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Monday, 26 September 2016

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A SIX PACK, FOUR BASES & TWO CENTS

A SIX PACK, FOUR BASES & TWO CENTS

Old SIMBL Stars Never Die, They Just Fade Away While Only A Few Head To The Hall

A stalwart in Las Vegas for 11 of his 18 SIMBL seasons, catcher Micah Irwin (above left) is a current free agent looking to play his 19th season.  Irwin's 11 Gold Glove Awards are a SIMBL record and along with a career .261 batting average, 306 home runs, 1161 RBI and 2305 hits, the former #2 overall pick of the 2020 SIMBL Draft appears headed to the SIMBL Hall Of Fame regardless of how and where he ends his solid SIMBL career.

CURRENT SIMBL HALL OF FAMERS:
SIMBL First File Era 2005-2018:
3B Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017 (Inducted 2021)
2B Lucas Espitia San Diego 2005-2016 Birmingham 2016-2017 New Orleans 2018 (Inducted 2021)
SP Pedro Ramirez Oregon 2006-2015 Birmingham 2015-2016 Chicago 2016-2018 (Inducted 2021)
1B Taitarou Harnaobu Oregon 2005-2007 Toronto 2007-2011 Calgary 2011-2017 (Inducted 2021)
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego 2006-2018, 2021-22 (Inducted 2029)
SP James Sousa Los Angeles 2005-2018 Lowell 2018 (Inducted 2029)
SP Richard Dicks Sr. Marin-Sacramento 2005-2017 Las Vegas 2018 (Inducted 2029)
OF Dominick Lund Boston 2005-2016 (Inducted 2029)
CL Bill Hyer San Diego 2008-2018 Lowell 2028 (Inducted 2029)
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current Pitchers:
SP Alberto Tovar San Diego 2019-2023 Rochester 2024-2026 (Inducted 2026)
SP Craig Byrd Calgary 2019-2024 Chicago 2025-2027 Tampa Bay 2028 (Inducted 2028)
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester 2019-2029 (Inducted 2030)
SP Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach-Hollywood 2019-2027 Whitby 2027-2028 Las Vegas 2029-2030 (Inducted 2031)
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon 2019-2027 Dallas 2028-2030 (Inducted 2031)
SP Oki Okada Bristol 2019-2024 Chicago 2024-2029 Hollywood 2030-2031 Asheville 2032 (Inducted 2032)
SP Vinny Corleone Knoxville 2019-2020 Calgary 2020-2025 Asheville 2026 Deer Lake 2027-2028 Boston 2029 Whitby 2030-2032 (Inducted 2034)
SP Michael Gambino Oregon 2019-2028 Knoxville 2029-2030 Las Vegas 2031 Oregon 2032 Deer Lake-Bellingham 2033-2034 (Inducted 2034)
CL Barret Jenkins Calgary 2019-2024 Asheville 2025-2026 Bristol 2027-2031 Rochester 2032-2033 Bristol 2034 (Inducted 2034)
CL Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego 2019-2025 Seattle 2026-2035 (Inducted 2037)
SP Richard Dicks Jr. Texas 2019-2025 Cleveland 2025-2028 Deer Lake 2029-2031 San Diego 2031-2032 Sacramento 2033-2036 (Inducted 2037)
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current Positional Players:
1B Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2034 (Inducted 2034)
1B Artie Bradley New York 2022-2031 Dallas 2032-2033 Rochester 2034 Sacramento 2035 (Inducted 2036)
OF Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2034 (Inducted 2036)
OF Zachery Dye New York 2019-2027 Hollywood 2028-2029 Hawaii 2029 Hollywood 2030-2033 New York 2034-2035 (Inducted 2037)
OF Miguel Espinoza Tacoma-Cleveland 2019-2034 (Inducted 2034)
OF Matt Kramer Chicago 2019-2024 Bristol 2024-2032 Chicago 2033-2034 (Inducted 2036)
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento 2022-2030 Deer Lake-Bellingham 2031-2036 (Inducted 2036)
OF Leonard Williamson Colchester-Boston 2020-2022 Astoria-Seattle 2022-2031 Boston 2032-2034 (Inducted 2036)
OF Michael Lonewolf Tacoma 2020-2021 Calgary 2022-2026 Toronto 2026-2037 (Inducted 2037)
OF Carlos Molina Calgary 2019-2027 Hawaii 2028-2030 Las Vegas 2031-2034 Sacramento 2035-2037 (Inducted 2037)
2B Dante Dawson Dallas 2020-2021 Hawaii 2022-2029 Cleveland 2030 San Diego 2031-2033 Whitby 2034 Sacramento 2035-2036 (Inducted 2037)
C Taki Taketo San Diego 2019-2023 Rochester 2023-2024 Knoxville 2024-2030 Hollywood 2030-2031 Knoxville 2032 Boston 2033 Knoxville 2034 Hollywood 2035 Bend 2036 (Inducted 2037)
OF Kendrick Templeton Sacramento 2022-2028 Hawaii 2029-2032 Bristol 2033-2036 (Inducted 2037)
By Carl Hannah
Las Vegas Hustlers GM
SIMBL Contributor

Legends are fading from the SIMBL as we start the 2038 season. Some gracefully--others less so--as they face the never-ending onslaught of younger talent into the league. This past off-season saw the inductions of Taki Taketo, Dante Dawson, Michael Lonewolf and Kendrick Templeton along with pitcher and third on the SIMBL all-time wins list (277) Richard Dicks Jr.. All members that hung around the league long enough to collect 2000 hits and over 1000 RBIs but all that likely hung on a few seasons past their primes. Certainly, Taki Taketo had one of the best first halves of any career ever, winning the SL MVP Award for the 2019, 2022 and 2026 seasons, but succumbed to the wear and tear of catching all those games and hung around the league for a further nine seasons where he was far less effective. A SIMBL Hall Of Famer to be sure, but, certainly, some of the shine was worn off his career as he plugged away into his forties. Not everyone is Carlos Molina, who oddly enough despite ending his career first all-time in RBI (1963) and second in all-time home runs (645), never won a single MVP award during his illustrious 19-year career.

Amazingly, there are six members of the 2000 hit club currently on the phone with their agents and hoping for a phone call. Five-time UL MVP Tony Aguilar, three-time SL MVP Julian Winfield, Michael Caldwell, Joe Hayes, 11-time Gold Glove catcher Micah Irwin, and long-time Bend Bandit Eddie Gale. All will be shoe-ins for the SIMBL Hall or at least the Hall of Very Good. Tony Aguilar, perhaps the best player in SIMBL history and certainly the owner of the best single season during his 2025 60/60 campaign, is looking for one more shot at the SIMBL Coveted Cup as a current 42 year-old free agent but has received very little interest. The SIMBL's current all-time home run king's last season in Dallas he hit just 15 home runs despite being healthy for the first time in a decade. It's a shame that his career will end struggling to find a spot. He's won all the awards, he's made all the money, he won a championship, he set all the records. Why not ride off gracefully into the sunset?

Julian Winfield, perhaps the only one of the six with a legitimate gripe, had a slash line of .297/.400/.565 last season and must be wondering why not a single team is in need of a competent DH. He also has the best shot to be a mid-season pick-up. Rumor on the street is that he's willing to sign for just a few million and even a casual glance around the league shows a half dozen teams who are struggling to find a quality DH. I doubt we get to June before Winfield is helping out a contender.

There must be little love lost between Joe Hayes and Knoxville after a 15-year career with the Lumberkings after a big 2020 trade with Calgary that netted the L-Kings Hayes and future SIMBL Hall Of Famer 400 career save club closer Chris Ross and the Clippers three-time Hurler Of The Year and SIMBL Hall Of Famer Vinny Corleone who helped lead Calgary to SIMBL championships in 2023 and 2025. Hayes, who stands second all-time in SIMBL career stolen bases with 1011. Injuries have limited Hayes the past three seasons but he's not too far removed from his 199 hit campaign in 2034 and he's been the heart and soul of that Knoxville team for years. A thousand stolen bases (one of only two players to amass that in SIMBL history) might not mean much when they've never been accompanied by a ring, however, and we all know how Knoxville's fans have been frustrated time and again in the post-season. Losing his position to phenom and former #2 overall draft pick Michael Werner is understandable but there aren't a lot of kids lining up for RF Bobby Spence's autograph. Does Knoxville bring him back before the end of the season?

