Alumni Report (AAA/MLB)

Our final look at the Alumni Report focuses on the two highest levels – the AAA and those in the Big Leagues.  Crazy enough, there are more former Boise Hawks in the majors than any other classification, a total of 28 players on current rosters, including eight alone on the Cubs roster.  Another seven players are currently playing at AAA that have seen time in MLB this season.

Major League Baseball (28)   # includes MILB stats

 POS  YEAR           NAME                               TEAM                         STATS

P      1999             John Lackey                      Boston                       60 Day DL (Tommy John Surgery)

P      1999             Francisco Rodriguez          Milwaukee                   53 G      2-6  5.48 ERA, 3 SV, 46 K in 47.2 IP

P      2000             Joel Peralta                       Tampa Bay                 52 G      1-4  3.80 ERA, 2 SV, 56 K in 45.0 IP

P      2002             Ricky Nolasco                   Miami                         22 G      8-11  4.95 ERA, 86 K in 131.0 IP

P      2002/03         Rich Hill                             Boston                       17 G      1-0  2.63 ERA, 11 K in 13.2 IP (DL)

P      2002/03         Clay Rapada                      New York (AL)             51 G      2-0  2.70 ERA, 28 K in 30.0 IP

P      2003             Sean Marshall                    Cincinnati                    50 G      4-3  2.34 ERA, 9 SV, 49 K in 42.1 IP

P      2004/05/06    Darin Downs                      Detroit                        38 G #    1-2  2.35 ERA, 46 K in 39.1 IP

P      2004/06         Jerry Blevins                      Oakland                      41 G      4-1  2.45 ERA, 45 K in 47.2 IP

P      2006             Jose Ceda                         Miami                         60-Day DL (Tommy John Surgery)

P      2006             Jeff Samardzija                  Chicago (NL)               21 G      7-9  4.37 ERA, 124 K in 125.2 IP

P      2007             Alberto Cabrera                  Chicago (NL)               40 G #    4-1  3.71 ERA, 80 K in 57.2 IP

P      2008             Jeff Beliveau                     Chicago (NL)               40 G #    4-5  3.83 ERA, 53 K in 47.1 IP

P      2008             Andrew Cashner                 San Diego                  33 G #    5-3  3.21 ERA, 67 K in 51.0 IP (DL)

P      2008             Chris Carpenter                  Boston                       60-Day DL (Tommy John Surgery)

P      2009             Brooks Raley                     Chicago (NL)               23 G #    6-11  4.11 ERA, 102 K in 134.2 IP

C      2002             Geovany Soto                   Texas                         56 G      .200  6 HR 16 RBI, 7 2B

C      2002             Robinson Chirinos              Tampa Bay                 60-Day DL (Concussion Symptoms)

C      2006/07         Steve Clevenger                 Chicago (NL)               47 G      .236  1 HR 15 RBI, 9 2B                .

C      2006             Welington Castillo              Chicago (NL)               62 G #    .266  11 HR 35 RBI, 8 2B

IF      2002             Ronny Cedeno                   New York (NL)             48 G      .295  3 HR 20 RBI, 9 2B

IF      2008             Marwin Gonzalez                Houston                     60 G      .253  2 HR 9 RBI, 9 2B

IF      2008             Ryan Flaherty                     Baltimore                    60 G      .205  4 HR 11 RBI

IF      2008             Josh Harrison                    Pittsburgh                   68 G      .243  3 HR 11 RBI, 8 2B

IF      2008             Josh Vitters                       Chicago (NL)               113 G #  .300  17 HR 70 RBI, 33 2B

OF    2006             Tyler Colvin                        Colorado                    85 G      .274  13 HR 43 RBI, 14 2B

OF    2007             Brandon Guyer                   Tampa Bay                 41 G      .270  3 HR  13 RBI (60-Day DL)

OF    2009             Brett Jackson                    Chicago (CHC)            109 G #  .251  15 HR 47 RBI, 22 2B, 27 SB

 AAA (24)  ( * Combined with MLB Numbers, # MLB Rehab)

 POS  YEAR           NAME                               TEAM                         STATS

P      1996             Ramon Ortiz                       Empire State (NYY)     22 G      9-5  3.20 ERA, 82 K in 138.0 IP

P      2001             Angel Guzman                   Albuquerque (LAD)      22 G      2-1  4.50 ERA, 17 K in 22.1 IP

P      2002             Randy Wells                      Iowa (CHC)                 21 G *    4-5  6.32 ERA, 43 K in 72.0 IP

P      2003             Ronnie Bay                        Tucson (SD)               21 G      2-7  5.12 ERA, 50 K in 89.2 IP

P      2005             Mitch Atkins                       Syracuse (WAS)          24 G      6-8  4.78 ERA, 78 K in 105.1 IP

P      2005             Donnie Veal                       Charlotte (CHW)          35 G *    6-3  2.13 ERA, 57 K in 49.0 IP

P      2007             Al Alburquerque                 Toledo (DET)              6 G   #   0-0  5.40 ERA, 12 K in 5.1 IP

P      2007             Blake Parker                      Iowa (CHC)                 18 G #    1-0  1.62 ERA, 15 K in 18.1 IP

P      2008             Casey Coleman                  Iowa (CHC)                 29 G *    2-6  5.62 ERA, 68 K in 80.2 IP

P      2008             Jay Jackson                      Iowa (CHC)                 30 G      2-6  6.87 ERA, 71 K in 76.0 IP

P      2008             Erik Hamren                       Tucson (SD)               49 G      2-5  3.14 ERA, 10 SV, 68 K in 51.2 IP

P      2008             Marcus Hatley                    Iowa (CHC)                 33 G      3-1  3.63 ERA, 4 SV, 57 K in 52.1 IP

P      2009             Chris Rusin                        Iowa (CHC)                 22 G      7-8  4.81 ERA, 81 K in 121.2 IP

C      2006             Blake Lalli                          Iowa (CHC)                 85 G *    .236  6 HR 36 RBI, 16 2B

IF      1999             Alfredo Amezaga               Iowa (CHC)                 93 G      .263  5 HR 35 RBI, 13 2B

IF      2006             Russ Canzler                      Columbus (CLE)          109 G     .261  16 HR 60 RBI, 28 2B

IF      2007             Tony Thomas                     Pawtucket (BOS)         50 G      .247  7 HR 21 RBI, 8 2B

IF      2007             Josh Donaldson                Sacramento (OAK)      76 G *    .262  13 HR 51 RBI, 15 2B

IF      2009             Greg Rohan                       Iowa (CHC)                 110 G     .285  19 HR 88 RBI, 35 2B

OF    2002             Felix Pie                            Gwinnett (ATL)            76 G      .294  5 HR 43 RBI, 19 2B

OF    2004             Lou Montanez                    Memphis (STL)            78 G      .254  1 HR 17 RBI, 7 2B

OF    2005             Jesus Valdez                     Harrisburg (WAS)        99 G      .291  8 HR 49 RBI, 24 2B

OF    2007             Ty Wright                           Iowa (CHC)                 73 G      .295  6 HR 37 RBI, 20 2B

OF    2008             Tony Campana                   Iowa (CHC)                 86 G *    .267  1 HR 8 RBI, 6 2B, 36 SB

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