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Team: Santa Rosa Raiders [ID #170] Bookmark Santa Rosa Raiders

Location: Santa Rosa, CA (West)

League: IV.7 - West

Owner: backstop send message
          [since October 09th 2015 | last seen January 27th 2023]

Manager: Bradley Wilbur

Ballpark: Santa Rosa Stadium

Rank: #110 - Rating: 143.20

Fan Mood: 113.89

Prestige: 30

Color: Blue Pinstripes

Team Notes:

• Apr 03 2058: Darius Wood was released.
• Jan 13 2058: Marcos Espinoza was selected to the national team of Colombia.
• Feb 12 2057: Orlando Mondragon was released.
• Jan 18 2057: Guillermo Guzman was released.
• Jan 13 2057: Wesley Ross was selected to the national team of Canada.
• Nov 02 2056: Scot Patton was named the Rookie of the Year.
• Apr 29 2056: Adam Robinson was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 18 2056: Milton Everett was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 08 2056: Ozzie Perry was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 02 2056: Glen Jones was signed as a free agent.

League Record:

Wins: 27     Losses: 19     Pct: .587     Last10: 8-2     Streak: L1

Ave: 5.3 - 4.5     RS: 243     RA: 208     DIFF: +35         Power Index: 105.0


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Press Releases:

Sep 19 2054: No Hitter is Hilarious! - by backstop on April 23rd, 2022

The season has been for the most part 'lack-luster' for the Raiders until now! 33 year-old Frank Thacker tosses his first NO HITTER of his career, faces only 1 batter over the minimum, and 1 walk prevents a perfect game! What's more he threw 126 pitches, well above his max and his catcher talked about it after the game, "It was the funniest thing. He complained that his pitches weren't going where he wanted them to, didn't like the umpire's sense of the strike zone, and was shaking me off like crazy! AND then, in the ninth inning, he was on the mound shaking his head and just giggling uncontrollably. I never seen anything like it!"

Jun 29 2042: What's next in gaining an EDGE? - by backstop on September 21st, 2019

For any pitcher at the Major League level, injuries are expected for any number of reasons: arm fatigue, ankle twist, groin strain, and on and on! However, this reporter has learned what the real reason for what Mario "the Sheriff" Segovia went down with about a week ago. It seems when on a road trip, a supermodel 'spy' for the home team was found at the hotel bar (making herself available to visiting players) and the Sheriff invited her to dine with him in the hotel café. The next thing you know he finds himself in the boy's room with severe stomach issues. Yes, and as you might have guessed, the supermodel was never to be seen from again. The only question this reporter has is, "What WON'T the home team do these days to gain an edge?" Geez!

Jul 01 2036: Manager up to something AGAIN!! - by backstop on June 16th, 2018

Manager "Red" Ike Stover showed up in the locker room before today's final game hoping for a sweep of their 5-game series... WITH PURPLE HAIR! That's right, the team's sixty-year-old leader in the clubhouse now has 'neon purple' hair!! When asked why the change, he simply said, "I was hoping to build some momentum before the All-Star break and it seemed like the team is on a roll...but the real reason is: My grand-daughter thought I looked 'real Cool'. What could I do? A manager with a soft spot, who knew???

Jul 09 2033: Rumors of All-Star Snub Hovering - by backstop on September 4th, 2017

A press conference was held today with manager 'Red' Ike Stover and he was hotter than the Mohave Desert! "I just heard that Shadow (Salcedo) who is batting .356 on pace for over 200 hits...for the second year in a row... is being snubbed by the All-Star voters because he was excused from the 5-game series leading up to the All Star game. Why? Only because he is from Houston Texas and he wants to try to help family and friends get out from underneath all that water and destruction. This is a joke!!"
All this reporter can say is that if Shadow isn't made an all-star, there is going to inevitably be a 'Second Hurricane' for this sport to contend with beginning in the Yankees locker room.