Michael Caldwell's knees probably can't take another season and he's bounced around the league the last four seasons. An ironman, he's only been on the disable list once but he's clearly played through many injuries and that took a toll on the lifespan of his career. Never a huge offensive threat he used to be an expert fielder that could generate gobs of singles in the batters box. But those days are over. Even a change to 3B isn't enough to get a team to bite.

Catcher Micah Irwin is one of the most underrated players in league history. The former #2 overall pick of the 2020 SIMBL Draft has played 11 of his 18-season career with Las Vegas. An expert defensive catcher that has been extremely consistent with a bat, he's had great success even while pushing 40 years of age. He still has one of the best arms in the league and it's somewhat baffling that a team hasn't picked him up. You'd think his SIMBL-record 11 Gold Glove awards would get him a backup job at the very least. The minors are replete with catching prospects but not many are ready to take the plunge. Irwin is another player to look to get picked up prior to the 2038 SIMBL All-Star Game. There will be an injury or poor performance by some team's catcher and he'll get the call.

Finally, we have Eddie Gale, Bend's longtime left-fielder, who suffered through many injuries in 2034 and 2035 and hasn't been the same player since. Very few players spend their entire careers with the same team but it appears that Gale's 15-year career in Bend is over. A three-time All-Star, it looks like he'll miss the SIMBL Hall of Fame but he'll certainly have a few fans pushing for induction. He just never quite lived up to his very high potential after being selected #11 overall in the 2022 SIMBL Draft. Still, time moves on and Bend has a young, great outfield. Like Caldwell and Aguilar, I don't see a team taking a chance on Gale. It's time for him to kick back and look back on a very good career with many great moments.

Aguilar. Winfield. Caldwell. Hayes. Irwin. Gale. I'd expect half of them to make the SIMBL Hall of Fame but perhaps they all would benefit if they would just be able to walk away from the game rather than looking for one last shot with one last team.

 
2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/2/2038) SIGNINGS

2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/2/2038) SIGNINGS

Many Top Free Agents Still On The Board As 2038 Off-Season Major Free Agency Concludes & Spring Training Arrives

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/4/2028: $94,832,198
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/4/2029: $95,052,938
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/2/2030: $101,240,677
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/3/2031: $109,629,755
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/1/2032: $118,219,393
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/1/2033: $116,177,435
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 2/27/2034: $110,950,919
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 2/26/2035: $109,318,237
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/4/2036: $105,374,844
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/2/2037: $111,787,945
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/2/2038: $114,222,307
2038 FREE AGENCY SIM 5 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Monday, February 15th, 2038

Bristol Owls: Signed free agent SP Jason Chapman to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,110,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent SP Christian Howard to a 1-year contract worth a total of $4,900,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent 2B Cecil Edwards to a 3-year contract worth a total of $6,600,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent C Antonio Patrone to a 2-year contract worth a total of $6,200,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent SP Hector Cuervo to a 3-year contract worth a total of $15,750,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR James Rudolph to a 2-year contract worth a total of $2,560,000.  
Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent 1B Juan Santos to a 3-year contract worth a total of $25,500,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent RF Jim Miller to a 3-year contract worth a total of $19,500,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent CF Justin Davis to a 1-year contract worth a total of $4,700,000.

Sunday, February 14th, 2038

Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed RF Garrett Knight to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $21,530,000.  

Monday, February 8th, 2038

Calgary Clippers: Signed MR Russell Kirk to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $13,960,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent SP Hayden James to a 1-year contract worth a total of $3,400,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent SP Dalton Jarvis to a 1-year contract worth a total of $3,800,000.  New York Enforcers: Signed free agent CF Dennis Martin to a 2-year contract worth a total of $12,000,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent 2B Angel Orozco to a 3-year contract worth a total of $37,500,000.
Sunday, February 7th, 2038
Calgary Clippers: Signed CL John Coburn to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $12,000,000.
Friday, February 5th, 2038
Calgary Clippers: Signed LF Shawn Jeffries to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $24,000,000.
Thursday, February 4th, 2038
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed SS Victor Cruz to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $2,560,000.
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed SP Gary Richards to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $45,320,000.
 
2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2038) SIGNINGS

2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2038) SIGNINGS

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2026: $113,698,575
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2027: $101,148,276
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2028: $94,711,781
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2029: $94,490,438
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2030: $99,764,427
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2031: $106,926,005
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2032: $114,349,810
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2033: $113,377,435
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2034: $109,437,169
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2035: $102,826,927
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2036: $109,912,945
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2038: $111,599,807

2038 FREE AGENCY SIM 4 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Sunday, January 31st, 2038

Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent RF Brenton Howard to a 4-year contract worth a total of $17,640,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Dale Moore to a 1-year contract worth a total of $4,150,000.  

Saturday, January 30th, 2038

Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent MR Joe Miller to a minor league contract.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Bob Detty to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,440,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent LF Hugh Ward to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,400,000.  
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed free agent C Kent Applebee to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Bob Henderson to a 2-year contract worth a total of $5,680,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent RF Steven Sullivan to a 4-year contract worth a total of $19,400,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent SS Thomas Ferrell to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,900,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent CF Willard Rivard to a 3-year contract worth a total of $44,250,000.  

Sunday, January 17th, 2038

Bend Bandits: Signed free agent CL Antonio Sanchez to a 3-year contract worth a total of $6,000,000.  
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed free agent MR Glenn Newcombe to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,120,000.  
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed free agent 3B Carl Chaulk to a 4-year contract worth a total of $76,000,000.
 
2037 SIMBL POSTSEASON MVPS ANNOUNCED

2037 SIMBL POSTSEASON MVPS ANNOUNCED

The SIMBL League Office has announced the past postseason MVPs.  The official announcement of the winners of the 2037 SIMBL GM Awards will be next:

2037 SIMBL CS MVP:

SP Rodrigo Navarro Toronto
2 GS 2-0 1.69 ERA 0.94 WHIP 16.0 IP 9 H 4 R 3 ER 6 BB 3K

2037 ULCS MVP:

OF Floyd Garraway Toronto
.368 AVG 3 HR 6 RBI 1.356 OPS 7 For 19 4 R 2 2B 2 BB

2037 SLCS MVP:

OF Akiro Hikaru San Diego
.316 AVG 0 HR 2 RBI .921 OPS 6 For 19 3 R 2 2B 6 BB 1 SB

2037 ULDS MVPs:

OF Kiki Jefferson Toronto
.360 AVG 2 HR 7 RBI 1.029 OPS 9 For 25 7 R 3 BB 5 SB

3B Dan Lee Whitby
.562 AVG 1 HR 10 RBI 1.463 OPS 9 For 16 2 2B 2 R 2 BB

2037 SLDS MVPs:

OF Keegan Bryant San Diego
.467 AVG 0 HR 7 RBI 1.425 OPS 7 For 15 3 2B 1 3B 6 R 5 BB 5 SB

SP George Beckett Sacramento
2 GS 2-0 2.35 ERA 0.98 WHIP 15.2 IP 9 H 4 R 4 ER 6 BB 8 K

 
TAKI TAKETO, RICHARD DICKS JR., DANTE DAWSON & KENDRICK TEMPLETON INDUCTED INTO 2037 CLASS IN SIMBL HALL OF FAME

TAKI TAKETO, RICHARD DICKS JR., DANTE DAWSON & KENDRICK TEMPLETON INDUCTED INTO 2037 CLASS IN SIMBL HALL OF FAME

Joining the previously inducted Carlos Molina and Michael Lonewolf in the 2037 class for induction into the SIMBL Hall Of Fame are longtime SIMBL stars (left to right): Taki Taketo, Richard Dicks Jr., Dante Dawson and Kendrick Templeton.  Dicks Jr., the 7th overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft, joins his father, First File Era ace Richard Dicks Sr., as the first father-son duo to be inducted into the SIMBL Hall Of Fame combining both eras.

