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Team: Coconut Creek Cowboys [ID #489] Bookmark Coconut Creek Cowboys

Location: Coconut Creek, FL (Southeast)

League: VI.15 - East

Owner: None

Manager: Evan Phelps

Ballpark: Coconut Creek Memorial Stadium

Rank: #590 - Rating: 67.48

Fan Mood: 87.34

Prestige: 95

Color: Rust

Team Notes:

• May 03 2062: Ramon Cordero was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 14 2062: Lazaro Portillo was released.
• Mar 14 2062: Bernie Pratt was signed as a free agent.
• Nov 02 2061: Laurence Barrett was named the Rookie Pitcher of the Year.
• Aug 19 2061: Kendrick Bartlett was signed as a free agent.
• May 29 2061: Dave Funk was signed as a free agent.
• Apr 07 2061: Arturo Serna was released.
• Mar 14 2061: Jorge Alberro was released.
• Nov 02 2060: Keith McHugh was named the Rookie of the Year.
• Nov 02 2060: Stanley Negro was released.

League Record:

Wins: 16     Losses: 28     Pct: .364     Last10: 3-7     Streak: L4

Ave: 4.7 - 5.5     RS: 207     RA: 241     DIFF: -34         Power Index: 100.9


Group 36 [1 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Sep 24 2059: New Sheriff In Town - by zcurrier1097 on May 14th, 2023

I may be new to this club but I will figure out the weak links and we will become the winning club that the fans pay to see! I give a 5 year run to redevelop this team and root out who doesn't need to be here.

Mar 15 2051: Brewer Bears Face Relocation - by Donnie on July 16th, 2021

Since their move to Brewer, Maine, the Bears organization has struggled immensely. The team has seen its rating plummet and its fans upset. There have only been five winning seasons since the move in 2034, and only one in the last ten years. Because of this recent lack of success, the city council of Brewer has decided not to renew the Bears' lease on their stadium, effectively rendering their stadium, well, no longer their stadium.

Because of this, the owners of the franchise were left with a tough choice: carry this sinkhole of an organization to a new city in Maine, or sell low and cut their losses. They chose the latter. In their pursuit for a potential investor, they came across a man named Donald Jickard, who eventually folded and bought the plummeting franchise.

Mr. Jickard, a rich investor from the state of Florida, has decided to move the franchise south to his hometown, Coconut Creek, in the hopes of a revival.

"It won't be easy," Mr. Jickard stated in an interview last Wednesday, just hours before the purchase of the team. "I know I'm in for a lot of work, but this team has been down and out for too long. I remember watching this team as a child. Seeing their threepeat back in the early 2000s astonished me. Now to see where they've ended up, it's heartbreaking."

The organization will see a name change as well, although it's not be as new as fans may think. Jickard has decided to call back to the organization's roots and rename the organization to the Cowboys.

The Coconut Creek Cowboys, due to a lack of a finished stadium, will reside at the local high school's park until construction is complete on a new "state of the art" (according to Jickard) stadium. More to come soon.