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This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2013, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Triple-A baseball returned to Salt Lake City in 1994. To observe the 20th season of the Buzz/Stingers/Bees franchise, The Salt Lake Tribune will name an all-time team in July. Fan voting is a component of the selections. Choose three outfielders and one player from each other category.

Outfielders

John Barnes - batted a franchise-record .365 in 2000.

Peter Bourjos - hit three triples in a game in 2010.

Brian Buchanan - franchise-record three walk-off home runs.

Marty Cordova - batted .358 in 1994.

Terry Evans - franchise career leader with 805 total bases.

Nick Gorneault - went 12 consecutive games with an RBI in 2006.

Torii Hunter - batted .368 with 18 homers and 61 RBI in 55 games in 2000.

Jacque Jones - batted .298 in 1999.

Chris Latham - franchise leader with 500 career hits.

Matt Lawton - batted .297 in 53 games in 1996.

Robb Quinlan - batted .333 with 112 RBI in 2002.

Mike Trout - batted .403 in 20 games in 2012.

First base

Kendrys Morales - joined in back-to-back-to-back homers in 2006.

Efren Navarro - posted .998 fielding percentage in 2011.

Scott Stahoviak - recorded 41 doubles in 1994.

Mark Trumbo - Drove in 122 runs in 2010.

Second base

Chone Figgins - franchise leader with 33 triples in two seasons.

Howie Kendrick - batted .369 in 69 games in 2006.

Brian Raabe - batted .351, fielded .995 in 1996.

Mitch Simons - delivered 10 triples in 1997.

Shortstop

Alfredo Amezaga - batted .347 in 75 games in 2003.

Erick Aybar - batted .283 with 20 doubles in 81 games in 2006.

Denny Hocking - Hit walk-off single in Game 1 of 1995 PCL finals.

Brandon Wood - franchise leader with 77 career homers.

Third base

Jose Fernandez - posted .624 slugging percentage in 2001.

Corey Koskie - batted .301 with 26 homers and 105 RBI in 1998.

Adam Pavkovich - played in franchise-record 521 games.

Todd Walker - collected 187 hits in 135 games in 1996.

Catcher

Hank Conger - batted .298 in parts of three seasons.

Jeff Mathis - batted .289 in 2006.

Damian Miller - batted .338 with 82 RBI in 85 games in 1996.

A.J. Pierzynski - hit two grand slams in a game in 2000.

Designated hitter

Bernardo Brito - drove in 122 runs in 1994.

Paul MacAnulty - recorded 41 doubles in 2011.

David Ortiz - drove in 110 runs in 1999.

Adam Riggs - posted .633 slugging percentage in 2004.

Right-handed pitcher

Chris Bootcheck - franchise records of 34 career wins, 603 innings.

LaTroy Hawkins - franchise leader with 11 career complete games.

John Lackey - went 8-2 with 3.57 ERA in 2002.

Jered Weaver - recorded 14 strikeouts in a game in 2006.

Left-handed pitcher

Travis Miller - led league with 143 strikeouts in 1996.

Mark Redmond - ranks No. 4 with 23 career wins.

Joe Saunders - posted 31.1 consecutive scoreless innings in 2006.

Dan Serafini - went 18-18 over three seasons.

Relief pitcher

Greg Jones - holds franchise record of 214 appearances.

Bart Miadich - holds franchise record of 57 career saves.

Francisco Rodriguez - struck out 59 in 42 innings in 2002.

Scot Shields - posted 3.06 ERA in 47 innings in 2002.

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