Marlton Athletics Baseball Club: Individual Records

Batting Average (season)
.603 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
.500 - Keith Wood (2000)
.474 - Rich Mazzella (2003)
.471 - Barry Annese (2002)
.450 - Terry Annese (2004)
.448 - Barry Annese (1999), Todd Camp (2002)
.444 - Todd Camp (2004)
.443 - Gary Giese (1999)
.442 - Barry Annese (2001)
.412 - Marcus John (2004)
.410 - Bill Hazel (2001)
.408 - Rich McNee (2004)
.404 - Rich McNee (2005)
.400 - Todd Camp (2005)


Batting Average (career)
.475 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003)
.406 - Rich McNee (2004- )
.404 - Barry Annese (1999-2003)
.389 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
.378 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
.360 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
.356 - Keith Wood (1999-2003)
.355 - Lance Wood (2000)
.353 - Terry Annese (1999- )
.349 - Todd Camp (1999- )



On Base Percentage (season)
.635 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
.628 - Todd Camp (2004)
.596 - Keith Wood (2000)
.579 - Todd Camp (2002), Steve Paolini (2005)
.560 - Joe Walton (2001)
.553 - Barry Annese (1999)
.556 - Bill Hazel (2001)
.545 - Bob Karas (2004)
.542 - Marcus John (2004)
.531 - Barry Annese (2001)
.500 - Lance Wood (2000), Gary Giese (1999), Todd Camp (2005)Ray Jobson (2006)


On Base Percentage (career)
.560 - Joe Walton (2001)
.518 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003 )
.508 - Rich McNee (2004- )
.500 - Lance Wood (2000, 2003- )
.499 - Todd Camp (1999- )
.493 - Barry Annese (1999- )
.471 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
.461 - Keith Wood (1999- )
.426 - Terry Annese (1999- )
.400 - Marcus John (2003- )


Hits (season)
35 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
27 - Gary Giese (1999)
23 - Barry Annese (2001)
21 - Terry Annese (1999), Keith Wood (1999, 2000), Harry Ritchie (2001), Rich McNee (2005)
20 - Dan Kennedy (1999), Rich McNee (2004,2006)
19 - Gary Shears (2006)


Hits (career)
110 - Terry Annese (1999- )
101 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
97 - Todd Camp (1999-2005)
86 - Bill Hazel (1999- )
77 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003)
73 - Keith Wood (1999-2003)
65 - Ed Miller (1999-2005)
59 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
55 - Barry Annese (1999-2003)
52 - Marcus John (2003- )


Doubles (season)
10 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
7 - Rich McNee (2005)
6 - Barry Annese (2001), Rich Mazzella (2003)
5 - Keith Wood (2001), Ed Miller (1999), Bill Hazel (2003), Rich Dickinson (2003), Rich McNee (2006)


Doubles (career)
19 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
17 - Rich Mazzella (1999-2003)
16 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
15 - Rich McNee (2004- )
14 - Keith Wood (1999-2003 )
13 - Barry Annese (1999-2003 )
12 - Todd Camp (1999- ),Ed Miller (1999- )
11 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
8 - Ray Jobson (2005-2006)



Triples (season)
3 - Ken Ferry (2001)
2 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
1 - Bill Hazel (2001, 2005), Tom Gorski (2001), Lance Wood (2000), Todd Camp (1999, 2000), Keith Wood (2000), Ken Ferry (1999, 2000, 2002, 2005), Barry Annese (2000), Billy Keim (1999), Dan Kennedy (1999), Steve Lomax (1999), Ed Miller (1999, 2005), Marcus John (2005)


Triples (career)
11 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
2 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003),Bill Hazel (2001- ), Ed Miller (1999- )


Home Runs (season)
4 - Rich McNee (2004)
2 - Ken Ferry (1999), Harry Ritchie (2001), Bill Hazel (2004,2006),Rich McNee (2006)
1 - Gary Giese (1999), Ken Ferry (2000, 2001), Rich Mazzella (2001), Bill Hazel (2002), Terry Annese (1993, 2004), Ed Miller (2004), Bob Karas (2004), Rich Hudgins (2004)


