Philly – August PR

Another month going 19-9, and we basically kept pace with Edmonton, trailing by 1/2 game. Hiroaiki Hara stepped up this month going 4-1 with a 1.66 ERA, Mendez went 4-1 with a  2.85 ERA, but even with the 19 wins, the rest of the staff was somewhat pedestrian.  Jim House …

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Kitscoty Kings August PR

Kitscoty Kings submitted a perfectly average 14-14 August. It looks like the team has fallen out of the playoff mix at this point baring a miracle or if Wetaskwin owner checks on his team. As mentioned last month the Kings are trying out a few players; OF Mike Connelly had …

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Bombers 1955 August

After a sluggish July in which the club went 9-14, the Bombers responded with a much more consistent 19-10 record in August. Fueled by the major splashes made at the trade deadline, the Bombers regained their early season form and once again look dangerous as we enter the stretch drive. …

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August 1955 PR – Kinuso Blues

August record 16-12. Blues are 6 games back of Wetaskiwin and have a 6 game lead over Barry’s Bay for last WC position. 7th in runs scored and 3rd in runs allowed, 3rd in defensive efficiency. Blues offense has come alive and moved up 2 spots in the rankings this …

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Trap Wrap: July ’55

The Trappers carried over a hot June (20-7) right thru July, posting a 19-8 mark. They presently sit 1 game behind Philly in the CL, and 3.5 up on the upstart Ottawa Knights for the 1st CL wild card position. Some minor additions were made at the deadline, with depth …

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Philly PR – July

Philly maintained the pace of the Canis League with a 15-11 month but remained tied with Edmonton with the Bronx not far behind and Ottawa climbing fast.  While the Athletics remained silent at the trade deadline, it wasn’t without some conversations, but nothing materialized.  They did however, finally get lead …

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Kinuso Blues – July 1955 PR

Blues have gone 13-11 in July, are 6 games back of Wetaskiwin and have a 3.5 game lead over Yukon for the final UL playoff spot. 9th in runs scored and 3rd in runs allowed, 4th in defensive efficiency. Transactions Blues traded 2B William Haas and CF prospect Joe Davis …

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Houston Quiet at the Trade Deadline

The Houston Colt .45’s decided to keep the team as-is, and not make a push at this season’s trade deadline. According to GM Michael Carroll, “There just wasn’t much out there that we felt could help us along. The one or two guys we inquired in either were too expensive, …

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Kitscoty Kings July

The Kitscoty Kings head into July with what is a truly middle of the road record, as they sit at 54-53 heading into August. King’s management was fully aware that it was going to be tough to catch up to Wetaskwin and Houston who are leading the Ursa Division. It …

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Blockbusters At the Deadline

After a terrific first half to the 1955 season, the Bombers hit the skids to start the second half and limped to a 9-14 July record. Noticing some signs of age showing up and a lack of zip in the club, GM Brett Williams went to work to try and …

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