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Writing and Layout: Stephen Rice Cover: Jonathan Bravo

CONTENTS

Fresno Grizzlies Front Office . ............................................................................................. 5 2022 Fresno Grizzlies Coaching Staff ..................................................................................................................6-12 Player Bios......................................................................................................................13-38 Future Players to Watch..................................................................................................39-40 2021 Season Review Roster. ............................................................................................................................41-42 Statistics.........................................................................................................................43-44 Day-by-Day.....................................................................................................................45-46 Bear Bites. ........................................................................................................................... 47 Game Highs/Lows. .............................................................................................................. 48 History & Records Fresno Baseball History..................................................................................................49-50 Season by Season..........................................................................................................51-52 Grizzlies Team Records. ...................................................................................................... 53 Grizzlies Single-Season Records....................................................................................54-56 Grizzlies Career Records. .................................................................................................... 57 Award Winners................................................................................................................58-59 All-Time Grizzlies Roster.................................................................................................60-63 All-Time Grizzlies MLB Roster........................................................................................64-70 Year-by-Year Statistic Totals................................................................................................ 71 Opening Day Lineups. ....................................................................................................72-73 Colorado Rockies Organization Minor League Affiliates . ..................................................................................................74-75 2021 Minor League Affiliates Statistics ................................................................................ 76 California League California League Opponents.........................................................................................77-85 Chukchansi Park & Media Relations Stadium Info....................................................................................................................86-87 Media Guidelines............................................................................................................88-90 Pre-Game Schedule. ........................................................................................................... 91 2022 TV Schedule................................................................................................................ 92 2022 Grizzlies Promotions................................................................................................... 93 2022 Full Schedule. .............................................................................................. Back Cover

The Fresno Grizzlies are the reigning Low-A West/California League regular-season champions and a proud affiliate of the Colorado Rockies organization. The team plays at Chukchansi Park in Downtown Fresno, which is also a year-round community venue that hosts a myriad of other special events includ- ing concerts, high school sporting events, and over 100 non-profit community events annually. The 2022 season will mark the team’s 20th year in Downtown Fresno and 24th baseball season since their inception in 1998.

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Fresno Grizzlies Front Office

Ownership Operated by Fresno Sports and Events, LLC. Executive Management

Managing General Partner..................................................................................................... Michael Baker Chief Financial Officer ........................................................................................................... Michael Moran President..................................................................................................................................Derek Franks Assistant General Manager.................................................................................................... Andrew Milios Corporate Partnerships Director, Corporate Partnerships.............................................................................................. Steven Lane Partnership Marketing. ..............................................................................................................Evan Harley Ticket Office Director, Ticket Operations........................................................................................................Eric Moreno Director, Ticket Sales............................................................................................................Jesse Sanchez Director, Premium Hospitality. .................................................................................................Jon Stockton Membership Services Team................................................................................................David Mickelson Membership Services Team.........................................................................................................Julian Talai Marketing & Communications Director, Marketing & Communications...............................................................................Jonathan Bravo Media Relations Coordinator.................................................................................................. Stephen Rice Broadcaster. ...................................................................................................................... Doug Greenwald Entertainment Manager. ................................................................................................................ Ray Ortiz Operations Director of Operations. .......................................................................................................... Abbie Lawson Director of Stadium Operations........................................................................................ Harvey Kawasaki Assistant Director of Operations.........................................................................................Bayley Coleman Stadium Maintenence Manager..................................................................................................... Ira Calvin Operations Manager...........................................................................................................Jason Espindula Head Groundskeeper.............................................................................................................. David Jacinto Assistant Head Groundskeeper............................................................................................... Isidro Cortes Home Clubhouse Manager.................................................................................................. Conlin McGuire Visiting Clubhouse Manager.................................................................................................... Julian Banda Team Store Manager................................................................................................. Jeremiah Cunningham Housekeeping.....................................................................................................................Cheryl Gonzales Finance VP of Finance & Operations.....................................................................................................Allison Farrell Office Receptionist/Office Manager .................................................................................................... Norma Mata Professional Sports Catering Director of Food & Beverage. ..................................................................................................... Nick Geyer Premiums Manager............................................................................................................... Antonio Garcia Executive Chef......................................................................................................................... Robert Vieira

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Robinson cancel - 2022 grizzlies manager

2022 Coaching Staff Manager Robinson Cancel will once again pilot the team after leading the Grizzlies to a Low-A West best 74-41 record and earning a playoff spot in his inau - gural season at the helm. Assuming the same roles in 2022 as well are Pitching Coach Mark Brewer and Hitting Coach Nic Wilson. Steve Soliz remains on the staff as well, moving from Development Supervisor to Bench Coach.

