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game #110
August 1
Media Relations Department
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El Paso, TX 79901
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2016 GAME NOTES
Pacific Coast league
san diego padres affiliate
AT A GLANCE
Record62-47
Home 32-20
Away30-27
Night47-37
Day13-10
Extra Innings
4-2
Doubleheaders4-4
Score First
32-15
Opponent Scores First
30-32
One Run Games
11-10
Shutouts8-3
vs. RHP Starters
47-35
vs. LHP Starters
16-12
Commit an Error
29-24
No Errors
33-23
Chihuahuas Hit HR
51-22
Chihuahuas Don’t Hit HR
11-25
Chihuahuas Outhit Opponent
50-6
Equal Hits
5-4
Opponent Outhits Chihuahuas 7-37
vs. AL Affiliates
25-23
vs. NL Affiliates
37-24
Lead After 7
51-2
Tied After 7
5-3
Trail After 7
5-42
Lead After 8
48-2
Tied After 8
7-2
Trail After 8
2-39
Uniforms - White
7-2
Uniforms - Gray
25-16
Uniforms - Red
14-10
Uniforms - Black
8-12
Uniforms - Camouflage 6-4
Uniforms - Themed
2-3
All-Time El Paso Record
4,169-3,970
All-Time Affiliated Record 3,233-2,961
All-Time Chihuahuas Record 213-188
Southwest Univ. Park Record 100-94
Chihuahuas Playoff Record
1-3
All-Time El Paso Playoff Record 86-78
General Info
TV:...............................................................MiLB.TV
Radio:.......................... Team 600 ESPN El Paso
Location:............................. Las Vegas, Nevada
Stadium:.....................................Cashman Field
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EL PASO CHIHUAHUAS
(62-47, 1ST, +8.5 G, P. South)
vs
S
(53-55, 2ND, 8.5 GB, P. South)
SERIES HISTORY
Series Record................................................................................................... 23-19
In El Paso............................................................................................... 10-10
In Las Vegas............................................................................................13-9
1-Run Games.......................................................................................................11-4
Shutouts................................................................................................................. 1-1
Most Runs, El Paso.............................................................................17, 5/4/2016
Most Runs, Las Vegas.................................................................... 21, 4/22/2014
Margin, El Paso...................................................................................11, 5/4/2016
Margin, Las Vegas........................................................................... 12, 4/22/2014
Longest Win Streak, El Paso.......................................................4 Games, 2014
Longest Win Streak, Las Vegas..................................................6 Games, 2014
Current Streak.............................................................................3 Games, El Paso
projected Starters
Monday (8:05 PM)...................................RHP Daniel McCutchen (9-7, 6.18 ERA) vs. RHP Josh Zeid (1-1, 5.49 ERA)
Tuesday (8:05 PM)................................RHP Bryan Rodriguez (4-4, 5.25 ERA) vs. RHP Gabriel Ynoa (9-4, 4.52 ERA)
*All game times are Mountain Time
Need To Know
• El Paso completed their 3rd shutout of the roadtrip on Sunday night & improved to 5-6 on their 3-city tour with
2 more games before returning home. The Chihuahuas 8 shutouts of 2016 are the 3rd most in the Pacific Coast
League this year behind Fresno's 11 & 9 by New Orleans.
• The Chihuahuas closed out the month of July with a .293 team batting average, their lowest monthly average
since they hit .292 in April.
• Carlos Asuaje & Hector Sanchez continue to pace the El Paso offense during this 13-game roadtrip with 4 multihit games apiece. Asuaje is now tied for the PCL lead in runs scored with Hunter Renfroe at 78. Sanchez has now
deposited 3 home runs in 3 different cities over the last 11 games while all of his 10 bombs this season have been
batting left handed.
• Carlos Pimentel gained his league-leading 11th win on Sunday & became the first Chihuahuas pitcher to surpass
10 wins in a season. Pimentel closed July with a 4-1 record & 2.87 ERA while riding a streak of 12 scoreless innings
to finish the month. Of El Paso's 8 shutout wins, Pimentel has started 4 of them.
• Daniel McCutchen can also write his name in the Chihuahuas record book tonight. McCutchen's next win would
be his 19th in a Chihuahuas uniform which would match Jason Lane's club record.
• The El Paso offense if averaging just under 6 runs per game (5.9). McCutchen has allowed 6 runs or more on 7 occasions & is 2-5 when doing so. The right-hander had a 2-0, 0.38 ERA run between May 27 & June 12 over 4 starts,
but has carried a 7.73 ERA in his other 17 starts for El Paso. McCutchen has logged 9 quality starts (6 IP & 3 earned
runs allowed or fewer) & is 6-0 when he gives the Chihuahuas a quality start.
• HIT PARADE: The Chihuahuas 1,168 base hits currently have the team on pace for 1,543 hits for the 2016 season,
which would approach the modern Pacific Coast League record of 1,580 hits held by the 2000 Salt Lake Buzz. El
Paso is averaging just under 11 hits per game & would need to average 11.8 hits over their final 35 games to surpass the record. That 2000 Salt Lake team is also the last team in the league to hit over .310 for an entire season
(finished with .312 team average).
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TODAY’S STARTING PITCHER
CUTCHEN
HT: 6-2 WT: 215
BATS: RIGHT THROWS: RIGHT
AGE: 33
BORN: September 26, 1982 in McKinney, TX
SCHOOL: University of Oklahoma
ACQUIRED: Signed as Minor League free agent on November 18, 2015
McCUTCHEN QUICK HITS: Entering 11th season...Spent time in six different MLB organizations (Yankees, Pirates, Orioles, Rangers,
White Sox, and Padres)...Non-roster invite to Padres Spring Training in 2016...Drafted by the New York Yankees in the 2006 draft,
13th Round...Selected in MLB First-Year Player Draft four times; 47th Round by Yankees in 2003, 29th Round by Tampa Bay in 2004,
12th Round by St. Louis in 2005, then to the Yankees again in 2006...Traded by Yankees to the Pirates with Jose Tabata, Ross Ohlendorf, and Jeff Karstens for Xavier Nady and Damaso Marte on July 26, 2008
2016:
•
Named PCL Pitcher of the Week for June 6-12 after winning 2 starts, allowed 0 earned runs & struck out 10 over 12 IP; first
Pitcher of the Week award for McCutchen since August 2009 when he pitched for the Indianapolis Indians (Triple-A affiliate of
the Pittsburgh Pirates)
•
Used as a pinch-hitter three times including back-to-back games on May 2 & May 3; hit a pinch-hit triple in the bottom of the
5th inning against Las Vegas on May 3 at Southwest University Park
•
Stole second base on April 15th against Reno to become the first Chihuahuas pitcher to record a stolen base
•
After allowing 4 runs in Reno in the first inning of his first start of 2016, he settled in to get the Chihuahuas first win of the new
campaign.
•
Pitched in 8 Cactus League games for the Padres in Spring Training, tied for 3rd most among the entire pitching staff. He allowed just 4 runs through Major League camp.
McCUTCHEN NOTES:
• Spent all of 2015 season in El Paso
• Started Game 1 of the playoffs at Fresno; tagged with the loss after allowing just one earned run on 8 hits in 4 IP
• Resigned w/ Padres after electing free agency at the end of 2015 season
• Second place on team in wins (9) and innings pitched (132.1) while starting third most games (22)
• Nine wins in 2015 is the most he has accomplished since 2009 (13 wins) for the Indianapolis Indians (Pirates Triple-A affiliate)
• Only 2-6 record at Southwest University Park in 2015 w/ 5.08 ERA and surrendered 14 of his total 15 HRs
• Made MLB debut on August 31, 2009 for the Pittsburgh Pirates in Cincinnati
• Started 5 more games for the Pirates and returned to Cincinnati to get his first MLB win on October 2
• Worked as a reliever for Pirates in 2011 working a bullpen-high 84.2 innings
• Collected $20,000 for his daughter’s college fund in 2012 to change his uniform number from 34 to 25 when the Pirates acquired A.J. Burnett from the Yankees and Burnett purchased #34
• Last pitched in the Majors as a reliever for the Texas Rangers on April 4, 2014 in Tampa Bay
• With the exception of the Charlotte Knights of the International League, three of the last four teams the Texas native has pitched
for have been located in the state of Texas
2016 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS WITH EL PASO (LAST 5 STARTS • 1-3, 9.38 ERA)
DATE
OPP
DEC
IP
H
R
ER
BB
K
HR
NP-S
ERA
RESULT
7/4
@ALB
L
5.0
11
6
6
1
6
2
98-66
5.61
L 7-2
7/9
@SL
-
4.0
6
0
0
1
2
0
78-49
5.38
W 12-1
7/16
NAS
L
4.0
10
9
9
1
1
2
81-53
5.96
L 19-5
7/21
MEM
W
6.1
11
2
2
0
4
0
75-53
5.78
W 7-2
7/27
@TAC
L
4.2
13
10
8
1
1
0
96-66
6.18
L 11-1
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POSITION PLAYER BIOS
Carlos Asuaje
inf
Last Game: 1-3, BB, R, SB
Acquired: Traded from Boston Red Sox w/ OF Manny Margot, INF Javier Guerra, & LHP Logan Allen Series: 3-7
for Craig Kimbrel on November 13, 2015
School: Nova Southeastern (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Road Trip/Homestand: 13-40
• Fourth pro season, Padres No. 21 prospect according to MLB.com at mid-season, preseason No. 17
• Represented the Padres in San Diego for the 2016 Futures Game playing for the World Team at Petco Current Hit Streak: 3 (7/29- )
Park & started at second base as the lead-off hitter for the PCL at the 2016 Triple-A All-Star Game in Longest Hit Streak: 12 (7/5-7/23)
Charlotte
• Drafted by Boston Red Sox in the 11th Round of the 2013 draft
Last Home Run: 7/30/16 @ LV
• Minor League All-Star last three seasons at Triple-A, Double-A (Portland), & Single-A (Greenville)
• Spent all of 2015 with Portland Sea Dogs (Double-A, Red Sox) & led Portland in runs scored, hits,
ASUAJE 2016 SEASON HIGHS
triples, RBIs, walks & games played (131)
H: 4 (2x)
SO: 3(7/2 vs. REN)
• Played for the Arizona Fall League champions, Scottsdale Scorpions, in the offseason. Ended the
BB: 2 (6x)
AFL season with a 12-game hitting streak and was recognized as a member of the AFL All-Prospect R: 2 (17x)
RBI: 3 (4x)
SB: 1 (8x)
Team. Traded to Padres w/ 4 games left in AFL schedule.
