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Controlling Destiny[edit]

Conf Games ACC-8*, Big 12-9, Big East-7, Big Ten-8*, CUSA-8*, MAC-8*, MTN-7, Pac 12-9*, SEC-8*, Sun Belt-8, WAC-7 x-Currently do not control destiny, xx-Eliminated from controlling destiny

ACC - CLEM, WAKE, FSUx, NCSTx / VT, GT, VIRGx, MIAx, NCxx, DUKExx Big 12 - OKST, OKLA, KSTx, TEXx, TAMUxx?, BAYxx? Big East - CIN, LOUx, RUTx, WVx, PITx, CONx, SYRx, USFx Big Ten - MICHST, MICHx, NEBx, IOWx, NWx, MINNxx / PENNST, OSUx, WISCx, ILLxx, PURxx CUSA - SOMISS, ECUx, MARSx, UCFx, MEMx / HOU, TULS, SMUx MAC - OHIO, MIA, TEMx, KSUx, BUFFx, BGx, AKRxx / NIU, TOLx, BALL, EMICHx, WMICHx, CMICHxx MTN - TCU, BSU, WYOx, SDSUx, UNLVx, CSUx, AFAx Pac 12 - STA, ORE, WASxx / xUSCx, ASUx, UCLA, UTAHx SEC - GEO, SCx / LSU, ALAx, ARKx, AUBxx Sun Belt - ARKST, ULL, WKUx WAC - NEV, LTECH, HAWx, FRESx, SJSTx, UTSTx, NMSTx


High-scoring offense[edit]

The Houston Cougars have established a reputation of being one of the most prolific scoring teams in college football.

Here follows a chart that identifies the Cougars top three highest scoring games per season since 1960:

Recent history against BCS conference teams[edit]

Here follows recent results of Houston Cougars matchups against teams in the the six BCS conferences that receive automatic bids into the Bowl Championship Series:

Atlantic Coast Conference
Date Opponent Result Location
September 30, 2006 Miami (FL) L 13-14 Miami, FL
September 23, 2004 Miami (FL) L 13-38 Houston, TX
October 16, 1999 North Carolina W 20-12 Chapel Hill, NC
October 26, 1996 North Carolina L 14-42 Houston, TX
September 12, 1991 Miami (FL) L 10-40 Miami, FL
January 1, 1985 Boston College L 28-45 Cotton Bowl
Big 12 Conference
Date Opponent Result Location
September 26, 2009 Texas Tech W 29-28 Houston, TX
September 12, 2009 Oklahoma State W 45-35 Stillwater, OK
September 6, 2008 Oklahoma State L 37-56 Stillwater, OK
September 23, 2006 Oklahoma State W 34-25 Houston, TX
December 23, 2005 Kansas L 13-42 Fort Worth Bowl
September 11, 2004 Oklahoma L 13-63 Norman, OK
Big East Conference
Date Opponent Result Location
November 20, 2004 Louisville L 27-65 Houston, TX
November 22, 2003 Louisville L 45-66 Louisville, KY
November 30, 2002 Louisville W 27-10 Houston, TX
November 23, 2002 South Florida L 14-32 Houston, TX
November 16, 2002 Cincinnati L 14-47 Cincinnati, OH
November 10, 2001 Louisville L 10-34 Louisville, KY
Big Ten Conference
Date Opponent Result Location
September 6, 2003 Michigan L 3-50 Ann Arbor, MI
September 12, 1998 Minnesota L 7-14 Houston, TX
September 27, 1997 Minnesota W 45-43 Minneapolis, MN
September 24, 1994 Ohio State L 0-52 Columbus, OH
September 25, 1993 Michigan L 21-42 Ann Arbor, MI
September 26, 1992 Michigan L 7-61 Ann Arbor, MI
Pacific-10 Conference
Date Opponent Result Location
September 1, 2007 Oregon L 27-48 Eugene, OR
September 1, 2005 Oregon L 24-38 Houston, TX
September 19, 1998 UCLA L 24-42 Houston, TX
September 5, 1998 California L 10-14 Berkeley, CA
October 4, 1997 UCLA L 10-66 Pasadena, CA
September 6, 1997 California L 3-35 Houston, TX
Southeastern Conference
Date Opponent Result Location
October 10, 2009 Mississippi State W 31-24 Starkville, MS
October 6, 2007 Alabama L 24-30 Tuscaloosa, AL
December 29, 2006 South Carolina L 36-44 Liberty Bowl
October 22, 2005 Mississippi State W 28-16 Starkville, MS
September 20, 2003 Mississippi State W 42-35 Houston, TX
December 1, 2001 Georgia L 7-35 Athens, GA


