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2001 Detroit Tigers season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2001 Detroit Tigers
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record66–96 (.407)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Mike Ilitch
General manager(s)Randy Smith
Manager(s)Phil Garner
Local televisionWKBD
(Frank Beckmann, Al Kaline)
FSN Detroit
(Kirk Gibson, Josh Lewin)
Local radioWXYT (AM)
(Ernie Harwell, Jim Price, Dan Dickerson)
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The 2001 Detroit Tigers season was the team's 101st season and its 2nd at Comerica Park. The Detroit Tigers failed to win the AL Central and finished with a 66–96 record, missing the playoffs for the 14th consecutive season.

Offseason

  • December 5, 2000: Randall Simon was signed as a Free Agent with the Detroit Tigers.[1]

Regular season

Season standings

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Cleveland Indians 91 71 0.562 44–36 47–35
Minnesota Twins 85 77 0.525 6 47–34 38–43
Chicago White Sox 83 79 0.512 8 46–35 37–44
Detroit Tigers 66 96 0.407 25 37–44 29–52
Kansas City Royals 65 97 0.401 26 35–46 30–51


Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team ANA BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL 
Anaheim 4–5 4–3 6–3 5–4 5–4 5–4 3–6 4–3 6–14 4–15 7–2 7–12 5–4 10–8
Baltimore 5–4 9–10 3–4 1–5 4–2 5–2 3–3 5–13 2–7 1–8 10–9 2–7 7–12 6–12
Boston 3–4 10–9 3–3 3–6 4–5 3–3 3–3 5–13 4–5 3–6 14–5 5–2 12–7 10–8
Chicago 3–6 4–3 3–3 10–9 13–6 14–5 5–14 1–5 1–8 2–7 5–2 7–2 3–3 12–6
Cleveland 4–5 5–1 6–3 9–10 13–6 11–8 14–5 4–5 4–3 2–5 5–1 5–4 2–4 7–11
Detroit 4–5 2–4 5–4 6–13 6–13 8–11 4–15 4–5 1–6 2–5 4–2 8–1 2–4 10–8
Kansas City 4–5 2–5 3–3 5–14 8–11 11–8 6–13 0–6 3–6 3–6 4–2 4–5 4–3 8–10
Minnesota 6–3 3–3 3–3 14–5 5–14 15–4 13–6 4–2 5–4 1–8 1–6 4–5 2–5 9–9
New York 3–4 13–5 13–5 5–1 5–4 5–4 6–0 2–4 3–6 3–6 13–6 3–4 11–8 10–8
Oakland 14–6 7–2 5–4 8–1 3–4 6–1 6–3 4–5 6–3 9–10 7–2 9–10 6–3 12–6
Seattle 15–4 8–1 6–3 7–2 5–2 5–2 6–3 8–1 6–3 10–9 7–2 15–5 6–3 12–6
Tampa Bay 2–7 9–10 5–14 2–5 1–5 2–4 2–4 6–1 6–13 2–7 2–7 4–5 9–10 10–8
Texas 12–7 7–2 2–5 2–7 4–5 1–8 5–4 5–4 4–3 10–9 5–15 5–4 3–6 8–10
Toronto 4–5 12–7 7–12 3–3 4–2 4–2 3–4 5–2 8–11 3–6 3–6 10–9 6–3 8–10


