More Managerial Statistics and Highlights

Managerial Breakdown for 1996 Thunder Bay Whiskey Jacks and 1997 Minot Mallards and Career Totals

1997

Wins

Losses

Win %

Jason Felice

31

11

738%

Other Managers

17

18

485%


1996

Wins

Losses

Win %

Jason Felice

10

14

416%

Other Managers

23

37

383 %


1996-1997 Totals

Wins

Losses

Win %

Jason Felice

41

25

621 %

Other Managers

40

55

421%

Overall Record '94-'97

Team

Wins

Losses

Win%

1994 Cyclones

44

25

638%

1995 Cyclones

40

30

571%

1996 Jacks

10

14

416%

1997 Mallards

26

10

722%

Playoff Totals

12

6

667%

Overall totals

132

85

608%

Overall Opponents

85

132

392%

Managerial Highlights:

1997 - Manager of Minot Mallards of the Prairie League

  • Took the helm on 7/21/97 after the team came in last place in the lst half of the Southern division.
  • The team won the first 9 games in the second half and won the second half of the regular season with a 26-10 record. 
  • Won the divisional playoffs 2-1
  • Won the overall Prairie League Championship against Regina Cyclones 3-0.
  • Overall record in 1997, 31-11.

1996 - Manager of Thunder Bay Whiskey Jacks of the Independent Northern League

  • Signed 22 players under the Salary Cap. 
  • Recorded a 10-14 record to start the first half. 
  • Had a winning record at home and against own division.

1995 - Manager of the Regina Cyclones of the Prairie League

  • Signed on as Manager on April 15. Held local tryouts through May 17. 
  • Signed 20 players under the Salary Cap. 
  • Finished in second place in the Canadian Division. 40-30-571%. 
  • Won divisional Playoffs 2-1.
  • Won Prairie league Championship 3-1. 
  • After first week, was added to the playing roster. 
  • Led league in offense, .394 avg., 23 HR, 80 RBI in 61 games.

1994 Player-Manager of the Regina Cyclones of the North Central League

  • Signed as player-manager on May 5. 
  • Scouted league tryouts May 13-May 27. 
  • Drafted 8 players, 4 from each faze of the draft, one in Minneapolis, and one in Tucson. 
  • Signed 5 of the 8 players drafted. 
  • Signed all 22 of the players under the salary cap. 
  • Won Divisional Championship with the best record in the league, 44-25, 638%. 
  • Won the league's Triple Crown as a player -- .345-17-73- in 66 games.
  • Hit .440-14-60 after the All-Star break. 
  • Was awarded "Short Season Minor League Player of the Year" by the Howe Sports Bureau.

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