North Charleston Rebels

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Location: North Charleston, SC (Southeast)

League: VI.1 - East

Owner: Dinoman360 send message
          [since February 09th 2017 | last seen August 16th 2018]

Manager: Alonzo Hidalgo

Ballpark: North Charleston Stadium

Rank: #545 - Rating: 60.72

Fan Mood: 97.79

Prestige: 5

Color: Red & Gray

Team Notes:

• May 01 2037: Stuart Stratton was signed as a free agent.
• May 01 2037: Gene Hancock was signed as a free agent.
• May 01 2037: Casey Jeffrey was signed as a free agent.
• May 01 2037: Wilson Bradford was signed as a free agent.
• May 01 2037: Nam Il Hyong was signed as a free agent.
• May 01 2037: Teddy Weiss was signed as a free agent.
• May 01 2037: Troy Paul was signed as a free agent.
• Apr 21 2037: Sean Grasso was signed as a free agent.
• Apr 21 2037: Wesley Potter was signed as a free agent.
• Apr 21 2037: Álvaro García was released.

League Record:

Wins: 15 Losses: 14 Pct: .517 Last10: 6-4 Streak: W2

Ave: 6.4 - 6.1 RS: 185 RA: 178 DIFF: +7


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Press Releases:

Apr 25 2037: Solid pitching - by Dinoman360 on August 15th, 2018

Early indications suggest the pitching changes may work. Grasso had a very good outing despite losing the game. Manager Alonso Hildago said, "I left him in too long." Dlyan Moore and Wesley Potter both pitched great and got the wins. Tonight the veteran Ralph Fabris gets his 1st start.

Apr 21 2037: Pitching woes - by Dinoman360 on August 14th, 2018

Although we are in a financial bind and in a rebuilding phase, we are playing good baseball. At least the offense is. We are not going to simply throw this season away. It's clear we have the hitting to be very competitive, but we desperately need pitching. We've decided to cut as much salary as possible, the sooner we can start being competitive in the free agent market the sooner it'll get better. In the mean time we've brought in veterans Sean Grasso and Wesley Potter to hopefully keep us in ballgames. "Marshall" Dylan Moore, a 24 yr old prospect, will also get his 1st starts. Hopefully it will be his 1st of a long successful career. If all goes well these moves will help give the offense a better chance at winning games.

Mar 18 2037: Changes Galore - by Dinoman360 on August 5th, 2018

After several rough seasons the Kennesaw Raptors have decided it's time for a change. Starting with a change of leadership, new manager Alonzo Hildago explained it all at a press conference earlier this week:
"The club has decided to make some changes. We've relocated to N. Charleston SC, due in part to declining attendance. We are now the North Charleston Rebels. In addition to new town, stadium, name and uniforms, there is also a new philosophy. The club has brought me in to obviously win, but more so to rebuild. We have released most of the veterans and the higher salaries that go with them. The vets that are left are still subject to being let go depending, not only on their performance, but the performance of the youngsters. My main focus is on the future. We really need pitching help and the vets to have a career season and the rookies to play well. Only time will tell how this rebuilding goes. I'm looking forward to the challenge and a good season."

Aug 20 2034: Shocking news! - by Dinoman360 on December 1st, 2017

Early today, manager Earl Hobbs announced he is stepping down as manager of the Raptors effective immediately. In a short press conference he stated it was for health reasons, and the club would be better off without him.

In the wake of the announcement, Kennesaw has hired Esteban De La Rosa as the interim manager and will most likely take the job full time. De La Rosa is well known for his ability to bring along young pitchers, which the club needs during the rebuilding process. Only time will tell if it will work out.

Sep 08 2033: Raptors struggle at the bank! - by Dinoman360 on September 21st, 2017

It's not only dinosaurs that have gone extinct in Kennesaw. The Raptors are facing an extinction of dallors. While being 20 games out of 1st, they are still in a tight battle for 2nd. "It's been a good year on the field," said Raptor's star Summers. "However, management looks things a little different. I'm kinda surprised and happy I haven't been released yet. I feel like I still have some good years left in me, and I'd love to finish my career here one day. With the financial situation being what it is, coupled with my age and salary, I doubt I'll be with the club next year. I hope I'm wrong." With the club releasing 4 star players in 1 day and early call ups from the minors, all the vets seem to feel the same way. Nobody's job seems safe, who knows how this is going to workout