Opening Day lineup

Roger Cedeño, rf

Damion Easley, 2b

Bobby Higginson, lf

Tony Clark, 1b

Billy McMillon, dh

Deivi Cruz, ss

Juan Encarnación, cf

Shane Halter, 3b

Brandon Inge, c

Jeff Weaver, p

Notable transactions

Roster

2001 Detroit Tigers
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Game log

Legend
Tigers win Tigers loss Game postponed
2001 Game Log
April (8–15) – home (5–9) – road (3–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Time Att. Record Box
1 April 3 Twins 3–2 Radke (1–0) Weaver (0–1) Wells (1) 2:32 40,104 0–1 box
2 April 5 Twins 9–5 (10) Guardado (1–0) Jones (0–1) 3:12 20,836 0–2 box
3 April 6 @ White Sox 10–9 (10) Patterson (1–0) Foulke (0–1) Jones (1) 3:38 43,954 1–2 box[permanent dead link]
4 April 7 @ White Sox 5–3 Holt (1–0) Buehrle (0–1) Jones (2) 2:31 20,264 2–2 box[permanent dead link]
5 April 8 @ White Sox 5–3 Weaver (1–1) Wells (1–1) Jones (3) 2:49 19,887 3–2 box[permanent dead link]
6 April 9 @ Twins 11–5 Radke (2–0) Sparks (0–1) 3:01 46,101 3–3 box[permanent dead link]
7 April 10 @ Twins 8–2 Milton (1–0) Perisho (0–1) 2:43 9,130 3–4 box[permanent dead link]
8 April 11 @ Twins 12–1 Mays (2–0) Mlicki (0–1) 2:47 11,149 3–5 box[permanent dead link]
9 April 12 Indians 5–3 Colón (1–1) Holt (1–1) Wickman (3) 3:15 15,639 3–6 box
10 April 13 Indians 9–8 Sabathia (1–0) Weaver (1–2) Shuey (1) 3:27 20,334 3–7 box
11 April 14 Indians 1–0 Sparks (1–1) Finley (1–2) 2:03 23,119 4–7 box
April 15 Indians Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for July 28
12 April 17 White Sox 7–4 Anderson (1–0) Wunsch (0–1) Jones (4) 2:39 13,068 5–7 box
13 April 18 White Sox 6–4 Buehrle (1–2) Holt (1–2) Foulke (4) 2:49 13,180 5–8 box
14 April 19 White Sox 3–1 Wells (2–2) Weaver (1–3) 2:34 14,571 5–9 box
15 April 20 @ Indians 5–4 Wickman (1–0) Nitkowski (0–1) 3:19 33,127 5–10 box[permanent dead link]
16 April 21 @ Indians 5–4 (11) Reed (1–1) Jones (0–2) 3:27 42,068 5–11 box[permanent dead link]
17 April 22 @ Indians 11–3 Burba (2–1) Mlicki (0–2) 3:02 34,125 5–12 box[permanent dead link]
18 April 24 Orioles 8–3 Hentgen (1–2) Weaver (1–4) 2:41 14,101 5–13 box
19 April 25 Orioles 6–4 Roberts (3–0) Sparks (2–0) Kohlmeier (4) 2:48 18,919 5–14 box
20 April 26 Orioles 8–2 Holt (2–2) Johnson (1–2) 2:37 18,824 6–14 box
21 April 27 Devil Rays 4–2 Mlicki (1–2) Rupe (1–3) Jones (5) 2:49 16,458 7–14 box
22 April 28 Devil Rays 7–3 Judd (1–0) Perisho (0–2) 3:03 18,666 7–15 box
23 April 29 Devil Rays 6–1 Weaver (2–4) Lopez (3–2) 2:27 16,769 8–15 box
May (14–13) – home (6–6) – road (8–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Time Att. Record Box
24 May 1 @ Rangers 6–3 (10) Patterson (2–0) Zimmerman (1–2) Jones (6) 3:01 25,638 9–15 box[permanent dead link]
25 May 2 @ Rangers 8–4 Holt (3–2) Oliver (4–1) Anderson (1) 3:00 33,825 10–15 box[permanent dead link]
26 May 3 @ Rangers 9–4 Mlicki (2–2) Helling (1–5) 2:48 34,051 11–15 box[permanent dead link]
27 May 4 @ Angels 7–5 Weber (1–0) Murray (0–1) Percival (7) 3:16 36,690 11–16 box[permanent dead link]
28 May 5 @ Angels 11–2 Weaver (3–4) Ortiz (3–3) 2:49 24,758 12–16 box[permanent dead link]
29 May 6 @ Angels 3–2 Levine (1–1) Patterson (2–1) 2:56 29,353 12–17 box[permanent dead link]
30 May 8 Rangers 5–4 Jones (1–2) Crabtree (0–1) 3:36 21,662 13–17 box
