.2 relief innings against the GCL Yankees. 2004: Began his professional career as a 17-year-old for the Detroit Tigers Gulf Coast League affiliate... MISC: Pitched in the Dominican Winter League for Gigantes del Cibao following the season from Also made one appearance in the Venezuelan Winter League for Leones del Caracas in TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Detroit Tigers as an international free agent (9/30/03)... Signed by the New York Mets as a minor league free agent (2/15/07)... Selected by the Houston Astros in the Major League Rule 5 Draft (12/8/11)... Signed with Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of the JPPL (6/4/14)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (12/1/16). SINGLE-GAME AFFILIATED CAREER HIGHS IP: 4.1 (2x, last: 4/15/10, STL vs. PMB) SO: 7 (6/17/07, DSL NYM vs. DSL NAT) BB: 5 (6/11/07, DSL DSL PAD) H: 7 (7/19/05, GCL TIG vs. GCL BRA) ER: 6 (8/2/11, ALT) CRUZ PICTURED: Members of the Gwinnett Braves pitching staff look on from the bullpen during Game 4 of the Governors Cup Semifinals. (Karl L. Moore / Gwinnett Braves) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 21

24 JOEL DE LA CRUZ - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-1 / 240 BORN: June 9, 1989 in Haina, Dominican Republic (Opening Day Age: 27) PRO SEASON: 10th MLB DEBUT: 6/29/16 with ATL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on November 20, DE LA CRUZ DE LA CRUZ S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2006 AZL Brewers (Rk) / Did Not Play (Injured) 2008 Did Not Play 2009 DSL Nationals (Rk) / DSL Yankees1 (Rk) / DSL Yankees2 (Rk) / GCL Yankees (Rk) / Tampa (Adv-A) / Tampa (Adv-A) / Charleston (A) / Tampa (Adv-A) / Scranton/WB (AAA) / Trenton (AA) / Trenton (AA) / Scranton/WB (AAA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / ATLANTA (MLB) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / DE LA CRUZ S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened the season with Gwinnett, going 1-3 with a 4.68 ERA in 21 games (5 starts). As a starter with the G-Braves, went 0-2 with a 3.38 ERA (10 ER in 26.2 IP) and two quality starts. Posted a 1.75 ERA (5 ER in 25.2 IP) in nine outings at Coolray Field, compared to a 7.03 ERA (25 ER in 32.0 IP) in 12 road games. Earned his lone win in relief on 6/8 vs. Lehigh Valley, working 5.0 scoreless innings (3 H, 1 BB, 3 SO) following a 1.0-inning rehab start from Shae Simmons (Gwinnett won 3-1). Delivered back-to-back quality starts on 6/19 at Scranton/WB (loss, 7.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER) and 6/24 vs. Charlotte (loss, 8.0 IP, 8 H, 5 R, 3 ER). Had his contract selected by Atlanta twice, on 5/20 (outrighted to Gwinnett on 5/30) and on 6/29. Made his Major League debut with the Braves, going 0-7 with a 4.88 ERA in 22 games (9 starts) stranded 6-of-7 inherited runners. In 13 relief appearances with Atlanta, was 0-1 with a 4.32 ERA (8 ER in 16.2 IP) and a.213 BAA (13-for-61). In his six big league starts, went 0-6 with a 5.09 ERA (26 ER in 46.0 IP), one quality start and a.280 BAA (52-for-186). Invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for DE LA CRUZ S CAREER NOTES 2015: Split the season between Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre of the New York Yankees system, earning a career-high eight wins (8-2) while posting a 3.31 ERA (31 ER in 84.1 IP) in 23 games (9 starts)... Went a perfect 7-0 with Scranton, including 4-0 with a 2.79 ERA (9 ER in 29.0 IP) in eight relief outings and 3-0 with a 3.66 ERA (13 ER in 32.0 IP) in seven starts... Posted a 3-0 record and season-low 2.01 ERA (5 ER in 22.1 IP) in five May outings... After the season, pitched for Toros del Este of the Dominican Winter League, going 1-0 with a 7.04 ERA (12 ER in 15.1 IP) in 10 games. 2014: Went 7-9 with a 4.44 ERA (60 ER in IP) in 28 games (22 starts) between Trenton and Scranton/WB... In his Triple-A debut stint, went 3-5 with a 4.52 ERA in 17 games (12 starts) with the RailRiders... Following the season, made seven appearances with the Toros del Este of the DWL, going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 6.0 IP). 2013: Spent the entire year with Advanced-A Tampa, going 6-3 with a 3.28 ERA in 33 appearances (6 starts)... Tossed 5.0 scoreless innings to beat Dunedin on 7/ : Combined to go 3-3 with a 3.54 ERA (19 ER in 48.1 IP) in 26 outings between Tampa and Class-A Charleston. 2011: Went 2-0 with a 5.10 ERA in 17 relief outings with the GCL Yankees... Promoted to Advanced-A Tampa for his final outing of the season on 9/4 at Lakeland (L, 3.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 3 SO). 2010: Pitched for both the DSL Yankees1 and the DSL Yankees2, going 1-1 with a 6.14 ERA (5 ER in 7.1 IP) in nine relief appearances. 2009: Went 0-4 with a 7.27 ERA in 13 games for the DSL Nationals... Released on 7/23. TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Milwaukee Brewers as an amateur free agent (3/19/06)... Signed by the Washington Nationals as a minor league free agent (2/5/09)... Signed by the New York Yankees as a minor league free agent (4/19/10)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (11/20/15). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 8.0 (6/24/16, GWN vs. CHA) SO: 7 (2x, last: 8/2/14, POR) BB: 5 (8/5/16, STL) H: 11 (8/28/14, AKR) ER: 7 (8/28/14, AKR) 22 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

25 CALEB DIRKS - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-3 / 220 BORN: June 9, 1993 in Arcadia, CA (Opening Day Age: 23) PRO SEASON: 4th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for RHP Bud Norris, OF Dian Toscano, a PTBNL and cash on June 30, DIRKS S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2014 Danville (Rk) / Rome (A) / Rome (A) / Carolina (Adv-A) / Rancho Cuca. (Adv-A) / Tulsa (AA) / Tulsa (AA) / Mississippi (AA) / Minor League Totals: / DIRKS S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Was a non-roster invitee to Los Angeles Dodgers MLB Spring Training. Combined to go 5-3 with a 1.18 ERA (8 ER in 61.0 IP) and eight saves (8-for-10) in 49 relief appearances between Double-A Tulsa (Dodgers) and Double-A Mississippi (Atlanta Braves). Went 3-2 with a 1.44 ERA and six saves in 28 games with Tulsa...stranded 1-of-1 inherited runners. With the Drillers, posted a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 9.0 IP) in April and a 0.84 ERA (1 ER in 10.2 IP) in June. Named a Texas League Mid-Season All-Star after going 2-2 with a 1.53 ERA (5 ER in 29.1 IP) in 26 first-half games. Pitched for the North Division in the Texas League All-Star Game on 6/28 (1.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO). Following a trade to Atlanta on 6/30, was assigned to Mississippi. Went 2-1 with a 0.91 ERA and two saves in 21 games with the M-Braves...stranded 12-of-12 inherited runners. Held Southern League opponents to a.173 average (18-for-104, 0 HR). Struck out a season-high five batters over 3.0 scoreless innings (2 H, 0 BB) on 8/20 vs. Pensacola. Pitched three times in relief during the SL Playoffs, going 0-1 with a 4.91 ERA (2 ER in 3.2 IP). 2015: Combined to go 3-2 with a 0.90 ERA (5 ER in 50.0 IP) and six saves (6-for-9) in 40 relief outings between Class-A Rome and Advanced-A Carolina of the Braves organization and Advanced-A Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Tulsa of the Dodgers organization... Posted a.194 BAA and 1.14 WHIP for the season. 2014: Split his professional debut between Rookie-level Danville and Class-A Rome, going 1-0 with a 2.23 ERA (8 ER in 32.1 IP) and five saves (5-for-7) in 21 games... His ERA ranked fifth among relievers in the Braves system... Posted a 0.96 ERA (1 ER in 9.1 IP) in seven outings with Danville before getting the call to Rome on 7/14... Earned his first pro win on 8/3 at Greenville (2.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 3 SO)... Went 1-0 with a 2.74 ERA and three saves in 14 outings with the R-Braves. AWARDS & HONORS: Texas League Mid-Season All- Star (2016). DIRKS S CAREER NOTES TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 15th round of the 2014 June draft out of California Baptist University (Riverside, CA)... Traded by the Braves to the Los Angeles Dodgers along with OF Jordan Paroubek in exchange for International Bonus Pool Slot #87 (7/2/15)... Traded by the Dodgers to the Braves along with LHP Philip Pfeifer in exchange for RHP Bud Norris, OF Dian Toscano, a PTBNL and cash (6/30/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 3.0 (8/20/16, MIS vs. PNS) SO: 5 (8/20/16, MIS vs. PNS) BB: 3 (3x, last: 8/25/16, BLX) H: 5 (8/24/14, ROM vs. CSC) ER: 3 (8/16/14, CSC) DIRKS GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 23

26 SAM FREEMAN - PITCHER B/T: Right / Left HT/WT: 5-11 / 180 BORN: June 24, 1987 in Houston, TX (Opening Day Age: 29) PRO SEASON: 9th MLB DEBUT: 6/1/12 with STL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on October 14, FREEMAN S CAREER PITCHING STATS FREEMAN YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2008 Johnson City (Rk) / Palm Beach (Adv-A) / Palm Beach (Adv-A) / Springfield (AA) / Did Not Play (Injured) 2011 Palm Beach (Adv-A) / Springfield (AA) / Springfield (AA) / Memphis (AAA) / ST. LOUIS (MLB) / Memphis (AAA) / ST. LOUIS (MLB) / Memphis (AAA) / ST. LOUIS (MLB) / Round Rock (AAA) / TEXAS (MLB) / MILWAUKEE (MLB) / Col. Springs (AAA) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / FREEMAN S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Entered Spring Training with the Texas Rangers and was designated for assignment on 3/29. Traded to Milwaukee for cash on 4/5 and entered the regular season in the Brewers bullpen. Made seven relief appearances for the Brewers in April, going 0-0 with a ERA. Sent to Triple-A Colorado Springs on 5/9 and remained there for the rest of the season. Made his first career starts over three straight outings from 5/23-6/2, going 0-0 with a ERA (9 ER in 6.1 IP). Recorded his first save since 2013 on 6/6 at New Orleans (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 1 BB). Earned his first win of the season on 8/3 vs. Nashville (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R). Did not allow a run over his final five outings of the season between 8/21 and 9/4 (8.0 IP, 5 H, 4 BB, 11 SO). Posted a 2.49 road ERA (7 ER in 25.1 IP) compared to a 7.50 ERA at home (25 ER in 30.0 IP). Played one inning in right field on 6/14, his first professional appearance anywhere except the mound. Signed with Atlanta on 10/14, invited to Major League Spring Training for : Acquired by Texas from St. Louis for cash considerations on 3/28... Opened the season with Triple-A Round Rock and allowed just one earned run over eight appearances for the Express... Promoted to Texas on 5/13... From the date of his Texas debut on 5/14 through 8/18, led the Majors with 45 appearances... Over 31 games from 6/17-8/18, his 0.79 ERA (2 ER in 22.2 IP) was the lowest ERA of any AL pitcher (20-plus IP) and second-lowest in MLB... Pitched in seven straight Texas games from 7/7-7/18, posting 3.0 scoreless innings across 11 batters faced, the longest such streak by a Ranger since Dale Mohoric tied MLB record by pitching in 13 straight games in Ranked third on the team in appearances (54)... Established career highs in games, innings, strikeouts (40), and holds (12)... Allowed 11 of 47 (23.4%) inherited runners to score, 13th lowest percentage in the AL... Was not included on Texas playoff roster. 2014: Began the season with Triple-A Memphis... Promoted to St. Louis on 5/13 and pitched a scoreless relief inning that night against the Chicago Cubs... Optioned to Memphis on 5/19... Didn t allow an earned run over eight games for Memphis between 4/24-5/21 (9.2 IP, 9 H, 2 BB, 13 SO)... Recalled by St. Louis on 5/24... Recorded his first win of the season on 6/4 with a scoreless 10th inning at Kansas City... Did not allow a run over his first eight MLB appearances of the season (8.0 IP, 1 H, 4 BB, 8 SO) FREEMAN S CAREER NOTES 24 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE... Allowed an earned run in just seven of 44 games... His 2.61 ERA ranked 15th in MLB among pitchers with 40-ormore appearances... Allowed just one of eight inherited runners to score (12.5%)... Opponents slugged.299, as he gave up just five extra-base hits the entire season... Held right-handed batters to a.195 (17-for-87) average, 11th-lowest average against among MLB lefty relievers... Pitched in his only career postseason game in Game 1 of the 2014 NLDS at the Los Angeles Dodgers, walked both batters faced in relief of Adam Wainwright in Cards 10-9 win. 2013: Won a career-high seven games for Triple-A Memphis... Led the staff with 10 holds... Recorded his only saves on 4/16 at New Orleans and 7/30 vs. Tucson, both four-out saves... Went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 18.0 IP) in nine outings in June... Recalled by St. Louis on 8/8 and pitched 1.1 scoreless relief innings that night vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers... Earned his first Major League win on 8/13 vs. Pittsburgh, tossing a scoreless 14th inning in a 4-3 Cardinals win... Sent to Memphis on 8/17 then recalled again by St. Louis on 8/29... Did not give up a run in 11 of 13 Major League outings... Faced 50 batters for the Cardinals and did not allow a home run. 2012: Opened the season with Double-A Springfield... Transferred to Triple-A Memphis on 5/14... Recalled by St.

27 Louis on 6/1 and made his Major League debut that night at New York (0.2 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 1 SO), the same night Mets pitcher Johan Santana threw a no-hitter... Pitched in 13 games before being optioned to Memphis on 6/30... With Memphis, did not give up an earned run over 17 relief outings between 7/4-8/13 (19.1 IP, 11 H, 7 BB, 18 SO)... Recalled by St. Louis on 9/1 and remained there for the rest of the season... Held MLB right-handed batters to a.186 average (8-for-43), the fourth-lowest among National League left-handed relievers... Pitched in seven games for Surprise in the Arizona Fall League, posting a 3.86 ERA... Named to the AFL s Rising Stars Team. 2011: Combined to go 2-2 with a 3.16 ERA (24 ER in 68.1 IP) over 59 relief appearances between Advanced-A Palm Beach and Double-A Springfield in his first action since elbow surgery the previous year... Led Springfield with 25 games finished while going 3-for-3 in save opportunities... Named to Texas League Mid-Season All-Star team after going 1-0 with a 1.19 ERA (3 ER in 22.2 IP) in 23 first-half games... Turned in 41 scoreless outings out of 52, highlighted by a streak of 13 scoreless games between 5/20-6/17... His 59 appearances ranked fourth among MiLB left-handed pitchers... His 3.16 ERA ranked fifth-lowest among MiLB pitchers with 59-plus appearances. 2010: Invited to Major League Spring Training as a nonroster invitee, but missed the entire season after having Tommy John surgery on 3/10. FREEMAN S CAREER NOTES 2008: Began his professional career with Rookie-level Johnson City, where he made 20 relief appearances... Tied for the team lead with four wins... Earned his first professional win on 7/19 at Bristol (1.1 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER)... Nailed down his first pro save on 8/16 vs. Kingsport (2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 3 SO)... Promoted to Advanced-A Palm Beach, where he made just one appearance on 8/28 vs. St. Lucie (2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 4 SO)... Made two relief appearances (2.1 IP, 2 SO) during the 2008 Florida State League playoffs. MISC: Played both football and baseball at Hebron High School (Carrollton, TX)... Was a first team all-district selection as a senior... Played college baseball at the University of Kansas after two years at North Central Texas College. AWARDS & HONORS: Florida State League Mid-Season All-Star (2009)... Texas League Mid-Season All-Star (2011)... Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Selection (2012). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 32nd round of the 2008 June draft out of the University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS)... Traded to the Texas Rangers in exchange for a PTBNL (3/28/15)... Traded to the Milwaukee Brewers for cash (4/5/16)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (10/14/16). FREEMAN 2009: Went a combined 2-2 with a 2.41 ERA (15 ER in 56.0 IP) in 41 games between Palm Beach and Springfield... His 41 appearances ranked fourth among Cardinals minor league left-handed pitchers... Selected to the Florida State League All-Star Game, but was called up to Springfield on 6/12 and did not appear in that game... In Palm Beach, posted a.157 BAA (18-for-115)... Missed the rest of the season after suffering an elbow injury on 7/25. SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 3.0 (7x, last: 7/26/16, NAS) SO: 5 (7/26/16, NAS) BB: 4 (3x, last: 4/28/16, CHC) H: 6 (6/2/16, COL vs. OMA) ER: 6 (6/2/16, COL vs. OMA) PICTURED: The G-Braves drew a season-high crowd of 9,682 fans at Coolray Field on July 4, (Karl L. Moore / Gwinnett Braves) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 25

28 DAVID FREITAS - CATCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-3 / 225 BORN: March 18, 1989 in Wilton, CA (Opening Day Age: 28) PRO SEASON: 8th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on November 16, FREITAS FREITAS CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2010 Vermont (SS-A) Hagerstown (A) Potomac (Adv-A) Midland (AA) Midland (AA) Sacramento (AAA) Bowie (AA) Norfolk (AAA) Bowie (AA) Norfolk (AAA) Tennessee (AA) Iowa (AAA) Minor League Totals: FREITAS 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Played for Double-A Tennessee and Triple-A Iowa in his first season in the Chicago Cubs organization. Combined to hit.295 (98-for-332) with 27 doubles, one triple, six home runs, 44 runs and 53 RBI in 91 games. Began the season with Tennessee, called up to Iowa for one game on 4/18, then sent back down after that game. Batted.283 (21-for-74) with seven doubles, two homers, 10 runs and 17 RBI over the first two months of the season with Tennessee before another promotion to Iowa on 5/27. Over 25 games with Iowa, batted.321, including.354 (23-for-65, 2 HR, 14 RBI) against right-handed pitching. Returned to Tennessee for the final time on 7/14 and remained there for the rest of the season. With Tennessee, batted.331 (45-for-136) on the road, compared to.232 (26-for-112) at home. Behind the plate, threw out 13-of-53 runners attempting to steal (24.5%). Signed by the Atlanta Braves on 11/16 and invited to Major League Spring Training for FREITAS CAREER NOTES 2015: Hit.241 (63-for-261, 14 2B, 8 HR, 29 R, 33 RBI, 1 SB) in 75 games between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk of the Baltimore Orioles organization... Promoted to Norfolk on 5/26... Returned to Bowie on 6/8... Was at his best in August, batting.314 (16-for-51, 3 HR, 8 RBI) in 16 games... Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 Draft on 12/ : In his first season in the Orioles organization, hit.263 (50-for-190, 12 2B, 6 HR, 24 R, 29 RBI) in 61 games between Bowie and Norfolk... Batted.268 (11-for-41, 3 HR, 13 RBI) in 13 games with the Baysox in May... Promoted to Norfolk on 7/12... Returned to Bowie on 7/25... Posted an eight-game hitting streak from 8/14-8/27... Promoted to Norfolk again on 8/28... For the season, threw out 15-of-53 runners attempting to steal (28.3%). 2011: Played 123 games with Class-A Hagerstown... Set career-highs in home runs (13), RBI (73), hits (123), runs (67), walks (82) and doubles (30)... Named a South Atlantic League Mid-Season All-Star after batting.317 (72-for- 227, 8 HR, 46 RBI) in 64 first-half games. 2010: Made his professional debut with Short-A Vermont... Named a New York-Penn League Mid-Season All-Star... Named NYPL Player of the Week on 7/26. MISC: Was a junior college All-American at Cosumnes River College (Sacramento, CA) before transferring to the University of Hawaii in AWARDS & HONORS: New York-Penn League Mid-Season All-Star (2010)... New York Penn-League Player of the Week (7/26/10)... South Atlantic League Mid-Season All- Star (2011)... MiLB.com Washington Organization All-Star (2011)... Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star (2012). 2013: Hit.231 (74-for-321, 14 2B, 10 HR, 47 R, 30 RBI) in 90 games between Double-A Midland and Triple-A Sacramento of the Oakland Athletics organization... Played two games with Sacramento before being assigned to Midland on 4/6... Homered twice on 5/23 at Tulsa (2-for-4, 2 RBI)... Promoted back to Sacramento on 7/25... For the season, threw out 28-of-130 runners attempting to steal (21.5%). 2012: Named a Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star after batting.285 (47-for-165, 10 2B, 3 HR, 23 RBI) in 49 firsthalf games with Advanced-A Potomac of the Washington Nationals organization... Traded to Oakland on 8/3 and assigned to Midland... Recorded at least one hit in 14 of 20 games with the RockHounds, batting.333. TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Washington Nationals in the 15th round of the 2010 June draft out of the University of Hawaii (Honolulu, HI)... Traded by the Nationals to the Oakland Athletics in exchange for C Kurt Suzuki (8/3/12)... Traded by the Athletics to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for RHP Jim Johnson (12/12/13)... Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 Draft (12/10/15)... Signed with the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (11/16/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (6/6/12, FRE) HR: 2 (2x, last: 5/23/13, TUL) RBI: 5 (2x, last: 7/5/12, POT vs. FRE) R: 3 (5x, last: 8/23/16, JXN) SB: 1 (8x, last: 6/23/16, IOW vs. NAS) 26 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

29 BALBINO FUENMAYOR - FIRST BASEMAN B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-3 / 230 BORN: November 26, 1989 in Valencia, Venezuela (Opening Day Age: 27) PRO SEASON: 11th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 1, FUENMAYOR S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2007 GCL Blue Jays (Rk) GCL Blue Jays (Rk) Lansing (A) Lansing (A) Lansing (A) Vancouver (SS-A) Vancouver (SS-A) Lansing (A) Frontier Greys (IND) Laredo (IND) Quebec (IND) Northwest Arkansas (AA) Omaha (AAA) Omaha (AAA) Minor League Totals: Independent League Totals: FUENMAYOR S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Played a full Triple-A season for the first time in his career with Omaha of the Kansas City Royals organization. Hit over.300 in both May (.303, 20-for-66, 8 2B, 2 HR, 8 RBI) and July (.375, 27-for-72, 4 2B, 4 HR, 11 RBI). Batted.364 (44-for-121) against left-handed pitching, compared to.253 (60-for-237) against right-handers. With runners on base, hit.324 (56-for-173, 14 2B, 2 HR, 38 RBI). Notched three doubles on 5/27 vs. El Paso (4-for-4). Recorded his lone multi-homer game of the season on 7/20 vs. Las Vegas (3-for-4, 2 HR, 3 RBI). Posted a.988 fielding percentage (7 errors/598 total chances) in 77 games at first base. Following the season, played in 38 games with Caribes de Anzoategui of the Venezuelan Winter League, batting.342 (51-for-149, 4 2B, 3B, 9 HR, 18 R, 37 RBI). Signed by the Atlanta Braves on 12/1...assigned to Triple-A Gwinnett on 1/6/17. FUENMAYOR S CAREER NOTES 2015: Returned to affiliated baseball with the Kansas City Royals organization and had a breakout year... Named Double-A Northwest Arkansas Player of the Year... Also named a Baseball America Double-A Post-Season All-Star and a Texas League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star... Earned the Texas League Player of the Month award for May after hitting.391 (45-for-115, 11 2B, 8 HR, 22 RBI) in 28 games... Named Texas League Player of the Week twice in May (5/4 and 5/18)... Promoted to Triple-A Omaha on 7/4... At the time of his promotion, led all Double-A players in hits, ranked second in batting and tied for second in homers... Selected to the SiriusXM MLB All-Star Futures Game in Cincinnati on 7/14, started at first base and hit cleanup for the World Team (1-for-2)... Hit safely in 13 of 15 games for Omaha... Missed the final five weeks of the season after suffering a torn ACL in a rundown on 7/24... Following the season, named a Kansas City Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. 2014: Spent the season with the Quebec Capitales of the independent CanAm League... Set a Quebec franchise record with 131 hits, the fifth-highest total in league history... Led the league in hits, doubles (30) and RBI (99), and ranked second in batting average (.347) and homers (23)... Named Independent Leagues Player of the Year by Baseball America... Following the season, played for Caribes de Anzoategui in the Venezuelan Winter League... Over 45 games, led Caribes in homers (10) and RBI (38)... Signed with Kansas City on 10/ : Began the year with Class-A Lansing in the Toronto Blue Jays organization... Batted.208 over 26 games for the Lugnuts and was released on 5/23... Signed with the Frontier Greys of the independent Frontier League... Later played for the Laredo Lemurs of the independent American Association... Traded to Quebec on 8/ : Batted.282 in 67 games with Short-A Vancouver... Led the Canadiens in hits (73), doubles (20), homers (9), RBI (52), total bases (122) and slugging pct. (.471)... Ranked among Northwest League leaders in doubles (2nd), RBI (T-2nd) and homers (T-7th) as Vancouver went on to win the NWL championship for the second straight season... Started the year well, batting.400 (24-for-60, 6 2B, 3 HR, 18 RBI) in 15 games in June... Twice named Northwest League Player of the Week (6/25 and 8/27). 2011: Combined to bat.249 (81-for-325, 18 2B, 3B, 6 HR, 34 R, 40 RBI) in 90 games between Class-A Lansing and Short-A Vancouver... Played at both first and third base, the last time he played third base regularly in his career... Finished the season in Vancouver as the Canadiens won the Northwest League championship. 2010: In his second season with Lansing, posted a.220 average over 100 games... Collected a career-high five hits on 4/12 at Great Lakes (5-for-5, 2B, HR, RBI), his fifth hit was a game-tying solo shot in the eighth inning of a 4-3 win... Had a.990 fielding percentage on the season (8 errors/769 total chances) over 82 games at first base. 2009: In his first season with Class-A Lansing, posted career-highs in games played (113), at-bats (419), and hits (110)... Batted over.300 in May (.307, 23-for-75, 2 2B, 3 FUENMAYOR GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 27

30 FUENMAYOR HR, 7 RBI) and July (.308, 24-for-78, 6 2B, 2 HR, 11 RBI). 2008: His.307 average ranked 15th in the Gulf Coast League... Also ranked among league leaders in hits (8th, 55), doubles (5th, 14) and slugging pct. (13th,.458). 2007: Began his professional career as a 17-year-old with the Rookie-level GCL Blue Jays... Batted.174 (31-for-178) over 48 games... Hit his first professional home run on 8/7 vs. the GCL Braves. AWARDS & HONORS: Northwest League Player of the Week (6/25/12, 8/27/12)... Baseball America Independent Leagues Player of the Year (2014)... Texas League Player of the Week (5/4/15, 5/18/15)... MiLB.com Texas League Player of the Month (May 2015)... Northwest Arkansas Player of the Year (2015)... Baseball America Double-A All-Star (2015)... Texas League Mid-Season and Post- FUENMAYOR S CAREER NOTES Season All-Star (2015)... SiriusXM MLB All-Star Futures Game Selection (2015)... MiLB.com Royals Organization All-Star (2015). TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as a non-drafted free agent (8/23/06)... Signed by the Kansas City Royals as a minor league free agent (10/29/14)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (12/1/16). SINGLE-GAME AFFILIATED CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (4/12/10, GL) HR: 2 (5x, last: 7/20/16, OMA vs. LV) RBI: 6 (7/18/08, GCL TOR vs. GCL DET) R: 3 (6x, last: 5/3/15, NWA vs. TUL) SB: 1 (4x last: 4/28/15, NWA vs. SPR) PICTURED: The G-Braves are introduced prior to Game 3 of the Governors Cup Championship Series on September 15, (Karl L. Moore / Gwinnett Braves) 28 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

31 DAVID HALE - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 210 BORN: September 27, 1987 in Atlanta, GA (Opening Day Age: 29) PRO SEASON: 9th MLB DEBUT: 9/13/13 with ATL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on March 1, HALE S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2009 Danville (Rk) / Rome (A) / Lynchburg (Adv-A) / Mississippi (AA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / ATLANTA (MLB) / ATLANTA (MLB) / Modesto (Adv-A) / Albuquerque (AAA) / COLORADO (MLB) / Albuquerque (AAA) / COLORADO (MLB) / Norfolk (AAA) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / HALE S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Began the season with Triple-A Albuquerque...recalled by the Colorado Rockies on 4/16. Designated for assignment on 4/22...claimed off waivers by the Baltimore Orioles on 4/25. Assigned to Triple-A Norfolk, where he went 4-7 with a 5.84 ERA in 20 starts. Had his best outing on 8/1 vs. Durham, tossing 6.2 scoreless innings (4 H, 2 BB, 3 SO) for the win. Spent two stints on the disabled list (5/11-5/17, 6/20-7/3) with a right calf injury. HALE S CAREER NOTES 2015: Began the season on the disabled list with a strained left oblique... Spent one rehab outing with Advanced-A Modesto before being activated and sent to Triple-A Albuquerque on 4/26... Added as Colorado s 26th man for a doubleheader on 5/23 vs. San Francisco and made his Rockies debut in game two (W, 6.2 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO)... Started again as the 26th man on 6/2 vs. the LA Dodgers... Recalled to the active roster on 6/8... Spent 7/10-8/18 on the DL with a groin strain... Went 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA (5 ER in 10.0 IP) in his last two starts. Pitcher of the Month (1-2, 1.80 ERA)... Rated the Braves No. 21 prospect by BA. 2010: With Class-A Rome, went 5-3 with a 2.16 ERA (16 ER in 66.2 IP) and five saves in 21 relief outings... Only surrendered one home run in 93.2 IP... Named by BA as the Braves No. 17 prospect and owner of the Best Slider. 2009: In his first professional season, posted a 1.13 ERA in seven apparances for Rookie-level Danville. HALE 2014: Made his first career Opening Day roster with the Atlanta Braves... His first four appearances were starts, went 1-0 with a 2.31 ERA (6 ER in 23.1 IP) in those games... Moved to the bullpen on 4/30 and didn t allow a run over his first 12 appearances (15.2 IP)... Overall in relief, went 2-4 with a 3.81 ERA (23 ER in 54.1 IP) in 39 games. 2013: Named Triple-A Gwinnett s Most Valuable Pitcher after going 6-9 with a 3.22 ERA in 22 games (20 starts)... Was the G-Braves Pitcher of the Month in July (3-2, 0.86 ERA)... Promoted to Atlanta on 9/5 and made his Major League debut on 9/13 vs. San Diego (ND, 5.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 9 SO)... According to Elias, set the Braves franchise record for strikeouts in a MLB debut... Earned first MLB win in second start on 9/26 vs. Philadelphia (6.0 IP, 7 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 SO)... Made his MLB postseason debut in Game 3 of the NLDS vs. the LA Dodgers, retiring the only batter he faced (Juan Uribe) in the ninth inning...ranked the Braves No. 7 prospect by Baseball America. 2012: Selected to the Southern League Mid-Season All- Star team after posting a 5-3 record with a 4.21 ERA (36 ER in 77.0 IP) with Double-A Mississippi in the first half... Named Mississippi Pitcher of the Month for June (3-1, 2.41 ERA)... Rated the Braves No. 16 prospect by BA. 2011: Was selected as Advanced-A Lynchburg s July MISC: Attended Princeton University, where he was both a pitcher and an oufielder... Graduated from The Walker School in Marietta, GA, where he was an infielder for three years prior to pitching as a senior. AWARDS & HONORS: Lynchburg Pitcher of the Month (7/2011)... Mississippi Pitcher of the Month (6/2012)... Southern League Mid-Season All-Star (2012)... Gwinnett Pitcher of the Month (7/2013)... Gwinnett Most Valuable Pitcher (2013). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the third round of the 2009 June draft out of Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)... Traded by Atlanta to the Colorado Rockies along with RHP Gus Schlosser in exchange for C Jose Briceno and C Chris O Dowd (1/30/15)... Claimed off waivers from Colorado by the Baltimore Orioles (4/25/16)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (3/1/17). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 8.0 (4x, last: 4/26/14, ATL vs. CIN) SO: 11 (6/6/12, HVL) BB: 7 (6/1/12, MIS vs. MTG) H: 11 (8/17/16, SWB) ER: 9 (7/5/12, MIS vs. JXN) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 29

32 JASON HURSH - PITCHER 40-MAN B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-3 / 200 BORN: October 2, 1991 in Carrollton, TX (Opening Day Age: 25) PRO SEASON: 5th MLB DEBUT: 8/13/16 with ATL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Selected by the Braves in the first round (31st overall) of the 2013 June draft out of Oklahoma State University (Stillwater, OK). HURSH HURSH S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2013 Rome (A) / Mississippi (AA) / Mississippi (AA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / Mississippi (AA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / ATLANTA (MLB) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / HURSH S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened with Double-A Mississippi, going 3-2 with a 2.05 ERA and three saves (3-for-5) in 35 relief outings...stranded nine of 13 inherited runners. Named M-Braves Pitcher of the Month for July by Atlanta after going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 14.1 IP) and three saves (3-for-3) in nine relief outings. Did not allow a run over his final 12 games with Mississippi (19.1 IP) from 6/23-7/27 promoted to Gwinnett on 7/29. In eight total outings over two stints (7/29-8/7, 8/18-9/5) with the G-Braves, went 0-0 with a 1.69 ERA. Posted a 28.1-inning scoreless streak between Mississippi (19.1 IP) and Gwinnett (9.0 IP) from 6/23-8/23. Had his contract selected by Atlanta on 8/12 pitched twice in relief on his Major League debut stint, going 0-0 with a ERA...optioned back to Gwinnett on 8/18. Made three relief appearances for the G-Braves during the Governors Cup Playoffs, going 0-0 with a 2.45 ERA (1 ER in 3.2 IP) and one hold. HURSH S CAREER NOTES 2015: In 24 games (15 starts) with Mississippi, was 3-6 with a 5.14 ERA and two saves... M-Braves Opening Day starter went 2-6 with a 5.63 ERA (44 ER in 70.1 IP) as a member of the rotation from 4/9-7/5... Enjoyed best start of the year on 5/16 at Pensacola, firing 6.0 scoreless, threehit innings to lead a 1-0 victory... In his first extended stint as a reliever, went 1-0 with a 2.25 ERA and two saves in nine relief outings (12.0 IP)... Promoted to Gwinnett for his Triple-A debut on 8/6 and posted a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 5.2 IP) over his first four relief appearances from 8/6-8/16... Earned first career Triple-A win on 8/23 vs. Louisville, working 1.0 IP (3 H, 1 ER) in a 5-4 victory... Overall with Gwinnett, went 1-0 with a 5.40 ERA and one hold in 10 games... Entered the 2016 season ranked the Atlanta Braves No. 21 prospect by MLB.com and No. 23 prospect by Baseball America. 5.0 scoreless, four-hit innings... Limited right-handed batters to a.197 average (12-for-61), while lefties hit.222 (8- for-36) against him... Entered the 2014 season ranked the Braves No. 6 prospect by Baseball America... also tabbed as having the Best Changeup in the system by BA. AWARDS & HONORS: Atlanta Braves Minor League Pitcher of the Year (2014). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round (31st overall) of the 2013 Draft out of Oklahoma State University (Stillwater, OK). 2014: Received the Braves Minor League Pitcher of the Year award after going 11-7 with a 3.58 ERA in 27 games (26 starts) for Double-A Mississippi... Led the M-Braves with 11 wins and ranked secong among all Braves farmhands in victories... Tied for fourth in the Southern League in wins and finished sixth in the Braves organization in ERA... Tossed first career complete-game shutout on 5/30 vs. Pensacola (7.0 IP, 5 H, 1 BB)... Went 4-1 with a 2.23 ERA (9 ER in 36.1 IP) and a.206 BAA (27-for-131) in six games, five starts in July to be named Mississippi s July Pitcher of the Month by Atlanta... Posted a 5-0 record and 1.51 ERA (6 ER in 35.2 IP) in six games from 7/16-8/12... Entered 2015 ranked the Braves No. 12 prospect by MLB.com. 2013:... Made his professional debut with Class-A Rome, going 1-1 with a 0.67 ERA (2 ER in 27.0 IP) in nine starts... Threw 18.0 scoreless innings over six outings to start his career... Earned first win on 8/2 vs. Lexington, throwing SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 7.0 (6x, last: 7/4/14, MTG) SO: 8 (5/27/15, MIS vs. PNS) BB: 4 (4x, last: 6/2/15, MIS vs. JXN) H: 10 (4x, last: 6/14/15, MIS vs. BLX) ER: 7 (8/28/14, HVL) 30 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

33 LUKE JACKSON - PITCHER 40-MAN B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 210 BORN: August 24, 1991 in Fort Lauderdale, FL (Opening Day Age: 25) PRO SEASON: 7th MLB DEBUT: 9/4/15 with TEX MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Texas Rangers in exchange for LHP Brady Feigl and RHP Tyrell Jenkins on December 8, JACKSON S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2011 Hickory (A) / Hickory (A) / Myrtle Beach (Adv-A) / Myrtle Beach (Adv-A) / Frisco (AA) / Frisco (AA) / Round Rock (AAA) / Round Rock (AAA) / TEXAS (MLB) / Round Rock (AAA) / TEXAS (MLB) / Frisco (AA) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / JACKSON S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Combined to go 1-1 with a 3.69 ERA (19 ER in 46.1 IP) and three saves (3-for-6) in 36 relief appearances between Double-A Frisco and Triple-A Round Rock. Also logged eight Major League relief outings with the Texas Rangers, going 0-0 with a ERA. Opened the season on the Rangers 15-day disabled list (lower back)...sent to rehab with Round Rock on 4/9. Activated off the DL and optioned to Round Rock on 4/13. In his lone win with Round Rock on 6/19 at Nashville, struck out season-high five over 2.2 innings. Recalled by Texas on 5/16 (optioned to Round Rock on 6/9) and on 6/22 (optioned to Frisco on 7/3). Posted a 2.03 ERA (3 ER in 13.1 IP) in 10 outings with Frisco in August. Recalled by Texas on 10/3, but did not make the Rangers playoff roster. Entering the 2017 season, is ranked the Braves No. 27 prospect by MLB.com. JACKSON S CAREER NOTES 2015: Rated as the Rangers No. 12 prospect by Baseball America entering the season... Went 2-3 with a 4.34 ERA over 39 games (5 starts) with Round Rock... Opened the season in the rotation and went 2-1 with a 5.64 ERA (14 ER in 22.1 IP) before moving to the bullpen on 5/8... Made his Major League debut, posting a 4.26 ERA in seven games across two stints (8/8-8/10, 9/1-end of season)... Did not pitch in his first stint, made his big league debut on 9/4 at the Los Angeles Angels (0.2 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 ER). 2014: Prior to the season, rated as Rangers No. 7 prospect by Baseball America... Combined to go 9-5 with a 5.40 ERA (74 ER in IP) over 26 games (24 starts) for Frisco and Round Rock... His 126 strikeouts ranked third among all Rangers minor leaguers... Led Texas league in both wins (8) and strikeouts (83) through his final start with Frisco on 6/19... Tossed a perfect relief inning in the Texas League All-Star game for the South squad on 6/24 in Little Rock... Promoted to Round Rock on 6/ : Named the Rangers Nolan Ryan Minor Leauge Pitcher of the Year after posting the eighth-lowest ERA among full season minor league pitchers... Combined to go 11-4 with a 2.04 ERA (29 ER in IP) and 123 strikeouts over 25 games (23 starts) with Advanced-A Myrtle Beach and Double-A Frisco... Posted career bests in wins, ERA, and WHIP (1.180)... Started for the Carolina League in the Carolina League-California League All-Star Game... Promoted to Frisco on 8/1... Didn t allow a run over his first 20.0 innings in Frisco, a span of five games (four starts). 2012: Split the season between Class-A Hickory and Advanced-A Myrtle Beach... Combined to go 10-7 with a 4.65 ERA (67 ER in IP) and a careeer-high 146 strikeouts over 26 starts... Ranked second among Rangers minor leaguers in strikeouts... Promoted to Myrtle Beach on 6/22... Recorded career-high 12 strikeouts over 5.0 innings on 7/12 vs. Wilmington. 2011: Spent first professional season with Class-A Hickory... Averaged 9.4 strikeouts per 9.0 IP. MISC: Father, Edward, played football at Florida State, while his mother, Kim, ran track at Louisville. AWARDS & HONORS: Carolina League Pitcher of the Week (7/1/13)... Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star (2013)... MiLB.com Rangers Organization All-Star (2013)... Rangers Nolan Ryan Minor League Pitcher of the Year (2013)... Texas League Pitcher of the Week (4/21/14)... Texas League Mid-Season All-Star (2014). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Texas Rangers in the supplemental first round (45th overall) of the 2010 June draft out of Calvary Christian High School (Fort Lauderdale, FL)... Traded to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for LHP Brady Feigl and RHP Tyrell Jenkins (12/8/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 7.0 (5x, last: 5/23/14, FRI vs. TUL) SO: 12 (7/17/12, MB vs. WIL) BB: 6 (7/5/11, HIC vs. DEL) H: 11 (5/3/15, RR vs. NAS) ER: 8 (8/10/14, NAS) JACKSON GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 31

34 MICAH JOHNSON - INFIELDER/OUTFIELDER B/T: Left / Right HT/WT: 6-0 / 210 BORN: December 18, 1990 in Indianapolis, IN (Opening Day Age: 26) PRO SEASON: 6th MLB DEBUT: 4/6/15 with CHW MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for a PTBNL or cash on January 13, MAN JOHNSON JOHNSON S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2012 Great Falls (Rk) Kannapolis (A) Winston-Salem (Adv-A) Birmingham (AA) Birmingham (AA) Charlotte (AAA) Charlotte (AAA) AZL White Sox (RK) CHI. WHITE SOX (MLB) Oklahoma City (AAA) LA DODGERS (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: JOHNSON S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Acquired by the Los Angeles Dodgers as part of a three-team trade on 12/16. Spent two Major League stints with the Dodgers (4/9-4/10, 9/19-end of season), batting.167 in seven games. Also appeared in 120 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City, including 74 games as the club s leadoff hitter. Saw action at second base (84 games), third base (2 games), center field (16 games) and left field (25 games). Hit.287 (102-for-355) vs. Triple-A right-handers, compared to.174 (19-for-109) vs. left-handers. Recorded a season-high four hits on 9/5 at Omaha (4-for-5, 2B, 2 R, SB). Traded to the Atlanta Braves for a player to be named later or cash on 1/13/17. JOHNSON S CAREER NOTES 2015: Entered the season ranked the Chicago White Sox No. 4 prospect and Fastest Baserunner by Baseball America... Made his Major League debut as Chicago s Opening Day second baseman on 4/6 at Kansas City, singled off Yordano Ventura in the sixth inning for his first MLB hit... Made 32 starts at second base, compiling a.978 fielding percentage... Optioned to Triple-A Charlotte on 5/14 and played in 78 games for the Knights... Tied for fifth in the International League in steals (28)... Led off in all 78 starts for Charlotte... Named IL Player of the Week on 7/19 after hitting.500 (10-for-20, 3B, HR, 7 R, 2 RBI, 4 SB)... Recalled by Chicago on 9/8 and appeared in nine more games before undergoing arthoscopic surgery in his left knee in October. 2014: Entered the season rated the White Sox No. 6 prospect and Fastest Baserunner by BA... Combined to bat.294 (123-for-419, 19 2B, 6 3B, 5 HR, 48 R, 44 RBI, 22 SB) in 102 games between Double-A Birmingham and Triple- A Charlotte... Ranked among White Sox organizational leaders in average (4th,.294), walks (4th, 22), triples (T- 6th, 6), and hits (10th, 123)... Began the season in Birmingham and hit safely in 30 of 37 games... Promoted to Charlotte on 5/13... Was on the DL from 5/24-6/8 with a strained left hamstring... Selected to play in SiriusXM MLB All-Star Futures Game at Target Field in Minnesota, went 0-for-2 at the plate... Went back on the DL on 8/18 with same hamstring injury and missed the rest of the season. 2013: Hit.312 (167-for-536, 24 2B, 15 3B, 7 HR, 106 R, 58 RBI, 84 SB) in 131 games between Class-A Kannapolis, Advanced-A Winston-Salem and Double-A Birmingham... Led all of MiLB in stolen bases and ranked fifth in runs scored... Also ranked among organization leaders in hits (1st), triples (1st), average (3rd), and extra base hits (T- 6th, 46)... Named to South Atlantic League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star teams... Also named a Topps Class-A All-Star following the season... Promoted to Birmingham on 8/29 and led the team to the Southern League title... Hit.368 (14-for-38, 2B, HR, 7 RBI, 7 SB) over 10 games to win SL Championship Series MVP honors... Played for Glendale of the Arizona Fall League, batting.320 (8-for-25, 3 2B, 3B, 6 R, 6 RBI, 3 SB) in six games. 2012: Began his career with Great Falls in the Pioneer League... Led the team in hits (74), triples (5), walks (43), stolen bases (19), runs scored (49), and games played (69)... Named a Pioneer League Post-Season All-Star. AWARDS & HONORS: Pioneer League Post-Season All-Star (2012)... South Atlantic League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2013)... Topps Class-A All- Star (2013)... Southern League Championship Series Most Valuable Player (2013)... MiLB.com Chicago White Sox Organization All-Star (2013, 2015)... SiriusXM MLB All-Star Futures Game Selection (2014)... International League Player of the Week (7/19/15). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Chicago White Sox in the ninth round of the 2012 June draft out of Indiana University (Bloomington, IN)... Traded by the White Sox to the Los Angeles Dodgers along with RHP Frankie Montas and LF Trayce Thompson as part of a three-team trade that acquired INF Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati Reds, Dodgers sent INF Brandon Dixon, INF Jose Peraza and OF Scott Schebler to the Reds (12/16/15)... Traded by the Dodgers to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for a PTBNL or cash (1/13/17). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (8x, last: 9/5/16, OMA) HR: 2 (6/21/15, CHA vs. IND) RBI: 4 (3x, last: 6/28/14, GWN) R: 4 (5/9/13, ASH) SB: 4 (2x, last: 5/9/13, ASH) 32 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

35 SEAN KAZMAR JR. - INFIELDER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 5-9 / 180 BORN: August 5, 1984 in Valdosta, GA (Opening Day Age: 32) PRO SEASON: 14th MLB DEBUT: 8/13/08 with SD MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on November 17, KAZMAR S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2004 Eugene (SS-A) Fort Wayne (A) Fort Wayne (A) Lake Elsinore (Adv-A) San Antonio (AA) Lake Elsinore (Adv-A) San Antonio (AA) SAN DIEGO (MLB) Portland (AAA) Portland (AAA) Tacoma (AAA) Buffalo (AAA) Binghamton (AA) Gwinnett (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: KAZMAR S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Played in 93 games for Gwinnett in 2016, batting.263 (86-for-327, 16 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 35 R, 37 RBI, 1 SB). Named G-Braves Most Competitive Player for 2016 was his third straight year winning the award (2014, 2015). Homered in his first at-bat of 2016, a three-run shot off former G-Braves RHP Todd Redmond on 4/9 at Norfolk. Reached base safely in 21 consecutive IL games from 9/1/15-4/24/16, batting.310 (22-for-71, 4 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 11 R, 15 RBI) in that span. Posted a pair of season-best 9-game hitting streaks, 4/9-4/19 (.278, 10-for-36, 2B, 2 HR, 6 R, 9 RBI) and 5/18-6/7 (.421, 16-for-38, 5 2B, 3B, 8 R, 5 RBI). Batted season-best.339 (21-for-62, 5 2B, 3B, 9 R, 8 RBI) in 16 games in May. Hit an inside-the-park three-run homer (#3) on 7/26 vs. Indianapolis and matched a season high with three RBI. Defensively, posted a.989 fielding percentage (4 errors/358 TC) in 78 games with Gwinnett (25 at 1B, 19 at 2B, 11 at 3B, 23 at SS) combined on 50 double plays. In eight Governors Cup playoff games, batted a team-best.387 (12-for-31, 2 2B, 3 HR, 6 R, 8 RBI). Led all IL playoff hitters in HR, RBI and extra-base hits (5) also ranked in Top 5 in hits (T-1st), runs (T-1st), slugging percentage (2nd,.742), doubles (T-2nd) and batting (3rd). On 9/10 vs. Columbus, he matched the Gwinnett playoff record for single-game hits with four (4-for-4, HR, R, 2 RBI), equaling mark set by Mel Rojas Jr. on 9/9 vs. Columbus. Belted IL-leading third playoff homer on 9/13 at Scranton/WB, a three-run shot off LHP Jordan Montgomery in Gwinnett s 7-4 Game 1 victory (3-for-5, HR, 2 R, 3 RBI). Through four seasons with Gwinnett ( ), batting.267 (328-for-1228, 76 2B, 9 3B, 13 HR, 148 R, 138 RBI, 14 SB) in 361 games ranks among G-Braves career leaders in doubles (1st), games played (2nd), at-bats (2nd), hits (3rd), triples (T-3rd) and RBI (5th). KAZMAR S CAREER NOTES 2015: In his third season with Gwinnett, batted.280 in 106 games... Led team in doubles and runs scored (53), ranked second in games and third in multi-hit efforts (29)... Ranked among IL leaders in lowest TPA/SO ratio (4th, 10.87) and triples (T-7th)... Posted a season-best 11-game hitting streak from 4/11-5/16, batting.415 (17-for-41, 4 2B, 3B, 8 R, 2 RBI, SB)... Recorded a season-best 17-game on-base streak from 4/11-5/23, batting.343 (23-for-67, 5 2B, 3B, 11 R, 3 RBI)... Reached safely in 20-straight home games from 4/11-6/7, batting.361 (26-for-72, 6 2B, 3B, 12 R, 4 RBI)... Started a triple play from third base on 8/7 vs. Buffalo, the second triple play in G-Braves history... Played all four infield positions, compiling a.990 fielding percentage (5 errors/487 total chances). 2014: In his second season with Gwinnett, batted a career-best.297 in 67 games... Hit.355 (39-for-110) with eight doubles, a triple, two home runs and 17 RBI in 31 games at Coolray Field... Batted.371 (26-for-70) with 10 doubles, a triple and 13 RBI against left-handed pitchers... Opened the season hot, batting.344 (11-for-32) with three doubles, a triple and six RBI in 11 games in April... Placed on the Gwinnett disabled list on 5/20 with a left hand fracture, activated on 7/8... Enjoyed his best game of the season on 9/1 at Charlotte, going 2-for-5 with two homers and four RBI... Posted a.985 fielding percentage in games at second base (13), third base (29) and shortstop (24). 2013: In first season with the Atlanta Braves organization, batted. 228 (62-for-272) in 95 games with Gwinnett... Tallied at least one RBI in six straight games from 4/9-4/14, batting.380 (8-for-21) with nine RBI... Recorded his 1,000th career minor league hit on 9/2 at Charlotte... Played three positions with Gwinnett, including shortstop KAZMAR JR GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 33

36 (79 games), second base (9 games) and third base (4 games). 2012: Hit a combined.223 (50-for-246) with four homers and 23 RBI between Double-A Binghamton and Triple-A Buffalo of the New York Mets organization. KAZMAR S CAREER NOTES 2006: Spent the entire season with Advanced-A Lake Elsinore... Set career highs in games (133), home runs (13), triples (5), runs (86), RBI (72) and stolen bases (10)... Led the team in games, runs and home runs, was second in hits... Drove in a season-high five RBI on 5/6 vs. Lancaster (3-for-6, HR)... Hit.271 (75-for-277) with nine homers and 46 RBI after the All-Star break. KAZMAR JR. 2011: Spent the entire season with Triple-A Tacoma of the Seattle Mariners organization Played in 127 games, starting 84 at shortstop and 42 at second base Ranked among team leaders in games (2nd), doubles (2nd, 29), hits (3rd, 117) and triples (3rd, 3). 2010: Played for Triple-A Portland of the San Diego Padres organization... Recorded a career-high 137 hits... Ranked second on the club in hits, doubles (23), games played (130) and total bases (190)... Collected his first career multi-homer game on 7/10 at Sacramento (2-for-5, GS, season-high 5 RBI)... Notched a career-high five hits (5-for-5, solo HR) on 8/29 at Tacoma... With the bases loaded, hit.417 (7-for-15) with two grand slams... Saw action at shortstop (83 games), second base (42 games) and outfield (2 games). 2005: Played in 125 games with Class-A Fort Wayne... Led the club in hits (125) and doubles (26), finished second in home runs (10) and third in RBI (48)... Started all 125 games at second base... Hit.296 (21-for-71) with five doubles, one home run and eight RBI in April...In August, hit.299 (26-for-87) with five home runs and 13 RBI... Earned the Midwest League Player of the Week award for 8/8-8/14 after hitting.523 (11-for-21) with three home runs and five RBI... Hit.286 (99-for-346) with nine homers and 39 RBI against right-handed pitchers. 2004: Split professional debut between Short-A Eugene and Class-A Fort Wayne... Combined to hit.249 with six home runs and 29 RBI... Finished second on the Emeralds in doubles (13) and third in RBI (27) Promoted to Fort Wayne on 9/ : Made his Triple-A debut with Portland... Played in 114 games, hitting Posted a 10-game hitting streak from 5/13-5/24, batting.375 (13-for-32) in that span... Went 4-for-5 with three runs scored and three RBI on 6/29 at Colorado Springs... Hit season-best.311 (19-for-61) with 14 RBI in June. 2008: Began the season with Double-A San Antonio, hitting.264 with 21 doubles, three home runs and 39 RBI in 111 games... Called up to the Major Leagues on 8/12... Made his Major League debut with San Diego on 8/13 vs. Milwaukee, went 1-for-2 with a single off C.C. Sabathia in his first at-bat... Went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI on 9/7 at Milwaukee... In 19 MLB games, hit.205 (8-for-39) with two RBI. 2007: Split the season between Double-A San Antonio and Advanced-A Lake Elsinore Combined to hit.240 (113- for-470) with nine home runs and 57 RBI in 125 games Put together a 13-game hitting streak with Lake Elsinore from 8/3-8/16, batting.321 (18-for-56). AWARDS & HONORS: Midwest League Player of the Week (8/14/05)... Gwinnett Braves Most Competitive Player (2014, 2015, 2016). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the San Diego Padres in the fifth round of the 2004 June free agent draft out of the College of Southern Nevada (Henderson, NV)... Signed by the Seattle Mariners as a minor league free agent (11/17/10)... Signed by the New York Mets as a minor league free agent (1/10/12)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (1/19/13)... Re-signed with Atlanta (11/12/14, 12/11/15, 11/17/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (2x, last: 8/29/10, TAC) HR: 2 (3x, last: 9/1/14, CHA) RBI: 5 (3x, last: 7/10/10, SAC) R: 4 (2x, last: 8/26/10, TAC) SB: 2 (2x, last: 7/12/07, LE vs. LNC) PICTURED: Sean Kazmar Jr. played all four infield positions for Gwinnett in 2016, posting a.989 fielding percentage in 78 games. (Taylor Botta / Gwinnett Braves) 34 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

37 STEVEN KENT - PITCHER B/T: Left / Left HT/WT: 6-0 / 200 BORN: May 8, 1989 in Canberra, Australia (Opening Day Age: 27) PRO SEASON: 10th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on January 20, KENT S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2006 GCL Braves (Rk) / GCL Braves (Rk) / Danville (Rk) / Did Not Play (Injured) 2010 Rome (A) / Canberra (AUS) Rome (A) / Canberra (AUS) Canberra (AUS) Did Not Play 2014 Canberra (AUS) Canberra (AUS) Mississippi (AA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / Minor League Totals: / Australian Totals: KENT S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Started once for Australia during the World Baseball Classic qualifiers, on 2/11 vs. Philippines (W, 6.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 7 SO in 11-1 victory). Opened the year on Double-A Mississippi s seven-day disabled list activated on 4/18. Went 2-3 with a 3.36 ERA, seven holds and two saves in 41 relief outings with the M-Braves stranded 20-of-31 inherited runners. In 19 home games with Mississippi, was 2-0 with a 1.30 ERA (4 ER in 27.2 IP) and one save (1-for-2). Was 2-2 with a 1.82 ERA (6 ER in 29.2 IP) in 22 outings after the Double-A All-Star break, including 1-2 with a 1.54 ERA (2 ER in 11.2 IP) in nine games in July. Promoted to Gwinnett on 9/1 and made his Triple-A debut on 9/2 vs. Durham (1.0 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 BB, 0 SO). Pitched once in relief during the Governors Cup Playoffs, going 0-0 with a 4.50 ERA (1 ER in 2.0 IP). Following the season, pitched for Canberra of the Australian Baseball League, going 0-1 with a 2.08 ERA (4 ER in 17.1 IP) and seven saves (7-for-9) in 14 relief appearances. Pitched for Australia in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 1.0 IP) in one outing. KENT S CAREER NOTES 2015: Made 14 starts for Canberra of the Australian Baseball League, going 6-4 with a 3.04 ERA. 2014: Appeared in just five games with Canberra, going 0-0 with a ERA. 2013: Did not play. four consecutive outings (7.1 IP) from 7/18-8/1... Threw 6.0 scoreless, two-hit innings for the win in his season finale on 8/24 at Burlington. 2007: Went 3-2 with a 3.86 ERA in 13 games (10 starts) with the GCL Braves... Ranked among Braves organization leaders in WHIP (7th, 1.14) and BAA (10th,.241). KENT 2012: Went 1-1 with a 2.45 ERA in 17 relief outings with Canberra of the Australian Baseball League... Signed by the Kansas City Royals on 1/18, but was released on 3/ : Began the year with Class-A Rome and went 1-4 with a 7.77 ERA in 12 games (8 starts)... Held opposing left-handers to a.228 average (13-for-57, 1 HR)... Released by Atlanta on 6/10... Logged 20 relief outings with Canberra, going 5-1 with a 3.26 ERA and six saves. 2010: Returned from injury and went 2-0 with a 0.69 ERA and one save in 19 games (3 starts) with Class-A Rome... Posted a.180 BAA (27-for-150, 1 HR)... Following the season, made his Australian League debut with Canberra, going 0-3 with a ERA in six starts. 2009: Missed the entire season due to injury. 2008: Pitched for Rookie-level Danville, going 1-0 with a 3.68 ERA in 12 games (3 starts)... Did not allow a run over 2006: Made his professional debut in the Gulf Coast League, going 1-4 with a 4.00 ERA in 11 games (6 starts). MISC: Attended Gold Creek High School in Australia... Resides in Amaroo, Australia. TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a non-drafted free agent on 7/11/05... Signed by the Kansas City Royals as a minor league free agent on 1/18/12... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on 1/20/16. SINGLE-GAME AFFILIATED CAREER HIGHS IP: 7.0 (3x, last: 4/30/11, ROM vs. HAG) SO: 7 (4/30/11, ROM vs. HAG) BB: 4 (6/24/08, PRI) H: 10 (4/25/11, ROM vs. ASH) ER: 8 (4/25/11, ROM vs. ASH) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 35

38 ADAM KOLAREK - PITCHER B/T: Left / Left HT/WT: 6-3 / 205 BORN: January 14, 1989 in Baltimore, MD (Opening Day Age: 28) PRO SEASON: 8th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on November 19, KOLAREK KOLAREK S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2010 Kingsport (Rk) / Brooklyn (SS-A) / St. Lucie (Adv-A) / Savannah (A) / Binghamton (AA) / St. Lucie (Adv-A) / Las Vegas (AAA) / Binghamton (AA) / Binghamton (AA) / Binghamton (AA) / Montgomery (AA) / Durham (AAA) / Minor League Totals: / KOLAREK S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Selected by Tampa Bay from the Baltimore Orioles in the Triple-A phase of the 2015 Rule 5 Draft. Opened the season with Double-A Montgomery in his first season in the Rays organization. Went 2-1 with a 3.75 ERA (5 ER in 12.0 IP) over nine relief appearances for the Biscuits between 4/8-5/4. Promoted to Triple-A Durham on 5/7. Posted a 2.70 ERA (9 ER in 30.0 IP) with one save in 24 relief outings in his first stint with Durham from 5/7-7/16. Assigned to Montgomery on 7/16 and went 1-1 with a 2.57 ERA (2 ER in 7.0 IP) in four games in July. Promoted back to Durham on 8/3 and posted a 3.97 ERA (5 ER in 11.1 IP) over his final 10 games. Signed with Atlanta on 11/19, invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for KOLAREK S CAREER NOTES 2015: Spent the entire season with Double-A Binghamton of the New York Mets organization... Finished fifth in the Eastern League in games pitched (51)... Posted a 0.79 ERA (1 ER in 11.1 IP) in 11 outings during the month of July... Made his first start since 2011 on 8/25 vs. Erie. 2014: With Binghamton, went 1-2 with a 6.07 ERA and two saves... His 48 outings were tied for the team lead... Ranked tied for third in the Eastern League with 11 holds... Went 1-0 with a 0.75 ERA (1 ER in 12.0 IP) and a.186 BAA (8-for-43) in 11 outings in May. Combined to post a 1.11 ERA (4 ER in 32.1 IP) over 13 appearances between June and July, including four saves and five wins... Made his first professional start on 8/5 at Charleston (ND, 2.2 IP, 6 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 1 SO). 2010: Made his professional debut with five games for Rookie-level Kingsport... Promoted to Short-A Brooklyn on 7/8 and spent the rest of season there... Earned his first career win on 8/6 vs. Batavia (2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R)... Recorded his first career save on 8/12 at Auburn (3.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER)... Finished second on the team in lowest BAA (.168). 2013: Spent the majority of the season in Binghamton, ranking second on the team in holds (10)... Promoted to Triple-A Las Vegas on 4/15 and pitched in two games before being sent back to Binghamton on 4/20... Posted a 1.09 ERA (3 ER in 24.2 IP) in 18 games after the All-Star break... Did not allow an earned run in seven games (12.1 IP) in June... Went 1-1 with a 0.75 ERA (1 ER in 12.0 IP) in nine outings in August. 2012: Named a Florida State League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star with Advanced-A St. Lucie... Tallied a career-high 18 saves, fifth-most in the FSL... Went 1-1 with a 1.99 ERA (7 ER in 31.2 IP) and 10 saves in 25 firsthalf outings... Pitched a scoreless relief inning with two strikeouts for the South squad in the FSL All-Star Game on 6/16 in Port Charlotte, FL... Promoted to Binghamton on 7/27... Pitched in six games for the B-Mets before being sent back to St. Lucie on 8/14... Had a career-high 11.1 SO/9.0 IP ratio between the two levels... Following the season, named a MiLB.com Mets Organization All-Star. 2011: Opened the season with St. Lucie... Transferred to Class-A Savannah on 5/29... Notched a career-high seven wins and converted five-of-six save opportunities... MISC: Father, Frank, played as a catcher in the Oakland Athletics minor league system from AWARDS & HONORS: Florida State League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2012)... MiLB.com New York Mets organization All-Star (2012). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the New York Mets in the 11th round of the 2010 June draft out of the University of Maryland (College Park, MD)... Signed by the Baltimore Orioles as a minor league free agent (10/23/15)... Selected by the Tampa Bay Rays in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 Draft (12/10/15)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (11/19/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 5.0 (2x, last: 8/12/11, SAV vs. GVL) SO: 8 (7/4/10, GRN) BB: 5 (7/31/16, MTG vs. JXN) H: 6 (8/5/11, CSC) ER: 5 (2x, last: 9/1/14, RIC) 36 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

