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1 GAME NOTES Saturday, June 25, 2016 Game 75 Home Game 35 Sacramento River Cats (30-46) (AAA-S.F. Giants) vs. Las Vegas 51 s (40-34) (AAA-New York Mets) Wi-Fi available in the Cashman Field Press Box Network: 51s Guest Password: Available in Press Box 51s At A Glance... Overall Record: (.541) Home: (.529) Road: (.550) Day Games: 10-4 (.714) Night Games: (.500) Follow the 51 s on Facebook/51 s Baseball Team & Vegas51 s Radio: NBC Sports AM 920 The Game - Russ Langer Web & TV: MiLB.TV The Series PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS SACRAMENTO LAS VEGAS Sat. (7:05) RHP Clayton Blackburn (5-4, 3.50) RHP Rafael Montero (3-4, 5.78) Sun. (12:05) RHP Chris Heston (2-8, 3.82) TBA Mon. (7:05) LHP Ty Blach (6-5, 4.67) LHP Duane Below (4-5, 4.29) Tues. (12:05) LHP Adalberto Mejia (1-0, 3.38) RHP Gabriel Ynoa (9-2, 3.40) Wednesday, June 29 OFF DAY 51 s vs. River Cats (Komen Jersey Night): The Las Vegas 51 s professional baseball team, Triple-A affiliate of the 2015 National League Champion New York Mets, will open a brief four-game homestand tonight against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, in Pacific Coast League action at Cashman Field (9,334) Las Vegas was 6-2 on the just completed eight-game road trip (3-1 vs. Salt Lake; 3-1 vs. Reno) the four-game series against Sacramento will conclude on Tuesday afternoon the next scheduled off day for the PCL is Wednesday, June 29 Las Vegas will then travel to Tacoma, Wash. Reno defeats Las Vegas 9-4 in series finale: The Aces defeated the 51 s 9-4 last night in the finale of the four-game series and the eight-game road trip before a crowd of 7,393 at Greater Nevada Field. Las Vegas offense: The 51 s recorded 9 hits and shortstop Gavin Cecchini was 2-for-4, run scored, RBI. Catcher Kevin Plawecki was 2-for-3, walk, run scored; left fielder Ty Kelly was 1-for-3, walk, double, RBI and third baseman Eric Campbell was 1-for-3, walk, run scored. Reno offense: The Aces recorded 12 hits and scored four runs in the first inning. Left fielder Kyle Jensen was 2-for- 5, 5 RBI, three-run HR in the first inning and a two-run HR in the eighth inning. Second baseman Michael Freeman was 3-for-3, two walks, stolen base, RBI, two runs scored; right fielder Mitch Haniger was 2-for-4, walk, run scored and catcher Tuffy Gosewisch was 2-for-3, walk, RBI, run scored. Las Vegas pitching: Left-hander Darin Gorski suffered the loss. He pitched 5 innings and allowed 6 hits, 4 runs, walked 4 and struck out 1 on 99 pitches (58 strikes). 51 s Bullpen: Right-hander Zack Thornton pitched 1 inning and allowed 3 hits and 2 runs. Left-hander Chase Huchingson pitched 2 innings and allowed 3 hits, 3 runs (2 earned), walked 1 and struck out 4. R H E Las Vegas Reno X WP: Buschmann (4-6); LP: Gorski (0-1); SV: Hathaway (1) T: 2:53 A: 7,393 Sacramento River Cats All-Time Record vs. River Cats (.422) Home: (.424) Road: (.419) 2016 Season Series (W 6, L 6) Date Score April 11 W, 5-2 April 12 L, 5-4 April 13 L, 6-1 April 14 W, 6-2 April L, 12-1 April W, 9-3 April L, 3-1 April L, 3-1 May L, 5-3 May W, 2-1 May W, 9-1 May W, 1-0 June 25 June 26 June 27 June 28 Sacramento: In 2015, the River Cats compiled a record of (.493) and finished in second place in the Pacific Northern Division in their first season as the affiliate of the S.F. Giants.

2 Game Recaps: Las Vegas defeats Reno 6-3 in series opener for fourth straight victory (Tuesday, June 21): The 51 s defeated the Aces 6-3 in the opener of the four-game series before a crowd of 4,537 at Greater Nevada Field. Las Vegas offense: The 51 s recorded 8 hits and rallied from a 3-1 deficit and scored four runs in the sixth inning. Second baseman Dilson Herrera was 2-for-5, two runs scored; center fielder Brandon Nimmo was 1-for-3, two walks, stolen base, run scored and right fielder Travis Taijeron (1-for-5) added a three-run double in the 6 th. Reno offense: The Aces recorded 7 hits and built a 3-1 lead after five innings. Shortstop Jack Reinheimer was 2-for-3, walk, run scored; second baseman Ed Lucas was 1-for-3, triple, RBI, run scored and right fielder Mitch Haniger was 1- for-4, walk, double. Las Vegas pitching: Right-hander Seth Lugo pitched 1 scoreless inning and allowed 1 hit and struck out s Bullpen: Left-hander Chase Huchingson pitched 1 inning and allowed 2 hits, 2 runs, walked 1 and struck out 1. Right-hander Zack Thornton pitched 2 scoreless innings and allowed 2 hits and walked 1. Right-hander Chasen Bradford pitched 2 innings and allowed 2 hits, 1 run and struck out 1. Left-hander Josh Smoker (1.2 IP/0 R/4 SO) and right-hander Paul Sewald (1.1 IP/0 R) pitched the final 3 innings. R H E Las Vegas Reno WP: Bradford (4-1); LP: Drabek (3-6); SV: Sewald (8) T: 3:16 A: 4,537 Las Vegas defeats Reno in game two of the series for fifth straight victory (Wednesday, June 22): The 51 s defeated the Aces in game two of the four-game series before a crowd of 3,691 at Greater Nevada Field. Las Vegas offense: The 51 s recorded 10 hits and built a 5-1 lead after 5 ½ innings. Las Vegas, trailing 6-5, then scored five runs in the eighth inning, highlighted by a grand slam by second baseman Dilson Herrera (2-for-6, double, 5 RBI). Left fielder Brandon Nimmo was 3-for-5, walk, triple, two runs scored, 4 RBI; shortstop Gavin Cecchini was 2-for-6, two runs scored and 3B Niuman Romero was 1-for-1, three walks, SAC, double, three runs scored. Reno offense: The Aces recorded 14 hits and rallied for five runs in the sixth inning to take a 6-5 lead. Catcher Tuffy Gosewisch was 2-for-4, HR, 3 RBI; center fielder Michael Freeman was 2-for-4, walk, triple, RBI and LF Kyle Jensen was 2-for-4, double, triple, 2 RBI, run scored. Las Vegas pitching: Left-hander Duane Below pitched 5.1 innings in the no decision. He allowed 5 hits, 4 runs, walked 2 and struck out 2 on 89 pitches (57 strikes). 