Aug 14 2039: 400!! - by Charlie Foxtrot on February 14th, 2019
Josue Rosales hit his 400th home run in a losing effort this week to put an exclamation point on his hall of fame career. Rosales still needs 2 RBIs to get to 1200 for his career, has exactly 400 doubles to match his home runs and can hopefully finish the year without tarnishing his impressive .289 career average too much.
Jul 16 2039: Three away! - by Charlie Foxtrot on February 7th, 2019
Josue Rosales (OF/DH), the greatest Razorback of all time, just participated in his 10th all-star game and sits at 397 career home runs. Rosales has stated that this will be his last season in Folsom. No doubt he could be a useful player for a couple more seasons, but at 34 years of age, about to be the first 'Back in history to break 400 home runs and 1200 RBI's, he has little left to prove and little desire to come off the bench as a backup. The Cuban Missile is preparing himself for retirement while helping propel his team to a championship run. His records will stand for many years and his plaque will be first in line in the Hall.
Apr 03 2036: Rosales hits #300! - by Charlie Foxtrot on May 23rd, 2018
Josue Rosales hit his 300th home run in his 1367th game and followed that up two games later with his 301st, tying him with Randy Bruce for the franchise career record. Rosales has a few years left in his career and should leave Bruce far behind by the time his career with the 'Backs is over.
Sep 12 2029: Bruce hits #300! - by Charlie Foxtrot on November 17th, 2016
3B Randy Bruce hit home run numbers 300 and 301 in a 10-5 Razorbacks win. Bruce is the first Razorback to hit the milestone and also holds the team record for career RBI's. The team has stated that they won't be offering the 35 year-old third baseman a contract for next season but they look forward to inducting Bruce into the team Hall-of-Fame when he decides to retire.
Nov 04 2028: Folsom Wins! - by Charlie Foxtrot on September 15th, 2016
The Razorbacks take the championship series 4 games to 1 over the favourite Roanoke Orioles. Nicolas Orellana had four saves and a 1.29 era and was named Team MVP for the series.