The main target was achieved as the Team finished 4rth up from 6th and with a record of just over 500.
Overall Ranking up as well .....
A good start but still a long way to go.
Jul 23 2033: Skip Allard gives an annual report - by Yakret on September 8th, 2017
At his recent press conference the skip was asked to review how things were going. His review covered three topics
1. The rebuild
"It is going well, trying to balance experience and youth is never easy..... our improved results from last year show we are beginning to get it right...there is still a ways to go."
2. Young player Development
Allard added that the younger players were working hard and really are the future for the club....he added..."we had to let a couple go but on the whole we have a good bunch of lads ....their desire for success and hard work is very encouraging"
3. The fans
Allard praised the loyalty of the fans...."our fans are great......no team can expect fans to turn up every week without us giving them something in return.....hope for the future .....improved performance and our appreciation of their loyalty which we never take for granted..this is demonstrated by their improved confidence in us..." he added the club really appreciate this and will continue to give 100% for them...
Asked to rate the performance for the year so far he gave the club a C for results .....improved but can continue to strive for more....and an A+ for attitude and hard work...
He concluded " we will continue to build for a successful future ....but we will always keep one eye on the present..."
Mar 04 2033: New look Robins ready to roll - by Yakret on July 30th, 2017
Manager Keith Allard revealed the latest additions to the Robins Squad. He was quoted as saying "the additions we made at the end of the previous season saw better results ....our latest additions give us real hope of a much improved campaign'
Jan 15 2027: Welcome to Warner Robbins. - by Coachberry18 on April 9th, 2016
Georgia has a new baseball team. Starting this season the Warner Robbins Jets will begin play. The team moved from Charleston, South Carolina. The team is named for Robbins Air Force Base, home of the Museum of Aviation. Team owner Lucas Berry spoke to local media about the move "It was very hard to leave Charleston. The fans there are absolutely spectacular but we really felt the best thing for this team was to move to Warner Robbins. This is a town that likes its baseball and we're looking forward to success here. Now and in the future." In making the move, the team also set up minor league teams in Berlin, GA, Cumberland Gap, TN, Norman, NC, and Logan, WV.