Binghamton Bobcats

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Team: Binghamton Bobcats [ID #259] Bookmark Binghamton Bobcats

Location: Binghamton, NY (Northeast)

League: IV.4 - East

Owner: mjhack send message
          [since October 17th 2015 | last seen November 11th 2019]

Manager: Tad Ritchey

Ballpark: Bobcat Den

Rank: #175 - Rating: 132.54

Fan Mood: 119.06

Prestige: 16

Color: Orange

Team Notes:

• Mar 01 2043: Daniel Mercado was released.
• Feb 19 2043: Bae Kim was signed as a free agent.
• Feb 19 2043: Wally Esposito was signed as a free agent.
• Jan 15 2043: Larry Thomas was released.
• Oct 16 2042: Teddy Hightower was released.
• Aug 04 2042: Andrés Vera was claimed off of waivers.
• Jul 23 2042: Esteban Calderón was released.
• Jul 23 2042: Alfonso Martinez was released.
• May 21 2042: Richard Mahoney was released.
• May 21 2042: Larry Thomas was signed as a free agent.

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:

Apr 29 2034: Housecleaning begins - by mjhack on November 1st, 2017

Longtime vets 2B/OF Matias Correa and OF Carlos Juarez were released soon after the management change today. The moves apparently were made to clear roster space for youngsters on their way up from the minors as no viable free agents appear to be available.Fans are hoping that this is more of a reload than a rebuild.

Apr 28 2034: Panic Time - by mjhack on November 1st, 2017

Today the Binghamton Bobcats released longtime manager Jesus Benevides and hired Dick Dixon. After one of the slowest starts in history and languishing in last place, owner mjhack made the change. "Bla bla bla... can't fire the whole team." was the gist of the announcement. The Bobcats were poised to be competitive for the pennant this year, but little has worked. Free Agent signee Arnold has done well as the new closer, and the hitting has been acceptable, but the overall pitching has been a major disappointment. With the expected loss of ace John "On" Call for over a month, drastic action was expected. A definite panic move, but a necessary one.