May 19th, 2018 - Season 2036 is here!
The cup kicks off Monday and league games start on Tuesday. Please make sure you have your lineups and pitching roles set up for opening day. Additionally, make sure you reconfigure your ballpark as necessary. This is also your last chance for relocation.
June 17th, 2018 - Pete Leonard pitches a complete game shutout on Aardvarks debut - Harlingen Aardvarks
Last night we saw an epic performance from the former Buffalo Bisons pitcher Pete Leonard. The veteran pitcher pitched a complete game shutout on his debut for the Aardvarks. He only gave up three hits.
The veteran who recently signed for the contending Aardvarks was pleased with his own performance: "I always go into a game with the mindset not to give up any runs. It worked this time! I had them (East Orange Nationals) guessing the whole game. I just love the change to go out and play. Love b... - Tabula Rasa
June 16th, 2018 - Orcas Update - Blue Springs Orcas
This is not how the GM thought this season would go but when asked recently if there might be a change in the future in the dugout GM Clark stated that "Stonewall Brock Fischer has this my support going forward and the team is a work in progress". GM Clark also said "that unless you read it in a offical press release from the team then it is all rumors thats it just rumors". This team can not seem to string together wins at all this year and with a record of 30-40 and 3-7 in the last 10 games so... - ChasClark76
June 16th, 2018 - Manager up to something AGAIN!! - Santa Rosa Yankees
Manager "Red" Ike Stover showed up in the locker room before today's final game hoping for a sweep of their 5-game series... WITH PURPLE HAIR! That's right, the team's sixty-year-old leader in the clubhouse now has 'neon purple' hair!! When asked why the change, he simply said, "I was hoping to build some momentum before the All-Star break and it seemed like the team is on a roll...but the real reason is: My grand-daughter thought I looked 'real Cool'. What could I do? A manager with a soft spot... - backstop