FELIPE BLANCO
inf
Acquired: Signed by the San Diego Padres as an international free agent on November 16, 2010
School: N/A
Last Game: 0-1
Series: 1-4
Road Trip/Homestand: 2-7
•6th pro season in age 22 season
Current Hit Streak:
•Played 2 games with El Paso in mid-June before being reassigned to San Antonio Longest Hit Streak: 2 (7/28-7/30)
•Spent most of 2016 with High-A Lake Elsinore after being transferred from Padres
Last Home Run: 7/30/16 @ LV
Extended Spring Training on April 21
•Split 2015 between Lake Elsinore and Single-A Fort Wayne
BLANCO 2016 SEASON HIGHS
•Played most of his career at the middle-infield positions with over 150 games
H:
1
(2x)
SO: 2 (2x)
played at shortstop & over 100 games at second base; also 23 games at third base
R: 1 (3x)
BB: 1 (6/18 @SAC)
•Had not played above Single-A prior to 2016
RBI: 2 (7/30 @ LV) SB:
Auston Bousfield
Of
Acquired: Selected by the San Diego Padres in the 5th Round of 2014 draft
School: University of Mississippi (“Ole Miss”)
• Third professional season
• Started 2016 at Double-A San Antonio where he played in 67 games for the Missions
• Began 2015, first full pro season, at Class-A (Adv) with an August 19 promotion to San Antonio
• Filled roster spot left in San Antonio by OF Hunter Renfroe who was called up to El Paso & OF
Travis Jankowski was recalled by Padres on same day
• 2014 Short-Season All-Star w/ Eugene Emeralds
• Played on 2014 Ole Miss College World Series team that advanced to National Semi-finals, lost to
Vanderbilt
• Rebels won 4 elimination games in a row w/ the help of “Rally Ninja Turtles”
• Played summer baseball for the Orlando Scorpions in high school, same traveling team as Padres
minor league pitcher Michael Kelly
MIGUEL DEL CASTILLO
Acquired: Resigned with the Padres on a Minor League contract on December 29, 2015
School: N/A
C
Last Game: 0-4
Series: 1-8
Road Trip/Homestand: 4-23
Current Hit Streak:
Longest Hit Streak: 3 (2x)
Last Home Run: 5/27/16 vs. ARK (AA)
BOUSFIELD 2016 SEASON HIGHS
H: 3 (7/5 @ ALB) SO: 3 (2x)
R: 1 (8x)
BB: 2 (7/9 @ SL)
RBI: 3 (7/5 @ ALB) SB: 1 (7/9 @ SL)
Last Game: 0-1
Series: 0-2
Road Trip/Homestand: 0-8
•Eighth pro season
•Originally signed w/ the Padres as an international free agent from the Dominican Repub- Current Hit Streak: 0-for-last-11
Longest Hit Streak: 5 (6/25-7/16)
lic on March 6, 2009
•Placed on El Paso’s roster for their March 31, 2016 exhibition game against the San Diego
Last Home Run: 9/6/15 @ VIS (CAL)
Padres at Southwest University Park
•Began 2016 at High-A Lake Elsinore; promoted to San Antonio on June 9
•Split time between Class-A Advanced Lake Elsinore and full season Class-A Fort Wayne DEL CASTILLO 2016 SEASON HIGHS
H: 1 (5x)
SO: 2 (6/25 @REN)
during the 2015 season
R:
2
(7/7
@
SL)
BB: 1 (3x)
•Named a Northwest League All-Star in 2014 with the Eugene Emeralds
RBI:
1
(6/25
@
REN)
SB:
•Played the 2009-2011 seasons in the Dominican Summer League
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POSITION PLAYER BIOS (CONT’D)
Diego Goris
INf
Last Game: 1-4, HR
Acquired: 2012 Rule 5 Draft (Triple-A phase) selection by San Diego Padres from Kansas City Roy- Series: 2-8
als
School: N/A Road Trip/Homestand: 5-33
• Ninth professional season; 2nd stint of 2016 w/ El Paso
• Spent May 20-June 3 at Padres Extended Spring Training; joined Double-A San Antonio on June 4 & Current Hit Streak: 3 (7/29- )
split time at catcher, first & third base
Longest Hit Streak: 7 (5/12-6/26)
• Rounded the bases twice for El Paso on May 9 via HR & scored on a misplayed single
• Spent most of 2015 with San Antonio & began 2016 w/ Missions
Last Home Run: 7/31/16 @ LV
• Played in 5 games with Chihuahuas in early August 2015, recorded at least one hit in each game
• Padres Organization All-Star and California League All-Star in 2014
GORIS 2016 SEASON HIGHS
• Signed out of Dominican Republic by Pittsburgh Pirates in May 2008
• Traded by the Pirates w/ pitcher Brooks Pounders to the Royals for Yamaico Navarro on Dec. 7, 2011 H: 3 (6/28 @ REN) SO: 2 (7x)
R: 2 (3x)
BB: 2(5/15vsNEW)
• Played four seasons in Dominican Summer League before coming to U.S. in 2012
RBI: 3 (2x)
SB:
• Dominican Summer League-leader in hits in 2011 (93 hits in 68 games)
Austin Hedges
c
Acquired: Drafted by San Diego Padres in 2nd Round of 2011 First-Year Player Draft
School: Junipero Serra High School (San Diego, CA)
Last Game: DNP
Series: 1-5
Road Trip/Homestand: 4-29
• Sixth professional season
• Named PCL Player of the Week in back-to-back weeks on June 26 & July 3 when he hit 10 HR & drove in 28 runs
Current Hit Streak: 3 (7/28- )
in 12 games; first player since to be honored in consecutive weeks since John Bowker in 2009
Longest Hit Streak: 14 (6/16-7/1)
• Missed 48 games in 2016 after surgery to repair a broken hamate bone (hand)
• Began 2015 as the Padres top prospect, played 21 games w/ the Chihuahuas & spent most of season with Padres
• Hit .383 at Southwest University Park in 2015
Last Home Run: 7/18/16 vs. MEM
• Played Winter League in Dominican Republic after 2015 season
• Made MLB debut in San Francisco on May 4, 2015 after call-up from El Paso
HEDGES 2016 SEASON HIGHS
• Appeared as a pinch-hitter against Giants ace Madison Bumgarner
• Recorded first Big League hit & RBI on May 6 against the Giants, capping off 5-run inning for Padres; started first H: 4 (7/3 vs. REN) SO: 2 (5x)
MLB game at catcher
R: 3 (3x)
BB: 1 (11x)
• Played for U.S. Team in 2013 Futures game opposite of former Chihuahuas OF Yeison Asencio
RBI:
8
(7/10
@
SL)
SB:
• Minor League All-Star in 2014 (San Antonio) & 2012 (Fort Wayne)
Taylor Lindsey
inf
Last Game: 1-4, RBI
Acquired: Traded July 19, 2014 from LA Angels w/ INF Jose Rondon, RHP R.J. Alvarez, and RHP El- Series: 2-7
liot Morris for RHP Huston Street and RHP Trevor Gott School: Desert Mountain HS (Scottsdale, AZ) Road Trip/Homestand: 6-30
• Seventh professional season; opened 2016 at Double-A San Antonio
• Hit the first cycle in Chihuahuas history on July 19, 2016 at Southwest University Park vs. Memphis
Current Hit Streak: 2 (7/30- )
• The Angles drafted him 37th overall in 2010 out of high school as a Compensation A pick, the same year
Longest Hit Streak: 5 (7/15-7/19)
Bryce Harper went No. 1 overall to Washington, Noah Syndergaard selected by Toronto at #38 & Padres
Minor League infielder Mike Olt was chosen #47 by the Rangers
Last Home Run: 7/19/16 vs. MEM
• Opened 2015 with El Paso, playing in 33 games, and ended the season at Double-A San Antonio
• First reached Triple-A w/ Salt Lake in 2014; played in 75 games for Bees before trade to Padres & spent the
remainder of 2014 w/ the Chihuahuas
LINDSEY 2016 SEASON HIGHS
• Texas League All-Star in 2013 w/ Arkansas Travelers (Double-A Angels)
H: 4 (7/19 vs. MEM)SO: 2 (3x)
• Had career-best totals in home runs (17), walks (48), total bases (224), & games played (134) in 2013
R: 2 (6/28 @ REN) BB: 3 (6/28 @REN)
• Entered 2014 as the Angels top prospect & two-time organization All-Star with the Angels (2011-12)
RBI:3(7/19vs.MEM)SB:
• Had committed to play college baseball at Arizona State
Manuel Margot
of
Last Game: DNP
Acquired: Traded from Boston Red Sox w/ INF Carlos Asuaje, INF Javier Guerra, & LHP Logan Allen Series: 1-2
for Craig Kimbrel on November 13, 2015
School: N/A Road Trip/Homestand: 6-27
• Fifth season after signing w/ the Boston Red Sox as an international free agent on July 2, 2011
• Padres No. 2 prospect and No. 36 in all of baseball according to MLB.com
• Represented the Padres in San Diego as the lead-off hitter & starting center fielder for the World
Team at the 2016 Futures Game at Petco Park; Also played in the 2015 Futures Game in Cincinnati
• Hit an impressive .318 w/ three doubles in his first Big League Spring Training in 2016 before being
optioned to El Paso by the Padres
• Awarded the Eastern League Player of the Week for the final week of the Double-A season in 2015;
