...and Delgado didn't even own the best average on the team. That belonged to Tack Wilson. Tack hit .333 with 9 2Bs and 15 Steals. Tack Wilson would also become the first Gray's Harbor player to make it to the Majors, playing in a handful of games for the Twins and Angels. Robert Blakley provided some additional power hitting 9 homers  and stealing 17 bases while batting .308 and Michael Ornest also showed some strength hitting 11 homers and batting .253. On the mound, things actually seemed worse than the previous season. Both James Peterson and Michael Fehrenkamp put up identical 3-10 records... so right there we have 20 losses out of a 66 game season. Their ERA's were 6.09 and 5.92 respectively... or not so "respective"-ly. Steven Lettrich also went 0-3 with a 6.11 ERA. The few brief bright spots... in 3 starts Michael Kruzelock (2-1, 2.74 ERA; Steven Mason (7-5 , 4.01 ERA).