51 s Bullpen: Right-hander Jeff Walters pitched 1.2 innings and allowed 4 hits and 2 runs. Left-hander Josh Edgin pitched 0.2 and allowed 4 hits, 3 runs and struck out 2. Right-hander Paul Sewald pitched 1.1 innings and allowed 1 hit, 1 run and struck out 1 to earn the save. R H E Las Vegas Reno WP: Walters (1-2); LP: Leone (3-1); SV: Sewald (9) T: 3:29 A: 3,691 Las Vegas defeats Reno 8-6 for sixth straight victory (Thursday, June 23): The 51 s defeated the Aces 8-6 in game three of the four-game series (game seven of the eight-game road trip) before a crowd of 3,626 at Greater Nevada Field. Las Vegas offense: The 51 s recorded 14 hits and built a 7-0 lead after 2 ½ innings. Right fielder Travis Taijeron was 2-for-5, two runs scored, double, 4 RBI, two-run homer in the second inning; first baseman Nevin Ashley was 3-for-5 with a two-run homer in the second inning; third baseman Eric Campbell was 2-for-4, walk, two runs scored; left fielder Ty Kelly was 2-for-4, walk and center fielder Brandon Nimmo was 2-for-5. Reno offense: The Aces recorded 9 hits and rallied for four runs in the eighth inning. Left fielder Zach Borenstein was 2-for-3, HBP, three-run homer and center fielder Todd Glaesmann was 2-for-4, triple, 2 RBI. Las Vegas pitching: Right-hander Gabriel Ynoa recorded his league-best ninth victory. He pitched 6.2 innings and allowed 4 hits, 2 runs, walked 2 and struck out 8 on 110 pitches (73 strikes). 51 s Bullpen: Right-hander Chasen Bradford faced 1 batter (0.1 IP/0 R) and right-hander Seth Lugo pitched 1 inning and allowed 4 hits, 4 runs (3 earned) and struck out 2. Left-hander Josh Smoker pitched 1 scoreless inning and struck out 1 to earn the save.

3 R H E Las Vegas Reno WP: Ynoa (9-2); LP: Escobar (4-2); SV: Smoker (1) T: 3:02 A: 3, s BRIEFINGS TONIGHT is Susan G. Komen Jersey Night, presented by UMC on PINK Night, to the first 2,500 fans through the gates Las Vegas was 6-2 on the just completed eight-game road trip (3-1 vs. Salt Lake; 3-1 vs. Reno) the 51 s are 6-1 over their last seven games Las Vegas opens a brief four-game homestand tonight against the Sacramento River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants Las Vegas is playing a stretch of 12 out of 16 games on the road from June 17 July 3 the series against Sacramento will conclude on Tuesday afternoon (last day home game of the regular season) the next scheduled off day for the PCL is Wednesday, June 29 the 51 s will then embark on a brief four-game road trip to the Pacific Northwest against the Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, from Thursday-Sunday, June 30 July 3 the Las Vegas 51 s have the proud distinction of being the longest enduring franchise in the history of professional sports in the state of Nevada Las Vegas Triple-A baseball was born on April 10, 1983 before a crowd of 10,622 at Cashman Field (Las Vegas defeated Salt Lake City, 11-8) PCL PITCHER OF THE WEEK Right-hander Rafael Montero (May 9-15) was named the PCL Pitcher of the Week on May 16...made two road starts and didn t allow a run in 11.2 innings pitched vs. Sacramento (May 9) and Oklahoma City (May 14). FOUR STRAIGHT WINNING SEASONS Las Vegas has recorded a franchise record four straight seasons over the.500 mark: 2012 (79-64,.552); 2013 (81-63,.563); 2014 (81-63,.563); 2015 (77-67,.535). LAS VEGAS 80-WIN SEASONS The Las Vegas franchise has won 80 or more games in a season five times: 85 (2002, franchise best record (.590); 83 (1983 inaugural season, (.580); 81 (81-63,.563 in 2013); 81 (81-63,.563 in 2014); 80 (1986 PCL champions with an mark (.563) Las Vegas recorded back-to-back 80-win seasons for the first time in franchise history (2013 & 2014). NEW YORK METS NICKNAME: The METS Nickname: The name Mets was judged by club owner Mrs. Joan Payson as the one that best met five basic criteria: 1. It met public and press acceptance; 2. It was closely related to the team s corporate name (Metropolitan Baseball Club, Inc.); 3. It was descriptive of the Metropolitan area; 4. It had a brevity that delighted copy readers everywhere; 5. It had historical background, referring to the Metropolitans of the 19th century American Association.other names considered included: Rebels, Skyliners, NYBs, Burros (for the five boroughs), Continentals, Avengers...as well as Jets and Islanders, names that would eventually find their way into the New York sports scene the Mets inaugural season was in NEXT FIVE PROMOTIONS: Smith s Value Menu Monday ($1.00 Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Peanuts, Cracker Jack, Pretzels): June 27 vs. Sacramento Fireworks Extravaganza: Monday, July 4 vs. Salt Lake (all seats priced at $16.00-presale & $17.00-Day of Game) Budweiser Dollar Beer Night: Thursday, July 7 vs. Albuquerque 8 News Now Viva Las Vegas Fireworks, presented by The Orleans & Gold Coast: Friday, July 8 vs. Albuquerque *51 s Wearable Player Blanket/Nevada Donor Network Donate Life Night: Saturday, July 9 vs. Albuquerque *first 2,500 fans through the gates 51 s Individual Game Tickets: The Las Vegas 51 s single game ticket prices are: $16.00 (Field, $17.00-Day of Game), $14.00 (Plaza, $15.00-Day of Game); $11.00 (Reserved, $12.00-Day of Game) and the Dugout Seats (Blue Seats) are priced at $30.00 game tickets can be purchased at the America First Credit Union Box Office at Cashman Field and through TicketMaster ( , TicketMaster outlets are located at selected Smith s Food & Drug the traditional $2.00 discount for Military personnel is offered on field, plaza, reserved and G.A. seats throughout the season except for the Fireworks Extravaganza which will be held on Monday, July 4 vs. Salt Lake (all seats priced at $16.00-presale & $17.00-Day of Game for this special event).