39 KYLE KUBITZA - INFIELDER B/T: Left / Right HT/WT: 6-3 / 210 BORN: July 15, 1990 in Arlington, TX (Opening Day Age: 26) PRO SEASON: 7th MLB DEBUT: 6/10/15 with LAA MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Claimed by the Atlanta Braves off waivers from the Texas Rangers on August 12, KUBITZA S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2011 Danville (Rk) Rome (A) Lynchburg (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Salt Lake (AAA) LA ANGELS (MLB) Salt Lake (AAA) Round Rock (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: KUBITZA S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened with Triple-A Salt Lake in the Los Angeles Angels organization, batting.253 in 54 games. Traded by the Angels to the Texas Rangers in exchange for cash considerations on 6/21. Assigned to Triple-A Round Rock in the Rangers organization, where he hit.182 in 44 games. Designated for assignment by Texas on 8/10 claimed by the Atlanta Braves off waivers from the Rangers on 8/12 and optioned to Gwinnett...batted.157 in 20 games with the G-Braves to finish the season. In his first at-bat with Gwinnett on 8/13 vs. Louisville, smacked a pinch-hit RBI triple and later scored in a come-frombehind 7-6 victory (1-for-1, 3B, R, RBI). Notched his lone multi-hit, multi-rbi effort with the G-Braves on 8/17 at Charlotte (2-for-5, R, 2 RBI). Defensively, posted a.984 fielding percentage (1 error/61 TC) in 17 games with Gwinnett (4 at 1B, 5 at 3B, 8 at OF). In six Governors Cup playoff games, batted.200 (2-for-10, 2B, R, SB). KUBITZA S CAREER NOTES 2015: Split the season between Triple-A Salt Lake and the Los Angeles Angels... Batted.271 in 117 games with the Bees, leading the Pacific Coast League in doubles (43)... Recalled by the Angels on 6/10 and made his Major League debut that night as the starting third baseman vs. Tampa Bay (2-for-3)... In three total stints in the Majors, batted.194 with an RBI... Played 13 games at third, two at second and two in left field for Los Angeles. the Appalachian league in batting (.321)... Selected by the Braves as Danville s Player of the Month for August (.382, 21-for-55, 13 RBIs in 14 games). MISC: Was teammates with Arizona s Paul Goldschmidt in 2009 at Texas State University... His brother Austin was drafted by Detroit in the fourth round in 2013 out of Rice University. KUBITZA 2014: With Double-A Mississippi of the Atlanta Braves system, set career highs in runs scored (76), hits (130), doubles (31), triples (11), total bases (207) and stolen bases (20)... Led the Southern League in on-base percentage (.405)... Was the SL s Player of the Week for 7/7... Following the season, named a Braves Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. 2013: Tabbed by Baseball America as the Best Infield Arm in the Braves organization... With Advanced-A Lynchburg, set career highs in games (132), runs (75), hits (113), doubles (28), home runs (12) and total bases (189)... Homered twice on 5/28 vs. Myrtle Beach (2-for-3, 2 RBIs)... Named the Carolina League s Player of the Week twice, on 6/17 and 8/5... Following the season, named a Braves Organization All-Star by MiLB.com... Appeared in 19 games with Scottsdale of the Arizona Fall League, batting.305 (18-for-59). 2012: Spent the entire season with Class-A Rome, leading the club in games (128), at-bats (531) and triples (9)... Also led all Braves farmhands in triples... Ranked second on the club in RBIs (59) and third in homers (9)... Named the South Atlantic League Player of the Week for 4/ : Made his professional debut with Rookie-level Danville... Ranked second in the Braves system and third in AWARDS & HONORS: South Atlantic League Player of the Week (4/23/12)... Carolina League Player of the Week (6/17/13, 8/5/13)... MiLB.com Atlanta Organization All- Star (2013, 2014)... Southern League Player of the Week (7/7/14). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the third round of the 2011 June draft out of Texas State University (San Marcos, TX)... Traded by the Braves to the Los Angeles Angels in exchange for RHP Nate Hyatt and LHP Ricardo Sanchez (1/8/15)... Traded by the Angels to the Texas Rangers in exchange for cash considerations (6/21/16)... Claimed by the Atlanta Braves off waivers from the Rangers (8/12/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (3x, last: 4/16/15, FRE) HR: 2 (2x, last: 4/26/14, PNS) RBI: 4 (6x, last: 6/5/14, MIS vs. CHA) R: 3 (13x, last: 4/28/16, SL vs. SAC) SB: 3 (2x, last: 4/29/16, SL vs. SAC) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 37

40 BLAKE LALLI - CATCHER B/T: Left / Right HT/WT: 6-1 / 210 BORN: May 12, 1983 in Pittsburgh, PA (Opening Day Age: 33) PRO SEASON: 12th MLB DEBUT: 5/18/12 with CHC MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on October 16, LALLI LALLI S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2006 Boise (SS-A) Peoria (A) Peoria (A) Peoria (A) Tennessee (AA) Daytona (Adv-A) Tennessee (AA) Tennessee (AA) Tennessee (AA) CHI. CUBS (MLB) Iowa (AAA) Sacramento (AAA) MILWAUKEE (MLB) Nashville (AAA) Reno (AAA) Reno (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) ATLANTA (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: LALLI S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Played in 109 games for Gwinnett, batting.256 (89-for-348, 22 2B, HR, 28 R, 36 RBI, SB). Also pitched three times in relief, going 1-0 with a 3.00 ERA (1 ER in 3.0 IP) earned his second career win on 6/21 vs. Indianapolis (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB in 8-7 win). Blasted his lone homer of the season on 6/25 vs. Charlotte, a solo shot off RHP Matt Lollis (2-for-3, 2 R, RBI). Led the IL in batting after the Triple-A All-Star Break, hitting.350 (48-for-137, 14 2B, 13 R, 19 RBI, SB) in 41 games. Matched a single-game career high with four hits on 8/16 at Charlotte (4-for-4, 2B, R, RBI). Tallied a season-high four RBI (#33-36) in the IL South-clinching 6-2 win on 9/5 at Charlotte (2-for-4, 2B). Posted a.990 fielding percentage (8 errors/803 TC) in 108 games with Gwinnett (60 at 1B, 45 at C, 3 at P) recorded a.319 caught stealing percentage (15-for-47). In four Governors Cup playoff games, all in the Semifinal Series vs. Columbus, batted.533 (8-for-15, 2 R, 2 RBI). In Gwinnett s Semifinal Series-clinching Game 4 win vs. Columbus on 9/10, notched a last at-bat GWRBI with an 8th-inning sacrifice fly for a 5-4 victory (2-for-3, 2 RBI). Had his contract selected by Atlanta on 9/11 batted.154 (2-for-13, 2B, RBI) in 10 MLB games. Invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for : Played in 81 games for Triple-A Reno of the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, batting.260 with 10 doubles, three homers and 30 RBI... Hit.309 (29-for-94) after the All-Star break, compared to.230 (35-for-152) prior to the break... Pitched once, on 6/30 at Albuquerque (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 SO)... Went on an eight-game hit streak from 8/5-8/17, batting.444 (12-for-27) with a homer and five RBI... Posted a.998 fielding percentage (1 error/494 total chances) in 71 games, including 68 at catcher... Threw out 26.4% (23-of-87) of attempting base stealers. 2014: Spent the season with Reno, appearing in 93 games... Hit.275 with 17 doubles, three home runs and 27 RBI... Batted.298 (76-for-255) against right-handed pitchers... Pitched once, 5/1 at Las Vegas (0.1 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 ER)... Had a nine-game hitting streak from 5/7-5/23... Notched a season-high four hits on 8/10 vs. Sacramento (4-for-5, 2B, HR, 2 R, 2 RBI)... Threw out 41.0% (28-of-69) of attempting base stealers, third best in the Pacific Coast League... Following the season, named an Arizona Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. LALLI S CAREER NOTES and batted.125 with two RBI in 16 games... Optioned back to Nashville on 5/16 and spent the remainder of the season with the Sounds... Batted.282 with 14 doubles, 11 homers and 35 RBI in 82 total games for Nashville... Went 3-for-5 with two home runs and a season-high four RBI on 5/23 at Tacoma... Batted a season-best.354 (29-for-82) with three homers and 12 RBI in 20 games in August... Ended the season on a nine-game hitting streak from 8/21-9/1, batting.395 (15-for-38). 2012: Combined to bat.256 (81-for-316) with 20 doubles, eight home runs and 41 RBI in 97 games between Triple-A Iowa (Chicago Cubs) and Triple-A Sacramento (Oakland Athletics)... Had his contract selected by the Cubs on 5/18 and made his Major League debut that day vs. the Chicago White Sox (0-for-1)... Picked up his first MLB hit on 5/21 at Houston, a two-run single off Wilton Lopez... Optioned back to Iowa on 5/29... Overall with I-Cubs, batted.259 with 20 doubles, seven homers and 40 RBI... Also pitched once, 4/21 vs. Memphis (0.2 IP, 1 H, 1 ER)... Batted.200 with a homer and one RBI in four games with Sacramento. 2013: Opened with Triple-A Nashville in the Milwaukee Brewers organization... Purchased by the Brewers on 4/9 2011: In his third season with Double-A Tennessee, batted.287 with 22 doubles, nine homers and 52 RBI... Earned 38 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

41 a trip to the Southern League All-Star Game for the third straight year after batting.299 (49-for-164) with seven homers and 28 RBI in the first half... Went 1-for-2 with a run scored and an RBI in the All-Star Game... Homered twice on 5/30 at Huntsville (2-for-4, 2 R, 2 RBI)... Went 4-for-4 with three doubles and two RBI on 7/24 vs. Carolina... Caught 27.7% (13-of-47) of attempting base stealers... Also pitched once, 6/19 vs. Chattanooga (0.1 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 1 HR). LALLI S CAREER NOTES with four homers and 33 RBI... Hit.317 (26-for-82) with season highs in homers (2) and RBI (13) in 21 games in July... Pitched six times in relief, going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 4.0 IP), no walks and three strikeouts. 2006: Began his professional career with Short-A Boise, going 0-for-7 in three games... Elevated to Peoria, where he hit.191 over 22 games... Picked up his first pro hit on 6/25 at Quad Cities (1-for-4). 2010: Played his second straight full season with Tennessee, hitting.311 with 23 doubles, four homers and 52 RBI... Established new career highs in games (130), atbats (453) and hits (141)... Batted.301 (88-for-292) with three homers and 35 RBI in the first half, earning a second consecutive trip to the Southern League All-Star Game (1- for-3, RBI)... Went on a season-best 12-game hit streak from 7/26-8/8... Batted.371 (36-for-97) with 11 RBI over 28 games in August. MISC: Attended Gardner-Webb University and earned First-Team All-Atlantic Sun Conference honors twice (2005, 2006)... Became the first GWU product to reach the Majors when he debuted with the Cubs in AWARDS & HONORS: Southern League Mid-Season All- Star (2009, 2010, 2011)... Southern League Post-Season All-Star (2009)... MiLB.com Arizona Organization All-Star (2014). LALLI 2009: In his first full season at Double-A Tennessee, batted.314 with 25 doubles, five homers and 52 RBI in 118 games... Also pitched four times, going 0-1 with a 6.00 ERA (2 ER in 3.0 IP)... Selected to the Southern League All-Star Game after batting.300 (66-for-220) with three homers and 23 RBI before the break... In the second half, hit.333 (51-for-153) with two homers and 29 RBI... Named a SL Post-Season All-Star. 2008: Batted.326 (130-for-399) with career highs in doubles (38), homers (11) and RBI (70) in 111 games between Class-A Peoria, Advanced-A Daytona and Tennessee... Posted an 11-game hit streak from 6/10-6/23, batting.381 (16-for-42) with four home runs and nine RBI... Went 3-for-4 with a grand slam off Jeremy Hellickson on 7/24 vs. Montgomery... Also made six relief appearances, going 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA (1 ER in 6.0 IP)... Earned his first professional win on 8/18 vs. Jupiter (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 SO). 2007: Played the entire season with Peoria, batting.295 TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Chicago Cubs as an amateur free agent on 5/22/06 out of Gardner-Webb University (Boiling Springs, NC)... Traded by the Cubs to the Oakland Athletics in exchange for C Anthony Recker (8/27/12)... Signed by the Milwaukee Brewers as a minor league free agent (11/14/12)... Signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks as a minor league free agent (10/28/13)... Re-signed with Arizona (11/26/14)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (1/26/16)... Resigned by Atlanta (10/16/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (4x, last: 8/16/16, CHA) HR: 2 (4x, last: 7/27/13, OMA) RBI: 4 (7x, last: 9/5/16, CHA) R: 3 (4x, last: 8/11/14, REN vs. SAC) SB: 1 (5x, last: 8/7/16, DUR) PICTURED: Blake Lalli posted a.991 fielding percentage in 45 games behind the plate for Gwinnett in (Chris Roughgarden / Gwinnett Braves) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 39

42 EMERSON LANDONI - INFIELDER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 5-11 / 189 BORN: February 19, 1989 in Maracay, Venezuela (Opening Day Age: 28) PRO SEASON: 11th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 20, LANDONI LANDONI S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2006 VSL DET/FLA (Rk) Did Not Play 2008 GCL Yankees (Rk) GCL Yankees (Rk) Staten Island (SS-A) Tampa (Adv-A) Charleston (A) Tampa (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Lynchburg (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Lynchburg (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Lynchburg (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Mississippi (AA) Gwinnett (AAA) Minor League Totals: LANDONI S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened at Double-A Mississippi, batting.222 (8-for-36, 2B, 3 R, 5 RBI) in 14 games promoted to Gwinnett on 5/2. On his Triple-A debut with the G-Braves, batted.261 (29-for-111, 4 2B, 10 R, 5 RBI, SB) in 49 games. Also pitched twice in relief for Gwinnett, on 8/6 at Durham (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 SO) and 9/2 vs. Durham (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 1 SO). Recorded hits in seven of his first 10 Triple-A games from 5/2-5/22, batting.303 (10-for-33, 2B, 4 R, 2 RBI, SB). Defensively, posted a.963 fielding percentage (4 errors/109 TC) and one outfield assist in 43 games with Gwinnett (3 at 1B, 19 at 2B, 10 at 3B, 2 at SS, 7 at OF, 2 at P). Was active on Gwinnett s Governors Cup Playoff roster, but did not play placed on the disabled list on 9/13. Following the season, played for Anzoategui of the Venezuelan Winter League...batted.186 (11-for-59) in 20 games. 2015: Named Mississippi s Player of the Year by Atlanta after leading the club in average (.297), hits (122), doubles (23), runs (53) and total bases (153)... Finished in the Top 10 among Braves prospects in doubles (T-4th, 23), hits (T-5th, 122), average (9th,.297) and runs (10th, 53)... His average ranked seventh in the Southern League... Named SL Player of the Week for 7/6-7/12 after batting.556 (15-for-27, 5 2B, 3B, 5 RBI) in six games... Notched hits in 10 straight at-bats with back-to-back five-hit games on 7/12 and 7/13 at Chattanooga... Hit.339 (79-for-233) in 59 games after the All-Star break... Played 36 games for Anzoategui of the VWL, batting.261 (30-for-115). LANDONI S CAREER NOTES R, 1 HB, 1 SO). 2010: Spent the entire season with Class-A Charleston, batting.280 in 84 games... Went a perfect 5-for-5 (4 R, 3 RBI, 2 SB) on 6/16 vs. Augusta. 2009: Across three levels of the Yankees system, batted.217 (23-for-106, 2B, 3B, 12 RBI, 4 SB) in 38 games. 2008: Hit.310 in 36 games with the GCL Yankees, his first professional action since being released by the Florida Marlins on 5/18/ : Between Mississippi and Advanced-A Lynchburg, hit.270 (99-for-366, 12 2B, 2 HR, 33 RBI) in 111 games... Batted.361 (22-for-73) in June... Played in 21 games for Anzoategui of the VWL, batting.281 (9-for-32). 2013: Combined to bat.284 (76-for-268, 15 2B, 3 3B, 3 HR, 26 RBI) in 81 games with Mississippi and Lynchburg... Homered twice on 6/30 at Myrtle Beach (2-for-3, 3 RBI). 2012: In his first season with the Braves organization, batted.220 (46-for-209, 6 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 20 RBI) in 71 games between Mississippi and Lynchburg... Logged three games for Anzoategui of the VWL, batting.250 (1-for-4). 2011: With Advanced-A Tampa of the New York Yankees organization, hit.254 in 83 games... Also pitched once in relief, earning the win on 7/29 vs. Charlotte (2.0 IP, 1 H, 0 AWARDS & HONORS: Southern League Player of the Week (7/13/15)... Mississippi Braves Player of the Year (2015). TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Florida Marlins as a non-drafted free agent (12/1/06)... Signed by the New York Yankees as a minor league free agent (10/18/07)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (12/20/11). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (3x, last: 7/13/15, CHA) HR: 2 (6/30/13, MB) RBI: 4 (2x, last: 9/4/10, CHA vs. GBO) R: 4 (2x, last: 7/12/15, CHA) SB: 3 (6/7/06, VSL DET/FLA vs. VSL STL) 40 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

43 A.J. MINTER - PITCHER B/T: Left / Left HT/WT: 6-0 / 205 BORN: September 2, 1993 in Tyler, TX (Opening Day Age: 23) PRO SEASON: 2nd MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Selected by the Braves in Competitive Balance Round B of the 2015 June draft out of Texas A&M University (College Station, TX). MINTER S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2016 Rome (A) / Carolina (Adv-A) / Mississippi (AA) / Minor League Totals: / MINTER S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Made his professional debut, going 1-0 with a 1.30 ERA (5 ER in 34.2 IP) and two saves (2-for-3) in 31 relief outings between Class-A Rome, Advanced-A Carolina and Double-A Mississippi. Held opponents to a.149 average (18-for-121, 0 HR) across the three levels. Debuted on 5/5 with Rome (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 SO) after recovering from March 2015 Tommy John surgery. Earned his first professional save on 5/12 at Hickory (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 SO in 3-0 win). Promoted to Carolina on 5/19 and to Mississippi on 7/2. Did not allow a run over his first 18.0 innings between Rome, Carolina and Mississippi...saw his scoreless streak snapped on 7/9 at Mobile (1.0 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO). Struck out 10 straight batters over four outings with the M-Braves from 7/12-7/22. Claimed the first win of his pro career on 8/12 at Jacksonville (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 2 SO in 2-1 win). Four of his five earned runs for the season came in just one outing, 8/24 at Biloxi (0.2 IP, 2 H, 4 R, 4 ER). Made three relief appearances during the Southern League Playoffs, going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 3.1 IP) and one save (1-for-1)...retired all 10 batters he faced, including four via strikeout. Entering 2017, is ranked the Braves No. 22 prospect by MLB.com. Invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for MINTER S CAREER NOTES 2015: Following his selection by the Braves, did not see action as the result of March Tommy John surgery. MISC: At Texas A&M, went 5-0 with a 2.00 ERA (13 ER in 58.1 IP) over 56 appearances (4 starts) for his career... Moved to the starting rotation for his junior season in 2015 and went 2-0 with a 0.43 ERA (1 ER in 21.0 IP) over four starts prior to injury... Following his sophomore season, made nine relief appearances for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team, going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA and 10 strikeouts in 12.1 innings. TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the Competitive Balance Round B (75th overall) of the 2015 June draft out of Texas A&M University (College Station, TX). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 2.0 (2x, last: 5/22/16, WIL) SO: 4 (5/22/16, WIL) BB: 2 (3x, last: 8/31/16, CHA) H: 2 (4x, last: 8/24/16, BLX) ER: 4 (8/24/16, BLX) MINTER GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 41

44 AKEEL MORRIS - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-1 / 195 BORN: November 14, 1992 in St. Thomas, VI (Opening Day Age: 24) PRO SEASON: 8th MLB DEBUT: 6/17/15 w/nym MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the New York Mets in exchange for 2B Kelly Johnson and cash on June 8, MAN MORRIS MORRIS S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2010 GCL Mets (Rk) / Kingsport (Rk) / Kingsport (Rk) / Brooklyn (SS-A) / Savannah (A) / St. Lucie (Adv-A) / NY METS (MLB) / Binghamton (AA) / Binghamton (AA) / Mississippi (AA) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / MORRIS S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Entered the season ranked the New York Mets No. 17 prospect by MLB.com. Combined to go 5-3 with a 3.25 ERA (22 ER in 61.0 IP) and six saves (6-for-10) over 47 relief outings between Double-A Binghamton (Mets) and Double-A Mississippi (Atlanta Braves). Went 2-2 with a 4.62 ERA and six saves in 22 outings with Binghamton...stranded 2-of-3 inherited runners. Posted a 0.82 ERA (1 ER in 11.0 IP) in nine games with the B-Mets in May. Traded by the Mets to the Braves in exchange for 2B Kelly Johnson and cash on 6/8. Assigned to Mississippi, where he went 3-1 with a 2.27 ERA in 25 games...stranded 7-of-8 inherited runners. Recalled by Atlanta on 8/12, but did not pitch before being optioned back to Mississippi on 8/13. Struck out a season-high five batters twice with the M-Braves, on 8/17 vs. Pensacola (2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB) and 8/31 at Chattanooga (2.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB). Held Southern League opponents to a.209 average (27-for-129, 0 HR)...right-handers hit just.171 (14-for-82). Made four relief appearances in the SL Playoffs, going 1-1 with a ERA (7 ER in 4.1 IP). Following the season, pitched for Salt River of the Arizona Fall League, going 2-1 with a 2.89 ERA (3 ER in 9.1 IP) and no saves (0-for-1) in nine relief outings. Enters the 2017 season ranked the Braves No. 28 prospect by MLB.com. MORRIS S CAREER NOTES 2015: Named a Florida State League Mid-Season All-Star after going 0-1 with a 1.69 ERA and 13 saves in 24 games with Advanced-A St. Lucie... Recalled by the Mets on 6/15 and made his Major League debut on 6/17 at Toronto (0.2 IP, 3 H, 5 ER, 1 HR, 3 BB)... Became the 12th player from the Virgin Islands to reach MLB... Optioned to Binghamton on 6/18... Went 0-1 with a 2.45 ERA in 23 games with the B-Mets to finish the year... Following the season, named a Mets Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. 2014: Earned South Atlantic League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star honors with Class-A Savannah... Won the Sterling Award as Savannah s top player... Led SAL relievers in saves (16), strikeouts-per-9.0 IP ratio (14.05) and fewest-baserunners-per-9.0 IP ratio (6.63)... Held opponents to a.103 average (19-for-184, 1 HR)... Posted a 0.00 ERA in April (14.2 IP), June (8.0 IP) and August (11.0 IP)... Named the SAL Pitcher of the Week on 4/14 after going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 6.2 IP) and 14 strikeouts over three outings from 4/4-4/13... Following the season, named a Low Class-A All-Star by Baseball America and a Mets Organization All-Star by MiLB.com... Also earned MiLB.com Fan s Choice Award for Best Relief Pitcher. 2013: Went 4-1 with a 1.00 ERA and one save in 14 games (3 starts) with Short-A Brooklyn. 2012: In his second season with Rookie-level Kingsport, went 0-6 with a 7.98 ERA and two saves in 11 games. 2011: Went 3-2 with a 3.86 ERA in 11 starts for Kingsport... Notched his first career complete game on 8/25 at Pulaski (W, 5.0 IP, 2 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 6 BB, 5 SO). 2010: Made his professional debut with the GCL Mets, going 1-1 with a 2.19 ERA in eight games (6 starts). AWARDS & HONORS: South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week (4/14/14)... South Atlantic League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2014)... MiLB.com Fan s Choice for Best Relief Pitcher (2014)... Baseball America Low Class-A All-Star (2014)... MiLB.com New York Mets Organization All-Star (2014, 2015)... Florida State League Mid-Season All-Star (2015). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the New York Mets in the 10th round of the 2010 June draft out of Charlotte Amallie High School (St. Thomas, VI)... Traded by the Mets to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for 2B Kelly Johnson and cash (6/8/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 6.1 (2x, last: 8/19/11, KNG vs. BUR) SO: 10 (7/18/11, KNG vs. GRN) BB: 6 (8/25/11, PUL) H: 6 (3x, last: 7/8/12, PUL) ER: 10 (7/24/12, KNG vs. ELZ) 42 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

45 RONNIER MUSTELIER - OUTFIELDER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 5-10 / 210 BORN: August 8, 1984 in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba (Opening Day Age: 32) PRO SEASON: 6th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on November 25, MUSTELIER S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2011 GCL Yankees (Rk) Tampa (Adv-A) Trenton (AA) Scranton/WB (AAA) Tampa (Adv-A) GCL Yankees2 (Rk) GCL Yankees1 (Rk) Scranton/WB (AAA) Scranton/WB (AAA) Quintana Roo (MEX) Laguna (MEX) Did Not Play 2016 Gwinnett (AAA) Minor League Totals: Mexican League Totals: MUSTELIER S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Played in 117 games with Gwinnett, batting.291 (124-for-426, 21 2B, 4 3B, 5 HR, 49 R, 50 RBI, 6 SB). Ranked among team s top three in games (2nd), at-bats (2nd), RBI (2nd), batting average (2nd), total bases (2nd, 168), slugging pct. (2nd,.394), hits (3rd), OPS (3rd,.747), doubles (T-3rd), triples (T-3rd) and walks (T-3rd, 39). His.291 average ranked third among Atlanta Braves full-season farmhands and 13th in the International League also led IL in lowest TPA/SO ratio (9.57). Tallied a team-high three last at-bat GWRBI in 2016, on 4/28 at Toledo (15th-inning single), 7/21 at Buffalo (9th-inning BB) and 8/29 vs Norfolk (9th inning fielder s choice). Reached base safely in 14 consecutive games from 5/2-5/17, batting.313 (15-for-48, 3 2B, 3B, HR, 5 R, 10 RBI). Set a season high with four hits (4-for-4) and matched a season high with three RBI (#31-33) on 6/26 vs. Charlotte. Named Gwinnett s Player of the Month for June (.333, 34-for-102, 6 2B, 2 3B, 9 R, 12 RBI, SB in 26 games). Had his contract selected by Atlanta as the 26th man for the Fort Bragg Game on 7/3 vs. Miami, but did not make his Major League debut. Recorded his third career multi-homer game on 7/8 at Charlotte, going 2-for-3 with two homers (#2-3, both off RHP Anthony Ranaudo) and matching a season high with three RBI. Prior to the Triple-A All-Star Break, batted.297 (88-for-296, 14 2B, 4 3B, 3 HR, 36 R, 38 RBI, 5 SB). Was Gwinnett s lone representative for the 2016 Triple-A All-Star Game on 7/13 in Charlotte, NC (PH/LF, 0-for-1, BB). Finished the regular season on a 14-game on-base streak, batting.302 (16-for-53, 5 2B, 2 HR, 9 R, 8 RBI) from 8/21-9/5 the streak included a 9-game hitting streak from 8/21-8/31 (.378, 14-for-37, 4 2B, 2 HR, 7 R, 8 RBI). Posted a.957 fielding percentage (7 errors/164 TC) and team-high 12 outfield assists in 89 games (7 at 3B, 82 at OF). Reached base safely in seven of eight Governors Cup playoff games, batting.303 (10-for-33, 5 R, 2 RBI) ranked among IL playoff leaders in hits (T-3rd) and batting (9th). MUSTELIER S CAREER NOTES 2015: Played in 51 games for the Tiburones de la Guaira in the Venezuelan Winter League... Batted.360 (68-for- 189) with 10 doubles, one triple, one home run and 21 RBI. MISC: Played for Santiago de Cuba of the Cuban National Series from Batted over.300 in three consecutive seasons, 2005 (.314), 2006 (.315) and 2007 (.301). MUSTELIER 2014: Opened with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in the New York Yankees organization, batting.314 in 13 games... Released on 5/6... Played for both Quintana Roo and Laguna of the Mexican League. 2013: Played in 90 games across three levels of the Yankess organization, batting.274 (96-for-350) with 22 doubles, seven home runs and 41 RBI. 2012: Batted.314 (141-for-499) with 27 doubles, three triples, 15 homers and 69 RBI between Double-A Trenton and Scranton/WB. 2011: Began his affiliated career with the GCL Yankees, batting.500 in five games... Promoted to Advanced-A Tampa on 7/15 and hit.333 with three homers and 24 RBI. AWARDS & HONORS: Eastern League Player of the Week (5/7/12)... MiLB.com New York Yankees Organization All-Star (2012)... International League Player of the Week (8/26/13)... IL Mid-Season All-Star (2016). TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the New York Yankees as a minor league free agent (6/7/11)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (11/25/15). SINGLE-GAME AFFILIATED CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (7/14/11, GCL GCL ATL) HR: 2 (2x, last: 7/8/16, CHA) RBI: 4 (2x, last: 4/24/12, TRN vs. ERI) R: 3 (6x, last: 8/28/16, DUR) SB: 2 (6/12/12, SWB vs. LOU) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 43

46 SEAN NEWCOMB - PITCHER B/T: Left / Left HT/WT: 6-5 / 255 BORN: June 12, 1993 in Brockton, MA (Opening Day Age: 23) PRO SEASON: 4th 40-MAN MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Los Angeles Angels in exchange for SS Andrelton Simmons and C Jose Briceno on November 12, NEWCOMB NEWCOMB S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2014 AZL Angels / Burlington (A) / Burlington (A) / Inland Empire (Adv-A) / Arkansas (AA) / Mississippi (AA) / Minor League Totals: / NEWCOMB S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS In his first season in the Atlanta system, went 8-7 with a 3.86 ERA in 27 starts with Double-A Mississippi. Ranked among Braves organization pitching leaders in strikeouts (T-2nd, 152) and ERA (7th, 3.86). Led the Southern League in strikeouts (152) and was tied for first in both starts (27) and complete games (1)...ranked second in the circuit in lowest BAA (.224) and highest strikeout-per-9.0-ip ratio for starters (9.77). Held opposing right-handed hitters to a.216 average (87-for-403, 4 HR). Struck out seven-plus batters in 10 starts, including a season-high 10 strikeouts on 8/4 at Pensacola. Notched the first complete game of his career on 6/27 vs. Jacksonville, a rain-shortened outing (6.0 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 HB, 2 BB, 6 SO) in a 2-1 M-Braves victory. Went 3-0 with a 2.08 ERA (8 ER in 34.2 IP) and a.162 BAA (20-for-123) over his final six starts from 8/4-9/2. Tossed 7.0 scoreless, one-hit innings (1 BB, 8 SO) for the win in his final regular-season start on 9/2 vs. Biloxi. Following the 9/2 outing, was named the Southern League Pitcher of the Week for 8/29-9/4. Made two starts for Mississippi during the SL Playoffs, going 0-1 with a 2.45 ERA (3 ER in 11.0 IP). Entering the 2017 season, is ranked the Braves No. 6 prospect and the No. 80 overall prospect by MLB.com. Also rated the Braves No. 8 prospect by Baseball America entering Invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for : Entered 2015 ranked the Los Angeles Angels No. 2 prospect by both Baseball America and MLB.com... Also ranked by MLB.com at No. 19 on its 2015 Top 100 Prospects list... Combined to go 9-3 with a 2.38 ERA (36 ER in IP) in 27 starts between Class-A Burlington (1-0, 1.83 ERA in 7 starts), Advanced-A Inland Empire (6-1, 2.47 ERA in 13 starts) and Double-A Arkansas (2-2, 2.75 ERA in 7 starts)... Led all Angels minor leaguers in ERA and strikeouts (168), while his nine wins were tied for fifth... Pitched for U.S. Team in the 2015 MLB All-Star Futures Game in Cincinnati on 7/12 (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 BB, 0 SO)... With Burlington, allowed one ER or less in six of seven starts and struck out seven or more in four of seven starts... Had nine starts with one ER or less with Inland Empire, including four scoreless starts... Yielded a season-high five ER on 6/16 at Bakersfield, but fanned a season-high 11 (ND, 5.0 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 1 BB)... Named California League Pitcher of the Week for 7/27-8/2 after going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA in one start... Promoted to Arkansas for his Double-A debut in August, went 2-2 with a 2.75 ERA in seven starts... Went 2-0 with a 1.29 ERA (4 ER in 28.0 IP) over his first five starts with the Travelers... Tossed 7.0 no-hit innings (0 R, 1 BB, 6 SO) in a no-decision on 8/25 vs. Tulsa... Held Double-A opponents to a.176 batting average (22-for- 125, 2 HR)... Following his trade to Atlanta on 11/12, was rated the Braves No. 2 prospect by MLB.com... Invited to Braves MLB Spring Training for : Made his professional debut in the Los Angeles Angels system, going 0-1 with a 6.28 ERA (10 ER in 14.1 IP) in six starts between the AZL Angels and Class-A Burlington... In his final start of the season on 8/27 at Wisconsin, struck out 10 batters over 4.0 scoreless, two-hit innings in a no-decision... Invited to Angels MLB Spring Training for NEWCOMB S CAREER NOTES the first time in MISC: Went 8-2 with a 1.25 ERA (13 ER in 93.1 IP) in 14 starts during his junior season with the University of Hartford in 2014, earning the America East Conference Pitcher of the Year award... Established a school record with 243 strikeouts in three seasons with the Hawks. AWARDS & HONORS: California League Pitcher of the Week (8/3/15)... MLB All-Star Futures Game Selection (2015)... MiLB.com Los Angeles Angels Organization All-Star (2015)... Southern League Pitcher of the Week (9/4/16)... MiLB.com Atlanta Braves Organization All-Star (2016). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Los Angeles Angels in the first round (15th overall) of the 2014 June draft out of the University of Hartford (West Hartford, CT)... Traded by the Angels to the Atlanta Braves along with SS Erick Aybar and RHP Chris Ellis in exchange for SS Andrelton Simmons and C Jose Briceno (11/12/15). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 7.0 (3x, last: 9/2/16, MIS vs. BLX) SO: 11 (6/16/15, BAK) BB: 6 (5/21/16, MOB) H: 10 (6/8/16, MIS vs. TNS) ER: 5 (6x, last: 7/8/16, MIS vs. MTG) 44 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

47 DAVID PETERSON - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-5 / 205 BORN: January 4, 1990 in Walnut Creek, CA (Opening Day Age: 27) PRO SEASON: 6th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Selected by the Braves in the 8th round of the 2012 June free agent draft out of the College of Charleston (Charleston, SC). PETERSON S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2012 Rome (A) / Lynchburg (Adv-A) / GCL Braves (Rk) / Lynchburg (Adv-A) / Carolina (Adv-A) / Mississippi (AA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / Carolina (Adv-A) / Mississippi (AA) / Minor League Totals: / PETERSON S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened with Gwinnett, going 0-2 with a 9.17 ERA and three saves in 15 outings stranded 3-of-9 inherited runners. Placed on the G-Braves 7-day disabled list on 5/25 activated and transferred to Advanced-A Carolina on 6/1. Made three appearances with the Mudcats from 6/1-6/6, going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA and a.154 BAA (2-for-13). Promoted to Double-A Mississippi on 6/8, went 2-3 with a 3.93 ERA, three holds and seven saves in 27 outings stranded 15-of-19 inherited runners. Had his best month with the M-Braves in July, going 0-0 with a 1.26 ERA (2 ER in 14.1 IP), three saves (3-for-3) and a.173 BAA (9-for-52). Went 1-0 with a 2.70 ERA (2 ER in 6.2 IP) and four saves (4-for-4) over five outings with Mississippi from 7/31-8/11. Pitched three times in relief during the Southern League Playoffs, going 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 3.2 IP) and a.182 BAA (2-for-11). PETERSON S CAREER NOTES 2015: Combined to go 5-0 with a 2.28 ERA (13 ER in 51.1 IP) in 38 apperances across three levels: Advanced-A Carolina, Double-A Missisippi and Triple-A Gwinnett... Tallied 11 saves between the three stops, fourth-most among Braves farmhands... Opened the year in Carolina, going 1-0 with a 2.82 ERA and six saves in 15 games... Was on the Mudcats disabled list from 5/13-6/6 following the team s bus accident on 5/12... Promoted to Mississippi on 6/27 and went 2-0 with a 1.23 ERA and three saves in seven games... Earned promotion to Gwinnett on 7/17 and spent the rest of the season with the G-Braves, going 2-0 with a 2.08 ERA, six holds and two saves in 16 relief appearances... Picked up a save in his Triple-A debut on 7/18 at Syracuse, striking out the only batter he faced... Combined to go 1-0 with a 1.15 ERA (2 ER in 15.2 IP) in 11 outings in August and September... Finished the season with six consecutive scoreless outings (7.1 IP) from 8/21-9/ : Made professional debut with Class-A Rome, going 4-1 with a 1.93 ERA and a team-high eight saves in 20 games... Earned first career win on 6/26 vs. Greenville, working 2.0 scoreless innings... Between 6/29-8/4, converted six saves in as many chances... Allowed just six earned runs over his final 23.2 IP... Held right-handed hitters to a.164 batting average (10-for-61) with one extrabase hit. TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the eighth round of the 2012 June draft out of the College of Charleston (Charleston, SC). DA. PETERSON 2014: Returned from Tommy John surgery in June... Began the season on a rehab assignment with the GCL Braves, making just one 2.0-inning relief appearance before being assigned to Advanced-A Lynchburg... With the Hillcats, made 19 relief appearances covering 30.0 innings... Allowed only two earned runs over a nine-outing stretch from 7/13-8/13 (11.1 IP)... Finished the season yielding one earned run in 9.0 IP from 8/22-8/31... Went 2-for-2 in save chances, including a 3.0-inning save on 8/31 at Myrtle Beach. 2013: Made just five appearances for Advanced-A Lynchburg... Tossed 4.2 scoreless, three-hit innings in his first professional start, a no-decision vs. Myrtle Beach on 4/10... Landed on the Hillcats disabled list on 6/17... Had Tommy John surgery in June. SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 4.2 (2x, last: 4/21/13, LYN vs. SAL) SO: 5 (3x, last: 4/26/13, SAL) BB: 4 (4/21/13, LYN vs. SAL) H: 6 (2x, last: 8/17/14, FRE) ER: 5 (2x, last: 5/19/16, GWN vs. CHA) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 45

48 DUSTIN PETERSON - OUTFIELDER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 210 BORN: September 10, 1994 in Phoenix, AZ (Opening Day Age: 22) PRO SEASON: 5th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the San Diego Padres in exchange for OF Justin Upton and RHP Aaron Northcraft on December 19, DU. PETERSON PETERSON S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2013 AZL Padres (Rk) Fort Wayne (A) Carolina (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Minor League Totals: PETERSON S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Entered the season ranked Atlanta s No. 21 prospect by MLB.com and No. 22 prospect by Baseball America. Named the recipient of the Hank Aaron Award for Braves Minor League Player of the Year for Selected as a Southern League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star with Double-A Mississippi. In his Double-A debut, led the M-Braves in games (132), at-bats (524), runs (65), hits (148), doubles (38), home runs (T-1st, 12), RBI (88), total bases (226), slugging percentage (.431) and OPS (.774)...ranked second on the club in batting (.282), on-base percentage (.343) and walks (45). Ranked among Braves organization leaders in RBI (1st), homers (T-3rd) and batting (8th). Ranked among Southern League leaders in doubles (1st), at-bats (2nd), extra-base hits (2nd, 52), total bases (2nd), RBI (T-2nd), hits (3rd), slugging percentage (4th), games (T-4th) and batting (8th). Hit.356 (37-for-104) with runners on and two outs, including.373 (22-for-59) with RISP and two outs. Hit.284 (74-for-261, 17 2B, 3B, 7 HR, 42 RBI) in 67 first-half games, earning his second career All-Star Game nod. In the Southern League All-Star Game on 6/21 at Mississippi s Trustmark Park, started at DH (0-for-4). Named Mississippi s Player of the Month for June (.320, 7 2B, 2 HR, 20 RBI) and July (.345, 13 2B, 3B, HR, 25 RBI). Twice named the SL Player of the Week, on 6/20 (.429, 2 2B, HR, 9 RBI) and on 7/25 (.565, 5 2B, 3B, 9 RBI). Fell a single shy of the cycle on 5/12 vs. Mobile (3-for-4, 2B, 3B, HR, 2 R, 3 RBI). Posted a team-best 15-game hitting streak from 7/8-7/24 (.413, 26-for-63, 8 2B, 3B, HR, 11 R, 14 RBI). Reached base safely in 25 consecutive games from 7/5-8/1 (.366, 37-for-101, 13 2B, 3B, HR, 21 RBI). Homered twice and tallied a season-high five RBI on 8/14 at Jacksonville (2-for-5, 2 R). Posted a.983 fielding percentage (4 errors/236 TC) in 129 games in the outfield...had four outfield assists. In seven games during the SL Playoffs, batted.345 (10-for-29, HR, 6 R, 3 RBI). Named an Atlanta Braves 2016 Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. Played 18 games for Salt River of the Arizona Fall League, batting.324 (22-for-68, 5 2B, 3B, HR, 9 R, 9 RBI, 2 SB). Entering 2017, is ranked the Braves No. 18 prospect by MLB.com. Invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for PETERSON S CAREER NOTES as the No. 15 prospect in the AZL. 2015: In his first season in the Atlanta organization, hit.251 in 118 games with Advanced-A Carolina... Ranked among Braves system leaders in RBI (T-3rd, 62), runs (5th, 58), hits (9th, 112) and home runs (9th, 8)... Earned Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star honors after batting.283 (51-for-180, 6 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 25 R, 24 RBI, 3 SB) in 50 games in the first half... Batted.314 (33-for-105) in his first 30 games before landing on the disabled list on 5/13 following the Mudcats bus crash... Returned from the DL on 6/2... Posted a pair of four-hit games, on 4/29 at Lynchburg (4-for-4, 2B, HR, 2 RBI) and 8/24 vs. Wilmington (4-for-4, 2 2B, 2 RBI)... Belted the second grand slam of his career on 8/19 vs. Salem (3-for-5, HR, 3 R, 4 RBI)... Named Carolina s Player of the Month for August by Atlanta after batting.272 (28-for-103, 4 2B, 2 HR, 16 RBI) in 26 games. 2014: Spent the entire season with Class-A Fort Wayne of the San Diego Padres organization... Led the club in doubles (31), ranked second in runs (79) and third in hits (123)... Blasted his first career grand slam on 6/12 vs. Lansing (1-for-5, R, 4 RBI)... Set a single-game career high with four hits on 6/24 vs. Dayton (4-for-6, 2B, 2 R, RBI)... Following his trade to Atlanta on 12/19, was ranked the Braves No 19 prospect for 2015 by Baseball America. 2013: Made his professional debut with the Arizona League Padres, batting.293 in 38 games... Rated by BA MISC: Passed on a baseball scholarship from Arizona State University to sign with San Diego in His brother, D.J., was the first-round pick (12th overall) of the Seattle Mariners in AWARDS & HONORS: Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star (2015)... Southern League Player of the Week (6/19/16, 7/24/16)... Southern League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2016)... MiLB.com Atlanta Braves Organization All-Star (2016). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the San Diego Padres in the second round of the 2013 June draft out of Gilbert High School (Gilbert, AZ)... Traded by the Padres to the Atlanta Braves along with LHP Max Fried, INF Jace Peterson and OF Mallex Smith in exchange for OF Justin Upton and RHP Aaron Northcraft (12/19/14). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (3x, last: 8/24/15, CAR vs. WIL) HR: 2 (8/14/16, JAX) RBI: 5 (8/14/16, JAX) R: 4 (5/23/14, FTW vs. LAN) SB: 1 (14x, last: 8/8/16, MIS vs. MOB) 46 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

49 ANTHONY RECKER - CATCHER 40-MAN B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 240 BORN: August 29, 1983 in Allentown, PA (Opening Day Age: 33) PRO SEASON: 13th MLB DEBUT: 8/25/11 with OAK MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Cleveland Indians in exchange for cash on May 9, RECKER S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2005 Vancouver (SS-A) Kane County (A) Stockton (Adv-A) Midland (AA) Midland (AA) Midland (AA) Sacramento (AAA) Midland (AA) Sacramento (AAA) Sacramento (AAA) OAKLAND (MLB) OAKLAND (MLB) Sacramento (AAA) Iowa (AAA) Tennessee (AA) CHI. CUBS (MLB) Las Vegas (AAA) NY METS (MLB) NY METS (MLB) Las Vegas (AAA) NY METS (MLB) Columbus (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) ATLANTA (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: RECKER RECKER S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Began 2016 with Triple-A Columbus of the Cleveland Indians organization and batted.246 in 19 games. Also pitched once in relief with Columbus, on 4/20 at Louisville (ND, 0.2 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 BB) in a 16-5 loss. Acquired by Atlanta via trade with Cleveland in exchange for cash on 5/9 and assigned to Gwinnett. Hit.243 over 40 games with the G-Braves...in 59 total games in the International League, batted.244 (48-for-197, 11 2B, 8 HR, 30 R, 28 RBI, SB). Became the first player in Gwinnett history to hit multiple homers in consecutive games on 6/12 vs. Norfolk (2 HR, #2-3) and 6/14 at Lehigh Valley (2 HR, #4-5). Posted three-straight multi-hit, multi-rbi games from 6/11-6/14, hitting.700 (7-for-10, 2B, 4 HR, 8 R, 8 RBI). Snapped no-hitter in the 9th inning and hit walk-off solo homer in the 10th (#8, off RHP Jhondaniel Medina) for a 4-3 win on 6/22 vs. Indianapolis (2-for-5, 2 R, RBI). Recorded a 12-game hitting streak with Gwinnett from 6/11-6/25, batting.354 (17-for-48, 3 2B, 5 HR, 13 R, 11 RBI). Defensively, posted a.985 fielding percentage (4 errors/270 TC) in 35 games with Gwinnett (1 at 1B, 34 at C) recorded a.182 caught stealing percentage (6-for-33). Placed on the temporary inactive list on 7/6 activated on 7/14, had his contract selected by Atlanta on 7/15. In 33 Major League games with the Braves, batted.278 with a pair of homers and 15 RBI. RECKER S CAREER NOTES 2015: Made his fourth consecutive Opening Day roster with the New York Mets... Batted.215 with two home runs and five RBI in 32 total Major League games... Hit both of his homers in the same game, his first career multi-homer game on 5/14 at the Chicago Cubs (2-for-4, 2 R, 2 RBI)... Started 23 games behind the plate, also made one start at first base... Also logged 27 games with Triple-A Las Vegas, batting.245 with eight homers and 21 RBI... Went 4-for-4 (2 HR, 3 R, 3 RBI) on 6/27 vs. Sacramento... Named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week on 6/29... Hit.324 (12-for-37, 5 HR, 13 RBI) in 10 games in June. 2014: Made his third consecutive Opening Day roster with the Mets... Set MLB career highs in games (58), at-bats (174), runs (18), hits (35), doubles (9), homers (7) and RBI (27)... New York went (.558) in his starts... Threw out 37% (10-of-27) of potential base stealers... Posted his first career four-hit game on 5/25 vs. Arizona (4-for-4, 2B, R)... Homered in three-straight games from 8/31-9/ : Made his second consecutive Opening Day roster with the Mets... Made 34 starts, with the team going (.588) in those games... Batted just.215 for the season, but hit.271 (16-for-59, 4 2B, HR, 6 RBI) after the MLB All-Star break... Made his MLB pitching debut on 6/30 vs. Washington (1.0 IP, 1 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 1 BB, 0 SO)... Also spent five games with Las Vegas, batting : Made his first career Opening Day roster with the Oakland Athletics... Optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on 5/27... Claimed off waivers by the Chicago Cubs on 8/27 and was assigned to Triple-A Iowa... Transferred to Double-A Tennessee on 8/31... Combined to bat.261 (58-for- 222, 9 2B, 10 HR, 31 R, 33 RBI, 3 SB) in 59 minor league games... Recalled by the Cubs on 9/4... Hit his first Major League home run on 9/9 at Pittsburgh (off Jeff Locke) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 47

50 RECKER 2011: Was a Pacific Coast League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star with Sacramento, batting.287 with 41 extra-base hits and 48 RBI in 99 games... Batted.305 (81-for-266, 22 2B, 3B, 12 HR, 49 R, 36 RBI, 7 SB) in the first half, earning his fourth career trip to a minor league All-Star Game... Had two multi-homer games, on 4/28 at Las Vegas (3-for-7, 2B, 2 HR, 2 RBI) and 8/1 vs. Colorado Springs (2-for-2, 2 HR, 2 RBI)... Had his contract purchased by Oakland on 8/23... Made his Major League debut on 8/25 at the New York Yankees (0-for-4)... Collected his first big league hit on 8/27 at Boston, a single off Erik Bedard (1-for-3)... Following the season, named an MiLB.com Oakland Organization All-Star. 2010: Combined to bat.278 (80-for-288, 19 2B, 2 3B, 11 HR, 44 R, 45 RBI, SB) in 91 games between Midland and Sacramento... Promoted to Sacramento on 4/22... Notched a season-high five hits on 8/7 at Albuquerque (5- for-7, 2B, 2 R)... Set season highs in homers and RBI on 8/28 vs. Fresno (3-for-4, 2 HR, 5 RBI). 2009: Combined to bat.267 (88-for-329, 15 2B, 2 3B, 15 HR, 41 R, 54 RBI, 2 SB) in 94 games between Midland and Sacramento... Made his Triple-A debut with the River Cats, batting.261 with 12 homers and 45 RBI in 78 games... Homered twice and tallied six RBI on 7/5 at Reno... Hit.326 (31-for-95, 4 HR, 12 RBI) after the All-Star break. RECKER S CAREER NOTES 2006: Named a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star after batting.305 (53-for-174, 12 2B, 7 HR, 24 R, 28 RBI, 3 SB) with Kane County in the first half... Homered twice on 6/13 at Burlington (3-for-4, 2B, 2 HR, 2 R, 3 RBI)... For the season, hit.287 with 41 extra-base hits and 57 RBI. 2005: Began his professional career with Short-A Vancouver, batting.233 with five homers and 18 RBI in 43 games. MISC: Finished his college career at Alvernia ranking second in school history in home runs (44) and RBI (210). AWARDS & HONORS: Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star (2006)... California League Mid-Season All-Star (2007)... Texas League Mid-Season All-Star (2008)... Pacific Coast League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2011)... MiLB.com Oakland Organization All-Star (2011)... Pacific Coast League Player of the Week (6/29/15). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Oakland Athletics in the 18th round of the 2005 June draft out of Alvernia College (Reading, PA)... Traded by Oakland to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for C Blake Lalli (8/27/12)... Claimed off waivers by the New York Mets from Chicago (10/25/12)... Signed by the Cleveland Indians as a minor league free agent (11/27/15)... Traded by Cleveland to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for cash (5/9/16). 2008: Named a Texas League Mid-Season All-Star after batting.286 (68-for-238, 17 2B, 3 3B, 6 HR, 31 R, 41 RBI) with Midland in the first half... Was his third straight trip to a minor league All-Star Game... For the season, batted.274 with 44 extra-base hits and 64 RBI... Established a career high with 118 hits. 2007: Opened the season with Advanced-A Stockton and hit.319 with 13 homers and 47 RBI in 56 games... Named a California League Mid-Season All-Star... Promoted to Midland for the second half and batted.204 with four homers and 20 RBI on his Double-A debut... Homered twice on 8/28 at San Antonio (2-for-4, 3 RBI)... Finished the year with career highs in homers (17) and RBI (67). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (8/7/10, ALB) HR: 2 (12x, last: 6/14/16, LHV) RBI: 6 (7/5/09, REN) R: 4 (6/12/16, GWN vs. NOR) SB: 1 (25x, last: 7/18/16, CIN) PICTURED: Anthony Recker hit.243 with six home runs and 18 RBIs in 40 games with the G-Braves in (Jim Lacey / Gwinnett Braves) 48 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

51 DANNY REYNOLDS - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-0 / 190 BORN: May 2, 1991 in Las Vegas, NV (Opening Day Age: 25) PRO SEASON: 8th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on November 1, REYNOLDS CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2010 Orem (Rk) / Orem (Rk) / Cedar Rapids (A) / Inland Empire (Adv-A) / Inland Empire (Adv-A) / Salt Lake (AAA) / Inland Empire (Adv-A) / Arkansas (AA) / Arkansas (AA) / Arkansas (AA) / Minor League Totals: / REYNOLDS 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Was with the Houston Astros during Spring Training...designated for assignment on 4/7. Claimed off waivers by the Los Angeles Angels from the Astros on 4/10 and optioned to Double-A Arkansas. Went 1-3 with a 5.61 ERA in 22 games with Arkansas before being released by the Angels on 6/30. Started off strong by not allowing a run over 6.1 innings in five April outings. Earned his lone win on 6/13 vs. Northwest Arkansas (1.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 SO). Held opponents to a.221 average (27-for-122), including right-handed batters to a.208 mark (16-for-77). Signed by the Atlanta Braves on 11/1 and assigned to Gwinnett on 11/2. REYNOLDS CAREER NOTES 2015: Appeared in a career-high 43 games and recorded a career-high 10 saves for Double-A Arkansas... Owned a 3.00 ERA (6 ER in 18.0 IP) with 22 strikeouts in his first 17 appearances... Had a nine game (9.1 IP) scoreless streak from 7/11-8/3, going 1-0 with five saves and a.065 BAA in that span... Held opposing right-handed batters to a.180 average (18-for-100). 2014: Combined to go 4-2 with a 2.90 ERA (20 ER in 62.0 IP) in 42 games across three levels of the Angels system... Started with Advanced-A Inland Empire and posted a 1.69 ERA (3 ER in 16.0 IP) in April before a promotion to Triple-A Salt Lake on 4/29... Pitched in his only career Triple-A game that night in Albuquerque, earning the win in relief (2.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 3 SO)... Sent back to Inland Empire on 5/4 and pitched in two more games before a promotion to Double-A Arkansas on 5/14... In 11 first-half games with Arkansas, posted a 2.63 ERA (4 ER in 13.2 IP) with 16 strikeouts and only two walks... Named to the Texas League Mid-Season All-Star team, the first All-Star nod of his career... Following the season, was named the Angels No. 16 prospect by Baseball America. 2013: Spent the entire season with Inland Empire... Made 26 appearances, all starts, in his last full year as a starter... Led all 66ers pitchers in innings (145.1) and strikeouts (114) and tied for the club lead in wins (11)... All three totals are career-highs... Struck out seven batters in five of his starts, which tied a career high... Pitched 8.0 scoreless, two-hit innings for the win on 6/10 vs. Stockton. 2011: In his first full season, pitched for Rookie-level Orem... Led the team in saves (9) and tied for the team lead in games pitched (20)... Earned his first pro win on 6/25 at Idaho Falls (1.2 IP, 2 H, 0 R)... Notched his first pro save on 7/15 at Billings (1.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R). 2010: Made his professional debut with Orem... Pitched in four games out of the bullpen and did not allow a run in 5.0 innings, giving up only two hits. 2009: Did not pitch after being selected by the Angels in the June draft. AWARDS & HONORS: Texas League Mid-Season All-Star (2014). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Los Angeles Angels in the sixth round of the 2009 June draft out of Durango High School (Las Vegas, NV)... Claimed off waivers by the Los Angeles Dodgers from the Angels (12/7/15)... Claimed off waivers by the Houston Astros from the Dodgers (12/23/15)... Claimed off waivers by the Angels from the Astros (4/10/16)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (11/1/16). REYNOLDS 2012: Combined to go 2-6 with a 3.89 ERA (37 ER in 85.2 IP) over 17 games (16 starts) between Class-A Cedar Rapids and Inland Empire... Made 11 appearances (10 starts) for Cedar Rapids to begin the season... Set a career high with 8.1 innings on 7/9 vs. Peoria (ND, 7 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO)... Promoted to Inland Empire on 7/31... Went 1-3 with a 5.45 ERA over his final six starts. SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 8.1 (7/9/12, CR vs. PEO) SO: 7 (6x, last: 7/22/13, IE vs. LE) BB: 5 (2x, last: 6/26/13, IE vs. RC) H: 11 (5/15/13, HD) ER: 10 (5/15/13, HD) GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 49

52 MEL ROJAS JR. - OUTFIELDER B/T: Switch / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 225 BORN: May 24, 1990 in Indianapolis, IN (Opening Day Age: 26) PRO SEASON: 8th 40-MAN MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for cash on May 9, ROJAS JR. ROJAS CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2010 State College (SS-A) West Virginia (A) Bradenton (Adv-A) Altoona (AA) Altoona (AA) Indianapolis (AAA) Altoona (AA) Indianapolis (AAA) Indianapolis (AAA) Mississippi (AA) Gwinnett (AAA) Minor League Totals: ROJAS 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened with Triple-A Indianapolis of the Pittsburgh Pirates organization batted.154 in 12 games. Acquired by Atlanta via trade with Pittsburgh in exchange for cash on 5/9 and assigned to Double-A Mississippi. In 35 games with the M-Braves, batted.244 promoted to Gwinnett on 6/21, batted.270 in 64 games. Over 76 total International League games, hit.258 (66-for-256, 12 2B, 6 3B, 10 HR, 37 RBI, 9 SB). His six total triples between Indianapolis and Gwinnett ranked tied for fourth in the IL...his 12 total homers between Mississippi and Gwinnett ranked tied for third in the Braves organization. In his first game with the G-Braves on 6/21, ripped a walk-off RBI triple in the 12th inning for an 8-7 win over his former club, Indianapolis (1-for-2). On 7/7 at Charlotte, he became the first player in Gwinnett history to homer from both sides of the plate in one game hit a two-run HR (#2) off RHP Scott Carroll in the 5th inning and a three-run HR (#3) off LHP Matt Purke in the 9th, finishing 3-for-6 with his first career multi-homer game and matching a career high with five RBIs. Named Gwinnett s Player of the Month for July (.333, 31-for-93, 5 2B, 3B, 7 HR 19 RBI, 5 SB in 26 games). Fell a double shy of the cycle on 8/5 at Durham (4-for-5, 3B, HR, 3 RBI). Fell a single shy of the cycle on 8/26 at Durham (3-for-5, 2B, 3B, HR, 3 RBI). Defensively with Gwinnett, posted a.976 fielding percentage and four outfield assists in 63 games. In eight Governors Cup playoff games, batted.353 (12-for-34, 2 2B, 3B, 5 R, 3 RBI, 2 SB). Ranked among IL playoff leaders in hits (T-1st), triples (T-1st), steals (T-1st), doubles (T-2nd), runs (T-4th), extra-base hits (T-4th, 3) and batting average (6th). In Game 3 of the Semifinals on 9/9 vs. Columbus, fell a homer shy of the cycle as he notched a Gwinnett playoff record four hits (4-for-5, 2B, 3B, 3 R, 2 RBI, SB). Played in 39 games with Licey of the Dominican Winter League (.270, 40-for-148, 7 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR, 17 RBI, 2 SB). 2015: Opened with Triple-A Indianapolis, batting.265 in 51 games... Assigned to Double-A Altoona on 6/15 and batted.257 in 66 games... Rejoined Indianapolis on 9/2... Appeared in five Governors Cup Playoff games (0-for-5). 2014: Combined to hit.288 (126-for-437, 19 2B, 5 3B, 10 HR, 66 RBI) in 130 games between Altoona and Indianapolis... Established career highs in average, on-base percentage (.370), hits, homers, RBIs and walks (55)... Ranked fifth in the Eastern League in RBIs (36) at the time of his promotion on 5/31... Ranked second among Indianapolis outfielders in assists (8) and runners thrown out at the plate (5)... Set a career high with five RBIs on 7/3 at Louisville (3-for-3, 2B, 2 R)... Hit a walkoff double in the 10th inning on 8/2 vs. Toledo (4-3 win). 2013: Set career highs in total bases (183) and doubles (28) during Double-A debut season with Altoona... Led team and ranked third in Eastern League in triples (9)... Hit an inside-the-park homer on 4/5 at Erie. 2012: Made his Advanced-A debut with Bradenton... Led Florida State League in triples (12), ranked second ROJAS CAREER NOTES in games and third in at-bats (497)... Hit first career grand slam on 6/21 vs. Charlotte (off LHP Braulio Lara). 2011: Established career bests in games (131) and stolen bases (23) with Class-A West Virginia. MISC: Is the son of former MLB pitcher Mel Rojas and a cousin of former MLB outfielder Moises Alou... Born in Indianapolis while his father played for the Triple-A Indians... Raised in the Dominican Republic. TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the third round of the 2010 June draft out of Wabash Valley College (Mount Carmel, IL)... Traded by the Pirates to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for cash on 5/9/16. SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (8x, last: 8/5/16, DUR) HR: 2 (7/7/16, CHA) RBI: 5 (2x, last: 7/7/16, CHA) R: 4 (5/24/13, ALT vs. RIC) SB: 3 (5/13/11, WV vs. KAN) 50 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

