Baseball News


May 24th, 2024 - Cup Final!
The cup final is on Monday and it’s an exciting match-up between two highly ranked teams. The #26 ranked Monterey Titans (III.1, PI 103.3) will take on the #7 ranked Eden Prairie Wolves (II.1, PI 103.6). Both teams have a shelf full of trophies, so it should be a very competitive cup final. Who will win it all? Find out Monday!


Press Releases


May 15th, 2024 - 2064 all stars!! - Pittsburgh Pirates
2 of our batters were elected to the all star team, 29 yr old catcher Ivan Daley makes his 8th straight all star game as he extends the pirates record for most all star games played in a row. He has 9HR 51RBI and a .292 average. 1B Nick Ishii makes his second appearance in his 9th season. Leading the team with 20 HR and a .280 batting average.

30 yr old pitcher Craig Snead makes his 2nd career appearance in his 5th season. He is 8-3 in 15 starts and 84 innings pitched with a 3.32 ERA and 72ks. He’s been an anchor in our rotation and the other half of a 1-2 punch with 27yr old SP Louie Hayward who was subsequently snubbed from the all star game.

Our only notable moves during the break was sending 22yr old pitcher Alfsonso Casas to the minors n recalling 21yr old knuckleballer Peter Browning from AAA. We currently sit with a 42-38 record at the break, 7 games back in our division. Gl n go pirates !!!!
  - Bennett11

May 15th, 2024 - Lombardi Earns All-Star Start Nod after 15-1 First Half - Williston Pioneers
The wily left-handed veteran Lombardi was dominant during the first half of the season putting together an astonishing 15-1 record while ranking among the top 10 in league ERA, WHIP, IP, CG and shutouts. Joining him from the Pioneers was tough-luck SP Pino who went only 6-7 due to lack of offensive support on his starts and closer phenom Rodriguez with 31 saves and a sub 1.00 ERA. Veteran OF Villasenor was selected as an alternate and made his eighth All-Star game.
  - crash_davis

May 8th, 2024 - Ruelas and Cook combine for 1 hitter! - Hollywood Velociraptors
Rodrigo Ruelas (5-4, 3.03 ERA) continued his string of dominant starts in the first game of interleague play yesterday, throwing 7 strong innings. But he carried a no-no into the 7th inning, before giving up a single with 2 outs. Walter Cook came in to relieve, and didn’t give up a hit in 2 innings, finishing the 1-hitter for a 3-0 victory. Maybe someday we’ll see a real no-no here!
  - Fireballer34