Home Runs (career)
6 - Rich McNee (2004- )
5 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
4 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
2 - Harry Ritchie (2001),Terry Annese (1999- ),
1 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2001-2003 ), Rich Mazzella (2001-2003 ), Ed Miller (1999- ), Bob Karas (2004- ), Rich Hudgins (2004- ), Aiden Lawler (2006), Gregg Kuzma (2006)


Runs Batted In (season)
26 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
23 - Gary Giese (1999)
21 - Harry Ritchie (2001)
17 - Rich McNee (2004)
16 - Ken Ferry (2001)
15 - Rich McNee (2005)
14 - Bill Hazel (2005), Gary Shears (2006)
13 - Ken Ferry (1999), Keith Wood (1999)
12 - Larry Hubert (2004)
11 - Ken Ferry (2000), Terry Annese (1999, 2004), Keith Wood (2001), Barry Annese (2001), Bill Hazel (2004)


Runs Batted In (career)
62 - Ken Ferry (1999- ),Terry Annese (1999- )
52 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003)
56 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
48 - Rich McNee (2004- )
38 - Todd Camp (1999- ),
36 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
34 - Ed Miller (1999- )
32 - Keith Wood (1999-2003),




Runs Scored (season)
22 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
20 - Barry Annese (2001)
17 - Bill Hazel (2001), Trent Dion (1999), Ken Ferry (1999), Gary Giese (1999)
16 - Todd Camp (1999), Ray Jobson (2005)
15 - Rich McNee (2004)
14 - Todd Camp (2000)
13 - Todd Camp (2004,2005), Bill Hazel (2006)
12 - Gary Shears (2004, 2006)


Runs Scored (career)
77 - Todd Camp (1999- )
72 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
60 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
53 - Terry Annese (1999- )
36 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003)
35 - Ed Miller (1999-
32 - Barry Annese (1999-2003)
31 - Keith Wood (1999-2003)
27 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
33 - Gary Shears (2004- )


Walks (season)
14 - Bill Hazel (2001)
13 - Trent Dion (1999), Todd Camp (2004), Ken Ferry (2004), Bob Karas (2004)
12 - Todd Camp (2000)
11 - Keith Wood (1999), Todd Camp (1999), Barry Annese (2001), Rich McNee (2004)


Walks (career)
74 - Todd Camp (1999- )
56 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
36 - Keith Wood (1999-2003)
34 - Terry Annese (1999- )
29 - Ed Miller (1999- ),Bill Hazel (2001- )
20 - Barry Annese (1999-2003)


Stolen Bases (season)
15 - Todd Camp (2003)
14 - Todd Camp (2002)
13 - Todd Camp (1999)
12 - Todd Camp (2005)
11 - Todd Camp (2001), (2004)
10 - Marcus John (2004)
9 - Marcus John (2006)
7 - Dan Kennedy (1999), Greg Kuzma (2006)
6 - Todd Camp (2000), Ken Ferry (2001)
5 - Ed Hall (2001), Gary Giese (2000), Terry Annese (1999)


Stolen Bases (career)
82 - Todd Camp (1999- )
30 - Marcus John (2003- )
19 - Bill Hazel (2001- )
12 - Ken Ferry (1999- ), Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
10 - Terry Annese (1999- ), Dan Kennedy (1999-2000, 2002)
8 - Ed Hall (2001-2003)
7 - Greg Kuzma (2006- )
6 - Keith Wood (1999-2003), Ray Jobson (2005- )


At Bats (season)
65 - Dan Kennedy (1999)
61 - Gary Giese (2000)
58 - Rich Mazzella (2001), Gary Giese (2000), Ken Ferry (1999, 2000)
57- Keith Wood (1999), Rich Mazzella (2003)
56 - Ed Miller (2000), Terry Annese (1999), Ray Jobson (2005)
54 - Terry Annese (2000), Todd Camp (1999)
53 - Keith Wood (2001), Ken Ferry (2001)
52 - Gary Shears (2005), Rich McNee (2005)
50 - Gary Shears (2004)


Strikeouts (season)
18 - Ken Ferry (2002)
17 - Ken Ferry (1999)
16 - Todd Camp (1999)
15 - Steve Lomax (1999)
14 - Dick Semel (1999)
13 - Rich Mazzella (2002), Bill Hazel (2004). Marcus John (2005), Lee Madden (2006)
12 - Steve Lomax (2000), Joe Bouchez (2002), Marcus John (2006)


