Wichita Falls Roadrunners






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Location: Wichita Falls, TX (Southwest)

League: VI.26 - West

Owner: None

Manager: Marty Lawson

Ballpark: Wichita Falls Coliseum

Rank: #306 - Rating: 100.73

Fan Mood: 110.34

Prestige: 38

Color: Red & Gold

Team Notes:

• Mar 14 2052: Yukihiro Matsuo was released.
• Jan 13 2052: Patryk Kozłowski was selected to the national team of Poland.
• Sep 12 2051: Hyun Woo Min was released.
• Aug 25 2051: Team relinquished by sockDwayne.
• Jan 13 2051: Hyun Woo Min was selected to the national team of South Korea.
• Jan 13 2051: Patryk Kozłowski was selected to the national team of Poland.
• Oct 06 2050: Team acquired by sockDwayne.
• Aug 19 2050: Bernardo Cueto was signed as a free agent.
• Jul 21 2050: Sammy Sheehan was signed as a free agent.
• Jul 07 2050: Team relinquished by Ducksnort Single.


League Record:

Wins: 25     Losses: 21     Pct: .543     Last10: 7-3     Streak: W2

Ave: 5.9 - 5.2     RS: 270     RA: 240     DIFF: +30         Power Index: 103.9

Cup:

Group 108 [1 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Aug 09 2047: Busy month for the Falcons - by Ducksnort Single on October 21st, 2020

Since July 19th Pharr's owner, Ducksnort, has made 12 roster moves. This includes 1 draft pick (20 yr old Claude LeBlanc), 3 players released (OF prospects Meza & Simpson) and 1 veteran (30 yr old C Cliff McGee). Ducksnort said in a press release, "After falling to 5 games below 1st place Marion, we realized we needed to improve at a few positions, especially the left side of the IF. With our starting SS & 3b (Bert Close & Hisashi Takagi) seriously underperforming we had to make some changes. We called up Tomas Pena from AAA to play short and signed 29 yr old Gonzalo Jasso to play 3b. We also acquired 3 other players (veteran Tobias Jung & prospects Cooper & Schell) to bolster our bench and minor league prospects." Only time will tell if all this will pay off or not. currently the Falcons have climbed to 3 games out of 1st.


Jul 14 2042: Building continues.... - by orionbrando on September 24th, 2019

In an attempt to combine veterans with new blood to try to avoid demotion, the team failed. Starting today a lot of contracts will be released and young players will be starters for the rest of the season. A slow building of a franchise starts here.


May 25 2041: A new beginning from the nest - by orionbrando on June 27th, 2019

Pharr Cockatiels (Previously Falcons) franchise rebuilding started.
New owner, after arriving in a losing season, is aiming for future seasons even if it means to tank some games.
From the nest to the world, the team will focus in building players for future years.
Owner Orionbrando is motivated to make his hometown team a winner team for upcoming generations.


May 31 2032: Pharr says goodbye to Mueller and hello to new owner - by fatpen on June 9th, 2017

On game date May 29 Pharr welcomed a new owner to help turn around their season around. Fatpen had this to say about his new job," our team has struggled a lot this season, besides a very talented roster. We made some great plays but weren't consistent. As the new proud owner of Pharr, I believe that if we can rally around each other and really push ourselves, we can make this a legendary year for the Pharr Falcons!" The powerful words have not seemed to sink in yet, as the falcons sit at the bottom of their division with a depressing 17-26 record. But with over 100 games left in the season, anything can happen!#falconPride!


Oct 24 2030: Pharr bids farewell to veteran slugger Mueller - by Mesh77 on February 14th, 2017

After twelve seasons in Pharr and team records in at-bats, hits, doubles and runs scored, not to mention being second in career home runs and RBI, veteran second baseman Ryan Mueller announced his retirement after the Falcons last home game of the 2030 season.

"It's definitely emotional," said the veteran slugger, a seven-time All-Star, three-time All-League and one-time gold glove winner. "I hoped to just get a shot at the bigs, and to have played this long for such a great organisation as the Falcons has been a huge honor. I'm going home to California to grow oranges and lemons, but part of me will always belong to Texas."

Mueller becomes the sixth member of the Falcons Hall of Fame, and - like the others - had his #23 shirt retired by the ballclub.