2004 Daytona Cubs Roster

Florida State League (FSL) - Class: Advanced A
Team Record: 70-56
2nd in the FSL's East Division
Manager: Steve McFarland (70-56)
Affiliation: Chicago Cubs
Location: Daytona Beach, Florida
Ballpark: Jackie Robinson Stadium
Attendance: 110,223, Avg. 2,004 in 55 home dates
2004 Daytona Cubs Statistics

Playoffs - Daytona Cubs 2 games, Vero Beach Dodgers 0

The Daytona Cubs of the Florida State League ended the 2004 season with a record of 70 wins and 56 losses, second in the league's East Division.

The Cubs scored 594 runs and conceded 568 runs. Brandon Sing walloped 32 home runs for Daytona and drove in 94 runs. Felix Pie topped hitters with significant playing time with a .297 average. Jon Connolly paced the team with 9 wins and a team-best 2.4 ERA, tops among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Players from the 2004 Daytona Cubs who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Rocky Cherry, Buck Coats, Adam Greenberg, Ricky Gutierrez, Angel Guzman, Rich Hill, Casey McGehee, Luis Montanez, Matt Murton, Ryan O'Malley, Rey Ordˇ˝ez, Felix Pie, Jose Reyes, Andy Sisco and Ryan Theriot.

Steve McFarland served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Jason WylieRRMay 27, 19816'5"220Provo, UT US
Sean OverholtRRMay 20, 19826'1"195Salt Lake City, UT US
Rey Ord├│├▒ezRRJanuary 11, 19715'9"160La Habana, La Habana CU
Ryan O'MalleyRLApril 9, 19806'1"205Springfield, IL US
Matt MurtonRROctober 3, 19816'1"220Fort Lauderdale, FL US
Chris MowdayRRAugust 24, 19816'4"221Brisbane, Queensland AU
Luis MontanezRRDecember 15, 19816'1"195Bayamon, PR
Nathan MitchellRRMay 2, 19806'0"200Houston, TX US
Lukas McKnightLRFebruary 19, 19806'0"190Libertyville, IL US
Felix PieLLFebruary 8, 19856'2"190La Romana, La Romana DO
Robert RansomRRAugust 25, 19816'3"225Atlanta, GA US
Jose ReyesSRFebruary 26, 19835'11"180Barahona, Barahona DO
Carlos VasquezLLDecember 6, 19826'3"230Sucre, VE
Ryan TheriotRRDecember 7, 19795'11"185Baton Rouge, LA US
Anderson TavaresRRFebruary 14, 19826'1"165Santiago, Santiago DO
Jemel SpearmanRRDecember 27, 19806'0"190Atlanta, GA US
Andy SiscoLLJanuary 13, 19836'10"270Steamboat Springs, CO US
Brandon SingRRMarch 13, 19816'5"215Joliet, IL US
Andy ShipmanRRDecember 10, 19816'3"185Warrensburg, MO US
Issmael SalasRRJuly 25, 19825'9"200Tijuana, Baja California MX
Casey McGeheeRROctober 12, 19826'1"220Santa Cruz, CA US
Nick MartinLLMarch 5, 19806'3"190Houston, TX US
Craig GreenRRNovember 8, 19816'3"210Bakersfield, CA US
Jordan GerkLLJuly 6, 19796'1"180Kelowna, BC CA
Jon ConnollyRLAugust 24, 19836'0"205Oneonta, NY US
Buck CoatsLRJune 9, 19826'3"200Fort Benning, GA US
Rocky CherryRRAugust 19, 19796'5"225Dallas, TX US
Keith ButlerRRAugust 11, 19805'10"180Miami, FL US
Jared BlasdellRRMay 14, 19796'3"185Las Vegas, NV US
Federico BaezRRAugust 4, 19816'2"190Bayamon, PR
Adam GreenbergLLFebruary 21, 19815'9"180New Haven, CT US
Ricky GutierrezRRMay 23, 19706'1"175Miami, FL US
Angel GuzmanRRDecember 14, 19816'3"190Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Uriak MarquezSRAugust 17, 19836'0"195Puerto La Cruz, Anzoategui VE
Yoon-Min KweonRRJanuary 22, 19796'2"210Inchon, KR
Ferenc JongejanLLOctober 20, 19786'2"170Hoorn, NL
Nick JonesRRMarch 29, 19826'1"185Roanoke, VA US
J. J. JohnsonRRNovember 3, 19816'2"195Evans, GA US
Nic JacksonLRSeptember 25, 19796'3"225Richmond, VA US
Donnie HoodRRDecember 30, 19786'1"180Reynoldsburg, OH US
Rich HillLLMarch 11, 19806'5"220Boston, MA US
Thomas AtleeRRAugust 6, 19795'10"200Houston, TX 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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