Hit .441 (15-34) with six extra-base hits including 2 home runs for Portland (Red Sox affiliate) & hit
for the cycle on September 6 (4-5, 5 RBI)
• Went 3-for-5 with a triple, home run and 6 RBI in his first pro game on June 2, 2012
• Enjoys listening to music in English to broaden his vocabulary
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Current Hit Streak: 3 (7/28- )
Longest Hit Streak: 16 (6/30-7/26)
Last Home Run: 6/30/16 vs. REN
MARGOT 2016 SEASON HIGHS
H: 3 (9x)
SO: 3(6/26 @ REN)
R: 3 (5x)
BB: 2 (3x)
RBI: 3 (4/26 @ SL) SB: 2 (3x)
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POSITION PLAYER BIOS (CONT’D)
Nick Noonan
INf
Acquired: Signed Minor League contract on February 8, 2016
School: Parker High School (San Diego, CA)
Last Game: 1-4
Series: 3-8
Road Trip/Homestand: 7-21
• 10th professional season
Current Hit Streak: 3 (7/26- )
• San Diego-native is a former Baseball America Top-50 prospect
• Began 2015 in Yankees system before a return to the Giants in August
Longest Hit Streak: 15 (7/2-7/19)
• Played 19 games w/ Sacramento in the PCL, 14 games for the Giants
• In four career games at Southwest University Park prior to 2016, 8-for-18 & 3 RBI; hit safely in all
Last Home Run: 6/4/16 @ FRE
four games as Fresno swept the series (April 28-May 1, 2014)
• Made MLB debut on April 3, 2013 as PH for the Giants at Dodger Stadium
NOONAN 2016 SEASON HIGHS
• Recorded first MLB hit against the Cardinals in San Francisco on April 7, 2013
SO: 3 (2x)
• Chosen by San Francisco Giants in 2007 draft as a Compensation A pick after the 1st Round (32nd H: 4 (6/5 @ FRE)
R: 2 (8x)
BB: 1 (14x)
overall pick)
RBI: 4 (5/7 vs. FRE) SB:
• Decided to turn pro after high school instead of play baseball at Clemson
Hunter Renfroe
Of
Acquired: San Diego Padres 1st Round selection (13th overall) in 2013
School: Mississippi State
• Named PCL Player of the Week on April 25, 2016; homered in 4 consecutive games
• Started both the 2016 Futures Game in San Diego & the Triple-A All-Star Game in Charlotte
• Birth name is Dustin Hunter Renfroe, fourth pro season
• Padres No. 3 prospect, No. 52 (No. 92 preseason) in Top 100 prospects according to MLB.com
• Ended 2015 in El Paso during their playoff run; 112 games at Double-A San Antonio
• Hit home runs in both Chihuahuas debut (8/19 @ MEM) & Southwest University Park debut (8/23 vs. COL)
• First promotion to Triple-A came after Travis Jankowski was called up to the Padres on 8/18/15
• 2014 accolades: California League All-Star (Single-A Adv Lake Elsinore), played for U.S. in Futures Game in
Minneapolis, and Arizona Fall League All-Prospect Team
• 2013 College World Series All-Tournament Team; team lost to UCLA in championship
• Set Mississippi high school record w/ 20 home runs his senior year; won 2010 state title
Hector Sanchez
Current Hit Streak:
Longest Hit Streak: 16 (6/26-7/18)
Last Home Run: 7/24/16 @ SAC
RENFROE 2016 SEASON HIGHS
H: 4 (6/27 @ REN) SO: 3 (5x)
R: 3 (6/24 vs. SL) BB: 3 (7/2 vs. REN)
RBI: 5 (6/12vs.SAC)SB: 1 (3x)
C
Acquired: Claimed by the San Diego Padres off waivers from the Chicago White Sox on May 11,
2016
School: N/A
• 10th professional season; first signed by the San Francisco Giants as an international free agent on July 12, 2006
• Began 2016 at Triple-A Charlotte, played two games for the Chicago White Sox before being DFA'd on May 6
• Played in 14 games as the Padres 3rd catcher & was hitting .313 before his 2nd designation of 2016
• Played entire career prior to 2016 in the Giants organization, played in the PCL with both Fresno & Sacramento;
made San Francisco's Opening Day roster 4 years in a row between 2012-2015
• Caught Tim Lincecum's second career no-hitter against the San Diego Padres on June 25, 2014 at AT&T Park;
Sanchez, Miguel Montero (Edwin Jackson for the Diamondbacks on June 25, 2010), & Jesus Montero (June 8,
2012 combined no-hitter by the Mariners) are the only Venezuelan-born players to catch an MLB no-hitter
• Backed up Buster Posey on the Giants 2012 Postseason roster & won the World Series; served as the Giants DH
in Game 3 of the 2012 World Series against Detroit at Comerica Park
• Made his Major League debut for the Giants on July 15, 2011 against the San Diego Padres in a 6-1 Giants win at
Petco Park
NICK TORRES
OF
Acquired: Drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 4th Round of 2014 First-Year Player Draft
School: Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
• Third professional season
• Ranked as the Padres No. 25 prospect, No. 20 preseason according to MLB.com
• Played most of the 2016 season with Double-A San Antonio; joined El Paso for 3 games in July
while Carlos Asuaje, Manuel Margot, & Hunter Renfroe were on the temporarily inactive list for the
Futures Game in San Diego
• 2016 Texas League All-Star; starting DH for the South All-Stars, went 2-5 w/ a double
• Texas League Player of the Week for May 30-June 5, 2016; 12-22 at the plate w/ 5 doubles
• Split the 2015 season between Low-A Fort Wayne & High-A Lake Elsinore
• 2015 Midwest League All-Star for Fort Wayne TinCaps
• Attended Cal Poly, same college as Baseball Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith & other Big Leaguers such as
Bud Norris, Casey Fien, & Kevin Correia
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Last Game: 0-4
Series: 2-9
Road Trip/Homestand: 7-40
Last Game: 2-4, HR
Series: 2-4
Road Trip/Homestand: 11-29
Current Hit Streak: 1 (7/31- )
Longest Hit Streak: 9 (7/16-7/26)
Last Home Run: 7/31/16 @ LV
SANCHEZ 2016 SEASON HIGHS
H: 3 (2x)
SO: 2 (2x)
R: 2 (5x)
BB: 2 (3x)
RBI: 4(2x)
SB:
Last Game: 1-3, 2B, BB
Series: 1-3
Road Trip/Homestand: 1-3
Current Hit Streak: 4 (7/8- ) 5-for-16
Longest Hit Streak: 4 (7/8- )
Last Home Run: 7/9/16 @ SL
TORRES 2016 SEASON HIGHS
H: 2 (7/9 @ SL)
SO: 3 (7/8 @ SL)
R: 2 (7/9 @ SL)
BB: 1 (2x)
RBI: 3 (7/9 @ SL) SB:
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RELIEF PITCHER BIOS
Michael Dimock
RHP
Acquired: Traded by Astros on June 23, 2014
School: Wake Forest
Longest Relief Outing: 3.0 (7/26 @ TAC)
Most Strikeouts: 4 (3x)
Last HR Allowed: 7/20/16 vs. MEM
Last 3 Appearances
Date
Opp
2016 Game Notes
SV/OPP: 2/3
Derek Eitel
RHP
Acquired: Signed Minor League contract on 12/31/15 School: Rose-Hulman (IN)
Longest Relief Outing: 3.0 (7/9 @ SL)
Most Strikeouts: 5 (5/23 @ IOW)
Last HR Allowed: 7/14/16 vs. NAS
Last 3 Appearances
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
Date
Opp
SV/OPP: 1/2
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
7/23
@SAC
-
1.0
2
0
0
0
1
4.45
7/24
@SAC
-
0.1
0
0
0
0
0
3.08
7/26
@TAC
SV
3.0
1
0
0
0
3
4.02
7/27
@TAC
-
1.0
1
1
1
1
0
3.20
7/29
@TAC
-
1.0
1
0
0
0
0
3.90
7/30
@LV
-
1.0
1
0
0
1
0
3.14
•Fifth pro season
•Missed first 50 games of 2016 due to suspension for
violating the Minor League Drug Prevention & Treatment Program
•37th Round pick by Houston Astros in 2012 draft; traded to San Diego in exchange for RHP Miguel Severino
•Made 49 total outings in 2015, 14 with El Paso
•Appeared in 3 of the 4 playoff games against Fresno,
allowing only 1 hit
•Just one run allowed and has one winning decision in 6
games at Southwest University Park
•Second most career saves (19) in Demon Deacon baseball history
•Seventh season; drafted by Arizona in 2010, Round 17
•Opened 2015 in PCL w/ Reno Aces
•Allowed solo HR to Chihuahuas C Austin Hedges on 4/15 at
Southwest University Park
•Sent to Double-A Mobile on May 5, released by D-Backs
on June 8, signed June 24 by Brewers, played for Double-A
Biloxi & released again on August 2
•Finished 2015 with the Wichita Wingnuts of the independent American Association
•PCL All-Star w/ Reno in 2014 sporting a 5-1 record and sub3 ERA
•College quarterback for 4 years at D-3 Rose-Hulman
•First athlete in Rose-Hulman history to be drafted in any
sport
Keith Hessler
Jason Jester
lHP
rHP
Acquired: Claimed off waivers from Arizona on 5/10/16 School: Coastal Carolina