SIMBL First File Era 2005-2018:
3B Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017 (Inducted 2021)
2B Lucas Espitia San Diego 2005-2016 Birmingham 2016-2017 New Orleans 2018 (Inducted 2021)
SP Pedro Ramirez Oregon 2006-2015 Birmingham 2015-2016 Chicago 2016-2018 (Inducted 2021)
1B Taitarou Harnaobu Oregon 2005-2007 Toronto 2007-2011 Calgary 2011-2017 (Inducted 2021)
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego 2006-2018, 2021-22 (Inducted 2029)
SP James Sousa Los Angeles 2005-2018 Lowell 2018 (Inducted 2029)
SP Richard Dicks Sr. Marin-Sacramento 2005-2017 Las Vegas 2018 (Inducted 2029)
OF Dominick Lund Boston 2005-2016 (Inducted 2029)
CL Bill Hyer San Diego 2008-2018 Lowell 2028 (Inducted 2029)
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current Pitchers:
SP Alberto Tovar San Diego 2019-2023 Rochester 2024-2026 (Inducted 2026)
SP Craig Byrd Calgary 2019-2024 Chicago 2025-2027 Tampa Bay 2028 (Inducted 2028)
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester 2019-2029 (Inducted 2030)
SP Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach-Hollywood 2019-2027 Whitby 2027-2028 Las Vegas 2029-2030 (Inducted 2031)
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon 2019-2027 Dallas 2028-2030 (Inducted 2031)
SP Oki Okada Bristol 2019-2024 Chicago 2024-2029 Hollywood 2030-2031 Asheville 2032 (Inducted 2032)
SP Vinny Corleone Knoxville 2019-2020 Calgary 2020-2025 Asheville 2026 Deer Lake 2027-2028 Boston 2029 Whitby 2030-2032 (Inducted 2034)
SP Michael Gambino Oregon 2019-2028 Knoxville 2029-2030 Las Vegas 2031 Oregon 2032 Deer Lake-Bellingham 2033-2034 (Inducted 2034)
CL Barret Jenkins Calgary 2019-2024 Asheville 2025-2026 Bristol 2027-2031 Rochester 2032-2033 Bristol 2034 (Inducted 2034)
CL Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego 2019-2025 Seattle 2026-2035 (Inducted 2037)
SP Richard Dicks Jr. Texas 2019-2025 Cleveland 2025-2028 Deer Lake 2029-2031 San Diego 2031-2032 Sacramento 2033-2036 (Inducted 2037)
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current Positional Players:
1B Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2034 (Inducted 2034)
1B Artie Bradley New York 2022-2031 Dallas 2032-2033 Rochester 2034 Sacramento 2035 (Inducted 2036)
OF Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2034 (Inducted 2036)
OF Zachery Dye New York 2019-2027 Hollywood 2028-2029 Hawaii 2029 Hollywood 2030-2033 New York 2034-2035 (Inducted 2037)
OF Miguel Espinoza Tacoma-Cleveland 2019-2034 (Inducted 2034)
OF Matt Kramer Chicago 2019-2024 Bristol 2024-2032 Chicago 2033-2034 (Inducted 2036)
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento 2022-2030 Deer Lake-Bellingham 2031-2036 (Inducted 2036)
OF Leonard Williamson Colchester-Boston 2020-2022 Astoria-Seattle 2022-2031 Boston 2032-2034 (Inducted 2036)
OF Michael Lonewolf Tacoma 2020-2021 Calgary 2022-2026 Toronto 2026-2037 (Inducted 2037)
OF Carlos Molina Calgary 2019-2027 Hawaii 2028-2030 Las Vegas 2031-2034 Sacramento 2035-2037 (Inducted 2037)
2B Dante Dawson Dallas 2020-2021 Hawaii 2022-2029 Cleveland 2030 San Diego 2031-2033 Whitby 2034 Sacramento 2035-2036 (Inducted 2037)
C Taki Taketo San Diego 2019-2023 Rochester 2023-2024 Knoxville 2024-2030 Hollywood 2030-2031 Knoxville 2032 Boston 2033 Knoxville 2034 Hollywood 2035 Bend 2036 (Inducted 2037)
OF Kendrick Templeton Sacramento 2022-2028 Hawaii 2029-2032 Bristol 2033-2036 (Inducted 2037)

A huge crowd watched Taki Taketo become the newest member of the SIM Baseball League Hall of Fame today.

"I'm a big believer in whatever you want, if you want something out of this game, you've got to put the work in it. You've got to work hard," said the outstanding catcher, whose new plaque described him as "an artisan with a bat whose daily pursuit of excellence produced a .271 lifetime batting average, 2187 hits and 433 home runs."

After the induction ceremony Taketo was asked what was the most thrilling moment in his career. He responded quickly, "No doubt about it, your first hit in the big leagues. That's tops. It means you're on your way. When you get the first hit, then you can get the rest."

The journey took a while, but he finally arrived -- one of baseball's finest hurlers, Richard Dicks, Jr., is now a member of the SIM Baseball League Hall of Fame.

Commenting on his election, one of his longtime managers said, "My idea of managing is giving the ball to Richard Dicks, Jr. and sitting down and watching him work. He certainly made my job easier. And he certainly made me a better manager."

And pitch he certainly did -- Dicks, Jr. appeared in 610 games in his career, tossed 4183.1 innings with 3157 strikeouts and compiled an impressive 277-183 record and 2.98 ERA.

One of his opposing managers had this to say about Dicks, Jr., "Richard was one of the greatest pitchers I ever saw. He had knowledge, movement and form. It was wonderful to watch him pitch when he wasn't pitching against you. It was poetry in motion."

The newest member of the Hall of Fame retired at age 41 and will be inducted at ceremonies this weekend.

Enshrinement beckoned for Dante Dawson, as he was inducted into the SIM Baseball League Hall of Fame today. Dawson, who played many of his 2191 games at first baseman, was an outstanding hitter and batted .258 over his career and swatted 274 home runs. Baseball's newest legend collected 1121 RBIs and scored 1209 runs during his illustrious career.

But while he was class act on the field, it was off the field where Dante Dawson shined the most. He quietly integrated himself in his team's community, selflessly donating his time and money to various causes. The press was largely unaware of his charity and Dawson never made a fuss about it.

"I played a child's game for many years and this game brought me fame and fortune," Dawson explained during his ceremony. "For some people, it's enough, but my mother raised me to realize that money doesn't make a person great. Being good at a game doesn't make a person great. Helping those in need and giving of yourself selflessly is what makes a person great. And that's what I have tried to be my entire life: great, both on the field and off of the field."

On a bright, windy afternoon, Kendrick Templeton, the superb first baseman, stood outside the doors to the SIM Baseball League Hall of Fame. He collected his thoughts and tried to contain his emotions before entering the shrine to baseball's greatest players.

Templeton later disclosed some of his thoughts to reporters at the press conference.
"To be numbered among these great players," he said, "some of them my idols growing up... that's almost too much to fit my mind around."

Nevertheless, this outstanding performer stepped through those doors to claim his place among baseball's immortals. His induction into the Hall of Fame, which took place yesterday, surprised nobody.

Kendrick Templeton was 37 when he retired from baseball. In 1955 career games he compiled a .269 batting average with 2104 hits, 347 home runs, 1221 RBIs and 1067 runs scored.

 
2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2038) SIGNINGS

2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2038) SIGNINGS

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2026: $113,367,325
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2027: $100,720,360
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2028: $93,311,365
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2029: $93,132,104
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2030: $98,258,594
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2031: $105,992,672
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2032: $113,638,977
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2033: $113,367,018
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2034: $108,837,169
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2035: $105,259,070
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2036: $101,252,344
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2037: $108,297,112
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2038: $109,901,734

2038 FREE AGENCY SIM 3 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, January 15th, 2038

Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent C Daniel Montesanto to a 2-year contract worth a total of $10,000,000.  
Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent MR Elvis Henry to a 3-year contract worth a total of $2,400,000.  
Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent C Daniel Hudson to a 2-year contract worth a total of $3,200,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent SP Jack Callahan to a 4-year contract worth a total of $30,000,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent MR Alberto Barrios to a 2-year contract worth a total of $4,000,000.  
Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent SS Mal Young to a 3-year contract worth a total of $14,700,000.  
Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent MR Craig Hart to a 1-year contract worth a total of $880,000.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent RF Bobby Spence to a 1-year contract worth a total of $840,000.

