2003 Bridgeport Bluefish Roster

Atlantic League (AL) - Independent
Team Record: 73-53
Finished 1st in the AL's North Division
Manager: Jose Lind (73-53)
Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut
Ballpark: The Ballpark at Harbor Yard
Attendance: 231,407, Avg. 3,403 in 68 home dates
2003 Bridgeport Bluefish Statistics

Playoffs - Nashua Pride 2 games, Bridgeport Bluefish 1

The Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League ended the 2003 season with a record of 73 wins and 53 losses, finishing first in the league's North Division.

The Bluefish scored 560 runs and allowed 541 runs. Willis Otanez led Bridgeport with 22 home runs and drove in 79 runs. Rolo Avila paced all regular batters by connecting at a .329 clip. T. J. Mathews topped the squad with 11 wins, while Brad Cornett recorded a 3.04 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Players from the 2003 Bridgeport Bluefish who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Jose Offerman, T. J. Mathews, Oreste Marrero, Javier Martinez, Tony Rodriguez, Will Pennyfeather, Mark Brownson, Willis Otanez, Scott Forster, Rod Lindsey, Brady Raggio, Bobby Chouinard, Brad Cornett, Angel Miranda and Cesar Devarez.

Jose Lind served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Rich AlmanzarRRApril 3, 19765'10"165San Francisco de Macoris, Duarte DO
Jose AmadoRRFebruary 7, 19756'1"178San Cristobal, Tachira VE
Rolo AvilaRRAugust 10, 19735'8"170Torrance, CA US
Jeremy BoothRRAugust 31, 19766'5"235Los Angeles, CA US
Mark BrownsonLRJune 17, 19756'2"175Lake Worth, FL US
Tim CainSROctober 9, 19696'1"180Springfield, MA US
Ben CandelariaLRJanuary 29, 19756'0"167Philadelphia, PA US
Bobby ChouinardRRMay 1, 19726'1"195Manila, PH
Brad CornettRRFebruary 4, 19696'3"190Lamesa, TX US
Keith DavisRRNovember 1, 19726'2"210Thibodaux, LA US
Cesar DevarezRRSeptember 22, 19695'10"175San Francisco de Macoris, Duarte DO
Angel EspadaRRAugust 15, 19755'9"155Passaic, NJ US
Scott ForsterRLOctober 27, 19716'1"194Philadelphia, PA US
Mike GuilfoyleLLApril 29, 19685'11"185Jersey City, NJ US
Kevin HenthorneSRDecember 9, 19696'2"185Phoenix, AZ US
Terry HillLLOctober 17, 19755'10"179New Orleans, LA US
Masaru ImazekiLRFebruary 9, 19716'2"206Yokosuka, Kanagawa JP
Dee JenkinsLRJune 28, 19735'9"175Columbia, SC US
Hector KuilanRRApril 3, 19765'11"190Hato Rey, PR
Rod LindseyRRJanuary 28, 19765'8"175Opelika, AL US
Alex LontayoLLDecember 12, 19756'1"190Colorado Springs, CO US
Jeff LoveRRNovember 25, 19736'1"190New Haven, CT US
John MangieriRRSeptember 24, 19766'2"200Howard Beach, NY US
Oreste MarreroLLOctober 31, 19696'0"195Bayamon, PR
Javier MartinezRRFebruary 5, 19776'2"210Bayamon, PR
T. J. MathewsRRJanuary 9, 19706'2"200Belleville, IL US
Angel MirandaLLNovember 9, 19696'1"160Arecibo, PR
Tony MotaSROctober 31, 19776'1"170Glendale, CA US
Jose OffermanSRNovember 8, 19686'0"150San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Willis OtanezRRApril 19, 19736'1"200Vega Baja, PR
Will PennyfeatherRRMay 25, 19686'2"195Perth Amboy, NJ US
Brady RaggioRRSeptember 17, 19726'4"210Los Angeles, CA US
Tony RodriguezRRAugust 15, 19705'11"165Rio Piedras, PR
Terry RosenkranzLLNovember 5, 19706'4"205Chicago, IL US
Wellington SanchezRRMay 27, 19776'0"162Nigua, DO
Mel WearingRRApril 19, 19676'3"230New Haven, CT US

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.

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