Game seven (NBA)[edit]

  • Game 7 (NBA)
  • List of National Basketball Association game seven's
  • List of NBA game sevens
  • Game seven (NBA)
  • Game seven (NBA playoffs)

In the NBA Playoffs, 15 total best-of-seven series are played (eight comprise round one; four comprise round two; two comprise round three; and one comprise the NBA Finals to determine the NBA Champion). Today, sixteen total teams take part in the playoffs. When a team is defeated (by losing 4 games either consecutively or non-consecutively) in a best-of-seven series, that team is eliminated from the playoffs. Although several game sevens can be played in each years playoffs, some playoff seasons may never see a game seven (e.g. 1949, 1950, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1967, 1972, 1983, 1985, 1989, 1991, and 1999).

With that in mind, only about 20% of best-of-seven series in the NBA ever reach the full seven games. Whether or not a game seven is necessary can never be known until the outcome of game six is determined. In other words, game seven of a series is the only game in a best-of-seven series that can never be guaranteed in advance. Game seven is historically played in the arena of the team holding home-court advantage for the series.

Below is a list of all best-of-seven series results in the NBA playoffs. Franchise appearing in its first game seven is identified with a "1; home team in bold.

Game 7 home team is bolded

Year Playoff round Series winner Series loser
1948 Semifinals Philadelphia Warriors1 St. Louis Bombers1
1951 Finals Rockester Royals1 New York Knicks1
1952 Finals Minneapolis Lakers1 New York Knicks
1954 Finals Minneapolis Lakers Syracuse Nationals1
1955 Finals Syracuse Nationals Fort Wayne Pistons1
1957 Finals Boston Celtics1 St. Louis Hawks1
1959 Division Finals Boston Celtics Syracuse Nationals
1960 Division Finals St. Louis Hawks Minneapolis Lakers
1960 Finals Boston Celtics St. Louis Hawks
1961 Division Finals St. Louis Hawks Los Angeles Lakers
1962 Division Finals Boston Celtics Philadelphia Warriors
1962 Finals Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1963 Division Finals Boston Celtics Cincinnati Royals
1963 Division Finals Los Angeles Lakers St. Louis Hawks
1964 Division Finals San Francisco Warriors St. Louis Hawks
1965 Division Finals Boston Celtics Philadelphia 76ers
1966 Division Finals Los Angeles Lakers St. Louis Hawks
1966 Finals Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1968 Division Finals Boston Celtics Philadelphia 76ers
1969 Finals Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1970 Division Semifinals New York Knicks Baltimore Bullets1
1970 Division Semifinals Los Angeles Lakers Phoenix Suns1
1970 Finals New York Knicks Los Angeles Lakers
1971 Conference Semifinals Baltimore Bullets Philadelphia 76ers
1971 Conference Semifinals Los Angeles Lakers Chicago Bulls1
1971 Conference Finals Baltimore Bullets New York Knicks
1973 Conference Semifinals Los Angeles Lakers Chicago Bulls
1973 Conference Finals New York Knicks Boston Celtics
1974 Conference Semifinals New York Knicks Capital Bullets
1974 Conference Semifinals Chicago Bulls Detroit Pistons
1974 Finals Boston Celtics Milwaukee Bucks1
1975 Conference Semifinals Washington Bullets Buffalo Braves1
1975 Conference Finals Golden State Warriors Chicago Bulls
1976 Conference Semifinals Cleveland Cavaliers1 Washington Bullets
1976 Conference Finals Phoenix Suns Golden State Warriors
1977 Conference Semifinals Philadelphia 76ers Boston Celtics
