Bayonne Killer Bees






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Location: Bayonne, NJ (Northeast)

League: V.16 - East

Owner: wick send message
          [since February 26th 2018 | last seen December 09th 2018]

Manager: Cristian Quiroz

Ballpark: Under the Bayonne Bridge

Rank: #528 - Rating: 65.09

Fan Mood: 82.86

Prestige: 13

Color: Black & Yellow

Team Notes:

• Aug 31 2038: Antonio Aquirre was claimed off of waivers.
• Aug 31 2038: Sergio Fierro was claimed off of waivers.
• Aug 29 2038: Chris Dove was claimed off of waivers.
• Aug 25 2038: Bud Carter was signed as a free agent.
• Aug 19 2038: Sal Preston was claimed off of waivers.
• Aug 18 2038: Carlos Batista was released.
• Aug 13 2038: Ned Reeves was released.
• Aug 13 2038: Carlos Batista was signed as a free agent.
• Aug 07 2038: Ned Reeves was signed as a free agent.
• Aug 07 2038: Ricky Jacobsen was signed as a free agent.


League Record:

Wins: 53 Losses: 78 Pct: .405 Last10: 3-7 Streak: L2

Ave: 4.5 - 5.0 RS: 586 RA: 655 DIFF: -69

Cup:

Group 41 [1 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Aug 31 2020: Trenton Eagles Under New Ownership - by CptCommanche on December 9th, 2014

August 31st, 2020
Trenton, NJ


The Trenton Eagles are no longer the Eagles. The ballclub has been sold for an undisclosed price to Robert Biang, a long-successful entrepreneur from the Wichita area.

"We are very excited to see the new direction this team takes," remarked Robert, who has taken ownership. His first decision was to rename the team to the "Cubs". "Trenton is a great city, and it needs a great team. The Cubs will be that team."

The club is in need of new vision and leadership, as the Eagles fell out of League IV in 2018 and is now battling for 1st place in the Eastern division of V.15, making their bid to return to IV in 2021. Club management hopes Robert can lead them there and beyond.

Robert is not anticipating any significant changes this season, and will stick with manager Armando Zuniga, who has been with the team since 2012. He does plan to cut costs and prepare for the future. Stadium costs have already been reduced by 50% and Robert is in the process of signing numerous minor league contracts to bolster the weakened farm system. Fans can expect some action during the winter as Robert evaluates the team and streamlines what he has.