Acquired: Padres 23rd Round draft pick in 2014
Longest Relief Outing: 2.0 (7x)
Most Strikeouts: 5 (6/26 @ REN)
Last HR Allowed: 5/27/16 @ ARI (MLB)
Last 3 Appearances
Longest Relief Outing: 1.0 (7/30 @ LV)
Most Strikeouts: Last HR Allowed: 4/29/16 @ MID (AA)
Last 3 Appearances
Date
Opp
SV/OPP: 1/2
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
Date
7/14
NAS
-
2.0
0
0
0
0
2
3.75
7/30
7/17
NAS
-
1.1
1
1
0
2
2
3.55
-
7/22
@SAC
-
2.0
1
0
0
0
1
3.29
-
•6th pro season
•Drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 28th Round of 2010
draft, but did not sign to return to Coastal Carolina for his redshirt
junior year; joined D-Backs as a non-drafted free agent on June 9,
2011
•Began 2016 at Double-A Mobile (D-Backs), made 7 appearances
before being recalled to Arizona to work two ballgames before
being DFA’d on April 30
•Pitched at 4 levels in 2015; began at Single-A Visalia, called up to
Mobile in May, joined Triple-A Reno on June 12, then made MLB
debut for D-Backs on August 8, 2015
•Pitched a 1-2-3 8th inning for Arizona at Chase Field against Cincinnati w/ strikeouts of Todd Frazier & Jay Bruce
•Made 2 appearances in El Paso for Reno on August 3 & 4; allowed
3 runs on 3 hits over 1.2 IP for the Aces
•Triple-A debut as a spot starter for Reno on August 14, 2014
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School: Texas A&M
SV/OPP: 0/0
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
-
1.0
1
0
0
1
0
0.00
• Third professional season
• One of 6 Texas-born players to play for the Chihuahuas (Adam
Moore, Burch Smith, Andrew Cashner, James Loney, & Daniel McCutchen)
• Pitched a scoreless 9th for the Padres in the Chihuahuas March 31 exhibition game against their MLB affiliate at Southwest University Park
• 2016 Texas League All-Star, one of 4 San Antonio Missions to appear
in the game; earned the save in the South's win w/ a scoreless 9th
• Spent all of 2016 at Double-A San Antonio before joining El Paso
• Played entire 2015 season w/ High-A Lake Elsinore; collected his first
6 professional saves in a career-high 38 appearances
• In 2014, elevated to full-season Class-A Fort Wayne after just two
outings at Rookie level in Arizona
• Set a single-season record for saves (14) by an Aggie his red-shirt
junior season at Texas A&M
• Spent first two collegiate seasons at Tyler Junior College where he was
a closer in 2010 and the staff ace in 2011
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RELIEF PITCHER BIOS
BRANDON MORROW
RHP
Daniel Moskos
lHP
Acquired: Signed as a Minor League free agent on Dec. 14, 2015 School: California
Acquired: Signed as a Minor League free agent on Feb. 19, 2016 School: Clemson
Longest Relief Outing: 2.0 (7/28 @ TAC)
Most Strikeouts: 7 (5/9/16 vs. FRE)
Last HR Allowed: 5/9/16 vs. FRE
Last 3 Appearances
Longest Relief Outing: 2.2 (2x)
Most Strikeouts: 3 (3x)
Last HR Allowed: 7/15/16 vs. NAS
Last 3 Appearances
Date
Opp
SV/OPP: 2/3
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
Date
Opp
SV/OPP: 0/1
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
7/24
@SAC
-
1.0
1
0
0
1
1
6.91
7/24
@SAC
-
1.0
0
0
0
2
1
3.74
7/28
@TAC
SV
2.0
0
0
0
1
2
6.06
7/28
@TAC
-
1.0
0
0
0
0
0
3.65
7/31
@LV
-
1.0
0
0
0
0
1
5.71
7/31
@LV
-
1.1
0
0
0
1
0
3.55
• 11th pro season; 5th overall pick by the Seattle Mariners in the 2006 draft
• Pitched only 8 games in 2015 for San Diego while battling inflammation in his
right shoulder
• Hit the Blue Jays DL in 2013 with an entrapped radial nerve in his throwing elbow; in 2014 he was sidelined with a torn tendon sheath in his right index finger
• Tossed 3 complete-game shutouts in 2012 until an oblique strain sidelined him
on June 11 & caused him to miss most of June & July of a potential Cy Young
Award season; One of four pitchers in the American League to throw at least
120.0 IP with an ERA below 3.00 that year (David Price, Justin Verlander & Jared
Weaver)
• Pitching for the Blue Jays, had a career-high 17 K's in a near no-hitters on August
8, 2010 in Toronto; no-hitter broken up by the Rays Evan Longoria in the 9th
inning
• Made Major League debut on April 7, 2007 for the Mariners, only 10 months
after being drafted; spent the entire year in the Seattle bullpen in 2007
• College teammates with former Chihuahuas infielder Josh Satin and Padres RHP
Tyson Ross at Cal
• Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when he was 18-years-old & is an activist for
people living with the disease
•10th pro season
•Played in the independent Atlantic League for the Lancaster Barnstormers in 2015
•His last tour in affiliated baseball was w/ the Albuquerque Isotopes for 9 games in 2014
•He was the 4th overall pick in the 2007 First-Year
Player Draft to the Pittsburgh Pirates; David Price was
#1 to Tampa Bay, Mike Moustakas #2 to Kansas City,
Josh Vitters to the Cubs at #3, Chihuahuas INF Nick
Noonan was the 32nd pick to the Giants
•Major League debut was April 30, 2011, tossed a scoreless inning for the Pirates at Colorado
Kevin Quackenbush
Eric Yardley
RHP
Acquired: 8th Round draft pick by the Padres in 2011
School: South Florida
Longest Relief Outing: 2.0 (2x)
Most Strikeouts: 5 (5/28 @ OMA)
Last HR Allowed: 7/16/16 vs. SF (MLB)
Last 3 Appearances
Date
Acquired: Signed as an undrafted free agent, July 21, 2013 School: Seattle
Longest Relief Outing: 3.0 (7/7 @ SL)
Most Strikeouts: 3 (7/7 @ SL)
Last HR Allowed: 7/16/16 vs. NAS
Last 3 Appearances
SV/OPP: 2/3
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
Date
Dec
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
ERA
6/2
SAC
-
2.0
3
1
1
0
4
1.80
7/24
@SAC
W
5.0
2
0
0
0
5
4.19
7/27
@TAC
-
1.0
1
0
0
0
1
1.50
7/28
@TAC
-
1.2
1
0
0
1
1
4.00
7/30
@LV
SV
1.0
3
2
2
1
0
3.86
7/31
@LV
-
0.2
1
0
0
0
0
3.93
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Opp
SV/OPP: 1/1
RHP
6th professional season
Made the first Opening Day roster of his career w/ San Diego in 2016
Spent most of 2015 in San Diego; 9 outings for El Paso
Entering 2016, has a career ERA of 1.56 in the Minor Leagues
Made his MLB debut on April 25, 2014 at the same time as former Chihuahuas infielder Jace Peterson when both players entered the game in
Washington DC as part of a double-switch to become the first players
promoted from El Paso to make their Big League debut for San Diego
Earned his first MLB save at Dodger Stadium on August 20, 2014
Recorded the first save in Chihuahuas history on April 3, 2014 in Reno
to wrap up El Paso’s 7-5 inaugural win
Reached Triple-A for the first time in 2013 in Tucson
Led the California League w/ 27 saves in 2012 while turning in an ERA
of 0.94 & making the league all-star game being instructed by pitching
coach Bronswell Patrick at High-A Lake Elsinore
Set a South Florida record for a relief pitcher w/ an 0.80 ERA in 2011
Threw no-hitters as a junior & senior at Jesuit High School in Tampa,
Florida
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•Fourth year in pro baseball
•Debuted at the Triple-A level on April 19 w/ 2.0 shutout
IP
•Began season at Double-A San Antonio; 3rd stint w/ El
Paso in 2016
•Pitched most of 2015 at High-A Lake Elsinore; called up
to San Antonio on August 28
•2015 Arizona Fall League Rising Star w/ the Peoria Javelinas, team managed by Chihuahuas skipper Rod Barajas
•Played independent baseball in the Pecos League after
going undrafted in 2013 before being signed by San Diego
•First Seattle baseball player to sign w/ a Major League
organization since the rebirth of the baseball program in
2008
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COACHING STAFF BIOS
Rod Barajas
Manager
• Fourth season of coaching or managing in Minor League Baseball, all w/ the Padres following a 17-year
playing career
• Began 2015 as the hitting coach for Single-A Lake Elsinore and replaced Jamie Quirk as the manager in
San Antonio when Quirk became the Chihuahuas skipper on June 17th
• Spent 14 years in the Big Leagues with the Arizona Diamondbacks (1999-2003), Texas Rangers (2004-06),
