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2006 Season Ending Report: Pawtucket Red Sox


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#1 Cuzittt


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Posted 26 October 2006 - 03:00 PM

Final Record: 69-75

Pawtucket went through a poor season, finishing in 5th Place in the 6 team International League Northern Division, 16 games out of first place. But, this could be expected cosidering the constant turnover on the roster. The Pawsox went through a total of 70 players this past season, essentially turning over the roster three times.

So, Let's take a look at all of these players...

Offensive Player of the Year

Jeff Bailey

Far from the best prospect on the team, Jeff simply led the team in games played (134), triples (5), HRs (22), Walks (74), Runs (64), RBI (82) and Slugging Percentage (for those players who played at least 70 games) (.489). He was second to Dustin Pedroia in OBP by a single point. Final Stats: .275/.383/.489.

Pitcher of the Year

Craig Breslow

The sheer number of pitchers used and the lack of innings pitched makes this a difficult choice. But, Breslow was around all year, and went 7-1 with 7 saves and a 2.69 ERA in 39 relief appearances. In 67 innings, Craig gave up 49 hits, 24 walks and struck out 77.

And, now for the rest...

Offensive Players

Carlos Pena: Carlos joined the team in August, and in 11 games went .459/.523/.865 with 3 doubles and 4 HRs.
Jason Varitek: In 2 rehabilitation games, Jason hit .429/.429/.857 with a HR.
Corky Miller: Corky came over the to Pawsox midseason, and hit .258/.343/.510 with 11 doubles and 13 HRs in 63 games.
Alex Gonzalez: In a rehab appearance, Alex went 1/3 with a walk.
Coco Crisp: In a rehab appearance, Coco went 1/3 with a walk.
Dustin Pedroia: Dustin continued his progression up the Sox system, hitting .305/.384/.426 with a team high 30 doubles, 3 triples and 5 HRs in 111 games. Dustin was impressive in strikezone control, striking out only 27 times while walking 48 times.
David Murphy: After starting the season in Portland, David was called up to Pawtucket and hit very well, earning him a promotion to Boston in September. David hit .267/.355/.447 with 23 doubles, 5 triples and 8 HRs in 84 games. David only struck out 53 times while walking 45 times.
Wily Mo Pena: In 12 rehabilitation games, Wily Mo hit .244/.385/.415 with a double, 2 HRs and 7 walks.
Ron Calloway: The veteran outfielder played in 114 games with the Pawsox, hitting .288/.354/.399 with 27 doubles.
Hee-Seop Choi: The Korean first baseman had a difficult time in Pawsox, before ending the season on the DL. In 66 games, Choi hit .207/.347/.361 with 9 doubles, 8 HRs and 47 walks.
Alejandro Machado: In 116 games, Machado hit .260/.356/.346 with 12 doubles, 4 triples, 4 HRs, 52 walks (vs. 51 Ks) and 21 SBs.
Adam Stern: Stern hit .258/.300/.388 with 21 doubles, 8 HRs and 23 SBs. Stern was traded to the Orioles after the season.
Willie Harris: Willie played in 60 games for the Pawsox, hitting .220/.319/.367 with 6 doubles, 8 HRs and 11 SBs.
Luke Allen: In 52 games, Allen hit .241/.308/.369 with 12 doubles.
Rod Nye: In 43 games before his release, Nye hit .237/.323/.345 with 9 doubles. He also had a memorable relief appearance in an early season 15 inning game, pitching 2 scoreless innings, giving up 2 hits.
Jim Buckley: In 9 games, Buckley hit .222/.276/.370 with a double and a HR.
Tyler Minges: Minges started and ended the season with Pawtucket, playing in 62 games and hitting .238/.297/.337 with 11 doubles.
Enrique Wilson: Manny's friend played in 62 games for the Pawsox before retiring in August, hitting .222/.303/.330 with 9 doubles, 3 HRs and 23 walks.
Dustan Mohr: Mohr played in 22 games in Pawtucket, hitting .169/.368/.246 with 21 walks.
Trent Durrington: The Super-utility player played in 112 games, hitting .233/.299/.307 with 14 doubles and a team high 32 SBs. Trent also pitched 3 innings (in the same 15 inning game Rod Nye pitched in), giving up a hit and 3 walks, allowing 2 runs and ending up with the loss.
Gabe Kapler: In 4 rehabilitation games, Gabe hit .200/.250/.267.
Ken Huckaby: In 88 games, Ken hit .219/.239/.274 with 10 doubles. Amazingly, Ken only walked 9 times while striking out 72 times.
Chuck Jeroloman: Chuck played in 7 games at the end of the season, hitting .125/.125/.313 with a HR.
Keoni de Renne: Keoni played in 10 games for Pawtucket, hitting .182/.250/182.
Trot Nixon: In 3 rehab games, Trot hit .167/.167/.250.
Ryan Khoury: Ryan, a 2006 draftee, came up from Lowell for 9 games after Enrique Wilson retired. Khoury hit .143/.208/.143.
Matt van der Bosch: VDB played in 2 games for Pawtucket, hitting 1/6.
Alberto Concepcion: The catcher played in 5 games for the Pawsox, hitting 2/17 with a walk.
Josh Pressley: Pressley played in 7 games for the Pawsox, hitting 1/20 with 3 walks.
Matt Kent: The Australian catcher played in 4 games for the Pawsox, hitting 0/3 with a walk.