53 BRADLEY RONEY - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 200 BORN: September 1, 1992 in Montgomery, AL (Opening Day Age: 24) PRO SEASON: 4th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Selected by the Braves in the eighth round of the 2014 June draft out of the University of Southern Mississippi (Hattiesburg, MS). RONEY S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2014 Danville (Rk) / Danville (Rk) / Rome (A) / Carolina (Adv-A) / Mississippi (AA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / Minor League Totals: / RONEY S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Opened with Double-A Mississippi, going 1-0 with a 2.82 ERA and two saves in 17 relief appearances. Posted a.210 BAA (17-for-81, 1 HR) with the M-Braves, limiting right-handers to a.122 average (5-for-41, 1 HR). Promoted to Gwinnett on 6/1 and went 3-0 with a 3.57 ERA, one hold and four saves (4-for-4) in 27 relief outings. Stranded 8-of-12 inherited runners as a G-Brave. Went 1-0 with a 1.46 ERA (4 ER in 24.2 IP) and two saves (2-for-2) in 13 games at Coolray Field. Posted a.213 BAA (34-for-160, 3 HR) with Gwinnett, limiting right-handers to a.135 average (13-for-96, 2 HR). Pitched 3.0 scoreless innings in all three of his Triple-A wins, 6/17 at Scranton/WB (1 H, 2 BB, 3 SO), 7/7 at Charlotte (0 H, 2 BB, 6 SO) and 8/24 vs. Buffalo (1 H, 2 BB, 4 SO). Earned his first two career Triple-A saves in consecutive outings, 6/10 vs. Norfolk (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 SO) and 6/11 vs. Norfolk (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 1 SO). Named Gwinnett s Pitcher of the Month by Atlanta for both July (1-0, 1.38 ERA, 1 save in 8 games) and August (1-0, 2.16 ERA, 1 save in 7 games). Went 3-0 with a 1.50 ERA (6 ER in 36.0 IP) and two saves (2-for-2) over 19 relief appearances from 6/17-8/24. Pitched three times in the Governors Cup Playoffs, going 0-1 with a 4.15 ERA (2 ER in 4.1 IP) and one save (1-for-1). Set a G-Braves playoff record with eight strikeouts over 3.1 scoreless innings (1 H, 0 BB) in Game 1 of the Semifinals on 9/7 at Columbus. Struck out one over a perfect ninth inning in Game 4 of the Semifinals on 9/10 vs. Columbus, closing out Gwinnett s 5-4 win to clinch the series. RONEY S CAREER NOTES 2015: Combined to go 3-1 with a 2.98 ERA (16 ER in 48.1 IP) and 11 saves in 33 relief appearances between Rookie-level Danville, Class-A Rome and Advanced-A Carolina... Led Braves farmhands in strikeouts-per-9.0-ip ratio (13.00) and ranked third in the organization in saves... Posted a.110 BAA (17-for-155) for the season, including an.081 (8-for-99) mark by right-handed hitters... Tallied at least two strikeouts in 23 of his 33 appearances, including a season-high five over 2.0 innings on 6/28 at Greeneville. 2014: Made his professional debut with Danville, going 2-3 with a 4.03 ERA and one save in 18 outings... Ranked second on the club in both relief appearances and games finished (9)... Struck out 13.7 batters per 9.0 innings... Posted a.184 BAA (14-for-76)... Earned his first pro save on 7/25 at Bluefield (2.0 IP, 0 R, 4 SO). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the eighth round of the 2014 June draft out of the University of Southern Mississippi (Hattiesburg, MS). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 3.0 (6x, last: 8/24/16, GWN vs. BUF) SO: 7 (8/21/16, GWN vs. ROC) BB: 5 (5/10/15, ROM vs. GBO) H: 4 (8/12/16, GWN vs. LOU) ER: 4 (3x, last: 6/4/16, DUR) RONEY GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 51

54 RIO RUIZ - INFIELDER 40-MAN B/T: Left / Right HT/WT: 6-1 / 230 BORN: May 22, 1994 in Covina, CA (Opening Day Age: 22) PRO SEASON: 6th MLB DEBUT: 9/18/16 with ATL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the Houston Astros as part of a five-player deal that included C/OF Evan Gattis on January 14, RUIZ RUIZ S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2012 GCL Astros (Rk) Greenville (Rk) Quad Cities (A) Lancaster (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Gwinnett (AAA) ATLANTA (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: RUIZ S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS In his Triple-A debut season, named Gwinnett Braves 2016 Player of the Year by the Atlanta Braves on 9/9 also named Gwinnett s Fan Favorite Player in the annual Team Awards on 9/3. Ranked among International League leaders in games (T-3rd, 133) and walks (T-5th, 61). Ranked among G-Braves team leaders in games (1st), at-bats (1st, 465), hits (1st, 126), doubles (1st, 24), RBI (1st, 62), total bases (1st, 186), walks (1st), slugging pct. (1st,.400), OPS (1st,.755), homers (T-2nd, 10), batting average (3rd,.271), runs (3rd, 52), on-base pct. (3rd,.355) and triples (T-5th, 3). Named Gwinnett s Player of the Month for April (.310, 26-for-84, 4 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 13 R, 10 RBI in 23G). Nearly hit for the cycle twice, on 5/1 vs. Columbus (3-for-3, 2B, 3B, RBI) and 8/8 at Norfolk (3-for-4, 2B, HR, 3 RBI). Recorded a season-best 11-game hitting streak from 6/16-6/26, batting.378 (17-for-45, 2B, HR, 6 R, 3 RBI). Hit.310 (27-for-87, 3 2B, HR, 8 R, 6 RBI, SB) in 24 games in June. Tallied his first career multi-homer game on 8/20 vs. Rochester, hitting solo, 3-run blasts (#8-9). Defensively, posted a.974 fielding percentage (7 errors/268 TC) in 119 games with Gwinnett, all at third base. In eight Governors Cup playoff games, hit.045 (1-for-22, 2B, R). Had his contract selected by Atlanta on 9/17 and made his Major League debut on 9/18 vs. Washington (PH, 0-0). Notched first MLB hit (triple) on 9/28 vs. Philadelphia, first RBI (2-run single) on 9/29 vs. Philadelphia. Enters the 2017 season ranked the Braves No. 23 prospect by MLB.com. RUIZ S CAREER NOTES 2015: Entered 2015 rated the Braves No. 10 prospect according to Baseball America... Reached Double-A for first time in his career and batted.233 in 127 games for Mississippi... Hit.310 in June after batting just.179 in April and May... Went on a 15-game hitting streak from 8/14-8/30, batting.362 (21-for-58) with two home runs and 11 RBI... Posted a.950 fielding percentage (16 errors/322 total chances) in 120 games at third base. 2014: Spent the season with Advanced-A Lancaster, helping the JetHawks to the California League title... Set career highs in batting (.293), games (131), at-bats (516), runs (76), hits (151), doubles (37), triples (2), RBI (77) and walks (82)... His 37 doubles tied him for the league lead... Hit his second career grand slam as part of a career-best six-rbi game vs. Rancho Cucamonga on 6/11... Played for Salt River in the Arizona Fall League, batting.187 (14- for-75) with three doubles and seven RBI in 21 games. 2013: Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 8 prospect in the Astros system... In his first full professional season, hit.260 for Class-A Quad Cities... Tied Carlos Correa for the team lead in doubles with Selected as River Bandits Player of the Month in both July (.279, 3 HR, 15 RBI) and August (.298, 5 HR, 19 RBI)... Clubbed first career grand slam on 8/27 at Burlington as part of a 3-for-4, five- RBI game... Hit.370 (10-for-27) with three homers and seven RBI during the Midwest League Playoffs. 2012: Began professional career with the GCL Astros... Promoted to Rookie-level Greenville on 8/11... Hit his first professional home run on 8/21 vs. Elizabethton... Following the season, ranked as the GCL s No. 4 prospect by Baseball America. MISC: Resides in Covina, CA... Played both baseball and football at Bishop Amat HS (La Puente, CA)... Committed to the University of Southern California to play both sports prior to signing with Houston in AWARDS & HONORS: MiLB.com Houston Astros Organization All-Star (2013)... Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Game (2014)... Atlanta Braves Triple-A Gwinnett Player of the Year (2016). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Houston Astros in the fourth round (129th overall) of the 2012 June draft out of Bishop Amat High School (La Puente, CA)... Acquired by the Atlanta Braves along with RHP Mike Foltynewicz and RHP Andrew Thurman from Houston in exchange for RHP James Hoyt and C/OF Evan Gattis (1/14/15). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (4/14/14, HD) HR: 2 (8/20/16, GWN vs. ROC) RBI: 6 (6/11/14, LNC vs. RC) R: 3 (2x, last: 8/26/14, HD) SB: 2 (6/23/13, QC vs. KC) 52 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

55 BRAEDEN SCHLEHUBER - CATCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 210 BORN: January 7, 1988 in Bountiful, UT (Opening Day Age: 29) PRO SEASON: 10th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Selected by the Braves in the fourth round of the 2008 June draft out of the College of Southern Nevada (Henderson, NV). SCHLEHUBER S CAREER HITTING STATS YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2008 GCL Braves (Rk) Rome (A) Rome (A) Myrtle Beach (Adv-A) Lynchburg (Adv-A) Mississippi (AA) Lynchburg (Adv-A) , Mississippi (AA) Mississippi (AA) Mississippi (AA) Gwinnett (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) Minor League Totals: SCHLEHUBER S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS In his second season with Gwinnett, batted.236 (26-for-110, 7 2B, 12 R, 14 RBI) in 40 games. Batted.267 (24-for-90, 7 2B, 12 R, 13 RBI) over his final 34 games from 6/1-9/5. Tallied a season-high three RBI on 7/7 at Charlotte (2-for-4, 2B, 3 R) and on 8/24 vs. Buffalo (2-for-4). Defensively, posted a fielding percentage (0 errors/261 TC) in 35 games (1 at 1B, 2 at RF, 32 at C) recorded a.333 caught stealing percentage (6-for-18). In six Governors Cup playoff games, batted.100 (2-for-20, R, 2 RBI) had a two-run single (1-for-4) in Game 1 of the Championship Series at Scranton/WB on 9/13. Invited by the Braves to Major League Spring Training for : Made his Triple-A debut with Gwinnett, batting.158 in 39 games... Posted a fielding percentage in 39 games at catcher, threw out 26.2% of attempting base stealers (11-of-42)... Transferred to Double-A Mississippi on 6/8 and batted.184 in 32 games... Promoted back to Gwinnett on 8/ : Earned the Bill Lucas Award for community service from the Braves following the season... In 77 games with Mississippi, batted With the bases loaded, hit.364 (4-for-11) with nine RBI... Posted a.993 fielding percentage in 76 games at catcher... Threw out 49.2% of attempting base stealers (29-of-59). 2013: Spent his first full year at Double-A Mississippi, batting.199 with four homers and 17 RBI in 54 games... Threw out 24.6% of attempting base stealers (17-of-69)... On 5/19 vs. Jacksonville, went 3-for-3 with two homers and a season-high four RBI... Batted.333 (12-for-36) with two doubles, three homers and 10 RBI in 10 games in May. 2012: Named a Carolina League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star with Advanced-A Lynchburg... Established career highs in batting average (.270), triples (4), home runs (8), RBI (42), slugging percentage (.439) and OPS (.767)... Led the Carolina League in appearances by a catcher (84 games) and posted a.987 fielding percentage behind the plate... Ranked fifth in the CL in caught stealing percentage (32.7%, 37-of-113)... Hit.313 (45-for-144) with eight doubles, one triple, eight home runs and 27 RBI in the first half, earning first career All-Star Game selection... Named Lynchburg Player of the Month for June after batting.313 (20-for-64) with four doubles, a triple, three home runs, 10 runs and seven RBI in 20 games. 2011: Opened the season with Lynchburg before earning a promotion to Mississippi on 7/13... Hit a combined.242 SCHLEHUBER S CAREER NOTES (50-for-207) with 15 doubles, five home runs and 25 RBI. 2010: Began the year with Class-A Rome before being promoted to Advanced-A Myrtle Beach in July... Combined to hit.183 between the two clubs... Hit.302 (16-for-53) with three doubles, a home run and seven RBI in 18 June contests. 2009: Appeared in a career-high 100 games for Rome... Ranked second on the club in doubles (23) and fourth in RBI (37)... Posted season-high four-rbi games on 6/5 vs. Augusta (2-for-3, HR) and 7/15 vs. Greensboro (2-for-6, 2B, HR)... Recorded a.988 fielding percentage over 74 games at catcher. 2008: Made his professional debut with the GCL Braves, batting.268 with four doubles and 11 RBI in 41 games... Following the season, rated the No. 18 prospect in the Braves system by Baseball America. AWARDS & HONORS: Carolina League Player of the Week (5/9/11)... Carolina League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star (2012)... Atlanta Braves Bill Lucas Award recipient (2014). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the fourth round of the 2008 June first-year player draft out of the College of Southern Nevada (Henderson, NV). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (7/7/08, GCL ATL vs. GCL CLE) HR: 2 (5/19/13, MIS vs. JAX) RBI: 6 (5/16/11, KIN) R: 3 (3x, last: 7/7/16, CHA) SB: 1 (22x, last: 6/15/15, MIS vs. BLX) SCHLEHUBER GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 53

56 LUCAS SIMS - PITCHER 40-MAN B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 220 BORN: May 10, 1994 in Lawrenceville, GA (Opening Day Age: 22) PRO SEASON: 6th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Selected by the Braves in the first round (21st overall) of the 2012 June draft out of Brookwood High School (Snellville, GA) SIMS SIMS CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2012 GCL Braves (Rk) / Danville (Rk) / Rome (A) / Lynchburg (Adv-A) / GCL Braves (Rk) / Carolina (Adv-A) / Mississippi (AA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / Mississippi (AA) / Minor League Totals: / SIMS 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Split the season between Mississippi and Gwinnett, going 7-11 with a 4.40 ERA (69 ER in IP) in 28 games. Led the Atlanta Braves organization and ranked tied for fifth in Minor League Baseball in strikeouts (159). In two stints with Mississippi (4/7-4/17, 6/26-9/5), went 5-5 with a 2.67 ERA and six quality starts in 17 starts. Was the M-Braves Opening Day starter on 4/7 vs. Pensacola and took the loss despite allowing just one hit over 5.0 innings (1 R, 1 ER, 1 HB, 3 BB, 9 SO in 3-1 loss). After going 0-2 with a 1.84 ERA (3 ER in 14.2 IP) in three starts from 4/7-4/17, was promoted to Gwinnett on 4/23. As of 4/23, ranked among SL leaders in strikeouts (1st, 26), highest SO/9.0 IP ratio for starters (1st, 15.95) and lowest BAA for starters (2nd,.140). Made his Triple-A debut with Gwinnett, going 2-6 with a 7.56 ERA and two quality starts in 11 games. Became the first Lawrenceville, GA native to ever play for the hometown G-Braves on 4/23 at Columbus (L, 5.0 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 4 BB, 5 SO in 7-1 loss). In his second start on 4/28 at Toledo, struck out a career-high 11 batters over 7.0 IP (ND, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB). Earned his first career Triple-A win on 5/25 at Norfolk (5.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 6 BB, 7 SO in 9-2 victory). Transferred back to Mississippi on 6/17 and went 5-3 with a 2.83 ERA (24 ER in 76.1 IP) over his final 14 starts. Pitched a season-high 7.1 innings on 7/23 at Tennessee, earning the win (4 H, 0 R, 4 BB, 4 SO) in a 3-0 victory. Did not allow an earned run over three-straight starts (17.2 IP) from 7/23-8/3, going 2-0. Made one start in the Southern League Playoffs, winning decisive Game 4 of the Division Series vs. Pensacola on 9/10 (5.0 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 6 SO in 4-2 win). Enters the 2017 season ranked the Braves No. 19 prospect by MLB.com. 2015: Combined to go 7-6 with a 4.37 ERA (45 ER in 92.2 IP) in 20 starts with the GCL Braves, Carolina and Mississippi... Ranked fourth among Braves minor league pitchers in strikeouts (100)... Pitched a 7.0-inning complete game (7 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 6 SO) in a 6-1 win at Salem on 5/9... Injured in the Mudcats bus accident on 5/12, placed on seven-day disabled list on 5/14... Spent a two-start rehab stint in the GCL from 6/25-6/30... Activated off the Carolina DL on 7/3... Promoted to Mississippi on 7/19... Went 4-0 with a 0.88 ERA (3 ER in 30.2 IP) over his final five starts... Played for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League, going 0-0 with a 2.12 ERA (4 ER in 17.0 IP) in six games... Entering the 2016 season, was ranked the Braves No. 10 prospect by MLB.com. 2014: Made a career-high 28 starts with Advanced-A Lynchburg, going 8-11 with a 4.19 ERA... Ranked among Braves minor league pitching leaders in innings (2nd, 156.2), wins (T-3rd), strikeouts (7th, 107), BAA for starters (7th,.247) and WHIP for starters (9th, 1.30)... Tossed the first 7.0 innings of a combined no-hitter on 6/26 at Wilmington (1 R, 0 ER, 4 BB, 6 SO)... Rated the Braves No. 4 prospect and owner of the system s Best Curveball by Baseball America. 2013: Earned the Atlanta Braves Minor League Pitcher of the Year award after going 12-4 with a 2.62 ERA in 28 games with Class-A Rome... His 12 wins led all Braves SIMS CAREER NOTES farmhands, while his 134 strikeouts and.203 BAA each ranked second among Atlanta minor league starters... Went 8-0 with a 1.59 ERA (8 ER in 45.1 IP) over his final eight starts... Entered the 2014 season rated the Braves No. 1 prospect by Baseball America... Also selected by BA as having the system s Best Curveball. 2012: Split his professional debut between the GCL and Rookie-level Danville... Tabbed as Braves No. 5 prospect and owner of the system s Best Curveball by BA. AWARDS & HONORS: MiLB.com Atlanta Organization All-Star (2013)... Atlanta Braves Minor League Pitcher of the Year (2013)... Southern League Pitcher of the Week (8/24/15)... AFL Rising Stars Game (2015). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round (21st overall) of the 2012 June draft out of Brookwood High School (Snellville, GA). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 7.1 (7/23/16, TNS) SO: 11 (4/28/16, TOL) BB: 6 (4x, last: 8/3/16, PNS) H: 9 (2x, last: 6/15/16, LHV) ER: 8 (6/5/16, DUR) 54 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

57 MATT TUIASOSOPO - OUTFIELDER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-2 / 235 BORN: May 10, 1986 in Bellevue, WA (Opening Day Age: 30) PRO SEASON: 14th MLB DEBUT: 9/5/08 with SEA MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on October 20, TUIASOSOPO S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2004 AZL Mariners (Rk) Everett (SS-A) Wisconsin (A) Inland Empire (Adv-A) San Antonio (AA) West Tenn (AA) Tacoma (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) AZL Mariners (Rk) Tacoma (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) Tacoma (AAA) SEATTLE (MLB) Tacoma (AAA) Buffalo (AAA) Toledo (AAA) DETROIT (MLB) Buffalo (AAA) Charlotte (AAA) Charlotte (AAA) Gwinnett (AAA) ATLANTA (MLB) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: TUIASOSOPO S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Played in 64 games with Gwinnett, batting.246 (52-for-211, 17 2B, 11 HR, 33 R, 28 RBI). Led the G-Braves in homers with 11 despite playing his last regular-season game on 7/2. Was on the disabled list from 7/4-9/6 with a shoulder injury. Tallied a season-high four RBI on 4/9 at Norfolk, going 2-for-5 with a three-run homer off former G-Braves RHP Todd Redmond. Recorded the seventh multi-homer game of his career on 4/11 at Durham, going 3-for-5 with solo shots off RHP Dylan Floro and RHP Tyler Sturdevant. Had his contract selected by Atlanta on 5/2 and pinch hit three times for the Braves (.000, 0-for-3, SO) before being DFA d on 5/9 and outrighted back to Gwinnett on 5/11. Posted a season-best 9-game hitting streak from 4/29-5/17, batting.433 (13-for-30, 5 2B, 2 HR, 5 R, 5 RBI). Notched seven extra-base hits (4 2B, 3 HR) in six games from 6/7-6/21, batting.400 (8-for-20, 4 R, 7 RBI). As of 7/4, he ranked among IL offensive leaders in HR/AB ratio (4th, 1/19.18), slugging percentage (4th,.483), OPS (6th,.834), homers (T-8th, 11) and extra-base hits (T-10th, 28). Defensively, posted a.996 fielding percentage (1 error/257 TC) in 57 games (27 at 1B, 30 in OF). Activated off the disabled list on 9/7 and played in three Governors Cup playoff games, batting.000 (0-for-11, 2 R). TUIASOSOPO TUIASOSOPO S CAREER NOTES 2015: Spent the 2015 season with Triple-A Charlotte of the Chicago White Sox organization, batting.230 with 21 doubles, a career-high 18 home runs and 52 RBI in 103 games... Ranked among International League leaders in HR/AB ratio (2nd, 1/19.78), slugging percentage (5th,.477), OPS (5th,.790), walks (T-5th, 57), homers (T-8th) and strikeouts (10th, 123)... Homered three times and tallied season-high seven RBI on 8/7 vs. Rochester (3-for-4, 3 R)... Also had a pair of two-homer games, 5/29 vs. Lehigh Valley (2-for- 2, 5 RBI) and 7/24 at Gwinnett (2-for-4, 3 RBI)... Batted.385 (5-for-13) with three grand slams and 19 RBI with the bases loaded... Posted a.994 fielding percentage in 90 games, including action at first base (23 games), third base (1 game) and the outfield (66 games). 2014: Split the season between Triple-A Buffalo (Toronto) and Triple-A Charlotte (Chicago White Sox)... With Buffalo, hit.206 with two homers and 18 RBI in 59 games... Batted.277 with 11 homers and 32 RBI in 63 games with Charlotte... Went 2-for-5 with a grand slam and five RBI on 8/18 vs. Gwinnett... Posted an 11-game hitting streak from 7/2-7/13, batting.390 with three homers and eight RBI in that span... Batted.291 with four homers and 10 RBI in 24 July games. 2013: Played 81 games with the Detroit Tigers, batting Set Major League career highs in hits (40), runs scored (26), doubles (7), home runs (7), RBI (30), walks (25) and total bases (68)... Went 2-for-4 with a homer and a career-high five RBI on 4/26 vs. Atlanta... Hit.412 (7-for- 17) with a home run and five RBI over seven June games. 2012: Spent the entire season with Triple-A Buffalo of the New York Mets organization... Homered twice and notched a season-high four hits on 5/4 vs. Syracuse... Batted.305 (29-for-95) with four homers and 18 RBI in 30 May games. 2011: Spent the entire season with Triple-A Tacoma in the Seattle Mariners organization... Appeared defensively at first base, second base, third base, left field and right field GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 55

58 TUIASOSOPO... Ranked fourth in the Pacific Coast League with 75 walks... Placed on the disabled list on 8/25 with a left hamstring strain. 2010: Was included on Seattle s Opening Day roster... Played 11 games with the Mariners before being optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on 5/2... Batted.321 (9-for-28) in eight games before being recalled by Seattle on 5/12... Optioned to Tacoma again on 6/20... Batted.419 (13- for-31) with two doubles, three homers and seven RBI in eight June games with the Rainiers... Recalled by Seattle on 7/31 and remained with the Mariners for the rest of the season. 2009: Began the year with Seattle after being recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on 4/5... Optioned back to Tacoma on 4/16... Was on the disabled list from 4/29-7/16 with a right elbow strain, assigned to the AZL Mariners for injury rehab on 7/4... Hit safely in eight of his nine games in the AZL... Batted.322 (38-for-118) with eight doubles, nine homers and 26 RBI in 30 August games with Tacoma... Hit.313 (5-for-16) with a double, homer and four RBI in four games during the PCL playoffs... Recalled by Seattle for the remainder of the season on 9/13... Blasted his first Major League home run on 9/27 at Toronto, a solo shot off Brian Tallet... Following the season, named the Mariners No. 19 prospect by Baseball America... Played for both Caguas and Ponce in the Puerto Rican Winter League, batting.192 (15-for-78) with two homers and five RBI in 17 total games. 2008: Named to Baseball America s Triple-A All-Star Team as a member of Tacoma... Led all PCL third baseman with 82 putouts... Posted a 10-game hitting streak from 7/8-7/22, batting.362 (17-for-47) with seven doubles and seven RBI... Hit.337 (29-for-86) with seven homers and 19 RBI in 21 games in August... Had his contract purchased by Seattle on 9/2... Made his Major League debut on 9/5 vs. the New York Yankees, starting at third base... Recorded his first MLB hit, a double off Andy Pettitte in the fourth inning of his debut... Named Seattle s No. 15 prospect by BA following the season... Played 12 games with Lara of the Venezuelan Winter League, batting.200 (8-for-40) with eight RBI. TUIASOSOPO S CAREER NOTES runs and five RBI... Named Seatlte s No. 5 prospect by BA following the season. 2004: Made his professional debut with the Arizona League Mariners... Posted a 13-game hitting streak from 7/10-7/15, batting.467 (21-for-45) with four doubles, four home runs and 10 RBI in that span... Promoted to Short-A Everett on 8/5... Named the top prospect in the Arizona League and No. 5 prospect in the Seattle system by BA following the season. MISC: His father, Manu, was a defensive lineman in the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks... His brother, Marques, was a quarterback in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders and New York Jets. AWARDS & HONORS: Midwest League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2005)... Southern League Mid- Season All-Star (2007)... Arizona Fall League Player of the Week (11/5/07)... Baseball America Triple-A All-Star (2008). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Seattle Mariners in the third round of the 2004 June first-year player draft out of Woodinville High School (WA)... Signed by the New York Mets as a minor league free agent (1/27/12)... Signed by the Detroit Tigers as a minor league free agent (11/26/12)... Selected off waivers by the Arizona Diamondbacks from Detroit (11/1/13)... Selected off waivers from Arizona by the Toronto Blue Jays (3/20/14)... Traded by Toronto to the Chicago White Sox in exchange for cash considerations (6/12/14)... Signed by the Baltimore Orioles as a minor league free agent (12/17/14)... Signed by the Chicago White Sox as a minor league free agent (4/3/15)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (11/10/15)... Re-signed by Atlanta (10/20/16). 2007: Spent the entire season with Double-A West Tenn... Ranked among Southern League leaders in sac flies (1st, 14) and walks (3rd, 76)... Led all Southern League third basemen with 352 total chances and 99 putouts... Posted a 10-game hitting streak from 4/5-4/14, batting.424 (14-for-33)... Batted.371 (33-for-89) in 25 April games... Named Seattle s No. 10 prospect by BA following the season... Played 23 games with Peoria of the Arizona Fall League, batting.293 (24-for-82) with five doubles, a homer and 15 RBI. 2006: Split the season between Advanced-A Inland Empire and Double-A San Antonio... Was on the disabled list from 5/9-5/16 with a left elbow laceration... Promoted to San Antonio on 6/21... Named Seattle s No. 17 prospect by BA after the season... Played 21 games with Peoria of the Arizona Fall League, batting.167 (13-for-78) with a double, triple and four RBI. 2005: Was a Midwest League Post-Season All-Star with Class-A Wisconsin... Recorded a 13-game hitting streak from 4/7-4/24, batting.423 (22-for-52)... Hit.371 (23-for- 62) with two homers and 12 RBI in 16 games in April... Missed time from 8/20-8/29 with a left wrist laceration... Saw action in 10 games during the Midwest League Playoffs, batting.182 (6-for-33) with two doubles, two home SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 5 (4/25/07, WTN vs. JAX) HR: 3 (8/7/15, CHA vs. ROC) RBI: 7 (8/7/15, CHA vs. ROC) R: 4 (2x, last: 4/25/07, WTN vs. JAX) SB: 2 (2x, last: 5/29/11, LV) 56 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

59 ADAM BRETT WALKER - OUTFIELDER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-5 / 225 BORN: October 18, 1991 in Milwaukee, WI (Opening Day Age: 25) PRO SEASON: 6th MLB DEBUT: None MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers by the Atlanta Braves from the Baltimore Orioles on January 20, WALKER S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2012 Elizabethon (Rk) Cedar Rapids (A) Fort Myers (Adv-A) Chattanooga (AA) Rochester (AAA) Minor League Totals: WALKER S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Made his Triple-A debut with Rochester, batting.243 with 27 home runs and 75 RBI in 132 games. Ranked among International League leaders in sac flies (1st, 7), homers (2nd), HR/AB ratio (3rd, 1/17.70), RBI (3rd), total bases (3rd, 229), extra-base hits (4th, 54), games (T-5th, 132), slugging pct. (6th,.479) and triples (T-10th, 5). Set an IL record with 202 strikeouts, surpassing the mark of 199 set by Richmond s Dave Nicholson in Recorded his first multi-homer game of the season on 5/19 at Durham (2-for-4, 2 HR, 2 RBI). Two days later on 5/21 at Durham, slugged a career-high three home runs (3-for-5, 5 RBI) in the Red Wings 12-2 win...became the first Rochester player to homer three times in a game since Leo Gomez on 4/9/90. Named International League Player of the Week for 5/16-5/22 after batting.350 (7-for-20, 5 HR, 7 RBI). Hit a grand slam on 6/30 at Syracuse, off LHP Bryan Harper (1-for-4, 4 RBI). Batted a season-best.311 (33-for-106, 7 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 15 R, 16 RBI, 2 SB) over 28 games in July. In games when he homered, Rochester went Following the season, was named a Minnesota Twins Organization All-Star by MiLB.com. Claimed off waivers three times in the off-season, by Milwaukee (11/18), Baltimore (12/2) and Atlanta (1/26/17). WALKER S CAREER NOTES 2015: Named a Southern League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star with Double-A Chattanooga... Slugged a career-high 31 homers, winning the MiLB Joe Bauman Home Run Award for Double-A... Led the Twins system in RBI (106) and ranked second in homers (Miguel Sano, 33 HR)... Led all of Double-A in homers, RBI and extra-base hits (65)... Ranked among MiLB leaders in RBI (3rd), homers (4th) and extra-base hits (10th)... Earned SL Player of the Month award for June (.316, 30-for-95, 7 2B, 3B, 11 HR, 28 RBI)... Played left field for the North Division in the SL All-Star Game (1-for-5, 2 R)... Played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League, earning selection to Rising Stars team (.240, 18-for-75, 2 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 18 RBI in 20 games)... Entering 2016, was the Twins No. 17 prospect and Best Power Hitter according to Baseball America. 2014: Was a Florida State League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star with Advanced-A Fort Myers... Led the Twins organization in home runs (25) and RBI (94)... Named the Top Star of the FSL All-Star Game on 6/14 in Bradenton, FL (3-for-5, 2B, HR, RBI)... Also won the FSL Home Run Derby... Rated by BA as the FSL s Best Power Prospect and the Twins No. 17 prospect for : Named a Midwest League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star with Class-A Cedar Rapids... Selected by Topps as the MWL Player of the Year after hitting a careerbest.278 with 27 home runs and a career-high 109 RBI... Led the MWL in homers, RBI and total bases, ranked second in slugging pct. (.526), runs (83), extra-base hits (65) and HR/AB ratio (1/18.81)... Named MWL Player of the Week three times (4/29, 5/13, 7/15)... Had a pair of seven-rbi games, 4/26 vs. Great Lakes (3-for-4, 2 HR) and 5/12 at Beloit (4-for-6, 2 2B, 2 HR)... Named Twins MiLB Player of the Month for July (.304, 10 HR, 31 RBI)... Following the season, rated the MWL s No. 15 prospect and the Twins No. 16 prospect by BA. 2012: Began his pro career with Rookie-level Elizabethton... Named Appalachian League Player of the Week on 8/13 after batting.364 (9-for-26, 2B, 3 HR, 5 RBI). MISC: Father, also named Adam Brett Walker, played in the NFL as a RB for the 1987 Minnesota Vikings. AWARDS & HONORS: Appalachian League Player of the Week (8/13/12)... Midwest League Player of the Week (4/29/13, 5/13/13, 7/15/13)... Midwest League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2013)... Topps Midwest League Player of the Year (2013)... Florida State League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2014).. FSL All- Star Game Top Star (2014)... Southern League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2015)... MiLB.com Southern League Player of the Month (June 2015)... MiLB Joe Bauman Home Run Award - Double-A (2015)... Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Selection (2015)... International League Player of the Week (5/22/16)... MiLB.com Minnesota Organization All-Star (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Minnesota Twins in the third round of the 2012 June draft out of Jacksonville University (Jacksonville, FL)... Claimed off waivers by the Milwaukee Brewers from Minnesota (11/28/16)... Claimed off waiveres by the Baltimore Orioles from Milwaukee (12/2/16)... Claimed off waivers by the Atlanta Braves from Baltimore (1/26/17). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (3x, last: 4/26/16, BUF) HR: 3 (5/21/16, DUR) RBI: 7 (2x, last: 5/12/13, BEL) R: 4 (5/12/13, BEL) SB: 1 (43x, last: 8/29/16, ROC vs. SWB) WALKER GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 57

60 COLIN WALSH - INFIELDER/OUTFIELDER B/T: Switch / Right HT/WT: 6-1 / 200 BORN: September 26, 1989 in San Diego, CA (Opening Day Age: 27) PRO SEASON: 8th MLB DEBUT: 4/4/16 with MIL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent on December 1, WALSH WALSH S CAREER HITTING STATS CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG 2010 Johnson City (Rk) Batavia (SS-A) Quad Cities (A) Quad Cities (A) GCL Cardinals (Rk) Quad Cities (A) Palm Beach (Adv-A) Springfield (AA) Midland (AA) Stockton (Adv-A) Sacramento (AAA) Midland (AA) MILWAUKEE (MLB) Nashville (AAA) Minor League Totals: Major League Totals: WALSH S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS Milwaukee Brewers 2015 Rule 5 Draft selection made his first career Opening Day roster in Recorded his first Major League hit on 4/19, a double off Ervin Santana at Minnesota (1-for-4, R). In 38 total games with the Brewers, batted.085 (4-for-47) with 15 walks over 63 plate appearances. Designated for assignment by Milwaukee on 5/31, returned to Oakland on 6/4 and assigned to Triple-A Nashville. Batted.298 (17-for-57, 2 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI) in 18 games with the Sounds in July. Played in all five games of Nashville s first round playoff loss to Oklahoma City, batting.111 (2-for-18, 3 R, 3 RBI). Signed a minor league contract with the Atlanta Braves on 12/1. WALSH S CAREER NOTES 2015: Named a Texas League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star after batting.302 in 134 games with Double-A Midland... Led all of Minor League Baseball with 124 walks... Led Texas League in walks, on-base percentage (.447), runs (97) and doubles (T-1st, 39)... also ranked among league leaders in total bases (2nd, 229), extra-base hits (T- 2nd, 54), batting average (4th) and hits (4th, 147)... Homered twice on 6/9 vs. Corpus Christi (2-for-3, 2 R, 2 RBI)... Named an MiLB.com Oakland Organization All-Star. 2014: Released by St. Louis on 3/25 and signed with Oakland on 4/10... Combined to bat.290 (79-for-272, 10 2B, 4 HR, 36 R, 32 RBI, 3 SB) in 78 games over three levels of the Athletics system... Batted.327 (17-for-52, 2B, 2 HR, 8 R, 6 RBI) in 16 games with Triple-A Sacramento in June... Homered twice on 6/3 at Fresno (4-for-4, 2B, 3 R, 3 RBI)... Appeared as a pitcher for the first time in his career on 7/5 at Reno and pitched twice during the season, going 0-0 with a 9.00 ERA (3 ER in 3.0 IP). 2013: Hit.252 (118-for-469, 25 2B, 6 3B, 6 HR, 74 R, 40 RBI, 14 SB) in 126 games between Advanced-A Palm Springs and Double-A Springfield... Finished third among Cardinals farmhands in walks (74), fifth in runs scored and 10th in hits. 2012: Named a Midwest League Mid-Season and Post- Season All-Star with Class-A Quad Cities... Tallied careerhighs in home runs (16) and RBI (68)... Led the league in slugging percentage (.530) and on-base percentage (.519)... Following the season, played for Surprise in the Arizona Fall League (.281, 16-for-57, 6 2B, HR, 14 RBI). 2011: Opened the year in extended Spring Training... Joined Quad Cities on 5/22 and batted.239 in 69 regularseason games... Hit.292 (19-for-65, 6 2B, 3B, 12 RBI) prior to the All-Star break... Helped guide the River Bandits to the Midwest League title by batting.500 (7-for-14, 3 2B, 3 R, 3 RBI) in four playoff games. 2010: Played at three levels in the Cardinals organization on his professional debut, batting.256 (54-for-211, 6 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR, 38 R, 20 RBI, 7 SB) in 58 games. MISC: Attended Stanford University, where he earned a bachelor s degree in management science and engineering and a master s degree in civil engineering. AWARDS & HONORS: Midwest League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2012)... MiLB.com St. Louis Organization All-Star (2012)... Texas League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star (2015)... MiLB.com Oakland Organization All-Star (2015). TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 13th round of the 2010 June draft out of Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA)... Signed by the Oakland Athletics as a minor league free agent (4/10/14)... Selected by the Milwaukee Brewers from Oakland in the Major League phase of the 2015 Rule 5 Draft (12/10/15)... Returned to Oakland by Milwaukee (6/4/16)... Signed by the Atlanta Braves as a minor league free agent (12/1/16). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS H: 4 (6x, last: 8/7/15, CC) HR: 2 (3x, last: 6/9/15, MID vs. CC) RBI: 6 (6/11/12, BUR) R: 3 (18x, last: 7/10/16, NAS vs. NO) SB: 2 (3x, last: 7/28/15, FRI) 58 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

61 MATT WISLER - PITCHER B/T: Right / Right HT/WT: 6-3 / 205 BORN: September 12, 1992 in Bryan, OH (Opening Day Age: 24) PRO SEASON: 7th MLB DEBUT: 6/19/15 with ATL MLB SERVICE: ACQUIRED: Via trade with the San Diego Padres in exchange for RHP Craig Kimbrel and OF Melvin Upton Jr. on April 5, MAN WISLER S CAREER PITCHING STATS YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO 2011 AZL Padres (Rk) 0-0 *.** / Fort Wayne (A) / Lake Elsinore (Adv-A) / San Antonio (AA) / San Antonio (AA) / El Paso (AAA) / Gwinnett (AAA) / ATLANTA (MLB) / Gwinnett (AAA) / ATLANTA (MLB) / Minor League Totals: / Major League Totals: / WISLER S 2016 HIGHLIGHTS In two stints with Atlanta (4/4-7/28, 8/25-10/2), went 7-13 with a 5.00 ERA, a.259 BAA (159-for-613) and 15 quality starts in 27 games (26 starts). Earned his first career Major League save in his lone relief appearance for the Braves on 4/17 at Miami (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 SO in 6-5 win). Tossed 8.0 scoreless, one-hit innings (1 HB, 2 BB, 4 SO) for his first win of the season on 5/3 at the New York Mets combined with Arodys Vizcaino on a one-hitter in 3-0 victory. Over six starts in May, went 2-3 with a 2.51 ERA (12 ER in 43.0 IP) and a.206 BAA (32-for-155, 2 HR). After going 1-4 with an 8.89 ERA (26 ER in 26.1 IP) over five starts in July, was optioned to Gwinnett on 7/29. Made four starts for the G-Braves from 8/2-8/19, going 2-1 with a 3.71 ERA (11 ER in 26.2 IP) and three quality starts. Pitched a 7.0-inning complete game (8 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 1 HR, 0 BB, 4 SO) for the win in Game 1 of a doubleheader on 8/19 vs. Charlotte, a 7-5 G-Braves triumph. Recalled by Atlanta on 8/25 and went 3-2 with a 4.41 ERA (17 ER in 34.2 IP) over his final six starts. Struck out a season-high 10 batters over 6.0 innings (4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 HR, 3 BB) to guide the Braves to an 8-1 win on 8/31 vs. San Diego. Following the season, made two starts for Licey of the Dominican Winter League, going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (0 ER in 9.0 IP) and a.161 BAA (5-for-31). WISLER S CAREER NOTES 2015: Following the trade from San Diego on 4/5, was ranked as the No. 2 prospect in the Atlanta organization and No. 70 prospect in all of baseball by MLB.com... Made 12 starts for Gwinnett from 4/12-6/12, going 3-4 with a 4.29 ERA (31 ER in 65.0 IP) and three quality starts... Twice won International League Pitcher of the Week honors, earning the award for 5/4-5/10 (2-0, 1.35 ERA) and 5/25-5/31 (1-0, 0.00 ERA)... On 5/30 vs. Columbus, tossed 8.1 innings (2 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 7 SO) in a 1-0 win at Coolray Field... Named Gwinnett s co-pitcher of the Month for May (alongside LHP Manny Banuelos) by Atlanta after going 3-0 with a 1.78 ERA (7 ER in 35.1 IP) in six May starts... Batted.286 (2- for-7, R, 2 RBI) in four games for the G-Braves, posting the only multi-rbi game by a Gwinnett pitcher in 2015 (5/15 vs. Louisville, 1-for-2, 2 RBI)... After his final Triple-A start on 6/12, ranked fourth among qualifying IL starters with a 1.80 BB/9.0 IP ratio (13 BB in 65.0 IP)... Purchased by Atlanta for his Major League debut on 6/19, started and won that night vs. the New York Mets (8.0 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 HB, 0 BB, 2 SO in 2-1 win)... Was the first Braves starter to win his first career game since Kenshin Kawakami on 4/11/09 vs. Washington... Went 5-1 with a 3.43 ERA (16 ER in 42.0 IP) and three quality starts over his first seven starts with Atlanta... In his final three starts of the season, went 3-0 with a 1.19 ERA (3 ER in 22.2 IP) and three quality starts... Pitched a career-high 8.2 innings of scoreless baseball in his final start on 10/4 vs. St. Louis (4 H, 1 BB, 3 SO), a season-ending 2-0 Braves victory... Overall with Atlanta, went 8-8 with a 4.71 ERA and eight quality starts in 20 games (19 starts)... Finished fifth among NL rookies in wins and eighth in innings (109.0). 2014: Split the year between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A El Paso of the San Diego Padres organization, going 10-5 with a 4.42 ERA (72 ER in IP) in 28 starts... Opened with the Missions, going 1-0 with a 2.10 ERA in six starts... Made his Triple-A debut with the Chihuahuas, going 9-5 with a 5.01 ERA in 22 starts... Went 5-1 with a 3.96 ERA (27 ER in 61.1 IP) over his final 11 starts with El Paso... Rated the Pacific Coast League s No. 18 prospect by Baseball America following the season... Entered 2015 ranked as the Padres No. 1 prospect and owner of the system s Best Slider by BA... Entered 2015 ranked the No. 69 prospect in all of baseball by MLB.com. 2013: Went 10-6 with a 2.78 ERA (42 ER in IP) in 26 starts between Advanced-A Lake Elsinore and San Antonio... After going 2-1 with a 2.03 ERA in six starts with the Storm, was promoted to San Antonio in May for his Double-A debut... Helped lead the Missions to the playoffs by going 8-5 with a 3.00 ERA over 20 regular-season starts... went 3-1 with a 1.86 ERA (6 ER in 29.0 IP) in six August starts... Made three appearances during San Antonio s run to the Texas League championship, going 1-0 with a 0.56 ERA (1 ER in 16.0 IP) and a.098 BAA (5-for-51)... Won Game 1 of the Texas League Championship Series over Arkansas (6.2 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 6 SO in 1-0 victory)... Following the season, was rated as the Padres No. 2 pros WISLER GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 59

62 pect by Baseball America... Entered 2014 as the No. 78 prospect in all of baseball according to MLB.com. 2012: Played his first full season with Class-A Fort Wayne, going 5-4 with a 2.53 ERA in 24 games (23 starts)... Pitched a 6.0-inning rain-shortened complete-game shutout on 7/1 at Lake County (2 H, 0 BB, 6 SO)... Went 5-1 with a 2.19 ERA (23 ER in 94.1 IP) over his final 19 starts. WISLER S CAREER NOTES TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the San Diego Padres in the seventh round of the 2011 June draft out of Bryan High School (Bryan, OH)... Traded by San Diego to the Atlanta Braves along with OF Cameron Maybin, OF Carlos Quentin, OF Jordan Paroubeck and a competitive balance pick (41st overall) in the 2015 June draft in exchange for RHP Craig Kimbrel and OF Melvin Upton Jr. (4/5/15). WISLER 2011: Made just one relief appearance for the Rookielevel Arizona League Padres on his professional debut. MISC: Native of Bryan, OH had committed to Ohio State University prior to being drafted by San Diego. AWARDS & HONORS: Texas League Pitcher of the Week (7/8/13, 8/26/13)... MiLB.com San Diego Padres Organization All-Star (2013)... International League Pitcher of the Week (5/10/15, 5/31/15). SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS IP: 8.2 (10/4/15, ATL vs. STL) SO: 10 (2x, last: 8/31/16, ATL vs. SD) BB: 5 (7/1/15, ATL vs. WSH) H: 11 (8/30/12, FTW vs. WM) ER: 8 (6/5/16, LAD) PICTURED: Matt Wisler made four starts with the G-Braves in 2016, going 2-1 with a 3.71 ERA. (Chris Roughgarden / Gwinnett Braves) 60 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

63 2016 SEASON IN REVIEW Blake Lalli tallied a season-high four RBIs on September 5 at Charlotte, leading the G-Braves to a 6-2 win and the IL South Division title. (Photo by Chris Roughgarden)

64 2016 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS NORTH DIVISION W-L PCT. GB HOME AWAY DIVISION #Scranton/WB RailRiders (NYY) &Lehigh Valley IronPigs (PHI) Rochester Red Wings (MIN) Pawtucket Red Sox (BOS) Buffalo Bisons (TOR) Syracuse Chiefs (WAS) SOUTH DIVISION W-L PCT. GB HOME AWAY DIVISION #Gwinnett Braves (ATL) Charlotte Knights (CWS) Durham Bulls (TB) Norfolk Tides (BAL) WEST DIVISION W-L PCT. GB HOME AWAY DIVISION #Columbus Clippers (CLE) Louisville Bats (CIN) Indianapolis Indians (PIT) Toledo Mud Hens (DET) #Division Winner; &Wild Card Winner 2016 REVIEW 2016 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE / TRIPLE-A PLAYOFFS SEMIFINALS (Best of 5) SEMIFINALS (Best of 5) Game 1: Gwinnett 5, Columbus 4 Game 1: Scranton/WB 2, Lehigh Valley 0 Game 2: Columbus 6, Gwinnett 4 Game 2: Scranton/WB 7, Lehigh Valley 0 Game 3: Gwinnett 11, Columbus 1 Game 3: Scranton/WB 11, Lehigh Valley 3 Game 4: Gwinnett 5, Columbus 4 SCRANTON/WB WINS SERIES, 3-0 GWINNETT WINS SERIES, 3-1 GOVERNORS CUP CHAMPIONSHIP (Best of 5) TRIPLE-A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Game 1: Gwinnett 7, Scranton/WB 4 Game 2: Scranton/WB 2, Gwinnett 1 Game 3: Scranton/WB 3, Gwinnett 0 Game 4: Scranton/WB 3, Gwinnett 0 SCRANTON/WB WINS SERIES, 3-1 September 20 at Autozone Park, Memphis, TN IL: Scranton/WB 3 PCL: El Paso 1 SCRANTON/WB WINS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 2016 IL AWARD WINNERS Most Valuable Player...Ben Gamel, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Most Valuable Pitcher... Jake Thompson, Lehigh Valley IronPigs Rookie of the Year...Yandy Diaz, Columbus Clippers Manager of the Year... Al Pedrique, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Executive of the Year...Randy Lewandowski, Indianapolis Indians Sports Turf Manager of the Year...Chad Laurie, Buffalo Bisons 2016 IL POSTSEASON ALL-STARS Catcher...Gary Sanchez, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders First Baseman...Josh Bell, Indianapolis Indians Second Baseman... Donovan Solano, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Third Baseman...Casey McGehee, Toledo Mud Hens Shortstop...Trea Turner, Syracuse Chiefs Outfielders...Ben Gamel, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Aaron Judge, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Chris Marrero, Pawtucket Red Sox Designated Hitter...Jesus Montero, Buffalo Bisons Utility Player... Hernan Iribarren, Louisville Bats Starting Pitcher... Jake Thompson, Lehigh Valley IronPigs Relief Pitcher... Edward Mujica, Lehigh Valley IronPigs/Rochester Red Wings 2016 IL REGULAR SEASON ATTENDANCE BY TOTAL ATTENDANCE BY AVERAGE ATTENDANCE Indianapolis Indians ,888 Charlotte Knights ,173 Lehigh Valley IronPigs ,015 Columbus Clippers ,171 Buffalo Bisons ,755 Durham Bulls ,156 Toledo Mud Hens ,008 Louisville Bats ,030 Rochester Red Wings ,897 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders ,991 Pawtucket Red Sox ,097 Norfolk Tides ,042 Syracuse Chiefs ,427 Gwinnett Braves ,259 Charlotte Knights... 8,974 Indianapolis Indians... 8,970 Columbus Clippers... 8,855 Lehigh Valley IronPigs... 8,729 Buffalo Bisons... 8,039 Toledo Mud Hens... 7,824 Durham Bulls... 7,599 Louisville Bats... 7,127 Rochester Red Wings... 6,396 Pawtucket Red Sox... 6,076 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders... 6,071 Norfolk Tides... 5,486 Syracuse Chiefs... 4,158 Gwinnett Braves... 3, GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

65 2016 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE LEADERBOARD BATTING AVERAGE Hernan Iribarren (LOU) Yandy Diaz (COL) Donovan Solano (SWB) Casey McGehee (TOL) Jesus Montero (BUF) Ben Gamel (SWB) Jesse Winker (LOU) Emilio Bonifacio (GWN) Erik Gonzalez (COL) Josh Bell (IND) HOME RUNS Jesus Aguilar (COL)...30 Adam Brett Walker (ROC)...27 Matt Skole (SYR)...24 Chris Marrero (PAW)...23 Two Players Tied...20 RBI Jesus Aguilar (COL)...92 Matt Skole (SYR)...78 Adam Brett Walker (ROC)...75 Chris Marrero (PAW)...71 Chad Huffman (TOL)...70 STOLEN BASES Emilio Bonifacio (GWN)...37 Alen Hanson (IND)...36 Wilfredo Tovar (ROC)...29 Trea Turner (SYR)...25 Matt den Dekker (SYR)...20 HITS Donovan Solano (SWB) Jesus Montero (BUF) Dariel Alvarez (NOR) Ben Gamel (SWB) Two Players Tied DOUBLES Dariel Alvarez (NOR)...38 Casey McGehee (TOL)...37 Nick Williams (LHV)...33 Donovan Solano (SWB)...33 Chad Huffman (TOL)...33 TRIPLES Scott Schebler (LOU)...8 Trea Turner (SYR)...8 Alen Hanson (IND)...7 Mel Rojas Jr. (GWN)...6 Five Other Players Tied...6 RUNS SCORED Ben Gamel (SWB)...80 Chad Huffman (TOL)...78 Nick Williams (LHV)...78 Matt Skole (SYR)...67 Two Players Tied...64 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Yandy Diaz (COL) Jesse Winker (LOU) Chad Huffman (TOL) Josh Bell (IND) Hernan Iribarren (LOU) SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Darin Ruf (LHV) Chad Huffman (TOL) Steven Moya (TOL) Chris Marrero (PAW) Aaron Judge (SWB) EXTRA-BASE HITS Jesus Aguilar (COL)...56 Chad Huffman (TOL)...55 Chris Marrero (PAW)...55 Adam Brett Walker (ROC)...54 Nick Williams (LHV)...52 TOTAL BASES Jesus Aguilar (COL) Chris Marrero (PAW) Adam Brett Walker (ROC) Donovan Solano (SWB) Christian Walker (NOR) EARNED RUN AVERAGE Jake Thompson (LHV) Ben Lively (LHV) Austin Voth (SYR) Paolo Espino (SYR) Jason Wheeler (ROC) Henry Owens (PAW) Jaime Schultz (DUR) Drew Hutchison (IND) Roenis Elias (PAW) Andrew Albers (ROC) WINS Mike Clevinger (COL) Ben Lively (LHV) Ryan Merritt (COL) Jake Thompson (LHV) Jason Wheeler (ROC) SAVES Edward Mujica (ROC) Rafael Martin (SYR) Ryan Tepera (BUF) Luis Garcia (LHV) Three Players Tied STRIKEOUTS (PITCHING) Jaime Schultz (DUR) Austin Pruitt (DUR) Drew Hutchison (IND) Henry Owens (PAW) Three Players Tied GAMES (PITCHING) Pedro Beato (NOR) Preston Guilmet (TOL) Logan Kensing (TOL) Zach Phillips (IND) Rafael Martin (SYR) COMPLETE GAMES Thad Weber (TOL)... 3 Chris Ellis (GWN)... 2 Williams Perez (GWN)... 2 Nine Other Players Tied... 2 SHUTOUTS Logan Darnell (ROC)... 2 Chris Ellis (GWN)... 1 Williams Perez (GWN)... 1 Ten Other Players Tied... 1 INNINGS PITCHED Chris Volstad (CHA) David Buchanan (LHV) Scott Diamond (BUF) Austin Pruitt (DUR) Austin Voth (SYR) WALKS (PITCHING) Henry Owens (PAW) Robert Stephenson (LOU) Jaime Schultz (DUR) Tyler Glasnow (IND) Two Players Tied WHIP Ben Lively (LHV) Jake Thompson (LHV) Paolo Espino (SYR) Austin Pruitt (DUR) Drew Hutchison (IND) BATTING AVERAGE AGAINST Ben Lively (LHV) Henry Owens (PAW) Drew Hutchison (IND) Jake Thompson (LHV) Robert Stephenson (LOU) HOLDS Pedro Beato (NOR) Logan Kensing (TOL) Preston Guilmet (TOL) Sean Burnett (SYR)... 9 Four Players Tied REVIEW 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 63

66 2016 REVIEW ADDITIONAL IL BATTING LEADERS At-Bats...Dariel Alvarez (NOR), 524 Strikeouts...Adam Brett Walker (ROC), 202 Lowest TPA/SO Ratio...Ronnier Mustelier (GWN), 9.57 Best HR/AB Ratio...Jesus Aguilar (COL), 1/17.17 Sacrifice Hits...Jonathan Diaz (SWB), 16 Sacrifice Flies...Danny Ortiz (IND), Donovan Solano (SWB) and Adam Brett Walker (ROC), 7 Hit By Pitch... Cesar Puello (SWB), 18 Walks...Max Moroff (IND), 90 Caught Stealing...Adam Frazier (IND) and Alen Hanson (IND), 15 GIDP... Willy Garcia (IND), Casey Kotchman (BUF) and Jesus Montero (BUF), 21 ADDITIONAL IL PITCHING LEADERS Winning Percentage... Jake Thompson (LHV) and Ben Lively (LHV),.688 Losses... Scott Diamond (BUF), 15 Hits Allowed...Chris Volstad (CHA), 193 Home Runs Allowed...Austin Pruitt (DUR), 21 At-Bats Against...Chris Volstad (CHA), 692 Total Batters Faced...Chris Volstad (CHA), 735 Runs Allowed...Chris Volstad (CHA), 100 Earned Runs Allowed...Chris Volstad (CHA), 94 Sacrifice Hits Allowed...Trevor Williams (IND) and Wilfredo Boscan (GWN), 7 Sacrifice Flies Allowed... Scott Diamond (BUF) and Logan Darnell (ROC), 9 Hit Batters...Henry Owens (PAW), 13 Wild Pitches... Eddie Gamboa (DUR), 11 Balks...Matt Andriese (DUR), 5 Lowest Opponent Average (Starter)... Ben Lively (LHV),.196 Lowest Opponent Average (Reliever)...Curtis Partch (IND),.196 Highest SO/9 IP Ratio (Starter)...Jaime Schultz (DUR), Highest SO/9 IP Ratio (Reliever)... Zach Phillips (IND), Lowest BB/9 IP Ratio (Starter)...Joe Gunkel (NOR), 1.15 Lowest BB/9 IP Ratio (Reliever)... Preston Guilmet (TOL), 1.19 Fewest Baserunners/9 IP (Starter)... Ben Lively (LHV), 8.64 Fewest Baserunners/9 IP (Reliever)... Richard Rodriguez (NOR), 9.54 FINAL TEAM STATS OFFENSE AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS Scranton/WB Toledo Columbus Gwinnett Louisville Lehigh Valley Norfolk Charlotte Pawtucket Buffalo Indianapolis Rochester Durham Syracuse PITCHING W-L ERA CG SHO SV IP H AB R ER HR BB SO Scranton/WB Lehigh Valley Indianapolis Pawtucket Rochester Columbus Durham Toledo Buffalo Norfolk Syracuse Louisville Gwinnett Charlotte DEFENSE PCT G PO A E TC DP PB OF-A CS SB ATT PCT Rochester Norfolk Columbus Pawtucket Toledo Scranton/WB Syracuse Lehigh Valley Durham Gwinnett Indianapolis Charlotte Buffalo Louisville GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

67 GWINNETT BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON BATTING STATISTICS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG OPS Albies, Ozzie Aybar, Eric Beckham, Gordon Bonifacio, Emilio Brignac, Reid Castro, Daniel d Arnaud, Chase Flowers, Tyler Garcia, Adonis Gaylor, Stephen Hyams, Levi Inciarte, Ender Infante, Omar Kazmar Jr., Sean Kottaras, George Kubitza, Kyle Lalli, Blake Landoni, Emerson Lavarnway, Ryan Lipka, Matt McKenry, Michael Moore, Tyler Mustelier, Ronnier Olivera, Hector Pacheco, Jordan Peterson, Jace Recker, Anthony Rojas Jr., Mel Ruiz, Rio Schlehuber, Braeden Smith, Mallex Snyder, Brandon Tuiasosopo, Matt TEAM TOTALS REVIEW GWINNETT BRAVES 2016 PLAYOFF BATTING STATISTICS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG OPS Bonifacio, Emilio Brignac, Reid Castro, Daniel Kazmar Jr., Sean Kubitza, Kyle Lalli, Blake Lipka, Matt Moore, Tyler Mustelier, Ronnier Rojas Jr., Mel Ruiz, Rio Schlehuber, Braeden Tuiasosopo, Matt TEAM TOTALS GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 65

68 2016 REVIEW GWINNETT BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON PITCHING STATISTICS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Alvarez, Dario / Banuelos, Manny / Blair, Aaron / Boscan, Wilfredo / Bradley, Jed / Brignac, Reid / Burawa, Danny / Burnett, Sean / Chacin, Jhoulys / Cleto, Maikel / F Cunniff, Brandon / De La Cruz, Joel / Ellis, Chris / Foltynewicz, Mike / Gant, John / Harrell, Lucas / Hernandez, Roberto / Hursh, Jason / Janas, Stephen / Jenkins, Tyrell / Johnson, Jim / Kelly, Casey / Kent, Steve / Krol, Ian / Lalli, Blake / Landoni, Emerson / Marksberry, Matt / Mateo, Victor / Moran, Brian / O Flaherty, Eric / Perez, Williams / Peterson, David / Portuondo, Carlos / Ramirez, Jose / Rogers, Chad / Roney, Bradley / Simmons, Shae / Sims, Lucas / Teheran, Julio / Texeira, Kanekoa / Thayer, Dale / Weber, Ryan / Whalen, Rob / Wisler, Matt / Withrow, Chris / Wooten, Rob / Younginer, Madison / TEAM TOTALS / GWINNETT BRAVES 2016 PLAYOFF PITCHING STATISTICS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Blair, Aaron / Cleto, Maikel / Ellis, Chris / Hursh, Jason / Janas, Stephen / Jenkins, Tyrell / Kent, Steve / Moran, Brian / Portuondo, Carlos / Roney, Bradley / Wooten, Rob / Younginer, Madison / TEAM TOTALS / GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

69 GWINNETT BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS PITCHERS PCT G INN PO A E TC DP CS/ATT (PCT) Alvarez, Dario /0 (---) Banuelos, Manny /3 (.333) Blair, Aaron /7 (.286) Boscan, Wilfredo /0 (---) Bradley, Jed /0 (---) Burawa, Danny /3 (.333) Burnett, Sean /0 (---) Chacin, Jhoulys /1 (1.000) Cleto, Maikel /3 (.333) Cunniff, Brandon /6 (.500) De La Cruz, Joel /3 (.000) Ellis, Chris /11 (.273) Foltynewicz, Mike /4 (.250) Gant, John /12 (.167) Harrell, Lucas /4 (.000) Hernandez, Roberto /2 (.000) Hursh, Jason /1 (1.000) Janas, Stephen /6 (.167) Jenkins, Tyrell /8 (.375) Johnson, Jim /0 (---) Kelly, Casey /8 (.375) Kent, Steve /0 (---) Krol, Ian /2 (.000) Marksberry, Matt /2 (.500) Mateo, Victor /2 (1.000) Moran, Brian /2 (.500) O Flaherty, Eric /0 (---) Perez, Williams /2 (.500) Peterson, David /5 (.000) Portuondo, Carlos /0 (---) Ramirez, Jose /5 (.200) Rogers, Chad /0 (---) Roney, Bradley /1 (.000) Simmons, Shae /3 (.333) Sims, Lucas /3 (.000) Teheran, Julio /0 (---) Texeira, Kanekoa /5 (.400) Thayer, Dale /0 (---) Weber, Ryan /9 (.222) Whalen, Rob /2 (1.000) Wisler, Matt /3 (.333) Withrow, Chris /1 (.000) Wooten, Rob /6 (.000) Younginer, Madison /1 (.000) POSITION PLAYERS PCT G INN PO A E TC DP CATCHER CS/ATT (PCT) Albies, Ozzie Aybar, Erick Beckham, Gordon Bonifacio, Emilio Brignac, Reid Castro, Daniel d Arnaud, Chase Flowers, Tyler /1 (.000) Garcia, Adonis Gaylor, Stephen Hyams, Levi Inciarte, Ender Infante, Omar Kazmar Jr., Sean Kottaras, George /8 (.125) Kubitza, Kyle Lalli, Blake /47 (.319) Landoni, Emerson Lavarnway, Ryan /20 (.250) Lipka, Matt McKenry, Michael /9 (.444) Moore, Tyler Mustelier, Ronnier Olivera, Hector Pacheco, Jordan Peterson, Jace Recker, Anthony /33 (.182) Rojas Jr., Mel Ruiz, Rio Schlehuber, Braeden /18 (.333) Smith, Mallex Snyder, Brandon Tuiasosopo, Matt TEAM TOTALS /136 (.272) 2016 REVIEW 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 67