4 51 s on Radio in Russ Langer will broadcast all 144 games on NBC Sports Radio AM 920 The Game and on Langer is in his 17 th season behind the mike he is a 10-time recipient of the Nevada Sportscaster of the Year award (2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015) presented by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association also worked a total of 30 Montreal Expos games during the 2003 and 2004 seasons in 2006, Langer was hired for additional major league duty by the Baltimore Orioles and broadcast 10 games on a fill-in basis during the course of the season has also broadcast selected Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training games in March of 2006 and in Arizona in March of 2008 and with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2009 and 2010 and Chicago White Sox in in 2015, Langer also completed his fourth season as the radio play-by-play voice for the UNLV Football team on the UNLV/IMG Sports Network. ROBERT J. BLUM BROADCAST BOOTH AT CASHMAN FIELD: The 51s Home Radio Booth was renamed the Robert J. Blum Broadcast Booth prior to the 2013 season to honor the 51s Special Assistant to the General Manager The Blummer passed away on July 22, 2012 at the age of 91...also served as the play-by-play voice for Stars/51 s baseball in selected seasons from & his company, Robert J. Blum Productions, also produced Las Vegas Triple-A professional baseball games broadcast on radio and television for several seasons. 51 s Manager Wally Backman: He was named the 22 nd manager (January 7, 2013) in the history of the Las Vegas franchise ( present, 33 seasons). Career Summary: In his fifth season as manager on the Triple-A level and his seventh season with the Mets organization since his playing days career minor league managerial record in 14 seasons (current) is (.527) led the Lancaster Jethawks (Single-A) of the California League to a record during the 2004 campaign and was named Minor League Manager of the Year by The Sporting News. Named (on June 16) manager of the PCL All-Star Team for the 29 th Annual Triple-A All-Star Game on July 13, 2016 Minor League Coaching Career: Compiled an (.527) record in 14 seasons as a minor league manager in the Chicago White Sox, Arizona and New York Mets organizations from & 2010-present and three seasons in the Independent League ( ) last season (2015), Triple-A Las Vegas compiled an overall record of (.535) and finished in second place in the Pacific Southern Division in 2014, Backman was named the PCL Manager of the Year and guided Triple-A Las Vegas to a second straight PCL playoff appearance with an record (.563) in 2013, he guided Las Vegas to the second-best record in the 16-team PCL with an (.563) mark the 51 s advanced to the PCL Playoffs for the first time in 11 seasons (2002) in 2012, Triple-A Buffalo, of the International League, compiled a (.469) record in his inaugural season in 2011, he led Double-A Binghamton of the Eastern League to a (.461) mark and, in 2010, managed Single-A Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League to a record (.680) and the Cyclones captured the McNamara Division title managed the Joliet JackHammers of the Independent Northern League for two seasons (2008 & 2009) returned to baseball in 2007 as skipper of the South Georgia Peanuts of the Independent South Coast League and led the team to the league title and was featured on a TV documentary called Playing for Peanuts. led the Lancaster Jethawks (Single-A) of the California League to a record during the 2004 campaign and was named Minor League Manager of the Year by The Sporting News began his managerial career in 2001 with the Chicago White Sox organization at the helm of Single-A Winston-Salem of the Carolina League spent two seasons with Double-A Birmingham ( ) of the Southern League and led the team to the 2002 League Championship. Playing Career: Played 14 seasons in the Major Leagues as an infielder (2B, SS, 3B) with the New York Mets ( ), Minnesota (1989), Pittsburgh (1990), Philadelphia ( ) and Seattle (1993) appeared in 1,102 games and batted.275 (893-for-3,245) with 138 doubles, 19 triples, 10 home runs, 240 RBI and 117 stolen bases in 169 attempts was a member of the 1986 Mets World Series championship team and hit a career-high.320 (124-for-387) during the season recorded back-to-back seasons of 30 stolen bases or more in 1984 & 1985 (32 stolen bases in 41 attempts & 30 SB s in 42 attempts) in 1990, as a member of Pittsburgh, he collected six hits in a game on April 27 vs. San Diego was selected by the Mets in the first round (16th overall pick) of the 1977 Major League Baseball Draft out of Aloha High School in Hillsboro, Oregon. Personal: Walter Wayne Backman graduated from Aloha High School in Hillsboro, Oregon was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in s Coaching Staff: Jack Voigt is in his 11th season overall in the Mets organization and his second season as the hitting instructor for Triple-A Las Vegas he served four seasons as the organization's outfield and baserunning coordinator ( ). Minor League Coaching Career: Spent the previous four seasons as the Mets organization's outfield and baserunning coordinator ( ) served as hitting coach for Triple-A Buffalo of the International League in 2010 and served in the same role for Single-A Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League in 2009 in 2004, he was a