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MGR robinson cancel

Robinson Cancel enters his sixth season as a coach in the Rockies organization and his fourth as the manager with the A club. In his first season with the Grizzlies, he boasted a 74-41 record (.643 winning percentage), which was the best in Grizzlies franchise history and tied for third in Fresno baseball history. Cancel also won his 200th game as a MiLB manager on May 19th versus San Jose. During 2021, Cancel helped 14 players earn promotions throughout the season. Before taking over in Fresno, Cancel led the former Single-A affiliate of the Rockies, the Asheville Tourists for two seasons. The former Major League catcher put together his best stretch as a manager in the second half of the 2019 season. Asheville went 39-31 and finished only two games back of a playoff spot. During the offseason in 2018, he led the Tomateros de Culiacan in the Mexicana del Pacifico winter league. Prior to that, Cancel was a coach for Short-Season Boise in 2017, his first year with the Rockies. From 2015-2016, Cancel was a part of the Atlanta Braves system. He was at the helm for Rookie Level Danville (2016) and Gulf Coast League Braves (2015). Before becoming a coach, Cancel had a playing career. He was originally drafted by Milwaukee in 1994 as a catcher. Cancel went on to play parts of four Major League seasons with Milwaukee (1999), New York-NL (2008-09) and Houston (2011). The Puerto Rican native resides in Orlando, Florida, with his wife Lizvette and their three children: Natashka, Camila and Brianna.

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Manager Seasons Record Win% MLB Organization Robinson Cancel 2021-PRES 74-41 .643 Colorado Rockies Rodney Linares 2018 82-57 .590 Houston Astros Jim Davenport 1998 81-62 .566 San Francisco Giants Tony DeFrancesco 2015-17 234-194 .547 Houston Astros Ron Roenicke 1999 73-69 .507 San Francisco Giants Dan Rohn 2007-09 215-216 .499 San Francisco Giants Bob Mariano 2012-14 210-221 .487 San Francisco Giants Steve Decker 2010-11 140-148 .486 San Francisco Giants Randy Knorr 2019 65-75 .464 Washington Nationals Shane Turner 2000-01, 05-06 254-314 .447 San Francisco Giants Fred Stanley 2003-04 117-170 .408 San Francisco Giants Lenn Sakata 2002 57-87 .396 San Francisco Giants Fresno Grizzlies managers all-time records

ROBINSON CANCEL AND DREW ROMO - 2021 FRESNO GRIZZLIES

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BC steve soliz

Steve Soliz enters his third season with the Colorado Rockies system and his second with the Grizzlies. This season, Soliz will be the bench coach after working as the developmet supervisor in 2021. Last year, Soliz and Cancel facilitated one of the best fielding and running teams in all of professional baseball. The Grizzlies led Low-A West in 2021 in fielding percentage (.974) and stolen bases (221). The latter was a Grizzlies franchise record. In 2019, Soliz managed the Short-Season club in Boise. Prior to joining the Rockies, Soliz spent 15 seasons with the Angels organization. He most recently coached with the Major League team, serving as the catching and information coach. Before taking that role, he was the Halos bullpen catcher for eight seasons from 2003 to 2010. Soliz was originally selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 13th round of the 1993 First-Year Player Draft. He enjoyed eight professional seasons as a catcher with Cleveland (1993-99) and San Diego (2000-01). Over 473 minor league games, Soliz compiled a .236 batting average with 168 runs scored, 62 doubles, three triples, 13 home runs and 144 RBI. He was most notably a catcher in the 1998 Triple-A World Series. In the offseason, Soliz resides in San Juan Capistrano, California with his wife Heather and daughter Charlotte.

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PC mark brewer

Mark Brewer enters his ninth season in the Colorado Rockies organization and his second as the Fresno pitching coach . Last season, the 2021 Grizzlies pitching staff broke six records under Brewer’s guidance. This included team ERA (3.79), fewest hits (917), runs (506), earned runs (432), home runs allowed (83) and walks (394). A big reason for the success came from the bullpen, where they recorded sub-2.70 ERA and a 20-4 record in the months of July and August. Prior to spending time in Fresno, Brewer oversaw the arms in Asheville (2019), Hartford (2018) and Albuquerque (2017). Previously, he worked three seasons as the Tourists pitching coach from 2014 to 2016. In his first season, Asheville won the 2014 South Atlantic League Championship with a team ERA of 3.75. Before coming to Colorado, Brewer served as the pitching coach for Triple-A Buffalo in the New York Mets organization. He also has previous experience working in the systems of the Los Angeles Dodgers (1993-99, 2001-04), Texas Rangers (1999-2000), Kansas City Royals (2004-05), Pittsburgh Pirates (2008-09) and the Mets (2006-08, 2009-12). Brewer also has over 18 years of experience as a pitching coach in the Dominican Winter Leagues. He currently lives in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma with his wife Rosalba Reyna de Brewer and their four children: Nikki, Kasey, Andrew and Taussen.

anderson pilar and mark brewer

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HC nic wilson

Nic Wilson enters his third season with the Rockies organization and second with the Grizzlies as the hitting coach . Last year,

Wilson mentored top Rockies prospects Zac Veen and Drew Romo, helping the duo flourish in the first full professional season. Wilson served as a volunteer assistant and hitting coach for Eastern Kentucky University in 2019, where he received his master’s in sports science. Prior to that, Wilson earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Georgia State University, where he was named a second-team Louisville Slugger All-American after batting .322 with 18 home runs and 52 RBI as a senior in 2014. Wilson ranked fourth in the nation that season in home runs, was a first-team All-Sun Belt Conference selection and a two-time national player of the week. He was selected in the 24th round of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays. Wilson went on to spend the 2014 season with Rookie Level Princeton and the 2015 year with Short-Season Hudson Valley Renegades. While with Princeton, Wilson led the team in clouts. He currently resides in his hometown of Decatur, Georgia.

