White Sands Pupfish (baseball)

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White Sands Pupfish
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Information
League Pecos League (2011-present)
Location Alamogordo, New Mexico
Ballpark The Aquarium
Year founded 2009
Former name(s)
  • White Sands Pupfish (2011-present)
  • Coastal Kingfish (2009–10)
Former league(s)
Former ballparks none (Traveling team)
Colors Vegas gold, black, white
Ownership Andrew Dunn/Coastal Baseball LLC
Manager Chris Stout
Media Alamogordo Daily News
Website whitesandspupfish.com

The White Sands Pupfish are a professional baseball team based in Alamogordo, New Mexico. The team is a member of the Pecos League, an independent baseball league which is not affiliated with Major or Minor League Baseball. They were originally known as the Coastal Kingfish and played in the Continental Baseball League. For the 2009 season, the Kingfish was a traveling team without a home ballpark. In early April 2010, the Coastal Kingfish replaced the West Texas Road Hogs as the CBL travel team. The Kingfish joined the Pecos League in 2011 as the White Sands Pupfish, and relocated to Alamogordo, New Mexico.

Current roster[edit]

2016 Pupfish
White Sands PupFish roster
Active roster Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 15 Israel Elizondo
  •  4 Jason Funkhouser
  • 40 Joseph Johnson
  • 19 Ulric Johnson
  • 16 Joe Nicolace
  • 11 Darrell Render Jr.
  • 24 Adam Rigney
  • 57 Jordan Young



 

Catchers

  • 10 Eduardo Bosseloo
  • 37 Greg Chavez

Infielders

  • 21 Clay Gentle
  • 22 Cameron Haskins
  •  4 Aaron Sheaks
  • 23 Brandon Torres
  • 35 Joshua Williams
  • 35 Josh Youngchild

Outfielders

  • 14 Timothy Carter
  • 13 Chris McCoy
  • 18 Chaztin Venezia
 

Manager

  • Chris Stout

Coaches


Injury icon 2.svg Disabled list
‡ Inactive list
§ Suspended list

Roster updated June 5, 2018
Transactions

Team Record[edit]

  • 2011 41-29
  • 2012 27-42
  • 2013 26-43
  • 2014 28-33
  • 2015 37-28
  • 2016 28-39
  • 2017 13-50

Single Season Records[edit]

Individual[edit]

Batting[edit]

  • Games: Eric Kalbfliesh, 66 (2016)
  • Batting Average: Ernie Munoz, .427 (2011)
  • At Bats: Cody Collins, 276 (2013)
  • Hits: Eric Kalbfliesh, 115 (2016)
  • Runs: Austin Newell, 78 (2012)
  • Doubles: Cody Collins, 24 (2013)
  • Triples: Aaron Olivas, Aaron Nardone, 8 (2015)
  • Home Runs: Henry Gonzalez Jr., 17 (2012)
  • RBI: TJ Wharton, 67 (2016)
  • Walks: Brandon Torres, 46 (2017)
  • Strikeouts: Robert Rodriguez, 74 (2011)
  • Stolen Bases: Dabal Baez, 21 (2016)
  • Caught Stealing: Aaron Olivas, 7 (2015)

Pitching[edit]

  • Wins: Cameron Powers, 8 (2015)
  • Loses: Jason Harper, 8 (2017)
  • Saves: Garrett McKenzie, 5 (2017)
  • Games Started: Anthony Pastrana, Nick Bozeman, 14 (2016)
  • Games: Chris Stout, 40 (2016)
  • Innings Pitched: Eric Zagar, 76.2 (2013)
  • Hits Allowed: Cameron Powers, 107 (2015)
  • Runs Allowed: Jason Harper, 86 (2017)
  • Earned Runs Allowed: Jason Harper, 76 (2017)
  • Strikeouts: Anthony Pastrana, 82 (2016)
  • Walks Allowed: Nick Bozeman, 51 (2016)

Single Season Team Records[edit]

  • Wins: 41 (2011)
  • Loses: 50 (2017)

Managers[edit]

Mickey Speaks, 2015-2016 (65-67)

Chris Stout, Current

Winningest Manager All-Time[edit]

Mickey Speaks, 65

External links[edit]