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Team: Evansville Indians [ID #693] Bookmark Evansville Indians

Location: Evansville, IN (Central)

League: VI.6 - East

Owner: None

Manager: Bret Raines

Ballpark: Evansville Memorial Stadium

Rank: #732 - Rating: 45.44

Fan Mood: 74.71

Prestige: 9

Color: Red Pinstripes

Team Notes:

• Mar 14 2064: Neal Goad was signed as a free agent.
• Nov 02 2063: Cole Vezzoli was released.
• Aug 02 2063: Team relinquished by SpeedyRacer977191.
• Oct 22 2062: Alfred Tuttle was released.
• Oct 22 2062: Harold Pastorino was released.
• Oct 22 2062: Henry Strand was released.
• Oct 22 2062: Ángelo Tejera was released.
• May 16 2062: Dirk Willson was signed as a free agent.
• May 07 2062: Matias Macias was hired as the new coach.
• May 07 2062: Coach Donnie Hager was let go.


League Record:

Wins: 3     Losses: 7     Pct: .300     Last10: 3-7     Streak: L5

Ave: 3.8 - 6.6     RS: 38     RA: 66     DIFF: -28         Power Index: 96.7

Cup:

Group 43 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Oct 22 2062: Out with the Old, In with the Youth - by SpeedyRacer977191 on January 8th, 2024

When the news broke last night to some of the veterans of the team that they were released, they were shocked. Last night General Manager Speedy, cut several of the teams veteran pitchers. Players included with those cuts were, Alfred Tuttle, who's played his entire career with Evansville. "I'm quite shocked but also have a little bit of an understanding with the new owner/ general manager. I am 35 now, my best is certainly behind me, but I feel like I can still play and teach some of these younger guys how to stay in the show longer."Along with Tuttle, who has 3 Cy Young Awards, 4 All-League selections, and 5 All-Star selections; Other pitchers that were released were, Pastorino, Strand, and Tejera.

We were able to catch a quick word during the busy start to the offseason with Owner/ General Manager Speedy, "This is the new direction of the Evansville Indians. It starts with Youth."


May 16 2062: New General Manager, New Goals - by SpeedyRacer977191 on November 27th, 2023


Today I stand before you at the new General Manager of the Evansville Indians. I've looked at the great history of this ball club. We've had some real highs and some real lows. Lots of general managers, lots of ball club managers. Stability, is something needed here in Evansville. We have some nice pieces here in our major league team and some nice pieces in the minors. At this stage we've got to have a very strong emphasis on developing young players that we have and drafting and finding new young talent in the free agent pool. The team we have now, I'll let them play, Coach Raines is in full control of the lineup card at this time. We both see eye to eye on where we would like to be the rest of the year and the future of this ball club.