Niagara Stars


Niagara Stars
Niagara Stars
Founded in 2003
Welland, Ontario
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Team logo
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Cap insignia
League affiliations
Name
  • Niagara Stars (2003)
Team Colors
  • Blue, Red, Gold
                  
Ballpark
  • Welland Stadium
Championships
  • League titles: 0
  • Division titles: 0
Owner(s)/Operated By:
General Manager:
Manager: Pete LaRock
Media: '
Website: []

The Niagara Stars played in the independent Canadian Baseball League that existed for half of the summer season of 2003 before folding. Located in the city of Welland, Ontario the team featured a variety of international ballplayers from Canada, the Dominican Republic, and the United States. The Stars were managed by former major leaguer Pete LaCock who led the team to a 15-15 record before league officials pulled the plug on the season at the half-way point.

Roster

Pitchers

No. Player Position Bat Throw Height (feet-inches) Weight (lbs) Birthplace
15 Brian Barnett RHP R R 6-1 200 Scottsdale, AZ  United States
21 Danny Fitzgerald RHP R R 6-2 205 San Diego, CA  United States
18 Joe Gannon RHP L R 6-1 200 Buffalo, NY  United States
25 Juan Gonzales RHP R R 6-3 220 Bani, Dominican Republic
34 Travis Hubbel RHP R R 6-0 195 Welland, ON  Canada
38 Sean Jones RHP R R 6-8 210 Hamilton, ON  Canada
28 Justin Keeling LHP L L 5-11 190 San Diego, CA  United States
29 Pete Montrenes RHP R R 6-3 210 Los Angeles, CA  United States
35 José Quintero LHP L L 6-2 210 Estada Zulia,  Venezuela
19 Kevin Virtue RHP R R 6-1 185 London, ON  Canada

Batters

No. Player Position Bat Throw Height (feet-inches) Weight (lbs) Birthplace
32 Rogelio Arias C S R 6-0 197 Villa Duarte, Dominican Republic
30 Denio Beltran SS S R 5-11 160 San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
13 Raul Borjas LF R R 5-11 190 Maracay,  Venezuela
40 Rich Butler RF R L 6-1 205 Toronto, ON  Canada
4 Matt George OF R R 6-0 195 Hamilton, ON  Canada
27 Luis Jiminez CF R R 6-1 180 La Romana, Dominican Republic
10 Toby Legacy 2B R R 6-0 180 Barrie, ON  Canada
37 Ali Modami 1B L L 5-11 210 Scottsdale, AZ  United States
9 Nelwin Oquendo 3B R R 6-1 200 Maracaibo,  Venezuela
8 Ben Rosenthal C L R 6-0 200 Henderson, NV  United States
36 Jeremy Walker OF L R 6-4 220 Aurora, ON  Canada



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