Aug 01 2050: Mass Cow Homecoming in 2050! - by hurstdm on June 6th, 2021
Ms. Cow welcomes back three former prospects! Murfreesboro claims - again - Tim Cheek ('47-'48), "Tightrope" Sheridan ('42-'48), and Kiké Ortega ('44-'47). "We knew they'd succeed. We just didn't know where!" All three are excited about returning to middle Tennessee. "It's a good club. A good organization. Ms. Cow is a knockout. You just have to make sure they actually deposit your salary," said Cheek. Clubhouse vets murmured assent.
Mar 20 2050: MVP Requests Move to First Base - by hurstdm on May 3rd, 2021
"It's my knees," said reigning MVP Deshawn Griffey. "I can still play, but 33 joint-years is a lot." Ms. Cow granted his request to play first base to try and lengthen Griffey's career and make room for outfield talent. Ace starter Tim Milligan responded, "No one 'round here's ever granted my requests for anything. I'm like cellophane." After two seasons of disappointment ("Yeah, that's me," said Luis Santiago), the Moo Cows hope to get back to winning in 2050.
Jun 26 2049: Ms. Cow Announces "Ridin' Dirty" Policy - by hurstdm on March 12th, 2021
The Moo Cows are making shocking changes after a p**r start. Ms. Cow said, "All bets are off. **** this ****. We love w****some families and kids, but the Cowa****alow not only tolerates cr***, inappropriate language - we encourage it. This park is about to be so ****ing hostile to visiting teams." Her expletive filled rant caused blushing even among veteran sportswriters. Asked about his stint at third base, "****er" Kim uttered acerbic phrases in Korean, winked at Ms. Cow, and flipped a bat.
Aug 09 2048: Moo Cows Dominate Press Release Competition - by hurstdm on January 6th, 2021
With this missive, the Murfreesboro Moo Cows become the only team in Broken Bat to have active press releases in each of the three top leagues. The clubhouse atmosphere remains subdued.
Nov 04 2047: Cows Vote Bobbie McAllister Team MVP - by hurstdm on November 12th, 2020
"No doubt," said Cow star Deshawn Griffey, discussing the unanimous vote to name shortstop Bobbie McAllister the team's MVP for 2047. "Those baseball writers will overlook him, but he's the glue," said manager Otis Dockery. "He hit .285 this year after a career of struggle. We had him hitting 8th or 9th and he still got 107 RBI! Dude's 33, but still quick as ever at short. Almost nobody can do what that guy did." McAllister, elated but quiet, wouldn't comment.