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AT justin wilson

Justin Wilson enters his second season with both the Colorado Rock- ies and Fresno Grizzlies as the athletic trainer . Prior to joining the Rockies system, Wilson spent three years (2018-2020) with the St. Louis Cardinals organization. Over the past three winters, Wilson has worked overseas in Puerto Rico for the Criollos de Caguas baseball team. They play in Liga de Béisbol Professional Roberto Clemente, which is compromised of seven teams. Wilson graduat- ed from the School of Athletic Training in 2016 from the University of Central Florida and then was a graduate assistant at the University of West Florida. Wilson enjoys fishing and golfing in his free time.

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benny montgomery - projected 2022 grizzlies of pic by timothy kreider

2022 Fresno Grizzlies Benny Montgomery enters the 2022 season as the Rockies #3 overall prospect. The 19-year old was se- lected 8th overall in the 2021 First-Year Player Draft out of Red Land High School in Lewisberry, Pennsylvania.

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Joe aeilts tyler ahearn HT: 6’2” WT: 202 B/T: R/R BORN: 8/25/98, palm beach gardens, fl OPENING DAY AGE: 23 original: 20th round in 2021

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2022: Enters second professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization. 2021: Started professional career with ACL Rockies (rookie ball)...appeared in five games, all out of the bullpen...saved two games, going 1-1 with a 2.25 ERA... allowed two hits, one via longball, his only run allowed on the campaign...did not walk a batter and struck out six. Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 20th round of the 2021 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Florida State University...spent four years at FSU, was drafted in his redshirt junior year... appeared 15 times all out of the bullpen in 2021, going 2-1 with a 3.48 ERA...matched career-high with five strikeouts against Pittsburgh on February 27th…season ERA of 3.48 was nearly two runs better than career mark (5.43)…allowed an earned run in just two of final 13 outings...in 2020, finished 1-0 with 1.93 ERA in six relief outings…struck out a career-high five batters against Mercer on March 3rd…in 2019, made 12 appearances, including his first career start, finishing with a 9.72 ERA in 16.2 innings…pitched a career-high 4.2 innings at Stetson on May 8th, giving up just one hit and no runs…in 2018, appeared in 11 games, pitching 18.0 innings with a 5.50 ERA…earned his only decision of the season against Boston College April 21...pitched a career-high 4.0 innings while allowing a run and striking out three batters in FSU’s 13-7 win at Fenway Park… played summer ball for the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod League...went 6-1 with a 2.30 ERA and 58 strikeouts in 44 innings for IMG Academy in 2017…ranked 138th in the Perfect Game rankings and was a third team All-American and first team All-Florida selection…prior to attending IMG for his senior season, pitched for Dwyer High in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla…parents are Kim Ahearn and Jeff Greenberg…graduated with a degree in interdisciplinary social science in 2021.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BBSO Rk COL 1 1 2.25 5 0 2 4.0 2 1 1 1 0 0 6 1 1 2.25 5 0 2 4.0 2 1 1 1 0 0 6

2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

Joe aeilts adael amador HT: 6’0” WT: 160 B/T: S/R BORN: 4/11/03, santiago, dr OPENING DAY AGE: 18 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2019

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2022: Enters third professional season with the Colorado Rockies organi- zation...listed as the Rockies #10 overall prospect. 2021: Played 47 games with ACL Rockies after recovering from a broken ha- mate that he suffered in instructional league play the fall before...batted .299 with an .839 OPS, smacking four homers and driving in 24 runs...scored 41 runs and stole 10 bases...drew a walk in 13.5% of his plate appearances. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. Personal: Was one of the top shortstop prospects available in the 2019-20 international signing period...signed with the Rockies on July 2nd, 2019...stood out in international competition on the Do- minican Republic’s 15U team at the Pan Am Championship in 2017...solid approach from both sides of the plate, good bat speed, rhythm and timing, which could lead to future pop and strong batting average...tons of speed, making him a threat on the basepaths...good instincts and hands that can lead him to move around infield.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS Rk COL .299 47 164 41 49 10 1 4 24 27 29 10 7 .394 .445 .839 .299 47 164 41 49 10 1 4 24 27 29 10 7 .394 .445 .839

2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

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Joe aeilts luis amoroso HT: 6’1” WT: 192 B/T: R/R BORN: 12/12/99, valencia, vZ OPENING DAY AGE: 22 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2017

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2022: Enters fifth professional season with the Colorado Rockies organi - zation. 2021: Spent the season with the ACL Rockies, appearing in 17 games (18.1 IP), all as a reliever...finished with 10 saves, going 0-2 with a 1.47 ERA...walked one bat - ter while striking out 23...had a 0.49 WHIP and hitters batted .129 against him. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. 2019: Split time between DSL Rockies and DSL Colorado, appearing in 11 combined games out of the bullpen...notched one hold and had a 3.00 ERA between the two levels. 2018: In first professional season, hurled 39 innings over 19 games out of the bullpen...struck out 29 batters and had a 4.38 ERA...did not allow a triple and induced three double play balls. Personal: Has continued to show improvement every season and at every new level...has shown consistency in throwing strikes and continues to gain speed on his fastball...his manager at ACL Rockies, Jake Opitz said he’s pairing his 95 MPH fastball with a wipeout slider...signed with the Rockies on December 5th, 2017.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BBSO DSLRk COL 5 2 4.38 19 0 0 39.0 38 24 19 3 4 16 29 DSLRk COL 0 0 2.25 2 0 0 4.0 2 1 1 0 0 1 3 DSLRk COL 1 0 3.27 9 0 0 11.0 10 6 4 0 0 4 11 Rk COL 0 2 1.47 17 0 10 18.1 8 7 3 1 3 1 23 6 4 3.36 47 0 10 72.1 58 38 27 4 7 22 66