Philadelphia Phillies (2007), Toronto Blue Jays (2008-09), New York Mets (2010), Los Angeles Dodgers
(2010-11) and Pittsburgh Pirates (2012)
• The former catcher played in over 1000 MLB games and carried a career batting mark of .235
• Played for Team Mexico in 2009 World Baseball Classic; both parents are Mexican born
• Won 2001 World Series with Diamondbacks; hit a HR in 5th inning of Game 5 at Yankee Stadium
• Played for El Paso Diablos in 1999 and led the team in games played (127), batting average (.318), hits
(162), doubles (41), RBIs (95), and was second on the team in home runs (14); made MLB debut in ‘99
• Began playing career as minor league free agent in 1996, signed with Arizona Diamondbacks
• Born in Ontario, California and attended Cerritos College (CA)
• Married his wife, Stacie, in El Paso while playing for the Diablos and they now have eight children
Morgan Burkhart
Hitting Coach
• 10th season coaching professionally, fourth year with Padres organization
• Spent 2015 with Double-A San Antonio after two years in Fort Wayne
• Guided the 2014 TinCaps to lead the Midwest League in team batting average, hits, RBIs, & total bases
• Brings four seasons of managerial experience in Independent Leagues to El Paso
• Played parts of three Major League seasons w/ Boston Red Sox (2000-01) & Kansas City Royals (2003)
• Over 42 games at the Big League level, hit .248 (30-121) and 5 HRs; .296 w/ 240 HRs over pro career
• Singled in first MLB at-bat for the Red Sox off Mike Mussina of the Orioles, the same pitcher Rod Barajas
slugged his World Series home run against
• Began playing career playing for Richmond Roosters in Frontier League after going undrafted in 1995
• Three-time Frontier League MVP (1996-98) and won league Triple Crown in 1998 after hitting .404 with
36 home runs and 96 RBIs. The 36 home runs are a league & modern Independent League record
• Signed with the Red Sox following that impressive 1998 season
• Also played professionally in Japan (2002) and Mexican League (2004-06)
• Attended University of Central Missouri and won NCAA Division II National Championship
• His younger brother, Lance Burkhart, is currently managing the Lake Elsinore Storm
Bronswell Patrick
Pitching Coach
• Second season as the pitching coach for the Chihuahuas, ninth in the Padres Minor League system
• Serving as the pitching coach for the PCL at the 2016 Triple-A All-Star Game in Charlotte, NC
• Has instructed Padres prospects at every level except for Double-A San Antonio, making stops at Lake
Elsinore, Fort Wayne, Rookie-League Arizona, and former Triple-A affiliate Tucson
• Played four seasons in Pacific Coast League in Tacoma (1994), Tucson (1995-96), & Calgary (2000)
• Began professional playing career with Oakland Athletics as a 23rd Round draft pick in 1988 out of HS
• Right-handed pitcher made 38 Major League appearances for Milwaukee Brewers (1998) & San Francisco
Giants (1999)
• Made MLB debut on May 18, 1998 facing the Colorado Rockies after 10 years in the Minor Leagues
• Hit a home run on August 1, 1998 for the Milwaukee Brewers, became the first Brewers pitcher to hit a
home run in almost 40 years due to the team’s migration from American to National League
• Sammy Sosa hit his 61st home run of the 1998 season off Patrick on September 13, 1998 at Wrigley Field;
Sosa is the second player to match Roger Maris’ record of 61 home runs in a single season after Padres
Bench Coach Mark McGwire hit 70 home runs that same season
• Also played professionally in Mexican League (2001, 2003-05) and Korea (2002)
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THE LINEUP CARD
STARTERS BY BATTING ORDER
STARTERS BY POSITION
POS Player (Games)
POS Player (Games)
1
2
3
4
5
Margot (91), Asuaje (13), Amarista (4), Weeks (1)
6
Blash (23), Schimpf (16), McElroy (15), Hedges (13), Goris (11),
Noonan (6), Pirela (6), Asencio (5), Hagerty (5), Dickerson (3), Amarista (1), Satin (1), Bousfield (1), Torres (1), Sanchez (1), Lindsey (1)
7
Hagerty (19), McElroy (16), Gale (13), Goris (13), Noonan (9),
Schimpf (8), Satin (7), Lindsey (6), Pirela (4), Asuaje (3), Hedges (3),
Bousfield (2), Margot (1), Amarista (1), Olt (1), Dickerson (1), Torres
(1), Blash (1)
8
Noonan (28), Gale (22), Lindsey (12), Goris (9), Bousfield (8), Hagerty
(7), McElroy (6), Valenzuela (5), Asuaje (3), Del Castillo (3), Goris (2),
Schimpf (2), Satin (1), Blanco (1)
9
Pitcher (61), Noonan (23), Bousfield (7), McElroy (3), Gale (3),
Valenzuela (3), Asuaje (2), Lindsey (2), Del Castillo (2), Goris (1), Urias
(1), Blanco (1)
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
LF
CF
RF
DH
Asuaje (74), Weeks (8), Amarista (6), McElroy (5), Pirela (4), Goris (3),
Noonan (3), Solarte (2), Urias (2), Schimpf (1), Bousfield (1)
Renfroe (40), Dickerson (35), Pirela (16), Loney (10), Noonan (3),
Goris (2), Schimpf (1), Hedges (1), Asuaje (1)
Renfroe (61), Hedges (27), Dickerson (11), Sanchez (5), Blash (3),
Pirela (1), Loney (1)
Loney (27), Blash (26), Sanchez (17), Schimpf (13), McElroy (6),
Hedges (6), Dickerson (3), Hagerty (3), Pirela (2), Goris (2), Torres (2),
Amarista (1), Noonan (1)
Hedges (47), Gale (34), Hagerty (10), Valenzuela (8), Sanchez (6), Del
Castillo (4)
Loney (35), Hagerty (21), Sanchez (14), Lindsey (10), Dickerson (9),
Satin (8), Pirela (4), Schimpf (4), Goris (4)
Asuaje (84), McElroy (9), Goris (4), Pirela (3), Urias (3), Schimpf (2),
Amarista (2), Weeks (1), Solarte (1)
Schimpf (30), McElroy (25), Goris (20), Lindsey (10), Noonan (7),
Weeks (4), Gale (3), Asuaje (3), Pirela (2), Blanco (2), Amarista (1), Olt
(1), Solarte (1)
Noonan (66), McElroy (17), Goris (13), Amarista (9), Weeks (3),
Schimpf (1)
Dickerson (35), Blash (29), Pirela (16), Bousfield (8), Renfroe (6),
Asuaje (5), Asencio (4), Torres (4), Hagerty (2)
Margot (90), Bousfield (9), Renfroe (8), Amarista (1), Weeks (1)
Renfroe (81), Blash (17), Pirela (7), Bousfield (2), Margot (1), Asencio
(1)
Dickerson (9), Renfroe (6), Blash (6), Asuaje (5), Schimpf (4), Hedges
(3), Loney (3), Sanchez (3), Pirela (2), Goris (2), McElroy (1), Satin (1),
Hagerty (1), Del Castillo (1), Margot (1)
CHIHUAHUAS ROSTER BREAKDOWN
FIRST-YEAR PLAYER DRAFT
Player
Year (Round)
Auston Bousfield...................................... 2014 (5)
Jason Hagerty............................................ 2009 (5)
Justin Hancock.......................................... 2011 (9)
Austin Hedges........................................... 2011 (2)
Jason Jester..............................................2014 (23)
Casey McElroy..........................................2011 (11)
Kevin Quackenbush������������������������������� 2011 (8)
Hunter Renfroe.......................................... 2013 (1)
Nick Torres................................................... 2014 (4)
CLAIMED OFF WAIVERS
ACQUIRED VIA TRADE
Player
Date (From)
Carlos Asuaje................................ 11/13/15 (BOS)
Michael Dimock���������������������������6/23/14 (HOU)
Taylor Lindsey.................................7/19/12 (LAA)
Manuel Margot............................ 11/13/15 (BOS)
Jose Pirela...................................... 11/11/15 (NYY)
NON-DRAFTED FREE AGENT
PlayerDate
Felipe Blanco............................................ 11/16/10
Bryan Rodriguez........................................4/19/10
Eric Yardley...................................................7/21/13
Player
Date (From)
RULE 5 DRAFT
Year (From)
Keith Hessler.....................................5/10/16 (ARI) Player
Hector Sanchez.............................5/11/16 (CWS) Diego Goris...............................................2012 (KC)
MINOR LEAGUE FREE AGENT
PlayerDate
Miguel Del Castillo................................. 12/29/15
Derek Eitel................................................. 12/31/15
Frank Garces................................................12/6/15
