Joliet Blues

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Team: Joliet Blues [ID #549] Bookmark Joliet Blues

Location: Joliet, IL (Central)

League: IV.3 - East

Owner: Akaoni21 send message
          [since April 18th 2020 | last seen August 09th 2022]

Manager: Elwood Gay

Ballpark: John Adam Belushi Memorial Field

Rank: #118 - Rating: 140.65

Fan Mood: 123.81

Prestige: 27

Color: Blue

Team Notes:

• Mar 30 2056: Aiden Storm was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 25 2056: Kraig Schmidt was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 18 2056: Yoshio Hirano was claimed off of waivers.
• Mar 16 2056: Dan Degeno was released.
• Mar 16 2056: Toshiaki Chiba was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 16 2056: Jerry Fields was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 12 2056: Mike Gunderson was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 12 2056: Greg Wilkinson was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 10 2056: Henry Lang was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 10 2056: Gabriel Wadsworth was claimed off of waivers.

League Record:

Wins: 2     Losses: 1     Pct: .667     Last10: 2-1     Streak: L1

Ave: 5.3 - 4.0     RS: 16     RA: 12     DIFF: +4         Power Index: 104.3


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Press Releases:

Jan 15 2048: Feeling Blues - by Akaoni21 on November 13th, 2020

Changes are afoot at the team formerly known as the Joliet Blue Jays.

During the 2047 season in league VI.12 there were three teams in total who went by the moniker 'Blue Jays'. Joliet ownership has had plans in place for quite some time to go in a new direction even before the Jackson Blue Jays re-joined our league. After consulting with the fanbase a new identity has been decided upon thus we'll be dropping the Blue Jays moniker (Which admittedly was just a placeholder until we could rebrand the franchise with something more fitting) and replace it with a new and original brand that will differentiate us from the competition. Henceforth our team shall be known as the Blues.

We're also pleased to announce that minor changes have been made to our ballpark which will hopefully help the players to optimize their performances to an even greater level. We'll be happy to welcome rival teams to 'John Adam Belushi Memorial Field' this upcoming season.

The 2047 season seemed to have been a tough one for many teams and it was no different here in Joliet, we suffered a season of learning and growing pains. The silver lining was the performance of our rookie players, in particular short stop Tony Solis who earned the Rookie of the year award, our very own 1B John "Wild Onion" Mayhew came second in the running, this bodes well for the future.

Things are looking bright for the Blues.