2018 DSL Colorado 2019 DSL Rockies 2019 DSL Colorado 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

Joe aeilts ej andrews jr. HT: 6’1” WT: 210 B/T: R/R BORN: 9/28/00, long beach, ca OPENING DAY AGE: 21 original: 13th round in 2021

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2022: Enters second professional season with the Colorado Rockies or- ganization...looks to become the ninth Fresno State Bulldog to don a Fresno Grizzlies uniform (LHP Dean Hartgraves, ‘98, RHP Steve Soderstrom, ‘98-99, C Giuseppe Chiaramonte, ‘00-’01, RHP Mark Gardner, rehab, ‘01, OF Tom Goodwin ‘02, LHP Adam Pettyjohn ‘04, C Trent Woodward, ‘15 and ‘17 and RHP Justin Miller, ‘19). 2021: Started professional career with ACL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing in 16 games...bat- ted .250 with one double, three RBI, six runs and six walks...reached base four times on August 31 vs. Giants Black. Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 13th round of the 2021 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Fresno State...earned 2nd Team All-Mountain West honors in his last season (Junior) at Fresno State...played in 43 games, making 42 starts on the season in center field...hit .325 from the plate...ranked third on the team, finishing 18th in the conference with 54 hits...appeared in 14 games in 2020...made 11 starts in center field...appeared in 39 games as a freshman, making 15 starts with 13 of them coming in right field and two in left...hit .290 from the plate...prepped at Long Beach Poly High School in Long Beach...was a three-year team captain for the Jackrab- bits and hit .391 from the plate as a senior over 27 games...as a pitcher, tossed 29.1 innings and struck out 26... earned First-Team All-Moore League as a junior and senior...a member of USA Baseball NTIS Southern Califor- nia...business major at Fresno State...initially drafted in the 36th round by the Pittsburgh Pirates of the 2018 MLB Draft...enjoys bowling and spending time with his family.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS Rk COL .250 16 32 6 8 1 0 0 3 6 9 0 0 .368 .281 .649

2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

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Joe aeilts zak baayoun HT: 6’1” WT: 180 B/T: L/L BORN: 5/1/98, mission viejo, ca OPENING DAY AGE: 23 original: 17th round in 2019

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2022: Enters fourth professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization.

2021: Split time between ACL Rockies (rookie ball) and Hartford (AA)...in 10 games (six for starts) with ACL Rockies, went 6-1 with a 3.38 over 45.1 innings... struck out 50 batters and only walked 13 batters...assigned To Hartford on September 8th, appearing in three games, all out of the bullpen...went 0-1 in 6.2 innings. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. 2019: Spent first professional season with the Boise Hawks (A short), starting 10 games...went 0-5 with a 4.65 ERA over 40.2 frames...allowed four homers and five walks while fanning 34. Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 17th round of the 2019 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Long Beach State...drafted his junior season after a 3-9 record and 5.54 ERA...in 79.2 innings, fanned 47 batters.... made 17 appearances with 12 going for starts....in 2018, went 9-3 with a 3.58 ERA and earned All-Big West hon- ors...in his freshman year, was a standout reliever and helped the Dirtbags reach the Super Regionals...went 3-0 with a 3.22 ERA...went to Woodbridge HS in Irvine, California where he played for head coach Tim Murray...won Pacific Coast League MVP in 2016 after a strong senior season...made 13 starts as a senior in 2016, going 10-2 with a 1.53 ERA to lead the Warriors to a Pacific Coast League title...full name is Zakaria Yahya Baayoun.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BBSO A (short) COL 0 5 4.65 10 10 0 40.2 54 27 21 4 5 8 34

2019 Boise Hawks 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies

Rk COL 6 1 3.38 10 6 0 45.1 46 19 17 2 5 13 50 2021 Hartford Yard Goats AA COL 0 1 17.55 3 0 0 6.2 15 13 13 2 0 4 2 Minor League Totals 6 7 4.95 23 16 0 92.2 115 59 51 8 10 25 86

Joe aeilts warming bernabel HT: 6’0” WT: 180 B/T: R/R BORN: 6/6/02, bani, dr OPENING DAY AGE: 19 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2018