5 minor league roving baserunning and bunting coach in the Atlanta organization and served as baserunning and outfield coordinator for Baltimore in 2003 also managed Baltimore's Single-A Frederick affiliate of the Carolina League in 2002 and was the hitting coach for Frederick in 2001 began his coaching career in 2000 as a player/coach with Triple-A Oklahoma City of the Pacific Coast League served as hitting coach for Magallanes of the Venezuelan Winter League for two seasons ( ) and the team captured the championship and advanced to the Caribbean World Series. Major League Coaching Career: Worked with the Washington Nationals in 2005 on manager Frank Robinson s coaching staff. He then joined the Mets organization in 2006 as a major league advance scout. Major League Playing Career: Was selected by Baltimore in the ninth round of the 1987 Amateur Draft played six seasons in the Major Leagues with Baltimore ( ), Texas ( ), Milwaukee (1997) and Oakland (1998) appeared in 294 career games and batted.235 (138-for-588) with 20 home runs and 83 RBI attended Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge) for three years ( ) and played in the 1987 College World Series and was named to the All-CWS Team. Frank Viola is in his third season as the pitching coach at Triple-A Las Vegas and also his sixth season overall with the Mets organization. Minor League Coaching Career: Spent two seasons as the pitching coach at Single-A Savannah of the South Atlantic League ( ) in 2013, the Sand Gnats compiled an overall record of (.558) and defeated Hagerstown (3-games-to-1) to capture the SAL Championship began his coaching career in 2011 with the Mets as the pitching coach with Single-A Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League. Major League Playing Career: Enjoyed an outstanding 15-year Major League career with Minnesota ( ), New York Mets ( ), Boston ( ), Cincinnati (1995) and Toronto (1996) the left-hander appeared in 421 career games and posted a record with a 3.73 ERA struck out 1,844 batters in 2,836.1 innings pitched the three-time All-Star went with a 2.67 ERA in innings pitched for the Mets in 1990 was a member of the 1987 World Series Champion Minnesota Twins and the World Series MVP that same season (2-1, 3.72 ERA vs. St. Louis) won the Cy Young Award in 1988 with a careerbest 24-7 record and a 2.64 ERA in innings pitched also posted 18 wins in a season twice in 1984 (18-12) and 1985 (18-14) was selected by Minnesota in the second round of the 1981 Major League Baseball Draft attended St. John s University will be inducted into the 2015 National College Baseball Hall of Fame, eight-man Class, on June Las Vegas 51 s /New York Mets Affiliation: The 51 s and Mets, on August 28, 2014, announced the renewal of their Player Development Contract through the 2016 season the Las Vegas Stars/51 s have captured the PCL Championship twice (1986 & 1988) and appeared in the playoffs 10 times (19-29 record,.396), last appeared in Las Vegas was the 2013 & 2014 Pacific Southern Division Champions. Las Vegas Triple-A Affiliation History: San Diego Padres, 18 seasons ( ), 1,227-1,329 (.480), 7 playoff appearances Los Angeles Dodgers, 8 seasons ( ), (.489), 1 playoff appearance Toronto Blue Jays, 4 seasons ( ), (.499), 0 playoff appearances New York Mets, 4 seasons (2013-present), (.551), 2 playoff appearance (2013 & 2014) ALL-TIME RECORD: 2,354-2,430 (.492) 2016 ATTENDANCE: In 34 dates (two rain outs), Las Vegas total is 171,635 for an average of 5,048 the season-high home crowd was an overflow sellout of 11,726 vs. Tacoma on April 28 for Fireworks/Star Wars Night Las Vegas then recorded its second sellout of the season vs. El Paso on May 13 (11,449) on Fireworks/Hometown Heroes Night the Las Vegas franchise has reached the 300,000 plateau in home attendance in all 33 seasons ( ) the all-time attendance total now stands at 11,149,364 the Las Vegas franchise welcomed the 11-millionth fan (Brian Johnson) during the opening homestand on April 14 vs. Sacramento. LARGEST SINGLE SEASON HOME ATTENDANCE: , dates 5,386 average , dates 5,441 average , dates 5,279 average , dates 5,162 average * , dates 4,878 average , dates 5,079 average *inaugural season

6 THE LATEST ON THE 51 s Date Opp. Result WP LP Save Rec. Las Vegas HR s Time Att 6-25 SACRAMENTO 6-26 SACRAMENTO 6-27 SACRAMENTO 6-28 SACRAMENTO 6-29 OFF DAY 6-30 Tacoma 7-1 Tacoma 7-2 Tacoma 7-3 Tacoma TONIGHT S STARTER RAFAEL MONTERO NAME POS B T HT WT BIRTHDATE Montero, Rafael P R R 6' 0" /17/1990 BIRTHPLACE: Higuerito,, Dominican Republic Las Vegas 51s Pacific Coast League (As of 06/21/ :25 AM EDT) *Pitcher batting stats only shown for games in which player has a plate appearance. Pitching Stats DATE G# OPP H/R DEC ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP-S IR-IRS 04/07/ FRE H /24/ ALB H /29/ TAC H W /04/ ELP R L /09/ SAC R W /14/ OKC R /19/ COL R /25/ NAS H /30/ MEM H L /04/ TAC H /10/ ALB R L /15/ REN H L /20/ SLC R W W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP- S Total W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP- S Home Games Away Games W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP- S Day Games Night Games IR- IRS IR- IRS IR- IRS

7 On Grass W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP- S April May June W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP- S Pre All-Star W-L-S ERA G GS CG SHO SVO IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP- S Starter ERA IP H R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO GIDP AVG AB TBF NP- S First Inning Second Inning Third Inning Fourth Inning Fifth Inning Sixth Inning Seventh Inning AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP NP-S vs Left vs Right AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP NP-S Leading Off Bases Empty Runners On Runners On w/ 2 Outs Scoring Position RISP w/ 2 Outs Bases Loaded AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GIDP NP-S Ahead in Count Behind in Count IR- IRS IR- IRS IR- IRS IR- IRS Hitting Stats DATE G# OPP H/R POS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GDP E 04/24/ ALB H P /04/ ELP R P /09/ SAC R P /14/ OKC R P /19/ COL R P /30/ MEM H P /10/ ALB R P