1977 Conference Semifinals Los Angeles Lakers Golden State Warriors
1978 Conference Semifinals Denver Nuggets1 Milwaukee Bucks
1978 Finals Washington Bullets Seattle SuperSonics1
1979 Conference Semifinals Washington Bullets Atlanta Hawks
1979 Conference Semifinals San Antonio Spurs1 Philadelphia 76ers
1979 Conference Finals Washington Bullets San Antonio Spurs
1979 Conference Finals Seattle SuperSonics Phoenix Suns
1980 Conference Semifinals Seattle SuperSonics Milwaukee Bucks
1981 Conference Semifinals Philadelphia 76ers Milwaukee Bucks
1981 Conference Semifinals Houston Rockets1 San Antonio Spurs
1981 Conference Semifinals Kansas City Kings Phoenix Suns
1981 Conference Finals Boston Celtics Philadelphia 76ers
1982 Conference Finals Philadelphia 76ers Boston Celtics
1984 Conference Semifinals Boston Celtics New York Knicks
1984 Finals Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
1986 Conference Semifinals Milwaukee Bucks Philadelphia 76ers
1987 Conference Semifinals Boston Celtics Milwaukee Bucks
1987 Conference Finals Boston Celtics Detroit Pistons
1988 Conference Semifinals Boston Celtics Atlanta Hawks
1988 Conference Semifinals Los Angeles Lakers Utah Jazz1
1988 Conference Finals Los Angeles Lakers Dallas Mavericks1
1988 Finals Los Angeles Lakers Detroit Pistons
1990 Conference Semifinals Portland Trail Blazers1 San Antonio Spurs
1990 Conference Finals Detroit Pistons Chicago Bulls
1992 Conference Semifinals Chicago Bulls New York Knicks
1992 Conference Semifinals Cleveland Cavaliers Boston Celtics
1993 Conference Semifinals Seattle SuperSonics Houston Rockets
1993 Conference Finals Phoenix Suns Seattle SuperSonics
1994 Conference Semifinals New York Knicks Chicago Bulls
1994 Conference Semifinals Houston Rockets Phoenix Suns
1994 Conference Semifinals Utah Jazz Denver Nuggets
1994 Conference Finals New York Knicks Indiana Pacers1
1994 Finals Houston Rockets New York Knicks
1995 Conference Semifinals Houston Rockets Phoenix Suns
1995 Conference Semifinals Indiana Pacers New York Knicks
1995 Conference Finals Orlando Magic1 Indiana Pacers
1996 Conference Finals Seattle SuperSonics Utah Jazz
1997 Conference Semifinals Houston Rockets Seattle SuperSonics
1997 Conference Semifinals Miami Heat1 New York Knicks
1998 Conference Finals Chicago Bulls Indiana Pacers
2000 Conference Semifinals New York Knicks Miami Heat
2000 Conference Finals Los Angeles Lakers Portland Trail Blazers
2001 Conference Semifinals Philadelphia 76ers Toronto Raptors1
2001 Conference Semifinals Milwaukee Bucks Charlotte Hornets1
2001 Conference Finals Philadelphia 76ers Milwauke Bucks
2002 Conference Finals Los Angeles Lakers Sacramento Kings
2003 Conference Quarterfinals Dallas Mavericks Portland Trail Blazers
2003 Conference Quarterfinals Detroit Pistons Orlando Magic
2003 Conference Semifinals Dallas Mavericks Sacramento Kings
2004 Conference Quarterfinals Miami Heat New Orleans Hornets
2004 Conference Semifinals Minnesota Timberwolves1 Sacramento Kings
2004 Conference Semifinals Detroit Pistons New Jersey Nets1
2005 Conference Quarterfinals Indiana Pacers Boston Celtics
2005 Conference Quarterfinals Dallas Mavericks Houston Rockets
2005 Conference Finals Detroit Pistons Miami Heat
2005 Finals San Antonio Spurs Detroit Pistons
2006 Conference Quarterfinals Phoenix Suns Los Angeles Lakers
2006 Conference Semifinals Detroit Pistons Cleveland Cavaliers
2006 Conference Semifinals Dallas Mavericks San Antonio Spurs
2006 Conference Semifinals Phoenix Suns Los Angeles Clippers
2007 Conference Quarterfinals Utah Jazz Houston Rockets