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2022: Enters fourth professional season with the Colorado Rockies orga- nization...listed as the Rockies #14 overall prospect. 2021: Split the season with the ACL Rockies and Fresno, appearing in 43 games...promoted to Fresno on August 2nd after winning ACL July Player of the Month...led the ACL in hits (28), RBI (28), SLG (.721) and OPS (1.151)...was second in homers (6) and batting average (.412) during July too...enjoyed a walk-off fielder’s choice on August 3rd against San Jose...batted .205 with six doubles in Fresno...showed promise at the plate in Low-A Championship against SJ...made multiple defensive web gems while in Fresno. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. 2019: Split time between DSL Colorado and DSL Rockies, appearing in a combined 55 games, batting .250 with four homers and 31 RBI...had a .707 OPS thanks to 16 walks and 19 extra-base hits. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on July 2nd, 2018...an agressive right handed hitter with tons of power...excel- lent hand-eye coordination, which allows him to make contact to all fields...moved from shortstop to third base exclusively in 2021 and will continue to develop at the hot corner...great footwork and excellent arm...only 19, so lots of room to improve.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS DSLRk COL .225 37 142 26 32 7 1 4 17 13 20 3 6 .309 .373 .682 DSLRk COL .300 18 70 11 21 6 1 0 14 3 9 0 1 .342 .414 .756

2019 DSL Colorado 2019 DSL Rockies 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies 2021 Fresno Grizzlies Minor League Totals

Rk COL .432 22 74 18 32 5 0 6 31 5 12 5 1 .453 .743 1.196

A COL. 205 21 83 9 17 6 0 1 7

7 14 4 1 .287 .313 .600

.276 98 369 64 102 24 2 11 69 28 55 12 9 .340 .442 .782

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Joe aeilts trevor boone HT: 6’2” WT: 210 B/T: R/R BORN: 9/9/97, oklahoma city, ok OPENING DAY AGE: 24 original: 18th round in 2019

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2022: Enters fourth professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization. 2021: Split the season with the ACL Rockies and Fresno, appearing in a

combined 41 games...played eight games with ACL Rockies, batting .308 with a 1.130 OPS...blasted five extra-base hits, driving in seven runs...stole three bases and scored nine times...assigned to Fresno on July 14 and played the rest of the year with the Grizzlies...batted .191 with five homers...showed tremendous power, which included a homer that hit the Toyota sign in dead center at Chukchansi Park...despite great power, struck out a lot... played the corner outfield spots and first base for Fresno. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. 2019: Spent the entire season with the Boise Hawks, appearing in 60 games...struck out 98 times in 60 games, but had 17 extra-base hits and 22 RBI. Personal: Has a career .386 slugging percentage...selected by the Rockies in the 18th round of the 2019 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Oklahoma State University...drafted his junior season and capped his collegiate career by earning All-Big 12 and All-Midwest Region First Team...played in college with 2021 Grizzlies teammate Colin Simpson...went to Memorial HS in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he played football (QB) and baseball.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS A (short) COL .215 60 209 22 45 12 1 4 22 15 98 4 4 .286 .340 .626 Rk COL .308 8 26 9 8 2 1 2 7 6 7 3 0 .438 .692 1.130 A COL. 191 33 110 13 21 4 2 5 18 7 50 1 0 .250 .400 .650 .214 101 345 44 74 18 4 11 47 28 155 8 4 .288 .386 .674

2019 Boise Hawks 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies 2021 Fresno Grizzlies Minor League Totals

Joe aeilts juan brito HT: 5’11” WT: 162 B/T: S/R BORN: 9/24/01, santo domingo, dr OPENING DAY AGE: 21 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2018

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2022: Enters fourth professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization. 2021: Spent the season with the ACL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing in 27 games...batted .295 with an .838 OPS, smacking three doubles and three long- balls...walked 15 times and stole five bases...had .943 fielding percentage (four errors). 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. 2019: Spent first season in professional baseball with the DSL Rockies, appearing in 35 games...batted .328 with an .894 OPS and 10 extra-base hits...stole 12 bases and drove in 26 runs. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on July 7th, 2018...compact, switch-hitting prospect with terrific feel for contact from both sides of the plate...has the ability to get on top of fastballs and put the barrel on inner-third strikes is enabled by his super short levers, making him tough to beat in the strike zone...projects as a second baseman long term.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS DSLRk COL .328 35 140 21 38 4 3 3 26 16 15 12 3 .403 .491 .894 Rk COL .296 27 109 20 26 3 0 3 11 15 21 5 4 .406 .432 .838 .314 62 249 41 64 7 3 6 37 31 36 17 7 .404 .466 .870

2019 DSL Rockies 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

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Joe aeilts mccad brown HT: 6’6” WT: 225 B/T: R/R BORN: 5/15/00, normal, il OPENING DAY AGE: 21 original: 3rd round in 2021

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2022: Enters second professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization...listed as the Rockies #29 overall prospect. 2021: Started professional career with ACL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing in four games (three starts)...hurled eight innings, allowing seven runs (six earned), striking out nine...career-high three scoreless innings in final start at ACL Angels (Sep - tember 16)...allowed two hits and did not walk a batter while striking out three. Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 3rd round of the 2021 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Indiana University...spent three years with the Hoosiers...in final season, anchored into the rota - tion for the first time...made 12 starts and had a 5-4 record with a 3.39 ERA...was an important piece of an Indiana pitching staff that finished No. 3 in the country in ERA...was named Second-Team All-Big Ten and Academic All-Big Ten...in 2020, posted a 0-1 record with a save over four appearances, including one start...in 2019, made two starts in midweek games his freshman campaign...allowed one hit and three runs in 2.2 innings of work against Wright State in his career debut...played for Chris Hawkins at Normal West HS, where he was a two-year letterwinner...was named the Big 12 Conference Pitcher of the Year and an All-State honoree... team won regional championships in 2017 and 2018, and a conference championship in 2018...went 8-2 on the mound, striking out 124 batters (single-season school record) in 61 innings with a 1.84 ERA...was also a four-year letterwinner in soccer.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BBSO Rk COL 0 0 6.75 4 3 0 8.0 10 7 6 2 0 3 9 0 0 6.75 4 3 0 8.0 10 7 6 2 0 3 9