Friday, January 8th, 2038

Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent SP Cory Hamilton to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,400,000.  

Friday, January 1st, 2038

Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP Gene Shuey to a 2-year contract worth a total of $4,400,000.
 
2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2037) SIGNINGS

2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2037) SIGNINGS

Former Japanese League star southpaw Kuzuki Choo (above) has been signed by New York GM Chris Gattuso's Enforcers in this season's Free Agency SIM 2.  The 33-year-old veteran is the highest-rated Supplemental Free Agent to enter the SIMBL in several seasons and is expected to have enough gas left in the tank to add to a vaunted New York rotation that includes veteran mulitple All-Stars Ricardo Camacho and Casey Barker to jump the Enforcers in the UL East next season and improve on their 84-78 record last year.

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2025: $112,217,325
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2026: $99,620,776
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/30/2027: $89,627,198
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/30/2028: $89,024,188
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2029: $96,441,927
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2030: $102,853,922
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2031: $110,702,310
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2032: $112,264,935
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2033: $106,958,003
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2034: $103,613,445
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2035: $100,116,094
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2036: $105,362,112
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2037: $108,688,401

2038 FREE AGENCY SIM 2 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Monday, December 28th, 2037

Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent CF Akiro Hikaru to a 4-year contract worth a total of $76,000,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent C Erik Bingham to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,500,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent MR Jimmy Kenney to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,200,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent SP Sammy Flynn to a 3-year contract worth a total of $18,000,000.  

Friday, December 25th, 2037


Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Timmy Ward to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent SP Kazuki Choo to a 4-year contract worth a total of $102,000,000.
 
2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/17/2037) SIGNINGS

2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/17/2037) SIGNINGS

Smokies Quickly Grab SFA Manny Rios With $100,000,000 Four-Year Deal


Asheville GM Pete McGowan jumped on quickly to snag this season's positional Supplemental Free Agent Puerto Rico national team star 3B Manny Rios (above).  Rios is a 28 year-old 8/6/9/7/7-rated expected force to help the Smokies improve on an 80-82 third-place finish last season behind five-time division champion Knoxville and Las Vegas in the tough SL Central.

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2025: $111,148,158
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2026: $98,598,276
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2027: $87,925,115
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2028: $88,782,521
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 11/26/2029: $88,683,802
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2029: $93,370,885
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2030: $99,921,130
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2031: $105,627,727
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2032: $108,242,852
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2033: $105,400,503
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2034: $99,740,529
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2035: $98,297,344
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2036: $100,152,112
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/17/2037: $106,466,734

2038 FREE AGENCY SIM 1 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Saturday, December 12th, 2037

Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Cesar Cruz to a 1-year contract worth a total of $3,600,000.  
Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent 3B Manny Rios to a 4-year contract worth a total of $100,000,000.
 
MICHAEL LONEWOLF & CARLOS MOLINA LATEST ADDED TO SIMBL HALL OF FAME
SIMBL NEW FILE ERA HALL OF FAME
SIMBL FIRST FILE ERA HALL OF FAME

MICHAEL LONEWOLF & CARLOS MOLINA LATEST ADDED TO SIMBL HALL OF FAME

19-Year Veteran Molina Finishes Career First In All-Time RBI (1963) & Second In Home Runs (645) & Hits (3011)

18-Year Veteran Lonewolf Ends Career As A SIMBL Champion, 5th In RBI (1585) & 8th In Home Runs (450)

SIMBL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES:

SIMBL First File Era 2005-2018:
3B Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017 (Inducted 2021)
2B Lucas Espitia San Diego 2005-2016 Birmingham 2016-2017 New Orleans 2018 (Inducted 2021)
SP Pedro Ramirez Oregon 2006-2015 Birmingham 2015-2016 Chicago 2016-2018 (Inducted 2021)
1B Taitarou Harnaobu Oregon 2005-2007 Toronto 2007-2011 Calgary 2011-2017 (Inducted 2021)
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego 2006-2018, 2021-22 (Inducted 2029)
SP James Sousa Los Angeles 2005-2018 Lowell 2018 (Inducted 2029)
SP Richard Dicks Sr. Marin-Sacramento 2005-2017 Las Vegas 2018 (Inducted 2029)
OF Dominick Lund Boston 2005-2016 (Inducted 2029)
CL Bill Hyer San Diego 2008-2018 Lowell 2028 (Inducted 2029)
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current Pitchers:
SP Alberto Tovar San Diego 2019-2023 Rochester 2024-2026 (Inducted 2026)
SP Craig Byrd Calgary 2019-2024 Chicago 2025-2027 Tampa Bay 2028 (Inducted 2028)
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester 2019-2029 (Inducted 2030)
SP Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach-Hollywood 2019-2027 Whitby 2027-2028 Las Vegas 2029-2030 (Inducted 2031)
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon 2019-2027 Dallas 2028-2030 (Inducted 2031)
SP Oki Okada Bristol 2019-2024 Chicago 2024-2029 Hollywood 2030-2031 Asheville 2032 (Inducted 2032)
SP Vinny Corleone Knoxville 2019-2020 Calgary 2020-2025 Asheville 2026 Deer Lake 2027-2028 Boston 2029 Whitby 2030-2032 (Inducted 2034)
SP Michael Gambino Oregon 2019-2028 Knoxville 2029-2030 Las Vegas 2031 Oregon 2032 Deer Lake-Bellingham 2033-2034 (Inducted 2034)
CL Barret Jenkins Calgary 2019-2024 Asheville 2025-2026 Bristol 2027-2031 Rochester 2032-2033 Bristol 2034 (Inducted 2034)
CL Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego 2019-2025 Seattle 2026-2035 (Inducted 2037)
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current Positional Players:
1B Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2034 (Inducted 2034)
1B Artie Bradley New York 2022-2031 Dallas 2032-2033 Rochester 2034 Sacramento 2035 (Inducted 2036)
OF Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2034 (Inducted 2036)
OF Zachery Dye New York 2019-2027 Hollywood 2028-2029 Hawaii 2029 Hollywood 2030-2033 New York 2034-2035 (Inducted 2037)
OF Miguel Espinoza Tacoma-Cleveland 2019-2034 (Inducted 2034)
OF Matt Kramer Chicago 2019-2024 Bristol 2024-2032 Chicago 2033-2034 (Inducted 2036)
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento 2022-2030 Deer Lake-Bellingham 2031-2036 (Inducted 2036)
OF Leonard Williamson Colchester-Boston 2020-2022 Astoria-Seattle 2022-2031 Boston 2032-2034 (Inducted 2036)
OF Michael Lonewolf Tacoma 2020-2021 Calgary 2022-2026 Toronto 2026-2037 (Inducted 2037)
OF Carlos Molina Calgary 2019-2027 Hawaii 2028-2030 Las Vegas 2031-2034 Sacramento 2035-2037 (Inducted 2037)

Michael Lonewolf was officially inducted into the SIM Baseball League Hall of Fame today.

All-time he played in 2679 games, batted .266 with 450 home runs, 2728 base hits, 1585 RBIs and 1370 runs scored -- stats great enough to be acclaimed a baseball immortal.

At his Hall of Fame induction, the superstar left fielder told the audience the secret of his success: "I was born to be a ballplayer... I also practiced a lot. Sunup to sundown in the summertime my brothers and I would be on the ballfield. We did it every minute we could. Boy, I loved to play baseball. Still do, and still would, if I could. I always got a special kick on opening day, no matter how many you went through. I looked forward to it like a birthday party when you're a kid. You think something wonderful is going to happen."

One of his manager's summed up his career very well: "You saw him standing out there on the diamond and you knew you had a pretty darn good chance to win the baseball game."

Lonewolf retired from baseball, when he was 38.

Carlos Molina, the great designated hitter and consummate professional, was inducted into the SIM Baseball League Hall of Fame today.