1: Denotes first game 7 in franchise history

Golden State Warriors (St. Louis Bombers) Sacramento Kings New York Knicks Los Angeles Lakers Philadelphia 76ers Detroit Pistons Boston Celtics Atlanta Hawks Washington Wizards Phoenix Suns Chicago Bulls Milwaukee Bucks Los Angeles Clippers Cleveland Cavaliers Denver Nuggets Seattle SuperSonics San Antonio Spurs Houston Rockets Utah Jazz Dallas Mavericks Portland Trail Blazers Indiana Pacers Orlando Magic Miami Heat Toronto Raptors New Orleans Hornets Minnesota Timberwolves New Jersey Nets


Charlotte Bobcats Memphis Grizzlies

1948 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1951 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1952 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1954 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1955 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1957 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1959 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated St. Louis Hawks 4-3 in NBA Finals

1960 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • St. Louis Hawks defeated Minneapolis Lakers 4-3
  • Boston Celtics defeated St. Louis Hawks 4-3 in NBA Finals

1961 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • St. Louis Hawks defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-3

1962 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated Philadelphia Warriors 4-3
  • Boston Celtics defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 in NBA Finals

1963 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated Cincinnati Royals 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated St. Louis Hawks 4-3

1964 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • San Francisco Warriors defeated St. Louis Hawks 4-3

1965 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated Philadelphia 76ers 4-3

1966 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated St. Louis Hawks 4-3
  • Boston Celtics defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 in NBA Finals

1968 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated Philadelphia 76ers 4-3

1969 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 in NBA Finals

1970 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • New York Knicks defeated Baltimore Bullets 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Phoenix Suns 4-3
  • New York Knicks defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 in NBA Finals

1971 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Baltimore Bullets defeated Philadelphia 76ers 4-3
  • Baltimore Bullets defeated New York Knicks 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Chicago Bulls 4-3

1973 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • New York Knicks defeated Boston Celtics 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Chicago Bulls 4-3

1974 NBA playoffs[edit]

1975 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Washington Bullets defeated Buffalo Braves 4-3
  • Golden State Warriors defeated Chicago Bulls 4-3

1976 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Cleveland Cavaliers defeated Washington Bullets 4-3
  • Phoenix Suns defeated Golden State Warriors 4-3

1977 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Philadelphia 76ers defeated Boston Celtics 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Golden State Warriors 4-3

1978 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1979 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Washington Bullets defeated Atlanta Hawks 4-3
  • San Antonio Spurs defeated Philadelphia 76ers 4-3
  • Washington Bullets defeated San Antonio Spurs 4-3
  • Seattle SuperSonics defeated Phoenix Suns 4-3

1980 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Seattle SuperSonics defeated Milwaukee Bucks 4-3

1981 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Philadelphia 76ers defeated Milwaukee Bucks 4-3
  • Boston Celtics defeated Philadelphia 76ers 4-3
  • Kansas City Kings defeated Phoenix Suns 4-3
  • Houston Rockets defeated San Antonio Spurs 4-3

1982 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Philadelphia 76ers defeated Boston Celtics 4-3

1984 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated New York Knicks 4-3
  • Boston Celtics defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-3 in NBA Finals

1986 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Milwaukee Bucks defeated Philadelphia 76ers 4-3

1987 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated Milwaukee Bucks 4-3
  • Boston Celtics defeated Detroit Pistons 4-3

1988 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Boston Celtics defeated Atlanta Hawks 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Utah Jazz 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Dallas Mavericks 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Detroit Pistons 4-3 in NBA Finals

1990 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1992 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Chicago Bulls defeated New York Knicks 4-3
  • Cleveland Cavaliers defeated Boston Celtics 4-3

1993 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Seattle SuperSonics defeated Houston Rockets 4-3
  • Phoenix Suns defeated Seattle SuperSonics 4-3

