St. Paul Bruins

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Location: St. Paul, MN (Midwest)

League: VI.17 - East

Owner: lonzo send message
          [since August 24th 2017 | last seen October 17th 2017]

Manager: Alonzo DeLeon

Ballpark: St. Paul Stadium

Rank: #647 - Rating: 41.65

Fan Mood: 38.98

Prestige: 17

Color: Teal

Team Notes:

• Mar 08 2034: Lane Bain was signed as a free agent.
• Feb 19 2034: Moved to St. Paul.
• Aug 09 2033: Sung Ho Kim was signed as a free agent.
• Aug 09 2033: Alonzo DeLeon was hired as the new manager.
• Aug 09 2033: Roman Cohen was fired as manager.
• Jul 21 2033: Pablo Cortez was claimed off of waivers.
• Jul 16 2033: Abelardo Ocampo was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 25 2033: Luis Galvan was claimed off of waivers.
• Jun 20 2033: Caleb Norberg was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 08 2033: Jesse Sommer was claimed off of waivers.

League Record:

Wins: 0 Losses: 0 Pct: .000 Last10: 0-0 Streak: -

Ave: 0.0 - 0.0 RS: 0 RA: 0 DIFF: 0


Group 5 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Feb 19 2034: Duces Tulsa - by lonzo on October 13th, 2017

"After a long 2033 season the bombers have decided to leave Tulsa, OK for St. Paul, MN." was all a rep for team owner Lonzo had to say. Rumors were abound that the team would be relocating after new owner had continued clashes with local media and even city officials. Fans were scarce towards the end of the season, something that reportedly did not sit well with the new management. "From day one we've been battling a huge budget deficit, sure fans don't care about all that but the reality was that the sustainability of the organizations track was not possible, so we hit the reset button, in a big way" one anonymous front office executive explained in an interview after the initial announcement was made. As for Tulsa, its baseball future is uncertain but as for Lonzo and the newly minted Bruins, St. Paul awaits.

Aug 09 2033: Cohen Fired Effective Immediatly - by lonzo on September 13th, 2017

"He gone" Lonzo said at a press release this morning. "I called Roman this morning and told him that the teams performance over the past couple of months is straight embarrassing and he's fired" According to sources close to the situation GM Lonzo texted Cohen during the top half of the 9th inning Tuesday and said, "If the Catfish score another run this inning then you're fired!" Sure enough the Catfish scored not once but 3 times.

"Look, Cohen is my bro, but we had to downgrade him to a fan" said Lonzo after the 4am press conference. We highly doubt that Roman Cohen is a fan of the Lonzo led Tulsa Bombers.

The Bombers look to continue this disaster of a season tonight as they take on the El Paso Mustangs.

Jul 16 2033: Bombers Continue to Bomb - by lonzo on September 6th, 2017

Since taking ownership Lonzo's Tulsa Bombers are a historically pathetic 4-33. "This team is a joke man" said a season ticket holder who wished to remain anonymous. When pressed on the issue Lonzo said, "Look man, we had to turn this clubhouse on its side. Its a process but through this whole deal we're gonna gain new team leaders and captains...Tulsa must relearn how to win ballgames." The one upside to this disaster of a season is the fact that Tulsa's youngsters are getting plenty of experience on the major league stage, and it should be mentioned that the payroll cuts have more than balanced the budget. The team is finally making money again. "This will payoff in the long run" Lonzo said. He certainly has made a huge splash, a few enemies, and some significant political rivals since coming to Tulsa, but if things work out like Lonzo believes they will he will be a hero in this city.

Jun 08 2033: New Ownership Bolsters Lineup - by lonzo on August 27th, 2017

Tulsa baseball has a new look. After carrying the Cardinals namesake for the last decade or so, new owner Lonzo has brought back the original "Tulsa Bombers" name. Lonzo said, "I hate the cardinals, they ain't even no bird of prey". Fans had mixed reactions. "What the hell am I supposed to do with all this Tulsa Cardinals gear!?" one upset spectator said upon arriving to Tulsa Stadium in seemingly the wrong attire.
The name isn't the only, or biggest change for that matter. Day 1 Lonzo made 33 roster moves and also fired long-term manager Christian Agosto. Sources say Lonzo broke the news to him at a meet and greet 20 minutes before the first pitch. "Look this team is broke, we don't have the money to be paying managers millions of dollars." Or players for that matter as virtually every player over the age of 26 was cut. At this point the future of Tulsa baseball is uncertain at best