2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

Joe aeilts jarrod c nde HT: 6’2” WT: 215 B/T: R/R BORN: 8/16/99, tampa, fl OPENING DAY AGE: 22 original: 17th round in 2021

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2022: Enters second professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization. 2021: Started professional career with ACL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing in four games, all out of the bullpen...over 3.2 innings, went 2-0 with one hold and a 2.45 ERA...did not walk a batter and struck out four.

Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 17th round (500th overall pick) of the 2021 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Florida Southern College (4-year private D-2 college)...Matt Joyce is a former product of the Moccasins...was a two-way player in college, but has only pitched since turning professional...in his final season at FSC, Cande started eight games on the bump and appeared in the field nine times...went 5-0 over 47.2 innings, striking out 39 batters...in 2020, appeared in nine games as a hitter and four as a pitcher...as a hitter, he slashed .250/.368/.438 with one clout in 16 at-bats...as a pitcher, he made two starts and two relief appearances…in 12.2 innings he fanned 16 batters while recording a 6.39 ERA…he struck out six batters in both of his starts…spent the summer with the River Rats in the Florida League where he had a 2.14 ERA in 21 innings...was second in the league with 31 strikeouts…as a hitter, had a .417 OBP in the FCSL...played two seasons at Santa Fe College...earned second-team all-conference hon- ors...batted a combined .278 with nine homers and 52 RBI in two years...made 14 appearances as a pitcher and recorded two saves...spent the previous two summers playing for the Sanford River Rats in the Florida Collegiate Summer League...graduate of Hillsborough High School...posted a batting average of .372 and an ERA of 2.20 with the Terriers...team was District Champions his senior year...last name is pronounced “CAN-dee”.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BBSO Rk COL 2 0 2.45 4 0 0 3.2 4 1 1 0 1 0 4 2 0 2.45 4 0 0 3.2 4 1 1 0 1 0 4

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Joe aeilts brayan c stillo HT: 6’0” WT: 145 B/T: R/R BORN: 9/11/00, santiago, dr OPENING DAY AGE: 21 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2017

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2022: Enters fifth professional season with the Colorado Rockies organi - zation.

2021: Had an appendectomy in spring training...stomach issues resulted in an intense infection and more surgery...was hospitalized for a few weeks and didn’t touch a ball until some point in extended spring training...started the season in August with the ACL Rockies, appearing in eight games (five starts)...went 3-1 with a 5.11 ERA, striking out 28 over 24.2 innings...went five innings, striking out five on August 21 at Diamond - backs...in three September outings, Castillo struck out 11 in 10.2 innings to go with a 1.69 ERA. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. 2019: Spent entire year at DSL Colorado, starting 11 games...went 2-7 with a 3.61 ERA...struck out 48 over 52.1 innings. 2018: Spent entire year at DSL Rockies, appearing in 13 games (10 starts)...went 1-3 with a 4.87 ERA...punched out 38 over 44.1 innings. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on July 2nd, 2017...at instructional ball, showed a 93-97 MPH fastball, a slider that showed more depth than tilt and a changeup in the high-80s...shows little emotion on mound and lots of ag- gression with his pitches according to Chris Forbes (Rockies player development).

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BBSO DSLRk COL 1 3 4.87 13 10 0 44.1 47 26 24 1 3 21 38 DSLRk COL 2 7 3.61 11 11 0 52.1 46 27 21 1 3 23 48 Rk COL 3 1 5.11 8 5 0 24.2 27 17 14 0 2 16 28 6 11 4.38 32 26 0 121.1 120 70 59 2 8 60 114

2018 DSL Rockies 2019 DSL Colorado 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

Joe aeilts joel c ndreay HT: 6’3” WT: 185 B/T: L/R BORN: 7/5/96, renton, wa OPENING DAY AGE: 25 original: 31st round in 2018

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2022: Enters fifth professional season with the Colorado Rockies organi - zation. 2021: Spent the entire season with ACL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing 10 times as a reliever...earned one save and has a 4.82 ERA...walks were a little high, but again, did not allow a homer...over three seasons, gave up one clout. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season...suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow that required surgery in January. 2019: Spent second straight year with the Boise Hawks, appearing 27 times out of the bullpen... went 5-1 with a 3.43 ERA over career-high 39.1 frames...allowed one homers and 15 earned runs while fanning 39...showed outstanding numbers in second professional season. 2018: Spent pro season with the Boise Hawks, appearing in 14 games, all out of the bullpen...threw 14 in- nings, earning a 4.50 ERA...allowed seven runs (all earned) on 17 hits and 11 walks while striking out eight...did not allow a homer. Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 31st round of the 2018 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Whitworth University in Spokane Washington (D-3, known as the Pirates)...was a shortstop in college, but was drafted by the Rockies as a pitcher (2.2 total innings)...had a partially torn UCL since the age of 15.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO A (short) COL 0 0 4.50 14 0 0 14.0 17 7 7 0 1 11 8 A (short) COL 5 1 3.43 27 0 0 39.1 35 19 15 1 3 8 39 Rk COL 0 0 4.82 10 0 1 9.1 9 5 5 0 1 7 12 5 1 3.88 51 0 1 62.2 61 31 27 1 5 26 59