Pitchers

Jason Richardson: Richardson played in 2 games (4 innings) for the Pawsox, giving up a single hit and a HBP, striking out 2.
David Lee: A late season addition, David appeared in 8 games (10 1/3 innings), giving up 5 hits and a run, walking 3 and striking out 12.
Phil Seibel: Phil came off the DL in August and appeared out of the pen 9 times (15 innings), giving up 6 hits and 2 runs, walking 3 and striking out 22.
Keith Foulke: Foulke appeared in 4 rehabilitation appearances (5 innings), giving up 4 hits and 4 walks, allowing a run while striking out 5.
Mike Holtz: In 14 relief appearances (18 2/3 innings), Mike gave up 10 hits and 7 walks, allowing 4 runs while striking out 29.
Manny Delcarmen: Manny appeared in 10 games for the Pawsox (17 innings), giving up 9 hits and 6 walks, allowing 4 runs while striking out 19.
Jimmy Serrano: Jimmy appeared in 13 games (11 starts) for the Pawsox before asking for and being granted his release. Jimmy pitched in 72 innings, going 4-5 with a 2.50 ERA.
Jon Lester: Lester started in 11 games before earning his promotion to Boston, going 3-4 with a 2.70 ERA. In 46 2/3 innnings, Jon gave up 43 hits, 25 walks and struck out 43.
Craig Hansen: 2005's first round pick, Craig appeared in 14 games for the Pawsox, going 1-2 with a 2.75 ERA. In 36 innings, Craig gave up 31 hits, 19 walks and struck out 26.
Jermaine Van Buren: In 33 appearances out of the Pawsox pen, Van Buren went 4-0 with 16 saves and a 2.98 ERA. In 45 1/3 innings, Van Buren gave up 37 hits, 18 walks and struck out 46.
Chris Smith: Promoted to Pawtucket in late July, Chris appeared in 7 games (6 starts), going 1-1 with a 3.21 ERA. In 33 2/3 innings, Smith gave up 33 hits, 9 walks and struck out 23.
Jason Johnson: In 3 starts, Johnson went 2-0 with a 3.32 ERA. In 19 innings, Johnson gave up 15 hits, 6 walks and struck out 12.
Kyle Snyder: In 3 starts, Snyder went 1-1 with a 3.54 ERA. In 20 1/3 innings, Synder gave up 24 hits, 2 walks and struck out 7.
Matt Ginter: In 15 starts prior to asking for and earning his release, Matt went 3-9 with a 3.64 ERA. In 89 innings, Matt gave up 88 hits, 18 walks and struck out 49.
Charlie Zink: In 23 appearances (15 starts), the knuckleballer went 9-4 with a 4.03 ERA. In 109 1/3 innings, Zink gave up 100 hits, 60 walks and struck out 58.
Marc Deschenes: Deschenes appeared in 29 games (16 starts), going 8-5 with a 4.54 ERA. In 117 innings, Deschenes gave up 115 hits, 37 walks and struck out 73.
Javier Lopez: In 13 relief appearances, the lefty had 4 saves with a 4.86 ERA. In 16 2/3 innings, Lopez gave up 20 hits and 8 walks, striking out 12.
