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Team: Cedar Hill Bombers [ID #17] Bookmark Cedar Hill Bombers

Location: Cedar Hill, TX (Southwest)

League: V.7 - West

Owner: HoboMan6525 send message
          [since August 17th 2016 | last seen October 18th 2017]

Manager: Sonny McCormick

Ballpark: The Bomb Shelter

Rank: #204 - Rating: 123.30

Fan Mood: 105.09

Prestige: 14

Color: Red & Black

Team Notes:

• Mar 08 2034: Markus Wechsler was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 02 2034: Juan Pablo Chavarria was claimed off of waivers.
• Feb 19 2034: Marvin Greene was released.
• Feb 19 2034: Nicolás García was claimed off of waivers.
• Feb 19 2034: Manager John Roach was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Feb 08 2034: Armando Cornejo was signed as a free agent.
• Feb 08 2034: Abdul Siddiqui was signed as a free agent.
• Feb 08 2034: Lloyd Sexton was released.
• Feb 08 2034: Lloyd Sexton was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Jul 28 2033: Gus Walton was released.

League Record:

Wins: 0 Losses: 0 Pct: .000 Last10: 0-0 Streak: -

Ave: 0.0 - 0.0 RS: 0 RA: 0 DIFF: 0


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Press Releases:

Feb 19 2034: season opening press conference - by HoboMan6525 on October 12th, 2017

Cedar Hill manager Sonny McCormick spoke to the press today, one day before spring training begins. He began his talk with plans of expanding the Cedar Hill recruitment field to include more foreign programs. Cedar Hill has a long history of having rosters primarily containing Americans,Dominicans, and Japanese players. With opening topics like this McCormick could be hinting at more foreign players coming into the Cedar Hill ball club. McCormick then went on to announce the induction of both former closer Loyd Sexton and Former Manager John Roach to the Cedar Hill of Fame. McCormick had this to say on the loss of Sexton before the 2034 season.
"Hes been such a token of the team. It seems like more and more of these iconic players that were here when i first took over the team from Roach are starting to finish their last season. Especially in our pitching staff. Now that Sexton is gone and Yoo left last year it seems like all those great are slowly fading out of the club."
With the retirement of Loyd Sexton many are left to wonder who will take over the closer position for Cedar Hill. Most eyes are focused on Zachary Carlson or Justin Beaumont. After the latters performance last year Hes probably out of the question. Leaving Carlson with the role. Mccormick continued to talk about the strong Cedar Hill offense and Defense. Which was no surprise since that is something Cedar hill earns the right to brag about every season. Sadly for Cedar Hill he made no comments on the Bombers pitching which was also no suprise. Lastly McCormick had this to say about the west division competition this season. "Cedar Hill expects and is ready for a fierce competition for the top spot in west division. Last season there were 4 teams all within 5 games of the top spot so i expect a similar competition this season." After the conference Cedar Hill players congratulated McCormick on making it 5 years with the club. In those 5 years Mccormick has led Cedar Hill to two consecutive league titles. Were looking forward to watching the Bombers for McCormicks 6th year.

Mar 25 2029: Opening Day press conference. - by HoboMan6525 on October 4th, 2016

New Cedar Hill manager ,sonny McCormick , made an opening day press conference today before the game began. The following?is a direct quote from his speech. "First off id like to take a moment to thank you all for coming down for opening day of the 2029 season! Next... id like to thank the great city of Portland for hosting us all these years. You've been great and we couldn't have done it without your loyalty. Sadly the move had to be made but i think it will work out better for all of us as the season continues. Now i think we can move on into business. So, first off i would like to say that i don't plan on being the same manager that Roach was. I don't think i could be if i wanted to he was truly one of a kind but i do hope to make this team the best that it can be. Now with that out of the way id like to put some rumors to rest. As a few of you may know The diamond stars are breaking up. For those of you that don't know, the diamond stars are a group of 4 players who were team mvps, captains and were fan favorite and rightly so. So, sadly...yes both Julio nava and Al Norman will be leaving the team this year both will be carrying the others plaque to the Cedar Hill Hill of Fame after the game today where we will have their induction ceremonies. Julio Nava will throw the first pitch and Al Norman will be helping announce during todays game. Now next up id like to move on to our spring training wrap up. We finished strong, we tested a new pitching rotation, new fielding combos, and welcomed new players. We signed several free agents who we believe will only make us stronger. Young AAA player Gabriel Whitten got a chance at the big league's and i can say that he made a good impression because hell be pitching in the majors this season. I think our pitching is the best its ever been, our defense solid, and our offense will be just as good. I think we will go far this year and be just as competitive. I think we couldve won last year had it not been for Iowa City who Seemed to stump us at every turn. I can tell you now , that will not happen again and that this year, if you, our fans, believe it, we will win the league! Thank you and enjoy the game!"

Aug 31 2028: welcome to the big leagues - by HoboMan6525 on August 30th, 2016

more of Portland's devoted fans may already be aware but at the beggining of last week Portland manager ,John Roach, welcomed 2 new AAA ballplayers to the major leagues the first of which, cneterfielder Patrick Richards, made his debut during the third game of the last series with Mount Prospect. "He did well for his first game. He will be no good to us at the plate, however he offers a strong and solid defense in centerfield. sadly we cant afford to replace Galvan or Arnold for very long. both of them are getting older and may be leaving the club in the next few years. At that point i could see Richards stepping up to play centerfield." said manager John Roach. The other player who has been brought uo from AAA is young starting pitcher Jake Justice who made his major league debut on Aug. 26, in the first game of a series with lake oswega, a game that Portland won. Justice pitched for 5 2/3 inning during which he surrendered 5 hits and 1 run,a home run by Chavez of lake Oswega. "the pressure of stepping up to the mound for the first time in a big league game was nerve racking. i was shaking to my bones. i felt as if i would cause an earth quake. Yoo gave me a few calming words before the game and i clung to them for the next 5 innings. when the coach came up to take me out he shook my hand and patted my back. he told i could walk off the field with my head held high and when i reached the dug out i was met with approving faces and warm slaps on the back." said Jake Justice in a postgame interview. we look forward to seeing how these 2 young ballplayers will fair in the major leagues.

Jul 16 2028: Working towards a solid future - by HoboMan6525 on August 18th, 2016

The Portland cobras officially welcomed a new GM yesterday. Taking no time to settle in with the new team he immediately went to work. Although satisfied with the current Major League team his reaction to Portland's Minor leagues was dissatisfied to say the least. "Although This team has a strong backbone of professional players. i was disgusted that no work had been done to ensure the future of this team. Our professional players are getting up in age and i am concerned for the team when those stars are gone. i have now set my focus on preparing this team for the future. By welcoming young prospects ,such as De Rosa, we are ensuring the future of this ball club after our current stars are gone. I'm looking forward to a bright future with this club." said the new GM of the Portland ball club.