8 Hitting Stats DATE G# OPP H/R POS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GDP E 06/15/ REN H P G AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP GDP E Total s Batters... Catcher Nevin Ashley Season: Appeared in 32 games and is batting.274 (26-for- 95) with 7 doubles, 3 HR, 16 RBI 14 walks Last Night: DNP This Series: games (May 12-17); (May 27 June 2); (June 16-20) Batted.333 (1-for-3) vs. Albuquerque (April 23-26) Batted.333 (1-for-3) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.429 (3-for-7) vs. El Paso (May 10-13) Batted.750 (3-for-4) at Colorado Springs (May 19-22) Batted.571 (4-for-7) vs. Memphis (May 27-30) Batted.400 (4-for-10), 3 doubles at Salt Lake (June 17-20) Batted.600 (3-for-5) at Reno (June 21-24) Multiple-hit games: 7 hit safely in 17 of 32 games 1-for-3 vs. Tacoma (May 1) 1-for-3, double, 2 RBI at El Paso (May 3) 2-for-3, walk, solo homer, 2 RBI vs. El Paso (May 12) 1-for-3, two walks, two runs scored at OKC (May 17) 3-for-4, walk, double at Colorado Springs (May 21) 2-for-2, two runs scored vs. Memphis (May 27) 2-for-5, RBI vs. Memphis (May 29) 1-for-3, two walks, double at Reno (June 2) 1-for-4, solo homer vs. Tacoma (June 6) 1-for-4, double, 2 RBI vs. Tacoma (June 7) 1-for-3, walk, RBI, run scored vs. Reno (June 16) 2-for-5, two doubles, run scored, RBI at Salt Lake (June 18) 2-for-5, double, run scored at Salt Lake (June 20) 3-for-5, two-run home run at Reno (June 23) Outfielder Roger Bernadina Season: Appeared in 57 games and is batting.286 (52-for- 182) with 13 doubles, 2 triples, 3 HR, 24 RBI 11 stolen bases (team leader) in 13 attempts team leader with 6 outfield assists Last Night: DNP; Hit safely in 4 straight games (.250, 4-for-16) This Series:.250 (2-for-8) at Reno (June 21-24) Hit safely in 7 straight games (April 13-19) and batted.375 (9- for-24) over that stretch Batted.462 (6-for-13) at Fresno (April 15-18) Batted.417 (5-for-12) vs. Tacoma (April 28 May 1) Batted.300 (3-for-10) at Sacramento (May 6-9) Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. El Paso (May 10-13) Batted.308 (4-for-13) at Oklahoma City (May 14-17) Batted.444 (4-for-9) at Reno (May 31 June 3) Batted.375 (3-for-8) vs. Tacoma (June 4-7) Multiple-hit games: 11 hit safely in 37 of 57 games 1-for-3, solo home run vs. Fresno (April 7) 1-for-3, double, SF, 2 RBI vs. Sacramento (April 14) 2-for-3, walk at Fresno (April 15) 2-for-3, three walks, two stolen bases at Fresno (April 16) 1-for-3, two walks, RBI, SB vs. Albuquerque (April 23) 3-for-5, double, RBI vs. Tacoma (April 29) 2-for-5, stolen base, RBI at Sacramento (May 8) 3-for-4, RBI, three runs scored vs. El Paso (May 12) 3-for-5, double, triple, 2 RBI 2-for-4, double, run scored at Colorado Springs (May 20) 3-for-5, 2 RBI, solo homer in 10 th inning at Reno (June 2) 2-for-5, stolen base, double, RBI vs. Tacoma (June 7) 2-for-3, triple, solo homer at Salt Lake (June 17) Infielder/Outfielder Eric Campbell Season: Appeared in 19 games and is batting.296 (21-for- 71) with 3 doubles, 2 triples, 2 HR, 14 RBI 15 walks Last Night: 1-for-3, walk, run scored This Series: Hit safely in 6 straight games (June 18 present) and is batting.364 (8-for-22) over that stretch Batted.600 (3-for-5) vs. Tacoma (June 4-7) Batted.364 (4-for-11) at Reno (June 21-24) Multiple-hit games: 6 hit safely in 15 of 19 games 2-for-4, two runs scored vs. Sacramento (April 14) 2-for-4, double, run scored vs. Tacoma (June 4) 1-for-1, HR, 2 RBI, 3 BB, SB, three runs scored vs. TAC (June 5) 2-for-4, walk, double, run scored, 3 RBI vs. Reno (June 15) 2-for-4, triple, two runs scored vs. Reno (June 13-16) 2-for-5, triple, HR, 4 RBI at Salt Lake (June 18) 1-for-2, three walks, RBI at Salt Lake (June 20) 2-for-4, walk, two runs scored at Reno (June 23) Infielder Gavin Cecchini Season: Appeared in 55 games and is batting.325 (67-for- 206) with 13 doubles, 4 HR, 31 RBI named PCL Player of the Week (June 13-19) batted.440 (11-for-25) with 2 HR and 10 RBI Last Night: 2-for-4, run scored, RBI This Series: Hit safely in 7 straight games (April 26 May 4) and batted.560 (14-for-25) over that stretch

9 Hit safely in 5 straight games (June 12-16) and batted.368 (7-for-19) over that stretch Batted.545 (6-for-11) vs. Tacoma (April 28 May 1) Batted.500 (6-for-12) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.308 (4-for-13) vs. Nashville (May 23-26) Batted. 538 (7-for-13) at Reno (May 31 June 3) Batted.400 (6-for-15) vs. Tacoma (June 4-7) Batted.429 (6-for-14) vs. Reno (June 13-16) Batted.357 (5-for-14), 5 RBI at Salt Lake (June 17-20) Batted.357 (5-for-14) at Reno (June 21-24) Multiple-hit games: 21 hit safely in 38 of 55 games 2-for-4, walk, RBI vs. Fresno (April 8) 2-for-3, walk, 2 RBI vs. Sacramento (April 14) 2-for-4, double vs. Albuquerque (April 23) 2-for-3, walk, solo homer vs. Albuquerque (April 26) 4-for-5, double, 3 RBI vs. Tacoma (April 29) 2-for-3, double, RBI at El Paso (May 2) 3-for-5, double, three runs scored at El Paso (May 3) 3-for-4, two doubles, RBI, run scored vs. Nashville (May 24) 2-for-5, run scored, RBI vs. Memphis (May 27) 2-for-6, RBI, three runs scored vs. Memphis (May 28) 1-for-3, two walks, two runs scored vs. Memphis (May 29) 3-for-4, walk, double, RBI, run scored at Reno (May 31) 3-for-4 at Reno (June 3) 2-for-4, run scored, RBI vs. Tacoma (June 4) 3-for-4, double, two runs scored vs. Tacoma (June 7) 2-for-6, run scored, RBI at Albuquerque (June 9) 2-for-3, two walks, double, 2 RBI vs. Reno (June 13) 1-for-2, solo homer (break 1-1 tie) vs. Reno (June 14) 2-for-4, two doubles, 2 RBI, two runs scored vs. Reno (June 16) 3-for-4, walk, double, RBI, run scored at Salt Lake (June 18) 2-for-5, 4 RBI, three-run homer at Salt Lake (June 19) 2-for-6, two runs scored at Reno (June 22) 2-for-4, run scored, RBI at Reno (June 24) Infielder Dilson Herrera Season: Appeared in 67 games and is batting.285 (80-for- 281) with 20 doubles, 2 triples, 11 HR, 43 RBI 4 lead-off home runs (May 11,13,16, June 9) 53 runs scored (team leader) Last Night: 0-for-5 This Series:.238 (5-for-21) at Reno (June 21-24) Hit safely in 9 straight games (June 7-16) and batted.366 (15-for-41) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (June 18-23) and batted.280 (7-for-25) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (April 16-20) and batted.360 (9- for-25) over that stretch 4 straight multiple-hit games from June 7-11 (.526, 10-for-19) Batted.385 (5-for-13) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.353 (6-for-17) at Sacramento (May 6-9) Batted.389 (7-for-18), 3 HR, 6 RBI vs. El