Carson Hornets

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Team: Carson Hornets [ID #615] Bookmark Carson Hornets

Location: Carson, CA (West)

League: V.14 - West

Owner: dadkrachey send message
          [since May 11th 2018 | last seen January 04th 2019]

Manager: Kelly Clymer

Ballpark: Carson Stadium

Rank: #226 - Rating: 120.35

Fan Mood: 102.95

Prestige: 38

Color: Red & Blue

Team Notes:

• Mar 14 2039: Young Jae Pak was released.
• Jan 15 2039: Angel Peralta was selected to the national team of Cuba.
• Mar 14 2038: Hayato Yamashita was released.
• Jan 15 2038: Angel Peralta was selected to the national team of Cuba.
• Jun 08 2037: David Willis was released.
• May 06 2037: Álvaro García was claimed off of waivers.
• Jan 15 2037: Victor Bryan was released.
• Jan 15 2037: Ernesto Zepeda was selected to the national team of Guatemala.
• Jan 15 2037: Angel Peralta was selected to the national team of Cuba.
• Nov 04 2036: Angel Peralta was named the league MVP.

League Record:

Wins: 62 Losses: 65 Pct: .488 Last10: 7-3 Streak: W2

Ave: 4.9 - 5.2 RS: 620 RA: 655 DIFF: -35


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Press Releases:

Jun 08 2036: 19 game win streak - by dadkrachey on June 11th, 2018

The fans are turning out in droves to watch the Carson Hornets set historic levels as they currently have a 19 game win streak in the league. The starting pitching has been stellar throughout, and the bats continue to light up opposing pitchers.

Mar 10 2036: Hornets have a new owner - by dadkrachey on May 16th, 2018

The Carson Hornets welcome their new owner and have already seem some instant changes. A new manager was hired in Kelly Clymer. He has 9 years of experience in the big leagues and is ready to take the helm and get things rolling.

The new owner is definitely new at managing a professional baseball team. From inheriting money from his parents at a young age, he always dreamed of owning a major league baseball team and now he finally has the chance to do so. Being extremely analytical, he is ready to dig into the trenches and discover some raw talent and build the Hornets into a division leader.

Questions have been asked if the new owner has any plans on moving the team to the Midwest where he is from. "No Comment" was the repeated answer, which makes the news media skeptical that there might be plans in the works. With the amount of money available from the new owner, anything is possible.