Bath Lumberjacks






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Team: Bath Lumberjacks [ID #36] Bookmark Bath Lumberjacks

Location: Bath, ME (New England)

League: IV.4 - East

Owner: None

Manager: Christian Sosa

Ballpark: Bath Stadium

Rank: #81 - Rating: 157.37

Fan Mood: 117.95

Prestige: 109

Color: Navy Pinstripes

Team Notes:

• Mar 14 2064: Austin Stroud was released.
• Jan 13 2064: Kendrick Williams was selected to the national team of Jamaica.
• Nov 02 2063: Daniel Chase was awarded the Cy Young award.
• Aug 19 2063: Enrique Guerrero was released.
• Aug 04 2063: Team relinquished by E1porez.
• Jan 13 2063: Hideo Konno was selected to the national team of Japan.
• Jan 13 2063: Kendrick Williams was selected to the national team of Jamaica.
• Nov 02 2062: Team acquired by E1porez.
• Jul 21 2062: Tyler Farley was released.
• Jun 25 2062: Jimmy Jackson was signed as a free agent.


League Record:

Wins: 2     Losses: 1     Pct: .667     Last10: 2-1     Streak: W2

Ave: 4.3 - 3.0     RS: 13     RA: 9     DIFF: +4         Power Index: 99.3

Cup:

Group 116 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Oct 30 2059: Bath Is The Best! - by rlawrence on May 23rd, 2023

After a few seasons of relative obscurity and low manager activity, Bath is back in business!

Bath was off to slow start, going 14-19 in the early season. Manager rlawrence dug deep into the Free Agent prospects and struck gold. Japanese 3B, Hideo Konno, had been rejected by two straight teams. Bath would become his forever home. He started 95 games, hitting an elite .323 for the squad and leading Bath to the top of the Eastern table.

He stepped it up even further in the playoffs against Fresno, averaging .411 with a OPS of 1.33 as Bath defeated the Eagles in a gentleman's sweep, 4-1. These teams have a history, having faced each other in the playoffs of VI.11 in season 2040, and again in V.6 in season 2045. Thanks to Konno, the Shipbuilders now lead the playoff history with Fresno 2-1


Nov 02 2053: Shipbuilders Win! Third Straight Promotion. - by rlawrence on February 17th, 2022

A nail-biting 7-game series against the 100 win Broncos ended in Victory for Bath last night. They secured their 3rd straight promotion, climbing to LL2 for the first time in club history. But the loss of the last 2 finals series had left a sour taste in fans' mouths.

This year, Bath took it all. CF Ignatio Zarate is the MVP with a smoking OPS of 1.24 , drawing 6 walks in 6 games and a perfect fielder rating.

Ramon Garcia was a work-horse on the mound, pitching 21 innings with 2 wins and an ERA of 3.48. Fans are rubbing their hands together in anticipation of next season, wondering if the club can push for a 4th promotion to the highest league in the land.



Nov 01 2049: Shipbuilders Sink the Cubs - by rlawrence on April 14th, 2021

After 2 straight demotions, the Shipbuilders have finally put it together and bounced back with a vengeance. The Cubs put together a highly competitive series, but Bath would not be denied.

Ramon Garcia was lights out in his 2 games, pitching almost 17 innings, striking out 18 batters with an ERA of 1.62

Virgin Islands World uutfielder Hershel St. John worked the bat like a madman, with a BAA of .420 and OPS of 1.105


Sep 30 2047: Bath Resets - by rlawrence on November 4th, 2020

The question for the hour: Has Bath Decided to Tank?

"We've ridden our old vets about as far as they can take us,"

stated Lawrence in response to the brusque questioning from local reporters.

"It's taken some time to put together a legitimate minor league system, and in the meanwhile our major league players have passed their peak. Yes, we have released some very capable players and yes, we will have to demote this season. But on the bright side, you're watching some new stars step into the limelight now. I'm sure this will be one step back followed by a great leap forward for the club"

While some of Bath's faithful supporters seem convinced by Lawrence's plan, others remain skeptical.


Oct 24 2045: True Battle of East vs West! - by rlawrence on June 9th, 2020

You don't get much farther apart than Bath, Maine and Fresno, California. The Lumberjacks seek to chop the Eagles down a notch in this D5 season finale' thriller!

Very evenly matched, the Eagles may have a slight edge with pitching (team ERA 3.87 vs 4.02) while the Mainers have an advantage swinging the old pine (team ave .283 /ops .791 vs the Eagles .270/. 785).

A perfect narrative for Eagles versus Lumberjacks! Air or Wood, who will be victorious?