Tombstone Red Devils






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Team: Tombstone Red Devils [ID #481] Bookmark Tombstone Red Devils

Location: Tombstone, AZ (Southwest)

League: VI.10 - West

Owner: GodsOfDeath send message
          [since February 26th 2016 | last seen December 11th 2017]

Manager: Darren Rowland

Ballpark: Tombstone Stadium

Rank: #257 - Rating: 111.80

Fan Mood: 119.95

Prestige: 6

Color: Red & Black

Team Notes:

• Sep 04 2034: Team acquired by GodsOfDeath.
• Sep 04 2034: Team relinquished by TheBa8e.
• Apr 21 2034: Ariel Lozano was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 16 2034: Kenji Jouda was released.
• Mar 16 2034: Khalish Lin was released.
• Mar 16 2034: Manchu Chiang was released.
• Mar 16 2034: Andy Meredith was released.
• Mar 16 2034: Tyler Ryan was released.
• Mar 08 2034: Demetrius Bagley was released.
• Mar 08 2034: Walt Mahoney was released.


League Record:

Wins: 87 Losses: 47 Pct: .649 Last10: 8-2 Streak: W1

Ave: 5.5 - 3.9 RS: 733 RA: 520 DIFF: +213

Cup:

Group 118 [0 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Aug 02 2031: "Evil" Evan Edwards - by TheBa8e on April 10th, 2017

Today, Tombstone announced the hiring of Evan Edwards as manager. At 42 years of age, Edwards is an even dozen years younger than former manager Carl Wells.

"We believe the players will better be able to relate to a younger guy in "Evil". He is a real student of the game," Press Secretary Armin Mossante stated to the media gathered at Tombstone's practice field.

Generally inconsistent, it is hoped Edwards will smooth out the Zombies play and see to promotion by season's end.

Edwards, who has yet to meet with reporters, was seen carrying hundreds of boxes into his new office.


Jan 22 2031: Young Ja Heo continues smoking hot streak - by TheBa8e on February 22nd, 2017

Zombies ace, Young Ja Heo, followed up his perfect game in the 2030 Playoffs with a one-hit, complete-game shutout for South Korea in game one of the World Classic against the Dutch squad.

South Korea advances with a three-game sweep.

2031 could be a huge year for young Young.


Nov 01 2030: History Made - by TheBa8e on February 15th, 2017

Today's game 5 box score for South Korean Ace, Young Ja Heo, shows 9 innings pitched, 7 strikeouts, 93 pitches needed and 69 of them were strikes.

That's right, winning game 5 and taking a series lead of 3-2 over rivals, Lexana, Young threw a PERFECT GAME.

As far as we know, that's the first in Tombstone Zombies team history!


Oct 16 2030: On the verge ... - by TheBa8e on February 11th, 2017

of clinching, the Tombstone Zombies set a franchise record for wins in a season at 109.
Their magic number stands at 1 and with seven games to go, the Zombies are hungry for more wins!

~The Count


Nov 01 2027: Red Devils Sweep Their Way to Title - by TheBa8e on June 22nd, 2016

Today the Tombstone Red Devils won their second title in franchise history, beating the Tupelo Pathers in 4 straight. Twice winning 9-5 in Tupelo, the Red Devils came home to Tombstone and finished with wins of 11-8 and 4-1.

This playoff victory means the Red Devils advance to LL V for the first time in 21 seasons. 2027 marks the first time the Red Devils finished with a winning record since 2018 and is the second best record in franchise history.

Led by starting aces Lee Sawyer (17-7) and Luis Abeyta (18-9), the Red Devils signed veteran Juan Alfaro off waivers in the off season to anchor the bullpen. And did he ever, notching 48 saves without blowing a single one. Alfaro and Sawyer were named All-Stars and perhaps Abeyta's second half is enough for all-league honors.

The unanimous team MVP is rookie, Khalish Lin. Leading the team with 13 Player of the Game Awards, Lin also led the League with 128 RBIs and hit 29 home-runs (tied for 7th in the league). Lin was Mr. Clutch, especially early in the season. He was honored as an All-Star, is the favorite for Rookie of the Year, a shoe-in for All-League and has an outside chance of claiming the MVP trophy. Did we mention he's a rookie?

Congratulations to all the Red Devil's staff and players for a championship finely (and finally!) won. Congratulations to Tupelo for taking the East title (see you guys again in inter-league!!). And finally, congratulations to all the fine managers of VI.9 for this a truly memorable season!

Well fought and good luck!