New Jersey Jackals

The New Jersey Jackals are an American professional baseball team based in Little Falls in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States. The team was founded in 1998 by Floyd Hall and is currently owned by Al Dorso, a businessman who also owns the Sussex County Miners and State Fair Superstore, a retailer which sells seasonal merchandise year-round and is the title sponsor for the annual summer carnival held in the parking lots surrounding MetLife Stadium.

New Jersey Jackals
Team logo Cap insignia
LeagueFrontier League
LocationLittle Falls, New Jersey
BallparkYogi Berra Stadium
Year founded1998
League championships
Division championships
Former league(s)
ColorsRed, black, white
MascotJack the Jackal
Playoff berths
Retired numbers8, 28, 4, 14, 7
OwnershipAl Dorso[1]
ManagerBrooks Carey[2]
General ManagerJoe Redmon[1]

The Jackals are currently a member of the independent Frontier League, a minor baseball league that has no affiliation with Major League Baseball. They were previously members of the Northeast League, the Northern League, and the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball. The Jackals play their home games at Yogi Berra Stadium on the campus of Montclair State University.

Team History


The New Jersey Jackals inaugural season was 1998.

On May 30, 1998 they played their first game(s) in Waterbury, CT vs the Spirit. Winning both ends of a doubleheader, 4-1 & 8-1.

On June 5, 1998 they christened Yogi Berra Stadium with a 13 inning 2-1 victory over the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs. Outfielder Gary Collum hit the game-winning home run.

They clinched the first half South Division on July 9 with a 4-3 win over the Waterbury Spirit, and in doing so earned a playoff spot. NJ finished the first half with a 30–12 record & the regular season at 53–31. They went on to sweep their two playoff series:

9/2 Jackals 11, Allentown 3

9/3 Jackals 3, @ Allentown 2

(NJ wins series 2-0)

9/5 Jackals 7, Albany Colonie 6

9/6 Jackals 4, @ Albany Colonie 3

(NJ wins series 2-0)

Jackals captured their 1st Northeast League championship, by winning game 2 at Heritage Park in Colonie, New York, over the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs.

They posted the best record in the 8 team Northeast League that year under manager Kash Beauchamp.

The Jackals total attendance in 1998 was 114,796. Averaging 2,733 per game.

In 1998 the Designated Hitter was not used by the Northeast League. To date this was the only season the Jackals participated in that a DH was not utilized.


The Jackals joined the Northern League for the 1999 season along with the rest of the Northeast League teams after the two leagues approved a merger. The Quebec Capitales assumed Catskill's spot in the league for the 1999 season. New Jersey finished 45–40 and advanced to the playoffs, where they again swept the rival Allentown Ambassadors in the first round:

9/3 – Jackal 6, Allentown 3

9/4 – Jackals 10, Allentown 5

9/5 – Jackals 7, @ Allentown 2

(NJ wins 3-0)

This set up a rematch with Albany-Colonie for the opportunity to advance to the first ever post merger Northern League Championship Series:

9/9 – Albany-Colonie 11, Jackals 1

9/10 - Jackals 11, Albany-Colonie 2

9/11 – Albany-Colonie 5, Jackals 3

9/12 – Albany-Colonie 6, Jackals 2

(Albany wins series 3-1)

Diamond Dogs ended the Jackals' 1999 season. Albany-Colonie went on to defeat Winnipeg in the league finals, 3 games to 1.

The Jackals total attendance in 1999 was 129,179. Averaging 3,040 per game. Both stand as franchise records.


The Jackals were chosen to host the 2000 Northern League All-Star Game & Home Run Derby at Yogi Berra Stadium.

Final score: East All Stars 10 Central All Stars 5. Attendance: 4,211[3]

However, it was one of few highlights in an otherwise down year. New Jersey failed to finish with a winning record for the first time in team history and ended the season in last place at 31–52, their poorest season to date. Jackals manager Kash Beauchamp resigned at the end of the season and the team chose Waterbury Spirit manager George Tsamis to replace him.


In Tsamis' first season the Jackals again struggled. The team finished five games under .500 in the first half of the season, but was able to even their record by finishing five games above .500 in the second half. Their 45–45 record barely qualified the Jackals for the 2001 Northern League playoffs, but the team managed to sweep Albany-Colonie in the first round:

9/5 – Jackals 2, Albany-Colonie 1

9/6 – Jackals 3, Albany-Colonie 2

9/7 – Jackals 7, Albany-Colonie 4

(NJ wins series 3-0)

They then took on the Elmira Pioneers in the Northern League East Championship Series:

9/17 – Jackals 5, Elmira 2

9/18 – Elmira 8, Jackals 1

9/19 – Jackals 15, Elmira 5

9/21 – Elmira 10, Jackals 3

9/22 – Jackals 8, Elmira 5

(NJ wins series 3-2)

The Jackals completed their run by defeating the Central Division champion, the Winnipeg Goldeyes,

9/24 – Jackals 7, Winnipeg 3

9/25 – Jackals 9, Winnipeg 8

9/27 – Winnipeg 9, Jackals 3

9/28 – Jackals 8, @Winnipeg 5

(NJ wins series 3-1)

Claiming their first Northern League Championship & second team championship in 4 years.

The Jackals total attendance in 2001 was 109,126. Averaging 2,425 per game.


The 2002 Jackals season was historic on two fronts. The first historic moment came when Jeremy Callier threw a no-hitter on August 28 against the Berkshire Black Bears, requiring a home run by Ryan Kane in the bottom of the ninth inning to make it official.

The second piece of team history saw the Jackals set a team record for victories, finishing with 62 to lead the league.

In the playoffs, however, the Jackals did not have any relative ease in winning games as they were taken to five games by the Elmira Pioneers again in the first round:

9/4 – Jackals 3, Elmira 0

9/5 – Jackals 2, Elmira 1

9/6 – Elmira 6, Jackals 4

9/7 – Elmira 9, Jackals 8

9/8 – Jackals 6, Elmira 0

(NJ wins series 3-2)

The Jackals required a two-out bases clearing double by first baseman Dave Callahan to win over the Adirondack Lumberjacks at East Field in the fifth game of their Northern League East Championship Series:

9/9 – Jackals 13, Adirondack 1

9/10 – Jackals 9, Adirondack 3

9/12 – Adirondack 7, Jackals 5

9/13 – Adirondack 6, Jackals 3

9/14 – Jackals 4, Adirondack 2

(NJ wins series 3-2)

The Jackals finished winning back to back Northern League Championships by defeating Winnipeg in four games:

9/16 – Winnipeg 3, Jackals 0

9/19 – Jackals 3, Winnipeg 2

9/20 – Jackals 6, Winnipeg 3 (11 innings)

9/21 – Jackals 5, Winnipeg 2 @ YBS

(NJ wins series 3-1)

NJ wins 2nd Northern League Championship. 3rd overall team title in 5 years.

The Jackals total attendance in 2002 was 104,100. Averaging 2,339 per game.


2003 saw two major changes for the Jackals. First George Tsamis resigned to take the managerial position with the St. Paul Saints, New Jersey hired Gary SouthShore RailCats manager Joe Calfapietra to take his place. The second saw the end of the merger with the Northern League, as the Northeast League once again became its own entity. The Jackals returned to the playoffs for a third consecutive year by winning both halves of the season in their division, but were dispatched in the first round by the eventual league champion Brockton Rox.

9/4 – Jackals 10, Brockton Rox 0

9/5 – Brockton Rox 3, Jackals 1

9/6 – Brockton Rox 3, Jackals 1

9/7 – Brockton Rox 9, Jackals 5

(Brockton wins series 3-1)

Despite this, the Jackals finished with a 52–37 record.

On May 17, 2003 the Jackals played the Russian National Team in an exhibition doubleheader at Yogi Berra Stadium. New Jersey won both games by scores of 3‐0 and 5-4.

The Jackals total attendance in 2003 was 100,559. Averaging 2,260 per game.


In 2004, New Jersey improved their record to what was then the team's second-best showing in its history, winning 54 games and losing 29. However, the first half of the season required saw the Jackals end in a tie with the New Haven County Cutters, requiring a one-game playoff which New Jersey won for their fifth consecutive half-season victory. The Jackals pulled away in the second half with a 28–18 record, winning both halves for a third straight year. After dispatching the Bangor Lumberjacks in the first round of the playoffs:

9/9 – Jackals 5, Bangor 4

9/10 – Jackals 5, Bangor 4

9/11 – Bangor 7, Jackals 5

9/12 – Jackals 15, Bangor 3

(NJ wins 3-1)

The Jackals found themselves in trouble against the North Shore Spirit in the league championship series. Trailing two games to none and down late in the third game, the Jackals rallied for an extra inning victory. They duplicated the feat the next day in Game 4 to tie the series, and then won the fifth and deciding game to take the Northeast League Championship.

9/14 - North Shore 5, Jackals 4

9/16 - North Shore 1, Jackals 0

9/17 – Jackals 7, North Shore 2

9/18 – Jackals 4, North Shore 2

9/19 – Jackals 5, North Shore 3

(NJ wins series 3-2)

Win 2nd Northeast League Championship, 4th team Championship.

The Jackals total attendance in 2004 was 106,100. Averaging 2,282 per game.


In 2005 the Jackals joined the 8-team Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball League but failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2000 despite posting a winning record of 48–44.

Jackal Highlights:

OF Zach Smithlin lead the league with 135 hits & a .358 batting average.

SP Joel Bennett lead the league by posting the lowest ERA, 2.68

Both Zach & Joel along with 2B Ricardo Cordova were named league All-Stars.

On July 19, 2005 an Inter-league All-Star Game was held at Campanelli Stadium, home of the Brockton Rox. The Can-Am League All-Stars defeated the Central League All-Stars 3-2.

New Jersey's Team batting average of .295 is still a Can-Am Team record.

The Jackals total attendance in 2005 was 122,092. Averaging 2,654 per game.


2006 saw another history-making performance as Aaron Myers threw the second no-hitter in team history, but New Jersey again missed the playoffs and—with a 43–48 record—finished with only their second losing record in team history.

The Jackals total attendance in 2006 was 89,385. Averaging 1,965 per game.


In 2007, the Can-Am League added the Atlantic City Surf a former Atlantic League franchise.

The Jackals won the Can-Am League First Half Championship in 2007 with a 31–15 record, guaranteeing them a spot in the playoffs. Their 31 wins in the first half still mark a franchise best in the first half, and second most in a half (32 in 2002). The Jackals' second half was not as strong, as they finished in last place with an 18–29 record. New Jersey took the Nashua Pride to a fifth game at Yogi Berra Stadium in their best-of-five series before losing and getting knocked out.

9/5 – Jackals 4, Nashua 2

9/6 – Nashua 4, Jackals 1

9/7 – Jackals 3, Nashua 1

9/8 – Nashua 8, Jackals 5

9/9 – Nashua 4, Jackals 0

(Nashua wins series 3-2)

The Jackals total attendance in 2007 was 107,663. Averaging 2,290 per game.


The Jackals missed the playoffs in 2008, finishing 43–51.

In a ceremony prior to their game on Aug 22nd vs. the Brockton Rox, the Jackals retired pitcher Joel Bennett’s number 28.

The Jackals total attendance in 2008 was 103,817. Averaging 2,209 per game.


New Jersey was able to ride a CanAm League record 14 game winning streak to a First Half Championship in 2009 with a 28–19 record, once again guaranteeing the team a playoff spot. The Jackals won 27 games in the second half for a total of 55, the second most in team history. Despite that, New Jersey was eliminated from the playoffs by the Worcester Tornadoes.

9/9 – Worcester 7, Jackals 3

9/10 – Worcester 7, Jackals 6

9/12 – Worcester 6, Jackals 2

(Worcester wins series 3-0)

The Jackals total attendance in 2009 was 88,658. Averaging 1,866 per game.


In 2010, the Jackals slipped in the first half, finishing fourth with a 19–27 record. The team battled back to a 23–23 record in the second half, beating out the Worcester Tornadoes by 0.5 game for the fourth and final playoff spot. The Jackals were swept by Quebec three games to none in the opening round.

9/9 – Quebec 7, Jackals 4

9/10 – Quebec 13, Jackals 5

9/11 – Quebec 2, Jackals 0

(Quebec wins series 3-0)

The Jackals total attendance in 2010 was 86,014. Averaging 1,870 per game.


In 2011, the Can-Am added three teams:

1. The Rockland Boulders, playing out of a new Stadium in Pomona, NY some 43 miles from Yogi Berra Stadium.

2. The Newark Bears coming over after departing the Atlantic League.

3. The New York Federals travel team with players from the New York State League.

The Jackals finished the regular season 57–36, the second most season wins in franchise history behind the 62 wins the 2002 team put up. Despite an impressive record, the Jackals were unable to win either half of the regular season (Quebec won both halves), and finished second of the eight teams.

On July 30, the Jackals retired Zack Smithlin's #4 jersey in a pregame ceremony.

New Jersey swept the Pittsfield Colonials in the first round of the playoffs:

9/8 – Jackals 5, Pittsfield 1

9/9 – Jackals 8, Pittsfield 2

9/10 – Jackals 8, Pittsfield 1

(NJ wins series 3-0)

Giving the Jackals their first trip to the championship since 2004.

Quebec and New Jersey met in the championship, with the Capitales winning the series:

9/13 – Quebec 3, Jackals 0

9/14 – Quebec 4, Jackals 3

9/ 15 – Jackals 5, Quebec 1

9/16 – Quebec 6, Jackals 4

(Quebec wins series 3-1)

Quebec captured their third consecutive CanAm League title.

Jackals pitcher Isaac Pavlik made a close run for the pitching triple crown, finishing the regular season atop the league in wins and strikeouts, but third in ERA.

The Jackals total attendance in 2011 was 84,856. Averaging 1,825 per game.


The Can-Am League switched to a 100-game full season format in 2012.

Limited inter-league play with the American Association was initiated.

NJ began the season on the road against the Kansas City T-Bones, Wichita Wingnuts, & Lincoln Saltdogs, going 5-5 in the 10 games.

The St. Paul Saints, Grand Prairie AirHogs, & Gary SouthShore RailCats of the American Association visited Yogi Berra Stadium later in the season, with NJ going 5-6 at home.

The St. Paul Saints series marked the return of former Jackal manager and current Saints manager George Tsamis to NJ.

The Jackals completed the season second overall with a 59-41 record. They met Quebec Capitales in the league's first best of 7 championship series:

9/5 – Jackals 6, Quebec 2

9/6 – Quebec 3, Jackals 0

9/7 – Quebec 5, Jackals 3

9/9 – Quebec 1, Jackals 0

9/10 – Quebec 10, Jackals 3

(Quebec wins series 4-1)

Jackals 3B Nick Giarraputo was named the Can-Am League's 2012 Player of the Year.

New Jersey sets Can-Am Team records with 1,012 hits & 1,557 total bases in a season.

The Jackals total attendance in 2012 was 87,206. Averaging 1,744 per game.


