Greenwood Gorillas






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Team: Greenwood Gorillas [ID #350] Bookmark Greenwood Gorillas

Location: Greenwood, TX (Southwest)

League: V.15 - West

Owner: ccdiorite send message
          [since March 20th 2016 | last seen June 04th 2020]

Manager: Chet Wang

Ballpark: Greenwood Field

Rank: #192 - Rating: 126.69

Fan Mood: 106.71

Prestige: 53

Color: Green Pinstripes

Team Notes:

• Aug 21 2045: Darren Stevens was claimed off of waivers.
• Jun 25 2045: Vicente Magana was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 15 2045: Álex Ontiveros was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 15 2045: Caleb Strong was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 10 2045: Jorge Cuevas was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 09 2045: Jesús Camarena was released.
• Jun 08 2045: Micheal Hill was claimed off of waivers.
• Jun 08 2045: Sota Yoshida was released.
• Jun 08 2045: Morris Cao was released.
• Jun 04 2045: Federico Ortega was claimed off of waivers.


League Record:

Wins: 83 Losses: 61 Pct: .576 Last10: 5-5 Streak: W1

Ave: 4.9 - 4.0 RS: 706 RA: 573 DIFF: +133

Cup:

Group 50 [0 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Nov 04 2044: Gorillas Win Championship - by ccdiorite on March 27th, 2020

The Greenwood Gorillas defeated the Wilkes-Barre Ravens 4 games to 1 to win the League VI.30 Championship. The Gorillas were led by League MVP Marcus Thigpen who had a stellar season batting .317 while driving in 144 runs and hitting 41 home runs.


Jan 15 2029: Greenwood Gorillas win division, advance to III.4 - by ccdiorite on September 18th, 2016

The Greenwood Gorillas will advance to division III.4 after dominating their division IV.7 West opponents with a franchise record 106 win season.
The team was then immediately humbled in the 4-1 division playoff loss to the Coral Gables Vultures.
The team hopes to remain competitive in their new division while continuing to develop their minor league players.
Good luck to everyone in the upcoming season. Lets play ball !!


Sep 17 2026: Neal throws no-hitter - by ccdiorite on March 26th, 2016

Downey Tigers manager Jeff Tucker was looking for a way to get his struggling ball club back on track and decided to make Justin Neal the starter just before game time. Neal proceeded to hit the first batter he faced, but then settled down to record a complete game no-hitter. Neal walked one and struck out 5 batters along the way while throwing 109 pitches. The teams hitters also responded with 10 runs in their best offensive output in some time. Manager Tucker was quoted as saying" Justin really had great control out there today and gave our ball club a much needed win."