Daniel McCutchen.................................. 11/18/15
Brandon Morrow.................................... 12/14/15
Daniel Moskos............................................2/19/16
Nick Noonan.................................................. 2/8/16
Aaron Northcraft.......................................3/11/16
Carlos Pimentel....................................... 12/16/15
Seth Rosin....................................................1/31/16
A CLOSER LOOK
RUNS BY INNING
CATCHERS BREAKDOWN
INNING
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
X
TOTAL
PLAYER
OPPONENT
96
78
68
54
60
79
42
60
37
3
577
DEL CASTILLO
GALE
HAGERTY
CHIHUAHUAS
62
49
101
79
88
63
57
90
48
7
644
PITCHERS BREAKDOWN
G/GS
CS/ATT
%
PB
6/4
1/6
16.7
0
34/34
14/35
40.0
2
12/10
2/9
22.2
1
HEDGES
47/47
14/46
30.4
2
W-L-SV
IP
ERA
R
ER
BB
K
HR
SANCHEZ
6/6
0/3
0.00
1
STARTERS
38-37
553.0
5.69
379
350
186
386
63
VALENZUELA
8/8
3/8
37.5
0
BULLPEN
24-10-21
397.1
4.01
198
177
188
398
31
TOTAL
109
34/108
31.5
6
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LAST TIME
BATTING
Five RBIs, Game.................................................. Renfroe, 6/12/16 vs. SAC
Six RBIs, Game........................................................ Hedges, 7/1/16 vs. REN
Seven-or-more RBI Game................................ 8, Hedges, 7/10/16 @ SL
Two HR, Game................................................. Sanchez, 7/18/16 vs. MEM
Three HR, Game.......................................................................................... N/A
Grand Slam........................................ Sanchez, 7/28/16 (Game 1) @ TAC
Pinch-Hit HR................................................... Dickerson, 5/23/16 vs. IOW
Inside-The-Park HR......................................... Dickerson, 8/16/15 @ NAS
Leadoff HR............................................................. Margot, 5/26/16 @ IOW
HR By Pitcher..................................................... E. Jackson, 7/2/16 vs. REN
Back-To-Back HR, Team..................Renfroe & Hedges, 7/24/16 @ SAC
Walk-Off Win........................................................................... 7/3/16 vs. REN
Walk-Off HR............................................................ Hedges, 7/3/16 vs. REN
Cycle......................................................................Lindsey, 7/19/16 vs. MEM
PITCHING
No Hitter...................................................................................................... N/A
One Hitter................................................................................................... N/A
Complete Game..............................Rodriguez, 4/26/16 (5 Inns.) @ SL
9 Inning Complete Game...................................................................... N/A
Shutout Win.....................................................................4-0, 7/31/16 @ LV
Complete Game Shutout.............Rodriguez, 4/26/16 (5 Inns.) @ SL
Position Player Pitching.................................. Lindsey, 7/23/16 @ SAC
Position Player Decision.......................................Win, McCoy, 6/14/15
10+ Strikeouts..............................................................Smith, 7/6/15 @ SL
DEFENSE
Triple Play.................................................................................................... N/A
5+ Errors............................................................................... 6/4/15 vs. OMA
RECORD VS. OPPONENTS
PACIFIC CONFERENCE
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
TeamRecord(All-Time)
Fresno....................................................8-4 (20-28)
Reno.......................................................9-7 (23-25)
Sacramento����������������������������������������8-8 (28-20)
Tacoma..................................................4-8 (24-20)
TeamRecord(All-Time)
Colorado Springs�����������������������������������0-0 (5-3)
Iowa.............................................................3-1 (5-7)
Oklahoma City����������������������������������������0-0 (4-4)
Omaha........................................................3-1 (7-5)
Pacific Conference North����������29-27 (95-93)
TeamRecord(All-Time)
Albuquerque��������������������������������������4-3 (19-20)
Las Vegas..............................................6-4 (23-19)
Salt Lake................................................8-4 (30-14)
American Conference North��������6-2 (21-19)
TeamRecord(All-Time)
Memphis���������������������������������������������������3-1 (7-5)
Nashville���������������������������������������������������1-3 (7-5)
New Orleans��������������������������������������������4-0 (8-4)
Round Rock���������������������������������������������1-3 (3-9)
Pacific Conference South����������18-11 (72-53)
Pacific Conference...................47-38 (167-146)
MONTHLY RECORD
MonthRecord
April��������������������������������������������������������������������9-12
May................................................................... 20-10
June.................................................................. 18-11
July.................................................................... 15-14
August����������������������������������������������������������������� 0-0
September��������������������������������������������������������� 0-0
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American Conference������������������ 15-9 (46-42)
DAILY RECORD
DayRecord
Monday�������������������������������������������������������������10-4
Tuesday��������������������������������������������������������������� 6-7
Wednesday�������������������������������������������������������� 7-4
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2016 Game Notes
CHIHUAHUAS 2016 HIGHS AND LOWS
TEAM MISCELLANEOUS
Longest Winning Streak ........................................................ 8, 5/30-6/6**
Longest Winning Streak, Home............................................. 8, 5/7-5/19*
Longest Winning Streak, Road.........................4, 5/25-5/28 & 5/30-6/6
Longest Losing Streak..............................................................4, 4/10-4/14
Longest Losing Streak, Home....................... 3, 5/20-5/22 & 7/14-7/16
Longest Losing Streak, Road..............................................4, 4/10-4/14**
Largest Winning Margin................................................... 12, 5/30 @ OMA
Largest Losing Margin.................................................... 14, 7/16 vs. NAS*
Largest Comeback To Win...........................................Down 6, 5/5 vs. LV
Largest Blown Lead.................................................8 runs, 5/14 vs. NEW*
Longest Game, Innings......................13, 6/13 vs. ALB & 7/2 vs. REN**
Longest Game, Time..........................................................4:45, 7/2 vs. REN
Longest Nine-Inning Game...........................................3:29, 6/28 @ REN
Shortest Nine-Inning Game........................................ 2:00, 4/30 @ FRE*
Most Errors...................................................................................................3, 6x
Most Errors By Opponent................................................... 4, 6/12 vs. SAC
Most Errors By Both Clubs......................................................................5, 4x
Most Consecutive Game W/O Error....................................... 8, 4/24-5/2
Most DP Turned By Chihuahuas........................................4, 4/22 vs. TAC
Most DP Turned By Opponent.......................................... 4, 6/16 vs. ALB
Most DP Turned By Both Clubs............... 6, 5/24 @ IOW & 7/2 vs. REN
Largest Crowd, Home.................................................... 9,822, 7/3 vs. REN
Largest Crowd, Road..................................................... 15,628, 7/4 @ ALB
Smallest Crowd, Home...................................................5,879, 5/9 vs. FRE
Smallest Crowd, Road....................................................2,126, 4/11 @ TAC