Games Played (season)
20 - Ken Ferry (1999), Keith Wood (1999), Dan Kennedy (1999), Gary Giese (1999), Terry Annese (1999)
19 - Dick Semel (1999), Ken Ferry (2001), Terry Annese (2001), Rich Mazzella (2001), Harry Ritchie (2001)
18 - Ed Hall (2001), Gary Shears (2005), Marcus John (2005), Rich McNee (2005), Ken Ferry (2005), Ray Jobson (2005)
17 - Todd Camp (1999), Steve Lomax (1999), Trent Dion (1999), Bill Hazel (2005), Terry Annese (2005)


Games Played (career)
132 - Ken Ferry
123 - Terry Annese
100 - Ed Miller
97 - Todd Camp
64 - Keith Wood
67 - Marcus John
59 - Phil Anselmo
52 - Pery Shusterman, Gary Shears
51 - Rich McNee
49 - Gary Giese


Games Pitched (career)
67 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
34 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
21 - Terry Annese (1999- )
19 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003)
15 - Phil Anselmo (2003- ),Bill Hazel (2001- )
14 - Barry Annese (1999-2003
12 - Marcus John (2003- ), Steve Paolini (2004- )


Games Pitched (Season)
14 - Gary Giese (1999)
12 - Ken Ferry (2001, 2003, 2004)
11 - Ken Ferry (2002, 2005)
10 - Gary Giese (2000), Terry Annese (1999)
9 - Rich Mazzella (2001)
7 - Phil Anselmo (2003), Steve Paolini (2005)


Innings Pitched (Career)
317.33 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
149.33 - Gary Giese (1999-2003)
79.00 - Steve Paolini (2004- )
57.00 - Phil Anselmo (2003- )
53.33 - Terry Annese (1999- )
36.66 - Barry Annese (1999-2003)
34.33 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003)
28.66 - Marcus John (2003- )
16.33 - Ed Miller (1999- )
19.66 - Bill Hazel (2001- )


Innings Pitched (Season)
66.0 - Ken Ferry (2003)
65.67 - Ken Ferry (2005)
64.33 - Ken Ferry (2004)
63.67 - Gary Giese (1999)
53.33 - Gary Giese (2000), Ken Ferry (2001)
51.00 - Steve Paolini (2005)
44.2 - Ken Ferry (2002)


Pitching Strikeouts (Career)
300 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
150 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
74 - Steve Paolini (2004- )
31 - Phil Anselmo (2001- )
23 - Terry Annese (1999- )
20 - Marcus John (2001- )


Pitching Strikeouts (Season)
70 - Ken Ferry (2004)
65 - Ken Ferry (2003)
58 - Gary Giese (1999)
56 - Ken Ferry (2001)
51 - Ken Ferry (2001)
45 - Steve Paolini (2005)
44 - Gary Giese (2000)
41 - Gary Giese (2002)


Wins (Career)
23 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
6 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
4 - Phil Anselmo (2003 - )
3 - Rich Mazzella (2001-2003)
2 - Terry Annese (1999 - ), Marcus John (2003- ), Steve Paolini (2004- )


Wins (Season)
7 - Ken Ferry (2001)
6 - Ken Ferry (2004,2005)
4 - Ken Ferry (2003), Phil Anselmo (2004)
2 - Gary Giese (1999, 2000), Rich Mazzella (2001), Terry Annese (1999)


Losses (Career)
15 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
14 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
8 - Steve Paolini (2004- )
6 - Terry Annese (1999- )
5 - Phil Anselmo (2003- )
4 - Ed Miller (1999- )


Losses (Season)
7 - Gary Giese (1999)
5 - Ken Ferry (2002), Gary Giese (2000), Steve Paolini (2005)
4 - Terry Annese (2000)


Saves (Career)
5 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
4 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
1 - Steve Paolini (2004- )


Saves (Season)
3 - Gary Giese (1999)
2 - Ken Ferry (2004), Gary Giese (2002)
1 - Steve Paolini (2004), Gary Giese (2000, 2003)


Walks (Career)
172 - Ken Ferry (1999- )
89 - Gary Giese (1999-2000, 2002-2003)
78 - Terry Annese (1999- )
51 - Phil Anselmo (2003- )
37 - Marcus John (2003- )


Walks (Season)
48 - Gary Giese (1999)
42 - Terry Annese (1999)
36 - Ken Ferry (2003)
35 - Terry Annese (2000)
34 - Ken Ferry (2001 , 2005)
33 - Ken Ferry (2002)
32 - Phil Anselmo (2003)
21 - Marcus John (2004)





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April 13, 2008
Seems Like Old Times: Cris Lebron breaks out of the batter's box after lining a basehit over the outstretched glove of Devils' first baseman Dre' Velasquez, as the 25+ A's rout the Jersey Devils, 19-6, on Opening Day 2008 last Sunday at Rotary Field.


