Rancho Cucamonga Chili Peppers






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Team: Rancho Cucamonga Chili Peppers [ID #317] Bookmark Rancho Cucamonga Chili Peppers

Location: Rancho Cucamonga, CA (West)

League: IV.8 - West

Owner: Noodle send message
          [since February 15th 2016 | last seen May 26th 2018]

Manager: Joe Clay

Ballpark: Rancho Cucamonga Field

Rank: #87 - Rating: 173.52

Fan Mood: 132.53

Prestige: 36

Color: Red & Gold

Team Notes:

• Mar 14 2036: Martín Escobedo was released.
• Mar 12 2036: Enrique Chavarria was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 09 2036: Jamie Merritt was released.
• Mar 08 2036: Jamie Merritt was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 06 2036: Henry Bocchi was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 04 2036: Jaime Gamez was released.
• Mar 04 2036: Logan Gill was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 04 2036: José Luis Gonzales was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 04 2036: Martín Escobedo was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 02 2036: Santiago Diaz was released.


League Record:

Wins: 10 Losses: 4 Pct: .714 Last10: 7-3 Streak: W1

Ave: 6.1 - 3.9 RS: 86 RA: 55 DIFF: +31

Cup:

Group 55 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Nov 01 2035: End of season report. - by Noodle on May 3rd, 2018

After finishing the 2035 campaign with a solid 2nd place in the West, GM Noodle is happy with the direction the team is headed in for the first time in a few seasons.
Long time stalwart Harold Morgan is set to call it a career. Rafael Messina looks primed to take up spot in the rotation.
Both catchers will be the roster will be turning 35 next season so they will have to be evaluated.
Either then thatgoing forward it's internal improvements that are going to be needed if this team wants to get back to div 3.


Oct 22 2033: Another disappointing season. - by Noodle on October 2nd, 2017

As the 2033 season wraps up Rancho Cucamonga ended up in a transition year. As the core started to age the strategy at the start of the season was to retool and take a shot at winning the division.

Unfortunately father time took his toll on some of the established veterans as there bats went silent. The veterans that GM Noodle signed in the offsets on didn't pan out either.

This forced plan B. Bring up the kids and get there feet wet in the majors. Predictably this ended up with mixed results but should bear well for the future.

So down to division 4 I go where at least now I should be better positioned to field a competitive team.


Jul 23 2031: Mid season report. - by Noodle on April 8th, 2017

At just past the halfway mark of the season things are clearly not going well for the Rancho Cucamonga Chili Peppers.

With an overall team slash line of 230/292/375 something had to give. Sadly GM Noodle had to say good bye to some veterans of the club. Expect more changes to come in the near future as the team goal is to get younger for a quick retool.


Nov 04 2030: III.3 champs - by Noodle on February 16th, 2017

Against all odds and logic the Rancho Cucamonga Chili Peppers are officially crowned III.3 champions!
The parade will be scheduled for this weekend on Main St. downtown Ranco Cucamonga! Get your lawn chairs ready.


Jan 15 2030: New Season, New name, same old pitching issues. - by Noodle on December 3rd, 2016

GM Noodle decided to move the team from Belleville to Rancho Cucamongo. The reason? "It sounds cooler" is what Noodle was quoted saying.

Besides relocation GM Noodle is busy trying to rebuild the pitching staff in an attempt to be competitive in div 3. An aging pitching staff forced the release of three veteran arms in an attempt to get to get younger. Here's hoping we get lucky with waiver claims. We are going to need it or I'm in for a long season!