TEAM BATTING
Most Runs Scored................................................................... 17, 5/4 vs. LV*
Most Runs Scored, One Inning.............................................9, 5/4 vs. LV*
Most Hits................................................................................... 23, 6/5 @ FRE*
Fewest hits, Nine-Inning Game............................ 4, 4/14 & 7/27 @ TAC
Most Doubles...........................................................................6, 6/5 @ FRE**
Most Triples......................................................................... 3, 7/19 vs. MEM*
Most Home Runs.........4, 5/16 vs. NEW, 7/10 @ SL & 7/18 vs. MEM**
Most Extra-Base Hits..................................................................9, 6/5 @ FRE
Most Total Bases....................................................................... 36, 6/5 @ FRE
Most Consecutive Games W/ HR..........................................10, 6/26-7/5
Most Consecutive Games W/O HR......................................................3, 3x
Most Consecutive Games W/ Extra-Base Hit................. 96, 4/11-7/23
Most Walks...........................................................................10, 7/2 vs. REN**
Fewest Walks........................................................................................ 0, 11x**
Most Strikeouts................................................................. 15, 6/19 @ SAC**
Fewest Strikeouts......................................................................................2, 4x
Most Stolen Bases...................................................................3, 6/20 @ SAC
Most LOB..............................................................................18, 6/13 vs. ALB*
Fewest LOB............................................. 2, 4/22 vs. TAC & 5/31 vs. SAC**
TEAM PITCHING
Most Runs Allowed............................................................ 19, 7/16 vs. NAS
Most Runs Allowed, One Inning......................................11, 5/22 vs. RR*
Most Hits Allowed..............................................................22, 5/22 vs. RR**
Fewest Hits Allowed, Nine-Inning Game.................... 2, 7/26 @ TAC**
Most Doubles Allowed.......................................................7, 5/20 vs. RR**
Most Triples Allowed................................................................................2, 3x
Most HRs Allowed...................................................5, 7/14 & 7/16 vs. NAS
Most Consecutive Games W/ HR Allowed.........................7, 5/17-5/24
Most Walks Allowed.........................................................11, 4/29 @ FRE**
Fewest Walks Allowed.......................................................0, 6/19 @ SAC**
Most Strikeouts..................................................................15, 4/29 @ FRE**
Most Stolen Bases Allowed..................................................4, 6/28 @ REN
Most Pitchers Used, Game, Chihuahuas............................................6, 4x
Most Pitchers Used, Game, Opponent..............................8, 7/2 vs. REN
INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Most Runs Scored....................................................... 4, Urias, 7/10 @ SL**
Most Hits...........................................................................................4, multiple
Most Doubles......................... 3, Renfroe, 4/16 vs. REN & 6/2 vs. SAC**
Most Triples...................................................... 2, Margot, 7/19 vs. MEM**
Most Home Runs...... 2, Dickerson, Blash, Schimpf, Sanchez & Hedges**
Most Consecutive Games W/ HR.......................5, Hedges, 6/21-6/26*
Most Total Bases...........................................11, Dickerson, 5/16 vs. NEW
Most Runs Batted In......................................................... 8, Hedges, 7/10*
Most Walks.....................................3, McElroy, Lindsey, Renfroe, & Urias
Most Strikeouts........ 4, Pirela, 5/23, Dickerson, 6/18 & Blash, 7/26**
Most Stolen Bases....................................................................2, Margot, 3x
Longest Hitting Streak.................................... 29, Dickerson 4/18-5/31*
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Most Innings Pitched, Starter.................... 8.0, Rodriguez, 7/3 vs. REN
Most Innings Pitched, Reliever...................7.0, Castillo, 5/29 @ OMA*
Shortest Start.................................................. 1.0, Hancock, Pimentel & Rea
Longest Winning Streak..................................................4, Kelly, 6/19-7/5
Longest Losing Streak............................................. 5, Guthrie, 4/7-4/30*
Most Hits Allowed.............................................14, Garces, 7/23 @ SAC**
Most Earned Runs Allowed...........................11, Guthrie, 4/19 vs. TAC*
Most Home Runs Allowed............. 3, McCutchen, 5/7 & Garces, 7/23
Most Strikeouts, Starter..................8, Garces, 7/18 & Northcraft, 7/30
Most Strikeouts, Reliever.....................................6, Garces, 4/29 @ FRE*
Most Walks Allowed.............................................. 6, Garces, 6/7 @ FRE**
Most Consecutive Scoreless IP (Start).... 13.2, Rodriguez, 4/26-6/16
Most Consecutive Scoreless IP (Relief )..........9.2, Dimock, 6/25-7/10
Most Consecutive Scoreless Relief Appearances................ 8, Moskos
Most Consecutive Hitters Retired............................ 15, McCutchen, 2x
Most Pitches Thrown................................113, McCutchen, 6/28 @ REN
* - Team Record ** - Ties Team Record *** - Ties Team 9 Inn. Record
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Jason Hagerty
Josh Satin
Austin Hedges
Aaron Northcraft
Bryan Rodriguez
Louis Distasio
Johnny Hellweg
Ryan Schimpf
Felipe Blanco
Brandon Morrow
Fabio Castillo
Michael Kelly
Rocky Gale
Felipe Blanco
Miguel Del Castillo
Taylor Lindsey
Nick Noonan
Frank Garces
Hector Sanchez
Ricardo Valenzuela
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Edwin Jackson
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@ Las Vegas
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Round Rock
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@ Iowa
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Sacramento
Sacramento
Sacramento
@ Fresno
@ Fresno
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Sacramento
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Sacramento
Sacramento
Albuquerque
Albuquerque
Albuquerque
Albuquerque
@ Sacramento
@ Sacramento
@ Sacramento
@ Sacramento
Salt Lake
Salt Lake
Salt Lake
Salt Lake
@ Reno
@ Reno
@ Reno
@ Reno
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DAY-BY-DAY RESULTS
Result Record Streak L 13-9
N/A
N/A
L 8-0
0-1
L1
W 8-6
1-1
W1
PPD - Doubleheader scheduled for June 26
L 6-1
1-2
L1
L 6-3
1-3
L2
PPD - Doubleheader scheduled for July 28
L 9-3
1-4
L3
L 4-1
1-5
L4
W 10-3
2-5
W1
L 13-5
2-6
L1
L 8-5
2-7
L2
W 14-4
3-7
W1
L 11-7
3-8
L1
L 3-1
3-9
L2
W 5-0
4-9
W1
W 7-5
5-9
W2
PPD - Doubleheader scheduled for April 24
W 7-0
6-9
W3
L 6-5
6-10
L1
W 8-5
7-10
W1
W 9-0 (5 inn)
8-10
W2
L 4-2
8-11
L1
W 6-5
9-11
W1
L 3-0
9-12
L1
W 4-3
10-12
W1
L 6-3
10-13
L1
L 15-6
10-14
L2
W 17-6
11-14
W1
W 7-6 (10 inn)
12-14
W2
L 5-4
12-15
L1
W 6-4
13-15
W1
W 9-4
14-15
W2
W 8-6
15-15
W3
L 6-4
15-16
L1
W 4-1
16-16
W1
L 7-2
16-17
L1
W 12-10
17-17
W1
W 10-8 (11 inn)
18-17
W2
W 7-6
19-17
W3
W 7-6
20-17
W4
W 11-7
21-17
W5
W 4-3
22-17
W6
L 14-10
22-18
L1
L 13-11
22-19
L2
L 16-7
22-20
L3
W 6-1
23-20
W1
L 8-3
23-21
L1
W 9-1
24-21
W1
W 6-3 (12 inn)
25-21
W2
W 3-2
26-21
W3
W 7-2
27-21
W4
L 3-2
27-22
L1
W 12-0
28-22
W1
W 8-3
29-22
W2
W 6-5
30-22
W3
W 6-3
31-22
W4
W 7-6
32-22
W5
W 10-5
33-22
W6
W 10-6
34-22
W7
W 6-2
35-22
W8
L 7-1
35-23
L1
L 6-3
35-24
L2
L 4-3
35-25
L3
W 3-0
36-25
W1
W 11-3
37-25
W2
W 2-1 (13 inn)
38-25
W3
L 5-4
38-26
L1
W 6-3
39-26
W1
L 6-5
39-27
L1
L 5-4
39-28
L2
L 6-1
39-29
