2006 Cotuit Kettleers Roster (27-16-1)
2006 Regular Season: Stats and Standings – Playoff Stats and Standings
2006 Game Recaps and Stories
2006 Coaches and Trainer, Players, Batboys, Interns
Select Other Season:
|#||Name||Pos, B/T, HT, WT, Class||College|
|Angle, Matt||OF, L/R, 5'10, 170, 2008||Ohio State|
|Jay Brown (All Star)||RHP, R/R, 6'4, 200, 2008||Young Harris|
|Cisco, Michael||RHP, R/R, 5'11, 195, 2009||South Carolina|
|Delmonico, Tony||INF, S/R, 6'0, 175, 2009||Tennessee|
|Delucia, Dan||LHP, L/L, 6'4, 220, 2007||Ohio State|
|Duncan, Dave||LHP, L/L, 6'9, 190, 2009||Georgia Tech|
|Farris, Eric (All Star)||INF, R/R, 5'10, 170, 2008||Loyola Marymount|
|Gaston, Sean (All Star)||C, L/R, 6'0, 175, 2007||Notre Dame|
|Gearrin, Cory (All Star)||RHP, R/R, 6'2, 185, 2008||Young Harris|
|Godfrey, Graham||RHP, R/R, 6'2, 195, 2008||College of Charleston|
|Havens, Reese (All Star)||INF, L/R, 6'1, 195, 2009||South Carolina|
|Hula, Josh||C, R/R, 6'1, 200, 2009||Ohio State|
|Kulbacki, Kellen||OF, L/L, 5'10, 195, 2008||James Madison|
|Ladd, Tim||LHP, L/L, 5'11, 175, 2008||Georgia Tech|
|Lilley, Brett||INF, L/R, 5'7, 165, 2008||Notre Dame|
|Mathews, Shane||RHP, R/R, 6'3, 195, 2008||East Carolina|
|Rea, Jeffrey (All Star)||INF/OF, L/R, 5'8, 155, 2008||Mississippi State|
|Runzler, Dan||LHP, L/L, 6'4, 210, 2008||UC Riverside|
|Russell, Kyle||OF, L/L, 6'5, 185, 2009||Texas|
|Simmons, James (All Star)||RHP, R/R, 6'3, 190, 2008||UC Riverside|
|Smoak, Justin (All Star)||INF, S/L, 6'3, 195, 2009||South Carolina|
|Staehely, Christian||RHP, R/R, 6'3, 193, 2008||Princeton|
|Thomas, Tony||INF, R/R, 5'9, 175, 2008||Florida State|
|Photos||#||Name||Pos, B/T, HT, WT, Class||College|
|Bramhall, Bobby||OF, L/L, 5'11, 175, 2008||Rice|
|Costello, Matt||LHP/OF, L/L, 6'1, 195, 2009||Iona College|
|Dunbar, Jeff||C, R/R, 6'4, 220, 2009||UC Riverside|
|Perinar, Gary||RHP, R/R, 6'1, 200, 2008||Minnesota|
|Sattler, Dan||RHP, R/R, 6'4, 218, 2007||Purdue|
|Tucker, Wilson||OF, R/R, 6'2, 215, 2007||Belmont|
2006 Cotuit Kettleers Coaching Staff
#5 MIKE ROBERTS • FIELD MANAGER
Coach Roberts returns to Cotuit for his third season in 2006, on the heels of a Western Division Playoff appearance and respectable 22-19-3 record. Roberts’ second place regular and postseason finish marked the third trip the CCBL field manager has taken to the playoffs in four seasons (lifetime). Roberts was the field manager for the Wareham Gatemen (1984 and 2000).
Mike sends this special message to the Kettleers family, “I have personally dedicated the 2006 Cape League Season to all the former Kettleers players who have cherished their experience playing at historic Lowell Park, have put their arms around the wonderful families who house them each summer, have stayed in contact through the years, and have set the bar high for future players and coaches. My father, who passed away in 2005 at the age of 93, was my coach and he taught me to maintain these same high standards and respect for the game and everyone involved with the game. As the Head Coach of the 2006 Kettleers, I will strive to carry out these goals. We will hustle and slide our way into the hearts of the Kettleers faithful.”
