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New Britain Fisher Cats

The Fisher Cats seem to be getting better every year and adding young talent as well. Three straight seasons with 90 or more victories, four straight playoff appearances is the complete opposite of what this team was during there first couple years in the league. With the talent on this team, they should be one of the favorites to win the National League for a while.

The total percentage of wins for the Fisher Cats is .517 (586 victories and 548 losses). The most wins in a single season were 96 during season five. The most losses in a season were 102 during season one.

Jway11 is entering his eighth season as the general manger of the franchise compiling a 586-548 record for a .517 winning percentage. Jway11 has done a really job getting this team into playoffs for the last four seasons, even going to the National League Championship game during season 5. Also with two straight National League Rookie of the Year awards it doesn’t look this team will be falling out of contention anytime soon.

Future Outlook: Contender

Playoff Appearance: Four
Division Championship: Two
World Series Victory: None
All-Stars: 9
Awards: 1 NL MVP/ 2 NL Rookie of the Year/ 5 Silver Sluggers/ 7 Gold Gloves

All New Britain Fisher Cats Team

Catcher: Erik West (.318Ave, 310HR, 846RBI, 690R, .628SLG)
First Base: Hoss Boone (.318Ave, 236HR, 760RBI, 757R, .410OBP)
Second Base: Lonnie Grove (.271Ave, 176HR, 544RBI, 500R, .481SLG)
Third Base: Pedro Javier (.289Ave, 84HR, 444RBI, 381R, .355OBP)
Shortstop: Kennie Sexson (.244Ave, 50HR, 247RBI, 276R, 101SB)
Left Field: Nicholas Herndon (.270Ave, 16HR, 268RBI, 562R, 277SB)
Center Field: Santiago Alfonzo (.317Ave, 51HR, 270RBI, 364R, .384OBP)
Right Field: Kevin Montgomery (.280Ave, 188HR, 582RBI, 448R, .505SLG)
Starting Pitcher: Raymond Pavlov (2.88ERA, 49-22 Record, 663.3IP, 491SO, 1.14WHIP)
Reliever: Cameron Holt (4.44ERA, 121-141 Save Chances, 237G, 149SO, 1.31WHIP)

Career Records
Hitting:

At Bats: Hoss Boone – 4009
Games Played: Hoss Boone – 1122
Runs: Hoss Boone – 757
Hits: Hoss Boone – 1275
Doubles: Hoss Boone – 243
Triples: Kennie Sexson – 26
Homeruns: Erik West – 310
Runs Batted In: Erik West – 846
Walks: Hoss Boone – 601
Stolen Bases: Nicholas Herndon – 277
Batting Average: Erik West – .318/ Hoss Boone – .318
On-Base Percentage: Hoss Boone – .410
Slugging Percentage: Erik West – .628

Pitching:
Games: Mike Neugebauer – 384
Games Started: Horacio Segui – 142
Complete Games: Andres Crespo – 13
Shutouts: Carlos Pujols – 4
Wins: Carlos Pujols – 59
Losses: Horacio Segui – 45
Saves: Cameron Holt – 121
Innings Pitched: Carlos Pujols – 833.6
Strikeouts: Carlos Pujols – 568
WHIP: Carlos Pujols – 1.40
Earned Run Average: Carlos Pujols – 4.16

Single Season Records
Hitting:

At Bats: Santiago Alfonzo – 685 (Season 5)
Runs: Erik West – 134 (Season 3)
Hits: Santiago Alfonzo – 218 (Season 7)
Doubles: Hoss Boone – 48 (Season 4)
Triples: Kennie Sexson – 9 (Season 5)
Homeruns: Erik West – 66 (Season 3)
Runs Batted In: Erik West – 193 (Season 3)
Stolen Bases: Nicholas Herndon – 82 (Season 3)
Walks: Hoss Boone – 117 (Season 3)
Batting Average: Hoss Boone – .343 (Season 5)
On-Base Percentage: Hoss Boone – .443 (Season 5)
Slugging Percentage: Erik West – .671 (Season 5)

Pitching:
Games: Mike Neugebauer – 84 (Season 2-3)
Games Started: Raymond Pavlov – 36 (Season 6)
Complete Games: Andres Crespo – 8 (Season 6)
Shutouts: Andres Crespo – 3 (season 6)
Wins: Raymond Pavlov – 20 (Season 6)
Loses: Felipe Tejera – 19 (Season 1)
Saves: Shane Clayton – 38 (Season 5)
Innings Pitched: Andres Crespo – 238.1 (Season 7)
Strikeouts: Andres Crespo – 191 (Season 7)
Earned Run Average: Raymond Pavlov – 2.79 (Season 5)

WHIP: Raymond Pavlov – 1.10 (Season 5)
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