Mar 19 2050: Season 2050 Begins - by FatalityMCO on May 2nd, 2021
At the end of last season, we had the departure of the 37-year-old SS César Pinto, who announced his retirement. The Reds management appreciates the services provided.
We had the arrivals of the players.
2B Nicholas Tanner, 27 years old. There were good numbers for BC in League 6; 76 Games | .301 AVE | 6 HR | .892 OPS | 41 Hits
1B Nick Colson, 27 Years Old. He has never played professionally for any team, he is in his first season.
Pitcher Marco Peralta, 33-year-old veteran. There are good numbers for JON in League 5; 26 Games | 4.01 ERA | 4 Wins | 7 Holds | .165 VRHB | .234 BAA
Nov 02 2049: 2049: The best season in the history of the club. - by FatalityMCO on April 16th, 2021
With an incredible campaign, Compton Reds achieves a 103 wins and 57 losses, with a Run Differential of +250, achieves its Best Campaign in all history, also winning the Division title, unfortunately we were unable to obtain the League title in Play -Offs.
For comparison, in 2024 the club using the name Tucson Raiders got a 103-57, but with "only" +226 in the Run Differential. And the last winning season in the League was 92-68 with RD +137 in 2035. And the last time we won was Division in 2041 with 93-67, RD +129.
Nov 02 2049: Adrián Diaz Rookie of the Year and Six Players All-League. - by FatalityMCO on April 16th, 2021
Pitcher Adrián "Loco" Diaz won a tight vote to be the RoTY of the season, he had enrollable numbers being a relivier player. 10 wins, 2 Saves, 9 Holds, just 2 losses. It only sold 19 Races, 34 Walks and 4 HomeRuns in 81 Entries. Your ERA was just 2.11 | BAA: .202 | The use of right-handed hitters against him was only VRHB: .170
We also had some players chosen for the All-League.
Pitcher Roberto Bravo who was chosen for the first time in his career.
Catcher Luis Corrales and OF Blake Boyce, who for the second time in a row make a doubles being All-Star and All-League.
1B Brent Merrill and 3B Dennis Scholl also achieved the Double Being All-Star and All-League, both being the first time in their careers.
Mar 10 2048: Pat Black's retirement - by FatalityMCO on November 24th, 2020
Pat Black's retirement. After 15 seasons of dedication to the Compton Reds, he retired and was already directly nominated for the Hall of Fame.
In 15 seasons, he was 8 times an All-Star, 5 times All-League, 2 times MVP, Rookie of the year, he leads several statics and is part of several in the TOP 10.
We from the club management, on behalf of the fans and affiliates, thank you for the services provided.