The Trois-Rivieres Aigles were added to the Can-Am League in 2013.

Inter-league play with the American Association continued. Again NJ began the season on the road, this time against the St. Paul Saints, Sioux City Explorers, & Wichita Wingnuts, going 5-5 in the 10 games.

The home opponents this year were the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, Wichita Wingnuts, & Laredo Lemurs. NJ finished 5-6 at home.

The Jackals finished at 55-44, in second place. Quebec defeated the Jackals in another best of 7 league championship series:

9/4 – Quebec 5, Jackals 2

9/5 – Jackals 15, Quebec 7

9/6 – Quebec 6, Jackals 4

9/7 – Quebec 5, Jackals 4

9/8 – Jackals 4, Quebec 3

9/9 – Jackals 4, Quebec 3

9/10 – Quebec 12, Jackals 7

(Quebec wins series 4-3)

In game 5, on Sept. 8th, the Jackals scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th to win 4-3 & send the best of 7 series back to Quebec.

The Jackals total attendance in 2013 was 76,883. Averaging 1,553 per game.


With the Newark Bears ceasing operations after the 2013 season, the Can-Am League was down to just 4 teams for 2014. The New Jersey Jackals, Rockland Boulders, Trois-Rivières Aigles, & Quebec Capitales.

More inter-league play with American Association kept the Can-Am afloat, while allowing the league to maintain its own separate identity.

The Jackals hosted the St. Paul Saints, Winnipeg Goldeyes, & Lincoln Saltdogs going 4-5.

The Winnipeg Goldeyes returned to Yogi Berra Stadium on June 17, 2014 for the first time since losing the Northern League Championship to NJ on Sept. 21, 2002. A span of 4,287 days between games.

Jackals manager Joe Calfapietra recorded his 700th managerial win on July 7, a 4-3 victory over Les Capitales de Québec at Le Stade Municipal.

NJ visited the Sioux Falls Canaries, St Paul Saints, & Winnipeg Goldeyes in August. Going 5-4 on the road trip.

On Aug. 25th, the Jackals eliminated rival Quebec Capitales (winners of 5 consecutive League Championships) & earned themselves a 13th postseason appearance in 17 years with a 7-3 home victory. The Jackals finished one game behind the Boulders with a 55–41 record.

New Jersey lost its fourth consecutive league championship series, falling in six games to Rockland after winning the first two at home.

9/3 – Jackals 3, Boulders 2

9/4 – Jackals 3, Boulders 2

9/5 – Boulders 5, Jackals 4

9/6 – Boulders 8, Jackals 7 10 Innings

9/7 – Boulders 14, Jackals 4

9/8 – Boulders 4, Jackals 0

(Rockland wins series 4-2)

The Jackals total attendance in 2014 was 76,423. Averaging 1,592 per game.


In 2015 the Sussex County Miners & the Ottawa Champions were added to the Can-Am League.

The Garden State Grays played 60 games, & the Shikoku Island League All-Stars played 16 games.

The Jackals finished third in the league with a 54–43 in 2015, earning a playoff spot for the 7th consecutive season. New Jersey defeated Quebec for the first time in a post season series.

9/9 Jackals 4, Quebec 3

9/11 Quebec 4, Jackals 3

9/12 Quebec 11, Jackals 5

9/13 Jackals 5, Quebec 2

9/15 Jackals 5, Quebec 4

(NJ wins series 3-2)

NJ earns a fifth straight trip to the League Championship Series.

The Jackals fell to Trois-Rivières in 5 games, losing their fifth straight CanAm League championship series.

9/16 Aigles 12, Jackals 0

9/17 Jackals 8, Aigles 6

9/18 Aigles 7, Jackals 3

9/19 Jackals 7, Aigles 5

9/20 Aigles 2, Jackals 1

(Aigles wins series 3-2)

Despite winning 4 of the franchise's first five trips to a league championship, the Jackals were winless in their last five.

On July 17, 2015 the Jackals participated in the 1st ever Can-Am League Cooperstown Classic at Historic Doubleday Field in Cooperstown, NY. New Jersey defeated the host Rockland Boulders 9-1. Winning pitcher, Brian Ernst.

Combining the regular & post seasons, NJ plays a team record 107 games in 2015.

The Jackals total attendance in 2015 was 78,913. Averaging 1,627 per game.


In the 2016 season, the Jackals finished in first place with a 62–38 record, which tied the team record for victories in a season.

However, they lost in the opening round to the Ottawa Champions:

9/7 – Jackals 11, Ottawa 2

9/8 – Ottawa 4, Jackals 3

9/9 – Ottawa 8, Jackals 3

9/10 – Ottawa 7, Jackals 2

(Ottawa wins series 3-1)

First baseman Art Charles, however, set league records in slugging percentage, extra base hits and total bases en route to being named the 2016 Baseball America Independent Leagues Player of the Year.[4]

Jackals manager Joe Calfapietra recorded his 800th managerial win on June 6, a 19-3 victory over the Sussex County Miners at Skylands Stadium.

Jackals played the Cuban National Team in a 3-series at Yogi Berra Stadium, on June 27–29.[5]

G1 Cuba 9 Jackals 4 (7inning game)

G2 Jackals 3 Cuba 1

G3 Jackals 5 Cuba 3

New Jersey sets a Can-Am Team record with 46 triples in a season.

The Jackals total attendance in 2016 was 74,335. Averaging 1,487 per game. The lowest ever for the NJ franchise.

After the 2016 season, manager Joe Calfapietra announced he was leaving the team after fourteen seasons to take over the managerial position with the American Association's Kansas City T-Bones.


The team's bench coach, Matt Padgett, was promoted to manager in February 2017.

Al Dorso purchases the Jackals franchise in May, 2017. To be operated as University Sports and Entertainment, LLC.

The Jackals begin their 20th season on May 18, 2017 with an 8-4 victory over Quebec at Yogi Berra Stadium.

NJ swept a 3-game series from a Dominican Republic squad in June. They also swept 4 from the Cuban National Team in their second appearance at Yogi Berra Stadium.

The Jackals finished at 55-45 & qualified for the playoffs for the 16th time in 20 seasons, but were eliminated by the Rockland Boulders in the opening round:

9/7 – Boulders 3, Jackals 1

9/8 – Boulders 5, Jackals 0

9/9 – Jackals 7, Boulders 1

9/10 – Boulders 9, Jackals 1

(Rockland wins series 3-1)

During the 2017 season, pitcher Johnny Hellweg signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates and first baseman Conrad Gregor signed with the Boston Red Sox organization.

On July 20, 2017 the Jackals recorded their 1,000th regular season win. A 9-3 victory over Trois-Rivieres. Winning pitcher, Isaac Pavlik.[6]

On August 2, 2017 Isaac Pavlik records his 1,000th career strikeout as a Jackal, during an 8-2 victory over Ottawa.[7]

The Jackals total attendance in 2017 was 91,892. Averaging 1,838 per game.

After the 2017 season, Jackals Manager Matt Padgett announced he was not returning in 2018. The team announced on December 18, 2017 that his replacement would be Brooks Carey, who had spent the previous five seasons managing the Normal CornBelters of the Frontier League.


In 2018 the Jackals finished the year with a 50-52 record. Their first losing season since 2010 ending their run of 9 consecutive post season appearances.

In a game started on May 31 and completed on July 5, NJ hits a CanAm record 7 home runs en route to a 23-8 victory over Ottawa.

On August 7, in game starting at 8:51pm, Eduar Lopez tossed the 3rd no-hitter in franchise history as the Jackals defeated the Ottawa Champions, 5-0. He faced 28 batters, 1BB, 4K's, 92 pitches.[8]

The Jackals total attendance in 2018 was 83,620. Averaging 1,706 per game.


The CanAm League commemorated its 15th season in 2019.

The Jackals opened their 22nd season in Ottawa on May 17, with a 10 inning 6-5 victory.

They won their 2019 Home opener on May 24 vs. the Trois-Rivières Aigles by a score of 4-1.

The Can-Am International Series continued in 2019. NJ played the Shikoku Island Independents & Cuban National Team for the 3rd time.

On July 3 the Jackals played in their 2,000th regular season game. Recording a 12-8 victory over Quebec @ YBS.

Following their August 23 victory over Ottawa, the Jackals qualified for their 17th post season appearance in their 22-year history.

In a ceremony before their game on August 24 the Jackals officially unveiled their POW/MIA Chair of Honor. A POW/MIA Chair of Honor is an empty seat that serves as a symbol to remind everyone to never forget our servicemen who made the ultimate sacrifice. The team partnered with Rolling Thunder, Inc. in the dedication.[9]

In a ceremony prior to their August 29 game, vs. the Sussex County Miners, the Jackals officially retired Isaac Pavlik's number 7.

Jackals OF Alfredo Marte was named the Can-Am League's 2019 Player of the Year.

Conrad Gregor had 49 stolen bases & 82 Walks during the 2019 season, both new team records.

NJ set a new team record with 142 Stolen Bases in 2019.

NJ finished the Can-Am regular season in 3rd place with a record of 48-46.

In the opening round of the playoffs, the Jackals defeated the Trois-Rivières Aigles.

9/4 Jackals 3, Aigles 0 @ YBS

9/5 Aigles 5, Jackals 0 @ YBS

9/6 Jackals 7, Aigles 2 @ TR

9/7 Aigles 17, Jackals 4 @ TR

9/8 Jackals 4, Aigles 3, 10 Innings @ TR

(NJ wins series 3-2)

Jackals advanced to the Can-Am League Championship Series vs. the Sussex County Miners and defeated them 3-1 to earn their first championship in 15 years.

9/10 Jackals 3, Miners 2, 10 Innings @ YBS

9/12 Miners 12, Jackals 3 @ YBS

9/13 Jackals 2, Miners 0 @ Skylands Stadium

9/14, Jackals 8, Miners 7 @ Skylands Stadium

Win 1st Can-Am League Championship, 5th team Championship.

The New Jersey Jackals franchise now has won championships in 3 different independent leagues:

(2) Northeast League 1998, 2004 (2) Northern League 2001, 2002 (1) Can-Am League 2019

The Jackals total attendance in 2019 was 76,658. Averaging 1,742 per game.


In 2020, the New Jersey Jackals will be joining the 14 team Frontier League, along with the Québec Capitales, Rockland Boulders, Sussex County Miners and Trois-Rivières Aigles.

They will all play in the 7 team Can-Am Division with the Lake Erie Crushers and Washington Wild Things.[10]

The Frontier League Midwestern Division will consist of the Evansville Otters, Florence Freedom, Gateway Grizzlies, Joliet Slammers, Schaumburg Boomers, Southern Illinois Miners and the Windy City ThunderBolts.

This alliance creates the largest league in all of Independent Professional Baseball.[11]

The Jackals open their inaugural Frontier League season on the road May 14 vs the Florence Freedom.

Their Home opener is scheduled for May 22 vs. the Québec Capitales.

Jack The Jackal

The official mascot for the New Jersey Jackals is an anthropomorphic Jackal named Jack.

Uniform #: 00

B:R, T:R, Ht:5-10, Wt:150

Born on 7/25/95 in southeastern Europe, he settled mysteriously in the rock quarry at Montclair State University. He was discovered during the building of Yogi Berra Stadium. A “Jack-of-all-Trades”, he handled the JackHammer during construction of the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, where he was hired as the official team mascot. He entertains fans of all ages and autographs souvenirs (hats, shirts, balls, bats, gloves, cards, tickets, etc.) during every home game. His trademark game antics include Tackle the Jackal, T-shirt toss, the Cha Cha Slide, the YMCA, etc. Jack is popular with children who attend the games, as well as the community.

Distant relative: Arno River dog

The Jackals play at Yogi Berra Stadium, which is located on the Little Falls side of the Montclair State University campus and named for Hall of Fame ex-Yankee catcher Yogi Berra, a longtime Montclair resident. Also located at the stadium site is the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center, a baseball-themed educational attraction which also contains a stadium luxury box. The luxury box is used only by major league scouts and had been used by Berra for his annual visits to the ballpark where he signed autographs for the fans.

Retired jerseys

The New Jersey Jackals have retired five jersey numbers since their inception.

8 Yogi Berra

The Jackals retired #8 in honor of their stadium's namesake. Berra took residence in Montclair during his playing career with the Yankees and continued to reside in the area until he died on Sept. 22, 2015.

28 Joel Bennett

Bennett joined the Jackals in 2001 as a starting pitcher. A schoolteacher by trade from New York State, Bennett pitched for the Jackals until 2007 and was a member of three of the Jackals' league champion teams. He set all of the team's major career pitching records during his seven seasons, and served as a player-coach for his first two years. Bennett was the first Jackal player to have his number retired by the team, who honored him on August 22, 2008 following his retirement from professional baseball.

4 Zach Smithlin

Smithlin, a native of nearby Fair Lawn, joined the Jackals in 2004 after playing a year for the New Jersey Cardinals. After his first year with the team he was bought by the San Diego Padres, but returned to the Jackals after his release and remained with the team until 2009. Playing center field and later shortstop for the Jackals until 2009, Smithlin set the team records for games played, hits, runs scored, and stolen bases. Smithlin left baseball after playing a season with the Sussex Skyhawks in 2010 and the Jackals honored him by retiring his jersey on July 30, 2011.

14 Ed Ott

Ott was a Jackals coach from 2007 until 2009 and again beginning in 2011. He is the first non-player to have his jersey retired by the Jackals since the team's founding. The Jackals honored him by retiring his #14 jersey in a ceremony on June 20, 2015.

7 Isaac Pavlik

Pavlik joined the Jackals in 2005 as a relief pitcher, having started his Indy career with the Bangor Lumberjacks the season before. Over his thirteen-year career with the Jackals, by far the longest tenure of any player, he set new marks for the team in many of its career pitching categories. His jersey was retired on August 29, 2019.


Rockland Boulders

The Jackals and Rockland Boulders became geographic rivals once the Boulders were founded, as the Boulders are the Jackals' closest geographic rivals. The teams play approximately thirty minutes (35 miles) away from each other and will often have series that are split between both Palisades Credit Union Park and Yogi Berra Stadium. The rivalry is called the Parkway Series due to the proximity of both teams to major state parkways; Palisades Credit Union Park is located off of Exit 12 of the Palisades Interstate Parkway while Yogi Berra Stadium is accessible by highway connections available at either Exit 153B or Exit 154 of the Garden State Parkway depending on direction.

Jackals All time regular season record vs. Rockland- 97 W, 76 L

Les Capitales de Quebec

The Jackals have carried on a rivalry with Les Capitales de Quebec since the latter squad's inception. The teams' rivalry intensified with their recent string of playoff matchups. The Jackals have played the Capitales more than any other rival. They have squared off in the postseason five times in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015.

Jackals All time regular season record vs. Quebec- 159 W, 172 L

Sussex County Miners

The Jackals-Miners rivalry started when Sussex joined the CanAm League in 2015. It increased in 2017 when the Jackals franchise was purchased by Miners owner, Al Dorso.