70 2016 TEAM HIGHS & LOWS - REGULAR SEASON CLUB OFFENSE Most Runs, Inning...7 (1st Inning, 4/9 at Norfolk) Most Runs, Game (7/7 at Charlotte) Fewest Runs, Game... 0 (16x, last: 9/2 vs. Durham) Most Hits, Game...19 (4/9 at Norfolk) Fewest Hits, Game... 1 (7/14 vs. Scranton/WB) Most Doubles, Game...6 (6/7 vs. Lehigh Valley) Most Triples, Game...3 (8/20 vs. Rochester) Most Home Runs, Game... 4 (7/8 at Charlotte) Most Home Runs, Inning... 2 (5x, last: 5th Inning, 7/8 at Charlotte) Most Extra-Base Hits, Game...8 (2x, last: 7/7 at Charlotte) Most Stolen Bases, Game...4 (3x, last: 8/15 at Charlotte) Most Caught Stealing, Game... 3 (8/17 at Charlotte) Most Bases-On-Balls, Game (6/22 vs. Indianapolis) Most Hit-By-Pitch, Game...2 (4x, last: 7/20 at Syracuse) Most Strikeouts, Game (5/21 at Charlotte) Most GIDP, Game... 4 (5/28 vs. Syracuse) Most GITP, Game...None Most Left-On-Base, Game (6/15 at Lehigh Valley) Most Hits With RISP, Game... 9 (8/26 at Durham) Longest Scoring Drought Innings (4/23-4/26) 2016 REVIEW CLUB PITCHING Most Runs Allowed, Inning...7 (4th Inning, 5/10 at Rochester) Most Runs Allowed, Game...14 (9/2 vs. Durham) Least Runs Allowed, Game... 0 (10x, last: 9/1 vs. Durham) Most Hits Allowed, Game (2x, last: 9/2 vs. Durham) Fewest Hits Allowed, Game... 0 (6/30 at Louisville) Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning...2 (10x, last: 4th Inning, 8/28 at Durham) Most Home Runs Allowed, Game... 4 (5/3 vs. Toledo) Most Extra-Base Hits Allowed, Game... 7 (3x, last: 9/2 vs. Durham) Most Strikeouts, Game...18 (4/28 at Toledo) Most Walks Allowed, Game...11 (3x, last: 6/21 vs. Indianapolis) Most Wild Pitches, Game...3 (3x, last: 8/17 at Charlotte) Most Hit-Batsmen, Game... 3 (3x, last: 9/2 vs. Durham) Most Balks, Game...1 (4x, last: 8/15 at Charlotte) Most Pickoffs, Game...2 (4/20 vs. Durham) Longest Scoreless Innings Streak Innings (4/13-4/16) CLUB DEFENSE Most Errors, Game... 3 (5x, last: 8/19-G1 vs. Charlotte) Most Double Plays, Game...4 (3x, last: 9/3 vs. Durham) Most Triple Plays, Game...None Most Stolen Bases Allowed, Game...3 (2x, last: 5/28 vs. Syracuse) Most Runners Caught Stealing, Game... 2 (2x, last: 8/22 vs. Rochester) Most Outfield Assists, Game...2 (2x, last: 8/14 vs. Louisville) Most Passed Balls, Game... 2 (2x, last: 7/4 vs. Norfolk) Most Catcher Pickoffs, Game... 1 (2x, last: 6/29 at Indianapolis) CLUB MISCELLANEOUS Longest Winning Streak... 7 Games (7/20-7/27) Longest Losing Streak... 8 Games (7/9-7/19) Largest Margin of Victory...12 Runs (7/7 at Charlotte, 15-3) Largest Margin of Defeat...14 Runs (9/2 vs. Durham, 0-14) Largest Comeback Win...5 Runs (7/31 at Toledo, trailed 1-6, won 9-8) Largest Last At-Bat Win...6 Runs (7/22 at Buffalo, tied 1-1, won 7-1) Largest Blown Lead, Loss...5 Runs (2x, last: 8/16 at Charlotte, led 5-0, lost 5-9) Longest Game, Time...4:43 (8/12 vs. Louisville, 12 Innings) Longest 9-Inning Game, Time... 3:36 (5/15 at Pawtucket) Longest Game, Innings Innings (4/28 at Toledo) Shortest Game, Time...1:23 (7/8 at Charlotte, 5 Innings) Shortest 9-Inning Game, Time...2:03 (6/24 vs. Charlotte) Shortest Game, Innings...5 Innings (7/8 at Charlotte) Longest Home Delay...1:15 (8/20 vs. Rochester) Longest Road Delay... 2:20 (6/3 at Durham) Largest Home Attendance...9,682 (7/4 vs. Norfolk) Largest Road Attendance...17,600 (7/23 at Buffalo) Series Victories (last: 8/29-8/31 vs. Norfolk) Series Losses...23 (last: 9/1-9/3 vs. Durham) Series Splits...9 (last: 9/4-9/5 at Charlotte) Series Sweeps... 5 (last: 8/23-8/25 vs. Buffalo) Series Swept by Opponent... 7 (last: 7/14-7/17 vs. Scranton/WB) 68 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

71 2016 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS - BATTING Most Hits, Game... 4 (6x, last: Reid Brignac, 8/29 vs. Norfolk) Most Runs Scored, Game...4 (Anthony Recker, 6/12 vs. Norfolk) Most Doubles, Game...3 (Matt Tuiasosopo, 6/8 vs. Lehigh Valley) Most Triples, Game...2 (Emilio Bonifacio, 8/20 vs. Rochester) Most Home Runs, Game...2 (7x, last: Reid Brignac, 8/24 vs. Buffalo) Most Extra-Base Hits, Game... 3 (6x, last: Mel Rojas Jr., 8/26 at Durham) Most RBI, Game...5 (2x, last: Rio Ruiz, 8/25 vs. Buffalo) Most Stolen Bases, Game... 3 (Emilio Bonifacio, 8/5 at Durham) Most Caught Stealing, Game... 1 (35x, last: Emilio Bonifacio, 9/1 vs. Durham) Most Walks, Game...4 (Reid Brignac, 4/15 vs. Norfolk) Most Strikeouts, Game... 4 (5x, last: Matt Lipka, 6/17 at Scranton/WB) Most Hit-By-Pitch, Game... 2 (Rio Ruiz, 5/28 vs. Syracuse) Longest Hitting Streak Games (Adonis Garcia, 5/7-5/19) Longest On-Base Streak...17 Games (2x, last: Reid Brignac, 8/10-8/29) Longest Home Run Streak... 4 Games (Adonis Garcia, 5/12-5/15) Longest RBI Streak... 8 Games (Adonis Garcia, 5/11-5/18) Longest Multi-Hit Streak... 4 Games (3x, last: Sean Kazmar Jr., 5/18-5/22) Longest Multi-RBI Streak...3 Games (3x, last: Rio Ruiz, 8/25-8/27) Most Hits, Season (Rio Ruiz) Most Runs Scored, Season...57 (Emilio Bonifacio) Most Doubles, Season...24 (Rio Ruiz) Most Triples, Season...5 (Emilio Bonifacio, Mel Rojas Jr.) Most Home Runs, Season...11 (Matt Tuiasosopo) Most Total Bases, Season (Rio Ruiz) Most RBI, Season...62 (Rio Ruiz) Most Stolen Bases, Season...37 (Emilio Bonifacio) Most Walks, Season...61 (Rio Ruiz) Most Strikeouts, Season (Rio Ruiz) Most Hit-By-Pitch, Season... 4 (Reid Brignac, Adonis Garcia) Most Sacrifice Bunts, Season...7 (Emilio Bonifacio) Most Sacrifice Flies, Season...5 (Rio Ruiz) Most Hits with RISP, Season (Ronnier Mustelier) Most Hits with RISP/2 Outs, Season...16 (Rio Ruiz) Most Multi-Hit Games, Season...38 (Emilio Bonifacio) Most Multi-RBI Games, Season...13 (Rio Ruiz) Highest Batting Average, Season (qualifying) (Emilio Bonifacio) Highest On-Base Percentage, Season (qualifying) (Reid Brignac) Highest Slugging Percentage, Season (qualifying) (Rio Ruiz) Highest OPS, Season (qualifying) (Rio Ruiz) 2016 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS - PITCHING Most Innings, Game (starter) (Williams Perez, 5/6 vs. Charlotte) Most Innings, Game (reliever) (Casey Kelly, 5/16 vs. Durham) Most Strikeouts, Game (starter)...11 (Lucas Sims, 4/28 at Toledo) Most Strikeouts, Game (reliever)... 7 (2x, last: Bradley Roney, 8/21 vs. Rochester) Most Walks, Game (starter)... 7 (Tyrell Jenkins, 8/31 vs. Norfolk) Most Walks, Game (reliever)... 6 (Lucas Sims, 6/5 at Durham) Most Earned Runs Allowed, Game (starter)...8 (Chris Ellis, 7/15 vs. Scranton/WB) Most Earned Runs Allowed, Game (reliever)... 8 (Lucas Sims, 6/5 at Durham) Most HIts Allowed, Game (starter)...11 (John Gant, 5/30 vs. Pawtucket) Most Hits Allowed, Game (reliever)... 8 (Casey Kelly, 6/25 vs. Charlotte) Least Runs Allowed, 9.0 IP Complete Game... 0 (Williams Perez, 5/6 vs. Charlotte) Least Hits Allowed, 9.0 IP Complete Game... 1 (Williams Perez, 5/6 vs. Charlotte) Most Home Runs Allowed, Game (starter)... 3 (2x, last: Lucas Sims, 5/31 vs. Pawtucket) Most Home Runs Allowed, Game (reliever)... 2 (5x, last: Chad Rogers, 8/6 at Durham) Most Consecutive Starts with a Win...3 Starts (Tyrell Jenkins, 8/26-9/5) Most Consecutive Relief Appearances with a Win...2 Games (Matt Marksberry, 7/20-7/22) Most Consecutive Starts with a Loss... 3 Starts (3x, last: Chris Ellis, 8/22-9/5) Most Consecutive Relief Appearances with a Loss...2 Games (2 Players Tied) Most Consecutive Scoreless IP (starter) Innings (Tyrell Jenkins, 5/29-9/5) Most Consecutive Scoreless IP (overall) Innings (Brandon Cunniff, 7/9-9/1) Longest Quality Start Streak...4 Starts (2x, last: John Gant, 4/22-5/24) Longest Converted Saves Streak...5 Saves (Chris Withrow, 5/12-5/24) Most Wins, Season... 9 (Tyrell Jenkins) Most Losses, Season... 7 (Chris Ellis, Kanekoa Texeira) Most IP, Season (Tyrell Jenkins) Most Strikeouts, Season...71 (Aaron Blair) Most Appearances, Season (Jose Ramirez) Lowest ERA, Season (qualifying)... No Qualifiers Lowest WHIP, Season (qualifying)... No Qualifiers Most Complete Games, Season...2 (Chris Ellis, Williams Perez) Most CG Shutouts, Season...1 (Chris Ellis, Williams Perez) Most Saves, Season... 6 (Jose Ramirez) Most Holds, Season... 7 (Stephen Janas) Most Quality Starts, Season... 9 (Tyrell Jenkins) 2016 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS - DEFENSE Most Outfield Assists, Game...2 (Matt Lipka, 8/14 vs. Louisville) Most Errors, Game... 2 (2x, last: Stephen Janas, 8/21 vs. Rochester) Most Passed Balls, Game... 2 (Anthony Recker, 7/4 vs. Norfolk) Most Pickoffs, Game... 2 (Tyrell Jenkins, 4/20 vs. Durham) Most Outfield Assists, Season...12 (Ronnier Mustelier) Most Errors, Season...16 (Ozzie Albies) Most Passed Balls, Season... 7 (Anthony Recker) Most Pickoffs, Season...4 (Tyrell Jenkins) 2016 REVIEW 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 69

72 2016 REVIEW At Coolray Field On the Road Day Games Night Games Extra Innings Doubleheaders Shutout Decisions Last At-Bat Decisions Walk-Off Decisions G-Braves Score First G-Braves Score Last Run Games Run Games Run Games Run Games Leading After 5 Innings Leading After 6 Innings Leading After 7 Innings Leading After 8 Innings Tied After 5 Innings Tied After 6 Innings Tied After 7 Innings Tied After 8 Innings Trailing After 5 Innings Trailing After 6 Innings Trailing After 7 Innings Trailing After 8 Innings With a HR Without a HR Allowing a HR Allowing No HR With an Error Without an Error RECORD BREAKDOWN April May June July August September Pre All-Star Break Post All-Star Break Midway Point (72 Games) Series W/L/T Vs. LH Starter Vs. RH Starter Vs. MLB Rehab Starter Vs. IL South Division Vs. Charlotte Vs. Durham Vs. Norfolk Vs. IL North Division Vs. Buffalo Vs. Lehigh Valley Vs. Pawtucket Vs. Rochester Vs. Scranton/WB Vs. Syracuse Vs. IL West Division Vs. Columbus Vs. Indianapolis Vs. Louisville Vs. Toledo TEAM SITUATIONAL & MONTHLY BREAKDOWN - HITTING Vs. RHP , 56 HR, 426 R, 397 RBI Vs. LHP , 23 HR, 140 R, 130 RBI Home , 36 HR, 279 R, 258 RBI Road , 43 HR, 287 R, 269 RBI Leading Off , 16 HR, 16 RBI Runners On , 37 HR, 485 RBI Bases Loaded , 0 HR, 86 RBI RISP , 24 HR, 436 RBI RISP/2 Outs , 12 HR, 168 RBI April , 9 HR, 90 RBI, 22 SB May , 15 HR, 109 RBI, 18 SB June , 16 HR, 95 RBI, 20 SB July , 18 HR, 95 RBI, 11 SB August , 21 HR, 128 RBI, 22 SB September , 0 HR, 10 RBI, 1 SB TEAM SITUATIONAL & MONTHLY BREAKDOWN - PITCHING Vs. RH BAA, 51 HR, 326 BB, 628 SO Vs. LH BAA, 41 HR, 262 BB, 445 SO Home ERA,.263 BAA, 24 HR, 287 BB, 545 SO Road ERA,.267 BAA, 42 HR, 301 BB, 528 SO Vs. Leadoff BAA, 31 HR, 120 BB, 250 SO Runners On BAA, 38 HR, 311 BB, 477 SO Bases Loaded BAA, 4 HR, 17 BB, 30 SO RISP BAA, 20 HR, 228 BB, 299 SO RISP/2 Outs BAA, 5 HR, 110 BB, 133 SO April ERA,.225 BAA, 5 SV, 196 SO May ERA,.282 BAA, 7 SV, 233 SO June ERA,.262 BAA, 6 SV, 192 SO July ERA,.267 BAA, 7 SV, 196 SO August ERA,.276 BAA, 5 SV, 222 SO September ERA,.299 BAA, 1 SV, 34 SO HITTING Average (4th) Runs Scored (7th) Hits (5th) Doubles (T-4th) Triples (3rd) Home Runs (13th) Total Bases (9th) RBI (7th) Walks (T-8th) Strikeouts (13th) Stolen Bases (5th) On-Base Percentage (5th) Slugging Percentage (9th) OPS (8th) G-BRAVES RANK IN THE IL (Ranking among 14 teams) PITCHING ERA (13th) Complete Games...5 (T-3rd) Shutouts (T-10th) Innings (10th) Most Hits Allowed (4th) Most Runs Allowed (2nd) Most Earned Runs Allowed (2nd) Most Home Runs Allowed...92 (10th) Most Walks (1st) Most Strikeouts (5th) Saves (T-10th) Holds...45 (8th) WHIP (14th) DEFENSE Fielding Percentage (10th) Most Errors (T-5th) Double Plays Turned (2nd) 70 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

73 SCORE BY INNING X TOTAL G-Braves Opponents MULTI-HIT GAMES MULTI-RBI GAMES HOME RUNS 2H 3H 4H 5H 2 RBI 3 RBI 4 RBI 5 RBI SOLO 2-RUN 3-RUN GS Albies Aybar Beckham 1 Bonifacio Brignac Castro d Arnaud Flowers 1 Garcia Gaylor Hyams Inciarte 1 Infante Kazmar Jr Kottaras Kubitza 1 1 Lalli Landoni 6 1 Lavarnway 7 3 Lipka McKenry 1 1 Moore Mustelier Olivera Pacheco J. Peterson 3 1 Recker Rojas Jr Ruiz Schlehuber M. Smith Snyder Tuiasosopo TOTALS: REVIEW HOME RUN VARIANTS Leadoff (Game) Homers (1x)...Ozzie Albies, 5/18 vs. Durham Walk-Off Homers (1x)...Anthony Recker, 6/22 vs. Indianapolis (10th Inning) Pinch-Hit Homers (1x)...George Kottaras, 7/19 at Syracuse (9th Inning) Inside-the-Park Homers (1x)...Sean Kazmar Jr., 7/26 vs. Indianapolis (6th Inning) Back-to-Back Homers (2x)... Chase d Arnaud/Reid Brignac, 5/1 vs. Columbus (1st Inning) Anthony Recker/Reid Brignac, 6/14 at Lehigh Valley (6th Inning) LONG HITTING STREAKS (10-Plus Games) PLAYER LENGTH/DATES STATS Adonis Garcia 13 Games (5/7-5/19).347 (17-49), 5 2B, 4 HR, 13 RBI Anthony Recker 12 Games (6/11-6/25).354 (17-48), 3 2B, 5 HR, 11 RBI Rio Ruiz 11 Games (6/16-6/26).378 (17-45), 2B, HR, 6 R, 3 RBI Emilio Bonifacio 10 Games (8/7-8/19).421 (16-38), 2B, 3B, 9 R, 6 RBI, 7 SB PINCH HITTERS (.273, 9-33, 2 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR, 3 R, 4 RBI) Bonifacio (0-1) Kelly (0-0) Moore (0-1) Brignac (1-1) Kubitza (1-2, 3B, R, RBI) Mustelier (1-2, 2B) Castro (0-1) Lalli (1-2, 2B) Recker (0-0) Hyams (0-1) Landoni (2-9) Ruiz (0-1) Kazmar Jr. (0-2) Lipka (0-1) Schlehuber (1-3, R, RBI) Kottaras (1-2, HR, R, 2 RBI) McKenry (1-1) Tuiasosopo (0-3) 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 71

74 LAST AT-BAT WINS (16) DATE/OPPONENT SCORE (INNING) GAME WINNING PLAY 4/8 at Norfolk 4-2 (10th) Tyler Moore 2-run HR to left-center. 4/12 at Durham 6-5 (10th) Brandon Snyder RBI groundout. 4/28 at Toledo 4-3 (15th) Ronnier Mustelier RBI single to right-center. 5/4 vs. Toledo 2-1 (12th) Ozzie Albies walk-off single to center. 5/30 vs. Pawtucket 6-5 (8th) Rio Ruiz solo HR to right-center. 6/21 vs. Indianapolis 8-7 (12th) Mel Rojas Jr. walk-off triple to right. 6/22 vs. Indianapolis 4-3 (10th) Anthony Recker walk-off solo HR to left-center. 7/20 at Syracuse 3-2 (9th) Omar Infante 2-run single to left. 7/21 at Buffalo 3-2 (9th) Ronnier Mustelier bases-loaded walk. 7/22 at Buffalo 7-1 (9th) Reid Brignac RBI double to left. 7/23 at Buffalo 2-1 (9th) Rio Ruiz RBI single to right-center. 7/31 at Toledo 9-8 (10th) George Kottaras RBI groundout. 8/1 vs. Charlotte 4-3 (8th) Michael McKenry solo HR to left-center. 8/13 vs. Louisville 7-6 (8th) LOU s Beau Amaral error in CF (Omar Infante line drive). 8/29 vs. Norfolk 6-5 (9th) Ronnier Mustelier walk-off RBI fielder s choice. 9/1 vs. Durham 1-0 (11th) Daniel Castro walk-off single to left REVIEW STARTS BY BATTING ORDER 1 Bonifacio (67), Albies (48), Rojas Jr. (12), Lipka (7), d Arnaud (4), M. Smith (3), Inciarte (2) 2 Brignac (30), Bonifacio (23), Infante (23), Castro (13), d Arnaud (13), J. Peterson (11), Kazmar Jr. (7), Mustelier (7), Aybar (4), Rojas Jr. (4), Kubitza (3), Pacheco (2), Beckham (1), Landoni (1), McKenry (1) 3 Brignac (44), Mustelier (19), Tuiasosopo (19), Bonifacio (11), Rojas Jr. (11), J. Peterson (8), Snyder (7), Recker (5), Kottaras (4), Aybar (3), Ruiz (3), Beckham (2), Flowers (2), Garcia (2), Kazmar Jr. (2), Olivera (1) 4 Ruiz (30), Tuiasosopo (19), Garcia (17), Moore (16), Mustelier (15), Lavarnway (11), Rojas Jr. (11), Recker (8), Brignac (5), Olivera (5), Kazmar Jr. (4), Snyder (2) 5 Ruiz (48), Mustelier (20), Kazmar Jr. (16), Tuiasosopo (15), Rojas Jr. (11), Lalli (6), Moore (6), Lavarnway (5), Brignac (4), Olivera (3), Snyder (3), Kottaras (2), Kubitza (1), Lipka (1), McKenry (1), Recker (1) 6 Mustelier (36), Ruiz (22), Lalli (17), Kazmar Jr. (14), Rojas Jr. (9), Lavarnway (8), Recker (6), Brignac (5), Kubitza (5), McKenry (5), Castro (4), Kottaras (3), Lipka (3), Moore (2), Tuiasosopo (2), Landoni (1), J. Peterson (1) 7 Lalli (38), Ruiz (21), Kazmar Jr. (20), Mustelier (13), Lipka (10), Snyder (9), Castro (6), Recker (6), Brignac (5), Kubitza (3), Tuiasosopo (3), Kottaras (2), McKenry (2), Bonifacio (1), Infante (1), Landoni (1), Lavarnway (1), Rojas Jr. (1) 8 Castro (21), Lalli (21), Lipka (21), Snyder (12), Kazmar Jr. (10), Recker (10), Landoni (9), Ruiz (7), Schlehuber (6), Albies (4), McKenry (4), J. Peterson (4), Kubitza (3), Bonifacio (2), Brignac (2), Hyams (2), Infante (2), Mustelier (2), Rojas Jr. (1) 9 Starting Pitchers (30), Schlehuber (27), Lalli (15), Castro (14), Landoni (13), Kazmar Jr. (10), Snyder (7), d Arnaud (5), Hyams (4), Lipka (4), Albies (3), Kottaras (2), J. Peterson (2), Recker (2), Bonifacio (1), Brignac (1), Gaylor (1), Kubitza (1), Rojas Jr. (1) STARTS BY POSITION C Lalli (42), Recker (33), Schlehuber (30), Lavarnway (22), Kottaras (7), McKenry (7), Flowers (2) 1B Lalli (52), Tuiasosopo (25), Brignac (24), Kazmar Jr. (19), Moore (12), Kubitza (4), Kottaras (2), Pacheco (2), Recker (1), Schlehuber (1), Snyder 1) 2B Brignac (38), Infante (25), Albies (23), Kazmar Jr. (17), J. Peterson (16), Landoni (14), Hyams (5), Beckham (2), Bonifacio (2), Castro (1) 3B Ruiz (118), Kazmar Jr. (9), Landoni (6), Mustelier (6), Kubitza (3), Beckham (1) SS Castro (56), Albies (31), Brignac (24), Kazmar Jr. (21), Aybar (6), d Arnaud (3), Landoni (2) LF Mustelier (63), Garcia (17), Bonifacio (14), Snyder (10), Rojas Jr. (9), Tuiasosopo (9), Olivera (8), Brignac (5), Moore (5), Kubitza (2), Gaylor (1) CF Bonifacio (73), Lipka (42), J. Peterson (10), d Arnaud (7), Rojas Jr. (3), M. Smith (3), Snyder (3), Inciarte (2) RF Rojas Jr. (48), Snyder (23), Tuiasosopo (18), Mustelier (17), d Arnaud (12), Bonifacio (11), Kubitza (5), Lipka (4), Landoni (3), Schlehuber (2) DH Mustelier (26), Kazmar Jr. (17), Ruiz (13), Moore (7), McKenry (6), Tuiasosopo (6), Bonifacio (5), Brignac (5), Kottaras (4), Recker (4), Lalli (3), Lavarnway (3), Snyder (3), Garcia (2), Kubitza (2), Albies (1), Aybar (1), Castro (1), Hyams (1), Infante (1), Olivera (1), Rojas Jr. (1) P Ellis (15), Blair (13), Jenkins (12), Kelly (12), Gant (10), Sims (10), Banuelos (9), Texeira (8), Wooten (6), De La Cruz (5), Foltynewicz (5), Harrell (5), Weber (5), W. Perez (4), Simmons (4), Wisler (4), Bradley (3), R. Hernandez (3), Whalen (3), Boscan (2), V. Mateo (2), Chacin (1), Janas (1), Teheran (1) PITCHING BREAKDOWN W-L ERA IP R ER HR BB SO SO/9 IP BB/9 IP Starters Relievers TOTAL GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

75 STARTING PITCHER COMPARISON (*Runs scored while starter is in the game) PITCHERS (24) W/L, ERA TEAM W-L QUALITY TOTAL SUPPORT* AVG. SUPPORT Banuelos, Manny 0-2, Runs 2.33 RPG Blair, Aaron 5-4, Runs 3.00 RPG Boscan, Wilfredo 0-2, Runs 1.50 RPG Bradley, Jed 2-0, Runs 4.33 RPG Chacin, Jhoulys 1-0, Runs 2.00 RPG De La Cruz, Joel 0-2, Runs 1.40 RPG Ellis, Chris 4-7, Runs 2.86 RPG Foltynewicz, Mike 1-2, Runs 2.80 RPG Gant, John 3-3, Runs 2.50 RPG Harrell, Lucas 1-1, Runs 2.25 RPG Hernandez, Roberto 0-2, Runs 2.33 RPG Janas, Stephen 0-1, Run 1.00 RPG Jenkins, Tyrell 7-3, Runs 3.83 RPG Kelly, Casey 2-5, Runs 1.08 RPG Mateo, Victor 0-1, Runs 2.00 RPG Perez, Williams 1-2, Runs 1.50 RPG Simmons, Shae 0-0, Runs 1.50 RPG Sims, Lucas 2-5, Runs 2.30 RPG Teheran, Julio 0-1, Run 1.00 RPG Texeira, Kanekoa 1-4, Runs 2.38 RPG Weber, Ryan 1-1, Runs 1.80 RPG Whalen, Rob 0-1, Runs 1.00 RPG Wisler, Matt 2-1, Runs 3.25 RPG Wooten, Rob 2-2, Runs 2.33 RPG TOTALS: 35-52, Runs 2.43 RPG RELIEF PITCHER COMPARISON PITCHERS (36) W/L, ERA G/GF SV/OPP HOLDS IR/RS Alvarez, Dario 0-0, /1 0/0 2 5/2 Boscan, Wilfredo 0-0, /1 0/0 0 0/0 Brignac, Reid 0-1, /1 0/0 0 0/0 Burawa, Danny 1-0, /1 1/1 0 0/0 Burnett, Sean 0-0, /1 0/0 2 4/2 Cleto, Maikel 2-0, /12 4/6 0 7/5 Cunniff, Brandon 3-3, /17 2/5 3 15/3 De La Cruz, Joel 1-1, /3 0/1 0 8/2 Gant, John 0-0, /1 0/0 0 0/0 Harrell, Lucas 1-0, /1 0/0 0 0/0 Hursh, Jason 0-0, /2 0/0 2 3/2 Janas, Stephen 3-1, /5 1/1 7 10/2 Jenkins, Tyrell 2-0, /0 0/0 1 2/0 Johnson, Jim 0-0, /0 0/0 0 0/0 Kelly, Casey 1-1, /0 0/0 1 0/0 Kent, Steve 0-0, /0 0/0 0 0/0 Krol, Ian 1-2, /3 1/1 4 6/1 Lalli, Blake 1-0, /3 0/0 0 3/1 Landoni, Emerson 0-0, /2 0/0 0 0/0 Marksberry, Matt 4-2, /3 0/1 6 14/7 Mateo, Victor 0-0, /0 0/0 0 1/0 Moran, Brian 0-0, /0 0/0 1 9/4 O Flaherty, Eric 0-0, /0 0/0 0 0/0 Peterson, David 0-2, /9 3/6 0 9/6 Portuondo, Carlos 1-1, /2 0/0 0 0/0 Ramirez, Jose 3-2, /22 6/ /7 Rogers, Chad 1-0, /1 0/1 0 7/4 Roney, Bradley 3-0, /7 4/4 1 12/4 Simmons, Shae 0-0, /8 1/1 0 0/0 Sims, Lucas 0-1, /0 0/0 0 0/0 Texeira, Kanekoa 0-3, /6 0/2 5 5/0 Thayer, Dale 0-0, /0 0/0 1 0/0 Weber, Ryan 1-2, /9 1/1 1 6/6 Withrow, Chris 0-1, /6 5/6 2 4/0 Wooten, Rob 1-3, /8 1/3 3 18/8 Younginer, Madison 0-0, /3 1/2 1 6/5 TOTALS: 30-26, /138 31/ / REVIEW 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 73

76 2016 REVIEW 2016 TRANSACTIONS DATE (#) MOVES 4/7 (0) Opening Day Roster announced. RH Pitchers (12): Aaron Blair, Danny Burawa, Jhoulys Chacin, Brandon Cunniff, Joel De La Cruz, Mike Foltynewicz, Tyrell Jenkins, Casey Kelly, David Peterson, Ryan Weber, Chris Withrow, Madison Younginer. LH Pitchers (1): Ian Krol. Catchers (2): Blake Lalli, Ryan Lavarnway. Infielders (6): Reid Brignac, Daniel Castro, Sean Kazmar Jr., Tyler Moore, Rio Ruiz, Brandon Snyder. Outfielders (4): Chase d Arnaud, Ronnier Mustelier, Mallex Smith, Matt Tuiasosopo. Disabled List (4): Brady Feigl (LHP), Braeden Schlehuber (C), Kanekoa Texeira (RHP), Rob Wooten (RHP). 4/10 (2) RHP Chris Withrow recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP John Gant optioned to GWN by ATL. 4/11 (3) OF Mallex Smith recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Joel De La Cruz had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. OF/INF Emilio Bonifacio, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. 4/12 (2) RHP Jhoulys Chacin had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Joel De La Cruz optioned to GWN by ATL. 4/13 (1) INF Daniel Castro recalled by ATL from GWN. 4/14 (4) RHP Kanekoa Texeira activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Rob Wooten activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Jose Ramirez cleared waivers and assigned to GWN by ATL. RHP Mike Foltynewicz placed on GWN temporary inactive list. 4/16 (2) C Braeden Schlehuber activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Jose Ramirez placed on the GWN disabled list, retroactive to 4/14. 4/18 (2) RHP Mike Foltynewicz activated off the GWN temporary inactive list. RHP Ryan Weber recalled by ATL from GWN. 4/20 (2) RHP Casey Kelly recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Williams Perez optioned to GWN by ATL. 4/21 (2) RHP Jose Ramirez activated off the GWN disabled list. C Braeden Schlehuber transferred to DAN from GWN. 4/23 (4) RHP Casey Kelly optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Lucas Sims promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Joel De La Cruz and RHP Madison Younginer transferred to MIS from GWN. 4/24 (4) RHP Aaron Blair had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. LHP Matt Marksberry optioned to GWN by ATL. C Braeden Schlehuber promoted to GWN from DAN. RHP Rob Wooten transferred to DAN from GWN. 4/25 (2) RHP Joel De La Cruz promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Danny Burawa transferred to MIS from GWN. 4/27 (4) RHP John Gant recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Ryan Weber optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Rob Wooten promoted to GWN from DAN. 1B Tyler Moore placed on the GWN disabled list (left knee bursitis). 4/29 (2) INF Levi Hyams promoted to GWN from DAN. C Braeden Schlehuber transferred to DAN from GWN. 4/30 (2) SS Ozzie Albies promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Kanekoa Texeira transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/2 (12) RHP Mike Foltynewicz recalled by ATL from GWN. INF Reid Brignac, OF/INF Chase d Arnaud and OF Matt Tuiasosopo had their contracts selected by ATL from GWN. RHP John Gant, INF Jace Peterson and RHP Chris Withrow optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Kanekoa Texeira and C Braeden Schlehuber promoted to GWN from DAN. INF Emerson Landoni promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Joel De La Cruz and RHP Rob Wooten transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/3 (2) LHP Sean Burnett, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. RHP Kanekoa Texeira transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/4 (5) OF Ender Inciarte, on ATL disabled list (left hamstring strain) since 4/9, assigned to rehab with GWN. RHP Joel De La Cruz promoted to GWN from DAN. 1B Tyler Moore activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP David Peterson transferred to DAN from GWN. INF/OF Brandon Snyder placed on the GWN disabled list (retroactive to 5/2). 5/6 (2) INF Gordon Beckham, on ATL disabled list (left hamstring strain) since 4/17, assigned to rehab with GWN. INF Jace Peterson placed on GWN paternity list (retroactive to 5/5). 5/7 (4) OF Ender Inciarte completed rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. OF Adonis Garcia optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP David Peterson promoted to GWN from DAN. 1B Tyler Moore placed on GWN disabled list (retroactive to 5/5). 5/8 (2) RHP Kanekoa Texeira promoted to GWN from DAN. RHP Brandon Cunniff transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/9 (2) INF Jace Peterson activated off the GWN paternity list. C Braeden Schlehuber transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/10 (3) INF Gordon Beckham completed rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. LHP Ian Krol recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Brandon Cunniff promoted to GWN from DAN. 5/11 (4) RHP Williams Perez recalled by ATL from GWN. OF Matt Tuiasosopo outrighted to GWN by ATL. C Anthony Recker assigned to GWN by ATL. INF Levi Hyams transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/13 (1) C Ryan Lavarnway released by ATL. 5/14 (1) INF/OF Brandon Snyder activated off the GWN disabled list. 5/16 (1) RHP Shae Simmons, on the ATL disabled list (2015 Tommy John surgery), assigned to rehab with GWN. 5/18 (2) RHP John Gant recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Aaron Blair optioned to GWN by ATL. 5/20 (4) RHP Joel De La Cruz recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP John Gant optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Victor Mateo promoted to GWN from MIS. LHP Sean Burnett released by ATL. 5/21 (5) RHP Shae Simmons had his rehab assignment transferred to ROM from GWN. RHP Lucas Harrell, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. RHP Rob Wooten, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. RHP Victor Mateo transferred to MIS from GWN. RHP Jose Ramirez transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/22 (2) RHP Casey Kelly recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Joel De La Cruz optioned to GWN by ATL. 5/24 (4) C Braeden Schlehuber and RHP Jose Ramirez promoted to GWN from DAN. INF Sean Kazmar Jr. placed on GWN paternity list. RHP Kanekoa Texeira transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/25 (2) LHP Manny Banuelos, optioned to GWN by ATL on 5/23, activated on GWN roster. RHP David Peterson placed on GWN disabled list. 5/26 (2) RHP Chris Withrow recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Casey Kelly optioned to GWN by ATL. 5/27 (3) OF Adonis Garcia recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Brandon Cunniff transferred to MIS from GWN. LHP Dario Alvarez, selected by ATL off waivers from NYM and optioned to GWN on 5/25, activated on GWN roster. 5/28 (3) RHP Aaron Blair recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Kanekoa Texeira promoted to GWN from DAN. RHP Jim Johnson had his rehab assignment transferred to GWN from ROM. 5/29 (1) OF Stephen Gaylor promoted to GWN from CAR. 5/30 (2) INF Reid Brignac cleared waivers and was added to GWN by ATL. RHP Kanekoa Texeira transferred to DAN from GWN. 5/31 (1) RHP Ryan Weber recalled by ATL from GWN. 6/1 (4) INF Sean Kazmar Jr. activated off the GWN paternity list. OF Stephen Gaylor transferred to CAR from GWN. RHP Bradley Roney promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP David Peterson activated from the GWN disabled list and transferred to CAR. 6/2 (1) INF/OF Brandon Snyder had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. 6/3 (3) RHP Jim Johnson completed rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. RHP Ryan Weber optioned to GWN by ATL. SS Erick Aybar, on ATL disabled list since 5/28 (right foot contusion), assigned to rehab with GWN. 6/4 (1) RHP John Gant recalled by ATL from GWN. 6/5 (2) RHP Shae Simmons continues rehab assignment with GWN. RHP Stephen Janas promoted to GWN from MIS. 6/6 (4) RHP Dale Thayer, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent on 5/23, assigned to GWN. RHP Stephen Janas transferred to MIS from GWN. RHP Casey Kelly recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP John Gant optioned to GWN by ATL. 6/8 (2) RHP John Gant recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Stephen Janas promoted to GWN from MIS. 6/10 (2) INF Jace Peterson recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Shae Simmons had his rehab assignment transferred to MIS from GWN. 6/11 (2) RHP Dale Thayer released by ATL. RHP Kanekoa Texeira promoted to GWN from DAN. 6/12 (2) SS Erick Aybar completed rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. INF Daniel Castro optioned to GWN by ATL. 6/13 (1) RHP Ryan Weber recalled by ATL from GWN. 74 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

77 2016 TRANSACTIONS (Continued) DATE (#) MOVES 6/14 (2) LHP Dario Alvarez recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Ryan Weber optioned to GWN by ATL. 6/15 (1) OF Matt Lipka promoted to GWN from MIS. 6/16 (4) RHP Tyrell Jenkins recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Casey Kelly optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Chris Ellis promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Lucas Sims transferred to MIS from GWN. 6/20 (1) RHP Brandon Cunniff promoted to GWN from MIS. 6/21 (3) OF/INF Emilio Bonifacio had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. OF Mel Rojas Jr. promoted to GWN from MIS. SS Daniel Castro placed on the GWN disabled list (right shoulder soreness). 6/24 (2) INF Jordan Pacheco signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. INF Sean Kazmar Jr. placed on GWN disabled list, retroactive to 6/22 (back spasms). 6/25 (3) RHP Mike Foltynewicz, on the ATL disabled list since 5/31 (right elbow soreness), assigned to rehab with GWN. LHP Matt Marksberry recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Aaron Blair optioned to GWN from ATL. 6/28 (1) RHP Casey Kelly recalled by ATL from GWN. 6/29 (2) RHP Joel De La Cruz had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. LHP Matt Marksberry optioned to GWN by ATL. 6/30 (5) RHP Mike Foltynewicz completes his rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. INF Ozzie Albies transferred to MIS from GWN. INF Jordan Pacheco placed on GWN disabled list (retroactive to 6/29). INF Sean Kazmar activated off GWN disabled list. INF Levi Hyams promoted to GWN from MIS. 7/2 (3) RHP Lucas Harrell had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Casey Kelly optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Maikel Cleto, signed by ATL out of the Mexican League, assigned to GWN. 7/3 (2) OF Ronnier Mustelier had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. SS Daniel Castro activated off the GWN disabled list. 7/4 (2) OF Ronnier Mustelier optioned to GWN by ATL. OF Matt Tuiasosopo placed on the GWN disabled list. 7/6 (2) INF Omar Infante, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. C Anthony Recker placed on the GWN temporary inactive list. 7/9 (2) OF Emilio Bonifacio outrighted to GWN by ATL. INF Levi Hyams transferred to MIS from GWN. 7/13 (2) C Anthony Recker activated off the GWN temporary inactive list. RHP Kanekoa Texeira placed on the GWN disabled list. 7/14 (3) RHP Rob Whalen promoted to GWN from MIS. LHP Manny Banuelos transferred to MIS from GWN. LHP Eric O Flaherty, on ATL disabled list (right knee strain) since 6/13, had rehab assignment transferred from ROME to GWN. 7/15 (2) C Anthony Recker had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Roberto Hernandez, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. 7/16 (3) LHP Eric O Flaherty completes rehab with GWN, activated by ATL. C George Kottaras, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. INF Emerson Landoni placed on the GWN disabled list. 7/19 (1) OF Hector Olivera, on the ATL restricted list since 4/13, had rehab assignment transferred from GCL Braves to GWN. 7/23 (2) C Michael McKenry, signed by ATL as a MiLB free agent, assigned to GWN. C Braeden Schlehuber placed on the GWN disabled list. 7/28 (4) RHP Jose Ramirez had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. LHP Matt Marksberry recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Kanekoa Texeira activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Victor Mateo activated off the MIS disabled list and promoted to GWN. 7/29 (2) RHP Ryan Weber recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Jason Hursh promoted to GWN from MIS. 7/31 (5) OF Hector Olivera, on a rehab assignment with GWN, traded to SD by ATL. INF Daniel Castro recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Matt Wisler, optioned to GWN by ATL on 7/29, joins GWN roster. RHP Casey Kelly placed on the GWN disabled list (back strain). INF Emerson Landoni activated off the GWN disabled list. 8/2 (1) LHP Brady Feigl, on the GWN disabled list, assigned to rehab with the GCL Braves. 8/3 (4) RHP Brandon Cunniff and RHP Rob Whalen had their contracts selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Ryan Weber and INF Daniel Castro optioned to GWN by ATL. 8/4 (3) RHP Madison Younginer promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Aaron Blair and RHP Rob Wooten placed on GWN disabled list (both retroactive to 8/3). 8/5 (1) RHP Chad Rogers, acquired by ATL via trade with CIN, assigned to GWN. 8/6 (2) RHP Roberto Hernandez had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP John Gant, on the ATL disabled list since 6/28, had his rehab assignment transferred to GWN from ROM. 8/7 (2) RHP Madison Younginer had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Carlos Portuondo promoted to GWN from MIS. 8/9 (3) RHP Shae Simmons activated off the ATL disabled list and optioned to GWN. RHP Maikel Cleto placed on the GWN disabled list (retroactive to 8/8). RHP Wilfredo Boscan claimed by ATL off waivers from PIT, placed on GWN disabled list. 8/10 (1) LHP Brian Moran, signed by ATL out of the independent Atlantic League, assigned to GWN. 8/11 (1) INF/OF Brandon Snyder outrighted to GWN and placed on GWN temporary inactive list (paternity leave). 8/12 (2) RHP Jason Hursh had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Brandon Cunniff optioned to GWN by ATL. 8/13 (3) RHP Ryan Weber recalled by ATL from GWN. 3B Kyle Kubitza, claimed by ATL off waivers from TEX on 8/12, optioned to GWN. C Tyler Flowers, on the ATL disabled list since 7/10, had his rehab assignment transferred to GWN from GCL Braves. 8/14 (2) RHP Julio Teheran, on the ATL disabled list since 7/30, assigned to rehab with GWN. C Michael McKenry traded by ATL to MIL in exchange for cash considerations. 8/15 (3) OF/INF Brandon Snyder activated off the GWN temporary inactive list (paternity leave). RHP Rob Wooten activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Victor Mateo placed on the GWN disabled list. 8/16 (4) 8/16 (4) C Tyler Flowers had his rehab assignment transferred to ROME from GWN. INF Omar Infante released by ATL. RHP Maikel Cleto activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Roberto Hernandez placed on the GWN restricted list. 8/18 (2) RHP Aaron Blair activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Chad Rogers released by ATL. 8/19 (4) RHP Julio Teheran completed rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. C George Kottaras released by ATL. C Braeden Schlehuber activated off the GWN disabled list. INF/OF Tyler Moore, on the GWN disabled list, assigned to rehab with GCL Braves. 8/20 (4) RHP Jason Hursh, optioned to GWN by ATL on 8/18, joins GWN. RHP Jed Bradley promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Carlos Portuondo transferred to CAR from GWN. RHP Kanekoa Texeira placed on the GWN disabled list. 8/21 (1) RHP John Gant completed rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. 8/22 (2) RHP Wilfredo Boscan activated off the GWN disabled list. LHP Brian Moran placed on the GWN disabled list. 8/23 (4) RHP Tyrell Jenkins, optioned to GWN by ATL on 8/21, joins GWN active roster. 1B Tyler Moore completed rehab assignment with GCL Braves, activated by GWN. INF Emerson Landoni and OF Matt Lipka placed on the GWN disabled list. 8/25 (7) RHP Matt Wisler and RHP Brandon Cunniff recalled by ATL from GWN. OF Brandon Snyder had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Madison Younginer optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Kanekoa Texeira activated off the GWN disabled list. RHP Victor Mateo activated off the GWN disabled list, transferred to MIS. RHP Chris Withrow, on the ATL disabled list since 8/5, assigned to rehab with GWN. 8/28 (3) RHP Aaron Blair recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP John Gant optioned to GWN by ATL. RHP Chris Withrow had his rehab assignment transferred to ROME from GWN. 8/29 (2) OF Matt Lipka activated off the GWN disabled list. 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78 2016 TRANSACTIONS (Continued) DATE (#) MOVES 8/30 (5) RHP Shae Simmons and RHP John Gant recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Brandon Cunniff optioned to GWN by ATL. LHP Brian Moran activated off GWN disabled list. RHP Chris Withrow had his rehab assignment transferred to GWN from ROM. 9/1 (6) RHP Chris Withrow completed his rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. LHP Jed Bradley had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Kanekoa Texeira placed on the GWN disabled list. INF Emerson Landoni activated off the GWN disabled list. LHP Steve Kent promoted to GWN from MIS. RHP Williams Perez, on the ATL disabled list since 6/8, had his rehab assignment transferred to GWN from ROM. 9/2 (1) RHP Williams Perez completed his rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL. 9/3 (2) RHP Brandon Cunniff recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Carlos Portuondo promoted to GWN from CAR. 9/7 (2) RHP Wilfredo Boscan released by ATL. OF Matt Tuiasosopo activated off the GWN disabled list. 9/8 (1) RHP Aaron Blair, on the ATL disabled list since 8/29, assigned to rehab with GWN. 9/9 (2) SS Daniel Castro recalled by ATL from GWN. RHP Victor Mateo activated off MIS disabled list, promoted to GWN. 9/11 (1) C Blake Lalli had his contract selected by ATL from GWN. 9/12 (3) C Sal Giardina promoted to GWN from CAR. INF Reed Harper promoted to GWN from MIS. INF Emerson Landoni placed on GWN disabled list. 9/17 (3) CF Emilio Bonifacio and 3B Rio Ruiz had their contracts selected by ATL from GWN. RHP Tyrell Jenkins recalled by ATL from GWN. 9/18 (1) RHP Aaron Blair completed his rehab assignment with GWN, activated by ATL REVIEW 2016 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. NOR W, T-1st (0.0 GB) Chacin (1-0) / Despaigne / D. Peterson (1) 2:51 / 6,477 NOR W, 4-2 (10) 2-0 1st (1.0 GA) Burawa (1-0) / Z. Phillips / Younginer (1) 3:08 / 3,096 NOR W, st (1.0 GA) Blair (1-0) / Redmond / None 2:49 / 3,128 NOR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Z. Phillips / Krol (0-1) / None 2:50 / 3,456 DUR L, 5-6 (11) 3-2 2nd (1.0 GB) Sturdevant / D. Peterson (0-1) / None 3:36 / 3,414 DUR W, 6-5 (10) 4-2 T-1st (0.0 GB) Cunniff (1-0) / Varona / Burawa (1) 3:31 / 2,832 DUR W, st (1.0 GA) Foltynewicz (1-0) / Andriese / None 2:58 / 8,716 4/14 vs. NOR W, st (1.0 GA) Blair (2-0) / Additon / None 2:35 / 5,172 4/15 vs. NOR W, st (1.0 GA) Jenkins (1-0) / Redmond / None 2:45 / 3,352 4/16 vs. NOR W, st (2.0 GA) C. Kelly (1-0) / Doyle / None 2:17 / 6,208 4/17 vs. NOR W, st (3.0 GA) Gant (1-0) / Miranda / D. Peterson (2) 2:08 / 4,767 4/18 vs. DUR L, st (2.0 GA) Andriese / Foltynewicz (1-1) / Garton 3:00 / 1,172 4/19 vs. DUR W, st (3.0 GA) Blair (3-0) / J. Schultz / None 2:31 / 830 4/20 vs. DUR L, st (2.0 GA) Pruitt / Jenkins (1-1) / Sturdevant 2:39 / 1,268 CHA L, 1-2 (10) st (1.0 GA) Barnette / Cunniff (1-1) / None 3:17 / 9,410 CHA L, 5-8 (10) st (0.5 GA) D. Webb / D. Peterson (0-2) / None 3:06 / 10,227 COL L, st (1.0 GA) Merritt / Sims (0-1) / None 2:30 / 8,505 COL L, T-1st (0.0 GB) W. Roberts / Foltynewicz (1-2) / J. Johnson 2:30 / 8,585 COL L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Clevinger / W. Perez (0-1) / None 2:28 / 7,415 TOL W, st (1.0 GA) Jenkins (2-1) / T. Weber / D. Peterson (3) 2:26 / 3,756 TOL W, st (2.0 GA) Texeira (1-0) / Turley / None 2:49 / 3,688 TOL W, 4-3 (15) st (3.0 GA) Cunniff (2-1) / Molleken / None 4:34 / 4,415 4/29 vs. COL L, st (3.0 GA) J. Johnson / R. Weber (0-1) / None 2:59 / 4,469 4/30 vs. COL L, 2-6 (6) st (2.0 GA) Clevinger / W. Perez (0-2) / None 1:43 / 6,413 5/1 vs. COL L, st (2.0 GA) Paulino / J. Ramirez (0-1) / Armstrong 3:17 / 3,288 5/2 vs. TOL L, st (1.0 GA) Turley / Krol (0-2) / None 2:44 / 1,045 5/3 vs. TOL L, st (1.0 GA) Saupold / Sims (0-2) / None 2:57 / 1,607 5/4 vs. TOL W, 2-1 (12) st (1.5 GA) Krol (1-2) / Ferrell / None 3:09 / 7,178 5/5 OFF DAY st (1.5 GA) 5/6 vs. CHA W, st (2.5 GA) W. Perez (1-2) / Marin / None 2:21 / 3,786 5/7 vs. CHA L, st (1.5 GA) C. Beck / Jenkins (2-2) / None 3:01 / 8,023 5/8 vs. CHA W, st (2.0 GA) Gant (2-0) / J. Turner / Krol (1) 2:32 / 2,021 ROC L, st (1.5 GA) Runzler / Texeira (1-1) / Boshers 2:29 / 3,268 ROC L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Milone / C. Kelly (1-1) / None 2:51 / 2,895 ROC L, nd (1.0 GB) Albers / Texeira (1-2) / None 2:28 / 3,545 ROC W, nd (1.0 GB) Jenkins (3-2) / D. Martinez / Withrow (1) 2:54 / 3,613 PAW PPD (RAIN) nd (1.5 GB) Made up on 5/14 at Pawtucket PAW (G1) W, 3-2 (7) nd (1.0 GB) Gant (3-0) / E. Rodriguez / Withrow (2) 2:23 / --- PAW (G2) L, 6-8 (7) nd (1.0 GB) B. Johnson / De La Cruz (0-1) / K. Martin 2:22 / 7,209 PAW L, nd (2.0 GB) Owens / Sims (0-3) / None 3:36 / 4,452 5/16 vs. DUR W, nd (2.0 GB) C. Kelly (2-1) / Farquhar / Withrow (3) 2:46 / 1,758 5/17 vs. DUR L, nd (2.0 GB) Pruitt / Texeira (1-3) / Wagner 3:10 / 1,493 5/18 vs. DUR W, nd (1.0 GB) Jenkins (4-2) / Wilk / Withrow (4) 3:01 / 7,661 5/19 vs. CHA L, nd (2.0 GB) Volstad / R. Weber (0-2) / Ynoa 3:19 / 2,372 5/20 vs. CHA W, nd (1.0 GB) J. Ramirez (1-1) / Ranaudo / None 3:11 / 4,435 CHA W, T-1st (0.0 GB) Harrell (1-0) / Marin / None 3:34 / 10,206 CHA L, 8-9 (11) nd (1.0 GB) Lamb / Cunniff (2-2) / None 3:46 / 9,501 NOR PPD (RAIN) nd (1.0 GB) Made up on 5/24 at Norfolk NOR (G1) W, 3-2 (7) nd (0.5 GB) Jenkins (5-2) / Hale / Withrow (5) 2:02 / --- NOR (G2) L, 1-2 (8) nd (0.5 GB) Ri. Rodriguez / Marksberry (0-1) / None 2:25 / 4,230 NOR W, st (0.5 GA) Sims (1-3) / Miranda / None 2:48 / 4,004 5/26 OFF DAY T-1st (0.0 GB) 76 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

79 2016 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS (Continued) DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. 5/27 vs. SYR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Voth / Marksberry (0-2) / Ra. Martin 2:43 / 3,860 5/28 vs. SYR L, nd (1.0 GB) E. Davis / Texeira (1-4) / Ra. Martin 3:28 / 4,089 5/29 vs. SYR L, nd (1.0 GB) Espino / Jenkins (5-3) / Masset 2:26 / 2,406 5/30 vs. PAW W, nd (1.0 GB) Marksberry (1-2) / Mendez / J. Ramirez (1) 2:42 / 4,477 5/31 vs. PAW L, nd (2.0 GB) Owens / Sims (1-4) / K. Martin 3:10 / 1,323 6/1 vs. PAW CLD (RAIN) nd (2.5 GB) Game was not made up. DUR L, nd (2.5 GB) Pruitt / C. Kelly (2-2) / Geltz 2:04 / 6,755 DUR L, nd (2.5 GB) Farquhar / Wooten (0-1) / Floro 2:50 / 8,333 DUR L, 8-9 (10) nd (3.5 GB) M. Acosta / Brignac (0-1) / None 4:02 / 10,006 DUR L, rd (3.5 GB) Snell / Sims (1-5) / None 2:42 / 7,274 6/6 vs. LHV L, 0-3 (7) rd (4.5 GB) Lively / Harrell (2-1) / None 1:53 / 946 6/7 vs. LHV L, rd (4.5 GB) Mariot / Banuelos (0-1) / None 2:59 / 1,578 6/8 vs. LHV W, rd (3.5 GB) De La Cruz (1-1) / S. Gonzalez / J. Ramirez (2) 2:26 / 2,104 6/9 vs. LHV W, rd (3.5 GB) Marksberry (2-2) / Eflin / Wooten (1) 2:23 / 5,869 6/10 vs. NOR W, nd (3.0 GB) Sims (2-5) / Additon / Roney (1) 2:25 / 5,292 6/11 vs. NOR W, nd (3.5 GB) Jenkins (6-3) / Hale / Roney (2) 2:39 / 5,489 6/12 vs. NOR W, nd (2.5 GB) Janas (1-0) / Miranda / None 2:52 / 2,363 6/13 OFF DAY nd (2.0 GB) LHV L, nd (2.0 GB) Herrmann / J. Ramirez (1-2) / None 3:20 / 9,744 LHV L, nd (3.0 GB) Lu. Garcia / Sims (2-6) / Mujica (15) 2:59 / 8,530 LHV L, 1-2 (11) nd (3.5 GB) Herrmann / R. Weber (0-3) / None 3:16 / 7,957 SWB W, nd (3.5 GB) Roney (1-0) / Haynes / None 3:07 / 8,130 SWB L, nd (3.5 GB) Severino / Ellis (0-1) / None 2:25 / 9,298 SWB L, nd (3.5 GB) Gallegos / De La Cruz (1-2) / Wotherspoon 2:13 / 7,583 6/20 vs. IND L, nd (3.5 GB) Kuhl / C. Kelly (2-3) / Neverauskas 3:13 / 2,272 6/21 vs. IND W, 8-7 (12) nd (2.5 GB) Lalli (1-0) / Neverauskas / None 4:18 / 2,312 6/22 vs. IND W, 4-3 (10) nd (1.5 GB) J. Ramirez (2-2) / Jh. Medina / None 3:23 / 2,695 6/23 vs. IND L, rd (1.5 GB) T. Williams / Ellis (0-2) / Marte 3:10 / 2,048 6/24 vs. CHA L, rd (2.5 GB) Ja. Turner / De La Cruz (1-3) / None 2:03 / 5,538 6/25 vs. CHA L, rd (3.5 GB) Goldberg / C. Kelly (2-4) / Lollis 2:57 / 5,882 6/26 vs. CHA W, nd (2.5 GB) Harrell (3-1) / Danish / None 2:47 / 1,833 IND L, T-2nd (3.0 GB) Glasnow / Banuelos (0-2) / None 3:01 / 9,600 IND W, nd (2.5 GB) Janas (2-0) / T. Williams / J. Ramirez (3) 2:55 / 12,272 IND L, rd (2.5 GB) Duncan / Blair (3-1) / None 2:18 / 8,442 LOU W, nd (1.5 GB) Wooten (1-1) / Moscot / J. Ramirez (4) 2:28 / 8,112 LOU W, nd (0.5 GB) R. Weber (1-3) / Stephenson / Cunniff (1) 2:46 / 6,890 LOU L, nd (1.5 GB) S. Johnson / Texeira (1-5) / Hoover 2:27 / 8,139 LOU L, 1-2 (6) nd (1.5 GB) D. Wright / Ellis (0-3) / None 1:24 / 9,073 7/4 vs. NOR L, nd (1.5 GB) Olmos / Blair (3-2) / None 3:01 / 9,682 7/5 vs. NOR W, nd (0.5 GB) Wooten (2-1) / Gunkel / J. Ramirez (5) 2:10 / 1,964 7/6 vs. NOR W, nd (0.5 GB) R. Weber (2-3) / McGough / Cleto (1) 2:29 / 5,489 CHA W, st (0.5 GA) Roney (2-0) / Carroll / None 3:03 / 8,319 CHA W, 6-0 (5) st (1.5 GA) Ellis (1-3) / Ranaudo / None 1:23 / 10,241 CHA L, st (0.5 GA) Minaya / Cunniff (2-3) / Goldberg 3:03 / 10,272 CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) Volstad / Wooten (2-2) / Goldberg 2:29 / 7,347 7/11-7/13 TRIPLE-A ALL-STAR BREAK (IL 4, PCL 2 on 7/13 at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, NC 7/14 vs. SWB L, nd (1.5 GB) C. Green / C. Kelly (2-5) / Yates 2:22 / 1,794 7/15 vs. SWB L, nd (1.5 GB) Severino / Ellis (1-4) / None 2:49 / 5,372 7/16 vs. SWB L, nd (1.5 GB) Cessa / Blair (3-3) / Yates 2:59 / 5,853 7/17 vs. SWB L, rd (1.5 GB) Gallegos / Wooten (2-3) / Moreno 2:58 / 2,106 SYR L, rd (2.5 GB) Long / R. Hernandez (0-1) / Ra. Martin 2:27 / 2,116 SYR L, rd (3.5 GB) Giolito / C. Kelly (2-6) / Ra. Martin 2:29 / 3,901 SYR W, rd (2.5 GB) Marksberry (3-2) / E. Davis / J. Ramirez (6) 2:45 / 3,987 BUF W, rd (1.5 GB) Wooten (3-3) / Tepera / None 2:30 / 7,462 BUF W, rd (0.5 GB) Marksberry (4-2) / Venditte / None 2:49 /13,552 BUF W, st (0.5 GA) J. Ramirez (3-2) / Rowen / Cleto (2) 2:58 / 17,600 BUF W, st (1.5 GA) C. Kelly (3-6) / Copeland / Roney (3) 2:23 / 9,214 7/25 OFF DAY st (1.0 GA) 7/26 vs. IND W, st (1.0 GA) Ellis (2-4) / T. Williams / None 3:07 / 1,608 7/27 vs. IND W, st (1.0 GA) Blair (4-3) / Vogelsong / Cleto (3) 2:22 / 1,967 7/28 vs. IND L, st (0.5 GA) Duncan / Whalen (0-1) / Marte 2:59 / 1,944 TOL L, nd (0.5 GB) B. Hardy / R. Hernandez (0-2) / Jimenez 2:41 / 11,000 TOL L, nd (1.5 GB) Crouse / Wooten (3-4) / None 2:39 / 12,100 TOL W, 9-8 (10) nd (1.5 GB) Cleto (1-0) / Jimenez / None 3:25 / 10,500 8/1 vs. CHA W, nd (0.5 GB) Cunniff (3-3) / W. Lamb / None 2:35 / 937 8/2 vs. CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) Ranaudo / Wisler (0-1) / Goldberg 2:18 / 1,322 8/3 vs. CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) Marin / V. Mateo (0-1) / Goldberg 2:44 / 1,188 8/4 vs. CHA L, nd (1.5 GB) Loe / Texeira (1-6) / None 3:08 / 1,253 DUR W, nd (0.5 GB) Ellis (3-4) / Faria / R. Weber (1) 3:05 / 7,845 DUR L, nd (1.5 GB) J. Marks / Gant (3-1) / None 2:46 / 9, REVIEW 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 77

