Tri-City ValleyCats All-Time Team

ValleyCats VS Spinners 8/27/16(Photo- Jacob LaChapelle/518 Sports)

In honor of their fifteenth season, the Tri-City ValleyCats released a special roster, their All-Time Team. This special 31-man roster features the best players in ValleyCat history. Let’s take a look at the roster, along with the statistics that earned each player a spot on the team.

Manager: Ed Romero

From 2013-2015, Ed collected 134 wins and 93 losses as Tri-City’s manager. He also helped the ValleyCats become league champions in 2013.

Starting Pitchers:

Michael Feliz, RHP, 4-2, 1.96 ERA, and 78 strikeouts.

Dallas Keuchel, LHP, 2-3, 2.70 ERA, and 44 strikeouts. 2015 AL Cy Young Winner

Joe Musgrove, RHP, 7-1, 2.81 ERA, and 67 strikeouts.

Chris Salamida, LHP, 10-1, 1.06 ERA, and 53 strikeouts.

Troy Scribner, RHP, 1-2, 5.12 ERA, and 30 strikeouts (2013 season). 7-1, 1.38 ERA, and 60 strikeouts (2014 season).

Vince Velasquez, RHP, 4-1, 3.35 ERA, and 51 strikeouts.

Ronnie Ventura, RHP, 11-2, 1.96 ERA, and 81 strikeouts.

Relief Pitchers:

Jorge De Leon, RHP, 2-1, 6 saves, 0.64 ERA, and 29 strikeouts.

Jason Dominguez, RHP, 2-0, 10 saves, 1.35 ERA, and 26 strikeouts.

Blake Ford, RHP, 0-3, 14 saves, 2.28 ERA, and 24 strikeouts.

Bud Norris, RHP, 2-0, 2 saves, 3.79 ERA, and 46 strikeouts.

Gonzalo Sanudo, RHP, 0.00 ERA, 8 saves, and 20 strikeouts.

Ryan Thompson, RHP, 2-1, 12 saves, 2.96 ERA, and 19 strikeouts.

Catchers:

Jason Castro, .275 AVG, 38 hits, and 2 home runs.

Tyler Heineman, .358 AVG, 69 hits, and 14 doubles.

First Basemen:

Phil Disher, .304 AVG, 85 hits, and 13 home runs.

A.J. Reed, .306 AVG, 38 hits, and 5 home runs.

Second Basemen:

Jose Altuve, .250 AVG, 19 hits, and 7 runs batted in.

Kike Hernandez, .280 AVG, 69 hits, and 3 home runs.

Shortstops:

Ben Orloff, .307 AVG, 73 hits, and 23 stolen bases (2010 season).

Ben Zobrist, .339 AVG, 87 hits, and 45 runs batted in.

Designated Hitter:

J.B. Shuck, .300 AVG, 79 hits, and 4 home runs.

Outfielders:

Hunter Pence, .296 AVG, 59 hits, and 8 home runs.

J.D. Martinez, .326 AVG, 61 hits, and 7 home runs.

George Springer, .179 AVG, 5 hits, and 4 stolen bases.

Andrew Aplin, .348 AVG, 57 hits, and 25 runs batted in.

Preston Tucker, .321 AVG, 53 hits, and 38 runs batted in.

Johnny Sewald, .289 AVG, 72 hits, and 31 stolen bases.

 

 

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