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Everett AquaSox

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Everett AquaSox
Founded in 1995
Everett, Washington
EverettAquaSox.PNG
EverettAquaSoxcap.PNG
Team logoCap insignia
Minor league affiliations
ClassHigh Single-A (from 2021)
Previous classesClass A Short Season (1995–2020)
LeagueNorthwest League (1995–present)
DivisionNorth Division
Major league affiliations
TeamSeattle Mariners (1995–present)
Minor league titles
League titles (1)
  • 2010
Division titles (3)
  • 2002
  • 2010
  • 2016
Team data
ColorsNavy, aqua, light green, orange, white
         
MascotWebbly
BallparkFunko Field (1995–present)
Owner(s)/
Operator(s)
7th Inning Stretch, LLC[1]
General ManagerDanny Tetzlaff[3]
ManagerLouis Boyd[2]

The Everett AquaSox are a Minor League Baseball team of Northwest League and the High Single-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. They are located in Everett, Washington, and play their home games at Funko Field, which has a seating capacity of 3,682. The AquaSox have won three division titles and a league championship.

History

Following the 1983 season, Bob and Margaret Bavais purchased the struggling Walla Walla, Washington, based Blue Mountain Bears.[4] Antiquated facilities compounded by dwindling attendance in Walla Walla prompted the new owners to move the franchise. The Bavasis, who had secured affiliation with the San Francisco Giants, ultimately selected Everett as the relocation destination.[5] Playing as the Everett Giants, the club was affiliated with San Francisco for eleven years until 1994. After the 1994 season, Everett signed a player development contract with the Seattle Mariners as their Class A Short Season affiliate and adopted a new unique name, the AquaSox. Beginning with the 2021 season, the Northwest League will be reconfigured as a High Single-A circuit,[6] and Everett will continue at that level as a Mariners affiliate.[7]

Identity

One of the team logos, used on road caps and jerseys, is based on the "trident" insignia used by the Mariners in the early 1980s (rotated to look like the letter "E" for Everett, instead of "M" for Mariners). Their mascot is Webbly, a frog.[8] According to long-time team radio broadcaster Pat Dillon, "The frog is a cross between a Pacific tree frog and a Central American red-eyed tree frog—and Brooks Robinson."[9] Previously, the mascot for the Everett Giants was a giant hot dog named Frank.

Season-by-season record

Season PDC Division Finish Wins Losses Win% Post-season Manager Attendance
Everett AquaSox
1995 SEA North 2nd 37 39 .487 Orlando Gomez 89,950
1996 SEA North 4th 33 42 .440 Roger Hansen 87,846
1997 SEA North 3rd 29 47 .382 Orlando Gomez 79,918
1998 SEA North 3rd 34 42 .447 Terry Pollreisz 119,396
1999 SEA North 3rd 41 35 .540 Terry Pollreisz 103,455
2000 SEA East 4th 37 39 .804 Terry Pollreisz 114,024
2001 SEA West 3rd 36 39 .480 Terry Pollreisz 114,727
2002 SEA West 1st 44 32 .579 Lost to Boise in championship series 0-3 Roger Hansen 110,373
2003 SEA West 4th 32 44 .421 Pedro Grifol 110,043
2004 SEA West 2nd 41 35 .539 Pedro Grifol 104,010
2005 SEA West 3rd 42 34 .540 Pedro Grifol 108,884
2006 SEA West 4th 31 45 .408 Dave Myers 106,675
2007 SEA West 3rd 35 41 .461 Mike Tosar 106,683
2008 SEA West 4th 32 44 .421 Jose Moreno 95,294
2009 SEA West 2nd 39 37 .513 John Tamargo 89,929
2010 SEA West 1st 48 27 .640 Defeated Vancouver in division series 2–1
Defeated Spokane in championship series 2-1
Jose Moreno 89,929
2011 SEA West 3rd 37 39 .487 Scott Steinmann 96,345
2012 SEA West 3rd 46 30 .605 Lost to Vancouver in division series 2–0 Rob Mummau 95,929
2013 SEA North 1st 44 32 .579 Lost to Vancouver in division series 2–0 Rob Mammau 92,489
2014 SEA North 4th 28 48 .368 Dave Valle 92,642
2015 SEA North 1st 42 34 .552 Lost to Tri-City in division series 0-2 Rob Mammau 100,613
2016 SEA North 1st 45 31 .592 Defeated Spokane in division series 2–0
Lost to Eugene in championship series 1-2
Rob Mammau 104,162
2017 SEA North 4th 36 40 .474 Jose Moreno 110,161
2018 SEA North 2nd 38 38 .500 Lost to Spokane in division series 2–1 Jose Moreno 111,599
2019 SEA North 3rd 37 39 .487 Louis Boyd 116,630
Division winner League champions

Roster

Everett AquaSox roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 47 Jarod Bayless
  •  5 Jorge Benitez
  • -- Isaiah Campbell
  • 34 Damon Casetta-Stubbs
  • -- Luis Curvelo
  • 29 Tim Elliott
  • -- Nate Fisher
  • 39 Deivy Florido
  • 32 Ivan Fortunato
  • 37 George Kirby
  • 10 Travis Kuhn
  • 40 Cristhopher Marte
  • -- Bernie Martinez
  • 45 Juan Mercedes
  • 21 Brock Minich
  • 17 Kelvin Nunez
  • 20 Brayan Perez
  • 13 Kipp Rollings
  • -- Levi Stoudt
  •  1 Fred Villarreal
  • 16 Garrett Westberg
  • 33 Brandon Williamson

Catchers

  • 22 Carter Bins
  • 36 Juan Camacho
  • -- Alexander Capriata
  • 19 Brennon Kaleiwahea

Infielders

  • 15 Patrick Frick
  • 12 Cash Gladfelter
  • 28 Connor Hoover
  •  3 Cesar Izturis Jr.
  • 30 Utah Jones
  •  4 Robert Perez

Outfielders

  •  2 Luis Josephl
  • 14 Cade Marlowe
  •  9 Miguel Perez
  • 11 Trent Tingelstad


Manager

  •  6 Louis Boyd

Coaches

  • -- Michael Fransoso (hitting)
  • 25 Ari Ronick (pitching)


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day injured list
* On Seattle Mariners 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated February 16, 2020
Transactions
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Seattle Mariners minor league players

References

  1. ^ "7th Inning Stretch, LLC". MiLB.com. Retrieved 12 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Everett AquaSox Roster". MiLB.com. Retrieved 12 April 2020.
  3. ^ "Everett AquaSox Front Office". MiLB.com. Retrieved 12 April 2020.
  4. ^ French, Joan (1983-11-10). "Walla Walla Pro Baseball Sale Becomes Final". newspaperarchive.com. Retrieved 2020-07-24.
  5. ^ "Another Bavasi Trying Baseball as a Club Owner". Newspapers.com. 1984-05-06. Retrieved 2020-09-26.
  6. ^ Reichard, Kevin. "Affiliate Dance 2020". Ballpark Digest. Retrieved November 20, 2020.
  7. ^ Cooper, J.J. (November 19, 2020). "2021 Minor League Affiliation Chart". Baseball America. Retrieved November 20, 2020.
  8. ^ "Everett Aquasox Mascot Appearances". Everett AquaSox. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved April 24, 2018.
  9. ^ Caputo, Paul (2015-05-02). "Soggy Froggy, Man: The Story Behind the Everett AquaSox". SportsLogos.net. SportsLogos.net. Retrieved 2018-05-23.

External links

Preceded by
Everett Giants
Northwest League franchise
(1995–present)
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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