2003 Casper Rockies Roster

Pioneer League (PL) - Class: R
Team Record: 28-48
3rd in the PL's South Division
Manager: P. J. Carey (28-48)
Affiliation: Colorado Rockies
Location: Casper, Wyoming
Ballpark: Mike Lansing Field
Attendance: 51,427, Avg. 1,390 in 37 home dates
2003 Casper Rockies Statistics

The Casper Rockies of the Pioneer League ended the 2003 season with a record of 28 wins and 48 losses, third in the league's South Division.

The Rockies tallied 389 runs and surrendered 513 runs, most in the league. Casey Fuller paced Casper with 12 home runs Ian Stewart and Casey Fuller each recorded 43 runs batted in. Ian Stewart led hitters with significant playing time by hitting .317. Jeff Watchko topped the team with 5 wins, while Alberto Arias recorded a 3.58 ERA, leading hurlers with significant time on the mound.

Players from the 2003 Casper Rockies who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Alberto Arias, Jonathan Herrera, Juan Morillo, Ian Stewart and Pedro Strop.

P. J. Carey served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Alberto AriasRROctober 14, 19835'11"155Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
John RestrepoLLJuly 27, 19826'1"185Santa Ana, CA US
Gene ReynoldsRRDecember 29, 19805'10"165Tampa, FL US
Kenny RileyRRApril 15, 19806'2"200Reno, NV US
Nelson RobledoRRJune 13, 19846'1"180Panama, Panama PA
Larry RoblesRROctober 29, 19806'2"205San Pedro, CA US
Doug SilvaRRFebruary 7, 19816'0"190Walnut Creek, CA US
Ian StewartLRApril 5, 19856'3"215Long Beach, CA US
Pedro StropRRJune 13, 19856'1"220San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
Francisco TejedaRRDecember 19, 19806'1"150Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Daniel UnderwoodRRMarch 4, 19816'1"200Bedford, IN US
Angel ValdezRRAugust 2, 19846'0"145La Romana, La Romana DO
Jose ValdezLRSeptember 6, 19836'1"152La Vega, La Vega DO
Jose VasquezLLDecember 28, 19826'3"220Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Jeff WatchkoRRNovember 7, 19806'3"195Atlanta, GA US
Mike WileyLLJanuary 27, 19816'1"190Newnan, GA US
Florentino NunezSRMarch 23, 19846'0"164Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Juan MosquedaRRFebruary 25, 19825'10"160Guarenas, Miranda VE
Scott BeererRRJuly 4, 19826'1"200Anaheim, CA US
Adam BrightLLAugust 11, 19845'11"175Melbourne, Victoria AU
Matt BrinsonLLSeptember 9, 19806'5"230Jackson, MS US
Jason DiangeloRRSeptember 9, 19806'1"200Pittsburgh, PA US
Casey FullerLLFebruary 9, 19796'6"215Clovis, CA US
Stephen GhutzmanSRDecember 2, 19806'0"210Spring, TX US
Carlos GuzmanRRMay 7, 19836'1"170San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Paul HarrelsonRRJuly 14, 19816'2"185Spartanburg, SC US
Jonathan HerreraSRNovember 3, 19845'9"180Maracaibo, Zulia VE
Mark IonRRJanuary 8, 19816'2"220Vancouver, BC CA
Joshua KerschenRRNovember 21, 19816'4"180Wichita, KS US
Josh MerinoRRJuly 31, 19826'6"205Honolulu, HI US
Darric MerrellRRJanuary 22, 19826'4"210Torrance, CA US
Jay MitchellRRJanuary 5, 19836'7"205Baton Rouge, LA US
Juan MorilloRRNovember 5, 19836'1"190San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Neil WilsonRRDecember 7, 19836'1"190Covington, KY 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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