The 2019 Can-Am League Championship Series marked the first time the Jackals and Miners faced each other in postseason play. The Jackals defeated the Miners 3-1 in the championship round.

Jackals All time regular season record vs. Miners- 45 W, 47 L

They are separated by just 43 miles.

Trois Rivières Aigles

The Jackals and Trois-Rivières Aigles have been rivals since 2013 when the Aigles joined the Can-Am League. The rivalry had been predominately dominated by the Jackals through its first three seasons. The two teams did match-up in the 2015 Can-Am League Championship, with the Aigles outlasting the Jackals in five games.

Jackals All time regular season record vs. Aigles- 70 W, 52 L

Past rivalries

Allentown Ambassadors

Jackals original arch rival was the Allentown Ambassadors, from 1998 until 2003. New Jersey never lost a playoff game to Allentown, posting a 5-0 record in two post season series.

Jackals regular season record vs. Allentown- 53 wins, 31 losses.

Newark Bears

The New Jersey Jackals announced a formal rivalry with the Newark Bears shortly after the Bears joined the Can-Am League in 2010. Since both teams play in the vicinity of Essex County (the Jackals actually claim an address in Passaic County), they established the County Executives' Cup to formalize this geographical contest.[3] The rivalry came to an end when the Bears ceased operations following the 2013 season.

Jackals regular season record vs. Newark Bears: 37 wins 15 losses

Sussex Skyhawks

A geographic rival for the Jackals was the Sussex Skyhawks, who played in Augusta and were owned by the same ownership group as the Jackals. The rivalry ended when the Skyhawks folded.

Jackals regular season record vs. Skyhawks: 43 wins 32 losses

The Jackals have since started a new rivalry with their successors, the Sussex County Miners.

Ottawa Champions

The Jackals-Champions rivalry started in 2015 when Ottawa entered the CanAm League. Ottawa was managed by former MLB player/manager Hal Lanier through 2018. Lanier managed the Winnipeg Goldeyes whom the Jackals defeated for their back-to-back Northern League Championships in 2001 & 2002. In 2016, Ottawa defeated New Jersey 3 games to 1, in the opening round of the CanAm playoffs. He also managed the Sussex Skyhawks to a CanAm Championship in 2008. The rivalry ended after the 2019 season when the Champions did not merge into the Frontier League.

Jackals All time regular season record vs. Ottawa- 42 W, 42 L

Winnipeg Goldeyes

The Jackals played and defeated the Winnipeg Goldeyes in both of their Northern League championship seasons, 2001 & 2002. New Jersey & Winnipeg renewed their rivalry on June 17, 2014 when the Goldeyes returned to Yogi Berra Stadium for the first time since Sept. 21, 2002. 4,287 days between games.

Elmira Pioneers

The Jackals & Elmira Pioneers were playoff rivals in 2001 & 2002.

Jackals regular season record vs. Elmira: 47 wins 47 losses

Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs

The Jackals & Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs were playoff rivals in 1998, 1999, & 2001.

Jackals regular season record vs. Albany: 39 wins 25 losses

The Adirondack/Bangor Lumberjacks who New Jersey defeated in Game 5 of the 2002 Northern League East Series.

Jackals regular season record vs. Lumberjacks: 52 wins 42 losses

North Shore Spirit

The North Shore Spirit who New Jersey recorded a three-game comeback to win the 2004 Northeast League Championship.

Jackals regular season record vs. North Shore: 27 wins 37 losses

New Haven County Cutters

The Jackals & New Haven County Cutters played each other from 2004-2007.

Jackals regular season record vs. New Haven: 24 wins 36 losses

Logos and uniforms

The official colors of the New Jersey Jackals are red and black. The primary logo incorporates several elements, including the initials "NJ" for New Jersey with the "Jackals" wordmark following the "J." A stylized baseball in white with red threading and black outline dots the "J", with a depiction of a jackal's head in red with white shadowing and black outline is centered above the wordmark.

The Jackals wear a black cap for home games and red for away. The road cap has the "NJ" cap logo centered on the front, with a baseball dotting the "J." The home cap is black with the "jackal" cap logo centered on the front with a baseball incorporated with the logo to the left. The home jerseys are white with black pinstripes with the "Jackals" wordmark centered across in red with black outline. The away jerseys are grey with the "New Jersey" wordmark arched across the front in red letters with black outline. An alternate jersey is black with red piping with the "Jackals" wordmark centered across in red with white outline. The batting practice jersey is red with black sleeves, with the "NJ" cap logo centered on the left-side chest.

Notable alumni

  • Craig Breslow, former relief pitcher for the Boston Red Sox. Breslow joined the Jackals midway through the 2004 season and was signed by the San Diego Padres in 2005, making his major league debut later that season. Breslow has also pitched for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins, and Oakland Athletics.
  • John Lindsey, former Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman. Lindsey played for the Jackals in 2005 and was bought by the Florida Marlins at midseason, only to be released at the end of the year. Lindsey returned to the Jackals in 2006, played the entire season, and joined the Dodgers in 2007. Lindsey made his major league debut in 2010 at 33 years old. Lindsey joined the Jackals for a third time in 2013 after being released from the Detroit Tigers, where he had been playing in their minor league system for the Toledo Mud Hens. As of 2015, Lindsey is playing in the Mexican League.
  • Tim Adleman, pitcher 2016 Cincinnati Reds. Adleman pitched for the Jackals in 2013. That same year he was signed by the Cincinnati Reds. Three years later he made his major league debut for the Reds on May 1, 2016. He currently pitches in the Detroit Tigers organization.
  • Raúl Valdés, pitcher, Chunichi Dragons. Valdes pitched for the Jackals in 2006 and went 7–3 in 17 games with 12 starts. He signed a minor league contract with the New York Mets following the season and made his major league debut for them in 2010. Valdes signed with the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2010 offseason and began the 2011 season with the Memphis Redbirds, the Cardinals' Triple-A affiliate. He was released by St. Louis after making seven appearances and finished the 2011 season with the New York Yankees.
  • Mark Lemke, former second baseman for the Atlanta Braves. After retiring from the major leagues in 1998, Lemke decided to attempt a comeback as a knuckleball pitcher and joined the Jackals for 1999. He was released early in the 2000 season due to control problems.
  • Pete Rose, Jr., son of Pete Rose and career minor leaguer. Rose, who played as "PJ Rose", spent two seasons with the Jackals from 1998–99.
  • Timo Perez, former major league outfielder. Perez played for the Jackals in 2009 for 21 games.
  • Benji Gil, former major league infielder. Gil joined the Jackals as part of a comeback attempt in 2005 but was released.
  • Argenis Reyes, former major league infielder. Reyes played for the New York Mets from 2008–2009, joined the Jackals in 2010, and was sold by the team to the Boston Red Sox in July 2011. The Red Sox promptly traded him to Cleveland, where he joined the Columbus Clippers and led them to the International League championship.
  • D'Angelo Jiménez, former major league second baseman. Jiménez joined the Jackals in the second half of the 2011 season after spending the previous season split between the Rochester Red Wings and the Mexican League.
  • Stuart Pomeranz, retired former pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles. Pomeranz pitched for the Jackals in 2009 and was bought following the season by the Colorado Rockies.
  • Ángel Berroa, former major league infielder who won the 2003 American League Rookie of the Year award with the Kansas City Royals. Berroa joined the Jackals in 2012 after spending the previous season split between the Reno Aces of the Pacific Coast League and the Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League.
  • Matt Chico, former Washington Nationals pitcher. Chico, who has had major elbow surgery in the past, spent 2011 pitching for the Nationals' Gulf Coast League team, the Harrisburg Senators, and the Syracuse SkyChiefs before signing with the Jackals in 2012.
  • Robert Stock (born 1989), current pitcher for the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB). As a Jackal pitcher in 2016, Stock appeared in 52 games setting a league record.[12]
  • Richard Stock (born 1991), former 45th and 23rd round pick for the Milwaukee Brewers and Cleveland Indians. Stock is a Jewish history buff who was a catcher/designated hitter for the Jackals, and is now a pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies.

Contracts sold to MLB organizations

PlayerPosMLB clubYear
Andres SantiagoRHPAtlanta2017
Robert StockRHPCincinnati2017
Art Charles1BCincinnati2016
Johnny HellwegRHPCincinnati2016
Whit MayberryRHPWashington2016
Alex PowersRHPCincinnati2016
Johnny WalterRHPSt. Louis2016
Dwight ChildsCPittsburgh2015
Peter MooneySSMiami2015
Gabriel PerezRHPArizona2014
Nick GiarraputoINFChicago White Sox2013
Zach WoodsRHPNew York Yankees2012
Dustin CameronRHPPhiladelphia2011
Leonard DavisOFWashington2011
James LevertonLHPMiami2011
Argenis ReyesINFCleveland2011
Chris GarciaINFAtlanta2010
Myron LeslieINFNew York Yankees2010
Jordan NewtonCPittsburgh2010
Stu PomeranzRHPColorado2010
Argenis ReyesINFBoston2010
Chris GarciaINFPittsburgh2009
Chris MaddoxCAtlanta2009
Tom AtleeRHPMilwaukee2008
Sandy MaderaCBoston2008
Hunter DavisRHPTampa Bay2007
Alex FernandezOFPittsburgh2007
John Lindsey1BLos Angeles Dodgers2007
Rusty TuckerLHPMilwaukee2007
Mike VicaroRHPColorado2007
Jason WylieRHPPhiladelphia2007
Sandy MaderaCBaltimore2006
Isaac PavlikLHPChicago Cubs2006
Randy RappRHPOakland2006
Raul ValdesLHPNew York Mets2006
John Lindsey1BMiami2005

Season W-L records

New Jersey Jackals 1998–2019[13]
Season League Manager First Half Record Second Half Record Season Record
1998Northeast LeagueKash Beauchamp30–12, 1st place South23–19, 2nd place South53–31
1999Northern LeagueKash Beauchamp23–19, 1st place South22–21, 2nd place South (tie)45–40
2000Northern LeagueKash Beauchamp17–25, 4th place South14–27, 4th place South31–52
2001Northern LeagueGeorge Tsamis20–25, 3rd place South25–20, 2nd place South45–45
2002Northern LeagueGeorge Tsamis30–15, 1st place South32–12, 1st place South62–27
2003Northeast LeagueJoe Calfapietra28–17, 1st place South24–20, 1st place South52–37
2004Northeast LeagueJoe Calfapietra26–21, 1st place South28–18, 1st place South54–39
2005Can-Am LeagueJoe Calfapietra25–21, 2nd place South23–23, 3rd place South48–44
2006Can-Am LeagueJoe Calfapietra25–20, 2nd place (tie)18–28, 7th place43–48
2007Can-Am LeagueJoe Calfapietra31–15, 1st place18–29, 10th place49–34
2008Can-Am LeagueJoe Calfapietra25–22, 4th place18–29, 8th place43–41
2009Can-Am LeagueJoe Calfapietra28–19, 1st place27–20, 3rd place55–39
2010Can-Am LeagueJoe Calfapietra19–27, 5th place23–23, 4th place42–50
2011Can-Am LeagueJoe Calfapietra27-20, 2nd place30–16, 1st place57–36
2012Can-Am LeagueJoe CalfapietraNo HalvesNo Halves59–41
2013Can-Am LeagueJoe CalfapietraNo HalvesNo Halves55–44
2014Can-Am LeagueJoe CalfapietraNo HalvesNo Halves55–41
2015Can-Am LeagueJoe CalfapietraNo HalvesNo Halves54–43
2016Can-Am LeagueJoe CalfapietraNo HalvesNo Halves62–38
2017 Can-Am League Matt Padgett No Halves No Halves 55–45
2018 Can-Am League Brooks Carey No Halves No Halves 50–52
2019 Can-Am League Brooks Carey No Halves No Halves 48–46

All-time Team Records

Players in italics are still active.

Individual Batting

  • Average, career: Sandy Madera/Aaron Fera, .355
  • Average, season: Wilton Veras, .369 (2004)
  • Games played, career: Zach Smithlin, 472
  • Games played, season: Carlos Truinfel, 100 (2018)
  • Hits, career: Zach Smithlin, 503
  • Hits, season: Zach Smithlin, 135 (2005); Johnny Bladel, 135 (2017)
  • Hits, game: Billy Brown, 6 (Aug. 14, 2002); Art Charles, 6* (June 6, 2016 vs. Sussex)
  • At Bats, game: Marcus Sanders, 10* (June 26, 2008)
  • Home runs, career: Chris Rowan, 44
  • Home runs, season: Art Charles, 29 (2016)
  • Runs batted in, career: Nick Giarraputo, 169
  • Runs batted in, season: Art Charles, 101 (2016)
  • Runs scored, career: Zach Smithlin, 287
  • Runs scored, season: Johnny Bladel, 95 (2017)
  • Doubles, career: Nick Giarraputo, 68
  • Doubles, season: Chas Terni, 34 (2002)
  • Triples, career: D' Vontrey Richardson, 16
  • Triples, season: D'Vontrey Richardson, 12* (2016)
  • Walks, career: Zach Smithlin, 220
  • Walks, season: Conrad Gregor, 82 (2019)
  • Total Bases, career: Zach Smithlin, 583
  • Total Bases, season: Art Charles, 248 (2016)
  • Extra-Base Hits, season: Art Charles, 60 (2016)
  • Extra-Base Hits, career : Nick Giarraputo, 103
  • Stolen bases, career: Zach Smithlin, 154
  • Stolen bases, season: Conrad Gregor, 49 (2019)
  • Sacrifice flys, career: Mike DeJesus, 15
  • Hit by pitch, career: Rylan Sandoval, 35
  • Hit by pitch, season: Rylan Sandoval, 20 (2017)
  • Longest hitting streak: Carmine Cappuccio, 39 games (1999)
  • Longest Team Winning Streak: 14* (6/11/09 & 6/25/98)

Can-Am League records*

Individual Pitching

  • Appearances, career: Isaac Pavlik, 248*
  • Appearances, season: Robert Stock, 52 (2016)
  • Starts, career: Isaac Pavlik, 197*
  • Starts, season: Aaron Myers, 20 (2002); Joe Orloski, 20 (2005); Isaac Pavlik, 20 (2008)
  • Wins, career: Isaac Pavlik, 100*
  • Wins, season: Joel Bennett, 14 (2002)
  • Losses, career: Isaac Pavlik, 56*
  • Saves, career: Rusty Tucker, 59
  • Saves, season: Salvador Sanchez, 25 (2014)
  • Innings pitched, career: Isaac Pavlik, 1305-1/3*
  • Innings pitched, season: Joe Orloski, 140-1/3 (2005)
  • Strikeouts, career: Isaac Pavlik, 1019*
  • Strikeouts, season: Joel Bennett, 141 (2002)
  • Strikeouts, game: Joel Bennett, 16 (June 23, 2002)
  • Bases on balls, career: Isaac Pavlik, 301*
  • Complete games, career: Isaac Pavlik, 18
  • Complete games, season: Kevin Pincavitch, 7 (2000); Aaron Myers, 7 (2002)
  • Earned run average, career: Jason Dietrich, 1.45 31IP
  • Shutouts, career: Aaron Myers, 7
  • Shutouts, season: Paul Magrini, 2 (1998); Joel Bennett, 2 (2001); Aaron Myers, 2 (2002 & 2006); Isaac Pavlik, 2 (2010); Johnny Walter, 2 (2015)
  • Losses, season: Joe Orloski and Aaron Myers, 9 (2006); Jackson Crowther, 9 (2004)
  • Bases on balls, season: Andres Caceres, 86 (2017)
  • No-hitters pitched: Jeremy Callier, (Aug. 28, 2002); Aaron Myers, (Aug. 6, 2006); Eduar Lopez, (Aug. 7, 2018)