80 2016 REVIEW 2016 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS (Continued) DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. DUR W, nd (0.5 GB) Wisler (1-1) / J. Schultz / Cleto (4) 3:12 / 6,235 NOR W, T-1st (0.0 GB) Portuondo (1-0) / M. Wright / Roney (4) 3:15 / 6,503 NOR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) T. Wilson / Texeira (1-7) / Stoffel 2:26 / 4,062 NOR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Oliver / Gant (3-2) / Stoffel 2:40 / 7,077 8/11 OFF DAY st (0.5 GA) 8/12 vs. LOU L, 8-9 (12) nd (0.5 GB) Magill / Portuondo (1-1) / S. Johnson 4:43 / 4,147 8/13 vs. LOU W, st (0.5 GA) C. Rogers (1-0) / A. Morris / Simmons (1) 3:18 / 5,411 8/14 vs. LOU L, st (0.5 GA) D. Wright / Teheran (0-1) / None 3:16 / 2,046 CHA L, st (0.5 GA) Loe / Gant (3-3) / None 2:58 / 7,315 CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) Volstad / Janas (2-1) / Burdi 3:02 / 7,403 CHA W, st (0.5 GA) Ellis (4-4) / Minaya / None 2:51 / 7,867 8/18 vs. CHA PPD (RAIN) st (0.5 GA) Made up on 8/19 in Gwinnett. 8/19 vs. CHA (G1) W, 7-5 (7) st (1.5 GA) Wisler (2-1) / Fulmer / None 2:04 / --- 8/19 vs. CHA (G2) L, 1-5 (7) st (0.5 GA) Holmberg / Blair (4-4) / None 2:06 / 3,658 8/20 vs. ROC W, 5-1 (7) st (1.5 GA) J. Bradley (1-0) / Bencomo / None 2:05 / 5,567 8/21 vs. ROC L, st (0.5 GA) Greenwood / Janas (2-2) / Busenitz 2:25 / 2,367 8/22 vs. ROC L, nd (0.5 GB) Albers / Ellis (4-5) / Wimmers 3:07 / 810 8/23 vs. BUF W, nd (0.5 GB) Blair (5-4) / Bolsinger / None 3:02 / 960 8/24 vs. BUF W, nd (0.5 GB) Roney (3-0) / Lawrence / None 2:48 / 1,075 8/25 vs. BUF W, nd (0.5 GB) J. Bradley (2-0) / Copeland / None 2:53 / 1,302 DUR W, st (0.5 GA) Jenkins (7-3) / Pruitt / None 3:22 / 9,163 DUR L, st (0.5 GA) Gamboa / Ellis (4-6) / None 2:28 / 10,219 DUR L, nd (0.5 GB) Stanek / W. Boscan (0-1) / None 3:28 / 8,514 8/29 vs. NOR W, st (0.5 GA) Cleto (2-0) / Beato / None 3:08 / 1,193 8/30 vs. NOR L, st (0.5 GA) Bridwell / Withrow (0-1) / Beato 3:00 / 1,010 8/31 vs. NOR W, st (1.5 GA) Jenkins (8-3) / M. Wright / Cunniff (2) 2:33 / 1,103 9/1 vs. DUR W, 1-0 (11) st (2.5 GA) Janas (3-2) / Kolarek / None 3:11 / 1,175 9/2 vs. DUR L, st (2.0 GA) Faria / W. Boscan (0-2) / None 3:05 / 4,246 9/3 vs. DUR L, st (0.5 GA) J. Marks / Ellis (4-7) / None 2:50 / 6,016 CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) Marin / Wooten (3-5) / None 2:49 / 10,708 CHA W, st (0.5 GA) Jenkins (9-3) / Loe / Janas (1) 2:50 / 9,568 Days Alone in First Days Tied for First Days Alone in Second Days Tied for Second... 1 Days Alone in Third Days Tied for Third... 0 Days Alone in Fourth... 0 STANDINGS BREAKDOWN Longest Stretch in First Days (4/12-5/10) Longest Stretch in Second Days (6/10-6/22) Longest Stretch in Third... 6 Days (7/17-7/22) Longest Stretch in Fourth... 0 Days Largest Lead for First...3 Games (4x, last: 4/29) Furthest Back from First Games (2x, last: 6/7) Highest Winning Percentage (9-2 on 4/17) Lowest Winning Percentage (41-56 on 7/19) 2016 GOVERNORS CUP PLAYOFF RESULTS DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD SERIES WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. COL W, Lead 1-0 Younginer (1-0) / Adams / Cleto (1) 3:02 / 8,698 COL L, Tied 1-1 J. Johnson / Wooten (0-1) / J. Martin 3:09 / 8,835 9/9 vs. COL W, Lead 2-1 Ellis (1-0) / Morimando / None 2:26 / 1,662 9/10 vs. COL W, Win 3-1 Younginer (2-0) / J. Johnson / Roney (1) 3:30 / 1,277 SWB W, Lead 1-0 Blair (1-0) / J. Montgomery / Cleto (2) 3:02 / 2,975 SWB L, Tied 1-1 Gallegos / Roney (0-1) / None 2:39 / 1,727 9/15 vs. SWB L, Trail 1-2 Lail / Jenkins (0-1) / Graham 2:46 / 1,435 9/16 vs. SWB L, Lose 1-3 Camarena / Wooten (0-2) / Gallegos 2:48 / 4,617 G-BRAVES 2016 AWARD WINNERS (IL AND ATLANTA HONORS) PLAYER AWARD STATS Aaron Blair IL Pitcher of the Week (4/18-4/24) 1-0, 0.00 ERA in 1 start Williams Perez IL Pitcher of the Week (5/2-5/8) 1-0, 0.00 ERA, CG SHO in 1 start Aaron Blair GWN April Pitcher of the Month 3-0, 1.42 ERA,.156 BAA in 3 starts Rio Ruiz GWN April Player of the Month.310, 4 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 10 RBI in 23 games John Gant GWN May Pitcher of the Month 2-0, 2.86 ERA,.286 BAA in 5 games, 4 starts Brandon Snyder GWN May Player of the Month.438, 4 2B, 2 HR, 13 RBI, 4 SB in 15 games Ronnier Mustelier 2016 IL Midseason All-Star.297, 14 2B, 4 3B, 3 HR, 38 RBI, 5 SB in 80 games Rob Wooten GWN June Pitcher of the Month 1-1, 2.05 ERA, 1 save,.192 BAA in 13 games Ronnier Mustelier GWN June Player of the Month.333, 6 2B, 2 3B, 12 RBI, 1 SB in 26 games Bradley Roney GWN July Pitcher of the Month 1-0, 1.38 ERA, 1 save,.182 BAA in 8 games Mel Rojas Jr. GWN July Player of the Month.333, 5 2B, 1 3B, 7 HR, 19 RBI, 5 SB in 26 games Bradley Roney GWN August Pitcher of the Month 1-0, 2.16 ERA, 1 save,.217 BAA in 7 games Emilio Bonifacio GWN August Player of the Month.376, 4 2B, 4 3B, 1 HR, 13 RBI, 11 SB in 29 games Rob Wooten GWN 2016 Pitcher of the Year 3-5, 3.58 ERA, 1 save,.260 BAA in 35 games Rio Ruiz GWN 2016 Player of the Year.271, 24 2B, 3 3B, 10 HR, 62 RBI in 133 games 78 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

81 TEAM HISTORY The G-Braves celebrated their first-ever trip to the Governors Cup Championship Series following a 5-4 win over Columbus on September 10. (Photo by Karl L. Moore)

82 HISTORY ATLANTA CRACKERS Following a sporadic existence from , the Atlanta Crackers played in the Double-A Southern Association from , winning a league record 18 championships in that span. The Crackers joined the International League in 1962 and won the Governors Cup in their inaugural Triple-A season. After playing in Ponce de Leon Park from , Spiller Field (later renamed Ponce de Leon Park) from and Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in 1965, the Crackers moved to Richmond, VA in 1966 to make way for the Milwaukee Braves to relocate to Atlanta. YEAR LEAGUE MLB AFFILIATE MANAGER(S) W-L PLACE NOTES 1903 Southern Assoc. -- Abner Powell th 1904 Southern Assoc. -- Abner Powell nd 1905 Southern Assoc. -- Otto Jordan rd 1906 Southern Assoc. -- William A. Smith rd 1907 Southern Assoc. -- William A. Smith st League Champs 1908 Southern Assoc. -- William A. Smith th 1909 Southern Assoc. -- William A. Smith st League Champs 1910 Southern Assoc. -- Otto Jordan rd 1911 Southern Assoc. -- Otto Jordan th 1912 Southern Assoc. -- Charlie Hemphill / th Charles Alperman 1913 Southern Assoc. -- William A. Smith st League Champs 1914 Southern Assoc. -- William A. Smith th 1915 Southern Assoc. -- William A. Smith th 1916 Southern Assoc. -- Charlie Frank th 1917 Southern Assoc. -- Charlie Frank st League Champs 1918 Southern Assoc. -- Charlie Frank th League susp. June Southern Assoc. -- Charlie Frank st League Champs 1920 Southern Assoc. -- Dick Kauffman rd 1921 Southern Assoc. -- Charlie Frank th 1922 Southern Assoc. -- Roy Ellam / Bill Rariden / th Albert Bernsen 1923 Southern Assoc. -- Otto Miller th 1924 Southern Assoc. -- Bert Niehoff nd 1925 Southern Assoc. -- Bert Niehoff st League Champs 1926 Southern Assoc. -- Bert Niehoff th 1927 Southern Assoc. -- Bert Niehoff th 1928 Southern Assoc. -- Bert Niehoff th 1929 Southern Assoc. -- Wilbur Good th 1930 Southern Assoc. -- Johnny Dobbs th 1931 Southern Assoc. -- Johnny Dobbs th 1932 Southern Assoc. -- David Barron th 1933 Southern Assoc. -- Charley Moore / th Wilbert Robinson 1934 Southern Assoc. -- Spencer Abbott / Eddie Moore th 1935 Southern Assoc. -- Eddie Moore st League Champs 1936 Southern Assoc. -- Eddie Moore st League Champs 1937 Southern Assoc. -- Eddie Moore T-3rd 1938 Southern Assoc. -- Paul Richards st League Champs 1939 Southern Assoc. -- Paul Richards th 1940 Southern Assoc. -- Paul Richards nd 1941 Southern Assoc. -- Paul Richards st League Champs 1942 Southern Assoc. -- Paul Richards th 1943 Southern Assoc. -- Al Leitz / Harry Hughes th 1944 Southern Assoc. -- Kiki Cuyler st League Champs 1945 Southern Assoc. -- Kiki Cuyler st League Champs 1946 Southern Assoc. -- Kiki Cuyler st League Champs 1947 Southern Assoc. -- Kiki Cuyler th 1948 Southern Assoc. -- Kiki Cuyler th 1949 Southern Assoc. -- Cliff Dapper th 1950 Southern Assoc. Boston Braves Dixie Walker st League Champs 1951 Southern Assoc. Boston Braves Dixie Walker / Whit Wyatt th 1952 Southern Assoc. Boston Braves Dixie Walker nd 1953 Southern Assoc. Milwaukee Braves Gene Mauch rd 1954 Southern Assoc. Milwaukee Braves Whit Wyatt st League Champs 1955 Southern Assoc. Milwaukee Braves George McQuinn / th Marv Rackley / Clyde King 1956 Southern Assoc. Milwaukee Braves Clyde King st League Champs 1957 Southern Assoc. Milwaukee Braves Buddy Bates st League Champs 1958 Southern Assoc. Milwaukee Braves Buddy Bates rd 1959 Southern Assoc. Milwaukee Braves Buddy Bates / Bob Montag th 1960 Southern Assoc. L.A. Dodgers Rube Walker st League Champs 1961 Southern Assoc. L.A. Dodgers Rube Walker th 1962 International St. Louis Cardinals Joe Schultz rd League Champs 1963 International St. Louis Cardinals Harry Walker nd 1964 International Minnesota Twins Jack McKeon / Pete Appleton th 1965 International Milwaukee Braves Bill Adair nd 80 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

83 RICHMOND BRAVES IN THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE YEAR MANAGER(S) W-L PCT GA/GB PLACE PLAYOFFS 1966 Bill Adair GB 4th Lost League Finals 1967 Luman Harris GA 1st Lost in 1st Round 1968 Eddie Haas GB 8th 1969 Mickey Vernon GB 8th 1970 Mickey Vernon GB 5th 1971 Clyde King GB 6th 1972 Clyde King GB 6th 1973 Bobby Hofman / Clint Courtney GB 8th 1974 Clint Courtney GB 3rd Lost in 1st Round 1975 Clint Courtney / Bob Lemon GB 6th 1976 Jack McKeon GB 4th Lost League Finals 1977 Tommie Aaron GB 4th Lost in 1st Round 1978 Tommie Aaron GB 4th League Champions 1979 Tom Burgess GB 3rd Lost in 1st Round 1980 Fred Hatfield GB 4th Lost in 1st Round 1981 Eddie Haas GB 2nd Lost League Finals 1982 Eddie Haas GA 1st Lost in 1st Round 1983 Eddie Haas GB 2nd Lost League Finals 1984 Eddie Haas / Bobby Dews GB 6th 1985 Roy Majtyka GB 5th 1986 Roy Majtyka GA 1st League Champions 1987 Roy Majtyka GB 8th 1988 Jim Beauchamp GB 2nd in East 1989 Jim Beauchamp GA 1st in West League Champions 1990 Jim Beauchamp GB 3rd in West 1991 Phil Niekro GB 4th in West 1992 Chris Chambliss GB 2nd in West Lost in 1st Round 1993 Grady Little GB 2nd in West Lost in 1st Round 1994 Grady LIttle GA 1st in West League Champions 1995 Grady Little GB 2nd in West Lost in 1st Round 1996 Bill Dancy GB 4th in West 1997 Bill Dancy GB 4th in West 1998 Jeff Cox GB 4th in South 1999 Randy Ingle GB 4th in South 2000 Randy Ingle GB 4th in South 2001 Carlos Tosca GB 3rd in South 2002 Fredi Gonzalez GB 2nd in South 2003 Pat Kelly GB 4th in South 2004 Pat Kelly GA 1st in South Lost League Finals 2005 Pat Kelly GB 4th in South 2006 Brian Snitker GB 4th in South 2007 Dave Brundage GB 2nd in South League Champions 2008 Dave Brundage GB 4th in South TOTALS 2,987-3, GWINNETT BRAVES IN THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE YEAR MANAGER(S) W-L PCT GA/GB PLACE PLAYOFFS 2009 Dave Brundage GB 2nd in South Lost in 1st Round 2010 Dave Brundage GB 2nd in South 2011 Dave Brundage GB 2nd in South 2012 Dave Brundage GB 4th in South 2013 Randy Ready GB 4th in South 2014 Brian Snitker GB 2nd in South 2015 Brian Snitker GB 2nd in South 2016 Brian Snitker / Rick Albert / John Moses GA 1st in South Lost League Finals TOTALS RICHMOND/GWINNETT PLAYOFF RESULTS YEAR RESULT YEAR RESULT 1966 Def. Rochester in series, 3-1 Lost series to Toronto, Lost series to Toledo, Lost series to Syracuse, Def. Rochester in series, 3-1 Lost series to Syracuse, Lost series to Pawtucket, Def. Charleston in series, 3-1 Def. Pawtucket in series, 4-3 Governors Cup Champions 1979 Lost series to Syracuse, Lost series to Columbus, Def. Tidewater in series, 3-2 Lost series to Columbus, Lost series to Rochester, Def. Charleston in series, 3-0 Lost series to Tidewater, Def. Tidewater in series, 3-0 Def. Rochester in series, 3-2 Governors Cup Champions 1989 Def. Syracuse in series, 3-1 Governors Cup Champions Lost Triple-A Classic to Indianapolis 1992 Lost series to Columbus, Lost series to Charlotte, Def. Charlotte in series, 3-1 Def. Syracuse in series, 3-0 Governors Cup Champions 1995 Lost series to Norfolk, Def. Columbus in series, 3-2 Lost series to Buffalo, Def. Scranton/WB in series, 3-1 Def. Durham in series, 3-2 Governors Cup Champions Lost Triple-A Nat. Champ. to Sacramento 2009 Lost series to Scranton/WB, Def. Columbus in series, 3-1 Lost series to Scranton/WB, GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 81 HISTORY

84 HISTORY THE FIRST TIME IT HAPPENED... RICHMOND BRAVES FIRSTS GWINNETT BRAVES FIRSTS First Game, Loss April 22, 1966 First Game, Win April 9, 2009 (Rochester 3, Richmond 2) (Gwinnett 9, Charlotte 1) First Win at Parker Field April 29, 1966 First Loss April 10, 2009 (Richmond 4, Toronto 1) (Charlotte 5, Gwinnett 3 7 innings) First Starting Pitcher Dick Kelley (4/22/66) First Starting Pitcher Tommy Hanson (4/9/09) First Relief Pitcher Jay Ritchie (4/22/66) First Relief Pitcher Kris Medlen (4/9/09) First Winning Pitcher Larry Maxie (4/29/66) First Winning Pitcher Kris Medlen (4/9/09) First Batter Amado Samuel (4/22/66) First Strikeout (P) Tommy Hanson (1st inning, 4/9/09) First Run Billy Southworth (7th inning HR, 4/22/66) First Batter Gregor Blanco (4/9/09) First Hit Ethan Blackaby (1st inning single, 4/22/66) First Baserunner Brandon Jones (1st inning BB, 4/9/09) First Double Ethan Blackaby (4/22/66) First Run Reid Gorecki (3rd inning, 4/9/09) First Triple Jim Beauchamp (5/6/66) First Hit Barbaro Canizares (1st inning, 4/9/09) First HR Billy Southworth (4/22/66) First Stolen Base Reid Gorecki (3rd inning, 4/9/09) First RBI Billy Southworth (4/22/66) First HR Barbaro Canizares (3rd inning, 4/9/09) First RBI Brandon Jones (3rd inning, 4/9/09) THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED... INDIVIDUAL, SINGLE GAME Hit 2 home runs in one game... Reid Brignac vs. Buffalo, 8/24/16 Hit 3 home runs in one game...derrick Mitchell at Lehigh Valley, 5/9/14 Opponent hit 2 home runs in one game... Jaff Decker (Durham), 6/2/16 Opponent hit 3 home runs in one game... Zoilo Almonte (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre), 7/23/14 Opponent hit 4 home runs in one game...bubba Trammell (Toledo), 8/9/97 Hit a grand slam at home...donnie Murphy vs. Charlotte, 8/20/14 (Regular Season) Tyler Moore vs. Columbus, 9/10/16 (Playoffs) Hit a grand slam on the road...mauro Gomez at Norfolk, 7/25/11 Hit a pinch-hit home run at home...josh Kroeger vs. Louisville, 8/11/12 Hit a pinch-hit home run on the road... George Kottaras at Syracuse, 7/19/16 Hit a postseason home run...sean Kazmar Jr. at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 9/13/16 Hit home runs from both sides of the plate in one game... Mel Rojas Jr. at Charlotte, 7/7/16 Hit an inside-the-park home run... Sean Kazmar Jr. vs. Indianapolis, 7/26/16 Hit for the cycle... Tony Tarasco at Charlotte, 8/21/93 Pitcher hit a home run... Tim Gustafson at Indianapolis, 5/24/10 Hit 3 doubles in one game...matt Tuiasosopo vs. Lehigh Valley, 6/8/16 Hit 2 triples in one game... Emilio Bonifacio vs. Rochester, 8/20/16 Had 6 hits in one game...bill McCarthy at Louisville, 5/14/05 Had 7 RBI in one game...brad Tyler at Pawtucket, 6/13/99 Had 8 RBI in one game...mauro Gomez at Norfolk, 7/25/11 Had 10 RBI in one game...randall Simon at Charlotte, 6/27/98 Had 4 stolen bases in one game... Gregor Blanco at Norfolk, 5/26/07 Pitched a nine-inning no-hitter at home...mickey Mahler vs. Toledo, 6/1/77 Pitched a nine-inning no-hitter on the road (solo)... Todd Redmond at Louisville, 5/28/10 Pitched a nine-inning no-hitter on the road (combined)...rob Wooten/Matt Marksberry/Jose Ramirez at Louisville, 6/30/16 Pitched a perfect game... Pete Smith at Rochester, 5/3/92* (7 innings*) Had 12-or-more strikeouts in one game...charlie Morton (12 SO) at Charlotte, 4/12/09 INDIVIDUAL, SEASON Hit.340 with at least 400 plate appearances... Phil Gosselin (.344), 2014 Hit 35 home runs... Hal Breeden (37), 1970 Hit 25 home runs... Ernesto Mejia (28), 2013 Had 100 RBI...Randall Simon (102), 1997 Scored 100 runs...ryan Langerhans (103), 2004 Had 150 hits... Ernesto Mejia (152), 2012 Had 140 hits...ernesto Mejia (152), Luis Durango (144), 2012 Had 35 doubles... Ernesto Mejia (35), 2013 Had 10 triples...pete Orr (10), 2004 Drew 70 bases on balls...ryan Langerhans (70), 2004 Drew 60 bases on balls...rio Ruiz (61), 2016 Struck out 130 times... Ernesto Mejia (152), 2013 Stole 30 bases...emilio Bonifacio (37), 2016 Won 12 games...julio Teheran (15), 2011 Lost 12 games...daniel Rodriguez (13), 2014 Had 3 shutouts...brad Woodall (3), 1994 Had 5 complete games...brad Woodall (5), 1996 Saved 20 games...jairo Asencio (26), 2011 Struck out 150 batters...andy Pratt (161), 2003 Struck out 140 batters...cody Martin (142), 2014 Allowed 50 bases on balls... Chris Ellis (52), 2016 Allowed 150 hits...cody Martin (151), 2014 Pitched innings...brad Woodall (185.2), 1994 Pitched innings... Omar Poveda (164.0), 2013 Had below a 1.50 ERA (at least 50.0 IP)... Stephen Marek (1.43 ERA, 50.1 IP), 2010 Had below a 1.00 WHIP (at least 50.0 IP)...Ryan Weber (0.94 WHIP, 73.1 IP), 2015 TEAM, SINGLE GAME Scored 20 runs in one game... vs. Pawtucket, 5/13/83 (20 runs) Allowed 20 runs in one game...at Louisville, 7/13/12 (22 runs) Scored 10 runs in one inning...at Durham, 4/17/11 (6th inning) Allowed 10 runs in one inning... at Durham, 4/9/13 (1st inning) Had 25 hits in one game...vs. Pawtucket, 5/13/83 No-hit by an opponent... vs. Norfolk, 4/28/10 (Chris Tillman) Hit 8 doubles in one game... at Norfolk, 4/8/14 Hit 3 triples in one game...vs. Rochester, 8/20/16 Hit 4 home runs in one game... at Charlotte, 7/8/16 Hit 5 home runs in one game... at Pawtucket, 6/11/12 Hit 6 home runs in one game...vs. Norfolk, 8/28/11 Hit 2 grand slams in one game... at Norfolk, 6/26/99 Stole 7 bases in one game... at Norfolk, 4/23/08 Stole 5 bases in one inning...at Columbus, 4/22/83 (1st inning) Drew 15 bases on balls in one game... vs. Durham, 6/3/87 Allowed 15 bases on balls in one game... vs. Durham, 5/6/05 Struck out 18 times or more in one game... at Durham, 4/5/12 (18 SO) Turned a triple play...vs. Buffalo, 8/7/15 (8th inning) 82 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

85 SINGLE-GAME, INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (RICHMOND/GWINNETT FRANCHISE, ) TEAM OFFENSE TOTAL DATE Most Runs, Game 20 May 13, 1983 vs. Pawtucket Most Runs, Inning 11 May 21, 1997 at Charlotte (5th inning) Most Hits, Game 25 May 13, 1983 vs. Pawtucket Most Home Runs, Game 6 July 11, 1983 at Rochester June 27, 1998 at Charlotte June 25, 2004 at Pawtucket August 28, 2011 vs. Norfolk Most Stolen Bases, Game 8 April 23, 2008 at Norfolk Most Stolen Bases, Inning 5 April 22, 1983 at Columbus (1st inning) Most Bases on Balls, Game 15 June 3, 1987 at Maine Most Strikeouts, Game 19 June 6, 2003 at Louisville TEAM DEFENSE TOTAL DATE Most Errors, Game 7 May 1, 1998 at Durham Most Double Plays, Game 8 August 7, 1989 vs. Toledo (G1, 21 innings) INDIVIDUAL BATTING TOTAL PLAYER/ DATE Most Hits, Game 6 Jeff Geach vs. Memphis, August 26, 1976 Bill McCarthy at Louisville, May 14, 2005 Most Home Runs, Game 3 Miguel Sosa at Pawtucket, May 9, 1985 Randall Simon at Charlotte, June 27, 1998 Scott Thorman at Charlotte, July 30, 2005 Derrick Mitchell at Lehigh Valley, May 9, 2014 Most RBI, Game 10 Randall Simon at Charlotte, June 27, 1998 Longest Hit Streak, Games 27 Josh Anderson, July 25-August 22, 2008 Longest Home Run Streak, Games 7 Brook Jacoby, August 2-8, 1983 Hit for Cycle, Season 1 Reggie Sanders at Syracuse, June 9, 1976 Albert Hall at Syracuse, May 3, 1982 Gerald Perry vs. Tidewater, May 12, 1982 Tommy Dunbar vs. Syracuse, August 1, 1988 Ron Gant at Rochester, July 29, 1989 Tony Tarasco at Charlotte, August 21, 1993 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING TOTAL PLAYER/DATE Most Strikeouts, Game 18 Ed Rakow vs. Toronto, June 14, 1967 Most Consecutive Victories, Season 10 Tony Brizzolara, 1981 Most Consecutive Losses, Season 9 Conrad Noessel, 1968 John Ennis, 2003 No-Hitters (9 innings), Season 1 Mickey Mahler vs. Toledo, June 1, 1977 Charlie Puleo, Steve Ziem at Oklahoma City, June 27, 1989 Todd Redmond at Louisville, May 28, 2010 Wooten, Marksberry, J. Ramirez at Louisville, June 30, 2016 Perfect Games, Season 1 Pete Smith at Rochester, May 3, 1992 (G2, 7 innings) MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL OPPONENT/DATE Largest Single-Game Home Crowd 15,864 Exhibition vs. Atlanta at Parker Field, April 28, 1983 Largest Regular-Season Home Crowd 15,184 Vs. Columbus at Parker Field, September 2, 1967 Longest Game, Innings 22 innings 5-4 loss vs. Syracuse, August 24, win at Syracuse, July 30, 1980 Largest Margin of Victory 20 Runs 20-0 win vs. Pawtucket, May 13, 1983 Largest Margin of Defeat 21 Runs 22-1 loss at Louisville, July 13, 2012 Longest Winning Streak 11 Games June 19-30, 1967 June 30-July 10, 1992 Longest Losing Streak 15 Games June 16-30, 2012 HISTORY 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 83

86 HISTORY GWINNETT BRAVES SINGLE-GAME RECORDS ( ) TEAM OFFENSE TOTAL DATE Most Runs, Game 19 April 11, 2009 at Charlotte Most Hits, Game 23 August 19, 2012 at Durham Most Runs, Inning 10 6th inning, April 17, 2011 at Durham Fewest Hits, Game 0 April 28, 2010 vs. Norfolk Most Doubles, Game 8 May 2, 2010 vs. Pawtucket April 8, 2014 at Norfolk Most Triples, Game 3 June 1, 2013 at Lehigh Valley July 2, 2015 at Charlotte August 20, 2016 vs. Rochester Most Home Runs, Game 6 August 28, 2011 vs. Norfolk Most Home Runs, Inning 3 4th inning, August 12, 2012 vs. Louisville 3rd inning, June 25, 2014 vs. Toledo Most Extra-Base Hits, Game 9 May 2, 2010 vs. Pawtucket June 1, 2013 at Lehigh Valley April 8, 2014 at Norfolk July 3, 2015-G1 at Charlotte Most Stolen Bases, Game 5 April 27, 2010 vs. Norfolk Most Caught Stealing, Game 3 Numerous Times Most Bases-On-Balls, Game 11 April 11, 2012 at Norfolk Most Strikeouts, Game 18 April 5, 2012 at Durham Longest Scoring Drought 28.2 Innings April 23-26, 2016 TEAM PITCHING TOTAL DATE Most Runs Allowed, Game 22 July 13, 2012 at Louisville Most Runs Allowed, Inning 10 1st inning, April 9, 2013 at Durham Most Hits Allowed, Game 23 July 13, 2012 at Louisville Fewest Hits Allowed, Game 0 May 28, 2010 at Louisville June 30, 2016 at Louisville Most Home Runs Allowed, Game 5 June 22, 2009 at Louisville Most Extra-Base Hits Allowed, Game 11 June 9, 2013 vs. Columbus Most Strikeouts, Game 21 June 10, 2011 at Toledo (14 innings) Most Walks Allowed, Game 11 July 25, 2012 vs. Durham April 10, 2016 at Norfolk June 4, 2016 at Durham June 21, 2016 vs. Indianapolis Most Wild Pitches, Game 3 Numerous Times Most Hit Batsmen, Game 4 April 11, 2013 at Charlotte Consecutive Scoreless Innings: 27.1 IP April 13-16, 2016 TEAM DEFENSE TOTAL DATE Most Errors, Game 5 June 6, 2009 vs. Columbus August 17, 2010 vs. Norfolk Most Double Plays, Game 6 April 22, 2013 vs. Charlotte Most Triple Plays, Game 1 August 25, 2010 vs. Charlotte August 7, 2015 vs. Buffalo Most Stolen Bases Allowed, Game 5 August 12, 2011 vs. Pawtucket Most Caught Stealing, Game 3 June 10, 2013 vs. Columbus TEAM MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL DATE Longest Winning Streak 7 Games July 18-24, 2009, June 27-July 3, 2010, April 19-25, 2011, June 4-10, 2011, May 23-29, 2013, April 14-21, 2014, July 20-27, 2016 Longest Losing Streak 15 Games June 16-30, 2012 Largest Margin of Victory 16 Runs April 11, 2009 at Charlotte (19-3) Largest Margin of Defeat 21 Runs July 13, 2012 at Louisville (22-1) Largest Comeback Win 8 Runs April 11, 2012 at Norfolk (14-12) May 28, 2012 vs. Lehigh Valley (9-8) Longest Game, Time 5:04 August 29, 2009 at Durham (14 innings) Longest Game, Time (9 Innings) 4:15 July 24, 2012 vs. Durham Longest Game, Innings 15 Innings May 17, 2010 vs. Lehigh Valley May 12, 2011 at Pawtucket April 28, 2016 at Toledo Shortest Game, Time (9 Innings) 1:55 July 27, 2011 at Durham Largest Home Crowd (Exhibition) 10,568 April 3, 2012, Atlanta Braves All-Stars vs. Future Stars Largest Home Crowd (Reg. Season) 10,427 April 17, 2009 vs. Norfolk July 4, 2009 vs. Norfolk Largest Road Crowd 17,600 July 23, 2016 at Buffalo 84 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

87 GWINNETT BRAVES INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ( ) INDIVIDUAL BATTING TOTAL PLAYER/DATE Most Hits, Game 5 5x, last: Freddie Freeman, 4/20/13 at Charlotte Most Doubles, Game 3 7x, last: Matt Tuiasosopo, 6/8/16 vs. Lehigh Valley Most Triples, Game 2 3x, last: Emilio Bonifacio, 8/20/16 vs. Rochester Most Home Runs, Game 3 Derrick Mitchell, 5/9/14 at Lehigh Valley Most Extra-Base Hits, Game 4 2x, last: Ernesto Mejia, 6/1/13 at Lehigh Valley Most Runs, Game 4 Several Tied, last: Anthony Recker, 6/12/16 vs. Norfolk Most RBI, Game 8 Mauro Gomez, 7/25/11 at Norfolk Most Stolen Bases, Game 3 8x, last: Emilio Bonifacio, 8/5/16 at Durham Most Caught Stealing, Game 2 4x, last: Jose Peraza, 7/12/15 at Durham Most Walks, Game 4 3x, last: Reid Brignac, 4/15/16 vs. Norfolk Most Strikeouts, Game 4 Several Tied, last: Matt Lipka, 6/17/16 at Scranton/WB Most Hit-By-Pitch, Game 2 7x, last: Rio Ruiz, 5/28/16 vs. Syracuse Longest Hitting Streak 22 Games Jose Constanza, 6/22/12 to 7/19/12 Longest On-Base Streak 48 Games Wes Timmons, 5/27/09 to 8/16/09 Longest Home Run Streak 5 Games Joey Terdoslavich, 8/17/14 to 8/21/14 Longest RBI Streak 8 Games Adonis Garcia, 5/11/16 to 5/18/16 Longest Multi-Hit Streak 7 Games Tyler Pastornicky, 4/10/13 to 4/16/13 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING TOTAL PLAYER/DATE Most Innings, Game (Starter) 9.0 9x, last: Williams Perez, 5/6/16 vs. Charlotte Most Innings, Game (Reliever) 7.0 3x, last: Casey Kelly, 5/16/16 vs. Durham Most Strikeouts, Game (Starter) 12 Charlie Morton, 4/12/09 at Charlotte Most Strikeouts, Game (Reliever) 7 4x, last: Bradley Roney, 8/21/16 vs. Rochester Most Walks, Game (Starter) 7 3x, last: Tyrell Jenkins, 8/31/16 vs. Norfolk Most Walks, Game (Reliever) 6 Lucas Sims, 6/5/16 at Durham Most Earned Runs, Game (Starter) 10 2x, last: Chien-Ming Wang, 6/3/15-G1 at Norfolk Most Earned Runs, Game (Reliever) 8 3x, last: Lucas Sims, 6/5/16 at Durham Most Hits Allowed, Game (Starter) 13 Yohan Flande, 5/18/13 vs. Louisville Most Hits Allowed, Game (Reliever) 12 Yohan Flande, 7/23/11 at Norfolk Least Runs Allowed, 9.0 IP CG 0 7x, last: Williams Perez, 5/6/16 vs. Charlotte Least Hits Allowed, 9.0 IP CG 0 Todd Redmond, 5/28/10 at Louisville Most HR Allowed, Game (Starter) 4 Julio Teheran, 7/8/12 vs. Durham Most HR Allowed, Game (Reliever) 4 Steven Shell, 8/20/11 at Charlotte Longest Winning Streak (Starter) 8 Wins Julio Teheran, 8-0 in 11 starts from 6/4/11 to 7/31/11 Longest Winning Streak (Reliever) 7 Wins Cory Gearrin, 7-0 in 59 outings from 4/17/11 to 5/14/12 Most Consecutive Starts with a Win 6 Starts Kanekoa Texeira, 6-0 from 7/20/15 to 8/15/15 Most Consecutive Starts with a Loss 5 Starts Daniel Rodriguez, 0-5 from 5/20/14 to 6/15/14 Consecutive Scoreless IP (Starter) 24.0 IP Julio Teheran, 6/4/11 to 6/20/11 Consecutive Scoreless IP (Overall) 25.1 IP Stephen Marek, 6/6/10 to 8/2/10 Longest Saves Streak 21 Saves Jairo Asencio, 9/6/09 to 8/8/11 HISTORY GWINNETT SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS - HITTING TOTAL PLAYER/YEAR Runs Scored 88 Matt Young, 2010 Hits 154 Mauro Gomez, 2011 Doubles 35 Freddie Freeman, 2010 Ernesto Mejia, 2013 Triples 7 Felix Pie, 2012 Jose Peraza, 2015 Home Runs 28 Ernesto Mejia, 2013 Total Bases 264 Mauro Gomez, 2011 RBI 92 Ernesto Mejia, 2012 Stolen Bases 46 Luis Durango, 2012 Walks 62 Wes Timmons, 2009 Strikeouts 152 Ernesto Mejia, 2013 Hit-By-Pitch 15 Wes Timmons, 2009 Hits with RISP 47 Barbaro Canizares, 09, 10 Batting Average*.344 Phil Gosselin, 2014 On-Base Pct.*.416 Wes Timmons, 2009 Slugging Pct*.522 Mauro Gomez, 2011 OPS*.907 Barbaro Canizares, 2010 *Qualifying GWINNETT SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS - PITCHING TOTAL PLAYER/YEAR Wins 15 Julio Teheran, 2011 Losses 13 Daniel Rodriguez, 2014 Innings Pitched Todd Redmond, 2011 Appearances 58 Jairo Asencio, 2009 Strikeouts 142 Todd Redmond, 10, 11 Cody Martin, 2014 Complete Games 2 Todd Redmond, 2011 Chris Ellis, 2016 Williams Perez, 2016 CG Shutouts 1 Nine Players Tied Saves 27 Jairo Asencio, 2009 Holds 10 Juan Perez, 2009 David Carpenter, 2015 Quality Starts 19 Todd Redmond, 2011 Lowest ERA* 2.55 Julio Teheran, 2011 Lowest WHIP* 1.17 Todd Redmond, 2011 Lowest BAA*.232 Julio Teheran, 2011 GWINNETT SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS - DEFENSE Errors 24 Edward Salcedo, 2014 Outfield Assists 13 Luis Durango, 2012 Passed Balls 11 Matt Pagnozzi, GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 85

88 HISTORY SINGLE-SEASON HIGHS AND LOWS: TEAM ( ) OFFENSE HIGH YEAR LOW YEAR Batting Average Games At-Bats 4, , Runs Hits 1, , Total Bases 2, , Doubles Triples Home Runs Runs Batted In Sacrifice Hits Sacrifice Flies Hit By Pitch Walks Intentional Walks Strikeouts 1, Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Stolen Base Percentage.780 (85-for-109) (54-for-104) 1977 PITCHING HIGH YEAR LOW YEAR Earned Run Average Complete Games , 08, 09, 14 Shutouts , 2004 Saves Innings Pitched 1, , Hits Allowed 1, , Runs Allowed Earned Runs Allowed Home Runs Allowed Hit Batters Walks Strikeouts 1, Wild Pitches Balks DEFENSE HIGH YEAR LOW YEAR Put Outs 3, , Assists 1, , Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percentage TEAM HIGH YEAR LOW YEAR Wins Losses Wins over One Club 19 vs. PAW vs. PAW 0 vs. COL Losses to One Club 17 vs. PAW vs. BUF GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

89 SINGLE SEASON BATTING LEADERS ( ) BATTING AVERAGE (Qualifying) TRIPLES 1. Ralph Garr Brett Butler Phil Gosselin Barbaro Canizares Brad Komminsk Tommy Gregg Tony Tarasco Ralph Garr Junior Moore Johnny Estrada AT BATS 1. Wes Helms Chipper Jones Albert Hall Chuck Harrison Albert Hall Luis Lopez Jose Munoz Randall Simon Mark Lemke Ed Miller RUNS 1. Albert Hall Paul Runge Bob Beall Ryan Langerhans Dusty Baker Albert Hall Chipper Jones Brad Komminsk Gerald Perry Brett Butler HITS 1. Chipper Jones Randall Simon Bill Robinson Luis Lopez Brett Butler Wes Helms Josh Anderson Brook Jacoby Steve Sisco Mauro Gomez TOTAL BASES 1. Chipper Jones Brook Jacoby Mauro Gomez Hal Breeden Hank Small Ernesto Mejia Bill Robinson Wes Helms Luis Lopez Two players tied 249 DOUBLES 1. Randall Simon Tommy Gregg Gabe Whatley Steve Sisco Freddie Freeman Ernesto Mejia Damon Hollins Ryan Langerhans Mauro Gomez Four players tied Albert Hall Wilson Betemit Chipper Jones Ed Miller Albert Hall Greg Tubbs Brad Tyler Pete Orr Four players tied 9 HOME RUNS 1. Hal Breeden Dave Nicholson Jerry Keller Ernesto Mejia Mike Hessman Jim Beauchamp Jim Beauchamp Chuck Harrison Hank Small Brook Jacoby Stefan Gartrell RUNS BATTED IN 1. Hal Breeden Brad Komminsk Randall Simon Hank Small Brook Jacoby Jerry Keller Gerald Perry Ernesto Mejia Stefan Gartrell Two players tied 90 WALKS 1. Bob Beall Bob Beall Bob Beall Brett Butler Ken Smith Paul Runge Paul Runge Gerald Perry Larry Whisenton Hal Breeden STRIKEOUTS 1. Dave Nicholson Ernesto Mejia Brandon Hicks Jose Oliva Ernesto Mejia Mauro Gomez George Lombard Juan Williams Brad Komminsk Stefan Gartrell STOLEN BASES 1. Ed Miller Albert Hall Ralph Garr Albert Hall Ed Miller Milt Thompson Albert Hall Esix Snead Luis Durango Two players tied 44 HISTORY 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 87

90 HISTORY SINGLE SEASON PITCHING LEADERS ( ) EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Qualifying) COMPLETE GAMES 1. Pablo Torrealba Jim A. Britton Jason Schmidt Wenty Ford Brad Woodall Paul Marak Ron Reed Doug Linton Jamie Easterly Julio Teheran WINS 1. Craig McMurtry Tommy Boggs Tony Brizzolara Brad Woodall Trey Hodges Julio Teheran Ron Reed Barry Lersch Charlie Puleo David Nied LOSSES 1. Tommy Greene Tony Brizzolara Mike Beard Mickey Mahler Roger Alexander Larry Luebbers Nine players tied 13 SAVES 1. Matt Whiteside Jairo Asencio Bill Taylor Terry Clark Jairo Asencio Rod Nichols Joe Dawley Craig Kimbrel Joe Boever David Cortes GAMES 1. Raymond Beasley Pablo Torrealba Raymond Beasley Terry Clark Scott Brow Bill Taylor Pedro Borbon Jairo Asencio Three players tied 57 GAMES STARTED 1. Tommy Boggs Tony Brizzolara Craig McMurtry Mickey Mahler Dan Morogiello Ken Dayley Tony Brizzolara Kenny Carlyle Three players tied Ron Reed Tommy Boggs Mickey Mahler Tony Brizzolara Tom Kelley Dan Morogiello Bob Walk Ed Rakow Wenty Ford Joey McLaughlin SHUTOUTS 1. Ron Reed Joe Cowley Julio Navarro Preston Hanna Tommy Boggs Don Collins Larry McWilliams Tony Brizzolara Charlie Puleo Tommy Greene Armando Reynoso Brad Woodall INNINGS PITCHED 1. Tommy Boggs Ron Reed Mickey Mahler Craig McMurtry Tony Brizzolara Ken Dayley Larry Maxie Dan Morogiello Dan Morogiello Gary Neibauer HITS ALLOWED 1. Tony Brizzolara Tommy Boggs Paul Marak Dan Morogiello Kenny Carlyle Don Collins Joey McLaughlin Tony Brizzolara Craig McMurtry Derrin Ebert WALKS ALLOWED 1. Ken Dayley Craig McMurtry Damian Moss Bob Walk Brian Fisher Tommy Boggs Steve Bedrosian Dave Cheadle Kent Mercker Preston Hanna STRIKEOUTS 1. Ron Reed Ken Dayley Andy Pratt Doug Linton David Nied Gary Neibauer Mickey Mahler Steve Bedrosian Kent Mercker Mike Birkbeck Jon Ratliff GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

91 FRANCHISE CAREER LEADERS: HITTING ( ) AVERAGE (800-plus AB) Ralph Garr.356 Barbaro Canizares.314 Junior Moore.313 Dusty Baker.312 Gerald Perry.311 HITS Larry Whisenton 657 Damon Hollins 648 Paul Runge 642 Chico Ruiz 606 Barbaro Canizares 501 DOUBLES Damon Hollins 159 Paul Runge 109 Barbaro Canizares 100 Wes Timmons 95 Larry Whisenton 94 HOME RUNS Jerry Keller 91 Jim Breazeale 82 Damon Hollins 81 Mike Hessman 61 John Rabb 60 RUNS BATTED IN Damon Hollins 314 Larry Whisenton 308 Paul Runge 305 Jim Breazeale 288 Jerry Keller 279 RUNS Larry Whisenton 392 Paul Runge 385 Bob Beall 351 Damon Hollins 332 Albert Hall 302 AT-BATS Chico Ruiz 2,510 Larry Whisenton 2,505 Damon Hollins 2,401 Paul Runge 2,399 Bob Beall 1,731 GAMES Larry Whisenton 773 Chico Ruiz 765 Paul Runge 704 Damon Hollins 666 Bob Beall 553 BASES ON BALLS Bob Beall 522 Paul Runge 442 Larry Whisenton 432 Ken Smith 300 Jerry Keller 260 TRIPLES Larry Whisenton 46 Albert Hall 32 Chico Ruiz 25 Paul Runge 22 Gerald Perry 17 ERA (300.0-plus Innings) Pablo Torrealba 2.50 Jamie Easterly 2.59 Armando Reynoso 2.61 Ron Reed 2.80 Mike Birkbeck 2.92 STOLEN BASES Albert Hall 186 Ed Miller 172 Ralph Garr 102 Larry Whisenton 93 Jose Constanza 88 Milt Thompson 88 FRANCHISE CAREER LEADERS: PITCHING ( ) GAMES PITCHED Larry Maxie 196 Tom House 183 Dale Polley 182 Tony Brizzolara 177 Larry Jaster 168 STRIKEOUTS Larry Whisenton 508 Damon Hollins 436 Paul Runge 426 Ken Smith 408 Jerry Keller 359 EARNED RUNS Tony Brizzolara 449 Larry Maxie 332 Marty Clary 288 Rich Kester 268 Rick Mahler 259 HISTORY WINS Tony Brizzolara 68 Larry Maxie 48 Brad Woodall 41 Marty Clary 39 Julio Navarro 39 LOSSES Tony Brizzolara 51 Larry Maxie 51 Marty Clary 44 Rich Kester 40 Tommy Greene 37 SAVES Jairo Asencio 53 Rod Nichols 45 Matt Whiteside 42 Tom House 38 Billy Taylor 38 INNINGS PITCHED Tony Brizzolara 1,060.0 Larry Maxie Marty Clary Rich Keste Julio Navarro GAMES STARTED Tony Brizzolara 158 Marty Clary 115 Larry Maxie 108 Todd Redmond 97 Rich Kester 95 COMPLETE GAMES Tony Brizzolara 40 Mickey Mahler 27 Larry Maxie 26 Julio Navarro 25 Rich Kester 24 HITS ALLOWED Tony Brizzolara 1,063 Larry Maxie 813 Marty Clary 682 Rich Kester 608 Brad Woodall 589 BASES ON BALLS Tony Brizzolara 366 Marty Clary 299 Larry Maxie 287 Rick Mahler 259 Gary Neibauer 255 STRIKEOUTS Tony Brizzolara 613 Larry Maxie 608 Rich Kester 535 Todd Redmond 486 Julio Navarro GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 89

92 GWINNETT BRAVES CAREER LEADERS: HITTING ( ) AVERAGE (800-plus AB) Barbaro Canizares.316 Jose Constanza.298 Matt Young.286 Ernesto Mejia.279 Todd Cunningham.272 HITS Jose Constanza 437 Todd Cunningham 334 Sean Kazmar Jr. 328 Joey Terdoslavich 308 Ernesto Mejia 302 DOUBLES Sean Kazmar Jr. 76 Ernesto Mejia 72 Stefan Gartrell 63 Barbaro Canizares 59 Joey Terdoslavich 57 TRIPLES Jose Constanza 13 Todd Cunningham 10 Sean Kazmar Jr. 9 Matt Young 9 Jose Peraza 7 Felix Pie 7 Mallex Smith 7 HOME RUNS Ernesto Mejia 59 Stefan Gartrell 54 Joey Terdoslavich 41 Barbaro Canizares 25 Brandon Hicks 25 RUNS BATTED IN Ernesto Mejia 199 Stefan Gartrell 180 Joey Terdoslavich 163 Barbaro Canizares 156 Sean Kazmar Jr. 138 RUNS Jose Constanza 205 Stefan Gartrell 166 Todd Cunningham 161 Matt Young 158 Joey Terdoslavich 152 STOLEN BASES Jose Constanza 88 Matt Young 57 Todd Cunningham 48 Luis Durango 46 Emilio Bonifacio 37 AT-BATS Jose Constanza 1,465 Sean Kazmar Jr. 1,228 Todd Cunningham 1,226 Joey Terdoslavich 1,168 Stefan Gartrell 1,104 GAMES Jose Constanza 368 Sean Kazmar Jr. 361 Todd Cunningham 333 Joey Terdoslavich 316 Stefan Gartrell 313 BASES ON BALLS Joey Terdoslavich 132 Jose Constanza 127 Wes Timmons 122 Stefan Gartrell 118 Matt Young 117 STRIKEOUTS Stefan Gartrell 323 Ernesto Mejia 306 Joey Terdoslavich 254 Brandon Hicks 211 Jose Constanza 182 HISTORY ERA (200.0-plus Innings) Cody Martin 3.32 Julio Teheran 3.72 Todd Redmond 3.78 Yohan Flande 4.13 Kanekoa Texeira 4.33 GWINNETT BRAVES CAREER LEADERS: PITCHING ( ) GAMES PITCHED Cory Gearrin 126 Ryan Buchter 109 Jairo Asencio 105 Todd Redmond 101 Yohan Flande 93 EARNED RUNS Todd Redmond 245 Yohan Flande 191 Julio Teheran 116 Kanekoa Texeira 113 Daniel Rodriguez 105 WINS Todd Redmond 34 Yohan Flande 23 Julio Teheran 22 Tyrell Jenkins 12 Mariano Gomez 11 Cody Martin 11 LOSSES Todd Redmond 30 Yohan Flande 26 Daniel Rodriguez 16 Kanekoa Texeira 16 Cody Martin 15 SAVES Jairo Asencio 53 Craig Kimbrel 23 Juan Jaime 18 Cory Rasmus 14 Cory Gearrin 13 Ryan Kelly 13 INNINGS PITCHED Todd Redmond Yohan Flande Julio Teheran Cody Martin Kanekoa Texeira GAMES STARTED Todd Redmond 97 Yohan Flande 65 Julio Teheran 51 Cody Martin 43 Daniel Rodriguez 34 COMPLETE GAMES Todd Redmond 4 Chris Ellis 2 Cody Martin 2 Williams Perez 2 11 Players Tied 1 HITS ALLOWED Todd Redmond 567 Yohan Flande 450 Julio Teheran 272 Kanekoa Texeira 257 Cody Martin 234 BASES ON BALLS Todd Redmond 166 Yohan Flande 139 Kanekoa Texeira 114 Ryan Buchter 108 Cody Martin 96 STRIKEOUTS Todd Redmond 486 Yohan Flande 302 Cody Martin 241 Julio Teheran 224 Cory Gearrin GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

93 1966 Average Games At Bats... 4,281 Runs Hits... 1,201 Total Bases... 1,839 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM HITTING STATS ( ) 1972 Average Games At Bats... 4,327 Runs Hits... 1,047 Total Bases... 1,489 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,504 Runs Hits... 1,166 Total Bases... 1,699 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,525 Runs Hits... 1,199 Total Bases... 1,721 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average # Games At Bats... 4,669 Runs Hits... 1,143 Total Bases... 1,652 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,652 Runs Hits... 1,162 Total Bases... 1,718 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,436 Runs Hits... 1,023 Total Bases... 1,443 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,450 Runs Hits... 1,113 Total Bases... 1,610 Doubles # Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,522 Runs Hits... 1,107 Total Bases... 1,557 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,862 Runs Hits... 1,252 Total Bases... 1,779 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,780 Runs Hits... 1,145 Total Bases... 1,724 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,315 Runs Hits... 1,067 Total Bases... 1,570 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,451 Runs Hits... 1,110 Total Bases... 1,599 Doubles # Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,463 Runs Hits... 1,159 Total Bases... 1,705# Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,757 Runs Hits... 1,233 Total Bases... 1,829 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,418 Runs Hits... 1,156 Total Bases... 1,599 Doubles Triples Home Runs... 70# RBI # Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,273 Runs Hits... 1,065 Total Bases... 1,524 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,492 Runs Hits... 1,142 Total Bases... 1,672 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,527 Runs Hits... 1,086 Total Bases... 1,605 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,827 Runs Hits... 1,335 Total Bases... 2,152 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing HISTORY 1970 Average Games At Bats... 4,592 Runs Hits... 1,282 Total Bases... 1,904 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,568 Runs Hits... 1,258 Total Bases... 1,784 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,667 Runs Hits... 1,324 Total Bases... 2,047 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,495 Runs Hits... 1,117 Total Bases... 1,607 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,845 Runs Hits... 1,275 Total Bases... 1,949 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,623 Runs Hits... 1,194 Total Bases... 1,775 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,540 Runs Hits... 1,192 Total Bases... 1,691 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,578 Runs Hits... 1,285 Total Bases... 1,988 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,665 Runs Hits... 1,154 Total Bases... 1,658 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,710 Runs # Hits... 1,222 Total Bases... 1,716 Doubles # Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 91

94 YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM HITTING STATS ( ) 1996 Average Games At Bats... 4,604 Runs Hits... 1,284 Total Bases... 1,909 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,861 Runs Hits... 1,296 Total Bases... 1,823 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,800 Runs Hits... 1,223 Total Bases... 1,681 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,765 Runs Hits... 1,238 Total Bases... 1,861 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts... 1,056 Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,810 Runs Hits... 1,247 Total Bases... 1,793 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,735 Runs Hits... 1,284 Total Bases... 1,952 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,719 Runs Hits... 1,228 Total Bases... 1,887 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,659 Runs Hits... 1,262 Total Bases... 1,836 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,819 Runs Hits... 1,241 Total Bases... 1,824 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts... 1,011 Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,733 Runs Hits... 1,211 Total Bases... 1,842 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,716 Runs # Hits... 1,228 Total Bases... 1,858 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,762 Runs Hits... 1,250 Total Bases... 1,815 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,741 Runs Hits... 1,198 Total Bases... 1,748 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing HISTORY 1999 Average Games At Bats... 4,774 Runs Hits... 1,211 Total Bases... 1,938 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,644 Runs Hits... 1,301 Total Bases... 2,044 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,779 Runs Hits... 1,251 Total Bases... 1,857 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,788 Runs Hits... 1,298 Total Bases... 1,857 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,820 Runs Hits... 1,253 Total Bases... 1,914 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,780 Runs Hits... 1,225 Total Bases... 1,819 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,760 Runs Hits... 1,253 Total Bases... 1,866 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Average Games At Bats... 4,811 Runs Hits... 1,246 Total Bases... 1,674 Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Caught Stealing ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 8 Saves... Innings... 1,277.2 Hits... 1,126 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks... 3 YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM PITCHING STATS ( ) 1967 ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves... Innings... 1,224.1 Hits... 1,051 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 7 Saves... Innings... 1,254 Hits... 1,271 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,143.2 Hits... 1,214 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 9 Saves Innings... 1,191.0 Hits... 1,216 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

95 1971 ERA Games Complete Games... 22# Shutouts... 6 Saves Innings... 1,189.2 Hits... 1,237 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,151.1 Hits... 1,055 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 9 Saves Innings... 1,177.0 Hits... 1,175 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters... 26# Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 25# Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,163.0 Hits... 1,108 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,129.1 Hits... 1,090 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 6 Saves Innings... 1,186.0 Hits... 1,201 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks... 6 YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM PITCHING STATS ( ) 1977 ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 6 Saves Innings... 1,197.2 Hits... 1,189 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 3 Saves Innings... 1,186.0 Hits... 1,206 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,201.2 Hits... 1,157 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,195.0 Hits... 1,183 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,200.2 Hits... 1,064 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 9 Saves Innings... 1,198.1 Hits... 1,258 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 9 Saves Innings... 1,176.2 Hits... 1,150 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,171.1 Hits... 1,218 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,224.1 Hits... 1,115 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games...37* Shutouts Saves... 25## Innings... 1,186.1 Hits... 1,129 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs... 83* Walks Strikeouts * Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,199.0 Hits... 1,245 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings...,194.1 Hits... 1,140 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 9 Saves Innings... 1,244.1 Hits... 1,058 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,241.2 Hits... 1,197 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches... 86# Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 9# Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,277.0 Hits... 1,273 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,243.2 Hits... 1,155 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,004 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 4 Shutouts... 8 Saves Innings... 1,235.1 Hits... 1,209 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,024 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 8 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,273.2 Hits... 1,222 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 4 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,247.2 Hits... 1,126 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,195.2 Hits... 1,190 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 6 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,234.0 Hits... 1,252 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 4 Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,247.0 Hits... 1,320 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 4 Shutouts... 1 Saves Innings... 1,232.0 Hits... 1,256 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,040 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 3 Shutouts... 2 Saves Innings... 1,242.0 Hits... 1,390 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 93 HISTORY

96 HISTORY 2001 ERA Games Complete Games... 3 Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,275.0 Hits... 1,212 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,046 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 4 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,241.2 Hits... 1,229 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 4 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,237.0 Hits... 1,191 Runs Earned Runs * Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,086 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 3 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,190.0 Hits... 1,164 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM PITCHING STATS ( ) 2005 ERA Games Complete Games... 1 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,255.1 Hits... 1,247 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 2 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,255.1 Hits... 1,294 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 2 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,229 Hits... 1,193 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 1 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,232.1 Hits... 1,294 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 1 Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,270.0 Hits... 1,195 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,030 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 2 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,255.1 Hits... 1,294 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 2 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,263.2 Hits... 1,160 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,223 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 5 Shutouts... 9 Saves Innings... 1,251.2 Hits... 1,330 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,044 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 2 Shutouts... 9 Saves Innings... 1,247.2 Hits... 1,241 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,041 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 1 Shutouts... 7 Saves Innings... 1,232.2 Hits... 1,264 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,064 Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 2 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,272.0 Hits... 1,150 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts Hit Batters Wild Pitches Balks ERA Games Complete Games... 5 Shutouts Saves Innings... 1,253.2 Hits... 1,267 Runs Earned Runs Home Runs Walks Strikeouts... 1,073 Hit Batters Wild Pitches... Balks Putouts... 3,833 Assists... 1,423 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,673 Assists... 1,440 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays # Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,762 Assists... 1,404 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM FIELDING STATS ( ) 1969 Putouts... 3,431 Assists... 1,422 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,573 Assists... 1,389 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,569 Assists... 1,404 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,454 Assists... 1,378 Errors Passed Balls... 9 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,531 Assists... 1,413 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,489 Assists... 1,393 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,388 Assists... 1,267 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,558 Assists... 1,586 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,593 Assists... 1,545 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,558 Assists... 1,468 Errors Passed Balls... 4 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,605 Assists... 1,519 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,585 Assists... 1,593 Errors Passed Balls... 8 Double Plays Fielding Percent GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