25+/35+ OPENING ACT A SUCCESS

25+ AMAZINS ROLL OVER DEVILS, 19-6
Joe D Sparkles in Mound Debut, Rico's 5 RBIs Pace Pair of Huge Innings

April 13 - The Marlton Athletics 25+ started the 2008 season with a bang, scoring an Opening Day record 19 runs on 15 hits, while newcomer Joe DiMeo twirled 5 shutout innings in his A's debut en route to a 19-6 Opening Day victory over the Jersey Devils this past Sunday at Rotary Field.

After a scoreless first inning, the Good Guys put up a 6-spot in the bottom of the second inning and never looked back. Shortstop Jason Davis led off the inning with a walk off of Devils' starter Brett Graver and moved to second on brother Travis Davis' single to center. The Brothers Davis then pulled off a double steal, with Jason coming all the way around to score when the throw from Devs' catcher Nick Skoufalos sailed into the outfield to make it 1-0. After a Cris Lebron flyout, starting pitcher Joe DiMeo drew a walk and immediately stole second base to put runners on second and third with one out. Marcus John followed with an RBI single to center that brough home Davis to make it 2-0, A's. John then stole the Amazins' fourth base of the inning ahead of EH Lee Madden's walk that loaded the bases for catcher Eric Talarico. "South Beach" would then unintentially provide a dose of controversy, lifting a soft liner off the end of the bat down the third base line that landed near the left edge of the chalk just before the outfield grass. The home plate umpire called the back spinning drive fair, setting off a vehement Devils' arguement from Devils' coaches Brian Dougherty and Frank Biskup, eventually sending the latter to the showers for the day. DiMeo and John scored on the play to give the A's a 4-run advantage while Madden stopped at second. Graver nearly limited the damage from the questionable call, getting Phil Anselmo to pop out to third for the second out, but after a wild pitch sent the runners to second and third, leftfielder Gregg Kuzma stroked a 2-run single to give DiMeo a 6-run comfort zone to take back out to the hill.

Following a 1-2-3 top of the third from 'Joe D', the A's made it 7-0 in the bottom half after HoWon Lee singled, stole second, moved to third on a wild pitch and scored on Travis Davis' sacrifice fly to center. Keith Harvey collected the first and only Devils hit off DiMeo leading off the fourth, but he was stranded at first base after the righthander struck out EH Jeff Romanik and first baseman Dre' Velasquez around a fly out from shortstop John Plunkett to end the minor threat.

The Amazins collected four more runs in the bottom of the fourth as John led off reaching on an infield error and Madden walked to put two men on. After Anslemo walked to load the bases, Jared Carey lifted a pop-up to the right side, which immediately invoked the infield fly rule from the men in blue. Devs second baseman Paul Vidal backpedaled onto the outfield grass but dropped the ball, allowing John to score on the play while Madden and Anselmo moved up a base. Gregg Jewett then plated a pair of runs on an infield error and after a single from Kuzma and a walk to centerfielder George Felder, Lee collected his first A's RBI on a bases loaded walk.

DiMeo cruised through the middle of the Devils order with a 1-2-3 fifth inning and turned the ball over to Jared Carey, who was also making his A's debut. The lefthander from Lehigh University, continuing his comeback from rotator cuff surgery, ran into difficulty almost immediately - struggling to find his rhythm as the Devils capitalized to cut into the Marlton lead.

Chris Fareri led off the top of the sixth with a walk and stole second. Paul Vidal got the Devs on the board with an RBI single that made the score 11-1. Chris Jones followed with a single to put runners on first and third with nobody out. Vidal trotted home when Talarico's throw to second on Jones' attempted steal skipped past Travis Davis and into the outfield. Jones went to third on the play and came around to score on Caesare's sacrifice fly to center for the Devs' third run on the inning.