1994 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • New York Knicks defeated Chicago Bulls 4-3
  • New York Knicks defeated Indiana Pacers 4-3
  • Houston Rockets defeated Phoenix Suns 4-3
  • Utah Jazz defeated Denver Nuggets 4-3
  • Houston Rockets defeated New York Knicks 4-3 in NBA Finals

1995 NBA Playoffs[edit]

1996 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Seattle SuperSonics defeated Utah Jazz 4-3

1997 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Houston Rockets defeated Seattle SuperSonics 4-3
  • Miami Heat defeated New York Knicks 4-3

1998 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Chicago Bulls defeated Indiana Pacers 4-3

2000 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • New York Knicks defeated Miami Heat 4-3
  • Los Angeles Lakers defeated Portland TrailBlazers 4-3

2001 NBA Playoffs[edit]

2002 NBA Playoffs[edit]

2003 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Dallas Mavericks defeated Portland TrailBlazers 4-3
  • Detroit Pistons defeated Orlando Magic 4-3
  • Dallas Mavericks defeated Sacramento Kings 4-3

2004 NBA Playoffs[edit]

2005 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Indiana Pacers defeated Boston Celtics 4-3
  • Dallas Mavericks defeated Houston Rockets 4-3
  • Detroit Pistons defeated Miami Heat 4-3
  • San Antonio Spurs defeated Detroit Pistons 4-3 in NBA Finals

2006 NBA Playoffs[edit]

  • Phoenix Suns defeated Los Angeles Lakers 4-3
  • Detroit Pistons defeated Cleveland Cavaliers 4-3
  • Dallas Mavericks defeated San Antonio Sprus 4-3
  • Phoenix Suns defeated Los Angeles Clippers 4-3

Most common game seven matchup Most game seven appearences Current teams with no game seven appearences Best winning percentage in game seven Worst

Most game seven appearances 1940s-1950 2 Boston Celtics, Minneapolis Lakers, New York Knicks, St. Louis Hawks, Syracuse Nationals 1960s 8 Boston Celtics, 6 Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers, St Louis Hawks 1970s 7 Baltimore/Washington Bullets, 5 New York Knicks 1980s 7 Boston Celtics, 3 Los Angeles Lakers 1990s 6 New York Knicks 2000s 4 Dallas Mavericks


See Also[edit]

This is a list of nicknames in the sport of professional basketball.[edit]

Players[edit]

First name basis[edit]

The following players are usually referred to by their given name only:

Teams[edit]

Courts[edit]

Moves[edit]

See also[edit]

[Category:Nicknames|Basketball nicknames]]


To Do[edit]

NBA players[edit]

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  • 1-hit wonders, all Suns, all Blazers, all Cavaliers, all Houston Cougars, Stacey Augmons missing mates, all Tri-Cities Hawks, John Hazen's missing mates, Patrick Eddie's missing mates, all y's, i's, u's, and z's.

List of National Basketball Association public address announcers[edit]

A list of National Basketball Association public address announcers. Current public address announcers in bold.



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Southeast Division[edit]

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Tony Stockman[edit]

Tony "Boom" Stockman (born July 10, 1981 in Medina, Ohio) is an American professional basketball player.

Currently playing in ---, Stockman also played professionaly in France with Nantes after graduating from The Ohio State University.


In 1999, Stockman was named Mr. Ohio Basketball in his fourth season as a varsity member of the Medina High School basketball team. ...Then Clemson, then OSU

Siblings:

External links[edit]

Stockman, Tony Stockman, Tony Stockman, Tony


Akron Aeros[edit]

Current Roster[edit]

