|Games 1334, AVE .262, OBP .323, SLG .399, OPS .722, H 1198, 2B 244, 3B 80, HR 74, R 664, RBI 535, SB 67
|Notes: On January 15th, 2031, the Bothell Wolves, now the South San Francisco Giants, officially inducted retired second baseman Juan Barrera into the Bothell Wolves', now the South San Francisco Giants', Hall of Fame. In 2001, Juan Barrera was drafted as a free agent from Mexico. He spent his entire career with Bothell, now relocated to South San Francisco. In ten years, he made the All-Star team once and recorded a career AVG of .262, OBP of .323, SLG of .399, and OPS of .722. He also spent time at 1B, 3B, and OF. His best season came in 2006 when he made the All-Star roster and hit .289 with an OBP of .347, an SLG of .455, and an OPS of .803. He retired midway into the 2010 season after being released. Juan Barrera, now 56, was a great player.