Oct 26 2054: 2054 Summary - by SnakeEyes_YT on May 3rd, 2022
Huge step up from last season. And I mean huge. We went from 58-102 to 86-74. The rebuild season IS OVER. NEXT SEASON, WE GO FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP! GO CARDS!
LAST 10: 8-2
Overall, a very very good season. The offense has greatly improved. If you would've told me a few years ago Angel Silva and Nathan Fortner would both bat over .300 in 2054, I wouldn't have believed you. Also, our former #1 prospect, Toby Klein, is beginning to thrive in the majors and he is only 23. Mid-season signings of Ramon Perez and Luis Cortes were massive. Both were huge offensively and they played very well despite their age. Next season, I truly believe we got a good shot at leading the division.
Feb 19 2054: That time of year - by SnakeEyes_YT on February 25th, 2022
Well everyone, it's that time of year, once again. The 2054 season is beginning today. Lauderhill won two championships, in 2042 and 2044. Since then, the franchise has had only 1 winning season, 3 .500 seasons, and a few awful seasons. The last two seasons have been rebuilding years for the Cards. Their record over the last two seasons is 117-193. Lauderhill legends and veterans are slowly all being released. The major league roster is now chock-full of newbies straight out of the minors. This year may be another rough one. It may be just a season to get many of my players used to the major league level. Regardless, I feel this season will be a special one. Whether we win 100 games and have our first winning season since 2045, or we win 50 and slump back to the offseason, I am excited for this season. Good luck to the rest of the league!
May 03 2053: Release of Lauderhill Legend - by SnakeEyes_YT on December 30th, 2021
Many new, younger faces are rising in the program, so unfortunately the Cards needed to release 4 players. All of them are past their prime, but we are still sad to see them go. Lauderhill has announced that they released two 33-year-old pitchers, Bartolome Lozano and Joseph Barnes. Both pitchers were with the team for 4 years, and we thank them for their solid performances in starting and bullpen roles for the Cards. Also, longtime Cardinal second baseman Angelo Gallardo was released. The 33-year-old spent 12 years with the Cards, and he posted a solid 272/318/400 career slash line. He was a 1-time all-star and won two league championships with the Cards. We will forever miss the reliable second baseman that he was. Finally, we released 36-year-old Lauderhill Hall of Famer Daniel Camacho. He will always be a Cardinal legend. He spent 16 years in the Lauderhill franchise. Camacho slashed an outstanding 300/393/487 career stat line. He won 2 league championships, was an All-League outfielder 5 times, and was an all-star a whopping 7 times. He was non-hesitantly inducted into the Hall of Fame and he will always be remembered as one of the best outfielders in the history of Lauderhill.
Jul 16 2052: Official Rebuild - by SnakeEyes_YT on November 4th, 2021
As much as we would like to get back in the race, it is evident that this squad needs to start a rebuild. With new manager Pete McAndrews the Cards are hoping to come out swinging in 2053.
Jun 10 2052: New Manager - by SnakeEyes_YT on October 26th, 2021
After a terrible 15-35 start, the Cards have moved on from 3 year manager Eddie Shank. We have hired Pete McAndrews as the new manager and hopefully he can turn this team around.