>#21 Becoming a Northern Elite


Ottawa Crawdaddies

The Crawdaddies have truly been up and down through out there history in the league. The team has won the American League North Division three times but has also been at the bottom of the league three times as well. They have truly become the elite team in the north now with two straight divisional crowns.

The total percentage of wins for the Souls is .487 (557 victories and 577 losses). The most wins in a single season was 91 during season four. The most losses in a season being 97 during season two.

Davisbrian is entering his sixth season as the general manger of the franchise compiling a 416-394 record for a .514 winning percentage. Davisbrian has slowly built a contender in Ottawa, winning the American League North three out of the last five seasons. The Crawdaddies have really become the elite team the division under Davisbrain reign so far.

Future Outlook: Division Elite

Playoff Appearance: Three
Division Championship: Three
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 12
Awards: 1 Silver Slugger/ 3 Gold Gloves

All Ottawa Crawdaddies Team

Catcher: Donte Cashman (.296Ave, 92HR, 287RBI, 265R, .526SLG)
First Base: Omar Diaz (.294Ave, 34HR, 122RBI, 150R, .476SLG)
Second Base: Gregory Page (.250Ave, 47HR, 179RBI, 153R, .424SLG)
Third Base: Al Guillen (.281Ave, 220HR, 618RBI, 560R, .515SLG)
Shortstop: Al Vazquez (.294Ave, 305HR, 832RBI, 676R, .559SLG)
Left Field: Luis Johnson (.282Ave, 91HR, 397RBI, 485R, .454SLG)
Center Field: Max Wood (.287Ave, 52HR, 175RBI, 178R, .508SLG)
Right Field: Gus Wilkins (.306Ave, 34HR, 130RBI, 137R, .388OBP)
Designated Hitter: Carol Bonilla (.292Ave, 36HR, 139RBI, 114R, .354OBP)
Starting Pitcher: Herman Blair (3.95ERA, 31-26 Win record, 544.5IP, 417SO, 1.41WHIP)
Reliever: Abraham Millwood (4.07ERA, 78-91 Save chances, 155G, 126SO, 1.36WHIP)

Career Records

At Bats: Al Vazquez – 4177
Games Played: Al Vazquez – 1061
Runs: Al Vazquez – 676
Hits: Al Vazquez – 1229
Doubles: Al Guillen – 195
Triples: Al Guillen – 20
Homeruns: Al Vazquez – 305
Runs Batted In: Al Vazquez – 832
Walks: Al Vazquez – 396
Stolen Bases: Luis Johnson – 135
Batting Average: Al Vazquez – .294
On-Base Percentage: Al Vazquez – .360
Slugging Percentage: Al Vazquez – .559

Games: Danny Smith – 256
Games Started: Mark Brantley – 105
Complete Games: Mark Brantley – 4/ Jason Burns – 4
Shutouts: Three tied at 1
Wins: Mark Brantley – 42
Losses: Mark Brantley – 47
Saves: Abraham Millwood – 78
Innings Pitched: Mark Brantley – 702.2
Strikeouts: Mark Brantley – 494
WHIP: None Qualified
Earned Run Average: None Qualified

Single Season Records

At Bats: Johnnie Jackson – 671 (season 1)
Runs: Al Vazquez – 117 (season 3)
Hits: Weldon Erving – 202 (season 4)
Doubles: Luis Johnson – 51 (season 3)
Triples: Four tied at 6
Homeruns: Al Vazquez – 55 (season 3)
Runs Batted In: Al Vazquez – 145 (season 3)
Walks: Gus Wilkins – 70 (season 4)
Stolen Bases: Andrew Hampton – 46 (season 3)
Batting Average: Weldon Erving – .340 (season 4)
On-Base Percentage: Weldon Erving – .392 (season 4)
Slugging Percentage: Al Vazquez – .589 (season 3)

Games: Adam Warner – 89 (season 2)
Games Started: Albert Guzman – 34 (season 1)
Complete Games: Allen Chase – 3 (season 7)
Shutouts: Three tied at 1
Wins: Dennis Thompson – 16 (season 4)/ Benito Garces – 16 (season 4)
Losses: Ray Jones – 18 (season 2)
Saves: Abraham Millwood – 40 (season 4)
Innings Pitched: Mark Brantley – 220.2 (season 7)
Strikeouts: Pedro Bautista – 170 (season 5)
WHIP: Three tied at 1.27
Earned Run Average: Herman Blair – 3.12 (season 6)


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