31 May 9 Rangers 3–2 Mlicki (3–2) Davis (2–3) Jones (7) 2:55 17,933 14–17 box
32 May 10 Rangers 6–5 Patterson (3–1) Zimmerman (1–3) Jones (8) 2:56 25,306 15–17 box
33 May 11 Angels 7–6 Jones (2–2) Lukasiewicz (0–1) 4:17 18,811 16–17 box
34 May 12 Angels 4–1 Anderson (2–0) Hasegawa (1–3) 2:53 22,133 17–17 box
35 May 13 Angels 14–2 Washburn (2–4) Holt (3–3) 3:16 20,012 17–18 box
36 May 15 @ Orioles 11–3 Ponson (1–3) Mlicki (3–3) 3:07 33,853 17–19 box[permanent dead link]
37 May 16 @ Orioles 3–2 Hentgen (2–3) Weaver (3–5) Ryan (1) 2:24 27,722 17–20 box[permanent dead link]
38 May 17 @ Orioles 7–5 Sparks (2–2) Roberts (4–3) Jones (9) 2:52 27,508 18–20 box[permanent dead link]
39 May 18 @ Devil Rays 18–2 Santos (1–0) Sturtze (1–3) 3:00 12,131 19–20 box[permanent dead link]
40 May 19 @ Devil Rays 10–5 Holt (4–3) Lopez (3–4) Patterson (1) 2:59 13,304 20–20 box[permanent dead link]
41 May 20 @ Devil Rays 10–2 Wilson (2–5) Mlicki (3–4) 2:39 13,512 20–21 box[permanent dead link]
42 May 22 @ Indians 3–0 Weaver (4–5) Colón (4–4) Jones (10) 3:00 35,362 21–21 box[permanent dead link]
43 May 23 @ Indians 4–3 Wickman (2–0) Borkowski (0–1) 3:11 36,804 21–22 box[permanent dead link]
44 May 24 @ Indians 8–5 Burba (7–2) Santos (1–1) Wickman (8) 3:10 36,295 21–23 box[permanent dead link]
45 May 25 White Sox 8–4 Lowe (2–0) Jones (2–3) 3:08 21,053 21–24 box
46 May 26 White Sox 8–0 Buehrle (2–3) Mlicki (3–5) 2:39 25,881 21–25 box
47 May 27 White Sox 3–2 Barceló (1–0) Patterson (3–2) Lowe (1) 3:55 17,355 21–26 box
48 May 28 Indians 12–6 Sparks (3–2) Finley (4–4) 2:56 24,615 22–26 box
49 May 29 Indians 6–4 Shuey (4–1) Murray (0–2) Wickman (10) 3:20 21,404 22–27 box
50 May 30 Indians 8–4 Wright (1–0) Holt (4–4) Wickman (11) 3:31 18,359 22–28 box
May 31 @ White Sox Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for September 4
June (10–17) – home (8–5) – road (2–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Time Att. Record Box
51 June 1 @ White Sox 3–0 Buehrle (3–3) Mlicki (3–6) Foulke (10) 2:34 19,840 22–29 box[permanent dead link]
52 June 2 @ White Sox 5–3 Wells (4–5) Weaver (4–6) Foulke (11) 2:30 23,915 22–30 box[permanent dead link]
53 June 3 @ White Sox 9–6 (10) Howry (3–2) Jones (2–4) 3:17 19,446 22–31 box[permanent dead link]
54 June 5 @ Red Sox 4–3 (18) Wakefield (3–0) Borkowski (0–2) 5:52 32,814 22–32 box[permanent dead link]
55 June 6 @ Red Sox 7–3 Mlicki (4–6) Castillo (5–4) Anderson (2) 3:14 32,794 23–32 box[permanent dead link]
56 June 7 @ Red Sox 8–1 Wakefield (4–0) Santos (1–2) Arrojo (5) 2:59 32,132 23–33 box[permanent dead link]
57 June 8 Brewers 9–4 Weaver (5–6) Rigdon (3–4) 3:23 27,770 24–33 box
58 June 9 Brewers 6–5 Anderson (3–0) Leskanic (2–3) 2:52 26,276 25–33 box
59 June 10 Brewers 8–3 Wright (5–4) Holt (4–5) 2:51 23,070 25–34 box
60 June 12 Pirates 13–3 Ritchie (1–8) Mlicki (4–7) 2:41 15,919 25–35 box
61 June 13 Pirates 6–3 Weaver (6–6) Beimel (2–2) Anderson (3) 3:04 17,639 26–35 box
62 June 14 Pirates 6–4 Sparks (4–2) Arroyo (3–5) Anderson (4) 2:45 17,305 27–35 box
63 June 15 @ Diamondbacks 5–2 Holt (5–5) Brohawn (1–3) Anderson (5) 2:59 31,683 28–35 box[permanent dead link]
64 June 16 @ Diamondbacks 3–1 Ellis (6–2) Blair (0–1) Prinz (6) 2:44 35,028 28–36 box[permanent dead link]
65 June 17 @ Diamondbacks 8–3 Schilling (11–2) Mlicki (4–8) 2:34 39,760 28–37 box[permanent dead link]