At the induction ceremony, he grew misty-eyed as he recalled the highlights of his playing career: his first base hit, his first home run, and -- humorously -- the first time he was thrown out at home plate.
Molina says he barged through his third base coach's stop sign. As he returned to the dugout, his manager simply glared at him.

"His eyes just burned a hole right through me. If looks could kill, I wouldn't be here today," he chuckled.

More often than not, Molina pleased his managers and coaches during his superb career.

His all-time numbers show Molina compiled a .273 batting average and collected 3011 hits, 645 home runs and 1963 RBIs. In all, he played in 2856 games. Molina retired from baseball at the age of 45.

 
RUSH COMPLETES CINDERELLA SEASON, DEFEAT 'WOLVES FOR 2037 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP
2037 PLAYOFF REPORTS

RUSH COMPLETES CINDERELLA SEASON, DEFEAT 'WOLVES FOR 2037 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP

Toronto Wins First SIMBL Championship In Franchise History In Only Second Postseason Appearance In SIMBL Charter Franchise's 33-Season History

Toronto Rush teammates celebrate after winning the 2037 SIMBL championship on the road in San Diego after a 7-1 Game Six victory.  The title is the first in the SIMBL charter franchise's history after only their second postseason appearance and first in 30 seasons and first winning season in 18 years.

Toronto starting pitcher Rodrigo Navarro enjoys the victory celebration in helping his team to the 2037 SIMBL championship by being named MVP of the series.  The 25 year-old former second round pick of the 2030 SIMBL Draft went 2-0 with a 1.69 ERA in both of his starts in the series.

2037 SIMBL CS:
TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 2
2037 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series:
Game One: Toronto 4 San Diego 0
Game Two: Toronto 4 San Diego 3
Game Three: Toronto 5 San Diego 4
Game Four: San Diego 7 Toronto 3 (10 Innings)
Game Five: San Diego 5 Toronto 3
Game Six: Toronto 7 San Diego 1

The Toronto Rush of GM Eric Savard completed their Cinderella season by defeating the 11-time SIMBL champion San Diego Warewolves of GM Paul Ware in the 2037 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series and are SIMBL champions for the first time in the charter franchise's 33-season history and in only their second postseason appearance in franchise history and first in 30 seasons.

The Rush took a commanding three games to zero lead, winning two close games on the road, before the 'Wolves won two in Toronto to close the gap to three games to two.

Toronto then clinched it on the road in Game Six with a 7-1 series-clinching victory behind a splendid performance by series MVP Rodrigo Navarro.  Navarro went 4-0 with a 3.52 ERA in his six postseason starts.  The 25 year-old former second round pick in the 2030 SIMBL Draft threw 8.0 innings allowing only two hits in the clinching win.  He went 2-0 in the series winning 2037 SIMBL CS MVP honors throwing 16.0 innings, allowing 9 hits with a 1.69 ERA.  Navarro emerged as a top SIMBL pitcher this season going 18-8 with a 4.02 ERA and his 0.24 home runs per nine innings led the SIMBL as one of the top movement pitchers in the league.

Savard, who is the longest-tenured SIMBL GM outside the remaining five charter GMs, has been in the league since the 2006 season.  The Rush have long been the SIMBL's most maligned franchise and the franchise with the most losses until this season when a talented young team bolstered by high draft picks which resulted in 18 consecutive losing seasons until this season.  They went 95-67 and won their first divisional title in franchise history then beat Cleveland in the first round becoming the first team in SIMBL history to ever comeback from a 3-0 series deficit and win the series.  The Rush then defeated the Whitby Battalion in the ULCS to advance to the 2037 SIMBL CS against a talented and powerful San Diego team.

The Warewolves lost in their 14th SIMBL CS for only the third time where they are a SIMBL-record 11-3 in SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

Toronto's championship marks the fourth championship for every team in the UL Central in the past six seasons: Calgary in 2032, Dallas in 2035, Texas in 2036 and now Toronto in 2037 in what is now the SIMBL's toughest division.

The rest of the 2037 SIMBL postseason MVPs will be announced next cumulatively.

Then we will have the announcement of the 2037 GM Awards winners and SIMBL Financial Commissioner Bill Atteberry's annual off-season league and team financial report and an official roll call and renewal decree.  Then the official 2038 off-season SIM schedule will be posted and announced and we will start our annual off-season week.

Congratulations to Eric on a very well-deserved first SIMBL championship and to Paul for another great run and congratulations to all SIMBL GMs, whether winning or losing, on yet another successful yet trying, and competitive recreation season of history.  Season #34 is coming up shortly.

2037 SIMBL CS GAME FOUR:

SAN DIEGO 7 TORONTO 3 (JIMMY WALTON GRAND-SLAM HOME RUN IN TOP OF THE 10TH INNING)
Toronto Leads Series 3-1
WP: Cedric Issacson (3-0 4.50 ERA) BS: Pablo Ayala (2) LP: Jim Bentley (1-2 17.30 ERA)
HR: San Diego: Scott Porter (1) Quinton Glover 2 (4) Toronto: Turhan Clause (1)
Player Of The Game: Quinton Glover C San Diego
3 for 4 2 R 2 HR 5 RBI

2037 SIMBL CS GAME FIVE:

SAN DIEGO 5 TORONTO 3
Toronto Leads Series 3-2
WP: Bill Wischmeyer (1-2 5.00 ERA) LP: Kelly Martin (2-3 2.60 ERA) SV: Cedric Issacson (3)
HR: San Diego: Jameson Munnings (1)
Player Of The Game: Bill Wischmeyer SP San Diego
8.0 IP 5 H 3 R 3 ER 3 BB 4 K

2037 SIMBL CS GAME SIX:

TORONTO 7 SAN DIEGO 1
Toronto Wins Series 4-2
WP: Rodrigo Navarro (4-0 3.52 ERA) LP: Kelly Hoskinson (2-2 3.73 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Rodrigo Navarro SP Toronto
8.0 IP 2 H 1 R 1 ER 4 BB 1 K

 
RUSH UP 3-0 ON 'WOLVES IN 2037 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
2037 PLAYOFF REPORTS

RUSH UP 3-0 ON 'WOLVES IN 2037 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Toronto's Kelly Martin (above) has finally lived up to his #2 overall draft status picked in the 2028 SIMBL Draft.  The 31 year-old is in his seventh SIMBL season and though only going 13-12 with a 3.78 ERA in the regular season he has come up big for the Rush through their march to the 2037 SIMBL CS.  Thus far in the postseason Martin has gone 2-1 with a stellar 1.79 ERA going into the final three games of the championship series.

2037 SIMBL CS:
TORONTO 3 SAN DIEGO 0

The Toronto Rush of GM Eric Savard are up three games to zero, winning the first two games on the road, to San Diego GM Paul Ware's San Diego Warewolves in the 2037 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

The Rush, only making their second postseason trip in their 33-season history, look for their first SIMBL championship while trying to deny the Warewolves of their SIMBL-record 12th overall championship.

We'll run Games 4-7 Sunday August 14, 2016 with an export deadline of 5:00 PM EDT.  After the series is wrapped up and this season's champion is crown we will announce our annual GM Awards winners then our roll call for next season and commence upon another off-season.

2037 SIMBL CS GAME ONE:

TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 0
Toronto Leads Series 1-0
WP: Kelly Martin (2-2 1.67 ERA) HOLD: Javier Canales (2) LP: Bill Wischmeyer (0-2 5.60 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Kelly Martin SP San Diego
7.1 IP 4 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 9 K

2037 SIMBL CS GAME TWO:

TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 3
Toronto Leads Series 2-0
WP: Rodrigo Navarro (3-0 4.15 ERA) LP: Kelly Hoskinson (2-1 3.50 ERA) SV: Pablo Ayala (4)
HR: Toronto: Kiki Jefferson (4)
Player Of The Game: Rodrigo Navarro SP Toronto
8.0 IP 7 H 3 R 2 ER 2 BB 2 K

2037 SIMBL CS GAME THREE:

TORONTO 5 SAN DIEGO 4
Toronto Leads Series 3-0
WP: Daniel Young (2-0 3.13 ERA) LP: Michael Martin (2-2 4.70 ERA) SV: Pablo Ayala (5)
HR: Toronto: Michael Lonewolf (5) San Diego: Kody Ware (4)
Player Of The Game: Kody Ware RF San Diego
3 for 4 2 R 2B 3-Run HR 3 RBI

 
RUSH & 'WOLVES MEET IN 2037 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
2037 PLAYOFF REPORTS

RUSH & 'WOLVES MEET IN 2037 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES


Toronto Rush teammates celebrate as 2037 UL champions. The Rush made the postseason for the first time in 30 seasons and won the first divisional title in the charter franchise's 33-season history.  The Rush then became the first team in the SIMBL's 33-season history to comeback from a 3-0 postseason deficit and win over Cleveland then took out Whitby in five games in the 2037 ULCS. Toronto's magical season continues as they advance to the first SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series in franchise history and meet 11-time champion San Diego for this season's title.


