The Crosscutters would produce many future Major League Pirates, including half of Pittsburgh's future starting pitchers. Among these were Ryan Doumit (.313, 12 2B) in 2000, Jose Bautista (.286) and Ian Snell (7-0, 1.39) in 2001, 2003 produced Tom Gorzelanny (1-2, 1.78), 2004 produced Paul Maholm (2-1, 1.84) and 2005 produced closer Matt Capps (3-5, 4.85). In 2007 the Pirates said goodbye to Williamsport and moved to a new ballpark in State College PA. With that, the Phillies then moved out of Batavia to come here and take over this fine ballpark.