Can-Am League records*

Team Records

Team Batting-

Highest Average, season .295* (2005)

Most hits, season 1012* (2012)

Most runs scored, season 610 (2016)

Most doubles, season 190 (2016)

Most triples, season 46* (2016)

Most home runs, season 108 (2012)

Most RBI's, season 571 (2016)

Team Pitching-

Most strikeouts, season 866* (2017)

Most shutouts, season 13 tie (2011)

Can-Am League records*

Statistics are as of the end of the 2018 season.[14]

Opening Day results

Opening Day Results
Year Date Day Result NJ score score Opening Day Opponent
19985/30/98SaturdayWJackals41@ Waterbury Spirit
19995/28/99FridayLJackals45Waterbury Spirit
20005/26/00FridayWJackals31Quebec Les Capitales
20015/25/01FridayLJackals78@ Adirondack Lumberjacks
20025/24/02FridayWJackals63@ Quebec Les Capitales
20035/22/03ThursdayWJackals20Berkshire Black Bears
20045/27/04ThursdayWJackals101Bangor Lumberjacks
20055/27/05FridayWJackals43Can-Am Grays
20065/23/06TuesdayWJackals54@ Worcester Tornadoes
20075/24/07ThursdayWJackals32@ Sussex Skyhawks
20085/22/08ThursdayWJackals60@ Ottawa Rapides
20095/29/09FridayWJackals100@ American Defenders of New Hampshire
20105/27/10ThursdayLJackals34@ Sussex Skyhawks
20115/26/11ThursdayWJackals84@ Pittsfield Colonials
20125/17/12ThursdayWJackals177@ Kansas City T-Bones
20135/16/13ThursdayWJackals64@ St. Paul Saints
20145/22/14ThursdayWJackals21@ Trois-Rivieres Aigles
20155/25/15MondayLJackals14@ Sussex County Miners
20165/19/16ThursdayLJackals24@ Ottawa Champions
20175/18/17ThursdayWJackals84Quebec Les Capitales
20185/17/18ThursdayLJackals03@ Quebec Les Capitales
20195/17/19FridayWJackals65@ Ottawa Champions

Post-Season series W/L records

The Jackals have participated in 113 games in 27 post season series.

Their overall playoff record: 58 wins, 55 losses.

Post Season Records[13]
Year Opening Round League Championship Northern League Championship
1998Defeated Allentown Ambassadors, 2 games to 0Def. Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, 2 games to 0
1999Defeated Allentown Ambassadors, 3 games to 0Lost to Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, 3 games to 1
2001Defeated Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, 3 games to 0Def. Elmira Pioneers, 3 games to 2Def. Winnipeg Goldeyes, 3 games to 1
2002Defeated Elmira Pioneers, 3 games to 2Def. Adirondack Lumberjacks, 3 games to 2Def. Winnipeg Goldeyes, 3 games to 1
2003Lost to Brockton Rox, 3 games to 1
2004Defeated Bangor Lumberjacks, 3 games to 1Def. North Shore Spirit, 3 games to 2
2007Lost to Nashua Pride, 3 games to 2
2009Lost to Worcester Tornadoes, 3 games to 0
2010Lost to Québec Capitales, 3 games to 0
2011Defeated Pittsfield Colonials, 3 games to 0Lost to Québec Capitales, 3 games to 1
2012Lost to Québec Capitales, 4 games to 3
2013Lost to Québec Capitales, 4 games to 1
2014Lost to Rockland Boulders, 4 games to 2
2015Defeated Québec Capitales, 3 games to 2Lost to Trois-Rivières Aigles, 3 games to 2
2016Lost to Ottawa Champions, 3 games to 1
2017Lost to Rockland Boulders, 3 games to 1
2019Defeated Trois-Rivières Aigles, 3 games to 2Defeated Sussex County Miners, 3 games to 1

Current roster

New Jersey Jackals roster
Active (22-man) roster Coaches/Other


  • 30 Anthony Auletta
  •  5 Dylan Brammer
  • 24 Justin Brantley
  • 16 Brendan Butler
  • 21 Lendy Castillo
  • 13 Matt Dallas
  • 35 Reece Karalus
  • 10 Jorge Pérez
  • 23 Eduard Reyes
  • 19 Christian Tessitore
  • 22 Matt Vogel


  • 29 Jason Agresti
  • 15 Chase Smartt
  • 25 Richard Stock
  • 33 Isaac Wenrich


  • 12 Santiago Chirino
  • 18 Andrew Dundon
  •  9 Conrad Gregor
  • -- Emilio Guerrero ‡
  •  6 Nelson Ward


  • 20 Jay González
  • 11 David Harris
  • 27 Alfredo Marte
  •  3 Demetrius Moorer


  • 17 Brooks Carey


  •  1 Jimmy Efre (Hitting Coach)
  •    Scott Iselhart (Assistant Coach)

Disabled list
‡ Inactive list
§ Suspended list

Roster updated August 24, 2019

Broadcast homes

The Jackals currently offer broadcasts of their games via webcast at[15] and also provide an internet-only audio broadcast available at Mixlr[16]

Alex Cammarata is the play-by-play broadcaster since 2017. Cammarata calls every home and most road games.

When the Jackals began in 1998, games were carried over Seton Hall University's WSOU. After a season there, the team moved to commercial station WMTR, an oldies station in Morristown. They also were heard on WJUX-FM, a New York-based standards station, ending their run on commercial radio in 2002. For this entire stretch, Jim Cerny was the voice of the Jackals.

WPSC-FM, the on-campus radio station for William Paterson University, took broadcast rights in 2003 and kept them until 2006. The original broadcast team consisted of Darren Cooper on play-by-play with Joe Ameruoso as color commentator. Cooper left the broadcast after the season, and Tony Colucci was added as color man to take over for the promoted Ameruoso. Beginning in 2005, Ameruoso did the broadcasts by himself and continued to do so after the broadcasts became web exclusive in 2007, continuing in the role for several more years until his eventual departure.

New Jersey Jackals vs. Can-Am & AA League Teams

Jackals All time regular season Can-Am League Win/Loss Records vs. Can-Am & AA opponents: (2005-2018)

Quebec Capitales1131220.481
Rockland Boulders87690.558
Worcester Tornadoes67540.554
Trois Rivieres62430.590
Brockton Rox50400.556
Sussex Skyhawks43320.573
Sussex County Miners38360.514
Newark Bears37150.712
Ottawa Champions32330.492
Grays (Travel Team)19110.633
New Haven County15210.417
North Shore Spirit15240.385
Pittsfield Colonials12220.353
Atlantic City Surf10100.500
NY Federals (Travel)1040.714
Elmira Pioneers950.643
Garden State Grays910.900
Ottawa Rapidz950.643
St. Paul Saints980.529
Dominican Republic601.000
Wichita Wingnuts570.417
Gary SouthShore440.500
Kansas City T-Bones430.571
Shikoku Island420.667
Laredo Lemurs310.750
Salina Stockade301.000
Lincoln Salt Dogs240.333
Sioux City Explorers210.667
Sioux Falls Canaries210.667
Winnipeg Goldeyes240.333
Grand Prairie120.333
2005-2018 Totals7276160.541

CanAm League 2005-2019

CAN-AM LEAGUE (all-time regular season W/L records 2005-2019)WLW%⬇️
North Shore Spirit (2005-2007)1701040.620
Quebec LesCapitales 2005-20198196120.572
Atlantic City Surf (2007-2008)102840.548
Pittsfield Colonials (2010-2011)101840.546
Rockland Boulders 2011-20194754040.540
New Jersey Jackals 2005-20197756620.539
Brockton Rox (2005-2011)3493010.537
New Haven County Cutters (2005-2007)1461300.529
Sussex County Miners 2015-20192462450.501
Nashua Pride (2006-2008)1311440.476
Worcester Tornadoes (2005-2012)3493990.467
Trois-Rivieres Aigles 2013-20193153730.458
Ottawa Champions 2015-20192202690.450
Cuban National Team (2016-2017, 2019)24320.429
CanAm Grays (2005 & 2007)771090.414
Sussex Skyhawks (2005-2009)1912710.413
Newark Bears (2011-2013)1131800.386
American Defenders of NH (2009)36580.383
Shikoku Island (2015-2016,2019)21340.382
Ottawa Rapidz (2008)31630.330
Elmira Pioneers (2005)28640.304
Garden State Grays (2015)13470.217
Salina Stockade (2018)3150.167
New York Federals (2011)15780.161
Hollywood Stars (2018)180.111
Dominican Republic 2017-20182240.077
Empire League Grays (2019)040.000

Memorable Moments in Jackals History

11998 Northeast League Final, Game 1Jackals rally for 6 runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to defeat the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, 7-6, in game 1 of the NEL Finals at Yogi Berra Stadium.September 5, 1998
22002 Northern League East Final, Game 5With the series against Adirondack tied at 2 games apiece, trailing 2-1 and down to their last strike of the season, the Jackals to score 3 runs in the 9th inning to beat the Lumberjacks in Glens Falls, NY, 4-2, & win the series. Dave Callahan bases‐clearing double with 2 outs and a 3-2 count wins the series for NJ.September 14, 2002
3Clinch 1st Northeast League ChampionshipJackals win in Albany over the Diamond Dogs by a final score of 4-3, Double Play 7-4 ends the game.September 6, 1998
4Clinch 2nd Northern League ChampionshipFor the 2nd straight year, the Jackals beat the Winnipeg Goldeyes to win the Northern League Championship. Winning Game 4 @ YBS 5-2September 21, 2002
5Clinch 1st Northern League ChampionshipJackals win their 1st Northern League championship, beating the Goldeyes, 8-5, in game 4 in Winnipeg. Jackals score 4 runs in the top of the 9th inning to secure the win.September 28, 2001
6Clinch 1st Can-Am League ChampionshipJackals win their 1st Can-Am League championship, defeating the Sussex County Miners, 8-7, in game 4 @ Skylands Stadium. Jackals first Championship in 15 years.September 14, 2019
72001 Northern League 1st Round Playoff, game 3Jackals complete a 1st round sweep over the Albany Diamond Dogs with a 7-4 victory @ YBS on David Kennedy's 3-run home run off the scoreboard in the bottom of the 8th.September 7, 2001
8Clinch 2nd Northeast League ChampionshipWin Games 3 (7-2), 4 (4-2) & 5 (5-3) in North Shore after dropping the first 2 games at home.September 17–19, 2004
92001 Northern League Championship, Game 1Jackals score 4 runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to beat the Winnipeg Goldeyes, 7-3, in game 1 of the Northern League finals @ YBS.September 24, 2001
10Jeremy Callier no-hitterJeremy Callier throws the 1st no-hitter in franchise history vs. Berkshire Black Bears, 2-0. Ryan Kane hits a walk-off 2-run HR in B9th.August 28, 2002
11Aaron Myers no-hitterAaron “Bulldog” Myers tossed the 2nd no-hitter in franchise history as the Jackals defeat the Worcester Tornadoes, 3-0.August 6, 2006
12Eduar Lopez no-hitterEduar Lopez tossed the 3rd no-hitter in franchise history as the Jackals defeat the Ottawa Champions, 5-0. Faced 28 batters, 1BB, 4K's, 92 pitchesAugust 7, 2018
13First NJ Jackals Post Season gameIn the first Playoff game in team history- Jackals defeat the Allentown Ambassadors, 11-3 @ YBS.September 2, 1998
14Post 9-11 playoff game/seriesJoel Bennett's address @ YBS before Game #1 vs Elmira. Jackals 5, Elmira 2September 17, 2001
15Jackals retire pitcher Joel Bennett's # 28In a ceremony prior to their game against the Brockton Rox, the Jackals retire Joel Bennett's number 28August 22, 2008
16Art Charles 2016 CanAm Player of the Year1st Triple Crown winner in Can-Am League history with a .352 batting average, 29 home runs & 101 RBI & New League Records- .699SLG, 248TB, 60XBH2016 Season
17Carmine Cappuccio, 39 game hitting streakCarmine Cappuccio's season ending 39 game hitting streak, (.414 BA during the streak)September 1, 1999
182000 Northern League All-Star GameYBS plays host to the 2000 Northern League All-Star Game, Final score: East All Stars 10 - Central All Stars 5. Attendance: 4,211August 1, 2000
19First NJ Jackals Home game everNJ Jackals christen YBS & defeat the Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs, 2-1, in 13 innings. OF Gary Collum hits a game winning HRJune 5, 1998
20Can-Am League Cooperstown Classic1st ever Can-Am League Cooperstown Classic @ Historic Doubleday Field, Cooperstown, NY. Jackals defeat Rockland Boulders 9-1, Brian Ernst WP, Attendance:1300?July 17, 2015
21Jackals eliminate Quebec/clinch playoff berthJackals eliminate Capitales(5x League Champions) & earn their 13th postseason appearance in 17 years with a 7-3 victoty @ YBS.August 25, 2014
2214 Game winning StreakJackals extend their Can-Am League record winning streak to 14 games with a 9-7 victory over the Worcester Tornadoes in Game 1 of a DH @ YBS.June 25, 2009
23Jackals vs. Allentown Ambassadors seriesJackals sweep a 3-game series from the Allentown Ambassadors @ YBSAugust 24–26, 1998
24Jackals vs. Cuban National TeamJackals played the Cuban National Team in a 3-game series @ YBS, G1 Cuba 9-4(7inn), G2 NJ 3-1, G3 NJ 5-3June 27, 2016
25Jackals 1,000th regular season winJackals win their 1,000th regular season game, 9-3 over Trois-Rivieres, Isaac Pavlik WPJuly 20, 2017
26Jackals vs. Shikoku Island League All-StarsJackals defeat Shikoku Island League All-Stars 3-0 @ YBS. Isaac Pavlik WP, Attendance: 2,492June 12, 2015
27Jackals vs. Russian National TeamJackals played the Russian National Team in an exhibition DH @ YBS. New Jersey is victorious by scores of 3-0 and 5-4.May 17, 2003
28Jackals vs. Rockland Boulders gameJackals win 11-10 over the Rockland Boulders @ YBS by scoring 10 Runs in the bottom of the 8th inning.July 20, 2011
29Jackals vs. Massachusetts, 11-Run 1st inningJackals score 11 Runs in the 1st inning against the Massachusetts Mad Dogs, @ YBS. 17-3 Final score.July 13, 1999
30Jackals vs Quebec 2013 Can-Am LCS, Game 5Jackals score 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th to win Game 5 of the best of 7 series, final score 4-3.September 8, 2013
31Jackals retire Pitcher Isaac Pavlik's # 7In a ceremony prior to their game against the Sussex County Miners, the Jackals retire Isaac Pavlik's number 7August 29, 2019
32Isaac Pavlik records his 1,000th StrikeoutIsaac Pavlik records his 1,000th career strikeout as a Jackal, with a 8-2 victory over OttawaAugust 2, 2017
33Jackals retire Pitching coach Ed Ott's # 14In a ceremony prior to their game against the Ottawa Champions, the Jackals retire Ed Ott's number 14June 20, 2015
34Jackals retire outfielder Zach Smithlin's # 4In a ceremony between games of a doubleheader against the Pittsfield Colonials, the Jackals retire Zach Smithlin's number 4July 30, 2011
35Jackals vs. Dominican Republic National TeamJackals played a Dominican Republic National Team in a 3-game series @ YBS, G1 NJ 14-2, G2 NJ 17-8, G3 NJ 8-5June 13–15, 2017

