Murfreesboro Moo Cows

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Team: Murfreesboro Moo Cows [ID #250] Bookmark Murfreesboro Moo Cows

Location: Murfreesboro, TN (South)

League: II.2 - East

Owner: hurstdm send message
          [since January 18th 2017 | last seen September 25th 2020]

Manager: Otis Dockery

Ballpark: The Cowabungalow

Rank: #22 - Rating: 219.09

Fan Mood: 113.24

Prestige: 22

Color: Blue & Gold

Team Notes:

• Apr 29 2047: Luke Daniels was claimed off of waivers.
• Apr 18 2047: Guillermo Aguilera was released.
• Apr 18 2047: Guillermo Aguilera was claimed off of waivers.
• Apr 16 2047: Ángel Sosa was released.
• Apr 14 2047: Ángel Sosa was claimed off of waivers.
• Apr 03 2047: B.J. Chambers was claimed off of waivers.
• Apr 03 2047: Cade Malone was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 20 2047: Jake Bagley was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 19 2047: Martin Allen was released.
• Mar 18 2047: Billy Green was released.

League Record:

Wins: 15 Losses: 13 Pct: .536 Last10: 5-5 Streak: W2

Ave: 5.6 - 4.5 RS: 157 RA: 125 DIFF: +32


Group 39 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Sep 04 2046: Bouncy Cows Chase Pennant - by hurstdm on August 12th, 2020

"It's better than last year. That's for sure," quipped Jay Ragsdale, asked about the late 4-way pennant chase. Team stalwart Jaime Garcia agreed, "Losing has nothing on winning." The Milk Machine has climbed through every league position. "Pitching started hot, but hitting was slow. I feel like it's my fault - I've been so awful," grumbled reliever Chris Stiles. "The new guys said they're gonna step it up. We'll see."

Sep 22 2045: Milk Machine Reassures Nervous Fan Base - by hurstdm on June 1st, 2020

Team leaders and management addressed fans today in a stylish press conference backdropped by swag from the Moo Cow promotion run to Legends League. Ms. Cow addressed cameras, "Demotion stinks but it's one accursed year. We know what we're doing. We'll be back. Isn't it fun to have the Moo Cow future out there playing ballgames?" Fans have openly questioned hiring manager Otis Dockery. One superfan groused, "He's just hunky. That's why he's here. There should be a law against that. We're doomed."

Nov 01 2044: Moo Cows Stay Up! - by hurstdm on March 26th, 2020

Elation in Murfreesboro after a miserable 2-18 record in May, being mired solidly in sixth place entering summer, and recovering to stay in the top league with a winning record. "We needed 82 wins to avoid relegation. That's how good the competition was," said new manager "Beat Down" Brown. "Everything went wrong, but we're still here. I guess it went right in the end. We're downing bubbly like we won the whole hoolimagig." The Milk Machine should earn their first official "Rank" in the single digits.

Sep 18 2043: Darryl Malloy Night at the Cowabungalow - by hurstdm on December 29th, 2019

The Moo Cows will recognize their long-time catcher on September 19. Drafted by the Milk Machine in 2028, "Motormouth" has 1000+ games in 11 seasons. A lifetime .312 hitter with 1000+ hits, Malloy is one of a handful of players to appear at every level including Legends. "I've had a magic career. Remember that year I stole 15 bases? Wack, right? My whole family wants a set of those plastic chattering teeth with #14 on 'em. Fun!"

Oct 20 2042: Udder Pandemoonium! - by hurstdm on October 20th, 2019

Tiny Murfreesboro to join Legends for the first time! Rising from VI.12 in 2035, the Moo Cows have promoted in 5 of the last 8 seasons! Three core players - Darryl Malloy, Ricardo Quiroz, and Jose Bonilla - have seen action in every league so far and could accomplish the rare feat of playing in all six. Covered in Brut champagne, Malloy cried to reporters, "This team is special. The city is special. Our fans are great. Ms. Cow is hot. My wife is hot, too. We couldn't be happier."