Carey then walked Dougherty, Harvey, Romanik and Plunkett in succession, forcing home a run, which was followed by 2-run infield error off the bat of Dre' Velasquez that suddenly cut the lead to 11-6. However, just as quickly as the Devils scored, the A's lefthander suddenly snapped his game into place and shut the door, picking Velasquez off of first and getting Brian Reinart to ground to third to end the inning.

Caesare came on to pitch for the Pitchforks and promptly walked Talarico to lead off the A's sixth. 'South Beach' stole second and was seemingly stranded there after Anselmo and Carey flew out to left and rightfield, respectively. However, first baseman Terry Annese worked a full count before driving a 2-out RBI single to right that plated Talarico to stretch the A's lead back to six, at 12-6.

A loosened up Carey cruised through a scoreless seventh, capped by a strikeout of Vidal that was highlighted a pair of nasty curve balls. The offense made sure that the lefthander's final memory of the hill for the day would be a good one - sending 12 men to the plate in a seventh inning that would end the game in walk-off fashion, literally. Lee led off with a single and went to second on an outfield error. One out later Lee stole third and trotted home on a Travis Davis RBI single. Davis stole second and third ahead of a Lebron walk before DiMeo laced an RBI single that made the score 14-6. John then collected an infield single to load the bases and after Madden struck out for the second out, Talarico boomed a 3-run double up the leftfield gap that seemingly extended the lead to 17-6. Anselmo walked and Carey drove an run-scoring single to right, scoring Talarico with what should have been the 18th run of the game. However, the scorekeeper miscounted and thinking the Carey hit gave the A's only an 11-run lead, play continued albeit momentarily. Annese and Kuzma follwed with consecutive walks off Ceasare to end the game for second and final time, at 19-6, A's.

AMAZIN NOTES: Starting pitcher Joe DiMeo (1-0) cruised threw five scoreless inning to collect his first win in an A's uniform - allowing just a fourth inning single to go with a walk, a hit batsman and five strike outs. Lefthander Jared Carey went two innings, allowing six runs, three earned, on three hits, walking six and striking out one. All 14 Marlton hitters that appeared in the ballgame reached base at least one time either by hit, walk or error. The offense was typically well spread out, as five A's collected two hits apiece and another 6 A's reached base at least twice, aided by 13 Devil walks and handful of defensive miscues. C Eric Talarico collected his second 5-RBI performance in an A's uniform, collecting a single and double to go with a walk, a pair of stolen bases and three runs scored. Leadoff man Gregg Kuzma reached base four times with two singles, two walks, a stolen base and 3 RBIs.

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
2B Travis Davis: 2-for-3, sac fly, 2 RS, 2 RBIs, 3 SB
EH/LF HoWon Lee: 2-for-3, BB, RBI, 2 RS, 2 SB
3B/2B Marcus John: 2-for-4, RBI, 3 RS, 2 SB




35+ A's DUMP G-MEN, 15-7, BEHIND CIRILLO BOMB

The Over 35 A's traveled to JFK in Willingboro to take on the Rancocas Giants in the 2008 season opener. This game can be summed up with two highlights.

CIRILLO GOES YARD! and WRONG WAY McHUGH WINS FIRST OPENING DAY START!.

The game started out great for the A's who got out of the blocks with a BIG 1st inning. Snow led off with a triple and scored when Rafferty reached on an error. Cirillo came to the plate on this windy morning with the wind actually blowing in and he pounded an offering over the fence down the left field line and just like that, 3 batters and a 3-0 lead. THIS WAS A LEGIT TATER. McHugh and Wilkinson later scored on an RBI single by Cullinan and after a half it was 5-0 A's.

Billy McHugh(who went to our Home field as opposed to where the game was actually being played) was making his first ever Opening Dat start, got nicked for a run but got out of significant trouble in the 1st. The Giants however got 3 runs back in the 2nd on 4 hits and an error and after 2 it was 5-4 A's.

Neither team scored in the 3rd and the A's tacked on 3 in the 4th. Hunter, who had walked, scored on an RBI by (MSBL newcomer) Frank Gifford, he then scored on an RBI single by Joe Bowyer (who is also new to the MSBL this year) who then scored on an RBI double by Cubbage. The frame ended 8-5 as the Giants got a solo run back in the bottom of the 4th.