NJ Individual Batting Stats, (1998-2018)

6Zach Smithlin#472200317172875035882152154322201910.2930.3750.3400.714583134013268122
5Craig Conway294114199014527846451051251221370.2810.3640.3510.71434712983557
3Nick Giarraputo267110010101643056733316043502190.3020.3500.4720.8224773001031031
3Mike DeJesus*260113798313928848591331291201410.2930.3680.3790.748373613151623
3Wilton Veras2521083988146299673131533471760.3030.3510.4160.76741110014683-1
3Chris Rowan233936836141213371044134194562370.2550.3230.4810.804402324819115
3Josh Brinkley214817748109217343201013415461020.2900.3370.4240.761317108535719
3Bryan Sabatella209924811147245357211328312871490.3020.3700.4400.811357861216371
3Matt Lauderdale201844721116212454231122394870.2940.3850.4630.84833419010272-1
2Rylan Sandoval195917769153215418121022110992090.2800.3830.4010.784308356806111
2Myron Leslie#181785627130188374271262271331200.3000.4310.5010.931314170896815
2Johnny Bladel180804674157218411011884913981340.3230.4200.4630.883312212906236
2Joseph Mihalics1806875819214420536513276850.2480.3390.3150.654183815702811
2Travis Bailey1787596661272035213281342717741720.3050.3790.5480.927365110839310
2Jeremy Barnes178744650113189305279622761030.2910.3640.4770.84131060122620
2Dave Kennedy17676464611318135318112001001210.2800.3850.4270.81227613051560
2Marcus Sanders1657746601321972973674010891360.2980.3870.3770.764249116813930
3D' Vontrey Richardson1606766211071953516798391239930.3140.3560.4560.81128354725827
2Tony Caldwell1575954997213430277410551450.2690.3680.3790.746189292101391
2Guillermo Reyes#15463355181164273985251453600.2980.3620.4070.769224812913911
2John Anderson*149670607117179274558261152700.2950.3530.3770.73022944303615
2D.C. Olsen1496285711011713562610324461200.2990.3540.5180.872296506467-2
3Sandy Madera143633561105199411311222149810.35470.4130.5971.01033513196731
3John Lindsey141583503801554062211902521020.3080.3980.5430.9412732503168-2
2Taylor Brennan140576492781322521582182651590.2680.3640.4190.782206114424216
2Chris Curran*13559752487156155033592251700.2980.3610.3450.706181315402037
2Chaz Terni13557351277142411128423301060.2770.3420.4320.7732212254054-1
2Juan Tejeda1295494908314230218903141730.2900.3480.4690.81723080101502
2Jose Cuevas1275134657213134265318830660.2820.3320.4020.73418777404210
2Gaetano Giunta#1264974366710282228201141610.2340.3020.2750.57812031432129
2Ryan Kane12151745691147411191023347900.3220.3890.5420.9302477073610
2Joe Dunigan*116487448661101803181113291710.2460.2960.4930.7892215051498
2Clay Kuklick115403359361011322441031470.2810.3490.3450.6951248231171
2Adam Martin1154513845892110135041511230.2400.3300.3700.6991423850243
2Art Charles*108484399871382853211231701120.3460.4500.6821.13227210059652
2Kevin Grijak*1084644086912927515953444300.3160.3810.5170.899211408747-1
2Richard Stock*1044013696410832515773018660.2930.3250.5280.8531954191523
2Francisco Leandro*101481382799922324512784470.2590.3920.3480.7411335282275
2Ricardo Cordova#100440396701392210107520529480.3510.4000.5330.93221157314215
1Carlos Triunfel10038735355941927381516440.2660.3120.3910.703138963028-4
1David Harris9840934477114162236815657920.3310.4350.5901.0252037014419
1Chris Duffy*983933355098241136214521020.2930.3870.4870.873163204238-3
1Mike O'Neill*97472397761342153459362280.3380.4260.4380.8641743550296
1Carlos Guzman#974123585410315111513148520.2880.3760.4270.8031533212272
2Steve Checksfield964013666310515810466429660.2870.3420.4540.7951663031332
1Brian Burgamy#9543838463120210128310246640.3130.3810.4610.8421771073338
1Mark Threlkeld954043526210822213643342760.3070.3790.4910.8701733070370
1Seth Spivey*953883384495945442540470.2810.3630.3760.738127523018-3
1Peter Mooney*9542335465931334278558320.2630.3720.3500.7231245420203
2Mark Burke*9438233847991919708239490.2930.3660.4350.8011472036296
2Argenis Reyes#934193775611218444417532270.2970.3560.3980.75415043312612
2Pete Rose*933933367210531216617045330.3130.3940.5600.9541885077497
1Jared Schlehuber9337932843952215530242530.2900.3650.4090.774134117128-2
1Leandro Castro9137834568111235136821222350.3220.3640.5300.89518342514119
1Kevin Clark*914043576210113393827639690.2830.3580.4120.77014742202521
1Jon Talley*91362335458215013501121760.2450.2960.4060.7021364022280
1Felix Sanchez90409360629812402036923950.2720.3400.3280.668118159201627
1Cory Vaughn903863245783273957132461040.2560.3610.4410.802143101513911
1Alonzo Harris894023555410315775234835750.2900.3540.4310.78515319202926
1Brian Joynt8938434643901823451225950.2600.3280.3500.6781211102023-1
1Eddie Newton8934128739701175505438700.2440.3290.3830.7131103490231
1Francisco Caraballo883813476310923119770024660.3140.3620.5500.9131915051430
1Angel Berroa884053426310626018625236350.3100.3980.5440.94218618360443
1Nolan Meadows*88331290397113210360033750.2450.3240.4070.7311183140250
1Jason Tuttle*8738734646105102026211431250.3030.3660.3440.7101194510127
2Mike Scanzano8733428836851500305218350.2950.3640.3470.71110016751153
2Mikaela Dworken87331287488117111530131770.2820.3700.4630.8331331012029-1
1Bill Peavey*8734930344801308451035420.2640.3550.3860.7411179023211
1Wady Almonte86358321491052929645125250.3270.3880.5140.9021659033404
1Essex Burton8540135465109172443341132390.3080.3730.4010.77514282512323
1Abraham Nunez#85383309449511122915568350.3070.4280.3690.79711402411410
1A.J. Kirby-Jones85374313679216119700157850.2940.4010.5340.935167103036-1
1Kris Sanchez*85341307458022114590030880.2610.3340.4760.8101464001370
1Richard Arias853282992775911235317430.2510.2970.2980.595893810112
1Juan Moreno843813526110520442917818560.2980.3400.4120.7511455420289
1Danny Canela*8433130842939010490220460.3020.3440.4290.773132102019-2
1Saul Bustos843342975687212154711329460.2930.3550.5290.8841572245388
1Chris Dean#843763234885141042926836610.2630.3470.4060.75213177312818
1Kevin Torres*8430027536761624351018400.2760.3220.3930.7151081510221
1Billy Rich8335428468972738637859330.3420.4520.5420.994154407238-1
1Scott Goodman*8332428338792117433529500.2790.3670.4350.8021231101329-2
1Joe Kerrigan*823673284010010523310635420.3050.3710.3840.7551261032174
1Keith Gordon8232529847931601670191017670.3120.3540.5270.8811575053329
1Peter DeYoung8232028630862312317216460.3010.3540.4090.7631179630265
1Connor Hofmann*82356324498012442719826730.2470.3100.3460.65611241102011
2Billy Kovatch*82326294307611213014821530.2590.3130.3200.632943620146
1Danny Rams8231828532741716410027800.2600.3300.3890.7201114020240
1Steve Nikorak8228725429631214256224760.2480.3310.3500.681898011174
1Luke Allen*81350318561032339473128550.3240.3740.5000.8741590043352
1Anthony Gomez81339302499112303611116150.3010.3400.3610.700109315301510
1Jud Thigpen8135129743761519424440640.2560.3660.4040.77012012110250
1Brian Davis81293268367415343813322750.2760.3310.3990.73010710202210
1Tony Martinez8131226245732025372232560.2790.3720.4270.7991128820270
1Andrew Larsen8130327127701201283125430.2580.3260.3140.639853220132
1Carmine Cappuccio*803403015910528117750130370.3490.4120.6181.030186504846-1
1Mike Jones*8033828240751527491145460.2660.3760.4080.7841157043240
1Jacob Butler78336293508515016550040730.2900.3780.5050.8831482012310
2Garrett Larkin*782622343456902257122590.2390.3120.3030.615713212116
1Gary Collum77327292608114373020831410.2770.3500.4180.76812221112412
1Mike Church7626424121641003270011410.2660.2980.3440.643832640130
1Rony Cabrera76243230204981322625540.2130.2300.2960.526681430124
1Chris Kelly7531729639831911257009520.2800.3040.4730.7771404170320
1Ryan Rogowski*74316262477411643228633380.2820.3800.4160.796109123612122
1George Virgilio#7428924937711903354134280.2850.3750.3980.773992400223
1Jabe Bergeron73326279528310219630037460.2970.3830.5520.9351545050310
1Yariel Vargas7327825329641411295021650.2530.3090.3280.637831030165
2Ken Craddox*731961822842322106810430.2310.2770.3020.5795521127-2
1Quinn Stewart72299266416916494411221870.2590.3190.4510.7701204442299
1Keith Maxwell7227825034601209400020700.2400.3100.3960.706996111210
2Carlos Pagan72282261315915010310116630.2260.2700.3980.669104113225-1
1Christopher White#7226924336565442423618440.2300.2890.3330.6228126001317
1Darren Blakely#713132774485255135915424630.3070.3740.5740.94815980444311
1Jeff Grose*7124020525496001910330480.2390.3330.2680.60255032067
1Dave Callahan*70317253506717094213260510.2650.4040.4390.84311110362611
2Daniel Rockett69273228507615211417734440.3330.4400.5611.00112810010280
1Conrad Gregor*693222515676160127411261320.3030.4290.5100.9391281090289
1Matt Helms*6926424035661442345511290.2750.3130.3920.704944540200
1George Arnott692131932344604173216580.2280.3000.3210.622624001101
1Jose Gonzalez68280242378020112611430500.3310.4150.4340.8491055303227
1Chad Thornhill#6826022027561320206632450.2550.3590.3320.691734401150
2Marcos Rodriguez*6727025324711202303013340.2810.3120.3520.664890132143
1Clyde Williams*66298267417718110507125640.2880.3420.4760.8181270060296
1Chris Henderson*6525621737601232320034370.2760.3740.3870.761841221170
1Billy Brown6429726248829584414729380.3130.3830.4770.8601252221227
1Mike Glendenning642702322753819373032570.2280.3260.3880.714903032183
1Jamal Austin6324922318649612721710320.2870.3210.3950.7158839401614
1Craig Maddox*632322142253925321314670.2480.3020.3790.68081301216-2
1Ryan Retz632191913746624235315400.2410.3120.3560.668686430122
2Jordan Newton6225222342681646326327610.3050.3810.4930.8741101010263
1Juan Infante#6219216538441244264421290.2670.3580.4610.819763210200
3Aaron Myers62272317100600180.3040.3080.3480.6568012010
1Elvis Corporan#6127222945701916422036440.3060.4020.4760.8781093131262
1Jorge Cortes*612512092958514344434280.2780.3780.3680.746772242100
1Jordan Hinshaw6124120134571015337332560.2840.3920.4180.810844400164
1Jason Belcher*6024521334611304311326100.2860.3650.4040.76986213017-2
1Aaron Fera58252231468219218547415540.35500.3970.6881.0851593030393
1Jeff Anderson#582432024153922272329290.2620.3710.3560.72772732013-1
1Todd Johannes582191882545701162122420.2390.3250.2930.61855270081
1Drue James581791331626500112126320.1950.3720.2330.605311271151
1Rogelio Nunez#561831691742123207310290.2490.2940.3310.62656130064
1Dean Green*55245217387713013431121220.35480.4140.5941.0081293133260
1Marc Fink*5520918525411106270117650.2220.2950.3780.67370322217-1
1Andy Mocahbee551521282632908251116390.2500.3600.5080.868656200170
1Justin Trapp54217195255310221913915350.2720.3360.3740.711734300144
1Robert Stock*548800000000020.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Mike Rucci5320018226471412190011330.2580.3030.3790.682692230170
1Casey Gordon*532011752131620197321420.1770.2680.2340.50241131084
1Tyler Brock53144130132340117139300.1770.2250.2310.4563002305-2
1Leonard Davis*5223320846661829363018240.3170.3750.5530.9281153130293
1Doug Hall*52211194314982322579290.2530.2880.3610.64970233013-2
1Eric Rossy521611381934421146417420.2460.3330.3260.65945150072
1Matt Cusick*5122920440671845249222130.3280.3970.5290.9271082012277
1Jay LaFlair51192176294380622216350.2440.2890.3920.682696220141
1Max Casper501841622039710132314420.2410.3130.2960.6094842208-1
2Isaac Pavlik502200000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Adam Godwin4923620637719543217519280.3450.4080.4950.90310253321812
1Matt Nandin49208186255814232310215200.3120.3660.4570.823852320198
1Bry Nelson#4922219531561027272125170.2870.3690.4670.836911011191
1Jack Lipari*491561351729721231012320.2150.2860.3190.604433240101
1Travis Jones4821017715431103236223360.2430.3320.3560.688633250144
1Heath Altman#4811492141911367215470.2070.3480.3370.68531520055
1Joe Jiannetti471981872659113635416170.3160.3300.5030.833940141203
2Quentin Davis*4718415730518411914619290.3250.3940.4460.840701431138
2Darren Ciraco471921633244615274124420.2700.3660.4110.778672120123
2Alberto Vasquez47158145153125011009280.2140.2590.2970.55643103170
1Brandon Jones*461971752546802271119190.2630.3350.3430.678601020100
1Steven Caseres*4617314817351002180021340.2360.3350.3450.680512020120
1Jeff Gogal461100000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
2Nelson Samboy4519318339581000161859160.3170.3520.3720.7246810001013
1Jeff Lanning451611412437626220013320.2620.3290.4610.790653041140
1Chris Anderson451401231930308211110580.2440.3010.4630.765571421110
1Nick Salotti441891712048305271110290.2810.3390.3860.72566602080
1Chris Miyake431771551628622204213310.1810.2500.2840.534442521102
1Chris Chiarappa4313011811265116019260.2200.2870.3050.5923621007-1
1Alex Fernandez*4217115223461014190115210.3030.3630.4610.82370103315-1
1Jimmer Kennedy421100000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Mike Hartung403200000000010.0000.3330.0000.3330100000
1Jovan Rosa3914413592450211304220.1780.2130.2590.47235230073
1Trey Beamon*381661383348712239125220.3480.4460.4570.902631024108
1John Ruettiger*3814813519402008867210.2960.3380.3110.64942231022
1Sean Smith3817913934383131637227290.2730.4030.3740.778526341735
1Jeremy Slayden*37148139243580720218260.2520.2930.4600.753640100151
1Mark Schlosser#37150131203430088411270.2600.3240.2820.60737251034
1Jace Johnson37105931317800111211290.1830.2670.2690.5352500118-1
1Carlos Sosa*361581402547731222117330.3360.4050.4500.855630010111
1Taylor Oldham36143115203711022011416280.3220.4340.4700.903549030137
1Tim Turner3612110618257011122310350.2360.3050.3300.635351310819
1Mike Peltz#359385122350014216150.2710.3330.3290.66328200051
1Jaron Shepherd*351291031123610112219310.2230.3490.3010.65031232070
1Shawn Riggans341411221940614261215350.3280.4140.4920.90660310011-1
1Angel Flores341281051526501150117240.2480.3580.3240.6823415006-1
1Joe Bauldree34001000000000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!0000000
1Greg Morrison*321391181533503202112170.2800.3500.3980.74947324281
1Angel Mendoza3213112312322107425230.2600.2850.2930.57736012032
1Nick Santomauro*321251091726602143313400.2390.3230.3490.67138111080
1Benji Johnson3211210662360110014260.2170.2450.3020.5473202007-1
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2Steve Serafin3184767150113104190.1970.2650.2630.52820310021
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1Yazy Arbelo*30114106122230314007350.2080.2630.3210.58434100060
1Clay Eason306511100100110.2000.3330.4000.7332000010
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1Joey Gomes2911710742891215009200.2620.3250.4210.745451001120
1Jake Whitesides*2997948193219131210.2020.2160.3090.5252910106-2
1Jake Hale291100000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Scott Allan*291100000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1D'Angelo Jimenez#28129991930802235128140.3030.4500.4440.894440020104
1Scott Pinoni2811510852840317117200.2590.3040.3800.68441000170
1Chris Schwab*28108951125502135312410.2630.3460.3790.72536010172
2Dan Betteridge2880718142006115160.1970.2470.2250.47216031020
1Danny Santiesteban2710594192330310308250.2450.3140.3720.68735201063
1Ryan Pandolfini*27867691730070210130.2240.3140.2630.5772000003-2
1Dave Jefferson2611295153480085410180.3580.4450.4420.88842520281
1Horace Lawrence*267971132351112107120.3240.3850.4650.84933010071
1Dylan Brammer262210000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Brent Bowers*25998752861112219180.3220.3840.4480.83239102081
1Matt Hagen2496811518604192014260.2220.3440.4440.788361000102
1Gerald Bautista24716012121019008160.2000.3240.2670.59116300020
1Tommy Murphy#2463551010101530590.1820.2740.2550.52914210023
1Tommy Greene?2469557910030010230.1640.3030.1820.48510130010
1Rich Gomez2310393182721514435200.2900.3530.4950.84846410081
1Ramon Nivar23968613194132172380.2210.2770.3950.67234421085
1Cedrick Harris23908610182106452180.2090.2360.2560.4922211003-1
1Jason Dietrich235501000000030.2000.2000.2000.4001000000
1Andy High*238701000000110.1430.2500.1430.3931000000
1Kevin Pincavitch23171601100100040.0630.0630.1250.1882010010
1Francisco Lebron22100851628208220014200.3290.4200.6351.055540011100
1Russ Handy226758121610210527190.2760.3730.3970.77023200033
1Chris Edelstein*225451713110820120.2550.2780.3140.59216101022
1Josh Miller221101000000001.0001.0001.0002.0001000000
1Timo Perez*21978013275101753930.3380.3920.4250.81734206062
1Andre Keene*219077824202112111150.3120.3890.4160.80432002041
1Mike Nesbit21756314214007511180.3330.4320.3970.82925010044
1Yaniel Cabezas218274716200701380.2160.2500.2430.4931812202-1
1Rick Elder*2169616124016008220.1970.2900.3110.60119000050
1Kevin Gieras212220110001001110.0500.0950.0500.1451010000
1Steve Fish203301000000010.3330.3330.3330.6671000000
1Johnny Hellweg20100000000000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!0010000
1Matt Padgett*1982711623415192011130.3240.4150.6201.034440000102
1Dustin Lawley198376142050422306220.2630.3250.4870.81237100093
1Rob Benedict194838810200670660.2630.3750.3160.69112202027
1Dean Forthun196556682016004150.1430.2500.2320.48213410030
1Tim Quinn194840130001104120.0750.1910.0750.2663211001
1Joel Bennett192200000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Craig Breslow*191100000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1A.J. Brack*191100000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Willie Oropeza185753510200401130.1890.1960.2260.4231201202-1
1Scott Samuels*17736410278009108170.4220.4930.5471.04035100181
1Jerod Edmondson*177361122571095212100.4100.5070.5571.06434000083
2Kevin Dattola*1767637204028012140.3170.3480.4760.8253011006-1
1Alex Frazier17726581620212302170.2460.3060.3690.67524401043
1Jason Hill17706181430110316120.2300.3000.3280.62820102042
1Paul Magrini174435250001116120.1430.2620.1430.4055021000
1Jason Law*16333057000100350.2330.3030.2330.5367000000
1Dan Grice16564965100500490.1020.1820.1220.3046111010
1Ed Collins169901000000040.1110.1110.1110.2221000000
1John LeRoy16002000001000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!0000001
1Tom Nielsen16100000000010#DIV/0!1.000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!0000000
1Vic Davilla*15676171770115006130.2790.3430.4430.78627000080
1Mike Schwartz*156048913200611980.2710.4000.3130.71315201020
1Julian Gonzalez154239051003312170.1280.1900.1540.3446100012
1Carlos Mesa1456545113113000150.2040.2140.3520.56619101050
1John Quirk*144300000000100.0000.2500.0000.2500000000
1Julio Perez141100000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Edgard Clemente135353414501400090.2640.2640.4150.67922000060
1Jose Salas#1350507133021000080.2600.2600.4400.70022000050
1Scott Knazek1348384121013009110.3160.4580.4210.87916100020
1Brian Oakes13383159200200380.2900.3950.3550.75011301020
1Cody Johnson*134847492025001190.1910.2080.3620.57017000040
1Mike Abate134745382011001130.1780.2130.2890.50213100030
1Chris Weidert13272457100500170.2920.3460.3330.6798110010
1Andy Paulus13242326000310170.2610.2920.2610.5536000101
1Benji Gil1257541220502632260.3700.4040.5740.97831100071
1Trovin Valdez#125147811430960380.2340.2750.4470.72121001076
1Wylie Campbell#125446510000531360.2170.2600.2170.47710041002
1Mike Piercy*125139780003411260.2050.3920.2050.5978000003
1John DeSilva12332544100200460.1600.2760.2000.4765040010
1Blas Cedeno12181723100001030.1760.1760.2350.412401001-1
1Cory Lima124300000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000010000
2Darryl Brinkley1149461219201922050.4130.4490.5220.97124300030
1Ryan Adams114440512410400380.3000.3640.4500.81418100050
1Jared Mitchell*115042682004317190.1900.3060.2380.54410010022
1Mike Bassett*11383343000010450.0910.2110.0910.3013100101
1Ryan Breen#112925321002004130.0800.2070.1200.3273000010
1Frank Eufemia11181522000200030.1330.1330.1330.2672030000
1Pete Hartmann*10222048210200130.4000.4290.6001.02912010030
1David Urias10403658001500250.2220.2560.3060.56211011010
1Norberto Susini#10352854201200590.1430.2860.3210.6079101030
1Damian Blen-Ferray10322633100301190.1150.1880.1540.341420301-1
1Mike Consolmagno*10151101000120140.0910.1540.0910.2451021002
1Bryce Kartler*9322859021300460.3210.4060.5710.97816000030
1Scott White9383457101800230.2060.2370.3240.56011002020
1Dwight Childs9322326000201540.2610.4330.2610.694622000-1
1Dan Wydner*9262356000300110.2610.3200.2610.5816110000
1Wayne Slater*9141224000100210.3330.4290.3330.7624000100
1Casey Baker9242333100000070.1300.1670.1740.3414100010
1Kash Beauchamp8282729310500120.3330.3570.5190.87614000040
1Tom Smith#8252316000400220.2610.3200.2610.5816000000
1Roberto Ramos#8201825010411140.2780.3160.3890.7057010010
1Wilt Person8201945000000130.2630.3000.2630.5635000000
1Rob Zinsmeister8222135000051160.2380.2730.2380.5115000004
1Brian Stegen84400000000020.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Dustin Yount*73027271002003100.2590.3330.2960.6308000010
1Josh Fauske7292425001401280.2080.3100.3330.644820101-1
1Jaren Matthews*7252334000111250.1740.2400.1740.4144000000
1Jeremy Pickrel*7272113100320660.1430.3330.1900.5244000012
1Andrew Dundon7251722000110350.1180.4000.1180.5182500001
1Jason Clark*7101012100000020.2000.2000.3000.5003000010
1Nolan Neiman?7221922000000060.1050.1500.1050.2552120000
1Chris Garcia*6242237100100230.3180.3750.3640.7398000010
1John Ballon6252124000100230.1900.3200.1900.5104200000
1Curt Miaso6201904000100050.2110.2110.2110.4214010000
1Zane Chavez*6181713000000160.1760.2220.1760.3993000000
1Johnny Hernandez#6141402000220040.1430.1430.1430.2862000002
1Ryan Schade6181501100000240.0670.1760.1330.3102010010
1Ronnie Deck68801000100020.1250.1250.1250.2501000000
1Frank Salerno6171500000001240.0000.1180.0000.118000000-1
1Bill Horton6111000000000160.0000.0910.0000.0910000000
1Jared Boyd5191715000100260.2940.3680.2940.6635000000
1Charley Thurber*5221944100100350.2110.3180.2630.5815000010
1Andy Howdeshell5161623100200030.1880.1880.2500.4384000010
1Robert De La Hoz5181612100100040.1250.1670.1880.3543101010
1Matt Wessinger5151311000000230.0770.2000.0770.2771000000
1Justin Humphries4191525200300330.3330.4210.4670.8887001020
1Rafael Cabreja*4151344000200210.3080.4000.3080.7084000000
1Israel Alcantara4121123101300000.2730.3330.6360.9707100020
1Mike Richard4131113100100210.2730.3850.3640.7484000010
1Matt Stiffler*4111123000000030.2730.2730.2730.5453000000
1Jon Dziomba*4141302000200020.1540.2140.1540.3682100000
1Josh Petersen4141402000000010.1430.1430.1430.2862000000
1Sergio Lopez4141201000000250.0830.2140.0830.2981000000
1Geoff Milsom*49900000000060.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Mike Demperio47700000000040.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Rick Kirsten41100000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Kevin Castleberry*3121045200100210.5000.5830.7001.2837000020
1Napoleon Calzado3141314000101120.3080.3570.3080.665400000-1
1Hank Manning35522100000000.4000.4000.6001.0003000010
1Andy Walker38721000100000.1430.2500.1430.3931100000
1Mike Potter*3141311000311130.0770.1430.0770.2201000000
1Joe Lewis3121201000100030.0830.0830.0830.1671000000
1Landry Walker33310000000020.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Eric Rogow32200000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Hipolito Martinez29501000000300.2000.5000.2000.7001010000
1Chris Raniere28721000100100.1430.2500.1430.3931000000
1Taylor Ferguson27700000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Nicholas Prosise24400000000020.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Vance Lovelace*22200000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Doug Anderson?22200000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Peter L'Italien21100000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Brian Lentz14402000000000.5000.5000.5001.0002000000
1Scott Hall16602100000020.3330.3330.5000.8333000010
1Jayson Santiago*14411000000020.2500.2500.2500.5001000000
1Aaron Gretz*13200000000100.0000.3330.0000.3330000000
1Ron Walker14400000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Chase Patterson13300000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1John Bellis?12210000000010.0000.0000.0000.0000000000
1Dan Hummel11100000000000.0000.0000.0000.0000000000