66 June 18 Yankees 10–1 Clemens (9–1) Weaver (6–7) 3:03 29,365 28–38 box
67 June 19 Yankees 7–1 Sparks (5–2) Keisler (1–2) 2:20 24,171 29–38 box
68 June 20 Yankees 5–2 Holt (6–5) Hernández (0–1) Anderson (6) 3:18 23,618 30–38 box
June 21 Yankees Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for July 18
69 June 22 Twins 5–4 Jones (3–4) Wells (5–3) 3:01 28,282 31–38 box
70 June 23 Twins 10–9 Patterson (4–2) Carrasco (3–3) Jones (11) 3:18 28,935 32–38 box
71 June 24 Twins 14–5 Milton (8–3) Sparks (5–3) 3:04 27,024 32–39 box
72 June 25 Twins 6–3 Mays (9–5) Holt (6–6) Hawkins (17) 2:43 22,302 32–40 box
73 June 26 @ Royals 12–5 Reichert (7–6) Blair (0–2) 2:39 13,966 32–41 box[permanent dead link]
74 June 27 @ Royals 5–4 Hernández (2–2) Jones (3–5) 2:50 15,207 32–42 box[permanent dead link]
75 June 28 @ Royals 9–2 Durbin (6–6) Weaver (6–8) 2:39 22,239 32–43 box[permanent dead link]
76 June 29 @ Twins 3–2 Wells (6–3) Murray (0–3) Hawkins (19) 2:41 21,312 32–44 box[permanent dead link]
77 June 30 @ Twins 3–2 Mays (10–5) Holt (6–6) Guardado (3) 2:12 34,460 32–45 box[permanent dead link]
July (14–13) – home (9–5) – road (5–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Time Att. Record Box
78 July 1 @ Twins 8–3 Santana (1–0) Blair (0–3) 2:41 21,031 32–46 box[permanent dead link]
79 July 3 Royals 8–4 Lima (2–2) Durbin (6–7) 2:55 23,824 33–46 box
80 July 4 Royals 6–4 Weaver (7–8) Bailey (1–1) Anderson (7) 3:22 27,115 34–46 box
81 July 5 Royals 7–1 Sparks (6–3) Wilson (2–1) 2:20 22,281 35–46 box
82 July 6 Cubs 15–9 Heredia (2–0) Nitkowski (0–2) 3:49 39,906 35–47 box
83 July 7 Cubs 10–6 Lieber (11–4) Blair (0–4) 3:09 39,697 35–48 box
84 July 8 Cubs 9–6 Jones (4–5) Heredia (2–1) Anderson (8) 2:59 38,729 36–48 box
85 July 12 @ Cardinals 7–5 Weaver (8–8) Kile (9–7) Anderson (9) 3:14 35,554 37–48 box[permanent dead link]
86 July 13 @ Cardinals 4–1 Sparks (7–3) Matthews (3–4) 2:32 38,667 38–48 box[permanent dead link]
87 July 14 @ Cardinals 3–2 Morris (11–5) Lima (2–3) Kline (3) 2:36 47,176 38–49 box[permanent dead link]
88 July 15 @ Reds 8–5 Blair (1–4) Nichting (0–3) Anderson (10) 3:07 24,719 39–49 box[permanent dead link]
89 July 16 @ Reds 9–1 Davis (2–1) Pettyjohn (0–1) 2:28 19,757 39–50 box
90 July 17 @ Reds 3–1 Weaver (9–8) Reitsma (4–9) Anderson (11) 2:58 19,933 40–50 box[permanent dead link]
91 July 18 Yankees 8–5 Clemens (13–1) Sparks (7–4) Rivera (32) 2:49 14,800 40–51 box
92 July 18 Yankees 12–4 Santos (2–2) Lilly (3–3) 3:11 33,216 41–51 box
93 July 19 Yankees 11–2 Lima (3–3) Pettitte (9–6) 2:38 35,320 42–51 box
94 July 20 @ Indians 7–3 Holt (7–7) Westbrook (2–2) 3:03 42,520 43–51 box[permanent dead link]
95 July 21 @ Indians 8–4 Nagy (4–3) Pettyjohn (0–2) 2:31 42,316 43–52 box[permanent dead link]
96 July 22 @ Indians 6–3 Colón (9–7) Weaver (9–9) 3:07 42,462 43–53 box[permanent dead link]
97 July 24 @ Yankees 5–3 Pettitte (10–6) Sparks (7–5) Rivera (33) 2:58 34,519 43–54 box[permanent dead link]
98 July 25 @ Yankees 4–2 Witasick (7–2) Lima (3–4) Rivera (34) 2:40 34,480 43–55 box[permanent dead link]
99 July 26 @ Yankees 14–8 Mendoza (7–2) Holt (7–8) 3:13 45,221 43–56 box[permanent dead link]
100 July 27 Indians 7–4 Colón (10–7) Pettyjohn (0–3) Wickman (18) 2:57 39,504 43–57 box
101 July 28 Indians 6–4 Báez (1–0) Murray (0–4) Wickman (19) 3:09 27,643 43–58 box
