|#1 - Diego Hernandez [ID #1418] 3B|
|Birthplace: San Juan, Puerto Rico College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (R) Throws (R) Positions: 3B 1b|
|Games 1253, AVE .291, OBP .372, SLG .397, OPS .769, H 1402, 2B 229, 3B 32, HR 73, R 668, RBI 558, SB 2|
Puerto Rican sensation Diego Hernandez spent his entire career with New Orleans. The slick fielding third basemen was a fan favorite and one of the teams All-Time greats! Over his career he was a 3 time All-Star. Hernandez was known for his strong eye at the plate, which led to a career 604/430 walk to strikeout ratio. Diego had 2 seasons of 200+ hits.
|#5 - Brandon Glenn [ID #91704] 3B|
|Birthplace: Fort Lauderdale, Florida College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (R) Throws (R) Positions: 3B 1B|
|Games 1659, AVE .272, OBP .335, SLG .484, OPS .818, H 1714, 2B 496, 3B 67, HR 235, R 994, RBI 974, SB 444|
Brandon Glenn was a superstar for the Knights over the course of a long career. He ws a part of two Division Champions and one League Champion. He played 1B, 3B and DH over the course of his career. The three time All-Star had a combination of power and speed that is rarely seen in corner infielders. He had two season of 100+ runs, eight season of 40+ doubles including four of 50+, five seasons of 20+ HR including two of 30+, two 100 RBI+ seasons and eleven seasons of 30+SB including five of 40+. After leaving the Knights Glenn spent time with Ft. Lauderdale.
Glenn was the MVP of one Leage Championship Series.
Brandon is a member of the 1,000+ Run club, 400+ steal club & 300+ double-play club (corner-infielders).
|#9 - Adrián Fuentes [ID #87397] OF|
|Birthplace: Bogotá, Colombia College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (L) Throws (L) Positions: OF|
|Games 2029, AVE .277, OBP .355, SLG .545, OPS .900, H 2107, 2B 579, 3B 42, HR 455, R 1218, RBI 1383, SB 6|
Adrian Fuentes joined the Knights as a teenager out of Columbia. Nicknamed "The Legend" Fuentes had an amazing 17 year career with the team. He was a prolific hitter who had 6 seasons of 100+ Runs, 10 seasons of 40+ doubles including 2 of 50+, 11 seasons of 30+ homers including 3 of 40+, 10 seasons of 100+ RBI's and 2 seasons batting over .300.
Adrian was a two-time Division Champion and one-time League Champion. He won Rookie of the Year, an MVP Award, was a member of 6 All-Star teams and 4 All-League teams. He won 3 Gold Gloves in the outfield.
Feuntes was a 12-time member of Team Colombia in the World Baseball Classic.
Adrian is a member of the 2,000+ hit, 400+ homer, 1,000+ Run, 500+ double, 1,000+ RBI and 100+ Outfield Assist clubs!
|#29 - Ángel Contreras [ID #76186] P|
|Birthplace: Caracas, Venezuela College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (S) Throws (R) Positions: P|
|Games 375, W 161, L 121, S 1, CG 93, SHO 18, ERA 3.59, BAA .246, WHIP 1.259, IP 2429⅓, K 1187|
The Venezuelan superstar Angel Contreras started his career with New Orleans as a teenager. Over his career with New Orleans he was a 4 time All-Star, 2 time Cy Young Award winner, 2 time All-League selection and 4 time Gold Glove winner. Following a long career in New Orleans, Contreras went on to pitch for Phoenix and South San Francisco before retiring. During his career he was a part of three Division Championship teams.
Contreras is part of the 3,000+ Inning Pitched, 100+ Complete Games, 400+ starts and 150+ wins clubs.
Angel pitched in 4 World Classic's as a member of Team Venezuela.
|#38 - Juan Burgos [ID #44068] P|
|Birthplace: Fresno, California College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (R) Throws (R) Positions: P|
|Games 127, W 55, L 43, CG 23, SHO 4, ERA 3.17, BAA .245, WHIP 1.164, IP 861⅓, K 517|
After starting his career in Detroit, Juan Burgos was a three time All-Star and won a Cy Young Award with New Orleans. He finished his career pitching for Fort Lauderdale, Ocean View City and South Fallon before retiring. He won a second Cy Young Award with Fort Lauderdale.
