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Pecos League Managers All Time Records
Pecos League Managing Records by Year: 2011- 2012- 2013- 2014- 2015- 2016- 2017- 2018- 2019-

Pecos League Managing Records by Team: White Sands Pupfish- Las Cruces Vaqueros- Roswell Invaders- Alpine Cowboys- Douglas Diablos- Bisbee Blue- Tucson Saguaros- Ruidoso Osos- Carlsbad Bats- Raton Osos- Santa Fe Fuego- Las Vegas Train Robbers- Trinidad Triggers- Salina Stockade- Garden City Wind- Topeka Train Robbers- Great Bend Boom- Taos Blizzard- California City Whiptails- Monterey Amberjacks- High Desert Yardbirds- Hollywood Stars- Bakersfield Train Robbers-
Chris Ebright 50 17 .746
Austin Prott 90 33 .731
Chance Sharp 11 5 .687
Relly Mercurio 41 19 .683
Billy Page 16 9 .640
Ryan Stevens 175 100 .636
Bryan Kloppe 122 71 .632
JD Droddy 126 74 .630
Royce Holder 78 47 .624
Brett Kennedy 41 26 .611
Casey Dill 83 55 .601
Thomas Nelson 109 76 .589
Chris Treibt 40 28 .588
Keith Essary 41 29 .585
Simon Walters 41 29 .585
Rob Warnock 38 27 .584
Bill Moore 255 190 .573
Chris Paterson 75 60 .555
TJ Zarewicz 67 55 .549
Kirby Campbell 54 46 .540
Sean Repay 33 30 .523
Miguel Gomez 35 32 .522
Jack Humphrey 24 22 .521
Dave Boron 11 11 .500
Kevin Griffin 16 16 .500
Marvin Speaks 65 67 .492
Ciprano Garza 58 66 .467
Justin Lowery 31 39 .442
Mike Greene 28 36 .437
Matt Leahey 23 31 .425
David Peterson 48 65 .424
Max Garza 51 70 .421
Hassone Essary 5 7 .416
JJ Costantino 7 10 .411
Ernie Munoz 26 40 .393
Sean McNeill 46 73 .386
Edison Alvarez 5 8 .384
Justin Thompson 47 79 .373
Chris Tuttle 22 40 .354
James Prockish 13 24 .351
Darrell Carrillo 39 73 .348
Mike Reeves 21 43 .328
Ryan Powell 23 54 .298
DJ Stinsman 16 42 .275
Rodney Tafoya 9 24 .272
Daniel Aldrich 5 15 .250
Ray Hancock 43 143 .231
Chris Stout 12 50 .193
Nolan Cherniwchan 9 38 .191
Chuck Rocker 2 11 .153
Ian Horne 2 11 .153
Cameron Haskins 6 41 .127
Keith Wood 1 7 .125
Jamie Hopkins 1 13 .071
John Aber 0 24 .000
Bob Fritz 0 4 .000
2018 Season
The Pecos League sent two teams to the CanAm League to replace the International Travel Teams Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Originally the Pecos League was only going to send one team. The Dominican Republic's team was so bad the Pecos League was asked to split their team in two for the 2nd half. This caused major unstability with Pecos League Teams losing their managers mid season for multiple games

The Salina Stockade were managed by Santa Fe Fuego's TJ Zarewicz for the first nine games. Daniel Aldrich was replacement manager for Zarewicz and he took over in the Winslow, Arizona Series. Zarewicz was forced to stay and manage the Hollywood Stars with Edison Alvarez with the Dominican Republic could not complete their obligation. Zarewicz returned after the Hollywood Stars season ended in Quebec.

Monterey Amberjacks Manager Edison Alvarez was the Salina Stockade's number 1 starter and was drafted and signed by the Ottawa Champions in the supplemental draft. He did not return to manage the team. Chuck Rocker was named player/manager of the Amberjacks until he left for the CanAm League. He was traded to Bakersfield when he returned to the Pecos League. James Prockish finished the season as player manager when Rocker left.

(5-8) Edilson Alvarez managed the Monterey Amberjacks from May 24-June 4 he left for Salina in the CanAM League. (2-11) Chuck Rocker managed the Monterey Amberjacks from June 5-June 17 he then left for Salina (13-24) James Prockish managed the team from June 18 until the end of the season

Garden City Wind were managed by player/manager Ian Horne until he left for the Salina Stockade as a player. (2-12) Ian Horne managed the Garden City Wind until June 6, he left for Salina in the CanAm League (9-38) Nolan Cherniwchan managed the Garden City Wind from June 7 until the end of the season Horne was traded to Ruidoso upon his return from Canada

California City Whiptails David Peterson managed the Salina Stockade in the CanAm League in their United States part of the tour. Hassone Essary managed the twelve games he was gone going (5-7). David Peterson went to Salina from 6/18-6/29/2018

White Sands Pupfish Ray Hancock managed White Sands until June 3, 2018 at Tucson (1-10). Cameron Haskins finished the 2018 season.


2017 Season
High Desert Yardbirds July 14 was Jack Humphrey's last game. Chance Sharp took over on July 15 and finished the season. The Yardbirds won the championship.

American Association 2017 Salina Stockade- JD Droddy managerd the Salina Stockade through the Wichita Wingnuts Series August 1, 2017 Daniel Aldrich took over the team on August 3, 2017 in Cleburne and his last game was August 25, 2017 in Cleburne. TJ Zarewicz took over the Salina Stockade on August 26, 2017 against the Cleburne Railroaders


2016 Season
Great Bend Boom Dave Boron's last game with the Great Bend Boom was June 13, 2016 Kirby Campbell took over the Great Bend Boom on June 14, 2016

Topeka Train Robbers Bob Fritz managed the first four games going 0-4. Max Garza took over on May 27th and finished the season qualifiying for the playoffs. Santa Fe Fuego Keith Wood's last game was May 27, he was 1-7. Rodney Tafoya managed the team from May 28-June 30. TJ Zarewicz managed the team the month of July.


2015 Season
Santa Fe FuegoBill Moore managed until August 1. Jake Mitzner managed the last three games of the season and the playoffs


2014 Season
White Sands Pupfish- Darrell Carrillo left the White Sands Pupfish on June 29, 2014. (21-23) JJ Costantino was named player/manager for the rest of the season. (7-10)
2013 Season
Taos Blizzard Matt Leahey was removed as manager when the New York State League withdrew operations of the Taos Blizzard. His last game was July 5. His cousin Jamie Hopkins took over in the last month of the season. Leahey stayed on as a player.
2012 Season
Trinidad Triggers- June 20, 2012 Justin Lowery was his last game with from Trinidad Triggers June 21-24 JD Droddy managed the Trinidad Triggers June 26, 2012 Ryan Powell took over the Trinidad Triggers
2011 Season
Carlsbad BatsJohn Aber started the season 0-24, Ryan Powell finished the season 9-34