Waltham Warriors






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Team: Waltham Warriors [ID #200] Bookmark Waltham Warriors

Location: Waltham, MA (New England)

League: III.1 - East

Owner: uuatb1 send message
          [since February 11th 2021 | last seen April 20th 2024]

Manager: Jason Knowles

Ballpark: Waltham Dome

Rank: #44 - Rating: 181.45

Fan Mood: 91.41

Prestige: 33

Color: Black & Yellow

Team Notes:

• Jan 13 2064: Shawn Granger was released.
• Jan 13 2064: Darío Galvan was released.
• Jan 13 2064: Luke Goh was selected to the national team of Singapore.
• Jan 13 2064: Ernesto Esparza was selected to the national team of Cuba.
• Jan 13 2064: Matías Alvarez was selected to the national team of Costa Rica.
• Jan 13 2064: Alofa Lutu was selected to the national team of American Samoa.
• Sep 16 2063: Glen Canfield was released.
• Apr 07 2063: Raúl Hernández was released.
• Jan 13 2063: Julian McConnell was hired as the new coach.
• Jan 13 2063: Coach C.C. Chase was let go.


League Record:

Wins: 7     Losses: 11     Pct: .389     Last10: 3-7     Streak: L4

Ave: 4.5 - 5.3     RS: 81     RA: 95     DIFF: -14         Power Index: 102.4

Cup:

Group 71 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Apr 03 2059: Friedrich Hit for the Cycle - by uuatb1 on March 30th, 2023

The Walthan Warriors bats turned into lethal weapons during the game against the Roanke Orioles, highlighted by Allen Friedrich hitting for the cycle. In total Friedrich had 4 hits, a triple in the first, Single in the 6th, double in the 8th and a home run in the top of the 9th.

Despite the performance, Friedrich was not the only stand out as Alvarez went 5 for 5, and Benjamin Monroy pitched a gem completing 8 innings allowing 7 hits, 1 walk and striking out 9. Final score Warriors 15 - Orioles 0.

Friedrich was not done in the series with the Orioles. The next night in another blow out, 14-6 win Friedrich hit 2 home runs and drove in 6. This could be the break out year for the 2054 3rd round pick


Mar 23 2056: Canfield No hitter in cup action. - by uuatb1 on August 8th, 2022

Waltham’s budding ace Glen Canfield was near perfect as he no-hit the Asheville Aces in the first game of a 4 game cup series.

Only giving up 1 walk, Canfield was in control of all his pitches as he fanned 6.

The perfect game was broken up in the 4th when Severson mistress the ball to first allowing the Aces to have their first runner. The only other blemish was a 2 out walk in the top of the ninth.

A first round pick from the University of Cincinnati, Canfield looks to dominate opposing team this season and if this is any indication he should a breakout season.