Nov 04 2030: Yogi Rides off Into the Sunset - by mcrmoe on February 17th, 2017
Fort Worth's 4 league championship in the last 5 season was something special. Especially for club house leader Yogi. Although statistically his worst season, Yogi mentioned in an interview that making it to legends trumps all the individual accolades.
After the championship parade, a special surprise ceremony was held at the Stock Yards. Yogi was inducted into the hall of fame and his number was retired. General manager Jeff Daniels had the following to say.
For the past decade, Fort Worth has won at least 90 games and finished in either 1st or 2nd. Has won 5 league championships and has finally made it to the top flight Legends league. In short Fort Worth has built a winning culture, at the center of which has been Armando "Yogi" Cardenas. Today he retires a champion, a leader and Fort Worth's most decorated player of all time.
May 18 2029: Horns are Back! - by mcrmoe on October 18th, 2016
After a glorious 15 game winning streak, the Long Horns jump from worst to first.
Can the horns build on this momentum or will they return to their old ways?
Oct 16 2027: Big Three Pay Tribute to Fans - by mcrmoe on June 19th, 2016
With the division wrapped up. Fort Worth's pitching trio will make one more appearance at the final home series.
Game 1: Ross Cochran, 21-7, 3.08 ERA
Game 2: Theo Cole, 17-5, 2.67 ERA
Game 3: Santiago Viciedo, 18-8, 2.68 ERA
With those numbers its very probable that Fort Worth will have another Cy Young winner. Fort Worth's pitching and defense has really pulled the slack after a the offense has failed to live up to last season's splendid run.
One blemish on the season has been the nonexistent draft. There is nowhere to go but up for next season. With only a few players retiring, Fort Worth will be in contention for the division.
Nov 01 2022: What a season! - by mcrmoe on June 4th, 2015
A three year project has began to bear fruit. The Longhorn philosophy was on display in game 4, coming back from a 5-3 hole to win it in extra innings. It wasn't pretty but the horns pulled it out.
However this is just the start of something spectacular. The pieces are in place to have success in the years to come. Although league 5 will be a challenge, the horns are up to it.
May 31 2021: Goodbye Big Cat - by mcrmoe on February 6th, 2015
Fort Worth would like to thank Min Kyung Park, better known as The Big Cat for his 12 years of service. He really can alive in 2019 and 2020, in which he had 100 RBIs in each season. We'd also like to announce that Park will be the first member in the ring of honor.