102 July 28 Indians 4–2 Weaver (10–9) Woodard (1–1) Anderson (12) 2:44 34,916 44–58 box
103 July 29 Indians 8–3 Sparks (8–5) Burba (9–8) 2:38 32,918 45–58 box
104 July 31 Mariners 4–2 Lima (4–4) Sele (12–3) Anderson (13) 2:24 30,022 46–58 box
August (9–20) – home (4–11) – road (5–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Time Att. Record Box
105 August 1 Mariners 7–1 Abbott (11–2) Holt (7–9) 3:01 23,847 46–59 box
106 August 2 Mariners 2–1 Piñeiro (2–0) Pettyjohn (0–4) Sasaki (35) 2:23 27,097 46–60 box
107 August 3 Athletics 2–1 Hudson (13–6) Weaver (10–10) 2:25 30,071 46–61 box
108 August 4 Athletics 10–1 Zito (7–7) Sparks (8–6) 2:29 28,331 46–62 box
109 August 5 Athletics 4–1 Lidle (6–5) Lima (4–5) Isringhausen (20) 2:18 26,626 46–63 box
110 August 6 Athletics 6–3 Vizcaíno (1–0) Patterson (4–3) Isringhausen (21) 3:06 21,830 46–64 box
111 August 7 @ Rangers 7–3 Perisho (1–2) Venafro (4–3) 2:44 26,621 47–64 box[permanent dead link]
112 August 8 @ Rangers 19–6 Patterson (5–3) Venafro (4–4) 3:26 30,016 48–64 box[permanent dead link]
113 August 9 @ Rangers 7–3 Helling (9–9) Sparks (8–7) 3:08 27,652 48–65 box[permanent dead link]
114 August 10 @ Royals 7–3 Byrd (5–5) Weaver (10–11) Stein (1) 2:38 22,107 48–66 box[permanent dead link]
115 August 11 @ Royals 4–1 George (1–3) Lima (4–6) Hernández (21) 2:04 26,943 48–67 box[permanent dead link]
116 August 12 @ Royals 6–4 Suppan (6–10) Pettyjohn (0–5) Hernández (22) 2:31 17,811 48–68 box[permanent dead link]
117 August 14 Angels 7–1 Washburn (10–6) Cornejo (0–1) 2:52 24,082 48–69 box
118 August 15 Angels 5–1 Perisho (2–2) Holtz (0–1) 2:33 20,853 49–69 box
119 August 16 Angels 4–2 Schoeneweis (10–8) Weaver (10–12) Percival (34) 2:37 22,141 49–70 box
120 August 17 Royals 4–2 Lima (5–6) George (1–4) Anderson (14) 2:12 30,214 50–70 box
121 August 18 Royals 8–4 Suppan (7–10) Nitkowski (0–3) 2:50 31,897 50–71 box
122 August 19 Royals 4–3 Cornejo (1–1) Durbin (7–12) Anderson (15) 2:17 26,898 51–71 box
123 August 20 @ Mariners 4–1 Sparks (9–7) García (15–5) 2:22 45,972 52–71 box[permanent dead link]
124 August 21 @ Mariners 4–1 Sele (13–4) Weaver (10–13) Sasaki (40) 2:20 45,036 52–72 box[permanent dead link]
125 August 22 @ Mariners 16–1 Abbott (13–3) Lima (5–7) 2:57 45,814 52–73 box[permanent dead link]
126 August 23 @ Mariners 5–1 Piñeiro (3–0) Redman (2–5) 3:10 45,063 52–74 box[permanent dead link]
127 August 24 @ Athletics 8–4 Cornejo (2–1) Hudson (14–7) 3:20 41,646 53–74 box[permanent dead link]
128 August 25 @ Athletics 6–1 Zito (10–8) Sparks (9–8) 2:45 24,236 53–75 box[permanent dead link]
129 August 26 @ Athletics 7–6 Tam (2–3) Perisho (2–3) Isringhausen (26) 3:13 27,915 53–76 box[permanent dead link]
130 August 28 White Sox 8–6 Embree (1–3) Patterson (5–4) Howry (5) 2:59 19,129 53–77 box
131 August 29 White Sox 8–3 Glover (4–1) Redman (2–6) 3:19 21,998 53–78 box
132 August 30 White Sox 3–1 Cornejo (3–1) Buehrle (12–7) Anderson (16) 2:04 24,364 54–78 box
133 August 31 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Sparks (10–8) Borbón (2–4) Anderson (17) 2:49 22,383 55–78 box[permanent dead link]
September (9–14) – home (3–4) – road (6–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Time Att. Record Box
134 September 1 @ Blue Jays 3–1 Lyon (4–2) Weaver (10–14) Plesac (1) 2:13 22,052 55–79 box[permanent dead link]
