North Port Knights
Team: North Port Knights [ID #12]
North Port, FL (Southeast)
[since July 28th 2014 | last seen October 18th 2017]
Rank: #106 - Rating: 168.49
Navy & Gold
Feb 18 2034: Brandon Douglas
Nov 03 2033: Brad Frost
Nov 03 2033: Rodney Webster
Nov 03 2033: Gary Wolf
Jun 26 2033: Gary Wolf
was signed as a free agent.
Mar 05 2033: Pedro Villegas
Oct 28 2032: Vince Caputo
Apr 10 2032: Hugh Caruthers
Mar 02 2031: Del Davis
was hired as the new manager.
Mar 02 2031: Mario Reece
was fired as manager.
Wins: 0 Losses: 0 Pct: .000 Last10: 0-0 Streak: -
Ave: 0.0 - 0.0 RS: 0 RA: 0 DIFF: 0
[0 | Still Alive]
Jun 15 2023: North Port Stuns Austin; Takes 4 of 5
- by cqk328 on July 15th, 2015
With this being North Port's 10th straight season in League VI.29 (their 5th under the leadership of cqk328), there is one thing the team knows that has always been constant in this league: the West is better than the East. This definitely showed last year, as the West contained 5 teams over .500, while Independence, the mediocre East's division winner, was 80-80. However, North Port's hard work in player development and focus on a balance between pitching, hitting, and fielding may finally be paying off. In the opening series of inter-divisional play, the Knights dropped only one game to the then 31-19 Ravens. The manager takes full responsibility for the Game 5 loss. "I made a late starting pitcher change hours before gametime," he said. "Mad Dog Martin has been our setup guy recently, so he probably wasn't ready to start on such short notice." North Port is looking very good this year, as they are 28-27 and are the only team besides Summerville with a positive run differential. Today the Knights are in Coeur d Alene to take on the Indians. Vince Caputo (6-1, 2.09 ERA) will be on the hill, while the Indians will start lefty Javier Lozano (2-6, 4.25 ERA).
Jul 14 2021: Halfway Point
- by cqk328 on February 17th, 2015
80 games down, 80 to go. Man, these seasons go by so fast...Anyway, can't believe I'm saying this, but the Knights are 2 games over .500 headed into the All-Star break. I knew the 23-9 start was only a fluke, but this is still much better than I expected this team to do this year. Why are we better? Let's see.
This year's starting rotation, particularly Thomas and Aguilar, has matured much quicker than expected. Unfortunately, elbow soreness prevents Aguilar from making an All-Star appearance that he would most likely get, but Thomas should definitely get the nod. His 8-7, 3.50 ERA does not tell the whole story. Although this year's offense is much better than anything I have gotten in three years as GM, he has had to endure nights where the bats were simply extinct. With 10 years in the system now, he deserves a second nomination to the team. Hopefully the rotation will continue to improve as we attempt to bring playoff baseball to North Port.
Generally, this team's offense had been lethargic for years. However, last year's team showed signs of life in the last 20 games, and this has continued into 2021. Obviously, you cannot forget Dennis White, who leads the league in average at .345. Ottenello and Rojas have also been influential, with 12 and 10 HR's respectively. I believe that although our offense is impressive, it could still be much better. To make the playoffs, our offense still needs to mature in a hurry.
Jul 14 2021: Double Post...Sorry
- by cqk328 on February 17th, 2015
Mar 02 2021: Okay so I'm the only non not left in my division...
- by cqk328 on January 9th, 2015
Is this good or bad??
Jun 20 2020: I think I may have a candidate for worst bullpen appearance ever
- by cqk328 on November 20th, 2014
Luckily, I was on the offensive side.
Cleveland 10, Lyndcrest Woods 2
Top 9th: Cleveland
James takes the mound to pitch.
Morton pops out to second base.
White hits a double to left field.
Hornsby hits a single to left field. White comes in to score.
Portillo hits a double to right field. Hornsby advances to third base.
Osorio is intentionally walked.
O`Donnell hits a single to right field. Hornsby comes in to score. Portillo advances to third base. Osorio advances to second base.
James throws a wild pitch. Portillo comes in to score. Osorio advances to third base. O`Donnell advances to second base.
Griffey draws a walk.
Knight strikes out.
Kaufman is hit by the pitch. Osorio comes in to score.
Morton hits a single to center field. O`Donnell comes in to score. Griffey comes in to score. Kaufman advances to third base.
White reaches on an error by short stop Jacobs. Kaufman comes in to score. Morton advances to second base.
Hornsby hits a double to right field. Morton comes in to score. White comes in to score.
Portillo grounds to second base. Portillo is thrown out at first by Randall.
Cleveland 19, Lyndcrest Woods 2