Salem Chiefs

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Team: Salem Chiefs [ID #637] Bookmark Salem Chiefs

Location: Salem, OR (Northwest)

League: III.4 - West

Owner: None

Manager: Edgar Velasco

Ballpark: Salem Stadium

Rank: #78 - Rating: 182.80

Fan Mood: 82.81

Prestige: 34

Color: Orange

Team Notes:

• Jan 15 2035: Mateo Castaneda was selected to the national team of Venezuela.
• Jan 15 2035: Mario Alonzo was selected to the national team of Panama.
• Nov 04 2034: Zhihuan Su was released.
• Nov 04 2034: Rick Weber was released.
• Oct 08 2034: Bernie Taylor was released.
• Oct 08 2034: Victor Smith was released.
• Sep 12 2034: Bob Wilson was released.
• Sep 12 2034: Alan Norman was released.
• Aug 31 2034: Team relinquished by fatpen.
• Jan 15 2034: Zhihuan Su was selected to the national team of Taiwan.

League Record:

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

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


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Press Releases:

May 31 2032: Pharr says goodbye to Mueller and hello to new owner - by fatpen on June 9th, 2017

On game date May 29 Pharr welcomed a new owner to help turn around their season around. Fatpen had this to say about his new job," our team has struggled a lot this season, besides a very talented roster. We made some great plays but weren't consistent. As the new proud owner of Pharr, I believe that if we can rally around each other and really push ourselves, we can make this a legendary year for the Pharr Falcons!" The powerful words have not seemed to sink in yet, as the falcons sit at the bottom of their division with a depressing 17-26 record. But with over 100 games left in the season, anything can happen!#falconPride!

Oct 24 2030: Pharr bids farewell to veteran slugger Mueller - by Mesh77 on February 14th, 2017

After twelve seasons in Pharr and team records in at-bats, hits, doubles and runs scored, not to mention being second in career home runs and RBI, veteran second baseman Ryan Mueller announced his retirement after the Falcons last home game of the 2030 season.

"It's definitely emotional," said the veteran slugger, a seven-time All-Star, three-time All-League and one-time gold glove winner. "I hoped to just get a shot at the bigs, and to have played this long for such a great organisation as the Falcons has been a huge honor. I'm going home to California to grow oranges and lemons, but part of me will always belong to Texas."

Mueller becomes the sixth member of the Falcons Hall of Fame, and - like the others - had his #23 shirt retired by the ballclub.