135 September 2 @ Blue Jays 11–0 Loaiza (10–11) Lima (5–8) 2:39 24,146 55–80 box[permanent dead link]
136 September 4 @ White Sox 10–1 Buehrle (13–7) Cornejo (3–2) 2:41 N/A 55–81 box[permanent dead link]
137 September 4 @ White Sox 4–0 Lowe (7–4) Pettyjohn (0–6) 2:31 13,265 55–82 box[permanent dead link]
138 September 5 @ White Sox 5–3 Wright (3–2) Sparks (10–9) Foulke (37) 2:45 14,576 55–83 box[permanent dead link]
139 September 6 @ White Sox 6–2 Weaver (11–14) Garland (6–6) 3:27 13,602 56–83 box[permanent dead link]
140 September 7 Blue Jays 2–1 Lyon (5–2) Lima (5–9) Koch (31) 2:20 28,083 56–84 box
141 September 8 Blue Jays 4–3 Murray (1–4) Halladay (3–2) Anderson (18) 2:45 29,158 57–84 box
142 September 9 Blue Jays 6–3 Carpenter (10–11) Cornejo (3–3) Guardado (6) 2:56 24,652 57–85 box
143 September 10 Twins 3–2 Mays (15–13) Pineda (0–1) 2:48 19,456 57–86 box
September 11 Twins Postponed (9/11 attack) Rescheduled for October 2
September 12 Twins Postponed (9/11 attack) Rescheduled for October 3
September 13 Twins Postponed (9/11 attack) Rescheduled for October 4
September 14 Royals Postponed (9/11 attack) Rescheduled for October 5
September 15 Royals Postponed (9/11 attack) Rescheduled for October 6
September 16 Royals Postponed (9/11 attack) Rescheduled for October 7
144 September 18 @ Twins 8–3 Radke (13–9) Weaver (11–15) 2:48 10,878 57–87 box[permanent dead link]
145 September 19 @ Twins 6–2 Sparks (11–9) Milton (14–6) 2:28 10,157 58–87 box[permanent dead link]
146 September 20 @ Twins 3–0 Mays (16–13) Lima (5–10) 2:07 9,754 58–88 box[permanent dead link]
147 September 21 @ Red Sox 5–2 Fossum (2–1) Murray (1–5) Urbina (21) 2:33 30,905 58–89 box[permanent dead link]
148 September 22 @ Red Sox 4–3 Pettyjohn (1–6) Arrojo (5–4) Anderson (19) 3:05 30,871 59–89 box[permanent dead link]
149 September 23 @ Red Sox 12–6 Weaver (12–15) Nomo (12–9) 3:04 31,333 60–89 box[permanent dead link]
150 September 24 @ Royals 4–2 Sparks (12–9) Suppan (9–13) Anderson (20) 2:34 12,152 61–89 box[permanent dead link]
151 September 25 @ Royals 6–4 Lima (6–10) George (4–6) Anderson (21) 2:47 11,160 62–89 box[permanent dead link]
152 September 26 @ Royals 8–6 Stein (6–8) Murray (1–6) Hernández (25) 3:05 11,097 62–90 box[permanent dead link]
153 September 27 @ Royals 8–7 MacDougal (1–0) Cornejo (3–4) Hernández (26) 3:35 11,978 62–91 box[permanent dead link]
154 September 28 Red Sox 4–1 Weaver (13–15) Nomo (12–10) Anderson (22) 2:54 32,453 63–91 box
155 September 29 Red Sox 7–2 Sparks (13–9) Kim (0–2) 2:25 30,089 64–91 box
156 September 30 Red Sox 8–5 Castillo (9–9) Lima (6–11) Urbina (23) 3:15 29,229 64–92 box
October (2–4) – home (2–4) – road (0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Time Att. Record Box
157 October 2 Twins 5–0 Radke (14–11) Murray (1–7) 2:20 11,941 64–93 box
158 October 3 Twins 9–5 Cornejo (4–4) Fiore (0–1) 2:39 12,318 65–93 box
159 October 4 Twins 5–4 Carrasco (4–3) Anderson (3–1) Guardado (10) 2:44 15,454 65–94 box
October 5 Royals Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for October 6
160 October 6 Royals 8–3 Suppan (10–14) Weaver (13–16) Hernández (28) 2:50 N/A 65–95 box
161 October 6 Royals 2–1 Sparks (14–9) George (4–8) 1:56 18,884 66–95 box
162 October 7 Royals 10–4 Stein (7–8) Lima (6–12) 2:14 19,261 66–96 box

