Charleston Catfish

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Team: Charleston Catfish [ID #624] Bookmark Charleston Catfish

Location: Charleston, SC (Southeast)

League: III.3 - East

Owner: WizKid send message
          [since June 30th 2015 | last seen December 15th 2017]

Manager: Lawrence Miller

Ballpark: Charleston Cathedral

Rank: #61 - Rating: 194.60

Fan Mood: 96.81

Prestige: 20

Color: Red Pinstripes

Team Notes:

• Mar 25 2034: Jody Schmidt was released.
• Feb 19 2034: Ernie Williams was released.
• Feb 19 2034: Chad Duffy was claimed off of waivers.
• Jan 15 2034: Gordon Frost was selected to the national team of Canada.
• Nov 04 2033: Raúl Cantu was released.
• Jan 15 2033: Benito Arreola was released.
• Jan 15 2033: Jimmy Gehrig was released.
• Nov 04 2032: Justin May was named the Rookie of the Year.
• Jul 16 2032: Rafael De La Rosa was released.
• Jul 16 2032: Mike Petty was claimed off of waivers.

League Record:

Wins: 82 Losses: 71 Pct: .536 Last10: 1-9 Streak: L4

Ave: 4.6 - 4.4 RS: 697 RA: 679 DIFF: +18


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Press Releases:

Oct 31 2023: Moore Bison Stampede to Division Title - by WizKid on August 19th, 2015

What a debut season for the WizKid, who took the reigns of the Moore Bison mid way through the season and led them to victory in Division VI.23.

Admittedly, the club was in a strong position in the standings by the time the WizKid took over - and it was a talented lineup that deserves all the credit for the impressive 103 win season. The club narrowly beat out Huntsville for the honor of promotion to LL5 next year.

The new manager handed out some awards in the champagne-soaked clubhouse after Moore's sweep over Alameda in the playoffs:

Team MVP : Rafael de la Rosa
The young leader of the club, De La Rosa played most of the season from the leadoff spot and hit .300 scoring 151 runs. He also led the team with 32 HR and 93 stolen bases, while playing solid defense at SS.

Silver Slugger : Pablo Correa
Correa was among the league leaders this season, batting .345 / .435 / .585 with 29 HR, 123 RBI, and 131 runs scored from the heart of the Moore lineup. He was also the club's ironman, starting 159 out of 160 league games.

Team Cy Young : Wayne Riley
The cornerstone of a young and wild Moore rotation, the veteran Riley posted one of his best seasons to date. The 34-year-old struck out 130 in 177 innings with a league-best 3.10 ERA en route to a 15 win season.

Playoff MVP : "Lightning" McQueen
The journeyman who found his way to Moore after playing for five other clubs in the past three seasons, McQueen got hot at the right time and was a blistering 9 for 14 (.643) during the four game playoff sweep. The outfielder blasted three home runs in the series, including the go-ahead shot in the deciding 4th game.