Paso (May 10-13) Batted.333 (6-for-18) vs. Memphis (May 27-30) Batted.357 (5-for-14), 4 RBI at Reno (May 31 June 3) Batted.313 (5-for-16) vs. Tacoma (June 4-7) Batted.474 (9-for-19) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Multiple-hit games: 25 hit safely in 45 of 67 games 2-for-6, double, two runs scored vs. Fresno (April 8) 2-for-5, walk, double, two SB at Fresno (April 16) 2-for-5, RBI at Fresno (April 18) 2-for-5, double, RBI at Sacramento (April 19) 2-for-6, double, 2 RBI at Sacramento (April 20) 2-for-5, double, SB, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 25) 4-for-6, triple, SB, 2 HR, 5 RBI at El Paso (May 3) 2-for-3, walk, RBI, stolen base at Sacramento (May 7) 3-for-6, double, solo HR at Sacramento (May 8) 2-for-3, walk, lead-off homer vs El Paso (May 11) 4-for-6, grand slam, solo HR, 5 RBI vs. El Paso (May 13) 2-for-5, double, two-run homer at Oklahoma City (May 15) 2-for-5, lead-off homer, walk, double at Okla. City (May 16) 2-for-4, RBI vs. Nashville (May 24) 2-for-5, stolen base, RBI vs. Memphis (May 27) 4-for-6, three doubles, three runs scored vs. Memphis (May 28) 2-for-5, 2 RBI at Reno (May 31) 3-for-5, 2 RBI, two runs scored at Reno (June 2) 2-for-4, BB, HR, 2 RBI, walk-off RBI single vs. Tacoma (June 4) 2-for-5, double, RBI, two runs scored vs. Tacoma (June 7) 4-for-6, lead-off HR, double, 4 RBI at Albuquerque (June 9) 2-for-4, two doubles, run scored at Albuquerque (June 10) 2-for-4, walk, run scored at Albuquerque (June 11) 2-for-5, two runs scored at Reno (June 21) 2-for6, double, 5 RBI, grand slam at Reno (June 22) Outfielder Kyle Johnson Season: Appeared in 13 games and batted.289 (13-for-45) with 3 doubles, 8 RBI Batted.357 (5-for-14) vs. Memphis (May 27-30) Multiple-hit games: 4 hit safely in 8 of 13 games 3-for-5, double, stolen base vs. Nashville (May 25) 2-for-3, two walks, double, 4 RBI vs. Memphis (May 28) 2-for-4, walk, double, 2 RBI vs. Memphis (May 29) 1-for-4, RBI double in 9 th inning (tie score) vs. Tacoma (June 4) 2-for-4 at Albuquerque (June 10) Outfielder Ty Kelly Season: Appeared in 43 games and is batting.390 (55-for- 141) with 14 doubles, 2 HR, 17 RBI 26 walks promoted to the Mets on May 23 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on June 10 promoted to the Mets on June 16 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on June 22 Last Night: 1-for-3, walk, double, RBI This Series: Hit safely in 12 straight games (May 7-20) and batted.438 (21-for-48) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (April 30 May 4) and batted.433 (8-for-17) over that stretch Batted.375 (3-for-8) vs. Sacramento (April 11-14) Batted.400 (2-for-5) at Fresno (April 15-18) Batted.444 (4-for-9) at Sacramento (April 19-22)

10 Batted.750 (6-for-8) vs. Albuquerque (April 23-26) Batted.429 (6-for-14) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.615 (8-for-13) at Sacramento (May 6-9) Batted.471 (8-for-17) at Oklahoma City (May 14-17) Batted.444 (4-for-9) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Batted.429 (3-for-7) at Reno (June 21-24) Multiple-hit games: 14 hit safely in 33 of 43 games 2-for-4, two doubles, 3 RBI vs. Sacramento (April 11) 3-for-4, walk, double, RBI at Sacramento (April 20) 1-for-2, walk, double, run scored at Sacramento (April 22) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 23) 3-for-3, walk, 2 RBI vs. Albuquerque (April 26) 2-for-3, two walks, RBI, stolen base at El Paso (May 2) 3-for-4, run scored, RBI at El Paso (May 4) 2-for-4 at Sacramento (May 7) 2-for-4, double, HBP, solo HR at Sacramento (May 8) 4-for-4, run scored at Sacramento (May 9) 3-for-6, double, run scored at Oklahoma City (May 16) 3-for-5, two doubles, RBI at Oklahoma City (May 17) 3-for-4, walk, run scored at Albuquerque (June 9-12) 2-for-5, three runs scored vs. Reno (June 15) 2-for-4, walk at Reno (June 23) Infielder Marc Krauss Season: Appeared in 59 games and is batting.225 (38-for- 169) with 8 doubles, 11 HR, 32 RBI 32 walks Last Night: DNP This Series:.250 (1-for-4) at Reno (June 21-24) Hit safely in 6 straight games (April 25 May 2) and batted.500 (10-for-20) over that stretch Batted.700 (7-for-10), 2 HR, 6 RBI vs. Tacoma (April 28 May 1) Batted.339 (3-for-9) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Multiple-hit games: 5 hit safely in 31 of 59 games 1-for-4, walk-off two-run HR (two outs) vs. Fresno (April 7) 1-for-3, RBI, two walks vs. Albuquerque (April 25) 4-for-5, double, HR, 3 RBI vs. Tacoma (April 29) 2-for-3, double, walk, 2-run homer vs. Tacoma (April 30) 1-for-5, two-run homer at Oklahoma City (May 16) 2-for-5, double, two-run HR at Oklahoma City (May 17) 1-for-3, two walks, RBI at Colorado Springs (May 21) 2-for-4, solo homer vs. Nashville (May 24) 2-for-4, walk, double, two runs scored vs. Memphis (May 28) 1-for-4, walk, three-run HR vs. Memphis (May 29) 1-for-3, two walks, double, two runs scored at Reno (May 31) 1-for-3, walk, solo homer at Reno (June 1) 1-for-3, walk, two-run homer vs. Tacoma (June 7) 1-for-3, two walks, RBI, run scored at Reno (June 22) Catcher/Infielder Johnny Monell Season: Appeared in 58 games and is batting.282 (64-for- 227) with 14 doubles, triple, 9 HR, 35 RBI Last Night: 1-for-4, run scored This Series:.167 (2-for-12) at Reno (June 21-24) Hit safely in 8 straight games (May 13-23) and batted.371 (13 Hit safely in 5 straight games (June 13-17) and batted.273 (6-for-22) over that stretch -for-35) over that stretch Hit safely in 5 straight games (May 5-10) and batted.263 (5- for-19) over that stretch Batted.400 (4-for-8), 4 RBI vs. Fresno (April 7-8) Batted.300 (3-for-10) vs. Tacoma (April 28 May 1) Batted.385 (5-for-13) at Oklahoma City (May 14-17) Batted.357 (5-for-14) at Colorado Springs (May 19-22) Batted.308 (4-for-13) vs. Nashville (May 23-26) Batted.444 (4-for-9) at Reno (May 31 June 3) Batted.375 (6-for-16) vs. Tacoma (June 4-7) Batted.556 (5-for-9) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Batted.308 (4-for-13) at Salt Lake (June 17-20) Multiple-hit games: 16 hit safely in 42 of 58 games 3-for-4, walk, two doubles, 