Huron Hogs






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Team: Huron Hogs [ID #205] Bookmark Huron Hogs

Location: Huron, SD (Plains)

League: VI.6 - West

Owner: None

Manager: Troy Jacob

Ballpark: Huron Stadium

Rank: #600 - Rating: 67.75

Fan Mood: 89.11

Prestige: 39

Color: Pink

Team Notes:

• Apr 07 2065: Ólafur Árnason was released.
• Apr 07 2065: Bernardo Pineda was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 14 2065: William Bergquist was released.
• Mar 14 2065: Archie Ashford was signed as a free agent.
• Jan 13 2065: Xavier Thomas was selected to the national team of Virgin Islands.
• Jan 13 2065: Erik McNair was selected to the national team of Virgin Islands.
• Jan 13 2065: Rasmus Bergstrom was selected to the national team of Sweden.
• Jan 13 2065: William Bergquist was selected to the national team of Sweden.
• Jan 13 2065: Alfonso Rivas was selected to the national team of Spain.
• Jan 13 2065: Jonas Eriksen was selected to the national team of Norway.


League Record:

Wins: 20     Losses: 23     Pct: .465     Last10: 5-5     Streak: W1

Ave: 5.8 - 5.9     RS: 250     RA: 254     DIFF: -4         Power Index: 97.0

Cup:

Group 46 [0 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Jan 13 2056: None Shall Pass! - by Chingis on July 23rd, 2022

Camelot's lofty walls and acres of space beckon for a new breed of fan! With the maximum allowable ballpark dimensions and a team based on pitching, defense, speed and contact, The Black Knights were unstoppable last season, winning the Series in a gentleman's sweep.

As they climb to DV.3, their motto stands, None Shall Pass!


Aug 14 2053: Rumors of War ... - by Chingis on January 27th, 2022

Turmoil has overtaken the streets of Huron. Word has it an invasion is inevitable, and the Samurai mascot may soon be no more. Who is this undefeatable enemy? A horde of axe-wielding Norsemen are reportedly making their way across the plain as we speak ...


Aug 19 2048: I'm Turning Japanese, I Really Think So - by Chingis on January 8th, 2021

In the northern rural town of Huron, Michigan, tucked snug on the border of Canada, a new craze is setting in.

Japanese baseball.

Oh the residents have long been accustomed to international travelers passing through. But Chingis is here to stay, and he's starting a new culture.

"I believe there are many capable Japanese players that just don't get a fair opportunity to grow and prove themselves here in America. I want to give them a place they can thrive"

It hard to argue, as the team which started the season with a league low .380 record, has gone 46-40 since Chingis started implementing the new system.

Fans are showing up in Samurai gear, cheers are heard in the stadium again, and who would have thought sushi could go so well with hotdogs?