>#12 The Pitching Pioneers

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Tacoma Pioneers

The Pioneers enter this season with five straight winning seasons but had there streak of three straight National League West division crowns broken last year. The Pioneers have always been built around pitching with below average hitting, but the team has always found a way to make it work. The team earned run average during the last five season is a league best 3.71.

The total percentage of wins for the Pioneers is .537 (609 victories and 525 losses). The most wins in a single season were 105 during season five. The most losses in a season were 93 during season two.

Tomjames is entering his sixth season as the general manger of the franchise compiling a 467-343 record for a .577 winning percentage. Tomjames turned around a team that was struggling to find victories at the beginning of the league, into one of the elite teams in the National League. He’s also been one of the most active managers in the league with 30 trades since he’s taken over the team.

Future Outlook: The Same

Playoff Appearance: Three
Division Championship: Three
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 8
Awards: 1 Silver Slugger/ 2 Gold Gloves

All Tacoma Pioneer Team

Catcher: Ricardo Ramirez (.285Ave, 42HR, 153RBI, 128R, .473SLG)
First Base: Jackson Cooper (.278Ave, 61HR, 182RBI, 127R, .566SLG)
Second Base: Patrick Maurer (.259Ave, 34HR, 132RBI, 118R, .336OBP)
Third Base: Brook Diaz (.278Ave, 169HR, 623RBI, 484R, .498SLG)
Shortstop: Archie Hitchcock (.218Ave, 60HR, 269RBI, 233R, 73SB)
Left Field: Ray Hines (.267Ave, 140HR, 573RBI, 493R, .451SLG)
Center Field: Victor Cruz (.269Ave, 28HR, 106RBI, 103R, .336OBP)
Right Field: Neifi Moya (.273Ave, 50HR, 194RBI, 182R, .472SLG)
Starting Pitcher: Peter Webster (3.66ERA, 91-51 Record, 1432.5IP, 1041SO, 1.25WHIP)
Reliever: Lonnie Rizzo (3.53ERA, 99-117 Save Chances, 261G, 263SO, 1.20WHIP)

Career Records
Hitting:

At Bats: Ray Hines – 3412
Games Played: Brook Diaz – 881
Runs: Ray Hines – 493
Hits: Brook Diaz – 929
Doubles: Brook Diaz – 185
Triples: Brook Diaz – 22
Homeruns: Brook Diaz – 169
Runs Batted In: Brook Diaz – 623
Walks: Brook Diaz – 355
Stolen Bases: Peter Herndon – 351
Batting Average: Brook Diaz – .278/ Jeff O’Keefe – .278
On-Base Percentage: Jeff O’Keefe – .355
Slugging Percentage: Brook Diaz – .498

Pitching:
Games: Lonnie Rizzo – 261
Games Started: Peter Webster – 210
Complete Games: Peter Baek – 21
Shutouts: Peter Baek – 8
Wins: Peter Webster – 91
Losses: Peter Webster – 51
Saves: Lonnie Rizzo – 99
Innings Pitched: Peter Webster – 1432.5
Strikeouts: Peter Webster – 1041
WHIP: Peter Baek – 1.07
Earned Run Average: Peter Baek – 3.03

Single Season Records
Hitting:

At Bats: Ray Hines – 658 (Season 6)
Runs: Peter Herndon – 112 (Season 5)
Hits: Brook Diaz – 193 (Season 5)
Doubles: Brook Diaz – 49 (Season 5)
Triples: Jeff O’Keefe – 8 (Season 1)/ Neifi Moya – 8 (Season 2)
Homeruns: Jackson Cooper – 44 (Season 7)
RBI: Brook Diaz – 163 (Season 5)
Walks: Gail Reid – 79 (Season 3)
Stolen Bases: Vinny May – 102 (Season 5)
Batting Average: Vinny May – .317 (Season 4)/ Jeff O’Keefe – .317 (Season 1)
On-Base Percentage: Jeff O’Keefe – .399 (Season 1)
Slugging Percentage: Brook Diaz – .560 (Season 5)

Pitching:
Games: J.J. Blank – 93 (Season 6)
Games Started: Peter Baek – 35 (Season 3)
Complete Games: Peter Baek – 9 (Season 6)
Shutouts: Peter Baek – 5 (Season 6)
Wins: Peter Baek – 19 (Season 5)
Losses: Peter Webster – 14 (Season 3)
Saves: Nicholas Fox – 48 (Season 3)
Innings Pitched: Edwin Saipe – 250.2 (Season 5)
Strikeouts: Peter Baek – 220 (Season 3)
WHIP: Peter Baek – .92 (Season 6)
Earned Run Average: Tommie Relaford – 2.30 (Season 7)

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