Scrappers 101: 15th season

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Mahoning Valley Scrappers

Yearly Records

Season W-L Division Finish Playoff Finish Manager
2012 30-45 5th in Pinckney Ted Kubiak
2011 41-34 3rd in Pinckney David Wallace
2010 30-46 6th in Pinckney Travis Fryman
2009 49-27 1st in Pinckney Lost in NYPL Finals Travis Fryman
2008 31-44 5th in Pinckney Travis Fryman
2007 37-37 2nd in Pinckney Tim Laker
2006 40-36 2nd in Pinckney Rouglas Odor
2005 33-43 3rd in Pinckney Rouglas Odor
2004 42-34 2nd in Pinckney Won NYPL Finals -Mike Sarbaugh
2003 38-36 2nd in Pinckney Ted Kubiak
2002 46-30 2nd in Pinckney Chris Bando
2001 26-49 7th in McNamara Dave Turgeon
2000 48-28 1st in McNamara Lost in NYPL Finals Ted Kubiak
1999 43-33 1st in Pinckney Lost in NYPL Finals Ted Kubiak

Year-by-Year Leaders
Batting Average
2012: Joe Wendle, .327 (80-245)
2011: Bryson Myles, .302 (58-192)
2010: Giovanny Urshela, .290 (64-221)
2009: Casey Frawley, .300 (45-150)
2008: Cord Phelps, .312 (44-141)
2007: Todd Martin, .360 (71-197)
2006: Jason Denham, .302 (65-215)
2005: Omar Casillas, .286 (46-161)
2004: Mike Butia, .315 (73-265)
2003: Ryan Goleski, .296 (72-243)
2002: Ben Francisco, .349 (82-235)
2001: Rickie Morton, .282 (67-238)
2000: Nate Janowicz, .340 (90-265)
1999: Nate Grindell, .315 (84-267)

Hits
2012: Joe Wendle, 80
2011: Tony Wolters, 78
2010: Chase Burnette, 68
2009: Jordan Henry, 71
2008: Lonnie Chisenhall, 80
2007: Todd Martin, 71
2006: Andrew Lytle, 69
2005: Jose Constanza, 71
2004: Argenis Reyes, 101
2003: Mike Conroy, 84
2002: Ben Francisco, 82
2001: Rickie Morton, 67
2000: Nate Janowicz, 90
1999: Nate Grindell, 84

Homeruns
2012: Juan Romero, 7
2011: Jake Lowery, 6
2010: Chase Burnette, 8
2009: Kyle Bellows, 7
2008: Lonnie Chisenhall & Jeremie Tice, 5
2007: Todd Martin, 8
2006: Dustin Realini & Evandy De Leon, 5
2005: Evandy De Leon, 7
2004: Chris Gimenez, 10
2003: Ryan Goleski & Kevin Kouzmanoff, 8
2002: Shaun Larkin, 9
2001: Rickie Morton, 12
2000: Ryan Church, 10
1999: Jorge Moreno, 9

Runs Batted In
2012: Joe Wendle, 37
2011: Jordan Smith, 47
2010: Giovanny Urshela, 35
2009: Greg Folgia, 36
2008: Lonnie Chisenhall, 45
2007: Todd Martin, 40
2006: Dustin Realini, 37
2005: Derrick Patterson, 31
2004: Wyatt Toregas, 48
2003: Mike Conroy, 44
2002: Brian Wright, 47
2001: Rickie Morton, 40
2000: Ryan Church, 65
1999: Nate Grindell, 47

Stolen Bases
2012: Erik Gonzalez, 9
2011: Bryson Myles, 20
2010: Nick Bartolone, 8
2009: Jordan Henry, 22
2008: Lonnie Chisenhall & Isaias Velasquez, 7
2007: Adam White, 22
2006: Andrew Lytle, 10
2005: Jose Constanza, 24
2004: Argenis Reyes, 27
2003: Brad Snyder, 14
2002: Ben Francisco, 22
2001: Miguel Quintana & Maximo Made, 6
2000: Dennis Malave, 15
1999: Alex Reguena, 44

