>#26 The Family is taking Over


Tucson Mafia

The Mafia really struggled during their first four seasons, never seeing a winning season. That quickly changed with the completion of two winning seasons in the last three years. The team saw their first playoff appearance after winning the American League West and was quickly dispensed from the playoffs; but they have the talent to be at the top of the American League West for some time to come.

The total percentage of wins for the Mafia is .473 (536 victories and 598 losses). The most wins in a single season were 87 during seasons five and seven. The most losses in a season were 93 during season two.

Musketeer22 is entering his second season as the general manger of the franchise compiling an 87-75 record for a .537 winning percentage. Mustketeer22 took a team that had only one winning season and zero playoff appearances to a division championship and their first playoff appearance. A quick move to Tucson has the offensive jumping for joy and the fans excited to see a championship caliber team arrive in their city.

Future Outlook: Future contender

Playoff Appearance: 1
Division Championship: 1
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 6
Awards: 2 Silver Sluggers/ 4 Gold Gloves

All Tucson Mafia Team

Catcher: Vance Turner (.280Ave, 33HR, 225RBI, 217R, .351OBP)
First Base: Tony Alvarez (.268Ave, 40HR, 88RBI, 87R, .566SLG)
Second Base: Butch Halter (.301Ave, 166HR, 605RBI, 507R, .520SLG)
Third Base: Dave Roberts (.284Ave, 74HR, 311RBI, 252R, .464SLG)
Shortstop: Willie Garces (.274Ave, 19HR, 240RBI, 357R, 206SB)
Left Field: Esteban Juarez (.273Ave, 80HR, 293RBI, 278R, .493SLG)
Center Field: Bill Good (.307Ave, 25HR, 102RBI, 114R, .479SLG)
Right Field: Erubiel Sanchez (.287Ave, 112HR, 386RBI, 345R, .483SLG)
Designated Hitter: Kenneth Bryant (.265Ave, 146HR, 379RBI, 344R, .541SLG)
Starting Pitcher: Esteban Fernandez (4.73ERA, 56-73 Record, 1102.6IP, 875SO, 1.43WHIP)
Reliever: Jeff Schourek (4.17ERA, 4-6 Save Chances, 374SO, 1.31WHIP)

Career Records
At Bats: Butch Halter – 3131
Games Played: Butch Halter – 836
Runs: Butch Halter – 507
Hits: Butch Halter – 954
Doubles: Butch Halter – 177
Triples: Willie Garces – 20
Homeruns: Butch Halter – 166
Runs Batted In: Butch Halter – 605
Walks: Butch Halter – 361
Stolen Bases: Michael Long – 366
Batting Average: Butch Halter – .301
On-Base Percentage: Butch Halter – .378
Slugging Percentage: Butch Halter – .520

Games: Victor Sojo – 246
Games Started: Esteban Fernandez – 181
Complete Games: Esteban Fernandez – 9
Shutouts: Esteban Fernandez – 1
Wins: Esteban Fernandez – 56/ Victor Sojo – 56
Losses: Esteban Fernandez – 73
Saves: Christopher Newhan – 61
Innings Pitched: Esteban Fernandez – 1102.6
Strikeouts: Esteban Fernandez – 875
WHIP: Esteban Fernandez – 1.43
Earned Run Average: Esteban Fernandez – 4.73

Single Season Records

At Bats: Willie Garces – 674 (season 1)
Runs: Manny Hasegawa – 132 (season 5)
Hits: Nick Ball – 186 (season 7)
Doubles: Donn Bergman – 44 (season 3)
Triples: Willie Garces – 8 (season 3)
Homeruns: Kenneth Bryant – 53 (season 4)
Runs Batted In: Cy Ryan – 126 (season 1)
Walks: Erubiel Sanchez – 91 (season 4)/ Denny Coffie – 91 (season 7)
Stolen Bases: Michael Long – 143 (season 3)
Batting Average: Bill Good – .318 (season 1)
On-Base Percentage: Kenneth Bryant – .412 (season 4)
Slugging Percentage: Kenneth Bryant – .654 (season 4)

Games: Clinton Gibbons – 81 (season 1)
Games Started: Samuel West – 34 (season 1)/ Vic Sanchez – 34 (season 2)
Complete Games: Esteban Fernandez – 3 (season 3&5)
Shutouts: Esteban Fernandez – 1 (season 3)
Wins: Samuel West – 15 (season 1)
Losses: Esteban Fernandez – 15 (season 2)
Saves: Lonnie Rizzo – 34 (season 1)
Innings Pitched: Samuel West – 212.3 (season 1)
Strikeouts: Del Lee – 177 (season 7)
WHIP: Esteban Fernandez – 1.19 (season 5)
Earned Run Average: Esteban Fernandez – 3.45 (season 5)


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