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Brandon Inge 79 189 34 .180 0 15
Tony Clark 126 428 123 .287 16 75
Damion Easley 154 585 146 .250 11 65
José Macías 137 488 131 .268 8 51
Deivi Cruz 110 414 106 .256 7 52
Bobby Higginson 147 541 150 .277 17 71
Roger Cedeño 131 523 153 .293 6 48
Juan Encarnación 120 417 101 .242 12 52
Shane Halter 136 450 128 .284 12 65
Robert Fick 124 401 109 .272 19 61
Wendell Magee 90 207 44 .213 5 17
Randall Simon 81 256 78 .305 6 37
Ryan Jackson 79 118 25 .212 2 11
Dean Palmer 57 216 48 .222 11 40
Javier Cardona 46 96 25 .260 1 10
Billy McMillon 20 34 3 .088 1 4
Eric Munson 17 66 10 .152 1 6
Jarrod Patterson 13 41 11 .268 2 4
Chris Wakeland 10 36 9 .250 2 6

Note: pitchers' batting statistics not included

Starting pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Steve Sparks 35 104.0 14 9 3.65 116
Jeff Weaver 33 229.1 13 16 4.08 152
Chris Holt 30 151.1 7 9 5.77 80
José Lima 18 112.2 5 10 4.71 43
Dave Mlicki 15 81.0 4 8 7.33 48
Nate Cornejo 10 42.2 4 4 7.38 22
Adam Pettyjohn 16 65.0 1 6 5.82 40

Relief pitchers

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Víctor Santos 33 2 2 0 3.30 52
Danny Patterson 60 5 4 1 3.06 27
Heath Murray 40 1 7 0 6.54 42
Matt Anderson 62 3 1 22 4.82 52
Todd Jones 45 4 5 11 4.62 39
C. J. Nitkowski 56 0 3 0 5.56 38
Matt Perisho 30 2 3 0 5.72 19
Dave Borkowski 15 0 2 0 6.37 30
Luis Pineda 16 0 1 0 4.91 13
Adam Bernero 5 0 0 0 7.30 8
Kevin Tolar 9 0 0 0 6.75 11

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Toledo Mud Hens International League Bruce Fields
AA Erie SeaWolves Eastern League Luis Pujols
A Lakeland Tigers Florida State League Kevin Bradshaw
A West Michigan Whitecaps Midwest League Brent Gates
A-Short Season Oneonta Tigers New York–Penn League Gary Green
Rookie GCL Tigers Gulf Coast League Howard Bushong

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References

  1. ^ "Randall Simon Stats  - Baseball-Reference.com". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved April 20, 2018.
  2. ^ Todd Jones Statistics Archived 2010-07-03 at WebCite Baseball-Reference.com
  3. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 3rd edition. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 2007

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