97 1981 Putouts... 3,602 Assists... 1,503 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM FIELDING STATS ( ) 1989 Putouts... 3,733 Assists... 1,461 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,702 Assists... 1,509 Errors Passed Balls... 9 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,764 Assists... 1,436 Errors Passed Balls... 9 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,743 Assists... 1,500 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,596 Assists... 1,438 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,725 Assists... 1,556 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,741 Assists... 1,449 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,766 Assists... 1,450 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,698 Assists... 1,319 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,530 Assists... 1,407 Errors Passed Balls... 7 Double Plays Fielding Percent...976* 1991 Putouts... 3,831 Assists... 1,570 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,696 Assists... 1,322 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,687 Assists... 1,355 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,816 Assists... 1,485 Errors Passed Balls... 9 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,514 Assists... 1,470 Errors Passed Balls... 9# Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,738 Assists... 1,507 Errors Passed Balls... 9 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,726 Assists... 1,459 Errors Passed Balls... 8 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,679 Assists... 1,377 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,761 Assists... 1,465 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,673 Assists... 1,567* Errors Passed Balls... 8 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,706 Assists... 1,515 Errors Passed Balls... 25# Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,825 Assists... 1,442 Errors Passed Balls... 9 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,810 Assists... 1,392 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,559 Assists... 1,381 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,821 Assists... 1,539 Errors Passed Balls... 8 Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,725 Assists... 1,462 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,679 Assists... 1,377 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,597 Assists... 1,541 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,743 Assists... 1,549 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,711 Assists... 1,355 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,791 Assists... 1,257 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent HISTORY 1988 Putouts... 3,583 Assists... 1,289 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,587 Assists... 1,301 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,597 Assists... 1,342 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent Putouts... 3,755 Assists... 1,359 Errors Passed Balls Double Plays Fielding Percent April 22, 1966 Amado Samuel...SS Ethan Blackaby...RF Bill Cowan... CF Jim Beauchamp...1B Tommie Aaron...LF Billy Southworth...3B Marv Breeding... 2B Ed Sadowski... C Dick Kelley... P L 3-2 vs. Rochester April 20, 1968 Gil Garrido...SS Santiago Rosario... LF Chuck Harrison... 1B Adrian Garrett... 3B Dave Nicholson... RF Jesse Gonder... C Cito Gaston... CF Al Cambero... 2B Larry Maxie... P L 2-1 vs. Rochester OPENING DAY LINEUPS ( ) April 17, 1970 Dusty Baker... RF Oscar Brown... CF Darrell Evans... 3B Jim Breazeale... 1B Shaun Fitzmaurice... LF Jack Crist... 2B Buddy Booker... C Frank Obregon... SS Julio Navarro... P L 2-1 vs. Toledo April 14, 1972 Guy Rose CF Luis Alcarez... 2B Tommie Aaron... 3B Rich Joseph... 1B Rich Barry... LF Shaun Fitzmaurice... RF Bob Didier... C Leo Foster... SS Rick Kester... P L 5-4 vs. Toledo (10.) April 19, 1974 Bob Beall... 1B Oscar Brown... CF John Fuller... LF Wayne Nordhagen... RF Jim Breazeale... C Larvell Blanks... 3B Rod Gilbreath... 2B Sonny Jackson... SS Max Leon... P W 4-3 vs. Syracuse (10) April 27, 1967 Angel Hermoso... 2B Mike Lum... RF Vince Ferguson... CF Dave Nicholson... LF George Kopacz... 1B Ed Pacheco... SS Marv Breeding... 3B John Hoffman... C Ed Rakow... P W 9-5 vs. Syracuse April 20, 1969 Oscar Brown... CF Frank Obregon... SS Mike Page... RF Mike de la Hoz... 3B Hal Breeden B Jack Damaska... 2B Dave Adlesh... C Adrian Garrett... LF Paul Doyle... P L 4-2 vs. Syracuse April 17, 1971 Guy Rose CF Oscar Brown... RF Tommie Aaron... 3B Darrell Evans... LF Jim Breazeale... 1B Van Kelly... 2B Fred Velazquez... C Leo Foster... SS Gary Neibauer... P W 5-3 vs. Toledo April 13, 1973 Chico Ruiz... 2B Rowland Office... CF Andre Thornton... 3B Jack Pierce... 1B Shaun Fitzmaurice... DH John Fuller... RF Guy Rose LF Leo Foster... SS Bob Didier... C Max Leon... P L 6-3 vs. Pawtucket April 11, 1975 Bob Beall... RF Wayne Nordhagen... LF Reggie Sanders... 1B Brian Asselstine... CF Jim Breazeale... C Junior Moore... 3B Jeff Geach... 2B Dale Soderholm... 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98 April 16, 1976 Bob Beall... 1B Brian Asselstine... CF Junior Moore... RF Reggie Sanders... DH Joe Nolan... C Jeff Geach... 3B Chico Ruiz... 2B Jimmy Collins... LF Pat Rockett... SS Frank LaCorte... P W 17-1 vs. Syracuse April 12, 1983 Albert Hall... CF Gerald Perry... 1B Brad Komminsk... LF Larry Whisenton... RF Brook Jacoby... 3B Leo Vargas... DH Paul Runge... 2B Matt Sinatro... C Paul Zuvella... SS Bob Walk... P L 10-4 vs. Toledo OPENING DAY LINEUPS ( ) April 7, 1990 Greg Tubbs... LF Tommy Hinzo... 2B Ed Whited... 3B Geronimo Berroa...RF Francisco Cabrera... 1B Brian Hunter... DH Greg Olson... C Dennis Hood... CF Ken Dowell... SS Rusty Richards... P L 4-3 vs. Columbus April 3, 1997 Marty Malloy... 2B Ed Giovanola... SS Damon Hollins... CF Tommy Gregg... RF Randall Simon... 1B Wes Helms... 3B Brad Tyler... LF Fausto Tejero... C Brad Woodall... P L Scranton/WB April 8, 2004 Ryan Langerhans...CF Jorge Velandia SS Ryan Jackson...1B Damon Hollins...RF Wilson Betemit B Joe DePastino...C Russ Branyan...LF Nick Green B Travis Smith...P W 2-0 vs. Louisville April 15, 1977 Bob Beall... 1B Chico Ruiz... 2B Jimmy Collins... RF Jeff Geach... LF Jim Breazeale... DH Dale Murphy... C Barry Bonnell... CF Jerry Maddox... 3B Rob Belloir... SS Al Autry... P L 5-1 vs. Toledo April 14, 1978 Eddie Miller... CF Rob Belloir... SS Mike Macha... DH Larry Whisenton... LF Jerry Maddox... 3B Glenn Hubbard... 2B Hank Small... 1B Bruce Benedict... C Jim Arline... RF Larry McWilliams... P W 3-2 vs. Rochester April 10, 1984 Milt Thompson... CF Tom Hayes... 3B Larry Whisenton... DH Brad Komminsk... LF Rufino Linares... RF Ken Smith... 1B Paul Zuvella... SS Roger LaFrancois... C Chico Ruiz... 2B Tony Brizzolara... P L Columbus April 11, 1985 Milt Thompson... CF Randy Johnson... 3B Doc Estes... 1B Miguel Sosa... 2B Gene Roof... LF Lee Graham RF Glenn Gulliver... DH Carlos Rios... SS Larry Owen... C Steve Shields P L Syracuse April 10, 1991 Rico Rossy... SS John Alva... 2B Mike Bell... 1B Brian Hunter... LF Tracy Woodson... 3B Andy Tomberlin... CF Glenn Wilson... DH Kelly Mann... C Mike Loggins... RF Randy Kramer... P L Columbus April 9, 1992 Bobby Moore... RF Sean Ross... CF Jeff Manto... 3B Boi Rodriguez... DH Francisco Cabrera...C Ryan Klesko... 1B Keith Mitchell... LF Vinny Castilla... SS Keith Smith... 2B Armando Reynoso...P W 10-1 vs. Columbus April 9, 1998 Mike Warner... CF Marty Malloy... 2B Damon Hollins... RF Randall Simon... 1B Gene Schall... LF Wes Helms... 3B Ray Holbert... SS Fausto Tejero... C Paul Byrd... P L 7-3 vs. Charlotte April 8, 1999 Lonell Roberts... CF Marty Malloy... 3B Brad Tyler... DH Gene Schall... 1B George Lombard... LF Steve Sisco... 2B Gabe Whatley... RF Mark DeRosa SS Pascual Matos... C Micah Bowie... P L Durham April 8, 2005 Esix Snead...CF Jason Bourgeois...2B John Barnes...RF James Jurries... DH Andy Marte...3B Carlos Mendez...1B Bill McCarthy...LF Brayan Pena...C Tony Pena...SS Kyle Davies...P W Buffalo April 6, 2006 Caesar Crespo...CF Bryan Pena...C James Jurries...2B Bill McCarthy...LF Scott Thorman... DH David Kelton...RF Wes Timmons...3B Jonathan Schuerholz..2B Tony Pena...SS Anthony Lerew P W Buffalo HISTORY April 11, 1979 Eddie Miller... CF Chico Ruiz... 2B Larry Whisenton... LF Hank Small... 1B Terry Harper... RF Jerry Maddox... 3B Jim Arline... DH Larry Owen... C Pat Rockett... SS Tony Brizzolara... P L 3-2 vs. Toledo (11 in.) April 16, 1980 Jim Wessinger... 3B Glenn Hubbard... 2B Larry Whisenton... RF Jerry Keller... DH Terry Harper... CF Ken Smith... 1B Rufino Linares... LF Bruce Benedict... C Rafael Ramirez... SS Tony Brizzolara... P L 6-0 vs. Toledo April 11, 1986 Albert Hall... CF Paul Zuvella... SS Gerald Perry... 1B Brad Komminsk... 3B Doc Estes... LF Paul Runge... 2B John Rabb... DH Lee Graham RF Larry Owen... C Steve Shields P W 12-2 vs. Rochester April 10, 1987 Kelly Heath... LF Paul Runge... 3B Darryl Motley... CF Dave Griffin... 1B John Rabb... DH Mike Brown... RF Mike Fischlin... SS Stan Cliburn... C Jeff Blauser... 2B Cliff Speck... P L 14-7 vs. Syracuse April 8, 1993 Ramon Caraballo B Tony Tarasco RF Chipper Jones... SS Ryan Klesko... 1B Melvin Nieves... LF Javy Lopez... C Mike Kelly... CF Jose Oliva... 3B Mike Birkbeck... P W Scranton/WB April 7, 1994 Jarvis Brown... CF Mike Mordecai... SS Beau Allred... RF Jose Oliva... 3B Luis Lopez... 1B Troy Hughes... LF Eddie Perez... C Ramon Caraballo.... DH Jose Olmeda... 2B Mike Birkbeck... P W 7-1 vs. Toledo April 6, 2000 George Lombard... LF Steve Sisco... 2B Tim Unroe... RF Brian Hunter... 1B Wes Helms... 3B Mark DeRosa SS Tyrone Pendergrass..CF Pascual Matos... C Don Wengert... P L 5-2 vs. Indianapolis April 5, 2001 Pedro Swann... LF Mark DeRosa SS Mike Robertson... RF Chan Perry... 1B Howard Battle... DH Marcus Giles... 2B Jesse Levis... C Jesse Garcia... 3B Michael Carter... CF Damian Moss P L Durham April 9, 2007 Willie Harris...LF Martin Prado...2B Yunel Escobar...SS Doug Clark DH T.J. Bohn...RF Barbaro Canizares.... 1B Corky Miller...C Gregor Blanco...CF Wes Timmons...3B Buddy Carlyle...P L Scranton/WB April 3, 2008 Josh Anderson CF Brent Lillibridge...SS Brandon Jones...LF Barbaro Canizares... DH Joe Borchard...RF Scott Thorman...1B J.C. Holt...2B Clint Sammons...C Wes Timmons...3B Buddy Carlyle...P L 9-5 vs. Rochester April 10, 1981 Brett Butler CF Matt Sinatro... C Larry Whisenton... LF Jerry Keller... DH Ken Smith... 1B Craig Landis... RF Steve Hammond... 3B Paul Runge... SS Chico Ruiz... 2B Larry McWilliams...P L Toledo April 7, 1988 Greg Tubbs... CF Jeff Blauser... SS Jeff Wetherby... LF Ron Gant... 2B Lonnie Smith... DH Dave Justice... RF Dave Griffin... 1B Alex Smith... 3B John Mizerock... C Marty Clary... P L 5-3 vs. Pawtucket April 6, 1995 Kevin O Connor... LF Jose Olmeda... 2B Jose Munoz... 3B Darren Reed... RF Mike Twardoski... 1B Francisco Cabrera.. DH John Orton... C Bobby Moore... CF Ed Giovanola... SS Rod Nichols... P W Columbus April 4, 2002 Damon Hollins...CF Ramon Castro...SS Matt Franco... DH Ozzie Timmons...RF Tim Unroe...1B Travis Wilson...LF Mike Hessman...3B Steve Torrealba...C Chris Petersen...2B Doug Linton...P W 5-3 vs. Durham April 9, 2009 Gregor Blanco...CF Diory Hernandez...SS Brandon Jones...LF Barbaro Canizares.... 1B Brooks Conrad B Joe Borchard... DH Van Pope...3B J.C. Boscan...C Reid Gorecki...RF Tommy Hanson...P W Charlotte April 13, 1982 Albert Hall... CF Paul Runge... 2B Gerald Perry... 1B Terry Harper... RF Bob Porter... DH Leo Vargas... LF Mike Colbern... C Paul Zuvella... SS Brook Jacoby... 3B Ken Dayley... P L Columbus April 5, 1989 Barry Jones... LF Chris Shaddy... SS Mark Lemke... 2B German Rivera...3B Ed Whited... DH Dave Justice... RF Drew Denson... 1B Terry Blocker... CF John Mizerock... C Marty Clary... P W Columbus April 5, 1996 Damon Hollins... CF Tony Graffanino... 2B Robert Smith... 3B Jermaine Dye... RF Omar Garcia... 1B Aldo Pecorilli... DH Bobby Moore... LF Pablo Martinez SS Joe Ayrault C Brad Woodall... P L 4-1 vs. Columbus April 3, 2003 Donzell McDonald...CF Jesse Garcia... SS Wilson Betemit B Mike Hessman... 1B Johnny Estrada... C Travis Wilson... DH Damon Hollins... RF Nick Green B Stubby Clapp... LF Ryan Glynn... P L Charlotte April 8, 2010 Gregor Blanco...CF Matt Young...LF Joe Thurston...2B Barbaro Canizares... DH Freddie Freeman...1B Brent Clevlen...RF Brandon Hicks...SS Clint Sammons...C Wes Timmons...3B James Parr...SP W 8-6 vs. Charlotte 96 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

99 April 7, 2011 Jordan Schafer...CF Jose Constanza...LF Willie Cabrera...RF Ed Lucas...SS Diory Hernandez...2B Joe Mather B Mauro Gomez... DH Shawn Bowman B Wilkin Castillo...C Rodrigo Lopez...SP W 2-1 vs. Durham April 5, 2012 Luis Durango...CF Jordan Parraz... RF Stefan Gartrell...LF Ernesto Mejia B Joey Terdoslavich... 3B Christian Marrero... DH Josh Wilson... 2B Greg Paiml SS J.C. Boscan... C Todd Redmond... P L Durham (12 in.) April 5, 2013 Jose Constanza...LF Tyler Pastornicky...SS Joey Terdoslavich...RF Ernesto Mejia B Blake DeWitt...2B Todd Cunningham...CF Joe Leonard B Jordan Parraz... DH Matt Pagnozzi...C Sean Gilmartin...SP W 5-4 vs. Charlotte April 3, 2014 Jose Constanza...LF Todd Cunningham... CF Joey Terdoslavich...RF Ernesto Mejia B Tommy La Stella... 2B Edward Salcedo... 3B Mark Hamilton... DH Christian Bethancourt.. C Tyler Greene... SS Gavin Floyd... P L Durham OPENING DAY LINEUPS ( ) April 9, 2015 Todd Cunningham...CF Jose Peraza B Eury Perez...RF Pedro Ciriaco... 3B Cedric Hunter... DH Joe Benson... LF Elmer Reyes... SS Sean Kazmar... 1B Braeden Schlehuber.. C Mike Foltynewicz... P L 1-0 vs. Durham April 7, 2016 Mallex Smith...CF Daniel Castro...SS Reid Brignac...2B Tyler Moore... DH Matt Tuiasosopo...LF Blake Lalli...1B Ryan Lavarnway...C Rio Ruiz...3B Chase d Arnaud...RF Jhoulys Chacin...SP W Norfolk A- Aardsma, David (15) Aaron, Tommie (66-67, 71-72) Abbott, Kurt (01) Abreu, Juan (11) Abreu, Winston (00) Acker, Jim (81) Acosta, Manny (06-09) Adlesh, Dave (69) Aguilar, Ray (03-04) Akins, Sidney (88) Alba, Gibson (90-91) Alberts, Butch (80) Albies, Ozzie (16) Alcarez, Luis (80) Alexander, Roger (75, 77-79) Alicea, Edwin (88-89) Allen, Hank (71) Allred, Beau (94) Almanza, Armando (04) Almanzer, Carlos (06) Almonte, Hector (05) Alomar, Sandy (66) Arnold, Derrick (08) Alva, John (90-91) Alvarez, Dario (16) Alvarez, Jose (81-83, 86-88, 95) Amaral, Rich (00) Anderson, Josh (08, 10) Anderson, Larry (79) Angelini, Norm (76-77) Arlich, Don (68-69) Arline, Jim (78-79) Armas, Tony (09) Arnold, Derrick (07) Arnold, Jamie (98) Arrigo, Gerry (71) Arteaga, Josh (05) Asencio, Jairo (09, 11) Asselstine, Brian (75-77, 79) Atkins, Mitch (14) Autry, Al (76-77) Avery, Steve (90, 00) Avilan, Luis (14) Ayala, Luis (13) Aybar, Erick (16) Aybar, Willy (06) Ayrault, Joe (96-97) Baerlocher, Ryan (07) Baker, Brad (06) Baker, Dusty (69-71) Bales, Lee (66) Baller, Jay (93) Banuelos, Manny (15-16) Barber, Steve (70) Bark, Brian (92-95) Barker, Brandon (15) Barkett, Andy (00, 05) Barnes, John (05) Barnowski, Ed (68) ALL-TIME RICH/GWN ROSTER (Aardsma-Dyer) Barry, Kevin (04-07) Barry, Rich (72) Barton, Brian (09) Basner, Ryan (05-08) Bass, Jayson (99) Bates, Del (67-68) Batista, Miguel (12) Battle, Howard (99, 01) Bautista, Danny (97) Beachy, Brandon (10-11, 13) Beall, Bob (74-77, 79-80) Beard, Dave (86) Beard, Mike (71-73, 75-76) Beasley, Raymond (98, 00-02) Beato, Pedro (14) Beauchamp, Jim (66-67) Beauchamp, Kash (88-89) Bechtold, George (69) Beckham, Gordon (16) Bedrosian, Steve (81) Behenna, Rick (83) Belisle, Matt (03) Bell, Mike (91) Bell, Terry (88-89) Belliard, Rafael (98) Belloir, Rob (75-78) Beltre, Esteban (96) Benbow, Lou (96) Benedict, Bruce (78, 80) Bennett, Jeff (07, 09) Bennett, Paul (08) Benson, Joe (15) Bernard, Miguel (05) Bernero, Adam (05) Berroa, Geronimo (90) Betemit, Wilson (02-04) Bethancourt, Christian (14-15) Bigbie, Larry (07) Birkbeck, Mike (93-94) Bisenius, Joe (13) Blackaby, Ethan (66) Blair, Aaron (16) Blair, Dirk (95) Blanco, Gregor (06-07, 09-10) Blanks, Larvell (73-74) Blasingame, Wade (66) Blauser, Jeff (87-88) Blefary, Curt (73) Blocker, Terry (88-89) Bockhorn, Glen (82) Boever, Joe (87-88) Boggs, Brandon (13-14) Boggs, Mitchell (15) Boggs, Tommy (78-79, 82-83) Bohn, T.J. (07) Bolivar, Luis (10) Bong, Jung Keun (03) Bonifacio, Emilio (16) Bonnell, Barry (76-77) Booker, Buddy (69-70) Borbon, Pedro (93-94, 98) Borchard, Joe (08-09) Boris, Paul (84) Borowski, Joe (96-97) Boscan, J.C. (02-05, 09-12) Boscan, Wilfredo (16) Bourgeois, Jason (05) Bowie, Micah (99) Bowman, Ernie (68) Bowman, Shawn (11) Boyer, Blaine (07) Bradford, Larry (77-79, 84) Bradley, Jed (16) Bragg, Darren (02) Branyan, Russell (04) Breazeale, Jim (70-71, 73-77) Breeden, Hal (69-70) Breeding, Marv (66-67) Briggs, Anthony (98) Brigham, Jake (15) Brignac, Reid (16) Britton, Jim A. (66-67) Britton, Jimmy (71, 73) Brizzolara, Tony (78-85) Broadway, Michael (10) Brock, Chris (95-97) Brooks, Antone (99) Brooks, Frank (05) Brow, Scott (97) Brower, Jim (05) Brown, Jarvis (94) Brown, Jeff (95) Brown, Mike (87) Brown, Oscar (69-72, 74) Brownlie, Bobby (09) Bruce, Bob (67) Buchter, Ryan (12-14) Buckley, Travis (98) Bueno, Francisley (07-09) Bullard, Jason (98) Bullock, Billy (11-12) Burawa, Danny (15-16) Burke, Chris (09) Burlingame, Dennis (93) Burnett, Sean (16) Burrus, Josh (05) Bush, Paul (06-07) Butler, Adam (98-99) Butler, Brett (81-82) Byrd, Paul (97-98, 04) Cabrera, Francisco (89-92, 95) Cabrera, Willie (10-11) Cador, Roger (77) Calais, Ian (00) Calzado, Napoleon (04) Cambero, Alberto (68) Camp, Rick (76, 79) Campbell, Dave (77) Campillo, Jorge (08-09) Canizares, Barbaro (07-10) Cann, Stu (72) Cannizzaro, Chris (66) Capellan, Jose (04) Capra, Buzz (76) Caraballo, Ramon (92-94) Carden, Jay (68) Carlyle, Buddy (07-09, 12) Carlyle, Kenny (97-98) Carpenter, David (13-14) Carpenter, David L. (15) BOLD=National Baseball Hall of Famer Carrasco, D.J. (12) Carrithers, Alden (13) Carroll, Clay (67) Carter, Chris (11) Carter, Michael (01) Cary, Chuck (87-88) Casarotti, Rich (91) Castiglione, Bob (68-70) Castilla, Vinny (91-92) Castillo, Frank (03) Castillo, Tony (90-91) Castillo, Wilkin (11) Castro, Daniel (15-16) Castro, Ramon (01-03) Cather, Michael (97-99) Cedeno, Juan (13) Cepeda, Jose (00) Cervenka, Hunter (15) Chacin, Jhoulys (16) Champion, Bill (76) Chance, Bob (69) Chapman, Jaye (11-12) Charlton, Norm (98) Cheadle, Dave (74, 76) Chen, Bruce (98-00) Chiffer, Floyd (86-87) Childers, Jason (05) Childers, Matt (05) Childress, Chip (87) Christopher, Joe (66) Cicterna, Joe (66, 68-69) Ciriaco, Pedro (15) Clapp, Stubby (03) Clark, Dera (94) Clark, Doug (07) Clark, Terry (94) Clary, Marty (85-89) Clay, David (84-85) Cleto, Maikel (16) Clevlen, Brent (10) Cliburn, Stan (87) Click, Paul (73) Cline, Ty (66) Cloninger, Tony (72) Clontz, Brad (94, 97) Closter, Al (74-75) Coffman, Kevin (88, 92, 95) Colbern, Mike (82) Cole, Tim (82) Colina, Alvin (09) Collins, Don (76-79) Collins, Jimmy (76-77) Colon, Roman ( ) Colyer, Steve (07) Conrad, Brooks (09) Constanza, Jose (11-14) Corcoran, Tim (13) Cordier, Erik (10-12) Cormier, Lance (06-07) Cormier, Rheal (07) Cornely, John (15) Cortes, David (98-99) Cowan, Billy (66) Cowley, Joe (81-83) Cox, Bobby (67) Cox, Darron (96) Crabbe, Bruce (90-91) Crespo, Caesar (06) Crist, Jack (68-71) Cruz, Enrique (08) Cruz, Rafael (09) Cuevas, John (92) Cullen, Jack (69-70) Cumberland, Chris (01) Cummings, Mike (75) Cunnane, Will (03-04) Cunniff, Brandon (15-16) Cunningham, Todd (13-15) Curry, Steve (81-82, 85-86) Curtis, Daniel (04-06) Czarnik, Chris (90) -B- -C- -D- D Acquisto, John (82) D Allessandro, Sal (87) d Arnaud, Chase (16) Damaska, Jack (69-71) Davey, Mike (77-78) Davidson, Ted (68) Davies, Kyle (04-07) Davis, John (91) Davis, Trench (87) Davis, Vic (66) Dawley, Joe (99, 01-03) Dayley, Ken (81-84) De La Cruz, Joel (16) de la Hoz, Mike (68-69) Deak, Brian (92) Dean, Kevin (89) Dedmon, Jeff (83-85) Dedrick, Jim (98) Dehart, Casey (05) Deitz, Tim (89) Delgado, Randall (11-12) DeLome, Collin (12) Denson, Drew (89-90) DePastino, Joe (04) DeRosa, Mark (99-02) DeSalvo, Matt (08) Dettmer, John (96) Devine, Adrian (73-74) Devine, Joey (05-07) Dewey, Todd (88) DeWitt, Blake (13) Diamond, Scott (10) Diaz, Carlos (81-82) Diaz, Matt (08, 10) Didier, Bob (70-73, 76) DiLauro, Jack (71) Dillon, Russ (72) Dishman, Richard (00) Dowell, Ken (90) Doyle, Paul (69) Doyle, Terry (14) Dozier, Tom (88) Drew, Tim (04) Dukes, Tom (66) Duliba, Bob (70-71) Dunbar, Tommy (88-89) Dunn, Michael (10) Duran, Carlos (05-06) Durango, Luis (12) Dye, Jermaine (95-96) Dyer, Mike (97) HISTORY 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 97

100 HISTORY Earley, Arnold (66) Easterly, Jamie (74-76, 79) Eave, Gary (88-89) Ebert, Derrin (98-00) Eden, Mike (76-77) Edge, Butch (80) Egan, Pat (13) Eichelberger, Juan (85-88) Eichhorn, Mark (89) Elliott, Donnie (93) Ellis, Chris (16) Emiliano, Jamie (03) Ennis, John (03) Esasky, Nick (92) Escobar, Yunel (07, 10) Espino, Juan (88) Estes, Doc (85-86) Estrada, Johnny (03) Evans, Darrell (69-71) Evans, Lee (03-04) Eveland, Dana (15) Evert, Brett (04) F- Farmer, Bryan (89) Farrell, Dick (70) Fasano, Sal (08) Feigl, Brady (15) Ferguson, Vince (66-68) Fesh, Sean (04) Field, Greg (80, 82-83) Fields, Bruce (91) Figueroa, Dom (72, 75, 77) Finlay, Andy (67) Fiore, Mike (73) Fiorentino, Jeff (11) Fischlin, Mike (87-88) Fisher, Brian (84) Fisher, Carlos (14-15) Fitzgerald, Jason (03) Fitzmaurice, Shaun (69-73) Flach, Jason (00) Flande, Yohan (11-13) Flowers, Tyler (16) Floyd, Gavin (14) Foltynewicz, Mike (15-16) Ford, Wenty (73-74) Fore, Chuck (82-83) Foreman, Greg (74) Foster, John (02, 05) Foster, Leo (71-73) Fox, Chad (96-97) Frachiseur, Zach (00) Franco, Iker (05, 07) Franco, Julio (07) Franco, Matt (02) Franklin, Wayne (06) Freeman, Freddie (10, 13, 15) Freeman, Jimmy (72-75) Freeman, Marvin (90, 93) French, Jim (71) Friday, Brian (12) Fuller, John (72-74) Funk, Frank (66-67) Fussell, Chris (03) G- Galasso, Bob (84) Gallagher, Al (74-75) Gamble, Jerome (08-09) Gant, John (16) Gant, Ron (88-89) Garcia, Adonis (15-16) Garcia, Damaso (87) Garcia, Freddy (13) Garcia, Jesse (01-04) Garcia, Omar (96) Garnell, Gene (67) Garr, Ralph (69-70) Garrett, Adrian (66-69) Garrido, Gil (66-68, 73) Gartrell, Stefan (11-13) Gaston, Cito (68) Gatewood, Aubrey (70) Gattis, Evan (13-14) Gawer, Matt (00) Gaylor, Stephen (16) Geach, Jeff (75-77) Gearrin, Cory (10-13) Gibson, Derrick (05) Gibson, James Hoot (82) ALL-TIME RICH/GWN ROSTER (Earley-Moore) Gilbreath, Rod (73-74) Giles, Marcus (01-02) Gilkey, Bernard (01) Gilmartin, Sean (12-13) Giovanola, Ed (94-97) Glaus, Troy (10) Glavine, Mike (01) Glavine, Tom (86-87, 09) Glynn, Ryan (03-04) Gnacinski, Paul (86) Golson, Greg (13) Gomez, Mariano (09-10) Gomez, Mauro (11) Gomez, Pat (90-92) Gonder, Jesse (68) Gonzalez, Mike (08) Gorecki, Reid (08-09) Gosselin, Phil (13-14) Gotay, Ruben (08, 11-12) Gourieux, Dave (70-73) Graffanino, Tony (95-96) Graham, Lee (85-86) Granger, Jeff (00) Grant, Mark (91) Green, Nick (01, 03-04) Greene, Charlie (01) Greene, Tommy (88-90) Greene, Tyler (13-14) Gregg, Tommy (91-92, 97) Greisinger, Seth (05) Griffin, Dave (87-88) Griffith, Derrell (67) Grijak, Kevin (95-96) Grubb, John (88) Gryboski, Kevin (02) Grzenda, Joe (74) Guerrero, Inocencio (85, 87) Guinn, Skip (67-68) Gulliver, Glenn (85) Gunderson, Kevin (09) Gustafson, Tim (10) Haas, Bill (66) Halama, John (09) Hale, David (13) Hall, Albert (82-83, 85-86) Halla, Ryan (00) Hamilton, Mark (14) Hammond, Chris (01) Hammond, Steve (80, 82) Hampton, MIke (05, 08) Hancock, Bill (66) Hanson, Tommy (09, 12) Hanel, Marcus (98) Hanna, Preston (75-77) Hardin, Jim (72) Hardy, Rowdy (11) Harper, Terry (78-82, 84) Harrell, Lucas (16) Harrilchak, Cory (12) Harris, Reggie (00) Harris, Willie (07) Harrison, Chuck (68) Harrison, Tom (95-00) Hartgraves, Dean (96-97) Hatcher, Jon (87) Hayes, Tom (84) Heath, Deunte (09) Heath, Kelly (86-87) Heath, Lee (94) Heierle, Tom (68) Helms, Wes (97-98, 00, 11) Henry, Dwayne (89-90) Hensley, Chuck (87) Hermann, Ed (68) Hermoso, Angel (67) Hernandez, Buddy (03-05, 07) Hernandez, Diory (08-11) Hernandez, Luis (06) Hernandez, Moises (07) Hernandez, Roberto M. (03) Hernandez, Roberto (16) Hernstein, John (66) Herrera, Alex (05) Hessman, Mike (02-04) Heyward, Jason (09, 11, 13) Hicks, Brandon (10-11) Hill, Garry (68-70) Hinzo, Tommy (90) Hippauf, Herb (66) Hodge, Ed (86) Hodges, Trey (02, 04-05, 07) Hoffman, John (67-68) Holbert, Ray (98) Holifield, Rick (98) Hollins, Damon (96-98, 01-04) Holman, Dale (86-87) Holman, Shawn (91, 93) Holt, J.C. (07-10) Hood, Dennis (90) Hoover, J.J. (11) Horn, Jeff (00) Hostetler, Mike (93-94, 96-97) House, Pat (66) House, Tom (67-72) Houston, Tyler (93-95) Howard, Larry (73-74) Howard, Steve (92) Hoyt, James (14) Hriniak, Walt (67) Hubbard, Glenn (78-80) Hubbard, Mike (00, 03) Huber, Jon (09) Hudek, John (99) Hudson, Tim (09, 12) Hughes, Dusty (12-13) Hughes, Troy (94) Hunter, Brian (90-91, 93, 00) Hunter, Cedric (15) Hursh, Jason (15-16) Hyams, Levi (16) Hyde, Lee (07, 10) Iglesias, Mike (99) Inciarte, Ender (16) Infante, Alexis (90) Infante, Omar (08-09, 16) Ingle, Randy (86) Jackson, Ryan (04) Jackson, Sonny (72, 74) Jacobs, Ryan (98) Jacoby, Brook (82-83) Jaime, Juan (14-15) James, Chuck (05-06, 08) Janas, Stephen (16) Janish, Paul (13) Jarvis, Pat (66) Jaster, Larry (70-74) Jenkins, Tyrell (15-16) Johnson, Adam (99) Johnson, Benji (09) Johnson, Chris (15) Johnson, Don (69) Johnson, Jim (16) Johnson, Joe (83-85) Johnson, Jonathan (06-07) Johnson, Judd (92-94) Johnson, Kelly (04-06, 09, 15) Johnson, Randy (81-82, 85) Johnson, Rontrez (03) Jones, Andruw (96) Jones, Barry (88-90, 93) Jones, Bobby M. (03) Jones, Brandon (07-09) Jones, Chipper (93) Jones, Chris (01) Jones, Craig (82, 84) Jones, Mike (86) Jones, Mitch (10) Jones, Monk (77) Jones, Mycal (14-15) Jones, Ron (93) Jordan, Brian (06) Jordan, Ricardo (00) Joseph, Ricardo (72) Julio, Jorge (08) Junge, Eric (12) Jurich, Mark (08) Jurries, James (04-06) Jurrjens, Jair (10-12) Justice, David (88-90) Kawakami, Kenshin (10) Kazmar Jr., Sean (13-16) Keller, Jerry (78-82) Keller, Kris (02) Kelley, Dick (66) Kelley, Tom (70, 73-75) Kelly, Casey (16) Kelly, Mike (93-95) BOLD=National Baseball Hall of Famer Kelly, Pat (92, 94-95) Kelly, Ryan (15) Kelly, Van (68-69, 71-73) Kelton, David (06) Kennelly, Matt (11, 13, 15) Kent, Steve (16) Kerfeld, Charlie (90) Kester, Rich (68-73) Kilner, John (89) Kimbrel, Craig (09-10) King, Doug (68) King, Richard (95) Kirkland, Cody (09) Kleinknecht, Barrett (15) Klesko, Ryan (92-93) Kline, Steve (77) Kohn, Michael (15) Komminsk, Brad (82-84, 86) Koonce, Don (74) Koonce, Graham (07) Kopacz, George (66-67, 69) Kotchman, Casey (09) Kottaras, George (16) Kowitz, Brian (93-95) Kramer, Randy (91) Kremers, Jimmy (90) Kreutzer, Frank (68) Kroeger, Josh (12) Krol, Ian (16) Kubitza, Kyle (16) Kurcz, Aaron (15) Lacey, John (76) LaCorte, Frank (75-78) LaFrancois, Roger (84) Laird, Gerald (13) Lalli, Blake (16) Lambson, Mitch (15) Lamm, Mark (13-14) Lamont, Gene (73) Landis, Craig (81-82) Landoni, Emerson (16) Langerhans, Ryan (03-04) LaPlante, Michel (00) LaRoche, Adam (03-04) LaRose, Vic (70) LaRussa, Tony (72) Laskey, Bill (90) La Stella, Tommy (14) Lavarnway, Ryan (15-16) Lawrence, Brian (08) Leach, Brent (12) Leach, Terry (79, 84) Lee, Garrett (00, 02) Lee, Mark (96) Lee, Michael (13) Leggat, Rich (85) Lemasters, Jim (89) Lemke, Mark (89) Lennerton, Jordan (15) Leon, Max (73-74, 78) Leonard, Joe (13-14) Lerew, Anthony (05-08) Lersch, Barry (74) Lerud, Steve (14) Levis, Jesse (01) Lewis, Derrick (01-03) Lewis, T.R. (97) Lickert, John (85) Ligtenberg, Kerry (97, 00-01) Lillibridge, Brent (07-08) Lilliquist, Derek (88, 90) Linares, Rufino (78-80, 83-84) Linton, Doug (02) Lipka, Matt (16) Lisi, Ric (84) Livingstone, Stu (79) Loadenthal, Carl (08) Lobb, David (71-72) Loe, Kameron (13-14) Logan, Boone (09) Loggins, Mike (91) Lombard, George (99-02) Lomon, Kevin (94-96) Long, Robert (86) Lopez, Fred (91) Lopez, Javy (93) Lopez, Luis (94, 04) Lopez, Pee Wee (02) Lopez, Rodrigo (11) Lovelace, Vance (93) Loynd, Mike (93) Lucas, Ed (11) Luebbers, Larry (97) Luecken, Rick (90) Lugo, Jose (11-12) Lugo, Julio (11) Lum, Mike (66-67) Lusic, George (77-78) Lyman, Jeff (09-10) -E- -H- -I- -J- -K- -L- -M- Macha, Mike (78-79) Maddox, Jerry (76-79) Magdaleno, Ricky (98) Mahler, Mickey (75-77) Mahler, Rick (77-80, 83) Mahoney, Mike (98-99) Maldonado, Phil (88-90) Malloy, Marty (96-99) Mann, Kelly (90-91) Manto, Jeff (92) Marak, Paul (89-91) Marek, Stephen (09-11) Marimon, Sugar Ray (15) Marksberry, Matt (15-16) Marquis, Jason (00, 02-03) Marrero, Christian (12) Marrero, Eli (04) Marte, Andy (05) Martin, Al (91) Martin, Cody (13-15) Martin, Joe (74) Martin, Tom (95) Martinez, Cristhian (10-11) Martinez, Louis (00-02) Martinez, Ozzie (14) Martinez, Pablo (95-00) Martz, Randy (84) Mateo, Jose (98) Mateo, Luis (15) Mateo, Victor (15-16) Mathews, Eddie (89) Mather, Joe (11) Matos, Pascual (99-00) Matula, Rick (78, 81) Maxie, Larry (66-71) May, Darrell (95) Maya, Yunesky (14) Mazzaro, Vin (15) McBride, Macay (04-07) McCann, Brian (09, 11, 13) McCarthy, Bill (04-07) McCarthy, Tom (91-92) McClendon, Matt (01) McConnell, Sam (03-05) McCurry, Cole (12-13) McDonald, Donzell (03) McDonald, Jerry (80) McGill, Shawn (11-12) McGlinchy, Kevin (00) McGraw, Hank (71) McKean, Pat (73) McKenry, Michael (16) McKeon, Joel (89) McKirahan, Andrew (15) McLaughlin, Bo (80) McLaughlin, Joey (76-79) McLouth, Nate (10-11) McMichael, Greg (92) McMurtry, Craig (82, 85) McNabb, Buck (99) McQueen, Mike (70-74) McWilliams, Larry (78, 81) Mears, Chris (05) Medlen, Kris (09, 12) Mejia, Ernesto (12-14) Melson, Gary (80) Mendez, Carlos (05-07) Mercado, Orlando (10) Mercker, Kent (89-90) Metzger, Butch (80) Meyer, Dan (04) Millan, Felix (66-67) Miller, Corky (07-08) Miller, David (88) Miller, Ed (78-80) Miller, Mike (81) Millwood, Kevin (97) Miner, Zach (05) Minor, Mike (10-11, 14) Minutelli, Gino (95) Miranda, Art (74) Mitchell, Derrick (14) Mitchell, Keith (91-93) Mix, Greg (98) Mizerock, John (87-90) Molina, Gabe (00) Moore, Alvin Junior (74-76) Moore, Bobby (92-96) Moore, Curtis (71) Moore, Donnie (82-83) 98 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

101 Moore, Mike (00) Moore, Trey (01) Moore, Tyler (16) Moorhead, Bob (66) Moran, Al (66) Moran, Brian (16) Mordecai, Mike (92-94, 96-97) Moreno, Carlos (68) Morogiello, Dan (79-80, 85) Morris, Rick (90) Mortimer, Mark (00) Morton, Charlie (08-09) Moss, Damian (00-01, 06, 08) Motley, Darryl (87) Moylan, Peter (06-07, 11-12, 15) Mullen, Scott (06) Munoz, Jose (95) Murphy, Dale (76-77) Murphy, Donnie (14) Murphy, Marlan (70-72, 75) Murray, Matt (95-96) Murrell, Ivan (75) Mustelier, Ronnier (16) - N- Navarro, Julio (67-71) Neibauer, Gary (67-71, 73-74) Nelson, Brad (07-08) Nelson, Brian (70-71) Nelson, Bubba (03) Nelson, Dan (10-11) Nelson, Jerome (91) Nelson, Joe (99, 01) Nelson, Mel (70) Newsom, Gary (87) Newson, Mike (71, 74) Nezelek, Andy (89-90, 92) Nichols, Rod (95-96) Nicholson, Dave (67-68) Nied, David (92) Niekro, Joe (74) Niekro, Phil (66) Nieves, Melvin (93) Nieves, Wil (11, 15) Nilsson, Dave (04) Nix, Michael (08) Nixon, Ken (66) Noessel, Conrad (68-69) Nolan, Joe (75-76) Nordhagen, Wayne (73-75) Norris, Dax (01-02, 06) North, Roy (83) Northcraft, Aaron (14) Norton, Greg (09) Nunez, Franklin (06) Nunez, Luis (13) Nunez, Vladimir (08-10) O Brien, Dan (80) O Connor, Brian (05-06) O Connor, Kevin (95) O Flaherty, Eric (10, 16) O Keefe, Mike (05) O Neal, Randy (87) O Riley, Don (72-73) Obermueller, Wes (06) Obispo, Wirfin (13-14) Obregan, Frank (69-70, 73) Odom, John (76) Office, Rowland (73) Oliva, Jose (93-94) Olivera, Hector (15-16) Olivo, Federico (66) Olmeda, Jose (94-95, 98) Olson, Greg (90) Olson, Gregg (94) Olwine, Ed (86-88, 90) Orr, Pete (04, 07) Ortegano, Jose (10) Orton, John (94-95) Osborn, Dan (76-77) Osting, Jimmy (00) Overbay, Lyle (12) Owen, Larry (78-79, 82, 84-86) Pacheco, Delvis (00-01) ALL-TIME RICH/GWN ROSTER (Moore-Willard) Pacheco, Ed (67-68) Pacheco, Jordan (16) Pacho, Juan (88) Paciorek, Tom (76) Page, Mike (67-69) Pagnozzi, Matt (13) Paiml, Greg (12) Panther, Jim (73) Pardo, Al (87) Paronto, Chad (05-07) Parr, James (08-10) Parraz, Jordan (12-13) Parrett, Jeff (91) Pastornicky, Tyler (11-14) Patterson, Scott (82) Payne, Mike (84-85) Pecorilli, Aldo (95-96) Pegues, Steve (96) Pena, Brayan (05-07) Pena, Tony (05-06) Pendergrass, Tyrone (00) Peraza, Jose (15) Perez, Antonio (09) Perez, Eddie (94) Perez, Eury (15) Perez, Juan (09) Perez, Odalis (98, 01) Perez, Pascual (82) Perez, Williams (15-16) Perez, Yorkis (91) Perry, Chan (01) Perry, Gerald (82-83, 86) Perry, Jason (08) Peterek, Jeff (91) Petersen, Chris (00, 02) Peterson, David (15-16) Peterson, Jace (16) Pettaway, Ike (82) Phillips, Jason (08) Phelps, Travis (03) Phoebus, Tom (73) Pie, Felix (12) Pierce, Jack (73) Pineda, Izzy (04) Pisciotta, Marc (99) Plumb, David (89) Pocoroba, Biff (72) Polley, Dale (90-93, 95) Pope, Van (09) Porter, Bo (02-03) Porter, Bob (81-83) Porter, J.W. (66) Portuondo, Carlos (16) Porzio, MIke (05) Potts, Michael (94-95) Poveda, Omar (13) Powell, Grover (69) Prado, Martin (06-07, 10-11) Pratt, Andy (02-03) Pratt, Scott (05) Pride, Curtis (98) Proctor, Scott (10-11) Pugh, Tim (00) Puleo, Charlie (85-86, 89) Pulliam, Harvey (00) Purdy, Shawn (98) Pyzik, Steve (05) Quevedo, Ruben (99) R- Rabb, John (85-87) Rakow, Ed (67-68) Ramirez, Horacio (04, 06) Ramirez, Jose (16) Ramirez, Rafael (80) Ramirez, Wilkin (10-11) Ramos, Pedro (71) Rasmus, Cory (13) Ratliff, Jon (98-99) Ray, Ken (05) Recker, Anthony (16) Redman, Mark (07) Redmond, Todd (09-12) Reed, Darren (95) Reed, Ron (66-67) Reid, Roger (68) Reiter, Gary (83-85) Resop, Chris (08, 10) Reyes, Carlos (93) Reyes, Elmer (14-15) Reyes, Jo-Jo (07-10) Reyes, Jorge (14-15) Reynolds, Mike (78-80, 82, 84) Reynoso, Armando (90-92) Reynoso, Ryne (09-10) Rice, Jason (12) Richards, Rusty (89-91) Richardson, Dustin (11) Richardson, Antoan (10-11) Ridgeway, Jeff (08) Ring, Royce (07-08) Rios, Carlos (83, 85, 87-89) Ritchie, Jay (66, 69-70) Rivera, German (89) Rivera, Luis (00) Roa, Hector (95) Robbins, Jake (01-02) Roberts, Dale (68) Roberts, Lonell (99) Robertson, Andre (86) Robertson, Mike (01) Robertson, Rich (72) Robinson, Bill (66) Robinson, Craig (76) Robinson, Kerry (05) Robinson, Napoleon (92-93) Roby, Ellis (88) Rocker, John (98, 00) Rockett, Pat (76, 78-79) Rodarte, Raul (96-97) Rodriguez, Boi (91-93) Rodriguez, Daniel (12-14) Rodriguez, Ricardo (06) Rogers, Bryan (97) Rogers, Chad (16) Rogers, Kevin (97) Rojas Jr., Mel (16) Romano, Mike (03-04) Romero, Alex (10) Roney, Bradley (16) Roof, Gene (85) Rosamond Jr., Michael (05) Rosario, Santiago (68-69) Rosario, Victor (91) Rose, Guy (71-73) Ross, Jason (01) Ross, Mark (91) Ross, Sean (92) Rossy, Rico (90-91) Rouwenhorst, Jonathon (08) Rozema, Mike (07-08) Ruiz, Chico (73-74, 76-84) Ruiz, Rio (16) Rumfield, Toby (99-00) Runge, Paul (81-84, 86-87) Russell, Adam (12) Russell, Andrew (12-14) Ryal, Rusty (12) Ryan, Michael (06) Sadowski, Ed (66) Saferight, Harry (80-81) Saipe, Mike (02) Saito, Takashi (10) Salcedo, Edward (14) Sammons, Clint (08-10) Samuel, Amado (66) Sanders, Deion (91) Sanders, Reggie (75-76) Santana, Ervin (14) Santiago, Roberto (73) Santorini, Al (67) Sauget, Rich (67-68, 70) Sborz, Jay (11) Scalamandre, Rich (06-07) Schafer, Jordan (09-11, 13) Schall, Gene (98-99) Schiell, Jason (06) Schlehuber, Braeden (15-16) Schlosser, Gus (14) Schmidt, Jason (95-96) Schmitt, Eric (06) Schneider, Danny (66) Schrader, Jacob (15) Schreiber, Zach (07-08) Schueler, Ron (68, 71) Schuerholz, Jonathan (05-07) Schuler, Dave (85, 87) Schutz, Carl (96-97) Schwall, Don (67) Schwarz, Jeff (96) Scott, Gary (95) Seanez, Rudy (98) Seelbach, Chris (94, 99-01) Serrano, Ray (07-08) Severino, Atahualpa (14) Shaddy, Chris (89) Sharperson, Mike (95) BOLD=National Baseball Hall of Famer Shell, Steven (11) Shibilo, Andrew (08) Shields, Mike (80) Shields, Steve (84-86) Shreve, Chasen (14) Simmons, Shae (14, 16) Simon, Randall (97-99) Sims, Lucas (16) Simunic, Andy (14) Sinatro, Matt (81-83, 85-86) Sisco, Steve (99-00) Sisk, Doug (91) Skok, Craig (78-80) Slusarski, Joe (01) Small, Aaron (01-02) Small, Hank (77-78) Smith, Alex (88-89) Smith, Chuck (03-04) Smith, Dan (00) Smith, Dan (07) Smith, Greg (15) Smith, Keith (92) Smith, Ken (80-85) Smith, Lonnie (88) Smith, Mallex (15-16) Smith, Mike (82) Smith, Pete (91-92) Smith, Robert (96-97) Smith, Travis (04, 06) Smith, Zane (84) Smoltz, John (87-88) Smothers, Stewart (00, 02) Snead, Esix (05) Snitker, Brian (78) Snyder, Brandon (16) Snyder, Brian (90) Sobkowiak, Scott (02) Soderholm, Dale (75) Solomon, Eddie (77) Sosa, Miguel (83-85) Southworth, Billy (66) Speck, Cliff (86-87) Speed, Horace (80) Spehr, Tim (97) Speier, Justin (99) Spiezio, Scott (08) Spooneybarger, Tim (01-02) Springer, Russ (99) St. Claire, Randy (91-93) Stanton, Mike (90) Startup, Will (06-07) Steph, Rod (96) Stephenson, Earl (75) Stern, Adam (04) Stevens, Dave (00-01) Stevens, Jake (07) Stewart, John (68-69) Stewart, Zach (14) Stockman, Phil (06-08) Stone, George (67-68) Strange, Don (93-94) Stringfellow, Bean (87-88) Strong, Jamal (06) Strucher, Mark (86-87) Stull, Everett (99) Sturtze, Tanyon (07) Sutton, Drew (12) Swaggerty, Ben (11-12) Swann, Pedro (95-96, 00-01) Swisher, Steve (83) Sylvester, Billy (01-03) Szekely, Joe (91-92) Takeoka, Kazuhiro (02-03) Tarasco, Tony (93) Taveras, Willy (10) Taylor, Bill (90, 92-93) Taylor, Dwight (90) Taylor, Reggie (08) Tebbs, Nate (01) Teheran, Julio (11-12, 16) Tejero, Fausto (97-98) Telford, Anthony (94) Tepedino, Frank (75) Terdoslavich, Joey (12-15) Terveen, Bryce (04) Texeira, Kanekoa (14-16) Thayer, Dale (16) Theiss, Duane (78-79) Thobe, Tom (95-97) Thomas, Andres (85) Thomas, Charles (04) Thomas, Ian (14-15) Thomas, Royal (95) Thompson, Bobby (77) Thompson, Milt (82-85) Thompson, Tommy (85) Thompson, Jacob (11) Thomson, John (05) Thorman, Scott (05-06, 08) Thornton, Andre (72-73) Thurston, Joe (10) Tiant, Luis (71) Tiburcio, Freddie (85-86) Tiffee, Terry (12) Timmons, Ozzie (02) Timmons, Wes (05-10) Tingley, Ron (86) Tomberlin, Andy (90-92, 98) Tompkins, Ron (69-70) Toney, Bob (69) Torrealba, Pablo (68, 73-75) Torrealba, Steve (02) Toth, David (95, 97) Treadway, Andre (85-86) Trejo, Jaime (06) Tubbs, Greg (88-90) Tucker, Glenn (05) Tucker, Scooter (95) Tuiasosopo, Matt (16) Tumpane, Bob (85-87) Turner, Matt (90-91) Turzilli, Bob (67, 69-70) Twardoski, Mike (95) Twitty, Jeff (82) Tyler, Brad (97, 99) Tyner, Jason (04) Uggla, Dan (13) Umbach, Arnie (66) Unroe, Tim (00, 02) Upshaw, Cecil (66-67) Upshaw, Lee (90) Valdes, Marc (01) Valdespino, Sandy (68) Valle, Dave (97) VanHekken, Andy (05) Vargas, Leo (82-85) Varney, Pete (76-77) Varvaro, Anthony (11-12) Vasquez, Jorge (05) Vasquez, Luis (14) Vaughan, Charlie (67-68, 70) Veal, Donnie (15) Velandia, Jorge (04) Velazquez, Fred (71-72, 76) Velazquez, Juan (04) Venters, Jonny (09, 12) Veres, Randy (91) Villanueva, Hector (95) Villegas, Ismael (99-01) Vizcaino, Arodys (11, 15) -O- -P- -Q- -S- -T- -U- -V- -W- Waddell, Tom (83) Wade, Terrell (94-95) Waggoner, Aubrey (92) Wagner, Paul (98) Walden, Jordan (13-14) Walk, Bob (81, 83) Walseth, Mike (72) Walton, Jerome (96) Wang, Chien-Ming (15) Ward, Duane (85-86) Ward, Jeremy (05) Warner, Mike (95-96, 98) Watkins, Darren (91) Watts, Ed (74) Weaver, Roger (82) Weber, Ryan (15-16) Wendell, Turk (91) Wengert, Don (99-00) Werner, Don (76) Wessinger, Jim (78-80) West, Matt (85-87) Wetherby, Jeff (88-89) Whalen, Rob (16) Whatley, Gabe (98-99) Wheeler, Dan (02) Whisenton, Larry (76-81, 83-85) White, Alex (15) White, Ron (68) Whited, Ed (89-90) Whiteside, Matt (01, 04) Willard, Jerry (91, 93) HISTORY 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 99

102 Williams, Earl (70) Williams, Eddie (92) Williams, Juan (95-96) Williamson, Scott (08) Willoughby, Justin (99) Wilson, Glenn (91) Wilson, Jack (12) Wilson, Josh (12) Wilson, Travis (01-03) Wimberly, Corey (13) Wine, Rob (88-89) Winkelsas, Joe (00, 02, 07) Wise, Dewayne (04) Wisler, Matt (15-16) Withrow, Chris (16) Wohlers, Mark (91-93, 98) Wood, Alex (13-14) ALL-TIME RICH/GWN ROSTER (Williams-Zuvella) Woodall, Brad (93-97) Woods, Ken (01) Woodson, Dick (75) Woodson, Tracy (91) Wooten, Rob (16) Wright, Matt (06) -X- None Y- Yankosky, L.J. (02) Yates, Tyler (06) Yepez, Jose (12-15) Yoder, Kris (78) Yost, Ned (86-87) Young, Bobby (71-72) Young Jr., Eric (15) Young, Matt (09-11) Younginer, Madison (16) Z- Zabala, Tino (71) Zapp, A.J. (02) Zawadzki, Lance (12) Ziem, Steve (86-90) Zuvella, Paul (82-86) BOLD=National Baseball Hall of Famer HISTORY ALL-TIME RICH/GWN MANAGERS AND COACHES MANAGERS: Aaron, Tommie ( ) Albert, Rick (2016) Adair, Bill (1966) Beauchamp, Jim ( ) Berryhill, Damon (2017-Current) Brundage, Dave ( ) Burgess, Tom (1979) Chambliss, Chris (1992) Courtney, Clint ( ) Cox, Jeff (1998) Curry, Steve (1991) Dancy, Bill ( ) Dews, Bobby (1984) Gonzalez, Fredi (2002) Haas, Eddie (1968, ) Harris, Luman (1967) Hatfield, Fred (1980) Hofman, Bobby (1973) Ingle, Randy ( ) Kelly, Pat ( ) King, Clyde ( ) Lemon, Bob (1975) Little, Grady ( ) Majtyka, Roy ( ) McKeon, Jack (1976) Moses, John (2016) Niekro, Phil (1991) Ready, Randy (2013) Snitker, Brian (2006, ) Tosca, Carlos (2001) Vernon, Mickey ( ) COACHES: Albert, Rick (1987, ) Alvarez, Mike (2000, 2005) Berg, Rick ( ) Botehlo, Derek (2006, ) Boyer, Clete (1979) Contreras, Nardi (1987) Cornelius, Reid (2017-Current) Dal Canton, Bruce ( , ) Dismuke, Jaime ( ) Fischer, Bill ( ) Garr, Ralph ( ) Goodman, Billy (1974) Grubb, John ( ) Hansen, Guy ( , 2007) Hubbard, Glenn (1993, ) Ingram, Garey (2014) Jackson, Sonny ( ) Jones, Clarence (1988) Kimm, Bruce (1994) Mazzone, Leo ( ) Meleski, Mark ( ) Moses, John (2015-Current) Olwine, Ed (1990) Reed, Marty ( ) Roberts, Leon (2007) Roberts, Mel ( ) Robinson, Craig ( ) Sain, John (1976, ) BOLD=National Baseball Hall of Famer Snyder, Jim (1993) Szekely, Joe (1992) Trucks, Virgil (1970) Turley, Bob (1966) Venable, Max ( ) Westrom, Wes (1977) Wilson, Tack (1994) GWINNETT RETIRED NUMBERS 23 - Tommie Aaron Jersey retired at Coolray Field on April 12, 2012 The only man in International League history to earn league MVP honors and manage a Governors Cup champion, Tommie Aaron played for Richmond for four seasons ( , ) and managed the club for two seasons ( ). He hit.309 as the IL MVP in 1967, helping the Braves capture the IL pennant. Ten seasons later, he became the league s first African-American manager, and in just his second season at the helm, led Richmond to the Governors Cup Championship in Aaron s number 23 was originally retired at The Diamond in Richmond in 1985, shortly after his passing in Jackie robinson Jersey retired at Coolray Field on April 15, 2012 Retired by all of professional baseball in 1997, the number 42 worn by trailblazer and Baseball Hall-of-Famer Jackie Robinson was added to the Coolray Field outfield wall on April 15, 2012 to honor Jackie Robinson Day. 100 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

103 RICHMOND/GWINNETT TEAM AWARDS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD MOST COMPETITIVE PLAYER AWARD COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD YEAR PLAYER 1977 Dale Murphy Mickey Mahler 1978 Hank Small 1979 Jerry Keller 1980 Terry Harper 1981 Brett Butler 1982 Gerald Perry 1983 Brad Komminsk 1984 Paul Zuvella 1985 Doc Estes 1986 Gerald Perry 1987 Mike Fischlin 1988 Dave Griffin 1989 Greg Tubbs 1990 Geronimo Berroa 1991 Tracy Woodson 1992 Jeff Manto 1993 Chipper Jones 1994 Luis Lopez 1995 Jose Munoz 1996 Tony Graffanino 1997 Randall Simon 1998 Wes Helms 1999 Steve Sisco 2000 Wes Helms 2001 Howard Battle 2002 Mike Hessman 2003 Johnny Estrada 2004 Ryan Langerhans 2005 Andy Marte 2006 Scott Thorman 2007 Doug Clark 2008 Josh Anderson 2009 Wes Timmons 2010 Freddie Freeman 2011 Stefan Gartrell 2012 Ernesto Mejia 2013 Joey Terdoslavich 2014 Phil Gosselin 2015 Cedric Hunter 2016 Emilio Bonifacio YEAR PLAYER 1977 Rob Belloir 1978 Glenn Hubbard Mike Macha 1979 Larry Owen 1980 Harry Saferight 1981 Randy Johnson 1982 Larry Owen 1983 Steve Swisher 1984 Ken Smith 1985 Dan Morogiello 1986 Paul Runge 1987 Mike Fischlin 1988 Jeff Wetherby 1989 Mark Lemke 1990 Andy Tomberlin 1991 Rico Rossy 1992 Bobby Moore 1993 Mike Mordecai 1994 Eddie Perez 1995 Ed Giovanola 1996 Raul Rodarte 1997 Marty Malloy 1998 Marty Malloy 1999 Marty Malloy 2000 Pedro Swann 2001 Mike Robertson 2002 Ozzie Timmons Bo Porter 2003 Stubby Clapp 2004 Pete Orr 2005 Scott Pratt 2006 Cesar Crespo 2007 Wes Timmons 2008 Barbaro Canizares 2009 Barbaro Canizares 2010 Wes Timmons 2011 Mauro Gomez 2012 Jose Constanza 2013 Todd Cunningham 2014 Sean Kazmar Jr Sean Kazmar Jr Sean Kazmar Jr. YEAR PLAYER 1977 Chico Ruiz 1978 Chico Ruiz 1979 Chico Ruiz 1980 Craig Skok 1981 Mike Miller 1982 Larry Owen 1983 Gerald Perry Bob Porter 1984 Larry Bradford 1985 Larry Owen 1986 Marty Clary Doc Estes 1987 Marty Clary 1988 Carlos Rios 1989 Carlos Rios 1990 Rusty Richards 1991 Tracy Woodson 1992 Greg McMichael 1993 Tony Tarasco 1994 Mike Mordecai 1995 Tom Thobe 1996 Lou Benbow 1997 Tom Thobe 1998 Marcus Hanel 1999 Antone Brooks Toby Rumfield 2000 Wes Helms 2001 Chan Perry 2002 Ozzie Timmons 2003 Stubby Clapp 2004 B. Hernandez 2005 John Barnes 2006 Will Startup 2007 Ryan Basner 2008 Matt DeSalvo 2009 Van Pope 2010 Cory Gearrin 2011 Jaye Chapman 2012 None 2013 Ryan Buchter 2014 Todd Cunningham 2015 Kanekoa Texeira 2016 Kanekoa Texeira HISTORY MOST OUTSTANDING PITCHER AWARD YEAR PLAYER 1987 Marty Clary 1988 John Smoltz 1989 Gary Eave 1990 Paul Marak 1991 A. Reynoso 1992 David Nied 1993 Mike Birkbeck 1994 Brad Woodall 1995 Matt Murray 1996 Rod Nichols 1997 Scott Brow 1998 Jon Ratliff 1999 David Cortes 2000 Damian Moss/ Chris Seelbach 2001 Trey Moore 2002 Trey Hodges 2003 Joe Dawley 2004 Matt Whiteside 2005 Kyle Davies 2006 Manny Acosta 2007 B. Hernandez Jeff Bennett 2008 J. Rouwenhorst 2009 Vladimir Nunez 2010 Stephen Marek/ Craig Kimbrel 2011 Julio Teheran 2012 Cory Gearrin 2013 Omar Poveda 2014 Cody Martin 2015 Greg Smith 2016 Tyrell Jenkins MOST OUTSTANDING RELIEF PITCHER AWARD YEAR PLAYER 2014 Juan Jaime 2015 David Carpenter 2016 Rob Wooten FAN FAVORITE AWARD YEAR PLAYER 2000 Mike Hubbard 2001 Pedro Swann 2002 Mike Hessman 2003 Jamie Emiliano 2004 Pete Orr/ Charles Thomas 2005 Andy Marte 2006 Will Startup 2007 Gregor Blanco 2008 Wes Timmons 2009 Brooks Conrad 2010 Barbaro Canizares/ Matt Young 2011 Matt Young 2012 Stefan Gartrell 2013 Jose Constanza 2014 Joey Terdoslavich 2015 Barrett Kleinknecht 2016 Rio Ruiz 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 101