L3
W 7-1
40-29
W1
L 7-3
40-30
L1
W 11-6
41-30
W1
W 4-2
42-30
W2
L 10-5
42-31
L1
W 9-3
43-31
W1
W 7-4
44-31
W2
W 7-4
45-31
W3
L 6-4
45-32
L1
W 13-3
46-32
W1
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2016 Game Notes
Place
N/A
T-2nd
T-2nd
Note
1st matchup, both teams combine to hit 8 HRs in El Paso
Bradley K’s 7, Aces shut out El Paso
Asuaje hits 1st Triple-A HR, 1st win of 2016
3rd
T-3rd
Bats fall silent after 1st inning run
Dickerson & Asuaje go deep
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
Rainiers jump on Pimentel early
Rainiers complete sweep w/ 4-run 6th
McCutchen steals 2nd base & K’s 6 Aces in win
Renfroe ties single-game team record w/ 3 doubles
Reno’s 3-run 9th spoils El Paso’s Sunday comeback
Weeks falls a HR shy of El Paso’s 1st cycle
Rainiers gut Guthrie for 11 runs in 4th & 5th innings
Paxton out-duels McCutchen
Renfroe homers, Asuaje flirts w/ cycle
El Paso erases early deficit, splits series
T-3rd
T-3rd
T-3rd
T-3rd
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
4th
T-3rd
T-2nd
T-2nd
T-2nd
T-2nd
T-2nd
T-2nd
3rd
3rd
3rd
3rd
T-2nd
2nd
1st
1st
T-1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
Pimentel goes the distance for first career CG shutout
Asuaje, Dickerson, Renfroe homer on 3 consecutive pitches
5-run 5th fuels El Paso victory
Rain & 8-run 4th help shutout for Rodriguez
Grizzlies launch 3 home runs
Noonan’s sac fly in 9th spoils Fresno comeback
Fresno’s Hauschild silences El Paso’s bats
Dickerson sets team record w/ 13-game hit streak
McElroy misses the cycle by HR
Las Vegas roughs up bullpen, teams split 34 hits
El Paso sets single-game team record w/ 17 runs
McElroy scores on wild pitch in 10th for walk-off victory
EP loses lead in 9th after Loney’s go-ahead HR
4-run 8th, Noonan’s 4 RBIs lift Chihuahuas
Another 4-run 8th pads Mother’s Day win for El Paso
Goris round the bases twice w/ HR & misplayed single
5-run 3rd boosts 51s over El Paso
Guthrie goes 7 IP after leadoff HR to get W
Ynoa spins 8 superb innings for 51s
El Paso scores 8 in 3rd & fights off 51s comeback
Walk-off, pinch-hit HR by Schimpf
Valenzuela hits walk-off single
Dickerson slugs 2 home runs
Dickerson, Renfroe, Gale go deep
Down to their last strike, EP scores 2 in 9th on Solarte walk-off
Express pound Pimentel, led 12-0 after 2 innings
El Paso’s 8-run 5th not enough to hold off Express
Express score 11 in 3rd, cruise past El Paso
Dickerson’s pinch-hit HR pushes hitting streak to 21 games
Iowa scores 5 runs off bullpen
Schimpf & Loney drive home 4 runs each
Schimpf doubles home 2 in the 12th
Chihuahuas claim first place w/ 1-run win
5-run 8th pushes El Paso to 4th straight win
Chasers get 2 run off Castillo working in relief for 1-run win
Schimpf homers twice including a grand slam
Dickerson’s streak survives to 29 games
Dickerson’s streak ends at 29 games, El Paso wins on walk-off
Pirela’s HR & Renfroe’s 3 doubles back strong start by Garces
El Paso rallies for 5 in 7th & 8th to sweep River Cats
Chihuahuas hit 3 HRs, Pimentel gets 3rd straight win
Chihuahuas set team record with 23 hits
Schimpf homers in his 3rd straight game
Hauschild, Grizzlies silence El Paso bats; Margot adds 3 hits
El Paso can’t overcome early deficit, leave 12 on base
Blackburn outlasts rain, holds off Desert Gators comeback
Rodriguez throws 7 scoreless, Dickerson sets club record for career 2Bs
McCutchen allows 2 hits, K’s 7 over 6.0 IP, Renfroe drives in 5
Renfroe gets walk-off hit with 2 outs in the 13th
Isotopes tag Hellweg for 3 runs in his Chihuahuas debut
Asuaje goes 4-4, Renfroe adds 3 hits & Pimentel gets 6th win
Isotopes’ Jordan Lyles neutralizes Chihuahuas bats
El Paso’s early lead slips away in extra innings
Sacramento’s Mejia shuts down El Paso w/ 7 scoreless IP
3 straight HRs by Hedges, Blash, & McElory aid Kelly’s win in Triple-A debut
Williamson hits go-ahead HR off Dimock in the 5th
2-run HRs by Blash & Renfroe even score, Hedges seals it w/ grand slam
McCutchen turns in 7 strong innings, Hedges & Renfroe hit HRs
Hedges homers for the 3rd straight game
Hedges goes yard for the 4th straight night & Kelly wins home debut
4-run 4th inning & 4 shutout innings by the bullpen
Hedges homers in his 5th consecutive game
Aces stun Chihuahuas w/ 4-run 7th, win on Guerrero's HR
Chihuahuas route Reno on 21 hits, Renfroe hits grand slam
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Date Opponent 6/28
@ Reno
6/30
Reno
7/1
Reno
7/2
Reno
7/3
Reno
7/4
@ Albuquerque
7/5
@ Albuquerque
7/6
@ Albuquerque
7/7
@ Salt Lake
7/8
@ Salt Lake
7/9
@ Salt Lake
7/10
@ Salt Lake
7/14
Nashville
7/15
Nashville
7/16
Nashville
7/17
Nashville
7/18
Memphis
7/19
Memphis
7/20
Memphis
7/21
Memphis
7/22
@ Sacramento
7/23
@ Sacramento
7/24
@ Sacramento
7/24
@ Sacramento
7/26
@ Tacoma
7/27
@ Tacoma
7/28
@ Tacoma
7/28
@ Tacoma
7/29
@ Tacoma
7/30
@ Las Vegas
7/31
@ Las Vegas
8/1
@ Las Vegas
8/2
@ Las Vegas
8/3Tacoma
8/4Tacoma
8/5Tacoma
8/6Tacoma
8/7Fresno
8/8Fresno
8/9Fresno
8/10Fresno
8/12
@ Oklahoma City
8/13
@ Oklahoma City
8/14
@ Oklahoma City
8/15
@ Oklahoma City
8/16
@ Colorado Springs
8/17
@ Colorado Springs
8/18
@ Colorado Springs
8/19
@ Colorado Springs
8/20
Salt Lake
8/21
Salt Lake
8/22
Salt Lake
8/23
Salt Lake
8/24
@ Albuquerque
8/25
@ Albuquerque
8/26
@ Albuquerque
8/27
@ Albuquerque
8/28
@ Albuquerque
8/29
Las Vegas
8/30
Las Vegas
8/31
Las Vegas
9/1
Las Vegas
9/2Albuquerque
9/3Albuquerque
9/4Albuquerque
9/5Albuquerque
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Result L 15-12
W 8-6
W 9-2
L 5-3 (13 inn)
W 4-1
L 7-2
W 11-4
W 6-4
L 9-7
L 4-3
W 12-1
W 11-2
L 13-3
L 11-4
L 19-5
W 5-2
W 11-5
W 9-2
L 10-3
W 7-2
L 7-3
L 12-0
L 5-1
W 4-0
W 6-0
L 11-1
W 5-3
L 5-4
L 2-1
W 6-5
W 4-0
DAY-BY-DAY RESULTS
Record 46-33
47-33
48-33
48-34
49-34
49-35
50-35
51-35
51-36
51-37
52-37
53-37
53-38
53-39
53-40
54-40
55-40
56-40
56-41
57-41
57-42
57-43
57-44
58-44
59-44
59-45
60-45
60-46
60-47
61-47
62-47
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Streak L1
W1
W2
L1
W1
L1
W1
W2
L1
L2
W1
W2
L1
L2
L3
W1
W2
W3
L1
W1
L1
L2
L3
W1
W2
L1
W1
L1
L2
W1
W2
Place
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2016 Game Notes
Note
Aces out-slug Chihuahuas, teams combine for 31 hits
Sanchez socks 2 more HRs, Kelly wins 3rd straight start
Hedges hits two 3-run HRs, Pimentel gets 8th win
Aces knock in 2 in 13th off Hessler, Edwin Jackson jacks solo HR
Hedges delivers walk-off HR, Rodriguez tosses 8 strong innings
Murphy flirts w/ cycle for Isotopes; Renfroe launches 20th HR
Kelly wins 4th straight start, Bousfield collects 3 hits & 3 RBI
Amarista scores on a single & 3-base error
Bees capitalize on 3 El Paso errors as comeback falls short
Salt Lake holds off late rally by El Paso for 2nd straight night
Blash drives in 3 on a pair of doubles, Torres cranks 1st HR
8 RBI from Hedges sets new team record
Sounds slug 5 HRs in 10-run drubbing of Chihuahuas
Sounds drum up 9 runs off El Paso's bullpen
Nashville hits 5 more HRs in largest defeat in team history
Renfroe's 3-run blast backs Kelly's strong start to avoid sweep
Chihuahuas launch 4 HRs, Garces K's season-high 8 batters
Lindsey hits for the cycle, 1st in Chihuahuas history
Williams quiets Chihuahuas, Redbirds rough up Pimentel
Offense rallies behind McCutchen who overcomes 11 hits
Olivo's grand slam in the 1st hands Kelly his first Triple-A loss
River Cats 14 hits off Garces matches a team record
Chihuahuas face Giants Hunter Pence on MLB rehab
Yardley hurls 5 shutout IP while Renfroe & Sanchez hit HRs
Pimentel gets 10th win & teams w/ Dimock on 2-hit shutout
Former Chihuahua Joe Wieland stymies El Paso bats
Sanchez caps off 5-run 5th with grand slam
Teams exchange 4-run 4th innings in game 2 of DH
Kivlehan homers off Garces to lead off 8th to break scoreless tie
Northcraft fans 8 while Asuaje doubles & homers
Pimentel wins 11th on 2 hits & 6 shutout innings
@ Las Vegas 51s • 15

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