Tustin Knuckleheads

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Location: Tustin, CA (West)

League: VI.25 - West

Owner: DaveCool send message
          [since February 28th 2015 | last seen December 01st 2021]

Manager: Matt Shannon

Ballpark: The Cooliseum

Rank: #465 - Rating: 79.36

Fan Mood: 118.34

Prestige: 19

Color: Blue & Gold

Team Notes:

• May 31 2052: J.B. Baggio was released.
• May 14 2052: Alfonso Ontiveros was released.
• Apr 18 2052: Fernando Pérez was released.
• Mar 05 2052: Yong Sun Jung was released.
• Jan 13 2052: Jae Sung Cho was selected to the national team of South Korea.
• Jan 13 2052: Guang Hou was selected to the national team of Hong Kong.
• Aug 17 2051: Armando Romero was released.
• Apr 26 2051: Earl Hunter was released.
• Apr 26 2051: Fernando Pérez was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 27 2051: Alfonso Ontiveros was signed as a free agent.

League Record:

Wins: 86     Losses: 74     Pct: .538     Last10: 6-4     Streak: L1

Ave: 5.4 - 4.8     RS: 858     RA: 775     DIFF: +83         Power Index: 103.0


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Press Releases:

Jan 15 2037: Home Again in Indiana - by DaveCool on July 21st, 2018

As the wheels of the Cooliseum are being removed in its new home in Marion, IN the local press is converging to meet with team CEO Davecool. "We have come home to bring the team back to the home offices," the self-proclaimed Colossus of Cool said. I have decided to bring the team back to the heart of America after the exile on the Left Coast. "California was awesome, but my heart is in Indiana," said Mr. Cool, who went on to say: "We will continue our winning tradition here with our friends and family who have supported our team over the years."

The team is currently having a contest for the new mascot name.

Nov 01 2036: On the Move Again! - by DaveCool on July 19th, 2018

The Oceanside Grunts are moving inland--way inland. "I want to head back home again to Indiana," team president, CEO, general manager and Colossus of Cool Dave Cool said. "I love California, but it's time to go home to the heart of Indiana," Mr. Cool stated. The team has been in Oceanside for 4 seasons after bouncing around the Midwest. The town where the team is moving is to be named later after bidding is over and the franchise is able to move the Cooliseum which is currently being put onto a very large trailer. Mr. Cool was heard saying: "I'm leaving, and I'm talking my stadium with me."

Jun 06 2035: Mr. 300 - by DaveCool on March 25th, 2018

Peter "Pepper" Pierce has hit his 300th career homerun which is a new mark never previously achieved by a player in the history of the Oceanside Grunts franchise. Team GM, owner and "Colossus of Cool" Davecool said, "We are very proud of Pepper and what he has accomplished in his stellar career. It seems that in an alternate universe 2035 it took him much longer to reach this milestone."

Pierce is expected to retire and join the team's Hall of Fame soon due to his declining skillset.

Jan 15 2032: New Home - by DaveCool on May 7th, 2017

The Fishers Falcons have moved west...to Oceanside, CA. "We need a new attitude, so what better place for rebuilding a dominant team than on the doorstep of a USMC base?" team president, GM and colonel of cool DaveCool. "I still love the midwest, but we need a complete overhaul and change of scenery," Mr Cool went on to say. All we can say is that California will become "Cool"ifornia.

Jul 09 2031: No-No Number 2 - by DaveCool on April 4th, 2017

On July 6, Falcons pitcher Martin "Sheriff" Werner recorded his second career no-hitter. He allowed only two opponents to reach base while facing the minimum hitters as the walk resulted in a botched stolen base attempt and a ninth inning error was covered by a game-ending double play.

"In a season of rotten pitching, this is a positive sign. Hopefully the rest of the staff will take note," said the team president and GM Davecool. He also added: "The last time this happened, the team turned around, and we won the pennant."

We will see what the rest of the season holds.