3 RBI vs. Fresno (April 8) 2-for-4, 2 RBI, walk-off HR in 10 th inning vs. ALB (April 25) 2-for-4, RBI vs. Tacoma (April 30) 1-for-3, two walks at Sacramento (May 8) 2-for-4 at Oklahoma City (May 14) 2-for-5, run scored, RBI at Oklahoma City (May 15) 1-for-4, two walks, double, 2 RBI at Oklahoma City (May 16) 3-for-5, double, RBI, run scored at Colorado Springs (May 22) 2-for-4, walk, run scored vs. Nashville (May 23) 2-for-4, triple, solo homer vs. Nashville (May 26) 3-for-6, double, HR, 3 RBI vs. Memphis (May 28) 3-for-5, double, RBI, two runs scored at Reno (June 1) 2-for-4, double, HR, 2 RBI vs. Tacoma (June 4) 3-for-4, SF, HR, 2 RBI vs. Tacoma (June 7) 3-for-4, two walks, double at Albuquerque (June 9) 2-for-4, run scored, RBI at Albuquerque (June 10) 2-for-4, double, solo homer at Salt Lake (June 17) 2-for-5, three-run homer at Salt Lake (June 20) Infielder Danny Muno Season: Appeared in 46 games and is batting.230 (20-for- 87) with 3 doubles, 2 triples, 10 RBI 20 walks Last Night: 0-for-1 as pinch-hitter in the 7 th inning This Series:.000 (0-for-3) at Reno (June 21-24) Hit safely in 4 straight games (June 15-20) and batted.385 (5-for-13) over that stretch Batted.500 (2-for-4) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.333 (1-for-3) at Sacramento (May 6-9) Batted.400 (2-for-5) at Oklahoma City (May 14-17) Batted.364 (4-for-11), 4 RBI vs. Memphis (May 27-30) Batted.500 (2-for-4) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Batted.333 (4-for-12) at Salt Lake (June 17-20) Multiple-hit games: 4 hit safely in 16 of 46 games 1-for-3, HBP, triple, walk, run scored at El Paso (May 5) 1-for-2, walk at Oklahoma City (May 14) 1-for-3, walk, double, RBI at Oklahoma City (May 17) 1-for-2, two walks vs. Nashville (May 23) 2-for-4, walk, RBI, run scored vs. Memphis (May 28) 2-for-4, triple, 2 RBI vs. Memphis (May 30) 2-for-4 at Albuquerque (June 11) 1-for-4, 2 RBI, run scored at Salt Lake (June 18) 2-for-4, walk, double, run scored at Salt Lake (June 19)

11 Outfielder Brandon Nimmo Season: Appeared in 63 games and batted.328 (82-for-250, ranks 8 th in PCL) with 16 doubles, 7 triples (team leader), 5 HR, 37 RBI 33 walks promoted to the Mets on June 25 Last Night: 1-for-5; Hit safely in 20 of his last 22 games This Series: Hit safely in 14 straight games (May 31 June 17) and batted.431 (25-for-58) over that stretch Hit safely in 10 straight games (May 13-24) and batted.405 (17-for-42) over that stretch Hit safely in 7 straight games (April 28 May 5) and batted.429 (12-for-28) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (June 19-24) and batted.333 (9-for-27) over that stretch 4 straight multiple-hit games, June 6-12 (.550, 11-for-20) Batted.308 (4-for-13) vs. Sacramento (April 11-14) Batted.500 (7-for-14) vs. Tacoma (April 28 May 1) Batted.357 (5-for-14) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.364 (4-for-11) vs. El Paso (May 10-13) Batted.333 (4-for-12) at Oklahoma City (May 14-17) Batted.353 (6-for-17) at Colorado Springs (May 19-22) Batted.455 (5-for-11) vs. Nashville (May 23-26) Batted.333 (4-for-12) at Reno (May 31 June 3) Batted.500 (8-for-16) vs. Tacoma (June 4-7) Batted.545 (6-for-11) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Batted.333 (5-for-15) vs. Reno (June 13-16) Batted. 389 (7-for-18) at Reno (June 21-24) Multiple-hit games: 23 hit safely in 50 of 63 games 3-for-4, double, RBI vs. Sacramento (April 11) 2-for-7 at Fresno (April 16) 1-for-3, two walks, run scored at Fresno (April 18) 2-for-3, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 25) 3-for-3, double, 3 RBI vs. Tacoma (April 28) 1-for-3, two walks, run scored vs. Tacoma (April 29) 2-for-4, double, 2 RBI vs. Tacoma (April 30) 2-for-5, walk, double, RBI at El Paso (May 3) 2-for-5, RBI at El Paso (May 4) 2-for-6, double, 2 RBI, run scored at Sacramento (May 8) 2-for-4, double vs. El Paso (May 10 & 13) 1-for-3, two walks, two runs scored at Okla. City (May 15) 2-for-5, walk, three runs scored at Oklahoma City (May 16) 3-for-5, two doubles, 4 RBI at Colorado Springs (May 19-22) 4-for-5, two doubles, triple vs. Nashville (May 23) 2-for-4, stolen base, walk, run scored at Reno (June 1) 1-for-4, walk, two-run double in 9 th inning at Reno (June 2) 2-for-4, double, run scored vs. Tacoma (June 4) 2-for-4 vs. Tacoma (June 6) 3-for-5, three-run homer vs. Tacoma (June 7) 3-for-5, walk, double, 2 HR, 4 RBI at Albuquerque (June 9) 3-for-6, triple, run scored at Albuquerque (June 9-12) 2-for-4, walk, triple, two runs scored vs. Reno (June 15) 2-for-4 at Salt Lake (June 17) 3-for-5, walk, triple, 4 RBI, two runs scored at Reno (June 22) 2-for-5 at Reno (June 23) Catcher Kevin Plawecki Season: Appeared in 2 games and is batting.333 (2-for-6) Last Night: 2-for-3, walk, run scored This Series: Batted.333 (2-for-6) at Reno (June 21-24) Multiple-hit games: 1 hit safely in 1 of 2 games 2-for-3, walk, run scored at Reno (June 24) Infielder Matt Reynolds Season: Appeared in 35 games and batted.230 (32-for-139) with 8 doubles, 2 triples, 2 HR, 11 RBI promoted to the Mets on May 17 optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on May 29 promoted to the Mets on June 3 Hit safely in 10 straight games (April 19-30) and batted.350 (14-for-40) over that stretch Batted.600 (3-for-5), HR, 2 RBI vs. Fresno (April 7-8) Batted.353 (6-for-17) at Sacramento (April 19-22) Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. Albuquerque (April 23-26) Multiple-hit games: 8 hit safely in 23 of 35 games 2-for-3, walk, solo HR, SB vs. Fresno (April 7) 2-for-4, run scored vs. Sacramento (April 12) 2-for-4, two triples, RBI, two runs scored at Fresno (April 17) 3-for-5, solo HR, stolen base at Sacramento (April 20) 2-for-3, walk, SAC, SB, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 23) 2-for-3, RBI, run scored vs. Tacoma (April 28) 2-for-4, double, RBI at Sacramento (May 9) Catcher Rene Rivera Season: Appeared in 8 games and batted.280 (7-for-25) with a double, 5 RBI promoted to the Mets on April 26 Hit safely in 5 straight games (April 16-25) and batted.375 (6- for-15) over that stretch Batted.375 (3-for-8) at Sacramento (April 19-22) Multiple-hit games: 1 hit safely in 6 of 8 games 1-for-3, HBP, two runs scored vs. Sacramento (April 11) 1-for-4, two walks, 2 RBI at Fresno (April 16) 2-for-5, double, 3 RBI at Sacramento (April 20) Infielder/Outfielder T.J. Rivera Season: Appeared in 60 games and is batting.363 (86-for- 237, ranks 2 nd in PCL) with 15 doubles, triple, 7 HR, 52 RBI 42 runs scored named PCL Player of the Week (May 16-22) batted.607 (17-for-28) with six multiple-hit games and 12 RBI named MiLB Player of the Month (May, PCL) batted. 373 (5 HR, 31 RBI) Last Night: This Series: - - -