NJ Individual Pitching Stats, (1998-2018)

13Isaac Pavlik*100560.6413.592481971818541305 1/3137863052093301510193713855411.2869.50.642.17.0
7Joel Bennett59190.7562.8410410031533659.99985712562084020656321812327241.1777.80.552.88.6
5Aaron Myers37310.5444.00908331370542.35272682413814384182201622851.2358.70.632.46.9
4Kevin Pincavitch23150.6053.27644651111333.43211561211810692793132614391.2818.70.492.97.5
4Mike Vicaro16110.5934.7547269000193.31711171022686017811038421.3308.
3A.J. Wideman*2180.7243.1239390100233.422498811352015015059701.1838.60.502.05.8
3Paul Magrini17140.5483.8644430820254.32541391091784101851731211171.3299.00.603.06.5
3Josh Brey*13150.4644.1644440410233.52171291081210411391111210091.3758.40.464.05.4
3Fernando Cruz1150.6882.754216212112131.11095140123621423245321.1067.50.822.59.7
3Andy High*9110.4503.4990325005126.2121614994681487245411.3238.60.643.310.6
3Rusty Tucker*860.5711.991000920059104.258282344541385174190.9885.00.353.911.9
3Shaun Ellis840.6673.25641310113130.21225347549112260125621.3138.40.353.48.4
3Ryan Fennell101.0002.575001600073.44926210651745113341.5536.
3Josh Brinkley00#DIV/0!15.003020004.29871305100272.85719.32.146.410.7
2Mike Bertotti*1970.7313.8431301510185.215985791383319630157871.3077.70.634.09.5
2Lee Sosa18100.6433.4843372000235.223611691149901911921210361.4249.00.543.87.3
2Gabe Perez1690.6403.3631310000182.2160816811790163251137931.3127.90.543.98.1
2Jackson Crowther15120.5564.1837370400228.12381161061962317230159671.3159.40.752.46.8
2Joe Orloski14130.5193.7947364400263.325412711117700123901110981.2318.70.582.44.2
2Stephen Fox1350.7223.20612012104177.11418063155511928087331.1077.20.762.89.8
2Brian Ernst13110.5423.2532300210177.31747764770016990117841.3768.80.363.68.6
2Johnny Walter1320.8672.69232303301471154644447015616075981.1027.
2Steve Fish1250.7065.5224230620150.1177979219340986096491.40610.
2Ted Serro11110.5003.8545283300201.2209106862348011411038671.2779.
2Matt Parish1150.6884.2624221000133.11507763739095121145941.42010.10.472.66.4
2Matt Loosen1160.6474.8723230100131.21567971114801024285911.55510.70.753.37.0
2Keith Cantwell960.6002.91803620033105.294443472461015094371.1228.00.602.18.6
2Trevor Marcotte950.6434.2325152000100.189574713472684174381.3598.
2Jon Lucas950.6434.0532142000100.1119664511310543054551.49910.70.992.84.9
2Kyle Greenwalt980.5294.8025250000144.316085771651011213076441.46210.
2John DeSilva910.9001.691212041085.25919164242943083350.9746.20.422.59.9
2Ben Grezlovski840.6671.7245024001073.155181402365910033001.0676.
2Ryan Pacyna840.6673.93511513000144.2152716315391784116221.3259.50.942.44.9
2Brad Whitworth*870.5334.0124212110130.1151665813371855045631.44510.40.902.65.9
2Jeff Gogal*760.5382.3183046001897.483342592711093034061.1297.70.832.510.1
2Evan DeLuca*720.7784.1983023002105.2101644910582160112174851.5118.60.865.013.7
2Mike Rohrbach*780.4674.2942206000136.41607765114758414346171.51810.60.733.15.5
2Andres Caceres*790.4386.392817200097.28687698100010610184821.9148.00.749.39.8
2Jon Kibler*7110.3896.3122220100118.41509883114508283105501.64711.40.843.46.2
2Evan Neiser*620.7503.185201500182.17841296341703033601.3648.60.663.77.7
2Bob Reichow6110.3536.0437178001122.11609382747670112165751.69511.80.523.55.2
2Mike Hartung540.5564.4879068002982.49944413305627003731.56610.80.333.36.8
2Romas Hicks550.5004.0266038001976.16939345433994053391.4728.20.595.111.7
2Johnny Hellweg540.5563.665613700205963352423029260112791.5769.60.314.614.0
2Mark Lemke520.7148.39126300035.442423333702072151922.23210.70.769.45.1
2Chris Ennico530.6254.012011200074.16638335392504073231.4178.00.614.76.1
2Christopher Vasami530.6255.641413000070.284504410310445023291.63810.
2Nate Gercken440.5002.467322200180.464302234128550113471.3067.20.344.69.5
2Seth Overbey440.5004.4145016002495727243130306052181.42910.50.552.45.5
2Fabricio Benitez360.3332.9058048002168.36328221243592073001.2748.
2Todd Meady340.4292.664602500554.25521164201362152391.3849.10.663.36.0
2A.J. Brack*330.5004.493981700276.29149384332704123591.62710.70.473.98.3
2Zach Arneson330.5004.8050014000758743405261791163311.50710.40.603.19.5
2Hunter Davis350.3753.993601300147.44826211245387122201.5199.
2Mike Pontius340.4295.365201200262.16040374451671052901.6918.70.586.59.7
2Alan Webb*360.3335.021510210059.26140335271414142591.4869.30.764.16.2
2Jose Jose*260.2502.404201300556.34718155130694132371.0667.50.802.111.0
2Scott Allan*220.5005.204501300350.26542293254421032461.79311.70.544.57.5
2Thomas Atlee250.2864.252312500278.310644375241591143541.66012.20.572.86.8
2Ryan Darcy220.5006.651945000465935347131282112091.56511.51.372.55.5
2Nick Asselin270.2227.2013130000759365608260334033371.58711.20.963.14.0
2John Kelly230.4003.9799010052.25427237250402012361.5139.
2Julio Perez130.2502.1436024001042.1431210161272021661.1649.
2James Mondesir150.1673.823261100061.258302633104150142711.4548.50.444.66.0
2Jairo Mendez010.0008.0261500010.11813903010001532.07916.
2Brady Adamek00#DIV/0!12.229030008.111111111506203513.21012.21.1116.76.7
2Johnny Bladel00#DIV/0!9.0030200135330002001141.66715.
2Dan Betteridge00#DIV/0!9.0020200021220101200101.0004.
1Dylan Brammer980.5295.0121190100113.21166863175009330124951.4669.21.354.07.4
1Mike Antonini*930.7502.8419190000117.11064637122011156154771.0768.10.921.58.8
1Kevin Gunter810.8894.31340600050.14625242281415012241.4778.30.365.07.4
1James Leverton*840.6672.3813130110877127235220642023421.0697.30.522.36.6
1Craig Bennigson*840.6673.6219190100119.2125574810270469035111.2759.40.762.03.5
1Josh Miller830.7273.76211700001101195346102807611144771.3369.70.822.36.2
1Edward Rodriguez740.6363.293901000049.24222182212407042151.2807.70.373.87.3
1Jared Locke*710.8753.67410800149.15724205131447022181.42610.40.922.48.1
1Raul Valdes*730.7002.821712131083.18233264221627023431.2528.90.432.46.7
1David Richardson740.6363.3620200000118120614455401196095321.4759.20.384.19.1
1Jeremy Callier630.6673.48246611275.17935296142413053181.2389.50.721.74.9
1Kevin Gieras620.7502.28216500167.16526173171636152831.2228.70.402.38.5
1Chad Rose610.8572.25460500156.14817141160533182341.1417.
1Craig Clark*670.4625.22151410008193554710350534023671.58010.
1Keith Bilodeau670.4624.0219190000114.2109595113490534084921.3848.
1Yasmany Hernandez*660.5003.9318170000949854419430744274141.5009.40.864.17.1
1Craig Heyer650.5456.0011110000608849406240307002871.86713.20.903.64.5
1Mat Latos540.5563.1929101710476.16629275312870093171.2757.80.593.710.3
1Jose Velez*510.8331.674009000543818103252682162241.1676.30.504.211.3
1Brandon Sisk*510.8332.15350800146.14015110161604011901.2157.
1Tom Vessella*550.5006.63209300061.19255455300486083061.99713.60.744.47.1
1Anthony Ferrara*550.5004.881511300068.27740376340363163051.62810.20.794.54.8
1Chris Weidert530.6253.4913121000678237263182452062941.49311.00.402.46.0
1Ben Thurmond520.7146.2097100042.15429295160340001931.66311.
1Julio Rodriguez510.8334.58109110047.25332241310337032271.78010.
1Stu Pomeranz560.4556.531614000073.19056538310482013311.65511.10.983.85.9
1Anthony Claggett550.5004.1011110000687339319190393142921.3539.
1Brandon Moore530.6253.671313020076.180363142126560103341.3279.50.472.57.7
1Ryan Lobban*530.6255.5819180100103.2129666410340737014711.57911.30.873.06.4
1Juan Done530.6254.431090000637442312230394012831.54010.
1Mike Moore510.8336.33107000041.24335292250363061941.6509.40.445.57.9
1Frank Eufemia510.8333.531111000056.1622322431350222271.1599.90.640.55.6
1Salvador Sanchez420.6672.4142041002541.13316113121462031691.0957.20.662.610.1
1Clay Eason410.8003.392701900829.22812112122381051251.3708.60.623.711.7
1Jason Wylie430.5716.692401800724.22718181112241031091.57010.00.374.18.9
1Jon Hand420.6674.4235014002556029274162453232401.3829.80.652.67.4
1Carlos Figueroa*430.5714.81180900026.22414142151230021171.4898.20.695.27.9
1Mike Perkins420.6674.94137500140.15330222180334141931.77111.90.454.07.4
1Jaymie Bane*440.5005.711511100066.258464264004352102911.4807.90.825.45.8
1Jayson Miller*440.5004.341110000060.1763229670380012571.38111.40.901.05.7
1Pete Hartmann*401.0001.7277020047.2341192152411021851.0386.50.382.97.8
1Vin Mazzaro340.4291.7634024001046331291102444021790.9356.
1Edgar Estanga*370.3004.313901400250.14628245211518052281.3378.30.903.89.2
1Justin Barnes320.6004.3138014000485628233201432012181.58310.50.563.88.1
1Donnie Joseph*330.5005.4935013001413835253301514051941.6598.30.666.611.2
1Jason Woodring330.5002.933601300549.23719163204323032111.1596.80.553.75.9
1Kuehl McEachern330.5004.054011100051.15328235171422032261.3709.30.883.07.4
1Kevin Fitzgerald340.4293.5527010001333220132151252001471.4248.70.554.16.8
1Danny Moskovits340.4294.57208810055.15636283320368092611.5979.10.495.25.9
1Craig Breslow*310.7504.14190400126.11913122131370031071.2266.60.694.512.8
1Dustin Birosak*360.3336.22209300065.18447459220483152941.62811.
1Kevin Ool*330.5005.42126100043.24828265130274011861.41210.
1Aaron Tressler380.2735.951616000086.2100655753206913123971.53110.40.523.37.2
1Alberto Rodriguez350.3756.211211000065.28157454320564033031.73311.20.554.47.7
1Tom Koutrouba*340.4294.8398020052.26732286182563082441.62811.
1Cory Lima340.4292.851110010060.16527191352353082701.6649.
1Wes Roemer330.5004.6599021056.153302951903310072441.2838.50.803.05.3
1Whit Mayberry301.0002.8573000022.1198726015104951.1317.70.812.46.1
1Ty Kelley230.4003.3339015000545123205101485032311.1308.50.831.78.0
1Chris Humrich210.6674.2225014001322717153182253041431.4067.60.845.17.0
1James Stokes230.4003.972841300043.14425192260447042051.6249.20.425.49.2
1Jason Dietrich201.0001.452230120023118853111380221200.9355.20.873.211.0
1Francisco Gracesqui*201.0002.602401200138.13217112240462041751.4707.60.475.710.9
1Luis Fernandez*201.0006.4630112000465934334231273022141.78311.50.784.55.3
1Justin Garza250.2863.354101100151.14723192201393012161.3118.30.353.56.9
1Adam Nikolic*201.0003.883111100037.12920160281523061711.5367.00.006.812.6
1Demetrius Banks*201.0005.412371000058.26735354350556122771.75310.40.625.48.5
1Joe Magri240.3335.68205810049.16131316241294122241.73111.
1Byron Embry230.4004.48325800358.25935296317701132691.5469.10.934.810.8
1Brandon Martin*230.4005.16290700040.14627232274414131971.82010.30.456.19.2
1Kenny Henderson*220.5004.19131700030.12917142151193101361.4628.70.604.55.7
1Zach Woods210.6673.383106001404015153110663021731.2759.00.682.514.9
1Joe Bauldree260.2503.83334500261.156372623664011052871.5068.
1Vic Black240.3334.40159500155.259332753803740122521.7579.60.826.26.0
1Isaac Gil240.3337.35214400139.25135323171233071871.73511.70.693.95.3
1Bobby Gagg201.0003.07163400035.23317124111230001431.2508.
1Josh Schwartz*220.5002.56140300028.119881132204001181.1396.10.324.26.4
1Giuseppe Granitto*240.3335.292012200073.1795043103305110033401.5329.
1Russ Herbert240.3335.27770000414629243200395001901.61010.10.664.48.6
1John LeRoy240.3333.34121101007050282623025751102891.1436.
