Reno Aces






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Team: Reno Aces [ID #544] Bookmark Reno Aces

Location: Reno, NV (West)

League: VI.16 - West

Owner: ETrent send message
          [since March 05th 2018 | last seen March 27th 2020]

Manager: Jesse Mixon

Ballpark: Sierra Nevada Park

Rank: #389 - Rating: 87.62

Fan Mood: 112.82

Prestige: 11

Color: Black

Team Notes:

• Nov 04 2044: Nathan Short was named the league MVP.
• Nov 01 2044: Pete Merritt was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Nov 01 2044: Jabari Sims was released.
• Jun 10 2044: Vicente Romero was released.
• Mar 20 2044: Guillermo Canizares was released.
• Mar 16 2044: Vitor Gabriel Pinto was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 08 2044: Tomas Vega was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 04 2044: Bo Kyung Woo was signed as a free agent.
• Jan 15 2044: Jesse Mixon was hired as the new manager.
• Jan 15 2044: Sam Jones was fired as manager.


League Record:

Wins: 0 Losses: 0 Pct: .000 Last10: 6-4 Streak: L2

Ave: 0.0 - 0.0 RS: 0 RA: 0 DIFF: 0

Cup:

Group 0 [0 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Apr 11 2043: Rutledge & Locke combine in near perfect win - by ETrent on November 16th, 2019

Reno pitchers Edward Rutledge and Doug Locke combined on a one-hitter, in beating Oak Park 2-0 at The TeePee.

The Reno pitchers were efficient, facing the minimum 27 batters, allowing the one hit (a 6th inning single by Oak Park 2B Sidney Croft - which was immediately followed by a double play) and no other baserunners.

Rutledge (1-0, 5.40) struck out four Indians in his seven innings of work on 64 pitches, while Locke saved his third of the year on just 20 pitches in two innings.


Apr 14 2041: Reno Somehow Leads Division - by ETrent on June 15th, 2019

If you look a the numbers, there's no way Reno should even be in the middle of the West Division, let alone leading it by two games.

The Aces bats are off to a dreadful start (.244 batting average in 14 games; 11th in the league), pitching has been getting hammered (4.64 ERA, 10th in the league), and the fielding is almost semi-decent (.975 FP, tied for 8th).

It seems that individuals are shining in this team: Nathan Short leads the league in SB, BB and is tied for the most Runs; Slugger Drew Gruber is tied at the top of the Home Run tally; and 3B Ray Grove is quietly in the top ten of both HR and RBI.

Pitching has its bright spots as well, with bullpen standouts Dexter Reed and Doug Locke forming a lethal final innings 1-2 combination. Reed's four wins leads the circuit, while Locke leads the league with seven saves in right appearances.

Granted, its still early in the year, but if form holds, Reno has a bright future.