104 RICHMOND/GWINNETT BRAVES AWARD WINNERS FRONT OFFICE AWARDS International League Executive of the Year Hillman Lyons (1966, 1967) Roger Bortoff (1974) Richard Andersen (1981, 1985) Bruce Baldwin (1989) Minor League Executive of the Year Hillman Lyons (1967) Larry MacPhail Promotional Trophy Richard Andersen (1985) Bruce Baldwin (1990) Bob Freitas Award (Outstanding Long-Term Operation) Richmond Braves (1993) John H. Johnson President s Trophy (Outstanding Minor League Operation) Richmond Braves (1997) Baseball America Triple-A Team of the Year Richmond Braves (2004) International League Sports Turf Manager of the Year Barney Lopas (1992) Chris Ball (2013) STMA Triple-A Sports Turf Manager of the Year Chris Ball (2013) PLAYER AWARDS International League Most Valuable Player Tommie Aaron (1967) Brett Butler (1981) International League Most Valuable Pitcher Craig McMurtry (1982) Brad Woodall (1994) Julio Teheran (2011) Triple-A All-Star Game IL MVP Mark Lemke (1989) Dale Polley (1990, Most Valuable Pitcher) Ryan Klesko (1993) Luis Lopez (1994) Doug Linton (2002) Johnny Estrada (2003) International League Rookie of the Year Dale Murphy (1977) Glenn Hubbard (1978) Brook Jacoby (1982) Brad Komminsk (1983) Chipper Jones (1993) Freddie Freeman (2010) Julio Teheran (2011) Ernesto Mejia (2012) International League Manager of the Year Eddie Haas (1982, 1983) Grady Little (1994) HISTORY TRIPLE-A MIDSEASON ALL-STARS 1988: Joe Boever-P 1989: Tommy Greene-P Mark Lemke-2B Kent Mercker-P Jim Beauchamp-COACH 1990: Dale Polley-P 1991: Yorkis Perez-P Armando Reynoso-P 1992: David Nied-P Boi Rodriguez-INF Pete Smith-P Chris Chambliss-MGR 1993: Ryan Klesko-1B Chipper Jones-SS Javy Lopez-C Bill Taylor-P 1994: Terry Clark-P Luis Lopez-DH Brad Woodall-P 1995: Matt Murray-P Eddie Perez-C Dale Polley-P 1996: Brad Woodall-P 1997: Randall Simon-INF 1998: Fausto Tejero-C 1999: Micah Bowie-P Bruce Chen-P David Cortes-P 2000: Damian Moss-P 2001: Trey Moore-P Dax Norris-C 2002: Doug Linton-P Trey Hodges-P 2003: Johnny Estrada-C Jesse Garcia-INF Andy Pratt-P 2004: Matt Whiteside-P Charles Thomas-OF 2005: Brayan Pena-C 2006: Carlos Mendez-1B 2007: Manny Acosta-P 2008: Barbaro Canizares-1B 2009: Barbaro Canizares-DH Jairo Asencio-P Wes Timmons-1B Brooks Conrad-2B 2010: Barbaro Canizares-DH Mike Dunn-P Wes Timmons-3B 2011: Jose Constanza-OF Stefan Gartrell-OF Mauro Gomez-1B Julio Teheran-P 2012: Cory Gearrin-P Ernesto Mejia-1B 2013: Ernesto Mejia-1B Joey Terdoslavich-OF 2014: Phil Gosselin-3B Juan Jaime-P 2015: Manny Banuelos-P Carlos Fisher-P 2016: Ronnier Mustelier-OF MLB FUTURES GAME SELECTIONS (GWN) 2009: Barbaro Canizares-1B 2010: Mike Minor-LHP 2011: Julio Teheran-RHP 2013: Joey Terdoslavich-OF 2014: Christian Bethancourt-C 1966: Bill Robinson-OF 1967: Jim Beauchamp-1B Felix Millan-2B Tommie Aaron-OF Ron Reed-P 1968: Gil Garrido-SS 1969: Ralph Garr-OF 1970: Ralph Garr-OF 1974: Bob Beall-1B 1977: Dale Murphy-C Mickey Mahler-P 1978: Hank Small-1B Glenn Hubbard-2B 1979: Tommy Boggs-P 1981: Brett Butler-OF Eddie Haas-MGR 1982: Craig McMurtry-P Eddie Haas-MGR 1983: Gerald Perry-1B Brook Jacoby-3B Brad Komminsk-OF 1984: Paul Zuvella-1B Milt Thompson-OF 1985: Larry Owen-C 1986: Gerald Perry-OF 1988: Dave Griffin-1B Lonnie Smith-DH 1989: Mark Lemke-2B Greg Tubbs-OF Mark Eichhorn-P 1993: Ryan Klesko-1B Chipper Jones-SS Javy Lopez-C Tony Tarasco-OF Bill Taylor-P 1994: Luis Lopez-DH Brad Woodall-P Grady Little-MGR 1995: Rod Nichols-RP 1997: Randall Simon-UTL 2003: Johnny Estrada-C 2004: Pete Orr-2B Matt Whiteside-P IL POSTSEASON ALL-STARS 2007: Martin Prado-2B 2009: Barbaro Canizares-DH Jairo Asencio-RP 2010: Freddie Freeman-1B Barbaro Canizares-DH 2011: Stefan Gartrell-OF Julio Teheran-SP 2012: Ernesto Mejia-1B 2013: Joey Terdoslavich-OF 2014: Phil Gosselin-UTL 102 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

105 1969: Ralph Garr (.329) 1970: Ralph Garr (.386) 1997: Tommy Gregg (.332) 1967: Jim Beauchamp (25) 1968: Dave Nicholson (34) 1970: Hal Breeden (37) RICHMOND/GWINNETT BRAVES IN TRIPLE CROWN CATEGORIES IL BATTING CHAMPIONS 2010: Barbaro Canizares (.341) 2012: Jose Constanza (.314) IL HOME RUN CHAMPIONS 1978: Hank Small (25) 1988: Dave Griffin (21) 1975: Pablo Torrealba (1.45) 1990: Paul Marak (2.49) 1991: Armando Reynoso (2.61) 1981: Ken Dayley (13) 1982: Craig McMurtry (17) 1983: Larry McWilliams (13)* 1986: Charlie Puleo (14) 1989: Gary Eave (13)* 1992: David Nied (14) IL ERA CHAMPIONS IL VICTORY LEADERS 1994: Brad Woodall (2.38) 1995: Jason Schmidt (2.25) 1993: Mike Birkbeck (13)* 1994: Brad Woodall (15)* 1995: Jimmy Williams (12)*^ 2002: Trey Hodges (15) 2011: Julio Teheran (15) 1968: Dave Nicholson (86) 1977: Dale Murphy (90) 1978: Hank Small (101) 1979: Jerry Keller (75)* 1997: Randall Simon (102) IL RBI CHAMPIONS 2011: Stefan Gartrell (94)& 2012: Ernesto Mejia (92) 2013: Ernesto Mejia (83) 1979: Tommy Boggs (138) 1981: Ken Dayley (162) 1986: Charlie Puleo (124)* 1989: Kent Mercker (144) 1992: David Nied (159) IL STRIKEOUT LEADERS 1993: Mike Birkbeck (136)* 2002: Doug Linton (160) 2003: Andy Pratt (161) 2004: Chuck Smith (129)* *Finished tied for IL lead &Split season between Charlotte and Gwinnett ^Split season between Norfolk and Richmond INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK (GWINNETT HISTORY) 2009: RHP Charlie Morton (4/12/09) 1B Wes Timmons (6/7/09) 2013: RHP Tim Corcoran (5/28/13) LHP Yohan Flande (8/6/13) 2010: RHP Chris Resop (5/16/10) OF Matt Young (6/17/10) RHP Todd Redmond (7/4/10) DH Barbaro Canizares (8/15/10) OF Matt Young (8/22/10) RHP Todd Redmond (8/29/10) 2011: LHP Mike Minor (4/25/11) RHP Julio Teheran (5/2/11) RHP Todd Redmond (5/23/11) LHP Mike Minor (6/6/11) OF Jose Constanza (6/13/11) RHP Julio Teheran (6/27/11) 1B Mauro Gomez (8/29/11) 2014: 1B Ernesto Mejia (4/7/14) OF Joey Terdoslavich (4/28/14) INF Phil Gosselin (7/14/14) 1B Joey Terdoslavich (8/25/14) RHP Zach Stewart (9/2/14) 2015: RHP Matt Wisler (5/11/15) RHP Matt Wisler (6/1/15) 2016: RHP Aaron Blair (4/25/16) RHP Williams Perez (5/9/16) HISTORY 2012: OF Stefan Gartrell (5/6/12) 1B Ernesto Mejia (5/20/12) RHP Todd Redmond (5/20/12) FRANCHISE ALL-STAR GAME HOSTING HISTORY July 3, 1967 at Parker Field (Richmond, VA) South 4, North 3 (11 Innings); Attendance: 7,011 July 1, 1974 at Parker Field (Richmond, VA) New York Mets 2, IL All-Stars 1; Attendance: 6,593 July 25, 1985 at The Diamond (Richmond, VA) Game Cancelled due to rain July 15, 1992 at The Diamond (Richmond, VA) AL Affiliates 2, NL Affiliates 1; Attendance: 12, GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 103

106 HISTORY FROM GWINNETT TO THE SHOW (66 Players as of October, 2016) PLAYER/POSITION DATE OF GWINNETT DEBUT DATE/TEAM OF MLB DEBUT Abreu, Juan - RHP April 7, 2011 vs. Durham August 29, 2011 with Houston Asencio, Jairo - RHP April 11, 2009 at Charlotte July 12, 2009 with Atlanta Banuelos, Manny - LHP April 10, 2015 vs. Durham July 2, 2015 with Atlanta Beachy, Brandon - RHP July 27, 2010 vs. Rochester September 20, 2010 with Atlanta Blair, Aaron - RHP April 9, 2016 at Norfolk April 24, 2016 with Atlanta Boscan, J.C. - C April 9, 2009 at Charlotte October 1, 2010 with Atlanta Bradley, Jed - LHP August 20, 2016 vs. Rochester September 3, 2016 with Atlanta Brigham, Jake - RHP June 23, 2015 vs. Indianapolis June 30, 2015 with Atlanta Broadway, Michael - RHP July 18, 2010 at Buffalo June 13, 2015 with San Francisco Buchter, Ryan - LHP August 9, 2012 vs. Norfolk June 20, 2014 with Atlanta Canizares, Barbaro - 1B/DH April 9, 2009 at Charlotte June 11, 2009 with Atlanta Castro, Daniel - SS May 8, 2015 at Lehigh Valley June 17, 2015 with Atlanta Cervenka, Hunter - LHP July 10, 2015 at Durham April 12, 2016 with Atlanta Chapman, Jaye - RHP May 6, 2011 at Rochester September 4, 2012 with Chicago Cubs Constanza, Jose - OF April 7, 2011 vs. Durham July 29, 2011 with Atlanta Cordier, Erik - RHP September 1, 2010 at Norfolk September 3, 2014 with San Francisco Cornely, John - RHP April 10, 2015 vs. Durham April 29, 2015 with Atlanta Cunningham, Todd - OF April 5, 2013 vs. Charlotte July 30, 2013 with Atlanta De La Cruz, Joel - RHP April 9, 2016 at Norfolk June 29, 2016 with Atlanta Diamond, Scott - LHP July 16, 2010 at Buffalo July 18, 2011 with Minnesota Flande, Yohan - LHP April 8, 2011 vs. Durham June 25, 2014 with Colorado Freeman, Freddie - 1B April 8, 2010 vs. Charlotte September 1, 2010 with Atlanta Garcia, Adonis - 3B April 10, 2015 vs. Durham May 19, 2015 with Atlanta Gearrin, Cory - RHP April 8, 2010 vs. Charlotte April 25, 2011 with Atlanta Gilmartin, Sean - LHP July 30, 2012 at Charlotte April 10, 2015 with New York Mets Gomez, Mauro - 1B April 7, 2011 vs. Durham May 13, 2012 with Boston Gorecki, Reid - OF April 9, 2009 at Charlotte August 17, 2009 with Atlanta Gosselin, Phil - 2B June 23, 2013 vs. Syracuse August 16, 2013 with Atlanta Hale, David - RHP April 6, 2013 vs. Charlotte September 13, 2013 with Atlanta Hanson, Tommy - RHP April 9, 2009 at Charlotte June 7, 2009 with Atlanta Heath, Deunte - RHP June 5, 2009 at Rochester September 1, 2012 with Chicago White Sox Hernandez, Diory - SS April 9, 2009 at Charlotte May 21, 2009 with Atlanta Heyward, Jason - OF September 5, 2009 vs. Charlotte April 5, 2010 with Atlanta Hicks, Brandon - 3B April 8, 2010 vs. Charlotte May 5, 2010 with Atlanta Hoover, J.J. - RHP May 17, 2011 vs. Rochester April 25, 2012 with Cincinnati Hoyt, James - RHP June 20, 2014 vs. Louisville August 3, 2016 with Houston Hursh, Jason - RHP August 6, 2015 vs. Rochester August 13, 2016 with Atlanta Jaime, Juan - RHP April 5, 2014 at Durham June 20, 2014 with Atlanta Jenkins, Tyrell - RHP July 9, 2015 vs. Norfolk June 22, 2016 with Atlanta Kelly, Ryan - RHP May 28, 2015 vs. Lehigh Valley June 30, 2015 with Atlanta Kimbrel, Craig - RHP September 2, 2009 at Norfolk May 7, 2010 with Atlanta La Stella, Tommy - 2B April 3, 2014 at Durham May 28, 2014 with Atlanta Lucas, Ed - SS April 7, 2011 vs. Durham May 30, 2013 with Miami Marimon, Sugar Ray - RHP April 9, 2015 vs. Durham April 14, 2015 with Atlanta Marksberry, Matt - LHP June 30, 2015 at Buffalo July 31, 2015 with Atlanta Martin, Cody - RHP June 18, 2013 at Buffalo April 7, 2015 with Atlanta Medlen, Kris - RHP April 9, 2009 at Charlotte May 21, 2009 with Atlanta Minor, Mike - LHP July 1, 2010 at Toledo August 9, 2010 with Atlanta Olivera, Hector - 3B August 20, 2015 vs. Louisville September 1, 2015 with Atlanta Pastornicky, Tyler - SS July 19, 2011 vs. Louisville April 5, 2012 with Atlanta Peraza, Jose - 2B April 9, 2015 vs. Durham August 10, 2015 with Los Angeles Dodgers Perez, Williams - RHP April 11, 2015 vs. Durham May 8, 2015 with Atlanta Rasmus, Cory - RHP April 5, 2013 vs. Charlotte May 22, 2013 with Atlanta Redmond, Todd - RHP April 13, 2009 at Durham August 18, 2012 with Cincinnati Richardson, Antoan - OF August 31, 2010 at Norfolk September 4, 2011 with Atlanta Ruiz, Rio - 3B April 7, 2016 at Norfolk September 18, 2016 with Atlanta Smith, Mallex - OF May 31, 2015 vs. Columbus April 11, 2016 with Atlanta Teheran, Julio - RHP April 8, 2011 vs. Durham May 7, 2011 with Atlanta Terdoslavich, Joey - OF April 5, 2012 at Durham July 4, 2013 with Atlanta Venters, Jonny - LHP June 13, 2009 vs. Scranton/WB April 17, 2010 with Atlanta Vizcaino, Arodys - RHP July 26, 2011 at Durham August 10, 2011 with Atlanta Weber, Ryan - RHP May 17, 2015 vs. Louisville September 8, 2015 with Atlanta Whalen, Rob - RHP July 17, 2016 vs. Scranton/WB August 3, 2016 with Atlanta Wisler, Matt - RHP April 12, 2015 vs. Durham June 19, 2015 with Atlanta Young, Matt - OF September 1, 2009 at Durham April 3, 2011 with Atlanta Younginer, Madison - RHP April 8, 2016 at Norfolk August 7, 2016 with Atlanta 104 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

107 THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Ronnier Mustelier was selected to the 2016 Triple-A All-Star Game after batting.297 in the first half with Gwinnett. (Photo by Taylor Botta)

108 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE DIRECTORY 55 S. High Street, Suite 202 Dublin, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Classification: Triple-A Years Active: 1884-Present Number of Games: 142 Roster Limit: 25 All-Star Game: July 12 in Tacoma, WA Triple-A Nat. Champ: Sept. 19 in Moosic, PA President/Treasurer...Randy A. Mobley Corporate Secretary...Max Schumacher League Administrator...Chris Sprague Office Manager... Gretchen Addison Directors:...Bob Rich, Jr. (Buffalo), Don Beaver (Charlotte), Ken Schnacke (Columbus), George Habel (Durham), North Johnson (Gwinnett), Bruce Schumacher (Indianapolis), Joe Finley (Lehigh Valley), Stuart Katzoff (Louisville), Mike Tamburro (Pawtucket), Naomi Silver (Rochester), Josh Olerud (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre), Bill Dutch (Syracuse), Erik Ibsen (Toledo) 2017 DIVISIONS NORTH WEST SOUTH Buffalo Bisons (TOR) Lehigh Valley IronPigs (PHI) Pawtucket Red Sox (BOS) Rochester Red Wings (MIN) Scranton/WB RailRiders (NYY) Syracuse Chiefs (WAS) Columbus Clippers (CLE) Indianapolis Indians (PIT) Louisville Bats (CIN) Toledo Mud Hens (DET) Charlotte Knights (CHW) Durham Bulls (TB) Gwinnett Braves (ATL) Norfolk Tides (BAL) IL INFO 106 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

109 YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP 1966 Toronto Richmond 1967 Toledo Columbus 1968 Jacksonville Columbus 1969 Syracuse Columbus 1970 Syracuse Columbus 1971 Rochester Tidewater 1972 Tidewater Louisville 1973 Pawtucket Charleston 1974 Rochester Syracuse 1975 Tidewater Syracuse 1976 Syracuse Richmond 1977 Charleston Pawtucket 1978 Richmond Pawtucket 1979 Columbus Syracuse 1980 Columbus Toledo 1981 Columbus Richmond 1982 Tidewater Rochester 1983 Tidewater Richmond 1984 Pawtucket Maine 2017 PLAYOFF SCHEDULE Round One (Best-of-Five, September 6-10): Sept. 6-7: West Division Winner at South Division Winner; North Division Winner at Wild Card Club Sept. 8-10: South Division Winner at West Division Winner; Wild Card Club at North Division Winner Governors Cup Championship (Best-of-Five, September 12-17): Sept : North/Wild Card Series Winner at South/West Series Winner Sept : South/West Series Winner at North/Wild Card Series Winner Gildan Triple-A National Championship Game (September 19, 2017): IL Champion vs. PCL Champion at PNC FIeld (Moosic, PA) IL CHAMPS SINCE RICHMOND/GWINNETT BRAVES JOINED LEAGUE YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP 1985 Tidewater Columbus 1986 Richmond Rochester 1987 Columbus Tidewater 1988 Rochester Tidewater 1989 Richmond Syracuse 1990 Rochester Columbus 1991 Columbus Pawtucket 1992 Columbus Scranton/WB 1993 Charlotte Rochester 1994 Richmond Syracuse 1995 Ottawa Norfolk 1996 Columbus Rochester 1997 Rochester Columbus 1998 Buffalo Durham 1999 Charlotte Durham 2000 Indianapolis Scranton/WB 2001 Louisville Scranton/WB 2002 Durham Buffalo 2003 Durham Pawtucket YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP 2004 Buffalo Richmond 2005 Toledo Indianapolis 2006 Toledo Rochester 2007 Richmond Durham 2008 Scranton/WB Durham 2009 Durham Scranton/WB 2010 Columbus Durham 2011 Columbus Lehigh Valley 2012 Pawtucket Charlotte 2013 Durham Pawtucket 2014 Pawtucket Durham 2015 Columbus Indianapolis 2016 Scranton/WB Gwinnett YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP 2006 Tucson Toledo 2007 Sacramento Richmond 2008 Sacramento Scranton/WB 2009 Durham Memphis 2010 Columbus Tacoma 2011 Columbus Omaha 2012 Reno Pawtucket 2013 Omaha Durham 2014 Omaha Pawtucket 2015 Fresno Columbus 2016 Scranton/WB El Paso TRIPLE-A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS SINCE 2006 IL INFO GWINNETT VS. THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (2009-Current) OPPONENT RECORD AGAINST PCT HOME ROAD Buffalo Bisons Charlotte Knights Columbus Clippers Durham Bulls Indianapolis Indians Lehigh Valley IronPigs Louisville Bats Norfolk Tides Pawtucket Red Sox Rochester Red Wings Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Syracuse Chiefs Toledo Mud Hens TOTALS: GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 107

110 SINGLE-SEASON INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING RECORDS Batting Average , Dan Brouthers (Springfield), 1897 Runs Scored , Joe Hauser (Baltimore), 1930 Hits , Jack Bentley (Baltimore), 1921 Total Bases , Joe Hauser (Baltimore), 1930 Doubles... 57, Jim Holt (Jersey City), 1924 Triples...29, Guy Tutweiler (Providence), 1914 Home Runs... 63, Joe Hauser (Baltimore), 1930 RBI , Rip Collins (Rochester), 1930 Stolen Bases *, Mike Slattery (Toronto), , Otis Nixon (Columbus), 1983 Sacrifices...64, Cliff Brady (Rochester), 1923 Strikeouts...202, Adam Walker (Rochester), 2016 Walks...167, Blas Monaco (Baltimore), 1944 Longest Hitting Streak...43, Brandon Watson (Columbus), 2007 Most Consecutive Hits...15, George Quellich (Reading), 1929 Consecutive Games with a HR... 7, Clarence Walker (Baltimore), , Brook Jacoby (Richmond), 1983 *Total includes taking extra bases on routine plays, such as going from first to third on a single. Slattery and Nixon are both considered record holders. SINGLE-SEASON INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE PITCHING RECORDS Games...78, Mike Walker (Indianapolis), 1998 Winning Percentage (12-0), Joe Roa (Scranton/WB), (10-0), Alan Newman (Durham), 1999 Wins...35, Les German (Buffalo), 1891 Losses... 29, George Keefe (Troy), , Frank Leary (Rochester), , Charles Swaney (Reading), 1926 Saves... 43, Jonathan Albaladejo (Scranton/WB), 2010 Innings...422, Joe McGinnity (Newark), 1909 Walks , Lefty Grove (Baltimore), 1923 Strikeouts , Lefty Grove (Baltimore), 1923 ERA , Urban Shocker (Toronto), 1916 IL INFO TRIPLE CROWN WINNERS Batters who have led the IL in Batting Average, Home Runs and RBI in the same season. YEAR PLAYER TEAM AVG HR RBI 1921 Jack Bentley Baltimore Dale Alexander Toronto George Puccinelli Baltimore Rocky Nelson Montreal Rocky Nelson Toronto Frank Herrera Buffalo Jim Rice Pawtucket Pitchers who have led the IL in ERA, Wins and Strikeouts. YEAR PLAYER TEAM ERA W K 1886 Bill Serad Utica Al Cicotte Toronto Dennis Martinez Rochester GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

111 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS SINCE 1966 YEAR MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Mike Epstein ROC Tommie Aaron RICH Merv Rettenmund ROC Luis Alvarado LOU George Kopacz COL Roger Freed ROC Bobby Grich ROC Dwight Evans LOU Jim Fuller ROC Jim Rice PAW Mike Vail TID Rich Dauer ROC Mickey Klutts SYR Joe Lis TOL Ted Cox PAW Gary Allenson PAW Bobby Brown COL Dave Stapleton PAW Marshall Brant COL Brett Butler RICH Tucker Ashford COL Tim Teufel TOL Scott Bradley COL Dan Pasqua COL Pat Dodson PAW Randy Milligan TID Craig Worthington ROC Tom O Malley TID Hensley Meulens COL Derek Bell SYR J.T. Snow COL Jim Thome CHA Jeff Manto NOR/ROC Butch Huskey NOR Phil Hiatt TOL Roberto Petagine NOR Roberto Petagine IND Steve Cox DUR Chad Mottola SYR Toby Hall DUR Raul Gonzalez LOU Fernando Seguignol COL Jhonny Peralta BUF Shane Victorino SWB Kevin Witt DUR Mike Hessman TOL Jeff Bailey PAW Shelley Duncan SWB Dan Johnson DUR Russ Canzler DUR Mauro Gomez PAW Chris Colabello ROC Steven Souza, Jr. SYR Matt Hague BUF Ben Gamel SWB MOST VALUABLE PITCHER Gary Waslewski TOR Dave Leonhard ROC Dave Roberts COL Ron Klimkowski SYR Bob Gardner SYR Roric Harrison ROC Gene Garber CHR Dick Pole PAW Scott McGregor SYR Craig Swan TID Dennis Martinez ROC Mike Parrott ROC Juan Berenguer TID Rick Anderson COL Bob Kammeyer COL Bob Ojeda PAW Craig McMurtry RICH Walt Terrell TID Brad Havens TOL Tom Henke SYR John Mitchell TID Brad Arnsberg COL Steve Searcy TOL Alex Sanchez SYR Dave Eiland COL Mike Mussina ROC Sam Militello COL Aaron Sele PAW Brad Woodall RICH Jason Isringhausen NOR Mike Fyhrie NOR Brian Rose PAW Shannon Withem SYR Ed Yarnall COL Jon Garland CHR Brandon Duckworth SWB Joe Roa SWB Bronson Arroyo PAW Ben Hendrickson IND Zach Duke IND Heath Phillips CHA Kevin Slowey ROC Charlie Zink PAW Justin Lehr LOU Jeremy Hellickson DUR Julio Teheran GWN Tyler Cloyd LHV J.D. Martin DUR Anthony Ranaudo PAW Erik Johnson CHA Jake Thompson LHV ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mike Epstein ROC Curt Motton ROC Merv Rettenmund ROC Luis Alvarado LOU Roger Freed ROC Rusty Torres SYR Al Bumbry ROC Otto Velez SYR Jim Rice PAW Mike Vail TID Rich Dauer ROC Dale Murphy RICH Glenn Hubbard RICH Mookie Wilson TID Bob Bonner ROC Cal Ripken, Jr. ROC Brook Jacoby RICH Brad Komminsk RICH Scott Bradley COL Dan Pasqua COL Orestes Destrade COL Randy Milligan TID Steve Finley ROC Francisco Cabrera SYR Phil Plantier PAW Luis Mercedes ROC J.T. Snow COL Chipper Jones RICH Shawn Green SYR Jason Isringhausen NOR Billy McMillon CHA Brian Rose PAW Marlon Anderson SWB Kurt Bierek COL Aubrey Huff DUR Brandon Duckworth SWB Carl Crawford DUR Aaron Miles CHR Jason Kubel ROC Francisco Liriano ROC Josh Fields CHA Joey Votto LOU Randy Ruiz ROC Austin Jackson SWB Freddie Freeman GWN Julio Teheran GWN Ernesto Mejia GWN Chris Colabello ROC Steven Souza, Jr. SYR Ben Gamel SWB Yandy Diaz COL MANAGER OF THE YEAR Jack Tighe TOL Jack Tighe TOL Clyde McCoullogh TID Frank Verdi SYR Joe Altobelli ROC Hank Bauer TID Joe Morgan CHR Karl Kuehl MEM Joe Frazier TID Joe Altobelli ROC Joe Morgan PAW Jim Beauchamp CHR Vern Benson SYR Joe Altobelli COL Eddie Haas RICH Eddie Haas RICH Doc Edwards CHR Tony Torchia PAW Doug Ault SYR John Hart ROC Ed Nottle PAW Johnny Oates ROC Bob Bailor SYR Greg Biagini ROC Butch Hobson PAW Lee Elia SWB Mike Quade OTT Grady Little RICH Toby Harrah NOR Buddy Bailey PAW Marv Foley ROC Ken Macha PAW Tom Spencer CHA Joel Skinner BUF Eric Wedge BUF Marc Bombard SWB Buddy Bailey PAW Marty Brown BUF Larry Parrish TOL John Russell SWB Dave Miley SWB Rick Sweet LOU Rick Sweet LOU Charlie Montoyo DUR Mike Sarbaugh COL Dave Miley SWB Charlie Montoyo DUR Billy Gardner, Jr. SYR Ron Johnson NOR AL Pedrique SWB IL INFO 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 109

112 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE HALL OF FAME (established in 1947) 1959 Frederick Fritz Maisel (INF/Mgr.) William Harry Smythe (P/Mgr.) George Stallings (C/Mgr.) 1960 Howie Moss (3B/OF) Glenn Rocky Nelson (1B) Jackie Robinson (2B) 1961 Pat Powers (Mgr./Executive) 1962 Joe Brown (3B) 2012 Dave Eiland (P) Bill Evers (Mgr.) Mike Tamburro (Executive) 2013 Mack Jones (OF) Larry Parrish (Mgr.) Don Richmond (3B) 2014 Jeff Manto (INF/OF)^ Dave Miley (Mgr.) Jim Weber (Broadcaster) IL INFO 1947 Ollie Carnegie (OF) Charlie Keller (OF) Ernest Lanigan (Executive) Frank McGowan (OF/Mgr.) Steve O Neill (C/Mgr.) Ben Sankey (INF) Frank Shaughnessy (1B/Mgr./Exec.) Billy Southworth (OF/Mgr.) Fred Dixie Walker (OF/Mgr.) 1948 Herb Pennock (P) Dick Rudolph (P) Alphonse Tommy Thomas (P/Mgr./Exec.) 1949 Ed Holly (SS/Mgr.) Bill Meyer (Mgr.) George Toporcer (2B/Mgr.) 1950 Jack Dunn (2B/Mgr,) Jewel Ens (INF/Mgr./Exec.) Dan Howley (C/Mgr.) 1951 James Rip Collins (1B) Al Mamaux (P/Mgr.) Ed Onslow (1B/Mgr.) 1952 Bill Murray (OF/Mgr.) Jack Ogden (P) George Wiltse (1B/P/Mgr.) 1953 Estel Crabtree (OF/Mgr.) William Manley (Executive) Fred Merkle (1B/Mgr.) 1954 Joe Boley (SS) Fred Hutchinson (P) Bill Kelly (1B/Mgr./Umpire) 1955 Jack Berly (P) Luke Hamlin (P) Merwin Jacobson (OF) 1956 George Earnshaw (P) Joe McCarthy (2B) Jimmy Ripple (OF) 1957 Christian Bruno Betzel (Mgr.) Ike Boone (OF/Mgr.) James Rube Parnham (P) 1958 Jack Bentley (1B/P) George Selkirk (OF/Mgr.) Jimmy Walsh (OF/Mgr.) 1963 Dick Porter (INF/OF/Mgr.) INDUCTIONS MODERN ERA INDUCTIONS 2007 Harold Cooper (Executive) George Sisler, Jr. (Executive) 2008 Tommie Aaron (OF/Mgr.)^ Dale Alexander (1B) Joe Altobelli (1B/OF/Mgr.) Don Buford (INF/OF) Gene Cook (Executive) Russ Derry (OF) Luke Easter (1B/OF/Mgr.) Ralph Garr (OF)^ Frank Gilhooley, Sr. (OF) Robert Lefty Grove (P) Joe Hauser (1B) Frank Pancho Herrera (1B) Tommy Lasorda (P/Mgr.) Ben Mondor (Executive) Joe Morgan (INF/OF/Mgr.)* George Puccinelli (OF) George Quellich (OF) Jim Rice (OF) Dave Rosenfield (Executive) Hank Sauer (OF) Morrie Silver (Executive) Anthony Tex Simone (Executive) Bobby Tiefenauer (P/Mgr.)* Ollie Tucker (OF) Frank Verdi (Mgr.) Hobart Rabbit Whitman (OF) Archie Wilson (OF) 2009 Russell Buzz Arlett (OF) Charles Red Barrett (P) Walter Cazen (OF) Steve Demeter (3B/Mgr.) Clay Hopper (Mgr.) Charles Rube Kisinger (P) Joe Knight (OF) Albert Dutch Mele (OF) Carl Stump Merrill (Mgr.) Roberto Petagine (1B) Red Schoendienst (SS) Bill Short (P) Ed Stevens (1B) Harry The Hat Walker (OF/Mgr.)& 2010 Walter Alston (Mgr.) Don Baylor (OF) Frank Carswell (OF/Mgr.) Bobby Grich (INF) Mike Ryba (P) Bob Seeds (OF) Coaker Triplett (OF) 2011 Steve Balboni (1B) Wade Boggs (3B) Cal Ripken, Jr. (3B) 2015 Marc Bombard (Mgr.) Marshall Brant (1B) Don Labbruzzo (Executive) 2016 Hensley Meulens (INF/OF/Coach) Charlie Montoyo (INF/Mgr.) 2017 Lee Gardner (P) Max Schumacher (Executive) *=Played for Atlanta Crackers &=Managed Atlanta Crackers ^=Played for Richmond Braves 110 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

113 BUFFALO BISONS 66-78, 5 TH IL NORTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays Since 2013 Contact Information: One James D. Griffin Plaza Buffalo, NY Ph: Fx: BISONS STAFF YEAR WITH BUF General Manager: Michael Buczkowski 31st Season Field Manager: Bobby Meacham 1st Season Pitching Coach: Bob Stanley 3rd Season Hitting Coach: Devon White 1st Season Position Coach: Aaron Mathews 1st Season Athletic Trainer: Voon Chong 5th Season Years in IL: , , Governors Cup Titles (6): 1933, 1936, 1957, 1961, 1998, 2004 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: Director of Marketing and Public Relations: Brad Bisbing Media Relations Manager: Ben Wagner MEACHAM Opened Capacity...16, Total Attendance...562, Average Attendance...8, : Home (2-2), Road (2-2), Overall (4-4) 2010: Home (2-2), Road (1-3), Overall (3-5) 2011: Home (3-1), Road (1-3), Overall (4-4) 2012: Home (1-3), Road (1-3), Overall (2-6) 2013: Home (2-2), Road (3-1), Overall (5-3) COCA-COLA FIELD G-BRAVES VS. BISONS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 325 Center Field: 404 Right Field: : Home (3-1), Road (3-0), Overall (6-1) 2015: Home (2-1), Road (3-0), Overall (5-1) 2016: Home (3-0), Road (4-0), Overall (7-0) TOTAL: Home (18-12), Road (18-12), Overall (36-24) G-BRAVES VS. BISONS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. BUF W, rd (1.5 GB) Wooten (3-3) / Tepera / None 2:30 / 7,462 BUF W, rd (0.5 GB) Marksberry (4-2) / Venditte / None 2:49 /13,552 BUF W, st (0.5 GA) J. Ramirez (3-2) / Rowen / Cleto (2) 2:58 / 17,600 BUF W, st (1.5 GA) C. Kelly (3-6) / Copeland / Roney (3) 2:23 / 9,214 8/23 vs. BUF W, nd (0.5 GB) Blair (5-4) / Bolsinger / None 3:02 / 960 8/24 vs. BUF W, nd (0.5 GB) Roney (3-0) / Lawrence / None 2:48 / 1,075 8/25 vs. BUF W, nd (0.5 GB) J. Bradley (2-0) / Copeland / None 2:53 / 1,302 IL INFO AT COOLRAY FIELD Tue, May 23, 7:05 PM Wed, May 24, 7:05 PM Thu, May 25, 12:05 PM G-BRAVES VS. BISONS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change MLB.COM TOP 10 TORONTO BLUE JAYS PROSPECTS 1, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B 2. Sean Reid-Foley - RHP 3. Anthony Alford - OF 4. Richard Urena - SS 5. Rowdy Tellez - 1B AT COCA-COLA FIELD Fri, August 18, 7:05 PM Sat, August 19, 6:05 PM Sun, August 20, 1:05 PM 6. Conner Greene - RHP 7. T.J. Zeuch - RHP 8. Jon Harris - RHP 9. Bo Bichette - SS/2B 10. Justin Maese - RHP 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 111

114 CHARLOTTE KNIGHTS 65-79, 2 ND IL SOUTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Chicago White Sox Since 1999 Contact Information: 324 South Mint Street Charlotte, NC Ph: Fx: KNIGHTS STAFF YEAR WITH CHA Executive Vice President/COO: Dan Rajkowski 12th Season Field Manager: Mark Grudzielanek 1st Season Pitching Coach: Steve McCatty 1st Season Hitting Coach: Andy Tomberlin 5th Season Coach: Garey Ingram 1st Season Athletic Trainer: Scott Johnson 15th Season MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: Director of Media Relations: Tommy Viola Director of Broadcasting: Matt Swierad Opened Capacity...10, Total Attendance...628, Average Attendance...8, : Home (5-6), Road (5-5), Overall (10-11) 2010: Home (5-6), Road (3-8), Overall (8-14) 2011: Home (8-2), Road (5-6), Overall (13-8) 2012: Home (6-5), Road (5-6), Overall (11-11) 2013: Home (6-5), Road (7-4), Overall (13-9) BB&T BALLPARK G-BRAVES VS. KNIGHTS ALL TIME Years in IL: Governors Cup Titles (2): 1993, 1999 GRUDZIELANEK Dimensions...Left Field: 330 Center Field: 400 Right Field: : Home (7-4), Road (6-5), Overall (13-9) 2015: Home (5-6), Road (4-8), Overall (9-14) 2016: Home (6-8), Road (5-8), Overall (11-16) TOTAL: Home (48-42), Road (40-50), Overall (88-92) IL INFO G-BRAVES VS. KNIGHTS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH TIME / ATT. CHA L, 1-2 (10) st (1.0 GA) 3:17 / 9,410 CHA L, 5-8 (10) st (0.5 GA) 3:06 / 10,227 5/6 vs. CHA W, st (2.5 GA) 2:21 / 3,786 5/7 vs. CHA L, st (1.5 GA) 3:01 / 8,023 5/8 vs. CHA W, st (2.0 GA) 2:32 / 2,021 5/19 vs. CHA L, nd (2.0 GB) 3:19 / 2,372 5/20 vs. CHA W, nd (1.0 GB) 3:11 / 4,435 CHA W, T-1st (0.0 GB) 3:34 / 10,206 CHA L, 8-9 (11) nd (1.0 GB) 3:46 / 9,501 6/24 vs. CHA L, rd (2.5 GB) 2:03 / 5,538 6/25 vs. CHA L, rd (3.5 GB) 2:57 / 5,882 6/26 vs. CHA W, nd (2.5 GB) 2:47 / 1,833 CHA W, st (0.5 GA) 3:03 / 8,319 CHA W, 6-0 (5) st (1.5 GA) 1:23 / 10,241 CHA L, st (0.5 GA) 3:03 / 10,272 CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) 2:29 / 7,347 8/1 vs. CHA W, nd (0.5 GB) 2:35 / 937 8/2 vs. CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) 2:18 / 1,322 8/3 vs. CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) 2:44 / 1,188 8/4 vs. CHA L, nd (1.5 GB) 3:08 / 1,253 CHA L, st (0.5 GA) 2:58 / 7,315 CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) 3:02 / 7,403 CHA W, st (0.5 GA) 2:51 / 7,867 8/19 vs. CHA (G1) W, 7-5 (7) st (1.5 GA) 2:04 / --- 8/19 vs. CHA (G2) L, 1-5 (7) st (0.5 GA) 2:06 / 3,658 CHA L, nd (0.5 GB) 2:49 / 10,708 CHA W, st (0.5 GA) 2:50 / 9,568 1, Yoan Moncada - 2B 2. Lucas Giolito - RHP 3. Michael Kopech - RHP 4. Reynaldo Lopez - RHP 5. Carson Fulmer - RHP MLB.COM TOP 10 CHICAGO WHITE SOX PROSPECTS G-BRAVES VS. KNIGHTS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT COOLRAY FIELD Thu, June 8, 7:05 PM Fri, June 9, 7:05 PM Sat, June 10, 6:05 PM Sun, June 11, 1:05 PM Mon, June 19, 7:05 PM Tue, June 20, 7:05 PM Wed, June 21, 7:05 PM Thu, June 22, 7:05 PM Fri, August 25, 7:05 PM Sat, August 26, 6:05 PM Sun, August 27, 1:05 PM AT BB&T BALLPARK Fri, May 5, 7:05 PM Sat, May 6, 7:05 PM Sun, May 7, 2:05 PM Fri, June 30, 7:05 PM Sat, July 1, 7:05 PM Sun, July 2, 2:05 PM Mon, July 3, 7:05 PM Thu, July 13, 7:05 PM Fri, July 14, 7:05 PM Sat, July 15, 7:05 PM Sun, July 16, 5:05 PM Fri, August 4, 7:05 PM Sat, August 5, 7:05 PM Sun, August 6, 5:05 PM 6. Zack Collins - C 7. Zack Burdi - RHP 8. Luis Alexander Basabe - OF 9. Alec Hansen - RHP 10. Dane Dunning - RHP 112 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

115 COLUMBUS CLIPPERS 82-62, 1 ST IL WEST IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Cleveland Indians Since 2009 Contact Information: 330 Huntington Park Lane Columbus, OH Ph: Fx: CLIPPERS STAFF YEAR WITH COL President/GM: Ken Schnacke 28th Season Field Manager: Chris Tremie 5th Season Pitching Coach: Steve Karsay 2nd Season Hitting Coach: Rouglas Odor 3rd Season Bench Coach: Jerry Owens 1st Season Athletic Trainer: Chad Wolfe 4th Season Years in IL: , Governors Cup Titles (10): 1979, 1980, 1981, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1996, 2010, 2011, 2015 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: Director of Comm/Media: Joe Santry Assistant Director of Media: Anthony Slosser Director of Broadcasting: Ryan Mitchell TREMIE Opened Capacity...10, Total Attendance...602, Average Attendance...8, : Home (1-3), Road (4-0), Overall (5-3) 2010: Home (1-3), Road (2-2), Overall (3-5) 2011: Home (0-4), Road (3-1), Overall (3-5) 2012: Home (2-3), Road (1-2), Overall (3-5) 2013: Home (2-2), Road (1-3), Overall (3-5) 2014: Home (1-3), Road (1-3), Overall (2-6) HUNTINGTON PARK G-BRAVES VS. CLIPPERS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 325 Center Field: 400 Right Field: : Home (3-0), Road (3-4), Overall (6-4) 2016: Home (0-3), Road (0-3), Overall (0-6) TOTAL: Home (10-21), Road (15-18), Overall (25-39) PLAYOFFS: Home (2-0), Road (1-1), Overall (3-1) G-BRAVES VS. CLIPPERS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. COL L, st (1.0 GA) Merritt / Sims (0-1) / None 2:30 / 8,505 COL L, T-1st (0.0 GB) W. Roberts / Foltynewicz (1-2) / J. Johnson 2:30 / 8,585 COL L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Clevinger / W. Perez (0-1) / None 2:28 / 7,415 4/29 vs. COL L, st (3.0 GA) J. Johnson / R. Weber (0-1) / None 2:59 / 4,469 4/30 vs. COL L, 2-6 (6) st (2.0 GA) Clevinger / W. Perez (0-2) / None 1:43 / 6,413 5/1 vs. COL L, st (2.0 GA) Paulino / J. Ramirez (0-1) / Armstrong 3:17 / 3,288 9/7 at COL W, 5-4 Lead Series 1-0 Younginer (1-0) / Adams / Cleto (1) 3:02 / 8,698 9/8 at COL L, 4-6 Series Tied 1-1 J. Johnson / Wooten (0-1) / J. Martin 3:09 / 8,835 9/9 vs. COL W, 11-1 Lead Series 2-1 Ellis (1-0) / Morimando / None 2:26 / 1,662 9/10 vs. COL W, 5-4 Win Series 3-1 Younginer (2-0) / J. Johnson / Roney (1) 3:30 / 1,277 IL INFO AT COOLRAY FIELD Fri, May 12, 7:05 PM Sat, May 13, 6:05 PM Sun, May 14, 1:05 PM 1, Bradley Zimmer - OF 2. Francisco Mejia - C 3. Triston McKenzie - RHP 4. Bobby Bradley - 1B 5. Brady Aiken - LHP G-BRAVES VS. CLIPPERS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change MLB.COM TOP 10 CLEVELAND INDIANS PROSPECTS AT HUNTINGTON PARK Fri, June 16, 7:15 PM Sat, June 17, 7:15 PM Sun, June 18, 2:05 PM 6. Nolan Jones - 3B 7. Will Benson - OF 8. Erik Gonzalez - SS 9. Greg Allen - OF 10. Yandy Diaz - OF/3B 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 113

116 DURHAM BULLS 64-80, 3 RD IL SOUTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays Since 1998 Contact Information: 409 Blackwell Street Durham, NC Ph: Fx: BULLS STAFF YEAR WITH DUR General Manager: Mike Birling 19th Season Field Manager: Jared Sandberg 3rd Season Pitching Coach: Kyle Snyder 3rd Season Hitting Coach: Ozzie Timmons 2nd Season Coach: Craig Albernaz 1st Season Athletic Trainer: Mike Sandoval 6th Season Years in IL: Governors Cup Titles (4): 2002, 2003, 2009, 2013 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: Director of Communications: Matt Sutor Radio Broadcaster: Patrick Kinas SANDBERG Opened Capacity...10, Total Attendance...547, Average Attendance...7, : Home (6-5), Road (5-6), Overall (11-11) 2010: Home (6-4), Road (6-5), Overall (12-9) 2011: Home (4-6), Road (6-5), Overall (10-11) 2012: Home (7-4), Road (4-6), Overall (11-10) 2013: Home (5-6), Road (1-9), Overall (6-15) DURHAM BULLS ATHLETIC PARK G-BRAVES VS. BULLS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 303 Center Field: 395 Right Field: : Home (6-5), Road (3-7), Overall (9-12) 2015: Home (6-4), Road (6-5), Overall (12-9) 2016: Home (4-5), Road (5-8), Overall (9-13) TOTAL: Home (44-39), Road (36-51), Overall (80-90) IL INFO G-BRAVES VS. BULLS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH TIME / ATT. DUR L, 5-6 (11) 3-2 2nd (1.0 GB) 3:36 / 3,414 DUR W, 6-5 (10) 4-2 T-1st (0.0 GB) 3:31 / 2,832 DUR W, st (1.0 GA) 2:58 / 8,716 4/18 vs. DUR L, st (2.0 GA) 3:00 / 1,172 4/19 vs. DUR W, st (3.0 GA) 2:31 / 830 4/20 vs. DUR L, st (2.0 GA) 2:39 / 1,268 5/16 vs. DUR W, nd (2.0 GB) 2:46 / 1,758 5/17 vs. DUR L, nd (2.0 GB) 3:10 / 1,493 5/18 vs. DUR W, nd (1.0 GB) 3:01 / 7,661 DUR L, nd (2.5 GB) 2:04 / 6,755 DUR L, nd (2.5 GB) 2:50 / 8,333 DUR L, 8-9 (10) nd (3.5 GB) 4:02 / 10,006 DUR L, rd (3.5 GB) 2:42 / 7,274 DUR W, nd (0.5 GB) 3:05 / 7,845 DUR L, nd (1.5 GB) 2:46 / 9,015 DUR W, nd (0.5 GB) 3:12 / 6,235 DUR W, st (0.5 GA) 3:22 / 9,163 DUR L, st (0.5 GA) 2:28 / 10,219 DUR L, nd (0.5 GB) 3:28 / 8,514 9/1 vs. DUR W, 1-0 (11) st (2.5 GA) 3:11 / 1,175 9/2 vs. DUR L, st (2.0 GA) 3:05 / 4,246 9/3 vs. DUR L, st (0.5 GA) 2:50 / 6,016 G-BRAVES VS. BULLS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT COOLRAY FIELD Thu, April 6, 7:05 PM Fri, April 7, 7:05 PM Sat, April 8, 6:05 PM Sun, April 9, 1:05 PM Tue, May 2, 7:05 PM Wed, May 3, 7:05 PM Thu, May 4, 10:35 AM Fri, September 1, 7:05 PM Sat, September 2, 6:05 PM Sun, September 3, 1:05 PM Mon, September 4, 1:05 PM AT DURHAM BULLS ATHLETIC PARK Fri, April 14, 7:05 PM Sat, April 15, 6:35 PM Sun, April 16, 5:05 PM Thu, May 18, 7:05 PM Fri, May 19, 7:05 PM Sat, May 20, 6:35 PM Sun, May 21, 5:05 PM Mon, August 21, 7:05 PM Tue, August 22, 7:05 PM Wed, August 23, 7:05 PM Thu, August 24, 7:05 PM 1, Willy Adames - SS 2. Brent Honeywell - RHP 3. Jose De Leon - RHP 4. Jake Bauers - OF/1B 5. Casey Gillaspie - 1B MLB.COM TOP 10 TAMPA BAY RAYS PROSPECTS 6. Joshua Lowe - OF/3B 7. Jesus Sanchez - OF 8. Chih-Wei Hu - RHP 9. Jacob Faria - RHP 10. Justin Williams - OF 114 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

117 INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS 70-74, 3 RD IL WEST IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates Since 2005 Contact Information: 501 West Maryland Street Indianapolis, IN Ph: Fx: INDIANS STAFF YEAR WITH IND General Manager: Randy Lewandowski 24th Season Field Manager: Andy Barkett 1st Season Pitching Coach: Stan Kyles 4th Season Hitting Coach: Butch Wynegar 3rd Season Athletic Trainer: Dru Scott 1st Season MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: x228 Director of Communications: Charlie Henry Baseball Communications Mgr: Cheyne Reiter Radio Broadcaster: Howard Kellman x310 Opened Capacity...14, Total Attendance...636, Average Attendance...8, : Home (3-1), Road (3-1), Overall (6-2) 2010: Home (2-2), Road (2-2), Overall (4-4) 2011: Home (2-2), Road (2-2), Overall (4-4) 2012: Home (0-4), Road (2-2), Overall (2-6) 2013: Home (3-1), Road (0-4), Overall (3-5) VICTORY FIELD G-BRAVES VS. INDIANS ALL TIME Years in IL: 1963, Governors Cup Titles (2): 1963, : Home (2-2), Road (1-3), Overall (3-5) 2015: Home (3-1), Road (1-3), Overall (4-4) 2016: Home (4-3), Road (1-2), Overall (5-5) BARKETT Dimensions...Left Field: 320 Center Field: 402 Right Field: 320 TOTAL: Home (19-16), Road (12-19), Overall (31-35) G-BRAVES VS. INDIANS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. 6/20 vs. IND L, nd (3.5 GB) Kuhl / C. Kelly (2-3) / Neverauskas 3:13 / 2,272 6/21 vs. IND W, 8-7 (12) nd (2.5 GB) Lalli (1-0) / Neverauskas / None 4:18 / 2,312 6/22 vs. IND W, 4-3 (10) nd (1.5 GB) J. Ramirez (2-2) / Jh. Medina / None 3:23 / 2,695 6/23 vs. IND L, rd (1.5 GB) T. Williams / Ellis (0-2) / Marte 3:10 / 2,048 IND L, T-2nd (3.0 GB) Glasnow / Banuelos (0-2) / None 3:01 / 9,600 IND W, nd (2.5 GB) Janas (2-0) / T. Williams / J. Ramirez (3) 2:55 / 12,272 IND L, rd (2.5 GB) Duncan / Blair (3-1) / None 2:18 / 8,442 7/26 vs. IND W, st (1.0 GA) Ellis (2-4) / T. Williams / None 3:07 / 1,608 7/27 vs. IND W, st (1.0 GA) Blair (4-3) / Vogelsong / Cleto (3) 2:22 / 1,967 7/28 vs. IND L, st (0.5 GA) Duncan / Whalen (0-1) / Marte 2:59 / 1,944 IL INFO AT COOLRAY FIELD Fri, July 7, 7:05 PM Sat, July 8, 6:05 PM Sun, July 9, 1:05 PM Thu, July 20, 7:05 PM Fri, July 21, 7:05 PM Sat, July 22, 6:05 PM Sun, July 23, 1:05 PM 1. Tyler Glasnow - RHP 2. Austin Meadows - OF 3. Josh Bell - 1B/OF 4. Mitch Keller - RHP 5. Kevin Newman - SS G-BRAVES VS. INDIANS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change MLB.COM TOP 10 PITTSBURGH PIRATES PROSPECTS AT VICTORY FIELD Fri, June 2, 7:15 PM Sat, June 3, 7:05 PM Sun, June 4, 1:35 PM 6. Ke Bryan Hayes - 3B 7. Cole Tucker - SS 8. Will Craig - 3B 9. Nick Kingham - RHP 10. Steven Brault - LHP 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 115

118 LEHIGH VALLEY IRONPIGS 85-58, 2 ND IL NORTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies Since 2008 Contact Information: 1050 IronPigs Way Allentown, PA Ph: Fx: IRONPIGS STAFF YEAR WITH LHV President/GM: Kurt Landes 10th Season Field Manager: Dusty Wathan 1st Season Pitching Coach: Dave Lundquist 2nd Season Hitting Coach: Sal Rende 7th Season Athletic Trainer: Jon May 3rd Season Years in IL: Governors Cup Titles (0): None MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: Director of MR/Broadcast: Matt Provence VP, Media/Communications: Jon Schaeffer Media Relations Assistant Eric Hall WATHAN Opened Capacity...10, Total Attendance...611, Average Attendance...8, : Home (3-1), Road (3-1), Overall (6-2) 2010: Home (2-2), Road (4-0), Overall (6-2) 2011: Home (1-3), Road (2-2), Overall (3-5) 2012: Home (2-2), Road (0-4), Overall (2-6) 2013: Home (1-3), Road (1-3), Overall (2-6) COCA-COLA PARK G-BRAVES VS. IRONPIGS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 336 Center Field: 400 Right Field: : Home (0-4), Road (2-2), Overall (2-6) 2015: Home (3-1), Road (2-1), Overall (5-2) 2016: Home (2-2), Road (0-3), Overall (2-5) TOTAL: Home (14-18), Road (14-16), Overall (28-34) IL INFO G-BRAVES VS. IRONPIGS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. 6/6 vs. LHV L, 0-3 (7) rd (4.5 GB) Lively / Harrell (2-1) / None 1:53 / 946 6/7 vs. LHV L, rd (4.5 GB) Mariot / Banuelos (0-1) / None 2:59 / 1,578 6/8 vs. LHV W, rd (3.5 GB) De La Cruz (1-1) / S. Gonzalez / J. Ramirez (2) 2:26 / 2,104 6/9 vs. LHV W, rd (3.5 GB) Marksberry (2-2) / Eflin / Wooten (1) 2:23 / 5,869 LHV L, nd (2.0 GB) Herrmann / J. Ramirez (1-2) / None 3:20 / 9,744 LHV L, nd (3.0 GB) Lu. Garcia / Sims (2-6) / Mujica (15) 2:59 / 8,530 LHV L, 1-2 (11) nd (3.5 GB) Herrmann / R. Weber (0-3) / None 3:16 / 7,957 AT COOLRAY FIELD Mon, July 17, 7:05 PM Tue, July 18, 7:05 PM Wed, July 19, 7:05 PM G-BRAVES VS. IRONPIGS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT COCA-COLA PARK Mon, July 24, 7:05 PM Tue, July 25, 11:35 AM Wed, July 26, 7:05 PM Thu, July 27, 7:05 PM MLB.COM TOP 10 PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES PROSPECTS 1, J.P. Crawford - SS 2. Mickey Moniak - OF 3. Jorge Alfaro - C 4. Nick Williams - OF 5. Franklyn Kilome - RHP 6. Roman Quinn - OF 7. Sixto Sanchez - RHP 8. Kevin Gowdy - RHP 9. Dylan Cozens - OF 10. Cornelius Randolph - OF 116 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

119 LOUISVILLE BATS 71-73, 2 ND IL WEST IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds Since 2000 Contact Information: 401 East Main Street Louisville, KY Ph: Fx: BATS STAFF YEAR WITH LOU President: Gary Ulmer 25th Season Field Manager: Delino DeShields 3rd Season Pitching Coach: Jeff Fassero 1st Season Hitting Coach: Jody Davis 2nd Season Bench Coach: Darryl Brinkley 1st Season Athletic Trainer: Steve Gober 2nd Season Years in IL: , Governors Cup Titles (1): 2001 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: Director of Media/PR: Ryan Ritchey Director of Broadcasting: Nick Curran DESHIELDS Opened Capacity...13, Total Attendance...506, Average Attendance...7, : Home (2-2), Road (2-2), Overall (4-4) 2010: Home (0-3), Road (2-2), Overall (2-5) 2011: Home (2-2), Road (3-1), Overall (5-3) 2012: Home (3-1), Road (1-3), Overall (4-4) 2013: Home (1-3), Road (3-1), Overall (4-4) LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FIELD G-BRAVES VS. BATS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 325 Center Field: 405 Right Field: : Home (2-2), Road (1-3), Overall (3-5) 2015: Home (4-3), Road (2-1), Overall (6-4) 2016: Home (1-2), Road (2-2), Overall (3-4) TOTAL: Home (15-18), Road (16-15), Overall (31-33) G-BRAVES VS. BATS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. LOU W, nd (1.5 GB) Wooten (1-1) / Moscot / J. Ramirez (4) 2:28 / 8,112 LOU W, nd (0.5 GB) R. Weber (1-3) / Stephenson / Cunniff (1) 2:46 / 6,890 LOU L, nd (1.5 GB) S. Johnson / Texeira (1-5) / Hoover 2:27 / 8,139 LOU L, 1-2 (6) nd (1.5 GB) D. Wright / Ellis (0-3) / None 1:24 / 9,073 8/12 vs. LOU L, 8-9 (12) nd (0.5 GB) Magill / Portuondo (1-1) / S. Johnson 4:43 / 4,147 8/13 vs. LOU W, st (0.5 GA) C. Rogers (1-0) / A. Morris / Simmons (1) 3:18 / 5,411 8/14 vs. LOU L, st (0.5 GA) D. Wright / Teheran (0-1) / None 3:16 / 2,046 IL INFO AT COOLRAY FIELD Thu, August 10, 7:05 PM Fri, August 11, 7:05 PM Sat, August 12, 6:05 PM Sun, August 13, 1:05 PM 1, Nick Senzel - 3B 2. Amir Garrett - LHP 3. Jesse Winker - OF 4. Robert Stephenson - RHP 5. Taylor Trammell - OF G-BRAVES VS. BATS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change MLB.COM TOP 10 CINCINNATI REDS PROSPECTS AT LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FIELD Tue, May 30, 6:35 PM Wed, May 31, 6:35 PM Thu, June 1, 7:05 PM 6. Aristides Aquino - OF 7. Luis Castillo - RHP 8. Tyler Stephenson - C 9. Sal Romano - RHP 10. Tyler Mahle - RHP 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 117

120 NORFOLK TIDES 62-82, 4 TH IL SOUTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles Since 2007 Contact Information: 150 Park Avenue Norfolk, VA Ph: Fx: TIDES STAFF YEAR WITH NOR General Manager: Joe Gregory 6th Season Field Manager: Ron Johnson 6th Season Pitching Coach: Mike Griffin 9th Season Hitting Coach: Sean Berry 3rd Season Coach: Jose Hernandez 5th Season Athletic Trainer: Mark Shires 11th Season Years in IL: Governors Cup Titles (5): 1972, 1975, 1982, 1983, 1985 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: x112 Director of Media Relations: Ian Locke x125 Radio Broadcaster: Pete Michaud JOHNSON Opened Capacity...11, Total Attendance...373, Average Attendance...5, : Home (5-5), Road (6-5), Overall (11-10) 2010: Home (7-4), Road (4-6), Overall (11-10) 2011: Home (8-3), Road (6-4), Overall (14-7) 2012: Home (5-5), Road (5-6), Overall (10-11) 2013: Home (4-6), Road (3-8), Overall (7-14) HARBOR PARK G-BRAVES VS. TIDES ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 333 Center Field: 400 Right Field: : Home (7-3), Road (4-7), Overall (11-10) 2015: Home (6-6), Road (6-4), Overall (12-10) 2016: Home (11-2), Road (6-4), Overall (17-6) TOTAL: Home (53-34), Road (40-44), Overall (93-78) IL INFO G-BRAVES VS. TIDES IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH TIME / ATT. NOR W, T-1st (0.0 GB) 2:51 / 6,477 NOR W, 4-2 (10) 2-0 1st (1.0 GA) 3:08 / 3,096 NOR W, st (1.0 GA) 2:49 / 3,128 NOR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) 2:50 / 3,456 4/14 vs. NOR W, st (1.0 GA) 2:35 / 5,172 4/15 vs. NOR W, st (1.0 GA) 2:45 / 3,352 4/16 vs. NOR W, st (2.0 GA) 2:17 / 6,208 4/17 vs. NOR W, st (3.0 GA) 2:08 / 4,767 NOR (G1) W, 3-2 (7) nd (0.5 GB) 2:02 / --- NOR (G2) L, 1-2 (8) nd (0.5 GB) 2:25 / 4,230 NOR W, st (0.5 GA) 2:48 / 4,004 6/10 vs. NOR W, nd (3.0 GB) 2:25 / 5,292 6/11 vs. NOR W, nd (3.5 GB) 2:39 / 5,489 6/12 vs. NOR W, nd (2.5 GB) 2:52 / 2,363 7/4 vs. NOR L, nd (1.5 GB) 3:01 / 9,682 7/5 vs. NOR W, nd (0.5 GB) 2:10 / 1,964 7/6 vs. NOR W, nd (0.5 GB) 2:29 / 5,489 NOR W, T-1st (0.0 GB) 3:15 / 6,503 NOR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) 2:26 / 4,062 NOR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) 2:40 / 7,077 8/29 vs. NOR W, st (0.5 GA) 3:08 / 1,193 8/30 vs. NOR L, st (0.5 GA) 3:00 / 1,010 8/31 vs. NOR W, st (1.5 GA) 2:33 / 1,103 G-BRAVES VS. TIDES IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT COOLRAY FIELD Mon, June 5, 7:05 PM Tue, June 6, 7:05 PM Wed, June 7, 12:05 PM Fri, June 23, 7:05 PM Sat, June 24, 6:05 PM Sun, June 25, 1:05 PM Tue, July 4, 7:05 PM Wed, July 5, 7:05 PM Thu, July 6, 12:05 PM Mon, July 31, 7:05 PM Tue, August 1, 7:05 PM Wed, August 2, 7:05 PM AT HARBOR PARK Mon, April 10, 6:35 PM Tue, April 11, 6:35 PM Wed, April 12, 6:35 PM Thu, April 13, 12:05 PM Mon, May 15, 6:35 PM Tue, May 16, 6:35 PM Wed, May 17, 12:05 PM Mon, August 28, 7:05 PM Tue, August 29, 7:05 PM Wed, August 30, 7:05 PM Thu, August 31, 7:05 PM 1, Chance Sisco - C 2. Cody Sedlock - RHP 3. Hunter Harvey - RHP 4. Ryan Mountcastle - SS 5. Trey Mancini - 1B MLB.COM TOP 10 BALTIMORE ORIOLES PROSPECTS 6. Keegan Akin - LHP 7. Chris Lee - LHP 8. Austin Hays - OF 9. Anthony Santander - OF/1B 10. Jomar Reyes - 3B 118 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