1Mariel Checo230.4007.58990000383633328290421021761.7118.51.896.99.9
1Ryan Kulik*230.4008.9777000033.15033334160267161681.99413.
1Shawn Sanford230.4004.74660000384322204150232001691.52610.20.953.65.4
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1Dan Griffin210.6677.17149000050.26342405210469062351.67311.30.903.88.2
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1Mike Ness210.6672.5733000021196624013100871.0958.10.861.75.6
1David Filak210.6678.3744000017.218161621506506891.9199.
1John Vandemark*201.0004.2033000015147714012000621.2008.40.602.47.2
1Hector Nelo130.2502.0035032002136251382191454071581.2226.30.504.811.3
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1Robert Stock120.3332.85520150056047241914017331152621.4507.
1Jake Hale110.5002.242901100040.13616101162314011701.2978.
1Darin Grimmett120.3335.172011000133.13519195131283061471.4509.51.363.57.6
1Jason Seely120.3334.143009001374619173276206141831.97311.20.736.64.9
1Tim Sabo101.0007.5014080001827151529014012892.00013.
1Jared Brown*150.1675.21154610031.13221183181263041431.6089.30.875.27.5
1Kyle Gunderson101.0000.007060028.11000005000260.1231.
1Kyle George130.2504.77120500015.110882909101661.2586.
1Jared Thomas*110.5000.005050026.14200503001281.4755.
1Andres Santiago101.0002.5760500277421107001281.1439.
1Mike Sweeney130.2506.002314000457541304121350062231.93315.00.802.47.0
1Nick Mutz110.5000.908040001031106011000390.9002.
1Pete Perez130.2509.35124300023.13525242100224121191.94813.60.783.98.6
1Emmanuel Ramirez110.50012.277030001112151521109015562.0919.81.649.07.4
1Blas Cedeno160.1434.49127200148.16234243141373072241.58011.60.562.66.9
1Tyler Levine120.3335.6994200033.24229214131151051551.65711.
1Matt Vogel110.5003.1942200014.165508017401590.9933.
1John Duffy*110.5002.2210020008.13220527001320.9883.
1Philip Bartleski110.50010.7372200015.121181819014003781.98712.50.605.48.3
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1Sean Kramer101.00012.0080200091516122916000552.66715.
1Sean Thompson*120.3337.4065100023.13020192120132011121.81811.70.784.75.1
1Jason Foulks110.5003.0060100067721616000322.16710.51.509.09.0
1Brian Stegen110.5006.1581100016.11911110509015701.49110.
1David Anderson110.5007.8563100017.22716154708300881.97714.
1Jose Cisnero101.0003.8650100073330706001311.4293.
1Chris George101.0005.797010011417991429000611.50010.90.642.65.8
1Jorge Acosta*150.1675.3788000035.23924212150343211601.53410.00.513.88.7
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1Tom Nielsen*140.2006.97147000045.26345356361315072322.19012.
1Ricky Casteel140.2004.8355020026.134171438072041181.60911.
1Eduar Lopez130.2503.6044011025201110214092031081.3607.20.725.03.2
1Ricky Schafer120.3336.5666000030.23522226120342021401.55610.41.793.610.1
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1Eric Smith101.0002.3833000015.1144427012010631.3918.
1Jake Brooks101.0002.8453000022.2228718315301991.3518.90.413.26.1
1Jeff Shields101.0001.5011000065110203000221.1677.
1Chad Gendron101.0007.71410000716660202101382.57120.
1Tim Adleman00#DIV/0!1.46640019001049.1321280130624031950.9165.90.002.411.4
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1Matt Smith*020.0003.07230900132.22716112320290341561.8327.50.568.98.1
1Chris Keelin040.0004.372118001352219174242393021521.3145.
1Lou Wieben*00#DIV/0!5.79130800020.22416132171211031042.03010.70.897.69.4
1Mike Zenko010.0006.598070018.211661519000411.95112.
1Bobby Lucas*00#DIV/0!7.02130700014.1171611111112204761.98610.90.647.07.7
1John Quirk*030.0007.22142600116.226211338012302882.09914.41.674.46.7
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1Bryan Morgado*010.0009.0012060001112131101819103642.7279.80.0014.77.4
1Mike Francisco*00#DIV/0!6.481906000253018182110233041181.64010.80.724.08.3
1Cody Railsback00#DIV/0!5.93120600018.2161212210015102821.4297.90.994.97.4
1Pete Levitt010.0008.0270500010.1101090706100481.6838.
1Chris Chavez00#DIV/0!0.64140500314.181104014203550.8515.
1Rony Cabrera00#DIV/0!0.007050006.13000405000251.1484.
1Jeremy Hunt00#DIV/0!6.258050017.21011511118301472.91712.51.2513.810.0
1Dustin Cameron00#DIV/0!7.0711050001419111102010202601.50012.
1Horace Lawrence*00#DIV/0!3.5890500015.11676110012202721.7229.50.606.07.2
1Mike Lorentson*00#DIV/0!5.407050001012660202001441.40010.
1Jacob Wiley010.0002.55150400014.113440719103641.4188.
1Heath Altman00#DIV/0!11.1691400012.1141715011018405662.06610.
1Tim Tisch*00#DIV/0!4.355040006.28430400100341.93511.
1Matt Soren020.0006.4370300077750507103341.7149.
1Eric Beaulac020.0005.93140300018.2191212112118303891.7039.40.495.98.9
1Mike Petrowski020.0009.40130300020.13024212121151021082.09013.40.905.46.7
1Cody Strayer010.0001.735030025.27210504001292.30812.
1T.J. Wink*010.00017.756030007.11415143705202462.95817.73.808.96.3
1Nevin Brewer010.0008.8270300010.21510102605101532.05913.21.765.34.4
1Matt Pike00#DIV/0!0.0080300110.220001016100340.2941.80.000.914.1
1Kyle Hansen00#DIV/0!4.5040300243221406300221.7506.
1John Sheehan00#DIV/0!8.93100300113.111131319015202611.5277.60.696.210.3
1David Wynn*00#DIV/0!7.686030008.210770508110411.82911.
1Carlos Gomez00#DIV/0!6.87110300013.181210014110312631.6795.
1Jake Upwood*00#DIV/0!8.809030009.210990804202481.9579.
1John Mangieri030.0008.44722000162118154813101761.81311.
1Jordan Wellander010.0006.8091200017.226141346022003871.86013.
1Jon Hunton010.0008.713020003.17430301000193.22620.
1Josh Ellis00#DIV/0!2.976020009.1104304011100421.5389.
1Marc Rutledge00#DIV/0!1.8020200056110205000221.60010.
1Gerald Bautista00#DIV/0!9.002020002322000200091.50013.
1Joe Goodmann00#DIV/0!7.386020006.16551606000321.9678.91.488.98.9
1Matt Alvarez00#DIV/0!8.9280200011.118111109011402622.43214.
1Ryan Dixon00#DIV/0!11.417020007.111990807200432.67613.90.0010.18.9
1Joe D'Alessandro00#DIV/0!11.254020003.27441203111212.81319.72.815.68.4
1Tommy Murphy00#DIV/0!13.5030200048660303001242.75018.
1Nick Martin*00#DIV/0!10.007020007.211982304100361.94413.82.503.85.0
1Andy Hutchings00#DIV/0!9.0020200023221001000101.50013.54.500.04.5
1Jay LaFlair00#DIV/0!3.0031200069220102000281.66713.
1Justin Martinez00#DIV/0!10.13502000812991802104432.50013.
1Mike Van Gorder00#DIV/0!20.453020002.27550200000174.09128.
1Ed Collins040.0005.47164100036.23330220252213071741.6028.
1Chad Campbell*010.00012.123110005.26872615202302.30810.43.4610.48.7
1Pete Terrana?010.0005.3532100110.15661806000431.2874.50.897.15.3
1Stephen Spitaleri010.00010.334010006.111870312000352.29516.
1Jud Thigpen00#DIV/0!0.001010000.1000000100010.0000.
1Andy Lee*00#DIV/0!0.001010001.2100000300060.8337.
1Eric Katzman*00#DIV/0!9.001010001111000200141.0009.
1Brendon Malkowski00#DIV/0!4.393010004.16220106000201.70713.
1Benji Gil00#DIV/0!0.002010002100000200170.5004.
1Russ Handy00#DIV/0!13.5020100022430203010112.0009.
1Chris Anderson00#DIV/0!0.001010001.2300000200082.50022.
1Jace Johnson00#DIV/0!0.001010001000010100141.0000.
1Justin Trapp00#DIV/0!0.001010001000010100041.0000.
1Corey Vogt00#DIV/0!4.50110100014127708014202611.4297.
1Corey Young*00#DIV/0!27.002010001233020210194.00018.00.0018.018.0
1Tim Murphey*00#DIV/0!2.904010003.14110503002162.90311.60.0014.58.7
1Jeremy Gigliotti*00#DIV/0!6.434010004.212631105103283.09525.
1Ryan Olson*00#DIV/0!4.354010006.210430406101342.25814.
1Paul Demny00#DIV/0!5.004110007.210940607100422.22212.
1Ryan Harvey00#DIV/0!0.001010001110010100062.0009.
1Stephen Clyne00#DIV/0!18.002010001222010110173.00018.
1Dave Kennedy00#DIV/0!9.001010001111030100074.0009.00.0027.09.0
1Manny Mercado?00#DIV/0!17.422010003.15664002100151.61314.511.610.05.8
1Peter DeYoung00#DIV/0!9.0020100023320101000122.00013.
1Lance Odom00#DIV/0!18.0020100024540400011144.00018.00.0018.00.0
1Andy Walker00#DIV/0!18.001010001222120000074.00018.09.0018.00.0
1Willie Oropeza00#DIV/0!27.001010001233220000074.00018.018.0018.00.0
1Mike Peltz00#DIV/0!18.001010001222010000063.00018.
1Andy Wells00#DIV/0!0.001010001000020000042.0000.00.0018.00.0
1Lou Santucci00#DIV/0!0.001010001100000000041.0009.
1Ari Kaufman*00#DIV/0!0.001010001000010000031.0000.
1Matt Chico*040.0009.78550000233931256120131011182.21715.32.354.75.1
1Chris Allen030.0006.2344000023.13316164101110001021.86112.91.563.94.3
1Justin Jones*020.0007.83440000232724205100194001081.60910.61.963.97.4
1Edward Bou020.00019.014100007.11815150406002433.09922.
1Vance Lovelace*020.0004.0022000098440504000371.4448.
1Shawn Morgan020.0006.4960000011.114980315200521.53211.
1Juan Guzman020.00015.0022000061410102403200353.00021.
1Lendy Castillo010.0000.822200001172102017003410.8185.70.001.613.9
1Aaron Looper010.0009.0011000057550207000231.80012.60.003.612.6
1Corwin Malone*010.0007.502200007.29960807001422.36111.30.0010.08.8
1Dan Meyer*010.0002.972200009.14331705000371.2094.00.996.94.9
1Trevor Wamback010.0004.5011000066431103200271.1679.01.501.54.5
1Rick Kirsten010.00013.5032000081412120604200452.50015.
1Paul Fagan*010.0009.00330000162918164606200802.18816.
1T.J. Stanton010.0007.0622000010.2141182303001491.66712.41.762.62.6
1Chad Petty*010.0007.884300001625171441005100842.18814.
1Bryan Gaal010.00021.431100002.18550100001154.28634.
1Bryce Kartler*00#DIV/0!#DIV/0!000000000000000000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
1Daniel Rockett00#DIV/0!#DIV/0!000000000000000000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
1Jaren Matthews*00#DIV/0!#DIV/0!000000000000000000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
1Peter L'Italien00#DIV/0!#DIV/0!000000000000000000#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
1Marcos Frias00#DIV/0!4.5030000043220009001160.7506.
1Dean Green00#DIV/0!9.001000001211100210062.00018.
1Byron Batson00#DIV/0!12.0011000035441004010131.66715.
1Steve Nikorak00#DIV/0!9.0020000033331304000152.0009.
1Justin Van Grouw00#DIV/0!3.0010000033111103000121.3339.
1Dave Therneau00#DIV/0!6.0020000068740407001302.00012.
1George Isabel00#DIV/0!4.092000002.23111203000132.27312.
1Steven Shepard00#DIV/0!12.0020000031440604303182.3333.00.0018.012.0
1Tony Cuchetti00#DIV/0!6.49132000022.2311616191213141061.80212.60.413.68.5
1Rob DelPriore00#DIV/0!10.5960000010.21115121708101531.7659.70.886.27.1
1Eric Rogow00#DIV/0!0.003000004.23000303111211.4296.
1Kevin Grijak00#DIV/0!0.0010000032000001000120.6676.
1John Ruettiger*00#DIV/0!9.0010000024221100101112.50018.04.504.50.0
1Jared Boyd00#DIV/0!4.5010000021110200000101.5004.
1Carlos Triunfel00#DIV/0!450.001000000.13552300100860.000270.0180.00270.00.0
1Danny Canela00#DIV/0!0.001000001.1100020000082.7278.20.0016.40.0
1Don Carroll*00#DIV/0!0.001000001000020010062.0000.00.0018.00.0
1Ron Schreurs*00#DIV/0!#DIV/0!100000025503000025#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
1Gaetano Giunta00#DIV/0!9.001000001111100000041.0009.
1Marty Doino*00#DIV/0!9.001000001011020000042.0000.00.0018.00.0
1Tim Turner*00#DIV/0!0.001000000.2100000000035.00045.