Juan is part of the 150+ wins and 1,500+ strike out clubs.
|#74 - Tao Hu [ID #52268] OF|
|Birthplace: Taichung, Taiwan College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (R) Throws (R) Positions: OF c 1b 2b ss|
|Games 1103, AVE .230, OBP .330, SLG .426, OPS .756, H 897, 2B 159, 3B 96, HR 138, R 664, RBI 477, SB 532|
Taiwanese speedster Tao Hu put together a sensational career in New Orleans. He was a one time All-Star and one time All-League member. Hu had three seasons of 100+ runs, six seasons of 10+ triples, three seasons of 20+ homers and five seasons of 70+ steals including one season of 80+ and one of 100+. Hu finished his career with Idaho Falls and Linwood before retiring. Overall he was a part of three Division Championship teams.
Hu belongs to the 100+ Triples, 500+ Stolen Bases clubs, and 100+ outfield assist clubs.
|#84 - Tony Allison [ID #45526] P|
|Birthplace: Gastonia, Georgia College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (S) Throws (R) Positions: P|
|Games 109, W 42, L 36, CG 3, SHO 1, ERA 3.62, BAA .230, WHIP 1.310, IP 622⅓, K 334|
Following a Hall of Fame start to his career in North Mudville, Tony Allison joined New Orleans and continued to flourish over four seasons. In that time he was a two time All-Star, one time All-League award winner and won a Cy Young Award. He had previously won two Cy Young Awards and a Gold Glove with North Mudville where he was twice an All-League selection. In his career he was a member of three Division Championship teams.
Tony is part of the 150+ wins and 400+ games started clubs.
|#88 - Jerry DiMaggio [ID #102809] OF|
|Birthplace: San Diego, California College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (R) Throws (R) Positions: OF|
|Games 625, AVE .310, OBP .348, SLG .516, OPS .864, H 827, 2B 190, 3B 14, HR 110, R 400, RBI 501, SB 5|
Jerry started his career with Strongsville before coming to the Knights as a free agent. Over the course of his career he was one of the most dominant hitters in all of baseball. DiMaggio hit over .300 eight times, had over 200 hits four times, scored over 100 runs twice, hit over 40 doubles seven times including three times over 50, hit over 20 homeruns six times including once over 30 and drove in over 100 runs five times!
DiMaggio was a 7-time All-Star, 2-time All-League and won a Gold Glove. He was a part of 2 Division Championship teams.
Jerry is part of the .300 lifetime batting average club.
|#88 - Diego Benitez [ID #1445] SS|
|Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (R) Throws (R) Positions: SS 1b 3b of|
|Games 1524, AVE .282, OBP .359, SLG .504, OPS .863, H 1654, 2B 371, 3B 166, HR 201, R 947, RBI 888, SB 452|
New Orleans Legend Diego Benitez was an eight time All-Star and one time MVP award winner. He had four 100+ run seasons and one 200+ hit season. He put together six seasons of 40+ doubles, eight seasons of 10+ triples, eight seasons of 20+ homers and four seasons of 100+ RBI's. On the bases he had five 40+ steal seasons including two 60+ and one 70+ season. Before retiring, Benitez finished his career with short stints on five other teams where he won a Division Championship.
Benitez is a member of the 100+ triples, 1,000+ Runs and 1,000+ RBI and 500+ double-play (middle infielders) clubs.
|#91 - Enrique Arias [ID #41297] 1B|
|Birthplace: Wichita, Kansas College: none|
|Hall Of Famer Bats (L) Throws (L) Positions: 1B 3b|
|Games 1043, AVE .271, OBP .327, SLG .506, OPS .832, H 877, 2B 194, 3B 68, HR 143, R 466, RBI 541, SB 124|
In his tenure with New Orleans Enrique Arias was a five time All-Star who hit 194 doubles, 68 triples and 143 homers. He has four seasons of 20+ homers including one of 30+ and two season of 100+ RBI's. After leaving New Orleans he has several great seasons for Saratoga before finishing his career with short stays at Kennesaw and Duluth. He was a part of two Division Championship teams.
Arias is part of the 100+ Triples and 1,000+ RBI clubs.
|Bradley Field [ID #2122] Manager|
|Birthplace: Raleigh, North Carolina|
|Hall Of Famer|
|Games 1187, League Wins 430, Cup Wins 77|
Bradley Field managed seven season for New Orleans and won 430 games and one championship. He went on to manage short stints in Brandon and Milton before retiring.