# Brunner, Roger

Brunner, Roger


Brunner picked up his first NLB-win since 1993 when he went 7-2 by throwing four innings against the Zurich Lions.


For the first time in his career, Brunner received the award for Best Fielder. He committed only one error in 24 games.


Brunner's win in Game 3 of the Finals against the Therwil Flyers was his 30th of his NLA-career.


Brunner has collected his 100th walk in the NLA as Stefan Koller of the Therwil Flyers walked him in the first inning of Game 1 of the Finals.


Brunner has tied Saentis Zeller for eighth place on the alltime list for doubles by hitting his 47th double of his NLA-career in the fifth inning against the Bern Cardinals.


Brunner's strikeout of Eagle Marcel Enz in the third inning was his 200th in his NLA-career.


Brunner's single in the third inning against the Zürich Barrcaudas was his 200th hit in his NLA-career, good for seventh place on the alltime list.


Brunner collected a game-high three RBI's against the Therwil Flyers.


With his single in the 5th inning against the Sissach Frogs, Brunner has tied Adris Linares for 8th place on the alltime list for Total Bases with 335.


Brunner doubled in the fourth inning against the Zürich Barracudas. It was the 15’000th at-bat in Challengers history.


Brunner's complete game against the Geneva Dragons was his first since throwing a shutout against the Embrach Rainbows on August 19, 2001. It was his 12th of his career, tying Enrico Zingg for 5th place on the alltime list.


Brunner went 2-for-3 and had a game-high three RBI's against the Reussbühl Eagles. In the sixth inning, Brunner grounded out to second in his 500th NLA at-bat.


Brunner scored the franchise's 5'500th run in the first inning against the Bern Cardinals.


Brunner set a new career-high in 2002 with nine doubles, but he also struck out a careeer-high 12 times. And he was also hit-by-pitch for the first time in his career. His five wins are the highest total since getting seven wins back in 1994. His record is 7-0 over the last two seasons.


Brunner's second double in the fourth inning against the Sissach Frogs gave him his 300th total base of his NLA-career.


Brunner was named Most Improved Player in the NLA in 2001.


Brunner set a new career season-high by singling in the second inning against the Bern Cardinals for his 39th hit of the season.


Brunner pitched the first shutout by a Challenger in over a decade as he allowed only two hits in six innings in a 22-0 win against the Embrach Rainbows.


Brunner tied his career season-high of 38 hits with a double in the fifth inning against the Embrach Rainbows. It was also his career-high seventh double in a season. Plus he and Marchant extended their team-leading hitting streaks to 13 games.


Brunner collected his 150th career RBI with a run-scoring ground out in the fifth inning against the Zurich Barracudas.


Brunner went 4-for-5 against the Zurich Lions, including his 150th hit in his NLA-career, a single in the third inning. He was the ninth Challenger in team history to reach that many hits.


Brunner singled in his 400th NLA at-bat in the second inning against the Zurich Barracudas. He also set career-highs with his 28th run scored and his sixth homer of the season.


Brunner hit three homers in the first three innings against the Zurich Lions for the first time in his career.


Brunner's eight steals are his second highest total of his career, trailing only his 14 thefts in 1999.

NLA Kader:

  • Blank, Thomas
  • Burger, Thomas
  • Byrne, Ryan
  • Castillo, David
  • Cinardi, Luigi
  • Girasole, Andrea
  • Haltmeier, Stefan
  • Maier, Patrick
  • Nepomuceno, Carlos
  • Patrone, Sandy
  • Sanders, James
  • Sedin, Robert
  • Siegrist, Tobias
  • Siemers, Nick
  • Sosa, Leonel
  • Steffen, Simon
  • Zeller, Saentis