San Diego teammates celebrate after the last out after winning the 2037 SL Championship.  The Warewolves came back from a 2-1 series deficit to win three straight and eliminate SL West divisional rival Sacramento in six games in the 2037 SLCS.  San Diego are SL Champions for the 14th time and first since 2033 and advance to the SIMBL CS against the Toronto Rush and seek their SIMBL-record 12th SIMBL championship.

2037 SIMBL CS:
TORONTO VS. SAN DIEGO

2037 SIMBL LCS:
TORONTO 4 WHITBY 1
SAN DIEGO 4 SACRAMENTO 2

2037 SIMBL LCS Games 4-7 are in the books.

And a new face team meets an old face team in this season's 2037 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

Congratulations to Toronto GM Eric Savard as his Rush knocked GM John Callahan's Whitby Battalion in five games and advance to their first SIMBL CS in the charter franchise's 33-season history. Despite a 2030 championship, John's hard-luck in ULCS's now is 1-5.

Congratulations to San Diego GM Paul Ware on winning the SL for a SIMBL-record 14th time and as his Warewolves came back from a 2-1 series deficit to win the next three games and eliminate the SL West divison rival Sacramento Giants of GM Jason Gregory in six games.  It's the 'Wolves first trip back to the SIMBL CS since the 2033 season when they beat Cleveland 4-2 en route to their SIMBL-record 11th SIMBL title.

Congratulations to John and Jason on great seasons.  2037 SIMBL CS Games 1-3 will be run on Monday night July 26, 2016 with 9:00 PM EDT export deadlines.

All postseason MVPs for each series will be announced after the conclusion of the SIMBL championship.

For those who haven't voted in the mandatory 2037 SIMBL GM Awards please go to the SIMBL Front Page and take a couple minutes to do so.  Thanks.

2037 SIMBL LCS GAMES FOUR:

TORONTO 5 WHITBY 1
Toronto Leads Series 3-1
WP: Rodrigo Navarro (2-0 4.80 ERA) LP: Marcos Torrez (1-1 4.40 ERA) SV: Jason Stephens (1)
HR: Toronto: Michael Lonewolf 2 (4) Floyd Garraway Jr. (2)  
Player Of The Game: Rodrigo Navarro SP Toronto
6.2 IP 5 H 1 R 1 ER 0 BB 2 K

SAN DIEGO 7 SACRAMENTO 6
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Kelly Hoskinson (2-0 2.93 ERA) LP: Ivan Mora (1-1 7.70 ERA) HOLD: Juan Carlos Bermudez (2) Cedric Issacson (2) BS: Ivan Mora (1) SV: Dave Hudson (1)
HR: San Diego: Roberto Houston (1)
Player Of The Game: Ben Mitchell LF Sacramento
3 for 5 1 R 3 RBI

2037 SIMBL LCS GAMES FIVE:

TORONTO 5 WHITBY 4
Toronto Wins Series 4-1
WP: Jason Stephens (1-0 3.00 ERA) LP: Javier Diaz (2-1 3.00 ERA) HOLD: Rodrigo Medina (2) SV: Pablo Ayala (3)
HR: Toronto: Aaron Ullhom 2 (2) Floyd Garraway (3) Whitby: Jake Albert (1)
Player Of The Game: Aaron Ullhom C Toronto
2 for 3 2 R 2 HR 3 RBI

SAN DIEGO 4 SACRAMENTO 3 (KODY WARE SACRAFICE FLY SCORES SCOTT PORTER TOP OF 10TH INNING)
San Diego Leads Series 3-2
WP: Cedric Issacson (2-0) LP: Guillaume Ducharme (1-1)
HR: San Diego: Kody Ware (3) Sacramento: Joe Gibbs (2) Ben Mitchell (3)
Player Of The Game: Joe Gibbs C Sacramento
3 for 4 1 R 2 RBI

2037 SIMBL LCS GAMES SIX:

SAN DIEGO 4 SACRAMENTO 2
San Diego Wins Series 4-2
WP: Luis Ortega (2-1 3.73 ERA) LP: George Beckett (3-1 2.0 ERA) HOLD: Juan Carlos Bermudez (3) SV: Cedric Issacson (2)
HR: San Diego: Quinton Glover (2) Jimmy Walton (2)
Player Of The Game: Luis Ortega SP San Diego
7.2 IP 5 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 11 K

 
TORONTO & SACRAMENTO UP 2-1 IN 2037 SIMBL LCS
2037 PLAYOFF REPORTS

TORONTO & SACRAMENTO UP 2-1 IN 2037 SIMBL LCS

Giants Top Pitching Holds Powerful 'Wolves Offense To Four Runs In Games Two & Three; Rush Wins Two Of Three Close Games Against Battalion

Every season a pitcher becomes hot in the SIMBL playoffs and leads his team almost single-handedly to playoff advancement.  Legends are born and aces cemented into SIMBL history with such performances such as last season's Texas ace and former #1 overall draft pick Michael Kilbane who went 5-1 with a tiny 1.94 ERA and 0.75 WHIP who became the first player in league history to win LDS, LCS and SIMBL CS MVPs leading the Roadrunners to last season's SIMBL championship.  Other such legendary postseason runs etched into SIMBL history are those of SIMBL Hall Of Famers Bobby Grimes and James Sousa in the SIMBL New File Era in the 2010's and SIMBL all-time wins leader Alan Alexander Anderson's 2031 postseason ace-dom (4-1 2.51 ERA in 6 starts) leading his long-time Hustlers franchise to their first SIMBL title. This postseason thus far it has been Sacramento's George Beckett (above). The 25 year-old right-hander was the #1 overall pick of the 2033 SIMBL Draft and is coming off a 17-10 with a 3.81 ERA in his second full SIMBL season.  Beckett has been lights-out thus far in the postseason with a 3-0 record and a blistering 1.54 ERA in his first three starts in leading the SL wildcard Giants to a two games to one lead on San Diego in the 2037 SLCS.  Coupled with 27 year-old ace Billy Lynch, who was also the #1 overall pick of the 2032 SIMBL Draft, the Giants possess two formidable aces to give the 'Wolves enough trouble to advance to this season's SIMBL CS and for seasons to come.

Toronto teammates mob Floyd Garraway Jr. (above) after Garraway's walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning scored Richard Jackson to win Game Three of the 2037 ULCS 6-5 and put the Rush up two games to one on the Whitby Battalion. The 28 year-old was the 7th overall pick of the 2030 SIMBL Draft and was listed as a top five-rated prospect for several years and faced being a bust.  A late bloomer, Garraway has arrived and is a central force of a talented Rush team for what appears to be seasons to come. The 9/8/8/7/6-rated Garraway finished second for UL Rookie Of The Year in 2033 and was named All-Star the past two seasons but his long-awaited breakout season was this year when he hit .291 with career-highs of 31 HR and 109 RBI with 47 SB leading the Rush to their first division title in the charter franchise's history and to their first postseason trip in 30 years.

2037 SIMBL LCS:
TORONTO 2 WHITBY 1
SACRAMENTO 2 SAN DIEGO 1

2037 SIMBL LCS Games 1-3 are in the books.

Toronto GM Eric Savard's Rush lead Whitby GM John Callahan's Battalion 2-1 in the 2037 ULCS while Sacramento GM Jason Gregory's Giants lead San Diego GM Paul Ware's Warewolves 2-1 in the 2037 SLCS.