2018 Boise Hawks 2019 Boise Hawks 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

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Joe aeilts jose c rdova HT: 6’0” WT: 180 B/T: R/R BORN: 1/11/00, guayana, vz OPENING DAY AGE: 22 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2018

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2022: Enters fifth professional season with the Colorado Rockies organi - zation. 2021: Spent the season with the ACL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing in 19 games...played 10 games at first base, six behind the dish and three as the desig - nated hitter...batted .405 with a .541 slugging percentage and .991 OPS. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. 2019: Spent the season with the DSL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing in 40 games...batted .341 with an .836 OPS...had 46 hits over those 40 games with 28 runs...swiped 16 bases in 20 attempts after not stealing a bag in 2018...pretty split between catching and playing first base...was a mid- season All Star. 2018: Split the season between DSL Rockies and DSL Colorado, appearing in 41 combined games...played majority of the year with DSL Rockies, smacking nine extra-base hits and picking up 19 RBI. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on June 4th, 2018...has continued to show positive development at every level in both hitting and fielding.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS DSLRk COL .309 32 123 16 38 7 1 1 19 6 16 0 2 .346 .407 .752

2018 DSL Rockies 2018 DSL Colorado 2019 DSL Rockies 2020 No Season 2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

DSLRk COL .219 9 32 5 7 0 1 0

5 3 5 0 0 .316 .281 .597

DSLRk COL .341 40 135 28 46 6 1 1 23 12 27 16 4 .414 .422 .836

Rk COL .405 19 37 3 15 3 1 0

4 2 8 3 1 .450 .541 .991

.324 100 327 52 106 16 4 2 51 23 56 19 7 .383 .416 .799

Joe aeilts yanqui l fernandez HT: 6’2” WT: 198 B/T: L/L BORN: 1/1/03, havana, cuba OPENING DAY AGE: 19 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2019

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2022: Enters third professional season with the Colorado Rockies organi- zation...listed as the Rockies #16 overall prospect. 2021: Spent the entire season with the DSL Rockies (rookie ball), appearing in 54 games…batted .333/.406/.531 with six wallops and was tied for the DSL lead in doubles with 17…never went hitless in two straight games and had only 26 strikeouts in 202 plate appearances...made 43 starts in right field. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on July 12, 2019...according to player development direc- tor Chris Forbes, he already has the perfect combination of adjustability and plate discipline… big frame and strong lower half…has power to all fields and could become a middle of that bat lineup kind of player…down the road, profiles as a right fielder or first baseman…there have been videos posted on social media that shows his insane power and size...a couple of Rockies minor leaguers have said he could have the most power in the system.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS

2020 No Season 2021 DSL Rockies Minor League Totals

DSLRk COL .333 54 177 29 59 17 0 6 34 22 26 0 0 .406 .531 .937 .333 54 177 29 59 17 0 6 34 22 26 0 0 .406 .531 .937

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Joe aeilts braxt n fu ford HT: 5’11” WT: 190 B/T: R/R BORN: 12/9/98, lubbock, tx OPENING DAY AGE: 23 original: 6th round in 2021

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2022: Enters second professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization. 2021: Started professional career with ACL Rockies (rookie ball), playing in 14 games...batted .267 with four doubles, 10 walks, eight runs and three RBI...stole two bases and was not caught once...threw out six of 14 baserunners.

Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 6th round of the 2021 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Texas Tech University...in last year at TTU, batted .264 with a whopping 14 homers, 12 doubles and 45 RBI (52 games)...in 2020, rock solid defensively as he allowed just four passed balls while receiving from scouts as one of the most powerful arms in college baseball...threw out two of six potential base stealers...finished with two multi-hit games and three multi-RBI performances... started the year with a season-long streak of eight games reaching base safely...recorded a season-high two hits in back-to-back games against Northern Colorado...in 2019, appeared in 64 of the team’s 66 games with 57 starts at catcher...hit .298 which ranked sixth on the team...blasted four clouts, nine doubles and one triple...drove in 34 runs and scored 35 times...had team-high eight hit-by-pitches...in 2018, started 26 of the 38 games in which he appeared with 25 coming behind the plate...starting catcher for the last 12 games of the season during CWS run...hit .193 with two doubles, a triple and a homer...compiled three multi-hit games...three-year letterwinner at Monterey High School for head coach Kent Meador...holds the record for highest batting average ever at Monterey (.571)...was named All-State catcher for Division 5A...2017 Elite Academic All-State and First Team All-District catcher in district 4/5A...2015 Second Team All-District recipient...son of Jai and Tammy Fulford.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS Rk COL .267 14 30 8 8 4 0 0 3 10 14 2 0 .488 .400 .888 .267 14 30 8 8 4 0 0 3 10 14 2 0 .488 .400 .888

