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Welcome to the Grayriders statistics page. This is the EXCLUSIVE site to the entire archive of Brookville Grays statistics of the past and present. These statistics will be from 1983 (when the Grays re-entered the league) through 2000.
If any of you "grayriders" would like your GrayStats, email us and we'll get them to you as soon as possible.


Jed Fiscus .434
Bob Maschmeyer .412
Donny Rhoades .391
Bruce Gunning .389
Dave Osborne .373
Greg MacKenzie .355
Mark Powell .351
Korry Lindemuth .341
Pat Smith .338
Kevin Thompson .335

Mark Carrier 1491
Donny Rhoades 1120
Matt Smith 1074
Todd Sharp 869
Mark Powell 834
Dave Osborne 695
Bruce Gunning 593
Pat Smith 535
Bob McCollough 418
Jed Fiscus 415

Mark Carrier 440
Donny Rhoades 211
Mark Powell 185
Todd Sharp 178
Matt Smith 133
Dave Osborne 119
Pat Smith 102
Bruce Gunning 91
Bob McCollough 90
Craig Puhala 60

Tood Sharp 173
Matt Smith 120
Donny Rhoades 89
Mark Carrier 75
Craig Puhala 74
Bruce Gunning 62
Dave Osborne 36
Pat Smith 33
Dave Klepfer 30
Mark Powell 29

Mark Carrier 451
Donny Rhoades 438
Matt Smith 350
Mark Powell 293
Dave Osborne 259
Todd Sharp 235
Bruce Gunning 231
Pat Smith 181
Jed Fiscus 180
Bob Maschmeyer 162

Mark Carrier 362
Donny Rhoades 343
Matt Smith 280
Todd Sharp 252
Mark Powell 214
Dave Osborne 208
Bruce Gunning 184
Pat Smith 158
Jed Fiscus 140
Bob Maschmeyer 127

Donny Rhoades 327
Dave Osoborne 252
Mark Powell 207
Matt Smith 204
Bruce Gunning 181
Pat Smith 157
Mark Carrier 151
Jed Fiscus 134
Greg MacKenzie 107
Todd Sharp 103

Dave Osborne 54
Donny Rhoades 52
Bruce Gunning 35
Pat Smith 34
Mark Powell 32
Kevin Thompson 28
Matt Smith 24
John Williams 21
Jed Fiscus 21
Greg MacKenzie 20
Jason Booser 17

Donny Rhoades 99
Mark Powell 64
Dave Osborne 56
Matt Smith 52
Jed Fiscus 50
Todd Sharp 43
Mark Carrier 37
Pat Smith 27
Bob Maschmeyer 26
John Williams 17
Kevin Thompson 17

Bruce Gunning 9
Donny Rhoades 9
Matt Smith 8
Todd Sharp 6
Jed Fiscus 5
Dave Osborne 5
Rick Ross 4
Brian Conklin 4
Pat Smith 4
John Williams 3
Kevin Geer 3
Mark Powell 3

As voted upon by select members of the Brookville Grays.

These selections were based on a variety of criteria, including statistics, big game production and commitment to the Gray, among others. These selections were made April 15, 2000. Check back often to find out if your favorite Grayrider made the cut !

1st Base - John Williams.....John dominated the Federation League during his two year tour. In 1998 he broke the Grays' single season record for batting average (.505), Triples (3), homeruns (13), RBI's (52) and runs scored (51). John also won the Fed League's MVP award for the 1997 play-offs. On defense, nothing got past him. It either went in his glove or went against his chest. Either way, he got the out.

2nd Base - Craig Puhala... There hadn't been before or has been since another defensive second baseman like Craig. He made circus plays nightly, and was second to none at turning the double play. The best thing about him was, as a lead-off hitter, if he reached first, you might as well give him a free pass to third. During the 1992 championship campaign, Craig stole 41 bases while being thrown out just twice. To put that in perspective, the ENTIRE Gray's team stole 36 bases in 2000.

3rd Base - Bruce Gunning. Bruce is one of the best all-around players to have put on a Gray uniform. He had the ability to play any position. He has a career average of .389 (4th all-time), 9 triples (tied for 1st), 181 RBI's (5th), 35 homeruns (3rd) and 62 stolen bases (6th). As a pitcher, he has 15 career wins and 117 strike outs. He has a championship series win under his belt, as well as a no-hitter.

Shortstop - Mark Carrier. Simply put, he is the engergizer bunny of the Fed League. He has been with the team since they re-joined the league in 1983. That's 618 games played. 618! 1491 at-bats (1st all-time), 362 runs scored(1st), 75 stolen bases (4th), and the most impressive of them all, 440 walks. The next player has 211. Of the top ten walks in a season by a Gray, Mark holds six of those spots, including all of the top five. Through the late eighties and early nineties, he was as steady as they came as a short-stop. Not the strongest arm at the position, but his quick release always got his man.

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