Everett AquaSox

The Everett AquaSox are a Minor League Baseball team of Northwest League and are the Class A Short Season affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. They are located in Everett, Washington, and play their home games at Funko Field which opened in 1984 and has a seating capacity of 3,682. The team was known as the Everett Giants from 1984 to 1994, but changed its name after ending its affiliation with the San Francisco Giants.

Everett AquaSox
Founded in 1984
Everett, Washington
Team logoCap insignia
Class-level
CurrentClass A Short Season (1984–present)
Minor league affiliations
LeagueNorthwest League (1984–present)
DivisionNorth Division
Major league affiliations
CurrentSeattle Mariners (1995–present)
PreviousSan Francisco Giants (1984–1994)
Minor league titles
League titles (2)
  • 1985
  • 2010
Division titles (4)
  • 1985
  • 1987
  • 2002
  • 2010
Team data
NicknameEverett AquaSox (1995–present)
Previous names
Everett Giants (1984–1994)
ColorsNavy, aqua, light green, orange, white
                        
MascotWebbly (1995-present)
Frank The Hotdog (1984-present)
BallparkFunko Field (1984–present)
Owner(s)/
Operator(s)
7th Inning Stretch, LLC
ManagerJose Moreno
General ManagerDanny Tetzlaff

The AquaSox have won four division titles and two league championships. Most recently, they won the Northwest League championship in 2010. They previously won the championship in 1985.[1]

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.[2] 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."[3] Previously, the mascot for the Everett Giants was a giant hot dog named Frank.

The current manager is Jose Moreno.

Playoffs

  • 1985: Defeated Eugene 1–0 to win championship.
  • 1987: Lost to Spokane 2–1 in finals.
  • 2002: Lost to Boise 3–0 in finals.
  • 2010: Defeated Vancouver 2–1 in semifinals; defeated Spokane 2–1 to win championship.
  • 2012: Lost to Vancouver 2–0 in semifinals.
  • 2013: Lost to Vancouver 2–0 in semifinals.
  • 2015: Lost to Tri-City 2–0 in semifinals.
  • 2016: Lost to Eugene 2–1 in finals.
  • 2018: Lost to Spokane 2–1 in semifinals.

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


7-day injured list
* On Seattle Mariners 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated October 17, 2019
Transactions
→ More rosters: MiLB  Northwest League
Seattle Mariners minor league players

References

  • "Everett, Washington". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved April 24, 2018.
  1. "Northwest League Past Champions". Northwest League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved April 24, 2018.
  2. "Everett Aquasox Mascot Appearances". Everett AquaSox. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved April 24, 2018.
  3. Caputo, Paul (2015-05-02). "Soggy Froggy, Man: The Story Behind the Everett AquaSox". SportsLogos.net. SportsLogos.net. Retrieved 2018-05-23.
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