Mililani Yankees






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Team: Mililani Yankees [ID #87] Bookmark Mililani Yankees

Location: Mililani, HI (Pacific)

League: V.2 - West

Owner: Lacisum Utama send message
          [since February 22nd 2018 | last seen May 16th 2018]

Manager: Sonny Hibbard

Ballpark: Mililani Stadium

Rank: #213 - Rating: 120.08

Fan Mood: 106.04

Prestige: 10

Color: Navy Pinstripes

Team Notes:

• Mar 10 2036: Sonny Hibbard was hired as the new manager.
• Mar 10 2036: Stu Webber was fired as manager.
• Oct 08 2035: Mario Mejia was released.
• Aug 09 2035: Duane Morris was signed as a free agent.
• Aug 02 2035: Julián Vela was released.
• Aug 02 2035: Ben Hill was released.
• Feb 19 2035: Moved to Mililani.
• Feb 19 2035: Team acquired by Lacisum Utama.
• Jan 25 2035: Team relinquished by willzay82.
• Mar 12 2034: Team acquired by willzay82.


League Record:

Wins: 8 Losses: 8 Pct: .500 Last10: 4-6 Streak: W1

Ave: 4.5 - 4.6 RS: 72 RA: 74 DIFF: -2

Cup:

Group 71 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Sep 22 2035: Teams Response to Sep 14 2035 Press Release - by Lacisum Utama on April 22nd, 2018

After the owner released a statement on Sep 14 2035, the teams response was a big one; going 7-0, outscoring opponents 56-17, and gaining 6.5 games on the division leader. The team sits 4 games back and is poised to make a push for a championship run after all. After many meetings between the owner and current management and players, a few shake ups and rumors the ownership has been interviewing and scouting new managers and talent, the team is playing not only for the season, but for their jobs. After sweeping the previous series against the division leader, they look forward to the last series they have with them to hopefully close the gap and take the lead once again. The fire has been lit and the last few weeks of the season will determine if the team burns down with it or they channel the heat and propel them to victory!!


Sep 14 2035: Future uncertain - by Lacisum Utama on April 20th, 2018

After starting the season on a tear and jumping out to a respectable 1st place lead, the team finds its self facing the reality that a great start may have set too high of expectations for the year. Manager "Spittin" Stu Webber's job has come into question recently and rumors are circulating that the team may be throwing the towel in for the season and starting a long rebuild. Average age has already dropped by close to 10 years on the team and new talent is working their way through the ranks. Some lifelong members and veterans of the staff have also been released or replaced as the owner looks to find a way to break out of this funk the team seams to find itself in. With the team scoring just less than 10 runs more than its given up and with less than 10 hits more than its given up, the pitching staff has been put on notice. There is even a talk to finance a new stadium or make improvements during the off season to give the team a home field advantage. 2035 may go down in history as the season the team took a look in the mirror and defined its future roll in the league.