October 7th, 2019 - Minneapolis Tigers Roar!
In an exciting cup finale that saw 31 hits and 25 runs, the Tigers edged the Birmingham Athletics 14-11 in the deciding third game of the cup finals. Perhaps the MVP of the game was Roger Tremblay who managed to save the final game and posted a 1.26 ERA and 15 saves in Cup games. Congratulations on their first Cup championship to xLee227 and the Minneapolis Tigers.
October 4th, 2019 - Cup Final Monday – Two Legends East teams battle it out for the Cup Championship!
The cup final is Monday and will feature the #3 Birmingham Athletics (Legends) against the #4 Minneapolis Tigers (Legends). Perhaps the best combined match-up in cup history. Who will prevail and capture their first cup championship? Good luck to both kladu and xLee227!
October 14th, 2019 - Paris back in town - Laredo Mules
Tickets ran out in Laredo for the biggest home game in years: locally disgraced former Mules' 2039 Legends Cy Young Winner Bryan "Problem" Paris, his salary now paid by Denver, coming to town to face the new star in town, "Soylent, da hitters eater" Nelson Green
Mules fans went home happy after a convincing 4-1 win, SP Green winning the game and MVP honors with a complete game 1-run effort (9 men on base, 7Ks).
Even more satisfying for the home crowd, the Loss being credited to Paris (4 ERs in... - Frankebasta
October 8th, 2019 - Longview Goes All In - Longview Dogs
The Longview Dogs have pushed all of their chips to the center of the table in the race to win the West Division of League VI.17. Longview ownership yesterday opened the checkbook to shake up the lineup and pitching rotation to get back into the race that just a week was much tighter.
The Dogs added pitchers Humberto Diaz, Lewis Morris, and Dan Shaw in an attempt to shore up the starting rotation which has been on a gradual decline over the last half season. On the offensive side of the ledge... - Jerbeetwo
October 8th, 2019 - Shannon back in Bloomington - Bloomington Thunder
Bloomington, IN: Hours after his release from Troy, Matt Shannon has reached an agreement to return to the Thunder dugout as manager. Despite a return to the top division, Preston Orlando was unable to duplicate his success from a year ago and once Shannon became available, a split was unavoidable. Shannon returns 7 seasons removed from a Cup semi-final run and 6 seasons removed from a Legends East Division crown. - PrivateSnowflake