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Team: Little Rock Travelers [ID #42] Bookmark Little Rock Travelers

Location: Little Rock, AR (South)

League: V.3 - West

Owner: Hatleyville send message
          [since April 05th 2016 | last seen December 13th 2017]

Manager: Russ Daniel

Ballpark: Little Rock Coliseum

Rank: #232 - Rating: 118.16

Fan Mood: 118.16

Prestige: 6

Color: Red & Black

Team Notes:

• Jul 16 2034: Carson Norton was released.
• Jul 16 2034: Carson Norton was claimed off of waivers.
• Jul 07 2034: Bon Hwa Lee was released.
• Jul 07 2034: Brett Ma was released.
• Jul 07 2034: Greg Gannon was claimed off of waivers.
• Jun 15 2034: Scotty Taylor was claimed off of waivers.
• May 31 2034: Russ Daniel was hired as the new manager.
• May 31 2034: Bryan Frank was fired as manager.
• Apr 25 2034: Federico Lozano was claimed off of waivers.
• Apr 21 2034: Theo Knight was claimed off of waivers.


League Record:

Wins: 75 Losses: 66 Pct: .532 Last10: 7-3 Streak: W6

Ave: 5.2 - 4.7 RS: 727 RA: 662 DIFF: +65

Cup:

Group 60 [1 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Sep 18 2034: Dodge is Perfect in Win - by Hatleyville on December 10th, 2017

Doug Dodge tossed the first perfect game in club history Saturday night against the Bartletsville Blue Jays. Dodge went 9 innings with no hits, no walks, no errors, and 3 Ks to remain perfect on the night. Getting Little Rock the win also helped to take the series. Little Rock needs to try to remain firmly in 3rd place the rest of the way so they won't have to flirt with relegation at season's end.

If someone would have said a LR pitcher would toss a perfect game this season, Dodge would most likely be further down the list of guesses. He was acquired as a free agent at the age of 22 when new ownership took over the club. He was mainly acquired to be a LR/SP5 that could chew up innings. However, he has proved useful over the years and exceeded expectations more often than not. Even this season, he started in the pen, but due to lackluster performances by the starters, found himself in a starting role again 1/4 of the way through the season.

If there is any one who deserves a perfect day, it's the work horse Doug Dodge who gives his all every trip to the mound. Congrats Doug!


Nov 04 2030: Travs Win! Promote for First Time in Team History - by Hatleyville on February 17th, 2017

For the past 30 seasons, the Little Rock baseball club is one of only a handful of teams to have never won their division, and thus never be promoted. That all changes this year. After not only winning their division, but also the league title, Little Rock is riding high and excited for the next challenge in V.4. "Of course I want us to win at the next level, but that's not my concern right now. This has been a hell of a ride this season, and I just want all the guys to know how proud I am of this accomplishment and for them to relish in this moment", said owner Hatleyville.

Hatleyville has been the owner for the past 4.5 seasons now - seasons that have all seen improvement. Oh, and it's not only the wins that have shown up during this time. The fans in Little Rock have been hungrier than ever. At the end of the 2030 season, Little Rock had the 4th highest fan mood across all of broken bat, and was selling the Coliseum out at a very high clip. Per the owner, "I believe some ballpark renovations are in order before next season."

Even with the success of this year, just trying to stay in V.4 next season will be a tall order for the Travs. The competition level increases pretty significantly and there is a 40% chance of being relegated back to VI before you even play your first game. When asked about the difficulty of increased competition, Owner Hatleyville had this to say:

"We've seen good teams get sent up before, only to be spit back out the following season. We aren't blind to it. However, we can only control our team, and so that is my priority. We really need this off-season to be kind to us. Go easy on our older guys and get lucky with a few waiver claims. Things we hope for every year, right? Regardless what happens, I'm just going to make sure that I give Manager Frank every possible tool available for us to be successful. Hard work breeds success, and you will never find a harder worker than this man talking to you right now."