The A's broke it open with 5 in the top of the 5th. Rafferty reached on an error, Cirillo followed with a single, Lou Pell(also making his summer season debut) then reached on an error. With the bases loaded the A's other rookie, Bryan Bartlett walked to force in Rafferty, Wilkinson then walked to force in Cirillo, then Cullinan hammered a triple down the left field line to clear the bases and make it a 13-5 game.

The A's would get two more in the 6th when Gifford and Bowyer singled back to back. Gifford scored on Cubbage's single and Bowyer scored on a sac fly by Snow to make it 15-5. The Giants would get two off McHugh in the bottom of the 6th as he got out of further trouble finishing his day's work.

The A's could score no further and Adrian Gonzalez came in to pitch scoreless 7th and 8th innings with an efficient performance ending the game on a K and the A's open on the new season with a solid W.


HIGHLIGHTS
Cirillo a triple short of cycle
Cubby 3 hits
Jimmy C 5 RBI's
Billy solid 6 innings on the hill
Soccer Boy with 3 hits




4/13/08 SCOREBOARD
Cherokee HS (4/20/2008)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
SJ REDSOX (0-0)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
0
18+ Marlton A's (0-0)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0
0
0

18+ A's Opening Day: April 20th vs. Redsox
Rotary Field
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Jersey Devils (0-1)
0 0 0 0 0 6 0 x x
6
4
6
25+ Marlton A's (1-0)
0 6 1 4 0 1
7
x x
19
15
2
WP: DiMeo (1-0); LP: Graver (0-1)
2B: Talarico (M)
Amazins Pound Out 15 Hits in 19-6 Rout of Devs, DiMeo Shines in First A's Start
JFK HS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
35+ Marlton A's (1-0)
5 0 0 3 5 2 0 0 0
15
14
2
Rancocas Giants (0-1)
1 3 0 1 0 2
0
0 0
7
6
1
WP: McHugh (1-0); LP: (0-1)
HR: Cirillo (M)
Cirillo's Bomb, McHugh's Arm Slay Giants, 15-7
2008 MARLTON A's
TRANSACTIONS
MAY 4, 2007: 18+ A's sign P/OF Frank Houser.

MAY 1, 2007: 18+ A's place OFs Kyle Riley and Jared Joya on the Inactive List.

APRIL 29, 2007: 28+ A's activate OF Gregg Kuzma (forearm) from the Disabled List. 18+ A's sign OF/IF/C Todd Camp.

APRIL 22, 2007: 28+ A's activated C/IF Rich McNee from the Disabled List.

APRIL 15, 2007: 28+ A's place OF Gregg Kuzma (forearm) and OF Phil Anselmo (knee) on the Disabled List.

MARCH 18, 2007: 28+ A's signed IF/OF Gregg Jewett, SS/P Travis Davis and OF George Felder.

MARCH 4, 2007: 28+ A's signed IF/OF Chris Lebron.

MARCH 1, 2007: 38+ A's sign P/OF Gabe Mastrangelo, P Danny Hill, P Adrian Gonzalez, EH "BIG" John DeLeon, INF/OF Tom Milsop, OF/INF Jeff Rafferty.

FEBRUARY 28, 2007: 38+ A's Announce the retirement of OF/INF Todd Camp, Tom Wilkinson and grant the release of P Paul Moran. A's release INF/OF Eric Mitchell.

FEBRUARY 20, 2007: Placed C/IF Rich McNee (shoulder) and C/OF Lee Madden (shoulder) on the 60-day disabled list.

FEBRUARY 17, 2007: Invited SS Mike Cooker to the 28+ A's 2007 Spring Training.

FEBRUARY 14, 2007: 28+ A's placed P/OF Scott Mitchell on the rostered/ inactive list.

JANUARY 26, 2007: Formally announced that the Marlton A's will field a 18+ team beginning in the 2007 season.

JANUARY 21, 2007: Invited IF/OF Chris Lebron, C/OF/3B Eric Talarico and P Bill Lindsey to the 28+ A's 2007 Spring Training.

NOVEMBER 7, 2006: 28+ A's released IF Gary Shears and OF Ray Jobson.



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