Jackals Top 10 Career Leaders

Pitching Wins

Isaac Pavlik*100
Joel Bennett59
Aaron Myers37
Kevin Pincavitch23
A.J. Wideman*21
Mike Bertotti*19
Lee Sosa18
Paul Magrini17
Mike Vicaro16
Gabe Perez16

Innings Pitched

Isaac Pavlik*1305 1/3
Joel Bennett660
Aaron Myers543
Kevin Pincavitch334 1/3
Joe Orloski264
Paul Magrini255
Lee Sosa235 2/3
Josh Brey*234 2/3
A.J. Wideman*234 1/3
Jackson Crowther228 1/3


Isaac Pavlik*1019
Joel Bennett632
Aaron Myers418
Kevin Pincavitch279
Mike Bertotti*196
Stephen Fox192
Lee Sosa191
Paul Magrini185
Mike Vicaro178
Jackson Crowther172


Rusty Tucker*59
Keith Cantwell33
Mike Hartung29
Salvador Sanchez25
Fabricio Benitez21
Hector Nelo21
Johnny Hellweg20
Romas Hicks19
Jeff Gogal*18
Fernando Cruz12

Anniversary Teams

NJ Jackals5th Anniversary Team
1st Base:D.C. Olsen (1998-1999)
2nd Base:Essex Burton (1999)
3rd Base:Ryan Kane (2001-2002)
Shortstop:Saul Bustos (1998)
Catcher:Mike Church (2001)
Designated Hitter:David Kennedy (2001-2002)
Outfielders:Trey Beamon (2001)
Carmine Cappuccio (1999)
Pete Rose, Jr. (1998-1999)
Starting Pitchers:Joel Bennett (2001-2002)
Mike Bertotti (2001-2002)
Steve Fish (2001-2002)
Paul Magrini (1998-2000)
Kevin Pincavitch (1998-2001)
Relief Pitchers:Jon Hand (2001)
Mike Hartung (1998-1999)
Andy High (1998-2000)
Todd Meady (2001-2002)
Matt Wagner (2001)
10th Anniversary TeamNJ Jackals10th Anniversary 2nd Team
D.C. Olsen (1998-1999)1st BaseDave Callahan 2002
Craig Conway (2001-2005)2nd BaseEssex Burton 1999
Ryan Kane (2001-2002)3rd BaseWilton Veras 2004
Chas Terni (2001-2002)ShortstopChris Rowan 2003-2005
Mike Church (2001)CatcherJosh Brinkley 1998-2000
David Kennedy (2001-2002)Designated HitterJohn Lindsey 2005-2006
Travis Bailey (2002-2003)OutfieldersAaron Fera 2001
Carmine Cappuccio (1999)Trey Beamon 2001
Zack Smithlin (2004-2007)Billy Rich 2002
Joel Bennett (2001-2007)Starting PitchersJackson Crowther 2003-2004
Mike Bertotti (2001-2002)Josh Brey 2005-2007
Steve Fish (2001-2002)Trevor Marcotte 2003-2004
Aaron Myers (2002-2006)Paul Magrini 1998-2000
Kevin Pincavitch (1998-2001)Isaac Pavlik 2005-2007
Mike Hartung (1998-1999)Relief PitchersRyan Halla 2002
Ben Grezlovski (2003-2004)Scott Allan 2001-2002
Matt Wagner (2001)Jon Hand 2001
Andy High (1998-2000)Todd Meady 2001-2002
Julio Perez (2003, 2005)Fabricio Benitez 2004-2005
Kevin Grijak (2003-2004)UtilityJohn Anderson 2003-2004
George Tsamis (2001-2002)ManagerJoe Calfapietra 2003-2007

In Memoriam

Joshua Ryan Brinkley

Jackals: Third Baseman, Catcher, Outfielder 1998-2000

Born: August 5, 1973 in Kinston, NC

Died: October 16, 2003 (Age 30)

Joseph Derek Bauldree

Jackals: Pitcher 2000

Born: March 23, 1977 in Tallahassee, FL

Died: May 29, 2002 (Age 25) in Allentown, PA

John Michael LeRoy

Jackals: Pitcher 2000

Born: April 19, 1975 in Bellevue, WA

Died: June 25, 2001 (Age 26) in Sioux City, IA

Jacinto Hernández Zulueta


Jackals: Coach 2001-2002

Born: September 11, 1940 in Central Tinguaro, Perico, Cuba

Died: October 12, 2019 (age 79) in Miami, FL


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Elmira Pioneers
Northeast League Champions
New Jersey Jackals

Succeeded by
Brockton Rox
Preceded by
Adirondack Lumberjacks
Northern League Champions
New Jersey Jackals

2001 – 2002
Succeeded by
Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks
Preceded by
Brockton Rox
Northeast League Champions
New Jersey Jackals

Succeeded by
Worcester Tornadoes
2005 Can-Am
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