As of August 25, 2006

Pitchers
Number Player Throws DOB Place of Birth
6 United States Bubbie Buzachero R 6/13/81 Livingston, Tennessee
11 United States Bear Bay R 8/7/83 Houston, Texas
24 United States Tony Sipp L 6/12/83 Pascagoula, Mississippi
28 United States Adam Miller R 11/26/84 Plano, Texas
29 United States Sean Smith R 10/13/83 Concord, California
30 United States Aaron Laffey L 4/15/85 Cumberland, Maryland
37 United States Reid Santos L 8/24/82 Kaneohe, Hawaii
38 United States Nick Pesco R 9/17/83 Berkeley, California
39 United States Dan Denham R 12/24/82 Antioch, California
40 United States Travis Foley R 3/11/83 Louisville, Kentucky
41 United States Jim Ed Warden R 5/7/79 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
47 United States Jensen Lewis R 5/16/84 Cincinnati, Ohio
?? United States Matt Davis R 11/19/81
Catchers
Number Player Bats Throws DOB Place of Birth
15 United States Wyatt Toregas R R 12/2/82 Fairfax, Virginia
35 United States David Wallace R R 10/17/79 Brentwood, Tennessee
Infielders
Number Player Bats Throws POS DOB Place of Birth
7 United States Shaun Larkin L R 2B 9/7/79 Garden Grove, California
9 Venezuela Eider Torres S R 2B 1/16/83 Maracaibo, Venezuela
10 United States Michael Aubrey DL L L 1B 4/15/82 Marshall, Texas
12 United States Pat Osborn R R 3B 2/27/81 Gainesville, Florida
13 Venezuela Ivan Ochoa S R SS 12/16/82 Guarcara, Venezuela
22 United States Ryan Mulhern R R 1B 11/29/80 Burbank, California
34 United States Jared Sandberg R R IF 3/2/78 Olympia, Washington
Outfielders
Number Player Bats Throws POS DOB Place of Birth
4 United States Trevor Crowe S R CF 12/17/83 Portland, Oregon
20 United States Brad Snyder L L RF 5/25/82 Sandusky, Ohio
33 United States Ryan Goleski R R LF 3/19/82 Lake Orion, Michigan
44 United States Brian Barton R R OF 4/25/82 Los Angeles, California
46 Puerto Rico Juan Valdes S R OF 6/22/85 Bayamon, Puerto Rico

Current Aeros who have appeared in at least one game with another team in 2006[edit]

  • Michael Aubrey (Kinston Indians) • Brian Barton (Kinston Indians) • Trevor Crowe (Lake County Captains and Kinston Indians) • Matt Davis (Lake County Captains) • Dan Denham (Buffalo Bisons) • Travis Foley (Buffalo Bisons) • Ryan Goleski (Kinston Indians) • Aaron Laffey (Kinston Indians) • Jensen Lewis (Kinston Indians) • Adam Miller (Buffalo Bisons) • Ivan Ochoa (Buffalo Bisons) • Nick Pesco (Mahoning Valley Scrappers and Buffalo Bisons) • Reid Santos (Kinston Indians) • Jared Sandberg (Corpus Christi Hooks) • Sean Smith (Kinston Indians) • Wyatt Toregas (Kinston Indians) • Eider Torres (Buffalo Bisons) • Juan Valdes (Lake County Captains)

Appeared in at least one game with 2006 Aeros but no longer with team[edit]

  • Bear Bay (currently with Buffalo Bisons) • Rafael Betancourt (currently with Cleveland Indians) • Casey Blake (currently with Cleveland Indians) • Caleb Brock (currently with Kinston Indians) • Armando Camacaro (currently with Buffalo Bisons) • Kyle Collins (currently with Kinston Indians) • Chris Cooper (currently with Mahoning Valley Scrappers) • Thomas Cowley (currently with Kinston Indians) • Todd Donovan x (currently with Ottawa Lynx) • Mariano Gomez (currently with Kinston Indians) • Javi Herrera (currently with Kinston Indians) • Joe Inglett (currently with Cleveland Indians) • Victor Kleine • Kevin Kouzmanoff (currently with Buffalo Bisons) • Juan Lara (currently with Buffalo Bisons) • Tom Mastny (currently with Cleveland Indians) • Edward Mujica (currently with Buffalo Bisons) • Nathan Panther (currently with Kinston Indians) • Rafael Pérez (currently with Buffalo Bisons) • Brandon Pinckney (currently with Kinston Indians) • Scott Rohel (currently with Kinston Indians) • Jonathan Van Every (currently with Buffalo Bisons)
x - No longer with Indians organization