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Team: Boca Raton Gryphons [ID #728] Bookmark Boca Raton Gryphons

Location: Boca Raton, FL (Southeast)

League: VI.30 - East

Owner: Alyksandur send message
          [since July 19th 2017 | last seen November 18th 2021]

Manager: Gilberto Paz

Ballpark: The Aerie

Rank: #443 - Rating: 81.03

Fan Mood: 106.00

Prestige: 7

Color: Red & Gold

Team Notes:

• Jan 13 2052: William Eriksson was selected to the national team of Sweden.
• Jan 13 2052: Andrew Brookes was selected to the national team of South Africa.
• Jan 13 2052: Igor Grabowski was selected to the national team of Poland.
• Jan 13 2052: Alphonse Fusco was selected to the national team of Italy.
• Jan 13 2052: Frank Essert was selected to the national team of Germany.
• Nov 02 2051: Nick Cash was awarded the Cy Young award.
• Jul 06 2051: Tim Wilbur was released.
• Jan 13 2051: William Eriksson was selected to the national team of Sweden.
• Jan 13 2051: Igor Grabowski was selected to the national team of Poland.
• Jan 13 2051: Alphonse Fusco was selected to the national team of Italy.


League Record:

Wins: 79     Losses: 78     Pct: .503     Last10: 6-4     Streak: W4

Ave: 5.0 - 4.5     RS: 782     RA: 699     DIFF: +83         Power Index: 98.0

Cup:

Group 76 [0 | Eliminated]

Press Releases:

Jan 15 2033: New Owner, Manager, Mascot, Location, & Experiment! - by Alyksandur on July 22nd, 2017

The 2033 season is going to see a new direction for the organization, and more than one, if new owner Alyksandur has anything to say about it.

After contemplating a number of potential locations (including remaining in Summerville, South Carolina and, to other team owner Wickersty's dismay, Deadwood, South Dakota) and names (with Pandas and Vultures under consideration), the team finally settled in Boca Ration, Florida as the Gulls.

Besides moving south, the team hopes to be moving upward in the league standings. Just not in a typical fashion.

"Most team owners won't even look twice at the 11 POT players," Alyksandur said in the press conference announcing the change in ownership. "I know that higher POT players translates to better quality teams; that's just basic math, easecially if the players hit their cap. I just think that, with a bit of care and planning, a team of the right 11 POT guys can make a good showing for themselves. I want to see how far they can go."

Alyksandur has already cut a number of players who aren't 11 POT, and plans to cut the rest as the team signs free agents and once release restrictions expire. He does plan to exempt players in the future whose careers started out with 11 POT projections.