From 1976 through 1998, Roberts was the head coach at the University of North Carolina. From the UNC Tarheels, Roberts went on to UNC-Asheville, where he coached in the spring of 2000. All totalled, Roberts’ teams have made nine NCAA post-season appearances and two College World Series appearances. His teams have also had a strong history of being tops amid their ACC peers, five times capturing the ACC Regular Season Championship and four times the ACC Tournament Championship. Eight of Roberts’ former players have been first round draft picks in the annual Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. Fifteen of his former players have played in Major League Baseball. His lifetime collegiate coaching record is 850-450-3. His lifetime greatest individual coaching success is his own son, Brian Roberts, 2nd baseman for the Baltimore Orioles.
Prior to managing Wareham to the Western Division regular season title in 2000, Roberts had led Wareham to the same title in 1984. Each of those two seasons, Roberts’ Cape League teams led the entire League in stolen bases. In 2000, Roberts’ Wareham team tied the Cape League all-time single season stolen base record.
In the off-season, Mike is a consultant working as an Executive Coach with DeLaPorte & Associates out of Dallas, TX.
Devin McIntosh • Assistant Coach • Longview University
Coach McIntosh is assistant coach at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri, where he is responsible for the pitching staff and assists with recruiting and field maintenance while coaching first base during games.
McIntosh served as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator for two years at LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas. Under his guidance, the Yellow Jacket pitching staff reduced staff ERA and total walks. While raising the performance of the pitching staff, McIntosh coached two of his pitchers into the professional ranks.
McIntosh is a 2004 graduate of LeTourneau University where he was a submarine pitcher for the baseball team. A native of Arlington, Texas, McIntosh recently completed a Master’s Degree in health and kinesiology from the University of Texas at Tyler.
Adam Warchal • Assistant Coach • Indiana University of PA
Warchal played for the Nittany Lions from 2001-03, seeing action in a total of 109 games with 83 starts. He had a career batting average of .275 with 17 doubles, three triples, five home runs, 50 runs scored and 46 RBI.
He enjoyed his most successful season as a senior in 2003 when he batted .328 with five homers, 26 runs scored and 25 RBI. He was an Academic All-Big Ten selection that year for the second time in his career.
Warchal graduated from Penn State in December 2003 with a degree in business logistics. He attended Greater Nanticoke High School in 1999 and was on the USA Today All-USA Team as a Pennsylvania honorable mention selection following his senior season.
During the summer of 2005, Warchal coached with the Sanford Mainers of the New England Collegiate Summer Baseball League.
Jeremy Boles • Assistant Coach • Young Harris College (GA)
Last year, Boles played for the Liberty University Flames. While at Liberty, he led the 2004 Big South Conference in batting (.398), hits (90) and runs scored (61) and was named to the Big South first-team all-conference squad. Boles finished his senior season with 31 stole bases and ranked 22nd in the county in stolen bases per game. He also ranked 31st in the nation in hitting and 39th in runs per game.
Following his stellar senior season, Boles was named to the 2004 University Division All-State Baseball team chosen by the Virginia College Sports Information Directors (VaSID).
“Jeremy Boles was an outstanding player for us and he displayed a great work ethic and passion for the game,” said Liberty University Head Coach Matt Royer. “I am sure he will take the same qualities and apply them to his new role as coach at Young Harris.”
Boles, a 2000 graduate of Forsyth Central High School in Cumming, GA, played two seasons at Young Harris College (2001-2002), and hit .375 as a freshman with 35 stolen bases. As a sophomore, Boles logged a .315 average with two home runs and 45 stolen bases, which at the time was a YHC record.
Sarah Batz, Trainer
A Certified Athletic Trainer with a Master’s of Education Degree in Kinesiology with Sport Management option from Southern Illinois
University, Sarah also has a B.S. Degree in Health Management with Athletic Training option from Southeast Missouri State University where she provided medical coverage for several Division 1 teams. She has worked at Healthsouth Orthopedic Rehabilitation Clinic and Rehab One The Physical Therapy Center, where her duties included assisting physical therapists with rehab and orthopedic treatments. Sarah will also be working with Cape Cod Rehabilitation in Mashpee this summer. She is a life member of the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society and National Athletic Trainer Association.