12 Hit safely in 17 straight games (May 13-30) and batted.453 (34-for-75), 21 RBI over that stretch Hit safely in 14 straight games (April 24 May 8) and batted.400 (22-for-55) over that stretch Compiled 7 straight multiple-hit games from May and batted.576 (19-for-33) over that stretch Batted.333 (5-for-15) vs. Sacramento (April 11-14) Batted.333 (2-for-6) at Sacramento (April 19-22) Batted.571 (8-for-14) vs. Albuquerque (April 23-26) Batted.429 (6-for-14) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.444 (8-for-18), 7 RBI at Oklahoma City (May 14-17) Batted.632 (12-for-19), 6 RBI at Colo. Springs (May 19-22) Batted.444 (8-for-18) vs. Memphis (May 27-30) Batted.333 (6-for-18) at Reno (May 31 June 3) Batted.385 (5-for-13) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Batted.429 (3-for-7) vs. Reno (June 13-16) Multiple-hit games: 28 (team leader) hit safely in 50 of 60 games 2-for-5, double, 2 RBI vs. Fresno (April 8) 2-for-4, double, RBI vs. Sacramento (April 13) 2-for-4, RBI, two runs scored vs. Sacramento (April 14) 1-for-2, double, RBI, HBP at Sacramento (April 20) 3-for-4, double, 2 RBI, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 24) 2-for-5, double, RBI, run scored vs. Albuquerque (April 25) 3-for-4, double, SB, solo HR vs. Albuquerque (April 26) 2-for-5, RBI at El Paso (May 2) 2-for-3, two walks, HR, 3 RBI at El Paso (May 3) 2-for-6, double, two-run HR at Sacramento (May 8) 2-for-4, run scored, RBI vs. El Paso (May 10) 2-for-4, walk, 3 RBI vs. El Paso (May 13) 2-for-5, run scored, RBI at Oklahoma City (May 15) 3-for-4, HBP, walk, 2 2B, 3 RBI at Oklahoma City (May 16) 2-for-5, 3 RBI at Oklahoma City (May 17) 4-for-5, triple, 2 RBI at Colorado Springs (May 19) 3-for-5, HR, 3 RBI at Colorado Springs (May 20) 3-for-5, double, RBI at Colorado Springs (May 21) 2-for-4, walk, run scored at Colorado Springs (May 22) 3-for-6, HR, 3 RBI, three runs scored vs. Memphis (May 28) 2-for-5, run scored vs. Memphis (May 29) 2-for-5, run scored at Reno (June 1) 2-for-4, walk, double, RBI, run scored at Reno (June 2) 2-for-4, double at Reno (June 3) 2-for-5, run scored vs. Tacoma (June 7) 2-for-4, two walks, solo homer at Albuquerque (June 9) 2-for-3, two walks, double, RBI at Albuquerque (June 11) 2-for-5, run scored, RBI vs. Reno (June 13) Infielder Niuman Romero Season: Appeared in 18 games and is batting.241 (13-for- 54) with 2 doubles, 3 RBI Last Night: 0-for-1 as pinch-hitter in the 9 th inning This Series: Hit safely in 5 straight games (May 21-25) and batted.333 (7- for-21) over that stretch Batted.375 (6-for-16) at Colorado Springs (May 19-22) Batted.333 (2-for-6) at Reno (June 21-24) Multiple-hit games: 3 hit safely in 10 of 18 games 2-for-4, walk at Colorado Springs (May 19) 2-for-5, go-ahead RBI single in 9 th inning at CSP (May 21) 2-for-3, walk, run scored at Colorado Springs (May 19-22) 1-for-1, three walks, double, 3 runs scored at Reno (June 22) Outfielder Travis Taijeron Season: Appeared in 71 games and is batting.308 (82-for- 266) with 29 doubles (1 st in PCL), 3 triples, 12 HR (team leader), 64 RBI (2 nd in PCL) 35 walks (team leader), 52 runs scored T-1 st in PCL with 44 extra-base hits Last Night: 1-for-3, HBP This Series:.250 (4-for-16), 7 RBI at Reno (June 21-24) Hit safely in 12 straight games (April 23 May 5) and batted.381 (16-for-42) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (May 24-29) and batted.400 (10-for-25) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (May 7-13) and batted.318 (7- for-22) over that stretch Hit safely in 6 straight games (April 7-14) and batted.261 (6- for-23) over that stretch 4 straight multiple-hit games from June 7-11 (.556, 10-for-18) Batted.429 (6-for-14) vs. Albuquerque (April 23-26) Batted.333 (4-for-12) vs. Tacoma (April 28 May 1) Batted.375 (6-for-16) at El Paso (May 2-5) Batted.357 (5-for-14) vs. El Paso (May 10-13) Batted.412 (7-for-17) vs. Memphis (May 27-30) Batted.400 (4-for-10) at Reno (May 31 June 3) Batted.421 (8-for-19) at Albuquerque (June 9-12) Batted.500 (6-for-12), 2 HR, 7 RBI vs. Reno (June 13-16) Multiple-hit games: 21 hit safely in 55 of 71 games 1-for-4, solo HR vs. Fresno (April 7) 1-for-4, two-run triple vs. Sacramento (April 12) 2-for-3, SF, 2 RBI at Fresno (April 17) 2-for-4, double, SB, run scored at Sacramento (April 21) 2-for-3, double, 2 RBI vs. Albuquerque (April 23) 1-for-2, solo HR, two walks vs. Albuquerque (April 24) 2-for-5, double, two runs scored vs. Albuquerque (April 25) 3-for-5, double, HR, 2 RBI at El Paso (May 3) 2-for-3, walk, double, solo homer vs. El Paso (May 12) 3-for-5, walk, double, 4 RBI at Oklahoma City (May 16) 1-for-5, three-run homer at Colorado Springs (May 19) 1-for-2, HBP, double, walk vs. Memphis (May 27) 2-for-6, double, 2 RBI vs. Memphis (May 28) 4-for-5, two doubles, HR, 4 RBI vs. Memphis (May 29) 2-for-4, walk, run scored at Reno (May 31) 2-for-3, two doubles, 2 RBI, walk at Reno (June 1) 2-for-4, triple, SF, 2 RBI, run scored vs. Tacoma (June 7) 4-for-6, double, HR, 2 RBI, 4 runs scored at ALB (June 9) 2-for-3, double, HBP, RBI at Albuquerque (June 10) 2-for-5, two doubles at Albuquerque (June 11) 2-for-3, walk, double, two runs scored vs. Reno (June 13) 2-for-5, double, grand slam vs. Reno (June 15) 2-for-4, double, HR, 3 RBI vs. Reno (June 16) 2-for-4, walk, run scored at Salt Lake (June 18) 2-for-5, run scored, RBI at Salt Lake (June 20) 1-for-5, three-run double at Reno (June 21)