2037 SIMBL LCS Games 4-7 will be held on Sunday July 24, 2016 with an export deadline of 7:00 PM EDT.  

Good luck to all four remaining SIMBL GMs on advancing to this season's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

2037 SIMBL LCS GAMES ONE:

WHITBY 3 TORONTO 1
Whitby Leads Series 1-0
WP: Javier Diaz (2-0 1.23 ERA) LP: Kelly Martin (1-2 2.16 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (3)
HR: Toronto: Angel Roman (2) Whitby: Jeremy Roper 2 (2)
Player Of The Game: Jeremy Roper CF Whitby
3 for 4 3 R 2B 2 HR 2 RBI

SAN DIEGO 5 SACRAMENTO 4
San Diego Leads Series 1-0
WP: Michael Martin (2-1 4.60 ERA) LP: Billy Lynch (0-2 3.05 ERA) HOLD: Juan Carlos Bermudez (1) SV: Cedric Issacson (1)
HR: Sacramento: Billy Cora (2) San Diego: Keegan Bryant (1)
Player Of The Game: Keegan Bryant LF San Diego
3 for 3 2 R HR 2 RBI  

2037 SIMBL LCS GAMES TWO:

TORONTO 7 WHITBY 5
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Javier Canales (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Timmy Ward (0-1 13.50 ERA) BS: Timmy Ward (1) HOLD: Jim Bentley (1) SV: Pablo Ayala (2)
HR: Toronto: Michael Lonewolf (1) Whitby: Nyomo Yokata (2)
Player Of The Game: Javier Canales MR Toronto
4.1 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 3 BB 2 K

SACRAMENTO 3 SAN DIEGO 1
Series Tied 1-1
WP: George Beckett (3-0 1.54 ERA) LP: Luis Ortega (0-1 4.50 ERA) SV: Ivan Mora (1)
HR: Sacramento: Carlos Molina (1)
Player Of The Game: George Beckett SP Sacramento
8.0 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 8 K

2037 SIMBL LCS GAMES THREE:

TORONTO 6 WHITBY 5 (FLOYD GARRAWAY JR. WALK-OFF SINGLE BOTTOM OF 9TH INNING)
Toronto Leads Series 2-1
WP: Pablo Ayala (2-0 3.00 ERA) LP: Luis Castro (0-1 10.13 ERA) BS: Luis Castro (1)
HR: Whitby: Dan Lee (2) Toronto: Michael Lonewolf (2) Kiki Jefferson (3) Floyd Garraway Jr. (1)
Player Of The Game: Floyd Garraway Jr. LF Toronto
3 for 4 2 R HR Walk-Off Game-Winning Single HR 2 RBI

SACRAMENTO 9 SAN DIEGO 3
Sacramento Leads Series 2-1
WP: Steven Schultz (1-0) LP: Bill Wischmeyer (0-1)
HR: San Diego: Kody Ware (2) Sacramento: Jason Hamilton (1) Angel Orozco (1)
Player Of The Game: Jason Hamilton SS Sacramento
2 for 4 2 R 2-Run HR 3 RBI

 
IT'S TORONTO VS. WHITBY & SAN DIEGO VS. SACRAMENTO IN 2037 SIMBL LCS
2037 PLAYOFF REPORTS

IT'S TORONTO VS. WHITBY & SAN DIEGO VS. SACRAMENTO IN 2037 SIMBL LCS

Rush Make League History Becoming First Team Ever To Comeback From 3-0 Postseason Deficit

Toronto Rush players storm the field after Pablo Ayala's last-out save in a thrilling 3-2 Game Seven victory over Cleveland in the 2037 SLDS.  The Rush, making their first postseason appearance in 30 years, made SIMBL history by becoming the first team in the SIMBL's 33-season history to comeback from a 3-0 postseason deficit and win it.  The UL Central champion Rush will make the first trip to the ULCS in franchise history and meet Whitby.

2037 SIMBL LCS:
WHITBY VS. TORONTO
SAN DIEGO VS. SACRAMENTO

2037 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY 4 TEXAS 0
TORONTO 4 CLEVELAND 3
SAN DIEGO 4 ROCHESTER 1
SACRAMENTO 4 KNOXVILLE 1

The 2037 SIMBL LDS series have concluded and league history was made in the process.

Toronto GM Eric Savard's Rush, who are making their first postseason appearance in a league-record 30 seasons, became the first team in the 33-season history of the SIMBL to comeback from a 3-0 postseason deficit and win the series.  Down 3-0 to the UL West champion Cleveland Brownies of GM Dean Hightower, the Rush's magical season continues with their first-ever trip to the ULCS.

The Rush will meet GM John Callahan's Whitby Battalion who defeated GM Pat Flanagan's defending SIMBL champion Texas Roadrunners in a four-game sweep.  With Texas' exit, this means that the amazing streak of a defending SIMBL champion failing to repeat and defend their title reaches 30 seasons.  The last team to do it was the three-peat 2005-2007 San Diego Warewolves.  It's the Battalion's first trip to the ULCS since the 2032 season when they lost to eventual SIMBL champion Calgary in seven games.  It's the sixth trip to the ULCS for Whitby in the SIMBL New File Era since 2019 where they have 1-4 luck winning the 2030 ULCS 4-2 against Dallas en route to their only SIMBL championship in 2030.  Whitby lost the ULCS 4-2 in 2023 to eventual champion Calgary, in seven games to eventual champion New York in 2027, in seven games to Dallas in 2031 and again in seven games again to Calgary in 2032.

The San Diego Warewolves of GM Paul Ware took out GM Tony Christman's Rochester Roosters 4-1 in the SLDS.  The 'Wolves return to the SLCS for the first time since the 2034 season when they bowed out to Chicago in six games.  It's the 16th overall trip for San Diego to the SLCS where they are an astounding 13-2 with 11 championships in 13 trips to the SIMBL CS in franchise history.

San Diego will face their UL West division rival Sacramento Giants of GM Jason Gregory in the 2037 SLCS.  The Giants took out GM Andy Hutchinson's Knoxville Lumberkings in five games to advance to their first SLCS since the 2028 season when they were swept by eventual champion Asheville.  The Giants made it to the SLCS in two straight seasons in 2025 when they lost to Asheville and again winning a rematch with the Smokies in 2026.  The two teams then met again for the third time in four seasons in the 2028 SLCS with Asheville prevailing again.  Hutch's hard-luck continues as for the fifth straight season his team has failed to advance past the SLCS to the SIMBL CS.

Congratulations to John, Eric, Paul and Jason for advancing to this season's SIMBL LCS and congratulations to Pat, Dean, Tony and Andy on great seasons again.

The 2037 SIMBL LCS Games 1-3 will be run on Saturday July 23, 2016 with an export deadline of 7:00 PM EDT.

The mandatory voting for the 2037 SIMBL GM Awards will be announced shortly and will start soon as well.

