Amarillo Wranglers

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Team: Amarillo Wranglers [ID #279] Bookmark Amarillo Wranglers

Location: Amarillo, TX (Southwest)

League: V.10 - West

Owner: CoryCates send message
          [since August 05th 2015 | last seen January 26th 2021]

Manager: Terry Stratton

Ballpark: Texas Panhandle Park

Rank: #372 - Rating: 88.26

Fan Mood: 85.31

Prestige: 36

Color: Red & Blue

Team Notes:

• Aug 09 2048: Jaime Cisneros was released.
• Aug 09 2048: Lyle Hardman was released.
• Aug 09 2048: Donny Deloach was signed as a free agent.
• Aug 09 2048: Craig Zimmer was signed as a free agent.
• Jul 16 2048: Paul Lockwood was released.
• Jul 16 2048: Voshon Burns was released.
• Jul 16 2048: Ángel Lopez was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 15 2048: Joel Sprague was claimed off of waivers.
• May 14 2048: Francisco Macias was claimed off of waivers.
• May 10 2048: Ted Culp was claimed off of waivers.

League Record:

Wins: 73 Losses: 87 Pct: .456 Last10: 5-5 Streak: L1

Ave: 4.9 - 5.4 RS: 783 RA: 864 DIFF: -81


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Press Releases:

Jun 27 2042: Quiles and Caruso Enter Wranglers Hall - by CoryCates on September 20th, 2019

11 time All-Star Andres Quiles who was a part of 5 Amarillo Wrangler championships along with former 19 year manager Bobby "The Brain" Caruso were inducted into the Amarillo Wranglers Hall of Fame.

Quiles is the all-time franchise leader in career batting average (.312) and career on-base percentage (.398). He played 13 years, and is known as the greatest player to ever wear a Wrangler's uniform.

Caruso managed for 19 years taking the team to 6 league championship series, winning 5 of them including back-to-back the 2033-2034 seasons.

Aug 25 2031: Brad Logan Inducted To HOF - by CoryCates on April 15th, 2017

Brad Logan becomes the 2nd player to receive the honor of being inducted into the team Hall of Fame. When you think speed in this franchise, everyone will tell you, Brad Logan was the fastest in Amarillo Wrangler history. He holds the all-time franchise record for career stolen bases at 667.

Congratulations Brad Logan, welcome to the Amarillo Wrangler Ring of Honor.

Apr 25 2030: Amarillo Press Release(Singleton to HOF) - by CoryCates on December 27th, 2016

At the May 7th game against Corvallis a special presentation will happen before the first pitch at PanHandle Park. The Amarillo Wranglers will induct their first inductee to the Hall Of Fame.

Earl Singleton will receive his plaque commemorating his induction to the Hall. Earl is from Yonkers, NY and played from 2005-2019 for the Wranglers(then the McKinney Longhorns). Earl was a 7 time All-Star, who leads the Wranglers in career HR's(322), career doubles(514), and career OPS(.865). Earl is also 2nd for career batting average at .286, and second career for RBI's(1192).

Congratulations and we hope to see you at the game May 7th for this special honor given to Earl Singleton.

Nov 04 2028: 2028 VI.19 Champions - by CoryCates on September 15th, 2016

It took all 7 games, but the Amarillo Wranglers won the championship over the Manchester Falcons. Manager Bobby Caruso was ecstatic. "The ownership had a 5 year plan, and I'm just glad that the players and I could come through and make that plan a reality. Even better we got our revenge on Manchester from 2025."

This is only the 2nd championship ever for Amarillo, and the first since 2006, some 22 seasons ago.

Oct 24 2028: Historic Season for Amarillo - by CoryCates on September 13th, 2016

In any given year, any given league, any season, the Amarillo Wranglers had never won more than 101 games since becoming a team. That all changed this season as the Wranglers ended the season with a regular season franchise record of 111 wins, with only 49 defeats. The Wranglers go into the championship series with high hopes as they face the team that defeated them in the 2025 championship...the Manchester Falcons.

There have also been some interesting story lines for individuals on the 2028 Amarillo Wranglers. Right fielder Sebastian Quinones set a franchise single season record for batting average at .334 (previous record .332) among qualified batters.

Starting pitcher Fabian Pineda set a franchise single season record for wins at 21 (previous record 20) among qualified pitchers.

Closer Marcus Carr was only one save away from matching the VI.19 League record for saves, but came up one short with 52. His 52 saves were more than enough to set a franchise record as it was 45 previously.