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Team: Buffalo Bison [ID #252] Bookmark Buffalo Bison

Location: Buffalo, NY (Northeast)

League: VI.26 - East

Owner: None

Manager: Kenny McDonald

Ballpark: Buffalo Stadium

Rank: #455 - Rating: 81.29

Fan Mood: 111.28

Prestige: 55

Color: Brown & Yellow

Team Notes:

• May 29 2052: Leo Leahy was signed as a free agent.
• Apr 07 2052: Berry Vick was released.
• Apr 07 2052: Jody Ferguson was released.
• Mar 14 2052: Sonny Lohman was released.
• Mar 14 2052: Alvin Taylor was signed as a free agent.
• Nov 02 2051: Dale Hurd was named the Rookie of the Year.
• Aug 19 2051: Tommy Youngblood was signed as a free agent.
• Jun 25 2051: Mateo Bravo was signed as a free agent.
• May 29 2051: Douglas Foster was released.
• Apr 07 2051: Glenn Haas was signed as a free agent.


League Record:

Wins: 24     Losses: 23     Pct: .511     Last10: 6-4     Streak: W1

Ave: 5.4 - 5.7     RS: 255     RA: 270     DIFF: -15         Power Index: 101.8

Cup:

Group 44 [2 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Jan 20 2025: Scott Walsh excited over All League 2B - by AD24 on November 7th, 2015

Scott Walsh recently found out that he had been named All-League 2B after hearing from Sioux City Catfishs' owner EchoBravo34 mentioned he felt his player Manny Owens deserved the nomination.

"I'm glad to hear this" Walsh said. "I had a great year and so did Manny Owens, it's unfortunate there is one spot for 2 great players".

Buffalo Bison owner AD24 appreciated EchoBravo34s' attempt at trying to qualify Owens for the spot, but noticed the Catfish owner did leave out some key factors as to why his player lost. "Owens did have 25 less ABs compared to Walsh, but in my opinion he did not have a better year than Scott. Scott scored 21 more runs than Owens, Owens had 131 strikeouts compared to Scotts 50, not to mention Scott stole 35 more bases than Owens. Scott also hit 9 triples, and walked 63 times. The better overall season belongs to Scott Walsh without a doubt."

Sioux Catfish owner EchoBravo34 could not be reached for comment before the publication of this story.