Hellions 1956 Season Starts…

the way their seasons usually start, with a thud. 2-3 against Charleston and Atlantic City. Two teams predicted to finish lower than them in the standings. I know we’ve only played the first five games, but the Hellions are ranked dead last in 7 out of 11 important batting statistics, …

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Welcome parade cancelled

Jorge Reyes’ welcome to Philly parade has been cancelled.  Not because of the snow but because he has invoked his no trade clause.  50% off cheesesteaks are now available throughout the city.

Whalers 55 season wrap up

Tied or led the ursa from game 1 through game 162. Still not good enough to win the division Playoffs- 1, 2 BBQ for the whalers. boosting their playoff career record to 1-5 (or 6 if you count game 163) Offense – basically everyone hit. 2nd in average 3rd in …

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Kinuso Blues 1955 Season wrap up

What a season for the Blues! Made the playoffs as 2nd Wildcard Beat Mr. Magnificent and the rest of the Whalers in the Brawl Came back from 3-1 deficit to dethrone UL powerhouse Houston .45s Lost to Philadelphia Athletics in the Polaris Classic in 6 games. OFFENSE: LF Vic Wertz …

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San Francisco Meatballs – Season Review

5 Most Important Things: 1.Young RF Ted Tappe developing into middle of the order bat 2.Young CF Nathan Mccalain solid season top of the lineup 3.Balanced lineup finishing Top 5 4.Closer Tommy Mercer continued to be one of the most dominating relief pitchers 5.Free Agent Setup MR Francisco Diaz having …

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Philly Playoff Classic PR

I know a lot of you guys all know each other and live near each other, but the opportunity for me to hang out with Ryan during our series was truly priceless.  We were sitting in the hotel lobby bar, a bunch of old people from an Oiler booster group …

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Kinuso Blues – Polaris Classic PR 1955

Well, much like John Wick, the Blues were given an impossible task, to come back from a 3-1 deficit to the 5 time UL champion Houston .45s. After an epic extra inning marathon the Blues now face the Philadelphia Athletics in the ’55 Polaris Classic. During the regular season the …

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Bronx Bombers 1955 Playoff Preview

The Bronx Bombers entered the month of September with a firm hold on the 3rd playoff spot in the Canis League. However, a very inconsistent month shrunk the Bombers lead and eventually caused them to fall into 4th place with four games to go. With four straight on the road, …

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Philly playoff PR

The Athletics clubhouse is in shambles.  Upon announcing Orlando Mendez as the starter vs Bronx in The Brawl, SP David O’Quinn literally kicked in Manager Joe Davidson’s door, demanding that he gets the start. GM Robert Perinka stated that he appreciated the competitive flair shown by O’Quinn, but wanted to …

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Philly – September PR

Philly won 102 games this season, but are literally limping into the playoffs.  We have a few players slumping but The Brawl vs Bronx would be a fucking amazing time to catch fire. 25 year old Orlando Mendez finished his 23-5 season by going 3-4, including losses to The Bronx …

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