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Team: San Luis Obispo Turtles [ID #63] Bookmark San Luis Obispo Turtles

Location: San Luis Obispo, CA (West)

League: IV.6 - West

Owner: Geech send message
          [since January 12th 2014 | last seen December 06th 2019]

Manager: Jacob Hardy

Ballpark: Turtle Field

Rank: #197 - Rating: 126.42

Fan Mood: 111.81

Prestige: 11

Color: Green

Team Notes:

• Oct 12 2042: Chris Wilkinson was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Aug 19 2042: Seung Yeoul Baek was released.
• Jun 24 2042: Matias Noriega was released.
• May 17 2042: Chris Wilkinson was released.
• Apr 08 2042: Matthew Avery was released.
• Apr 07 2042: Seung Jang was released.
• Feb 19 2042: Bill Wren was claimed off of waivers.
• Jan 22 2042: Marc Grace was released.
• Nov 04 2041: Jong Soo Um was named the Rookie of the Year.
• Jun 25 2041: Ye Jun Ahn was released.

League Record:

Wins: 37 Losses: 28 Pct: .569 Last10: 6-4 Streak: W1

Ave: 5.5 - 4.7 RS: 358 RA: 306 DIFF: +52


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Press Releases:

Oct 28 2040: SLO Turtles achieve team milestone in 2040! - by Geech on May 21st, 2019

The San Luis Obispo Turtles set a new team milestone in 2040 by winning 92 games at league level 4! Although this resulted in a third place finish this season, this is the highest number of wins in a league higher than level 6 in team history.

The previous high was 90 wins in league V.11 set in 2016 and matched in 2017. The highest number of wins in level 4 was 85 wins in 2018, in league IV.6.

Said new team manager Hardy, "We feel this success was driven largely by the great work my predecessor did in emphasizing the farm system over the past several seasons. Going forward, we want to maintain that level of development, while implementing some stronger programs at the major league level as well."

May 17 2034: San Luis Obispo advance in Cup play! - by Geech on November 6th, 2017

The SLO Turtles are pleased to announce that they have advanced in the Cup for the first time under current ownership. The Turtles went 13-7 in the first round of Cup play, good for second in their group. The previous season in which they advanced was 2027, when they were known as the Sluggers. Geech became the team owner in the final months of the 2030 season.

Said manager Jack Harwood, "It's a real testament to how the team has developed and improved over the years. A lot of these young players have stepped forward to contribute in big ways."

The fans have flocked to San Luis Obispo Stadium during the cup games, and the players are excited about it. "We can't wait to take on the Grand Junction Jets!" declared first baseman Natale.

Nov 04 2032: Turtles name VI.22 playoff MVP! - by Geech on July 20th, 2017

After winning the League VI.22 championship, the San Luis Obispo Turtles have selected Toshi Iwasa as their playoff series MVP! Toshi hit .429/.500/.905 during the series, with a team-leading 3 HR. He won two "player of the game" awards, also the most on the team.

Congratulations to Toshi and the rest of the Turtles on a successful conclusion to a great season!

Nov 04 2031: Congratulations to the VI.22 RotY winners! - by Geech on May 5th, 2017

It's a Japanese youth invasion in San Louis Obispo! Japanese Players on the Turtles won both 2031 Rookie of the Year awards in League VI.22.

The position player Rookie of the Year winner is Toshi Iwasa. The Turtles' number one draft pick this year in 2031, Toshi came from Japan as a nearly fully-developed player and immediately became the team's starting DH. This right-handed batter hit .326/.428/.499 over more than 700 plate appearances. His fantastic approach at the plate allowed him to draw 110 walks compared to 95 strikeouts.

An honorable mention goes to the Turtle's third baseman Chris Wilkinson who came in third in the RotY voting. The Turtle's #3 draft pick from 2027, this RHB hit .289/.345/.485 over more than 600 PA.

The pitching Rookie of the Year winner is Tatsuki Yamazaki. Tatsuki was the number seven draft pick from 2025, and he broke into the majors in a big way with a 13-3 record and a 3.71 ERA over 133 1/3 innings pitched. This left-handed pitcher combines two dominant fastballs with a good curveball and a solid changeup.

Honorable mentions go to Matias Noriega and Shi Woo Jin, who were second and third in pitcher RotY voting. Matias was the Turtles' #2 draft pick in 2026, and the RHP went 9-6 with a 3.90 ERA in 129 1/3 innings. Shi was the Turtles' 10th round draft pick from 2030, and this RHP pitched effectively in relief this year, to the tune of a 2.60 ERA over 86 2/3 innings.

We're looking forward to watching all of these great young players contributing to the team in seasons to come!