Barry Hertzler: In 25 relief appearances, the Providence native went 4-2 with 2 saves and a 4.87 ERA. In 40 2/3 innings, Barry gave up 48 hits, 27 walks and struck out 19.
Tim Bausher: In 37 appearances (2 starts), Tim went 4-3 with a 4.91 ERA. In 69 2/3 innings, Tim gave up 77 hits, 37 walks and struck out 40.
TJ Large: In 3 games (7 innings), TJ gave up 9 hits and 5 runs (4 earned), walking 3 and striking out 2.
Kason Gabbard: In 9 games (8 starts), Kason went 1-7 with a 5.23 ERA. Over 51 2/3 innings, Gabbard gave up 51 hits, 26 walks and struck out 48.
Cla Meredith: Cla appeared in 8 games before being traded to the Padres, going 13 2/3 innings with a 5.27 ERA.
Scott Shoemaker: Scott made two starts for the Pawsox, winning both of them. In 10 innings, Scott gave up 10 hits and 2 walks, allowing 6 runs while striking out 10.
David Riske: Riske appeared in 5 games (5 innings) for the Pawsox, giving up 5 hits and 5 walks, allowing 3 runs while striking out 8.
David Pauley: In 9 starts, Pauley went 1-3 with a 5.54 ERA. David pitched 50 1/3 innings, giving up 60 hits (including 10 HRs) and 18 walks, striking out 25.
Abe Alvarez: Abe started the season quite well, earning a promotion to Boston... but after that his season went downhill. In 22 games, Abe ended up with a 6-9 record with a 5.64 ERA. In 118 innings, Abe gave up 136 hits (22 HRs), 40 walks and striking out 71.
Rob Henkel: Henkel started 5 games in August, going 1-4 with a 5.74 ERA. In 26 2/3 innings, Henkel gave up 36 hits and walked 4, striking out 23.
Ryan Schroyer: In 4 relief appearances (9 innings), Schroyer gave up 12 hits and 4 walks, allowing 7 runs (6 earned) while striking out 12.
Brad Baker: Baker appeared in 30 relief appearances, going 2-4 with 3 saves and a 6.02 ERA. In 46 1/3 innings, Baker gave up 61 hits and 15 walks, striking out 32.
John Barnes: Barnes started one game, going 4 1/3 innings, giving up 4 hits and 8 walks, allowing 3 runs while striking out 3.
Mario Pena: Pena started one game, going 4 innings, giving up 4 hits and 2 walks, allowing 3 runs while striking out 4.
Mike Bumatay: Bumatay appeared in 11 games (14 1/3 innings) prior to being demoted to Portland, going 1-2 with a 6.91 ERA.
Brian Corey: In 3 games (5 innings), Brian gave up 7 hits and 2 walks, allowing 4 runs while striking out 4.
David Wells: David had 2 rehab starts in Pawtucket, going 1-1 with a 8.10 ERA (in 10 innings).
Brett Evert: Evert had a single start in Pawtucket in August, giving up 5 hits and 5 runs in 4 1/3 innings.
Kevin Guyette: In a single start, Kevin gave up 9 hits and 5 runs in 4 innings.
Lenny DiNardo: In 2 rehab games (3 innings), Lenny gave up 5 hits and 4 runs.
TJ Mathews: In a single start, Matthews pitched 5 innings and gave up 12 hits and 8 runs.

-Brandon