Team: Bradenton Bruins [ID #467]
Bradenton, FL (Southeast)
Rank: #528 - Rating: 75.00
Black & Yellow
May 29 2058: Dean Valentini
May 29 2058: Martín Aguilera
was signed as a free agent.
Apr 07 2058: Ismael Escobar
Apr 07 2058: Oliver Bond
was signed as a free agent.
Mar 14 2058: C.J. Curtis
Jan 13 2058: De Ming
was selected to the national team of Taiwan
Jan 13 2058: Hugo Stromberg
was selected to the national team of Sweden
Jan 13 2058: Gonzalo Soto
was selected to the national team of Spain
Jan 13 2058: Espen Van der Berg
was selected to the national team of Netherlands
Jan 13 2058: Salvador Carreras
was selected to the national team of Cuba
Wins: 18 Losses: 25 Pct: .419 Last10: 7-3 Streak: L1
Ave: 4.5 - 5.3 RS: 193 RA: 228 DIFF: -35 Power Index: 99.7
[0 | Eliminated]
Oct 24 2041: Enriquez Sets Single Season Franchise Record
- by ImASurvivor on August 5th, 2019
After helping the Bradenton Bruins secure promotion into division V, Enriquez barely reached the 475 ABs in order to qualify for single-season percentage records. His batting average of .343 comes in at #12, slugging percentage of .698 places him in second being club legend Ross Blankenship, and finally, he has vaulted to the top of the club charts in OPS with a whopping 1.099. What an incredible season in terms of team success and personal success for the potential future club Hall of Famer, who surely has many spectacular seasons ahead of him.
Aug 19 2041: Bradenton Down Two Starting Pitchers Headed Into Cup Semi-Finals
- by ImASurvivor on July 18th, 2019
Jorge Baca and Rogelio Bauta will be forced to sit in the clubhouse during the Bruins' once in a lifetime series tomorrow against the Bronx Athletics in the Semi-Finals of the cup competition. Baca's elbow is inflamed, while Bauta tore his Labral in what could prove to be devastating injury timing for the Division VI club.
Jul 23 2041: Bradenton Shocks Bellevue, onto Final 8 in Cup Competition
- by ImASurvivor on July 12th, 2019
In their first season under the control of ImASurvivor
, Bradenton has stunned the Broken Bat community as they advance into the 7th round of the cup with just 8 teams remaining. Bradenton practically stole game 1 from their 6th round opponent Bellevue in the first extra inning, mostly thanks to their big bats at the top of the order. The second game was once again a tight affair, as Bradenton was trailing in the top of the eighth inning before they scored 4 runs to take the game once again from the hands of the Sharks. Lorenzo Robles was the player of the game in that game after he pitched 3 2/3 scoreless innings to seal the game for the Bruins. Bradenton has been fortunate in the draw of the final 8 as they match up against the 6th ranked remaining team in the Bellington Werewolves.