Earned Run Average
2012: Luis DeJesus, 2.02 (18-80.1)
2011: Cody Allen, 2.14 (8-33.2)
2010: Alex Kaminsky, 2.48 (19-69.0)
2009: Cory Burns, 1.93 (7-32.2)
2008: Eric Berger, 2.12 (8-34.0)
2007: Kyle Landis, 0.33 (1-27.1)
2006: Neil Wagner, 1.39 (5-32.1)
2005: Justin Pekarek, 1.50 (5-30.0)
2004: Aaron Laffey, 1.24 (6-43.2)
2003: Matt Davis, 1.54 (8-46.2)
2002: Keith Ramsey, 2.04 (14-61.2)
2001: Chris Cooper, 2.38 (9-34.0)
2000: Simon Young, 1.75 (15-77.0)
1999: Ryan Kearney, 1.44 (4-25.0)

Wins
2012: Luis DeJesus (4-2), Jacob Lee (4-2), & Josh Martin (4-1)
2011: Rob Nixon, 7-3
2010: Alex Kaminsky, 6-5
2009: Marty Popham (6-1) & Preston Guilmet (6-6)
2008: Russell Young, 6-3
2007: Joanniel Montero, 7-3
2006: Josh Tomlin, 8-2
2005: Joe Ness (4-2) & Jensen Lewis (4-2)
2004: Matt Haynes (4-4) & Ryan Knippschild (4-3)
2003: Scott Roehl, 5-6
2002: Victor Kleine, 9-3
2001: Nick Moran, 5-2
2000: Simon Young, 7-2
1999: Brian Jackson, 6-4

Strikeouts
2012: Luis DeJesus, 52
2011: Enosil Tejeda & Joseph Colon, 57
2010: Alex Kaminsky, 58
2009: Marty Popham, 83
2008: Russell Young, 62
2007: Kelvin De La Cruz, 53
2006: Luis Valdez, 70
2005: Joe Ness, 68
2004: Tony Sipp, 74
2003: Juan Lara, 54
2002: Keith Ramsey, 71
2001: Nick Moran, 66
2000: Brandon Matheny, 69
1999: Stephen Cowie, 83

Saves
2012: Louis Head & Enosil Tejeda, 3
2011: Enosil Tejeda, 12
2010: Clayton Ehlert, 9
2009: Cory Burns, 11
2008: Daniel Morales, 5
2007: Kyle Landis & Vinnie Pestano, 6
2006: Neil Wagner, 17
2005: Matt Loberg, 7
2004: Mark Harris, 13
2003: Reid Casey, 7
2002: Kevin Martin, 5
2001: Chris Cooper, 11
2000: Brian Jackson, 11
1999: Eric Maleski, 8

2013 June Schedule
June 17 – Jamestown, 7:05 PM
June 18 – Jamestown, 7:05 PM
June 19 – Jamestown, 7:05 PM
June 20 – at Batavia, 7:05 PM
June 21 – at Batavia, 7:05 PM
June 22 – at Batavia, 7:05 PM
June 23 – Auburn, 5:05 PM
June 24 – Auburn, 7:05 PM
June 25 – Auburn, 7:05 PM
June 26 – State College, 7:05 PM
June 27 – State College, 7:05 PM
June 28 – at Williamsport, 7:05 PM
June 29 – at Williamsport, 7:05 PM
June 30 – at Williamsport, 5:05 PM

2013 Roster
Manager: Ted Kubiak
Hitting Coach: Shaun Larkin
Pitching Coach: Scott Erickson
Pitchers
50 – Manuel Carmona, RHP
22 – Kerry Doane, RHP (2013 24th round choice from East Tennessee State)
40 – Trevor Frank, RHP
28 – Harold Guerrero, LHP
35 – Caleb Hamrick, RHP
23 – Ben Heller, RHP (2013 22nd round choice from Olivet Nazarene University)
43 – Rafael Homblert, RHP
47 – Luis Lugo, LHP
34 – Joshua Nervis, RHP
39 – Alexis Paredes, RHP
11 – Breily Puerta, RHP
32 – James Stokes, RHP
17 – Cole Sulser, RHP (2013 25th round choice from Dartmouth)
NA – Matt Whitehouse, LHP (2013 19th round choice from UC-Irvine)
Catchers
29 – Ryan Battaglia
10 – Manuel Boscan
20 – Martin Cervenka
NA – Sicnarf Loopstok (2013 12th round choice from Western Oklahoma State)
Infielders
12 – Claudio Bautista
2 – Robel Garcia
27 – Nick Hamilton
9 – Paul Hendrix (2013 18th round choice from TCU)
8 – Juan Herrera
25 – Nellie Rodriguez
Outfielders
6 – Tyler Booth
7 – Joshua McAdams
1 – Juan Romero
24 – Brian Ruiz

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