Haverhill Halflings






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Team: Haverhill Halflings [ID #574] Bookmark Haverhill Halflings

Location: Haverhill, MA (New England)

League: III.2 - East

Owner: Rock777 send message
          [since September 21st 2014 | last seen January 27th 2023]

Manager: Charles Kroger

Ballpark: Hospital Hill

Rank: #44 - Rating: 178.23

Fan Mood: 128.17

Prestige: 53

Color: Green

Team Notes:

• May 29 2058: Gary Howarth was released.
• May 04 2058: Trey Jones was released.
• Mar 20 2058: Ismael Cepeda was claimed off of waivers.
• Jan 13 2058: Denzel Harper was claimed off of waivers.
• Jan 13 2058: Trey Jones was claimed off of waivers.
• Jan 13 2058: Ariel Arroyo was released.
• Jan 13 2058: Juan Pablo Silinas was selected to the national team of Nicaragua.
• Jan 13 2058: Henry Ras was selected to the national team of Aruba.
• Nov 02 2057: Carmelo Corrales was named the Rookie of the Year.
• Oct 18 2057: Julio Paz was released.


League Record:

Wins: 28     Losses: 15     Pct: .651     Last10: 5-5     Streak: W1

Ave: 4.7 - 3.9     RS: 203     RA: 166     DIFF: +37         Power Index: 101.3

Cup:

Group 13 [2 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

May 03 2028: Streak comes to a tragic end - by Rock777 on July 28th, 2016

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Coming into today's game the Highlanders boosted an impressive 0-11 record in 1 run games. However the Isotopes snapped that streak today when Arteaga gave up two runs in the eighth inning. Dejected fans were seen leaving the stadium with torn up "Born Losers" signs. Many had expressed interest in seeing how long the team to stretch the streak. "Now they will probably just lose another 8 or 9 before they win one" commented one such fan. Despite the GMs constant appeals for patience, most fans have already given up on the year and are now looking for something else to pique their interest. With the breaking of the streak there are concerns that attendance may slip even more at Hospital Hill.


Jan 20 2024: Offseason changes - by Rock777 on August 24th, 2015

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After failing to reach the playoffs the Highlanders release Fred Carr. Fan's are shocked and dismayed. In four years with the Highlanders Carr has never had a losing record (neither League or Cup). When asked about this dubious decision managements response was simply "while Fred has been a great contributor to this club for several years, we felt it was time to move on." Will there be more empty seats this year?

Rookie manager Jesse Purcell takes the reigns from the beloved Fred Carr.

Additionally veteran setup man Norm Wright has retired. "He will be missed and a hard man to replace." Youngster Al Bass has taken over the setup role from an aging Wright last year, but Bass is expected to move into a starting role this year. With star closer Ron Shields just around the corner from retirement, who will be the future anchors in the Haverhill bullpen?


Aug 29 2023: Luck's Lost Victims - by Rock777 on August 2nd, 2015

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After a several embarrassing series against the West, the Highlanders have a long ways to go if they want dig themselves out of the hole they are in. On paper it looks like the Highlanders should be shoo-ins, but one look at their 1-run game record is all it takes to see why this team is 7 games out.

Oh, and Ayers finally got the boot.


Jun 09 2020: - by Rock777 on November 17th, 2014




Jun 09 2020: - by Rock777 on November 17th, 2014