May 03 2039: New Manager - John "Jack" Frost - by sheish on January 18th, 2019
After a disappointing 12-15 start to the season the Stallions regretfully decided to part ways with skipper Jason White. Despite successfully promoting the Stallions and keeping them in V.4 with a 126-95 record over 2 seasons, the Stallions management has decided to hire 13 year coach Mr Frost.
John Frost has won over 1000 games at above .500 ball in 13 seasons at 5 clubs in his career in many levels from LL1 to LL6. The Stallions can hope his expertise in pitching can help the club now, whilst his player development skills can keep the club successful in the long-term with 8 of 13 position player having graduated from minor league affiliates of the Stallions.
May 17 2038: Cup Success - by sheish on November 6th, 2018
For the first time in the reign at the help of the Stallions, STW reached the knockout stage of the cup.
Led by Edgardo Cruz with the bat and Hajime Takagi, STW hope to cause more upsets in this miraculous run.
Nov 04 2037: 2037 Season End - by sheish on October 5th, 2018
What a fantastic season the STW Stallions had.
-Won the V1.7 East and 99 games in a season.
-Duran&Seward both receive MVP votes.
-Duran&Cruz get all-league. Seward gets absolutely
STW 2037 PlayerOTY - Pedro Duran
STW 2037 PitherOTY - Bernardo Prieto
STW 2017 ROTY - Steve Quinlan
STW 2037 SurpriseOTY - Ricky Clark (lockdown closer)
Sep 12 2037: New Manager - Jason White - by sheish on September 21st, 2018
It is with sadness that Zach Mantovani had to be fired as Stallions manager this morning. Having led the lead to a 317-289 record over the rebuilding years is great, but it's time for the club to move on.
The Stallions are locked in a gripping pennant race in the East (only 1.5 games up). With that in mind the club have hired rooked manager Jason White. He puts us in a more win-now mode to lock down the pennant race and chase the elusive VI.7 championship and promosion to V
May 06 2032: Injury bug sweeps Stillwater - by sheish on June 3rd, 2017
Veteran started Jerry Wells tore his labral and is due to miss around 4 to 5 of his starts.
Closer flamethrower Pedro Montejo injured his throwing hand and will miss the series against Feyetville.
Young catcher Barry Love had a slight problem with his calm and will sit the first game with Nelson taking over catching duties.
Unfortunately an injury to Dean Picco led to his release and the GM quickly brought in 3 free agent picthers to sure up the bullpen and rotation, after Brito had to go 7 IP giving 12 ER, causing STW to lose a cup game, due to bullpen overload and injury.
Also, 3 prospects were send packing from their minor league affiliates as the GM thought their build wasn't suited to what the ball club is looking for.