121 PAWTUCKET RED SOX 74-68, 4 TH IL NORTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Boston Red Sox Since 1973 Contact Information: One Ben Mondor Way Pawtucket, RI Ph: Fx: RED SOX STAFF YEAR WITH PAW Sr. Vice President/GM: Dan Rea 2nd Season Field Manager: Kevin Boles 4th Season Pitching Coach: Bob Kipper 3rd Season Hitting Coach: Rich Gedman 3rd Season Coach: Bruce Crabbe 4th Season Athletic Trainer: Eric Velazquez 1st Season Years in IL: Governors Cup Titles (4): 1973, 1984, 2012, 2014 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: VP, Communications Bill Wanless Radio Broadcasters: Will Flemming Josh Maurer BOLES Opened Capacity... 10, Total Attendance , Average Attendance... 6, : Home (4-0), Road (2-2), Overall (6-2) 2010: Home (3-1), Road (1-3), Overall (4-4) 2011: Home (1-3), Road (3-1), Overall (4-4) 2012: Home (0-4), Road (2-2), Overall (2-6) 2013: Home (0-4), Road (2-2), Overall (2-6) McCOY STADIUM G-BRAVES VS. RED SOX SINCE 2009 Dimensions...Left Field: 325 Center Field: 400 Right Field: : Home (1-3), Road (2-2), Overall (3-5) 2015: Home (1-2), Road (1-2), Overall (2-4) 2016: Home (1-1), Road (1-2), Overall (2-3) TOTAL: Home (11-18), Road (14-16), Overall (25-34) G-BRAVES VS. RED SOX IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. PAW (G1) W, 3-2 (7) nd (1.0 GB) Gant (3-0) / E. Rodriguez / Withrow (2) 2:23 / --- PAW (G2) L, 6-8 (7) nd (1.0 GB) B. Johnson / De La Cruz (0-1) / K. Martin 2:22 / 7,209 PAW L, nd (2.0 GB) Owens / Sims (0-3) / None 3:36 / 4,452 5/30 vs. PAW W, nd (1.0 GB) Marksberry (1-2) / Mendez / J. Ramirez (1) 2:42 / 4,477 5/31 vs. PAW L, nd (2.0 GB) Owens / Sims (1-4) / K. Martin 3:10 / 1,323 6/1 vs. PAW CLD (RAIN) nd (2.5 GB) Game was not made up. IL INFO AT COOLRAY FIELD Fri, April 21, 7:05 PM Sat, April 22, 6:05 PM Sun, April 23, 1:05 PM G-BRAVES VS. RED SOX IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT McCOY STADIUM Fri, April 28, 6:05 PM Sat, April 29, 6:15 PM Sun, April 30, 1:35 PM 1, Andrew Benintendi - OF 2. Rafael Devers - 3B 3. Jason Groome - LHP 4. Sam Travis - 1B 5. Bobby Dalbec - 3B MLB.COM TOP 10 BOSTON RED SOX PROSPECTS 6. Roniel Raudes - RHP 7. C.J. Chatham - SS 8. Travis Lakins - RHP 9. Josh Ockimey - 1B 10. Nick Longhi - 1B/OF 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 119

122 ROCHESTER RED WINGS 81-63, 3 RD IL NORTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Minnesota Twins Since 2003 Contact Information: One Morrie Silver Way Rochester, NY Ph: Fx: RED WINGS STAFF YEAR WITH ROC General Manager: Dan Mason 23rd Season Field Manager: Mike Quade 3rd Season Pitching Coach: Stu Cliburn 5th Season Hitting Coach: Chad Allen 2nd Season Athletic Trainer: Larry Bennese 5th Season Years in IL: , , Governors Cup Titles (10): 1939, 1952, 1955, 1956, 1964, 1971, 1974, 1988, 1990, 1997 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: x3095 Director of Communications: Nate Rowan x3006 Radio Broadcaster: Josh Whetzel x3037 QUADE Opened Capacity...10, Total Attendance...434, Average Attendance...6, : Home (2-2), Road (3-1), Overall (5-3) 2010: Home (4-0), Road (1-3), Overall (5-3) 2011: Home (2-2), Road (2-2), Overall (4-4) 2012: Home (3-1), Road (2-2), Overall (5-3) 2013: Home (1-3), Road (0-4), Overall (1-7) FRONTIER FIELD G-BRAVES VS. RED WINGS SINCE 2009 Dimensions...Left Field: 335 Center Field: 402 Right Field: : Home (2-2), Road (1-3), Overall (3-5) 2015: Home (3-1), Road (2-2), Overall (5-3) 2016: Home (1-2), Road (1-3), Overall (2-5) TOTAL: Home (18-13), Road (12-20), Overall (30-33) IL INFO G-BRAVES VS. RED WINGS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. ROC L, st (1.5 GA) Runzler / Texeira (1-1) / Boshers 2:29 / 3,268 ROC L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Milone / C. Kelly (1-1) / None 2:51 / 2,895 ROC L, nd (1.0 GB) Albers / Texeira (1-2) / None 2:28 / 3,545 ROC W, nd (1.0 GB) Jenkins (3-2) / D. Martinez / Withrow (1) 2:54 / 3,613 8/20 vs. ROC W, 5-1 (7) st (1.5 GA) J. Bradley (1-0) / Bencomo / None 2:05 / 5,567 8/21 vs. ROC L, st (0.5 GA) Greenwood / Janas (2-2) / Busenitz 2:25 / 2,367 8/22 vs. ROC L, nd (0.5 GB) Albers / Ellis (4-5) / Wimmers 3:07 / 810 AT COOLRAY FIELD Tue, April 18, 7:05 PM Wed, April 19, 7:05 PM Thu, April 20, 12:05 PM G-BRAVES VS. RED WINGS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT FRONTIER FIELD Tue, April 25, 6:35 PM Wed, April 26, 1:35 PM Thu, April 27, 11:05 AM 1, Nick Gordon - SS 2. Stephen Gonsalves - LHP 3. Alex Kirilloff - OF 4. Fernando Romero - RHP 5. Tyler Jay - LHP MLB.COM TOP 10 MINNESOTA TWINS PROSPECTS 6. Kohl Stewart - RHP 7. Travis Blankenhorn - 3B/2B 8. Adalberto Mejia - LHP 9. Felix Jorge - RHP 10. Lewin Diaz - 1B 120 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

123 SCRANTON/WB RAILRIDERS 91-52, 1 ST IL NORTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the New York Yankees Since 2007 Contact Information: 235 Montage Mountain Road Moosic, PA Ph: Fx: RAILRIDERS STAFF YEAR WITH SWB President/COO: Josh Olerud 2nd Season Field Manager: Al Pedrique 2nd Season Pitching Coach: Tommy Phelps 2nd Season Hitting Coach: P.J. Pilittere 1st Season Defensive Coach: Doug Davis 1st Season Athletic Trainer: Darren London 11th Season Years in IL: Governors Cup Titles (2): 2008, 2016 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: x3510 Director of Media/Broadcast: John Sadak x3118 Assistant Director: Darren Headrick x3125 PEDRIQUE Opened (Renovated 2013) Capacity...10, Total Attendance...424, Average Attendance...6, : Home (1-3), Road (2-2), Overall (3-5) 2010: Home (2-2), Road (3-1), Overall (5-3) 2011: Home (1-2), Road (4-1), Overall (5-3) 2012: Home (1-3), Road (0-4), Overall (1-7) 2013: Home (0-4), Road (2-2), Overall (2-6) 2014: Home (0-4), Road (2-2), Overall (2-6) PNC FIELD G-BRAVES VS. RAILRIDERS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 330 Center Field: 408 Right Field: : Home (2-1), Road (2-1), Overall (4-2) 2016: Home (0-4), Road (1-2), Overall (1-6) TOTAL: Home (7-23), Road (16-15), Overall (23-38) PLAYOFFS: Home (0-4), Road (2-2), Overall (2-6) G-BRAVES VS. RAILRIDERS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. SWB W, nd (3.5 GB) Roney (1-0) / Haynes / None 3:07 / 8,130 SWB L, nd (3.5 GB) Severino / Ellis (0-1) / None 2:25 / 9,298 SWB L, nd (3.5 GB) Gallegos / De La Cruz (1-2) / Wotherspoon 2:13 / 7,583 7/14 vs. SWB L, nd (1.5 GB) C. Green / C. Kelly (2-5) / Yates 2:22 / 1,794 7/15 vs. SWB L, nd (1.5 GB) Severino / Ellis (1-4) / None 2:49 / 5,372 7/16 vs. SWB L, nd (1.5 GB) Cessa / Blair (3-3) / Yates 2:59 / 5,853 7/17 vs. SWB L, rd (1.5 GB) Gallegos / Wooten (2-3) / Moreno 2:58 / 2,106 SWB W, 7-4 Lead Series 1-0 Blair (1-0) / J. Montgomery / Cleto (2) 3:02 / 2,975 SWB L, 1-2 Series Tied 1-1 Gallegos / Roney (0-1) / None 2:39 / 1,727 9/15 vs. SWB L, 0-3 Trail Series 1-2 Lail / Jenkins (0-1) / Graham 2:46 / 1,435 9/16 vs. SWB L, 0-3 Lost Series 1-3 Camarena / Wooten (0-2) / Gallegos 2:48 / 4,617 IL INFO AT COOLRAY FIELD Mon, August 7, 7:05 PM Tue, August 8, 7:05 PM Wed, August 9, 7:05 PM G-BRAVES VS. RAILRIDERS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT PNC FIELD Tue, August 15, 7:05 PM Wed, August 16, 7:05 PM Thu, August 17, 7:05 PM 1, Gleyber Torres - SS 2. Clint Frazier - OF 3. Blake Rutherford - OF 4. Aaron Judge - OF 5. Jorge Mateo - SS/2B MLB.COM TOP 10 NEW YORK YANKEES PROSPECTS 6. James Kaprielian - RHP 7. Justus Sheffield - LHP 8. Chance Adams - RHP 9. Dustin Fowler - OF 10. Miguel Andujar - 3B 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 121

124 SYRACUSE CHIEFS 61-82, 6 TH IL NORTH IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Washington Nationals Since 2009 Contact Information: One Tex Simone Drive Syracuse, NY Ph: Fx: CHIEFS STAFF YEAR WITH SYR General Manager: Jason Smorol 4th Season Field Manager: Billy Gardner, Jr. 4th Season Pitching Coach: Bob Milacki 3rd Season Hitting Coach: Brian Daubach 2nd Season Athletic Trainer: Jeff Allred 4th Season Years in IL: , , , 1918, , , Governors Cup Titles (8): 1935, 1942, 1943, 1947, 1954, 1969, 1970, 1976 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS Director of Broadcast/Media: Kevin Brown Asst. Dir. of Broadcast/Media: Eric Gallanty GARDNER, JR. Opened Capacity...11, Total Attendance...274, Average Attendance...4, : Home (3-1), Road (2-2), Overall (5-3) 2010: Home (2-2), Road (1-3), Overall (3-5) 2011: Home (2-2), Road (2-2), Overall (4-4) 2012: Home (2-2), Road (0-4), Overall (2-6) 2013: Home (3-1), Road (3-1), Overall (6-2) NBT BANK STADIUM G-BRAVES VS. CHIEFS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 330 Center Field: 400 Right Field: : Home (1-3), Road (2-1), Overall (3-4) 2015: Home (1-3), Road (1-3), Overall (2-6) 2016: Home (0-3), Road (1-2), Overall (1-5) TOTAL: Home (14-17), Road (12-18), Overall (26-35) IL INFO G-BRAVES VS. CHIEFS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. 5/27 vs. SYR L, T-1st (0.0 GB) Voth / Marksberry (0-2) / Ra. Martin 2:43 / 3,860 5/28 vs. SYR L, nd (1.0 GB) E. Davis / Texeira (1-4) / Ra. Martin 3:28 / 4,089 5/29 vs. SYR L, nd (1.0 GB) Espino / Jenkins (5-3) / Masset 2:26 / 2,406 SYR L, rd (2.5 GB) Long / R. Hernandez (0-1) / Ra. Martin 2:27 / 2,116 SYR L, rd (3.5 GB) Giolito / C. Kelly (2-6) / Ra. Martin 2:29 / 3,901 SYR W, rd (2.5 GB) Marksberry (3-2) / E. Davis / J. Ramirez (6) 2:45 / 3,987 AT COOLRAY FIELD Fri, May 26, 7:05 PM Sat, May 27, 6:05 PM Sun, May 28, 1:05 PM Mon, May 29, 1:05 PM G-BRAVES VS. CHIEFS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change AT NBT BANK STADIUM Fri, July 28, 7:05 PM Sat, July 29, 7:05 PM Sun, July 30, 1:05 PM MLB.COM TOP 10 WASHINGTON NATIONALS PROSPECTS 1, Victor Robles - OF 2. Erick Fedde - RHP 3. Juan Soto - OF 4. Carter Kieboom - SS 5. Andrew Stevenson - OF 6. Sheldon Neuse - 3B 7. Koda Glover - RHP 8. Austin Voth - RHP 9. A.J. Cole - RHP 10. Pedro Severino - C 122 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

125 TOLEDO MUD HENS 68-76, 4 TH IL WEST IN 2016 Triple-A Affiliate of the Detroit Tigers Since 1987 Contact Information: 406 Washington Street Toledo, OH Ph: Fx: MUD HENS STAFF YEAR WITH TOL President/CEO: Joe Napoli 18th Season Field Manager: Mike Rojas 2nd Season Pitching Coach: Jeff Pico 2nd Season Hitting Coach: Brian Harper 1st Season Third Base Coach: Basilio Cabrera 2nd Season Athletic Trainer: Chris McDonald 4th Season Years in IL: 1889, Governors Cup Titles (3): 1967, 2005, 2006 MEDIA/PR CONTACTS PRESS BOX: x4704 Communications Director: Andi Roman Communications Manager: Rob Wiercinski Radio Broadcaster: Jim Weber ROJAS Opened Capacity...10, Total Attendance...532, Average Attendance...7, : Home (4-0), Road (1-3), Overall (5-3) 2010: Home (2-2), Road (4-0), Overall (6-2) 2011: Home (1-3), Road (4-0), Overall (5-3) 2012: Home (4-1), Road (3-0), Overall (7-1) 2013: Home (4-0), Road (2-2), Overall (6-2) FIFTH THIRD FIELD G-BRAVES VS. MUD HENS ALL TIME Dimensions...Left Field: 320 Center Field: 408 Right Field: : Home (2-2), Road (3-1), Overall (5-3) 2015: Home (3-1), Road (2-3), Overall (5-4) 2016: Home (1-2), Road (4-2), Overall (5-4) TOTAL: Home (21-11), Road (23-11), Overall (44-22) G-BRAVES VS. MUD HENS IN 2016 DATE/OPP. RESULT RECORD IN IL SOUTH WINNER / LOSER / SAVE TIME / ATT. TOL W, st (1.0 GA) Jenkins (2-1) / T. Weber / D. Peterson (3) 2:26 / 3,756 TOL W, st (2.0 GA) Texeira (1-0) / Turley / None 2:49 / 3,688 TOL W, 4-3 (15) st (3.0 GA) Cunniff (2-1) / Molleken / None 4:34 / 4,415 5/2 vs. TOL L, st (1.0 GA) Turley / Krol (0-2) / None 2:44 / 1,045 5/3 vs. TOL L, st (1.0 GA) Saupold / Sims (0-2) / None 2:57 / 1,607 5/4 vs. TOL W, 2-1 (12) st (1.5 GA) Krol (1-2) / Ferrell / None 3:09 / 7,178 TOL L, nd (0.5 GB) B. Hardy / R. Hernandez (0-2) / Jimenez 2:41 / 11,000 TOL L, nd (1.5 GB) Crouse / Wooten (3-4) / None 2:39 / 12,100 TOL W, 9-8 (10) nd (1.5 GB) Cleto (1-0) / Jimenez / None 3:25 / 10,500 IL INFO AT COOLRAY FIELD Mon, May 8, 7:05 PM Tue, May 9, 7:05 PM Wed, May 10, 7:05 PM Thu, May 11, 10:35 AM 1, Matt Manning - RHP 2. Christin Stewart - OF 3. Beau Burrows - RHP 4. Tyler Alexander - LHP 5. Joe Jimenez - RHP G-BRAVES VS. MUD HENS IN 2017 All Times Eastern, Dates and Times Subject to Change MLB.COM TOP 10 DETROIT TIGERS PROSPECTS AT FIFTH THIRD FIELD Tue, June 13, 7:05 PM Wed, June 14, 7:05 PM Thu, June 15, 7:05 PM Mon, June 26, 7:05 PM Tue, June 27, 7:05 PM Wed, June 28, 12:05 PM Thu, June 29, 7:05 PM 6. Kyle Funkhouser - RHP 7. Michael Gerber - OF 8. Derek Hill - OF 9. JaCoby Jones - OF 10. Dixon Machado - SS 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 123

126 2017 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE UMPIRES Crew 1...Ryan Additon (CC), Jeremie Rehak, Adam Beck Crew 2... Alex Tosi (CC), Eric Gillam, Brian Peterson Crew 3...John Bacon (CC), Ryan Wills, Brennan Miller Crew 4...Jeremy Riggs (CC), Blake Carnahan, Michael Wiseman Crew 5...Shane Livensparger (CC), Ryan Clark, Scott Costello Crew 6...Jansen Visconti (CC), James Rackley, Charlie Ramos Crew 7... Dan Merzel (CC), Robert Moreno, Christopher Graham ROVERS...Sean Barber, Toby Basner, Nic Lentz, Roberto Ortiz, Chris Segal, Chad Whitson April Crew 5 April Crew 4 May Crew 2 May Crew 4 May Crew 2 May Crew 1 June Crew 5 June Crew 7 CREW SCHEDULE IN GWINNETT July Crew 5 July Crew 4 July Crew 3 July 31-August 2... Crew 4 August Crew 2 August Crew 7 August Crew 3 September Crew 6 IL INFO UMPIRE BIOS Name Crew Age Resides Years in AAA MLB Experience Ryan Additon 1 31 Davie, FL IL (2016) None John Bacon 3 33 Sebring, OH IL (2016) None Sean Barber ROVER 31 Lakeland, FL IL ( ) Toby Basner ROVER 32 Snellville, GA PCL (2009), IL ( ) Adam Beck 1 28 Winter Springs, FL None None Blake Carnahan 4 28 Crystal River, FL None None Ryan Clark 5 29 McDonough, GA IL (2016) None Scott Costello 5 32 Barrie, Canada None None Eric Gillam 2 32 Roscoe, IL IL (2016) None Christopher Graham 7 31 Newmarket, Canada None None Nic Lentz ROVER 27 Holland, MI IL ( ) 2016 Shane Livensparger 5 33 Jacksonville Beach, FL IL ( ) None Dan Merzel 7 29 Durham, NC IL (2016) None Brennan Miller 3 25 Woodbridge, VA None None Robert Moreno 7 35 Cumana, Venezuela IL ( ) None Roberto Ortiz ROVER 32 Kissimmee, FL PCL ( ), IL (2015) 2016 Brian Peterson 2 29 Wilmington, DE None None James Rackley 6 33 Lady Lake, FL IL (2016) None Charlie Ramos 6 29 Grand Rapids, MI None None Jeremie Rehak 1 29 Monroeville, PA IL (2016) None Jeremy Riggs 4 31 Suffolk, VA IL (2016) None Chris Segal ROVER 34 Burke, VA PCL ( ), IL (2016) Alex Tosi 2 29 Lake Villa, FL IL (2016) None Jansen Visconti 6 29 Latrobe, PA IL ( ) None Chad Whitson ROVER 35 Dublin, OH IL ( ) Ryan Wills 3 29 Williamsburg, VA None None Michael Wiseman 4 29 White Lake, MI None None 124 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

127 ATlANTA BRAVES ORGANIZATION Rio Ruiz was named Gwinnett s 2016 Player of the Year by the Atlanta Braves after batting.271 with 10 homers and 62 RBIs on his Triple-A debut. (Photo by Karl L. Moore)

128 EXECUTIVES Chairman and CEO: Terry McGuirk Vice Chairman: John Schuerholz President, Baseball Operations: John Hart President, Development: Mike Plant President, Business: Derek Schiller Senior Vice President: Henry Aaron Chief Financial Officer: Chip Moore Chief Legal Officer: Greg Heller Chairman Emeritus: William C. Bartholomay BASEBALL OPERATIONS General Manager: John Coppolella Special Assistant to the GM: Bobby Cox Special Assistant to the GM: Gordon Blakeley Special Assistant to the GM: Roy Clark Special Assistant to the GM: Chad MacDonald Special Assistant to the GM: Bo Porter Special Assistant to the GM: Rick Williams Special Assistant to the GM: Tom Giordano Director, Player Development: Dave Trembley Director, Player Health/Performance: Andrew Hauser Director, Baseball Operations: Billy Ryan Director, Scouting: Brian Bridges Director, International Operations: Marc Russo Director, Latin American Scouting: Mike Silvestri Asst. Director, Player Development: Jonathan Schuerholz Asst. Director, Baseball Operations: Kiley McDaniel Asst. Director, Scouting/Analytics: Matt Grabowski Asst. Director, Latin American Operations: Rolando Petit Director, Latin American Administration: Alex Cotto Manager, Minor League Administration: Ron Knight Manager, Scouting Operations: Dixie Keller Executive Assistant: Chris Rice Executive Assistant: Elizabeth Jimenez Manager, Minor League Operations: AJ Scola Senior Adviser, Player Development: Lee Elia Senior Adviser, Player Development: Lebi Ochoa Special Assistant, Baseball Operations: Fred McGriff Special Assistant, Baseball Operations: Greg Walker Major League Scout: Matt Carroll Major League Scout: Dennis Haren Major League Scout: David Holliday Major League Scout: Matt Kinzer Major League Scout: Ted Simmons Major League Scout: Brad Sloan Major League Scout: Terry Tripp Sr. Major League Scout: Leon Wurth Major League Operations Analyst: Noah Woodward ATLANTA BRAVES Analyst: Garrett Wilson Scouting Assistant: Chris Lionetti Baseball Operations Assistant: Danielle Monday Baseball Operations Trainee: Dylan Quantz MINOR LEAGUE COORDINATORS Director of Pitching: Dom Chiti Special Assistant to Pitching: Dave Wallace Hitting Coordinator: John Pierson Catching Instructor: Jeff Datz Infield Instructor: Luis Lopez Outfield/Baserunning Instructor: John Shelby Rehab Pitching Instructor: Mike Maroth Strength & Conditioning Director: Rick Slate Assistant S&C Coordinator: Chris Dayton Minor League Video Coordinator: Kyle Clements Minor League Equipment Manager: Jeff Pink MEDIA RELATIONS Senior Director of Media Relations: Brad Hainje Media Relations Senior Manager: Adrienne Midgley Media Relations Senior Coordinator: Jonathan Kerber Media Relations Coordinator: Jared Burleyson Spanish Interpreter: Franco Garcia BRAVES ORG. ATLANTA BRAVES 2016 MINOR LEAGUE STANDINGS TEAM (LEVEL) MANAGER RECORD PCT. GA/GB FINISH Gwinnett (AAA) Brian Snitker (19-20) GA 1st in IL South Rick Albert (10-13) John Moses (36-45) Mississippi (AA) Luis Salazar GB 2nd in SL South Carolina (Adv. A) Rocket Wheeler GB 4th in CL Southern Rome (A) Randy Ingle GB T-3rd in SAL Southern Danville (Short A) Robinson Cancel GB 4th in APPY East Gulf Coast (Rookie) Nestor Perez GA 1st in GCL Northeast Dominican Summer (Rookie) Francisco Santiesteban GB 5th in DSL San Pedro OVERALL RECORD: BATTING LEADERS PLAYER TEAM NO. Average* Emilio Bonifacio GWN.298 Games Ozzie Albies MIS/GWN 138 At-Bats Ozzie Albies MIS/GWN 552 Runs Ray-Patrick Didder ROM 95 Hits Ozzie Albies MIS/GWN 161 Doubles Austin Riley ROM 39 Triples Ozzie Albies MIS/GWN 10 HR Austin Riley ROM 20 RBI Dustin Peterson MIS 88 SB 2 Players Tied 37 *Minimum 400 At-Bats 2016 PITCHING LEADERS PLAYER TEAM NO. ERA* Rob Whalen MIS/GWN 2.40 Wins Chris Ellis MIS/GWN 12 Games Madison Younginer MIS/GWN 46 Starts Chris Ellis MIS/GWN 28 CG 2 Players Tied 2 Shutouts 4 Players Tied 1 Saves Madison Younginer MIS/GWN 15 Innings Max Povse CAR/MIS Strikeouts Lucas Sims MIS/GWN 159 Holds A.J. Minter ROM/CAR/MIS 10 *Minimum 100 Innings Pitched 126 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

129 ATLANTA BRAVES 2016 ORGANIZATIONAL AWARDS Bobby Cox Minor League Manager of the Year Award... Randy Ingle (Rome) Hank Aaron Minor League Player of the Year Award...Dustin Peterson (Mississippi) Phil Niekro Minor League Pitcher of the Year Award...Patrick Weigel (Mississippi/Rome) Bill Lucas Community Service Award... Mike Soroka (Rome) ORGANIZATIONAL AWARDS BY AFFILIATE PITCHER OF THE YEAR PLAYER OF THE YEAR Gwinnett (AAA) Rob Wooten Rio Ruiz Mississippi (AA) Rob Whalen Dustin Peterson Carolina (Adv. A) Matt Withrow Keith Curcio Rome (A) Patrick Weigel Austin Riley Danville (Short A) Jhon Martinez Ramon Osuna Gulf Coast (Rookie) Kyle Muller Anthony Concepcion Dominican Summer (Rookie) Filyer Sanchez Raysheandall Michel 2016 POSTSEASON ALL-STARS Gwinnett (International )... None Mississippi (Southern League)...Dustin Peterson (OF) Carolina (Carolina League)... None Rome (South Atlantic League)... None Danville (Appalachian League)... None GCL Braves (Gulf Coast League)... Randy Ventura (DH) DSL Braves (Dominican Summer League)... None ATLANTA BRAVES 2016 FIRST-YEAR PLAYER DRAFT SELECTIONS RD. PICK PLAYER POS B/T HT/WT DOB SIGNED 1 3 Ian Anderson P R/R 6-3 / 170 5/2/98 6/25/16 CBA 40 Joey Wentz P L/L 6-5 / /6/97 6/15/ Kyle Muller P R/L 6-6 / /7/97 6/15/16 CBB 76 Brett Cumberland C S/R 5-11 / 205 6/25/95 6/25/ Drew Harrington P R/L 6-2 / 225 3/30/95 6/25/ Bryse Wilson P R/R 6-1 / /20/97 6/25/ Jeremy Walker P R/R 6-5 / 205 6/12/95 6/15/ Matt Gonzalez 2B R/R 5-11 / /30/93 6/15/ J.B. Moss OF R/R 6-0 / 185 6/21/93 6/15/ Taylor Hyssong P L/L 6-4 / 190 1/4/94 6/25/ Tyler Neslony OF L/R 6-1 / 190 2/13/94 6/28/ Marcus Mooney SS R/R 5-7 / 160 1/20/94 6/22/ Matt Rowland P R/R 6-5 / 175 2/7/98 6/15/ Brandon S. White P R/R 6-2 / /21/94 6/22/ Brandon T. White P S/R 6-3 / /6/92 6/15/ Ramon Osuna 1B L/R 6-2 / 245 6/27/95 6/15/ Zach Becherer P R/R 6-4 / 220 9/4/95 6/18/ Josh Anthony 3B R/R 5-11 / 195 7/3/96 Unsigned Devan Watts P R/R 6-0 / 205 4/21/95 6/15/ Zach Rice P L/L 6-2 / /15/95 6/22/ Tucker Davidson P L/L 6-2 / 215 3/25/96 6/15/ Gabe Howell SS R/R 6-1 / 180 3/12/98 6/15/ Dalton Carroll P R/R 6-0 / 195 5/18/94 6/22/ Alex Lee 1B L/R 6-1 / /23/93 6/15/ Griffin Benson 1B S/R 6-5 / 210 9/28/97 6/15/ Matt Hearn CF L/R 5-9 / 165 2/29/96 6/25/ Ryan O Malley 3B L/R 6-2 / 205 2/2/94 6/22/ Alan Crowley C R/R 6-2 / 210 3/4/96 6/21/ Corbin Clouse P S/L 6-0 / 230 6/26/95 6/15/ Nicholas Shumpert 2B R/R 5-11 / /11/96 7/15/ Jackson Pokorney CF S/R 6-3 / 205 4/28/98 6/15/ Cameron Stanton P R/R 6-0 / 170 6/20/94 6/15/ Cameron Jabara P R/R 6-2 / 180 9/2/97 Unsigned Ryan Schlosser P R/R 6-4 / 190 1/31/96 6/15/ Handsome Monica C R/R 6-1 / 215 8/5/95 Unsigned Jared James LF L/R 6-1 / 185 2/22/94 6/22/ Michael Gizzi P R/R 6-4 / 195 5/15/95 Unsigned Andres Perez C R/R 6-7 / 260 6/11/98 Unsigned Zac Kristofak P R/R 5-11 / /8/97 Unsigned Dayton Tripp P R/R 6-5 / 185 8/23/95 Unsigned Parker Danciu P L/L 6-4 / 215 3/22/94 6/15/ Dylan Beasley P R/R 6-2 / /2/97 Unsigned BRAVES ORG GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 127

130 ATLANTA BRAVES 40-MAN ROSTER (as of March 12, 2017) # PITCHERS B/T HT WT DOB 63 Biddle, Jesse L/L /22/91 36 Blair, Aaron R/R /26/92 56 Cabrera, Mauricio R/R /22/93 55 Collmenter, Josh R/R /7/86 40 Colon, Bartolo R/R /24/73 19 Dickey, R.A. R/R /29/74 26 Foltynewicz, Mike R/R /7/91 66 Fried, Max L/L /18/94 54 Garcia, Jaime L/L /8/86 61 Hursh, Jason R/R /2/91 70 Jackson, Luke R/R /24/91 53 Johnson, Jim R/R /27/83 46 Krol, Ian L/L /9/91 68 Lindgren, Jacob (60-day DL) L/L /12/93 62 Morris, Akeel R/R /14/92 52 Ramirez, Jose R/R /21/90 69 Rivero, Armando R/R /1/88 75 Rodriguez, Paco L/L /16/91 51 Roe, Chaz R/R /9/86 65 Sims, Lucas R/R /10/94 49 Teheran, Julio R/R /27/91 38 Vizcaino, Arodys R/R /13/90 58 Winkler, Daniel R/R /2/90 45 Wisler, Matt R/R /12/92 # CATCHERS B/T HT WT DOB 25 Flowers, Tyler R/R /24/86 20 Recker, Anthony R/R /29/83 24 Suzuki, Kurt R/R /4/83 # INFIELDERS B/T HT WT DOB 67 Camargo, Johan S/R /13/93 23 d Arnaud, Chase R/R /21/87 5 Freeman, Freddie L/R /12/89 13 Garcia, Adonis R/R /12/85 2 Johnson, Micah L/R /18/90 8 Peterson, Jace L/R /9/90 4 Phillips, Brandon R/R /28/81 15 Rodriguez, Sean (60-day DL) R/R /26/85 14 Ruiz, Rio L/R /22/94 7 Swanson, Dansby R/R /11/94 # OUTFIELDERS B/T HT WT DOB 11 Inciarte, Ender L/L /29/90 27 Kemp, Matt R/R /23/84 22 Markakis, Nick L/L /17/83 BRAVES ORG. 128 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

131 ATLANTA BRAVES 68-93, 5 TH NL EAST IN 2016 Established 1871, Member of the National League Since 1876 Three-Time World Series Champions: 1914, 1957, 1995 SunTrust Park (Opened 2017) 1100 Circle 75 Parkway SE Atlanta, GA Field Manager...Brian Snitker Pitching Coach...Chuck Hernandez Hitting Coach... Kevin Seitzer Assitant Hitting Coach... Jose Castro ATLANTA BRAVES 2017 STAFF Bench Coach...Terry Pendleton Base Coaches...Eddie Perez (1B), Ron Washington (3B) Bullpen Coach...Marty Reed Bullpen Catchers... Alan Butts, Jose Yepez ATLANTA BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS ATL BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG Aybar, Erick Beckham, Gordon Bonifacio, Emilio Brignac, Reid Castro, Daniel d Arnaud, Chase Flowers, Tyler Francoeur, Jeff Freeman, Freddie Garcia, Adonis Inciarte, Ender Johnson, Kelly Kemp, Matt Lalli, Blake Markakis, Nick Olivera, Hector Peterson, Jace Pierzynski, A.J Recker, Anthony Ruiz, Rio Smith, Mallex Snyder, Brandon Stubbs, Drew Swanson, Dansby Tuiasosopo, Matt TEAM TOTALS ATL PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Alvarez, Dario / Blair, Aaron / Bradley, Jed / Cabrera, Mauricio / Cervenka, Hunter / Chacin, Jhoulys / Collmenter, Josh / Cunniff, Brandon / De La Cruz, Joel / Foltynewicz, Mike / Gant, John / Grilli, Jason / Harrell, Lucas / Hernandez, Roberto / Hursh, Jason / Jenkins, Tyrell / Johnson, Jim / Kelly, Casey / Krol, Ian / Marksberry, Matt / Norris, Bud / O Flaherty, Eric / Ogando, Alexi / Perez, Williams / Ramirez, Jose / Roe, Chaz / Simmons, Shae / Teheran, Julio / Vizcaino, Arodys / Weber, Ryan / Whalen, Rob / Winkler, Daniel / Wisler, Matt / Withrow, Chris / Younginer, Madison / TEAM TOTALS / GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 129 BRAVES ORG.

132 MISSISSIPPI BRAVES 73-65, 2 ND SL SOUTH IN 2016 Double-A Southern League Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves Since Southern League Champions Trustmark Park (Opened 2005) 1 Braves Way, Pearl, MS P.O. Box 97389, Pearl, MS MISSISSIPPI BRAVES 2017 STAFF Field Manager...Luis Salazar Pitching Coach... Derrick Lewis Hitting Coach... Ivan Cruz Athletic Trainer... T.J. Saunders PR CONTACT Media Relations Manager...Miranda Black BRAVES ORG. MISSISSIPPI BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS MIS BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG Albies, Ozzie Astudillo, Willians Camargo, Johan Franco, Carlos Gaylor, Stephen Godfrey, Sean Harper, Reed Hyams, Levi Kennelly, Matt Landoni, Emerson Lara, Jordy Lien, Connor Lipka, Matt Meneses, Joey Odom, Joseph Peterson, Dustin Rodriguez, Steve Rojas Jr., Mel Schrader, Jacob Scivicque, Kade Smith, Mallex Swanson, Dansby Toscano, Dian TEAM TOTALS MIS PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Banuelos, Manny / Barker, Brandon / Belicek, Trevor / Bradley, Jed / Burawa, Danny / Cabrera, Mauricio / Cervenka, Hunter / Cunniff, Brandon / Dirks, Caleb / Ellis, Chris / Hursh, Jason / Janas, Stephen / Kent, Steve / Kinman, Kyle / Lara, Jordy / Lewis, Taylor / Mader, Michael / Marksberry, Matt / Mateo, Victor / Minter, A.J / Morris, Akeel / Newcomb, Sean / O Neal, Michael / Parsons, Wes / Peterson, David / Pfeifer, Philip / Phillips, Evan / Povse, Max / Roney, Bradley / Sims, Lucas / Sobotka, Chad / Thurman, Andrew / Weigel, Patrick / Whalen, Rob / Younginer, Madison / TEAM TOTALS / GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

133 FLORIDA FIRE FROGS 2017 IS INAUGURAL SEASON Advanced-A Florida State League Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves Since 2017 Member of the Florida State League since 2017 Osceola County Stadium (Opened 1984) 631 Heritage Park Way Kissimmee, FL FLORIDA FIRE FROGS 2017 STAFF Field Manager...Paul Runge Pitching Coach...Dennis Lewallyn Hitting Coach...Carlos Mendez Athletic Trainer...Dave Comeau PR CONTACT President...Joe Harrington NOTE: The Advanced-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves in 2016 was the Carolina Mudcats, who finished fourth in the Carolina League Southern Division with a record. CAROLINA MUDCATS 2016 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS CAR BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG Beckham, Gordon Curcio, Keith Daris, Joseph Davidson, Braxton Demeritte, Travis Edgerton, Jordan Fernandez, Jose Gaylor, Stephen Gebhardt, Ryan Giardina, Sal Godfrey, Sean Harper, Reed Mendez, Erison Meneses, Joey Moore, Dylan Moss, J.B Murphy, Tanner Obregon, Omar Odom, Joseph Scivicque, Kade Swanson, Dansby Tejeda, Isaias Valenzuela, Luis TEAM TOTALS CAR PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Beech, Caleb / Bird, Zack / Clark, Ryan / Franco, Enderson / Gebhardt, Ryan / Giardina, Sal / Johnson-Mullins, Chase / Kennedy, Jon / Lawlor, Ryan / Lewis, Taylor / McLaughlin, Sean / Mendez, Erison / Minter, A.J / Moran, Jimmy / Navarro, Raymar / O Neal, Michael / Parsons, Wes / Peterson, David / Pfeifer, Philip / Phillips, Evan / Portuondo, Carlos / Povse, Max / Quintana, Zach / Salazar, Carlos / Sobotka, Chad / Thurman, Andrew / Trepagnier, Bryton / Withrow, Matt / TEAM TOTALS / BRAVES ORG GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 131

134 ROME BRAVES 70-69, T-3 RD SAL SOUTHERN IN 2016 Class-A South Atlantic League Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves Since 2003 Two-Time South Atlantic League Champions: 2003, 2016 State Mutual Stadium (Opened 2003) 755 Braves Boulevard, Rome, GA P.O. Box 1915, Rome, GA ROME BRAVES 2017 STAFF Field Manager...Randy Ingle Pitching Coach... Dan Meyer Hitting Coach... Bobby Moore Athletic Trainer... Nick Jensen PR CONTACT Assistant General Manager... Jim Jones BRAVES ORG. ROME BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS ROME BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG Acuna, Ronald Baez, Leudys Castro, Carlos Didder, Ray-Patrick Dykstra, Luke Ellison, Justin Flowers, Tyler Gaylor, Stephen Grullon, Yeudi Herbert, Lucas James, Jared Josephina, Kevin Keller, Bradley McLemore, Darien Mendez, Erison Morales, Jonathan Neslony, Tyler Nevarez, Wigberto Riley, Austin Salazar, Alejandro Seymour, Anfernee Tellor, Matt Yepez, Juan TEAM TOTALS ROME PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Allard, Kolby / Banuelos, Manny / Beech, Caleb / Belicek, Trevor / Caicedo, Oriel L / Clouse, Corbin / Custred, Matt / Fried, Max / Gamez, Luis / Gant, John / Geekie, Dalton / Graham, Josh / Grullon, Yeudi / Johnson, Jim / Johnson-Mullins, Chase / Jones, Grayson / Kennedy, Jon / Lewis, Taylor / Matos, Bladimir / McCreery, Adam / Minter, A.J / O Flaherty, Eric / Perez, Williams / Sanchez, Ricardo / Simmons, Shae / Sobotka, Chad / Soroka, Mike / Toussaint, Touki / Vizcaino, Arodys / Watts, Devan / Webb, Jacob / Weigel, Patrick / Withrow, Chris / TEAM TOTALS / GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

135 DANVILLE BRAVES 31-36, 4 TH APPY EAST IN 2016 Rookie-A Appalachian League Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves Since 1993 Two-Time Appalachian League Champions: 2006, 2009 Legion Field (Opened 1993) 302 River Park Drive, Danville, VA P.O. Box 378, Danville, VA DANVILLE BRAVES 2017 STAFF Field Manager...Nestor Perez Pitching Coach...Kanekoa Texeira Hitting Coach... Barbaro Garbey Athletic Trainer... Vic Scarpone PR CONTACT General Manager...David Cross DANVILLE BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS DAN BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG Arias, Elias Cruz, Derian Cumberland, Brett Gonzalez, Matt Hearn, Matt James, Jared Josephina, Kevin Keegan, Trey Keller, Bradley Lee, Alex Martinez, Carlos McLemore, Darien Mooney, Marcus Moss, J.B Neslony, Tyler O Malley, Ryan Osuna, Ramon Pache, Cristian Pina, Jose Wilson, Iranel Yelich, Collin TEAM TOTALS DAN PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Allard, Kolby / Anderson, Ian / Avalos, Gabino / Carroll, Dalton / Clouse, Corbin / Cockrell, Taylor / Feigl, Brady / Gamez, Luis / Gilmore, Connor / Grosser, Alec / Harrington, Drew / Hellinger, Jaret / Hyssong, Taylor / Kennedy, Jon / Lara, Jordy / Martinez, Jhon / Matos, Bladimir / McCreery, Adam / Mora, Luis / Orozco, Evertz / Ratcliffe, Sean / Rice, Zach / Schlosser, Ryan / Stanton, Cameron / Walker, Jeremy / Watts, Devan / Webb, Jacob / Wentz, Joey / White, Brandon S / TEAM TOTALS / BRAVES ORG GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 133

136 GCL BRAVES 28-28, 1 ST GCL NORTHEAST IN 2016 Rookie Gulf Coast League Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves Since Gulf Coast League Champions Champion Stadium (Opened 1997) 700 S. Victory Way, Kissimmee, FL, P.O. Box , Celebration, FL Ph: GULF COAST LEAGUE BRAVES 2017 STAFF Field Manager... Barrett Kleinknecht Pitching Coach...Larry McCall Hitting Coach... Rick Albert Athletic Trainer... Drew Garner GULF COAST LEAGUE BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS GCL BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG Acuna, Ronald Aquino, Alex Beckham, Gordon Benson, Griffin Boeldak, Sander Concepcion, Anthony Contreras, William Crowley, Alan Cruz, Derian Fernandez, Jeremy Flowers, Tyler Foley, Matthew Godfrey, Sean Hoekstra, Kurt Howell, Gabe Mejia, Luis Michel, Raysheandall Moore, Tyler Olivera, Hector Ovando, Luis Pache, Cristian Perez, Ruben Pierzynski, A.J Pokorney, Jackson Rodriguez, Ricardo Salazar, Alejandro Shumpert, Nicholas Valenzuela, Luis Ventura, Randy Yelich, Collin Yepez, Juan TEAM TOTALS BRAVES ORG. GCL PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Anderson, Ian / Barrios, Luis / Danciu, Parker / Davidson, Tucker / De La Cruz, Jasseel / Feigl, Brady / Greene, Tyler / Guardado, Anthony / Heredia, Jesus / Javier, Odalvi / Johnson-Mullins, Chase / Lawlor, Ryan / Mejia, Dilmer / Muller, Kyle / O Flaherty, Eric / Parsons, Wes / Perez, Luis / Perez, Williams / Rangel, Alan / Rodriguez, Alberto / Schlosser, Ryan / Simmons, Shae / Suarez, Gilbert / Taveras, Ramon / Vega, Bredio / Vizcaino, Arodys / Wentz, Joey / White, Brandon T / Wilson, Bryse / TEAM TOTALS / GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

137 DSL BRAVES 30-40, 5 TH SAN PEDRO DIVISION IN 2016 Rookie Dominican Summer League Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves from , , 2006-Present DSL Summer League Braves Complex San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic DOMINICAN SUMMER LEAGUE BRAVES 2016 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS DSL BATTERS AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB OBP SLG Adrianza, Andres Bermudez, Jose Blanco, Reilys Borrego, Carlos Carrillo, Franger Centeno, Carlos De Hoyos, Victor Encarnacion, J.C Estrada, Richard Figueroa, Brian Guitian, Enmanuel Isea, Emmanuel Lopez, Yoeli Lora, Eudis Martina, Ildion Michel, Raysheandall Morales, Juan Olmos, Luis Ovando, Luis Ramos, Jeffrey Rojas, Romer Salazar, Danyer Vasquez, Braulio TEAM TOTALS DSL PITCHERS W-L ERA G GS CG SV/OP IP H R ER HR BB SO BAA Abreu, Erick / Bautista, Gregory / De La Cruz, Jasseel / Diaz, Jhonny / Gil, Frank / Hernandez, Servando / Javier, Ciriaco / Jerez, Miguel / Joaquin, Victor / Julian, Deyvis / Laguna, Jason / Lopez, Carlos / Pantoja, Ali / Rodriguez, Kelvin / Sanchez, Filyer / Santos, Lisandro / Sepulveda, Jhoniel / Vasquez, Willians / Volquez, Albinson / Zuniga, Guillermo / TEAM TOTALS / BRAVES ORG GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 135

138 RANKING THE ATLANTA BRAVES ORGANIZATION IN 2017 (as of March 7, 2017) MLB.COM TOP 30 BRAVES PROSPECTS 1. Dansby Swanson SS 2. Ozzie Albies 2B/SS 3. Kevin Maitan SS 4. Kolby Allard LHP 5. Mike Soroka RHP 6. Sean Newcomb LHP 7. Ian Anderson RHP 8. Ronald Acuna OF 9. Max Fried LHP 10. Travis Demeritte 2B 11. Luiz Gohara LHP 12. Touki Toussaint RHP 13. Austin Riley 3B 14. Joey Wentz LHP 15. Cristian Pache OF 16. Patrick Weigel RHP 17. Kyle Muller LHP 18. Dustin Peterson OF 19. Lucas Sims RHP 20. Ricardo Sanchez LHP 21. Derian Cruz SS 22. A.J. Minter LHP 23. Rio Ruiz 3B 24. Alex Jackson C 25. Bryse Wilson RHP 26. Drew Harrington LHP 27. Luke Jackson RHP 28. Akeel Morris RHP 29. Braxton Davidson OF 30. Lucas Herbert C MLB.COM TOP 100 PROSPECTS 4. Dansby Swanson SS 10. Ozzie Albies 2B/SS 32. Kevin Maitan SS 53. Kolby Allard LHP 78. Mike Soroka RHP 80. Sean Newcomb LHP 86. Ian Anderson RHP BASEBALL AMERICA TOP 10 BRAVES PROSPECTS 1. Dansby Swanson SS 2. Ozzie Albies 2B/SS 3. Kolby Allard LHP 4. Mike Soroka RHP 5. Ian Anderson RHP 6. Ronald Acuna OF 7. Kevin Maitan SS 8. Sean Newcomb LHP 9. Patrick Weigel RHP 10. Max Fried LHP BASEBALL AMERICA TOP 100 PROSPECTS 3. Dansby Swanson SS 11. Ozzie Albies 2B/SS 37. Kolby Allard LHP 48. Mike Soroka RHP 66. Ian Anderson RHP 67. Ronald Acuna OF 77. Kevin Maitan SS 78. Sean Newcomb LHP TOP BA PROSPECTS SINCE 2007 YEAR PLAYER, POS. CURRENT 2007 Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C Tigers 2008 Jordan Schafer, OF Dodgers 2009 Tommy Hanson, RHP 2010 Jason Heyward, OF Cubs 2011 Julio Teheran, RHP Braves 2012 Julio Teheran, RHP Braves 2013 Julio Teheran, RHP Braves 2014 Lucas Sims, RHP Braves 2015 Jose Peraza, 2B Reds 2016 Dansby Swanson, SS Braves 2017 Dansby Swanson, SS Braves 2017 BA BEST TOOLS Hitter for Average Ozzie Albies Power Hitter Austin Riley Strike-Zone Discipline Ronald Acuna Fastest Baserunner Anfernee Seymour Athlete Derian Cruz Fastball Lucas Sims Curveball Max Fried Slider A.J. Minter Changeup Kolby Allard Control Mike Soroka Defensive Catcher Lucas Herbert Defensive Infielder Dansby Swanson Infield Arm Ozzie Albies Defensive Outfielder Cristian Pache Outfield Arm Ray-Patrick Didder BRAVES ORG. 136 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

139 MEDIA INFORMATION Atlanta Braves Vice Chairman and 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee John Schuerholz threw out the first pitch at Coolray Field on August 13, (Photo by Karl L. Moore)

140 HOME OF THE GWINNETT BRAVES SINCE 2009 Originally known as Gwinnett Stadium, Coolray Field has been the home of the Gwinnett Braves since the start of the 2009 season. The state-of-the-art facility was completed in a mere nine months following its groundbreaking ceremony in June The G-Braves welcomed a sellout crowd of 10,427 for the first game in the stadium s history, April 17, 2009 vs. the Norfolk Tides. Renamed Coolray Field thanks to a partnership with Coolray Heating and Cooling in 2010, the ballpark is known for combining the amenities of a Major League stadium alongside the family-friendly conveniences and up-close action of a Minor League stadium. The Home Plate Club and 18 Luxury Suites offer a first-class experience each and every night, while chairback seating complete with cupholders throughout the stadium ensures that every seat is truly the best in the house. A 30-foot-by-40-foot video board in right-center field and a 6-foot-by-42-foot LED board along the left-field wall keep fans informed and entertained throughout the game. Coolray Field can also entertain large groups in the First Base Party Deck, First Base Picnic Area, Third Base Party Deck, Team of the Night Picnic Zone and Left Field Picnic Area. The 2015 season saw the completion of The Views, a luxury apartment complex located just beyond the right field fence. One and two-bedroom apartments with balconies overlooking the ballpark add a live, work, play dynamic to Coolray Field. For more information, visit theviewsatcoolray.com. For more information on Coolray Field, including a seating chart, ticket pricing information and an A-to-Z ballpark guide, visit gwinnettbraves.com. MEDIA INFO COOLRAY FIELD FACTS Stadium Capacity...10,427 Home to Left ft. Home to Left-Center ft. Home to Center ft. Home to Right-Center ft. Home to Right ft. All-Time Regular-Season Attendance (through 2016)...2,563,298 All-Time Regular-Season Openings (through 2016) COOLRAY FIELD FIRSTSFirst Game...April 17, 2009 (Norfolk 7, Gwinnett 4) First Game...April 17, 2009 (Norfolk 7, Gwinnett 4) First Win... April 20, 2009 (Gwinnett 5, Durham 2) First Pitch... Charlie Morton (GWN) to Justin Christian (NOR) First Hit... Matt Wieters (NOR, 1st inning, 4/17/09) First Run... Steve Torrealba (NOR, 1st inning, 4/17/09) First RBI...Nolan Reimold (NOR, 1st inning, 4/17/09) First Home Run... Barbaro Canizares (GWN, 5th inning, 4/17/09) First Stolen Base... Justin Christian (NOR, 3rd inning, 4/17/09) First Braves Starting Pitcher... Charlie Morton (4/17/09) First Braves Relief Pitcher... Jerome Gamble (4/17/09) First Braves Winning Pitcher...Kris Medlen (4/20/09) First Braves Batter... Gregor Blanco (4/17/09) First Braves Hit... Brandon Jones (1st inning double, 4/17/09) First Braves Run...Gregor Blanco (5th inning, 4/17/09) First Braves RBI... Brandon Jones (5th inning double, 4/17/09) First Braves Stolen Base...Wes Timmons (1st inning, 4/19/09) First Postseason Game...September 9, 2009 (Scranton/WB 3, Gwinnett 0) First Postseason Win...September 9, 2016 (Gwinnett 11, Columbus 1) TOP 10 ATTENDANCES IN COOLRAY FIELD HISTORY DATE ATT. 4/3/12 (EXHIB)* 10,568 4/17/09 vs. NOR 10,427 7/4/09 vs. NOR 10,427 7/4/11 vs. DUR 10,226 7/25/09 vs. LHV 10,151 7/4/14 vs. DUR 10,145 8/15/09 vs. PAW 10,099 8/22/09 vs. CHA 10,046 8/30/13 vs. DUR 10,017 4/18/09 vs. NOR 10,013 *Atlanta Braves All-Stars vs. Future Stars Exhibition Game COOLRAY FIELD GROUND RULES 1. Any ball that hits above the yellow line at the top of the outfield fence will be considered a home run. 2. The tarp resting on the first base warning track is in play unless a ball becomes lodged between the tarp and the stadium wall. At that point, the ball will be considered dead. 3. Any ball batted or thrown into either dugout will be considered dead. 4. All other official baseball rules apply. 138 GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

141 GWINNETT BRAVES MASCOT - CHOPPER THE GROUNDHOG This 6 2 groundhog is proud to be the mascot of the Gwinnett Braves. Catch him leading the Tomahawk Chop and cheering with fans throughout Coolray Field all season long. When he s not at the games, Chopper can be found at public events all over Gwinnett County and beyond. For more information on Chopper, including how you can register your child for Chopper s Kids Club, visit gwinnettbraves.com. THE MAGNOLIA TREE Coolray Field features a unique homage to the history of Minor League Baseball in Atlanta. A Magnolia Tree (pictured above), planted prior to the park s opening in 2009, stands next to the center field concession stand behind the batter s eye. The tree continues a tradition started by the Atlanta Crackers - Atlanta s first professional baseball team - in The team s home, Spiller Field (later renamed Ponce de Leon Park) was constructed around a Magnolia Tree that remained in the outfield. The tree stood in playable ground (balls landing in the tree remained in play) until the outfield wall was moved in roughly 50 feet in RECORD ATTENDANCE SET AT 2012 FUTURE STARS GAME For the first time ever, Coolray Field hosted the Atlanta Braves Major League club in an exhibition game on April 3, The Braves All-Stars vs. Future Stars Game showcased manager Fredi Gonzalez s big league club against a group of organizational stars headed by Hall of Fame manager Bobby Cox. A rain-shortened eight-inning game saw the Braves clip the prospects, 4-3 in front of a Coolray Field record crowd of 10,568. Among the highlights of the game were a towering solo home run by Dan Uggla and a game-winning pinch-hit RBI double by Brian McCann. MEDIA INFO 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 139

142 GWINNETT BRAVES BROADCAST / MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF TONY SCHIAVONE - RADIO BROADCASTER Tony Schiavone is back as the voice of the Gwinnett Braves on 97.7 FM The Other Side of the River in 2017, his ninth season calling the action. He is currently a member of the Georgia Bulldogs Football Radio Network, working on the postgame show during both home and away games and hosting the coaches show five days a week. He also serves as the producer/on-site engineer for the UGA Men s Basketball broadcasts. Tony has previously served as the Sports Director of WSB Radio in Atlanta and could be heard anchoring sports each morning on Atlanta s Morning News with Scott Slade. In addition to his on-air work, he was also a web producer for wsbradio.com. Schiavone s duties with WSB also included hosting the pregame and postgame shows on the Atlanta Braves Radio Network as well as handling color commentary on the Atlanta Hawks Radio Network. Schiavone was the host of WCW Monday Nitro on TNT and WCW Thunder on TBS. He spent 11 years with Turner Broadcasting and was the host of Monday Nitro when it was consistently one of the top rated weekly cable television programs. He was also the host of WWE Wrestling Challenge and hosted WWE SummerSlam in 1989 and WWE Royale Rumble in Schiavone has appeared in the motion picture Ready to Rumble, released by Warner Brothers in 2000, and appeared in the HBO series Arliss in Schiavone began his broadcasting career doing high school football and basketball play-by-play on WTON in Staunton, Virginia while studying at James Madison University. Upon graduation, he was hired as the play by play broadcaster for the Greensboro Hornets of the Class-A South Atlantic League. He then spent four years as the play by play broadcaster of the Charlotte O s of the Double-A Southern League. He and his wife, Lois, have five children: Matt, Laurie, Chris, Jon and Tim; three grandchildren: Olivia, Lizzie and Jackson; and four dogs: Dooley, Bug, Chewy and Bonnie. DAVE LEZOTTE MEDIA RELATIONS MANAGER MEDIA INFO AARON CHERIS MEDIA RELATIONS TRAINEE ANASTASIA HAMILTON SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

143 2017 MEDIA REGULATIONS CREDENTIAL REQUESTS: Season and single-game credentials must be requested through the Gwinnett Braves Media Relations Department at least 24 hours prior to the date your outlet is planning to attend. Only legitimate news-gathering outlets, at the discretion of the Gwinnett Braves, will receive credentials. All credentials are non-transferable and should be visible at all times. Credentials will not be issued to anyone under 18 years of age. The Gwinnett Braves reserve the right to revoke credentials at any time. Anyone seeking autographs, player memorabilia, personal photos, etc. will have their credentials revoked immediately. ACCESS TO COOLRAY FIELD: All media members are required to enter Coolray Field through the Main Gate, located behind home plate next to the Ticket Office. Entry via the Player Parking and Player Entrance area will not be permitted. You must present a 2017 Gwinnett Braves Credential to gain access to the ballpark. Single-game credentials can be obtained with valid photo ID at the Coolray Field Will-Call Window. Free parking for media is available in Lot A (based on availability) or the Gravel Lot area adjacent to the third-base side of the ballpark. PREGAME INTERVIEWS: Gwinnett Braves players and coaches will be made available (upon request) for pregame interviews either on the field or in front of the Media Backdrop (located outside the Home Clubhouse) following the conclusion of batting practice. Interviews may not interfere with pregame routines (stretching, hitting, throwing, running, fielding, etc.) and must conclude one (1) hour prior to game time. Starting pitchers will not be made available for pregame interviews on days they are scheduled to start. POSTGAME INTERVIEWS: Following a 10-minute cool down period, a member of the Gwinnett Braves Media Relations staff will escort media members into the Home Clubhouse area for a brief post-game interview session. Players and coaches will be obtained upon request. Video interviews will be shot in front of the Media Backdrop (located outside the Home Clubhouse). The training room, weight room and player lounge areas of the clubhouse are off limits to media members at all times. There is no still photography permitted in the clubhouse unless authorized by a member of the Media Relations staff. The Home Clubhouse is CLOSED during rain delays and in between games of a doubleheader. ATLANTA BRAVES REHAB ASSIGNMENTS: Players on minor league injury rehab assignments for the Atlanta Braves will be made available to the media when possible with their schedule. All interview requests with rehabbing players must be authorized by a member of the Gwinnett Braves Media Relations staff. In accordance with Atlanta Braves Major League Clubhouse Policy, no starting pitchers will be made available for pregame interviews on days that they are starting. Starting pitchers on rehab assignments will be made available for interviews following the conclusion of their outing (subject to availability). VISITOR S CLUBHOUSE INTERVIEW REQUESTS: The Visitor s Clubhouse is to be considered CLOSED at all times (prior to and after the game) unless a specific request has been authorized by a member of the Gwinnett Braves Media Relations staff. No media members shall access the Visitor s Clubhouse without permission from the Gwinnett Braves Media Relations staff, who will work in conjunction with that team s Media/Public Relations department to handle the request. There is no still photography permitted in the Visitor s Clubhouse, unless authorized by a member of the Media Relations staff. FIELD/DUGOUTS: Media members holding credentials that grant field access may be present in the foul territory/dugout areas up to one (1) hour prior to the scheduled game time. At no time are media members allowed to cross the foul lines into the field of play. Foul territory and dugout areas must be clear of ALL media exactly one (1) hour prior to the start of the game unless special arrangements have been made. PHOTOGRAPHERS/VIDEOGRAPHERS: Photographers and videographers may utilize the on-field camera pit next to the Home Dugout on the third base side of Coolray Field. Space is limited, and all photographers/videographers must accommodate the space needs of Gwinnett Braves staff in this area. No photography is permitted on the field of play while the game is in progress. Special photo requests must be authorized by a member of the Gwinnett Braves Media Relations staff. PRESS BOX: Limited space in the Coolray Field Press Box is available for WORKING MEDIA ONLY. A wireless internet connection will be provided to you. A light pre-game meal is also offered approximately 90 minutes prior to game time in the Executive Offices Cafeteria area. There will be no cheering or rooting for either team at any point during the game. Individuals who violate Press Box rules will be removed and credentials revoked upon the discretion of the Gwinnett Braves Media Relations Department. MEDIA INFORMATION: Game notes, rosters, statistics, press releases and other information will be made available daily in the Coolray Field Press Box approximately two (2) hours prior to game time. FOR ALL OTHER MEDIA INQUIRIES, CALL PRE-GAME SCHEDULE* 12:05 PM 1:05 PM 6:05 PM 7:05 PM G-Braves Batting: Until 10:15 Until 11:15 Until 4:15 Until 5:15 Visitor s Batting: 10:15-11:00 11:15-12:00 4:15-5:00 5:15-6:00 Visitor s Infield: 11:05-11:20 12:05-12:20 5:05-5:20 6:05-6:20 *ALL TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE MEDIA INFO 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 141

144 NEWSPAPERS Gwinnett Daily Post Sports Editor: Will Hammock 725 Old Norcross Road Lawrenceville, GA Phone: Web: gwinnettdailypost.com Atlanta Journal Constitution Sports Editor: Ray Cox 223 Perimeter Center Pkwy Atlanta, GA Phone: Web: ajc.com LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS TELEVISION WAGA-TV FOX 5 Atlanta (FOX) Sports Producer: Chip Zeller 1551 Briarcliff Road NE Atlanta, GA Phone: Web: fox5atlanta.com Twitter: FOX5Sports WSB-TV Atlanta (ABC) Sports Director: Zach Klein 1601 West Peachtree St. NE Atlanta, GA Phone: Web: wsbtv.com Associated Press - Atlanta Bureau Phone: RADIO 97.7 FM The Other Side of the River 601 West Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA Phone: Sports Radio 680 The Fan 780 Johnson Ferry Road NE, 5th Floor Atlanta, GA Phone: Web: 680thefan.com WXIA-TV 11Alive Atlanta (NBC) Sports Producer: Thomas Goodhew One Monroe Place NE Atlanta, GA Phone: Web: 11alive.com WGCL-TV CBS 46 Atlanta (CBS) Sports Producer: Nick Morgan th Street NW Atlanta, GA Phone: Web: cbs46.com 92.9 The Game 1201 Peachtree Street #800 Atlanta, GA Phone: Web: atlanta.cbslocal.com/category/sports MEDIA INFO INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE ROAD HOTELS CITY HOTEL PHONE Buffalo Adam s Mark Charlotte Double Tree Columbus Crowne Plaza Durham Hilton Durham Indianapolis Holiday Inn Lehigh Valley Staybridge Suites Louisville Galt House Norfolk Sheraton Pawtucket Clarion Inn Rochester Holiday Inn Scranton/WB Radisson Syracuse Crowne Plaza Toledo Park Inn Radisson MISCELLANEOUS CONTACTS Major League Baseball Minor League Baseball International League Pacific Coast League MLB Advanced Media Elias Sports Bureau STATS, Inc GWINNETTBRAVES.COM 2017 GWINNETT BRAVES MEDIA GUIDE

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