2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

Joe aeilts Francisco garcia HT: 6’0” WT: 190 B/T: R/R BORN: 11/10/02, san pedro de macoris, dr OPENING DAY AGE: 19 original: signed as int’l udfa in 2019

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2022: Enters third professional season with the Colorado Rockies orga- nization. 2021: Spent the entire season with DSL Colorado (rookie ball), appearing in 57 games…batted .267/.357/.433 with six homers and 12 doubles…had 35 RBI and scored 33 times over those 57 games...stole seven bases and was caught twice... walked 15 times but struck out almost once per game (54)...mainly played at third base, which could be a long term spot for him, as long as he can stay similar in size. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on December 13th, 2019...winter signing by the Rockies, but has shown great promise after one season in professional ball...could see first action state-side in 2022...tons of promise at the plate, especially power numbers...strikes out a lot, but can be fixed.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS

2020 No Season 2021 DSL Colorado Minor League Totals

DSLRk COL .267 57 180 33 48 12 0 6 35 15 54 7 2 .357 .433 .790 .267 57 180 33 48 12 0 6 35 15 54 7 2 .357 .433 .790

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Joe aeilts blake goldsberry HT: 6’4” WT: 220 B/T: R/R BORN: 5/21/97, littleton, co OPENING DAY AGE: 24 original: signed as udfa in 2020

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2022: Enters third professional season with the Colorado Rockies orga- nization. 2021: Spent the entire season with the Fresno Grizzlies (A), appearing in 23 games with two going for starts...got injured in his second ever professional game and missed the next six weeks of the season...when he returned, was lights out on the bump...allowed zero or one earned run in 21 of his 23 games pitched...on September 7th, pitched the final out to clinch a playoff spot for the Grizzlies at Modesto. 2020: Did not play due to cancellation of the Minor League Season. Personal: Signed with the Rockies on July 15th, 2020 as an undrafted free agent out of the Univer- sity of Kansas...in final season with the Jayhawks, appeared in seven games, totaling 10 innings...did not allow an earned run while striking out eight...in 2019, appeared out of the bullpen 31 times...went 6-6 over 43.2 frames, punching out 33...in 2018, made one start in four games...pitched 12.1 innings, striking out 10... in 2017, was named Academic All-Big 12 Second Team...made 19 appearances spanning 29.1 frames...recorded one save on April 25th at Grand Canyon...in his freshman season, made one start over 20 games...pitched 31.2 frames and made debut against Utah...starred at Cherry Creek HS in Denver, Colorado in the metropolitan area... went 8-1 with a 2.33 ERA during his senior year...played for the Rockies Scout Team program during the fall sea- son...five-time varsity letterman between baseball and basketball...was ranked the 16th-best player in Colorado by Prep Baseball Report his senior season.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO

2020 No Season 2021 Fresno Grizzlies Minor League Totals

A COL 5 1 3.06 23 2 1 32.1 27 13 11 3 3 9 29 5 1 3.06 23 2 1 32.1 27 13 11 3 3 9 29

Joe aeilts hunter goodman HT: 6’1” WT: 210 B/T: R/R BORN: 10/8/99, arlington, tn OPENING DAY AGE: 22 original: 4th round in 2021

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2022: Enters second professional season with the Colorado Rockies organization...listed as the Rockies #20 overall prospect.

2021: Started professional career with ACL Rockies (rookie ball), playing in 22 games...batted .300 with a .936 OPS and a .517 slugging percentage...nine of his 18 hits went for extra-bases and he drove in 12 runs...walked nine times and stole one base in one attempt...caught 71 innings (12 games) and had a .989 fielding percentage. Personal: Selected by the Rockies in the 4th round of the 2021 MLB June Amateur Draft out of the University of Memphis...becomes the second position player ever drafted out of Memphis in the top four rounds, with 1981 first-rounder Dave Anderson as the other one...polarizing prospect to scouts because of his hitting ability in college and the Cape Cod League...his most attractive tool is his well-above-average raw power, which is created with bat speed, strength, loft and aggressiveness...ranked fourth in NCAA Division I with a school-record 21 homers in 2021...power could be a future issue with his long, uphill right-handed swing, pronounced leg kick and pull-happy approach...high risk, high reward according to some scouts...in 2020, started each game during the Tigers’ 17-game season...hit .357 with three doubles, eight home runs, 31 RBI and 14 runs scored...played mainly in the outfield but caught as well in his first two years with the Tigers...highly decorated catcher for head coach Chris Ring at Arlington High School…received All-State, Louisville Slugger All-American, All-Region and District Player of the year honors...versatile athlete who played as a wide receiver and punter on the football team…named to the TSWA Class AAA All-State team as a sophomore in 2016 after batting .485 with 47 RBI, 21 doubles, three home runs and 57 runs scored.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Team

LV ORG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS Rk COL .300 22 60 16 18 7 0 2 12 9 14 1 0 .419 .517 .936 .300 22 60 16 18 7 0 2 12 9 14 1 0 .419 .517 .936

2021 ACL Rockies Minor League Totals

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