Baseball News

April 15th, 2019 - Celebrate Jackie Robinson Day!
Today is the 72nd anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s major league debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Today we celebrate Jackie Robinson Day!

March 31st, 2019 - Age 16 free agents nuked
There were a number of free agents that were actually just test players, but inadvertently got released into the free agent pool. There were intended to be retired, but somehow the logic didn't quite work. A few of the more talent players were picked up by lucky teams – but these players aren’t valid or complete, so they must remain retired. I have made their ages appropriate for retired players and am allowing their teams to release these players on their own time line. Apologize for the misunderstanding & inconvenience.

Press Releases

April 17th, 2019 - Youth Movement Begins in Biloxi - Biloxi Athletics
With the announcement of three star fielders retiring at the end of the season, management has begun rebuilding the Athletics with younger, faster and more athletic players. According to veteran first year manager George Howells, "It's time to give the young guys a chance to shine in the majors. There may be some lean years ahead but I promise an exciting brand of baseball."
  - ryansrats

April 15th, 2019 - Early Shower, No April Flowers for Milo Metalbat - Atlantic City Broadwalkers
In a highly "questionable" BB Cup scheduling matchup, Atlantic City was, for the second year in a row, forced to play a road series with the Dayton Hawks at their decrepit ballpark located directly adjacent to the Greater Ohio Waste Management Facility. Unfortunately, the Broadwalkers neglected to adequately equip themselves with sufficient numbers of SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus). "It was an extremely ugly and odoriferous encounter!" growled AC owner and GM, Milo Metalbat. "We we...
  - metalbat13

April 13th, 2019 - Viking Funeral for Erik the Red; Sanchez New Manager in Racine - Racine Bombers
With the Racine Bombers playing listless baseball and facing the very real threat of relegation, longtime manager Erik Rogers has been relieved of his duties, Gery Woelfel reports. Rogers had been in the midst of his twelfth year as the Bombers' skipper, and had led Racine to a pair of LL VI championships during his tenure, but owner 95th Cub had reportedly become increasingly frustrated by the club's inability to rise above LL V, as well as the lackluster development of the club's prospects und...
  - 95th Cub