2037 SIMBL LDS GAMES FOUR:

TORONTO 5 CLEVELAND 4 (11 INNINGS)
Cleveland Leads Series 3-1
WP: Pablo Ayala (1-0 6.00 ERA) LP: Li-Xue Thien (0-1 9.00 ERA) HOLD: Javier Canales (1) Rodrigo Medina (1) BS: Jim Bentley (1) SV: Jim Bentley (1)
HR: Cleveland: Cody Taylor (2)
Player Of The Game: Santiago Rivera CL Cleveland
2.0 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 4 K

WHITBY 8 TEXAS 4
Whitby Wins Series 4-0
WP: Marcos Torrez (1-0 3.68 ERA) LP: Michael Kilbane (0-2 5.60 ERA) SV: J.D. Belcher (1)
HR: Texas: Brenton Howard (1) Eric Pinto (1)
Player Of The Game: Brenton Howard LF Texas
1 for 2 1 R 2 BB HR 3 RBI 3 SB

SAN DIEGO 4 ROCHESTER 3
San Diego Leads Series 3-1
WP: Kelly Hoskinson (1-0 1.13 ERA) LP: Dana Sly (0-1 4.03 ERA) HOLD: Cedric Issacson (1) SV: Juan Carlos Bermudez (1)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Kelly Hoskinson SP San Diego
8.0 IP 4 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 3 K

KNOXVILLE 2 SACRAMENTO 1

Sacramento Leads Series 3-1
WP: Orlando Vega (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Billy Lynch (0-1 1.29 ERA) HOLD: Antonio Vargas (1) Pete Loranzo (1) Bartolo Carrasco (1)  SV: Chris Ross (1)
HR: Sacramento: Joe Gibbs (1)
Player Of The Game: Billy Lynch SP Sacramento
6.1 IP 5 H 2 R 2 ER 3 BB 10 K

2037 SIMBL LDS GAMES FIVE:

TORONTO 9 CLEVELAND 0
Cleveland Leads Series 3-2
WP: Kelly Martin (1-1 1.59 ERA) LP: Fernando Martinez (1-1 5.29 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Kelly Martin SP Toronto
9.0 IP 4 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 8 K

SAN DIEGO 14 ROCHESTER 6
San Diego Wins Series 4-1
WP: Michael Martin (1-1 4.50 ERA) LP: Kerry Hannah (1-1 6.38 ERA)
HR: San Diego: Quinton Glover (1)
Player Of The Game: Jimmy Walton 1B San Diego
4 for 4 1 R SF 5 RBI

SACRAMENTO 3 KNOXVILLE 2
Sacramento Wins Series 4-1
WP: George Beckett (2-0 2.30 ERA) LP: Alonso Ramos (0-1 2.45 ERA) HOLD: Guillaume Ducharme (1) Roberto Lima (1) SV: Aaron Towns (1)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: George Beckett SP Sacramento
7.1 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 4 K

2037 SIMBL LDS GAME SIX:

TORONTO 6 CLEVELAND 1
Series Tied 3-3
WP: Rodrigo Navarro (1-0 4.23 ERA) LP: Kevin Schmidt (0-1 7.84 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Rodrigo Navarro SP Toronto
9.0 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 5 K

2037 SIMBL LDS GAME SEVEN:

TORONTO 3 CLEVELAND 2
Toronto Wins Series 4-3
WP: Daniel Young (1-0 1.69 ERA) LP: Carlos Gomez (1-1 1.59 ERA) SV: Pablo Ayala (1)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Daniel Young SP Toronto
8.0 IP 6 H 2 R 2 ER 0 BB 5 K

 
2038 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED
SIMBL DRAFT HISTORY & ANALYSTS

2038 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED

While the postseason is booming other GMs are already planning ahead for the off-season free agency, budgets and the draft.

Here's the official draft order for the 2038 SIMBL Draft before any free agency compensation. The draft will start upon Opening Day 2038 after the off-season.  The first twelve teams can also sign Type A free agents without losing their first round pick.  Any Type A free agent signed by the first twelve teams will lose their next round pick but their first rounder.

1. Boston (57-105)
2. Bend (63-99)
3. Bellingham (64-98)
4. Westbury (70-92)
5. Calgary (70-92)
6. Tampa Bay (72-90)
7. Seattle (74-88)
8. Oregon (78-84)
9. Hawaii (79-83)
10. Asheville (80-82)
11. Chicago (82-80)
12. Dallas (82-80)
13. Hollywood (83-79)
14. New York (84-78)
15. Cleveland (86-76)
16. Las Vegas (86-76)
17. Sacramento (87-75)
18. Bristol (88-74)
19. Texas (89-73)
20. Rochester (91-71)
21. Knoxville (94-68)
22. Toronto (95-67)
23. San Diego (95-67)
24. Whitby (95-67)

 
BATTALION, BROWNIES, GIANTS UP 3-0, 'WOLVES UP 2-1 IN 2037 SIMBL LDS
2037 PLAYOFF REPORTS

BATTALION, BROWNIES, GIANTS UP 3-0, 'WOLVES UP 2-1 IN 2037 SIMBL LDS


San Diego veteran 3B Thomas Ferrell rounds the bases as teammates await on his dramatic three-run walk-off home run off Rochester All-Star closer Otto Orf in the bottom of the ninth of Game Two of the 2037 SLDS.  In more dramatic fashion, the Warewolves again struck for a 4-run top of the 9th in Game Three to win it 9-5 and go up 2-1 in the series against a hard-luck Roosters team.  Ferrell was the 30th overall pick by Westbury in the 2024 SIMBL Draft.  In his seventh year, he won a Gold Glove in 2033 playing five seasons for Whitby helping them win the 2030 SIMBL championship. Traded to San Diego in big deal in the 2034 off-season his Game Two home run was the first postseason homer of his career while only hitting .234 career in the playoffs.

2037 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY 3 TEXAS 0
CLEVELAND 3 TORONTO 0
SAN DIEGO 2 ROCHESTER 1
SACRAMENTO 3 KNOXVILLE 0

2037 SIMBL LDS Games 1-3 are in the books.

We'll run 2037 SIMBL LDS Games 4-7 late Friday night July 22, 2016 with an export deadline of 9:00 PM EDT.

Good luck to everybody on advancing to this season's LCS series.

2037 SIMBL LDS GAMES ONE:

WHITBY 3 TEXAS 1
Whitby Leads Series 1-0
WP: Javier Diaz (1-0 1.29 ERA) LP: Michael Kilbane (0-1 3.38 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (1)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Javier Diaz SP Whitby
7.0 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 4 BB 5 K

CLEVELAND 4 TORONTO 1
Cleveland Leads Series 1-0
WP: Fernando Martinez (1-0 1.13 ERA) LP: Kelly Martin (0-1 3.38 ERA) SV: Santiago Rivera (1)
HR: Cleveland: Alan Tate (1) Toronto: Angel Roman (1)
Player Of The Game: Fernando Martinez SP Cleveland
8.0 IP 2 H 1 R 1 ER 4 BB 11 K

SACRAMENTO 7 KNOXVILLE 1
Sacramento Leads Series 1-0
WP: Billy Lynch (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Jose Romero (0-1 0.00 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Billy Lynch SP Knoxville
8.0 IP 4 H 1 R 0 ER 0 BB 10 K

ROCHESTER 4 SAN DIEGO 2
Rochester Leads Series 1-0
WP: Kerry Hannah (1-0) LP: Michael Martin (0-1) SV: Otto Orf (1)
HR: Rochester: Akato Sakata (1) Valentin Santos 2 (2) San Diego: Jimmy Walton (1)
Player Of The Game: Valentin Santos 3B Rochester
2 for 2 2 R BB 2 HR 3 RBI

2037 SIMBL LDS GAMES TWO:

WHITBY 9 TEXAS 8
Whitby Leads Series 2-0
WP: Joe Miller (1-0 13.50 ERA) LP: Jeffrey Walker (0-1 27.00 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (2)
HR: Texas: Chris Warner (1) Dennis Martin 2 (2) Bryce Hunter (1) Whitby: Nyomo Yokata (1) Dan Lee (1)
Player Of The Game: Dennis Martin CF Texas
3 for 5 3 R 2 HR 3 RBI

CLEVELAND 14 TORONTO 11
Cleveland Leads Series 2-0
WP: Willie Thompson (1-0 3.86 ERA) LP: Erik Miller (0-1 20.32 ERA) BS: Jim Bentley (1) SV: Santiago Rivera (2)
HR: Cleveland: Peter Turner (1) Mickey Gamble (1) Cody Taylor (1) Toronto: Kiki Jefferson 2 (2)  
Player Of The Game: Kiki Jefferson DH Toronto
4 for 4 3 R BB 2 HR 4 RBI

SACRAMENTO 5 KNOXVILLE 2
Sacramento Leads Series 2-0
WP: George Beckett (1-0 2.25 ERA) LP: Jimmy Dietz (0-1 3.38 ERA) SV: Guillaume Ducharme (1)
HR: Sacramento: Ben Mitchell (1) Knoxville: Nicolas Pagano (1)
Player Of The Game: George Beckett SP Sacramento
8.0 IP 5 H 2 R 2 ER 3 BB 4 K

SAN DIEGO 8 ROCHESTER 6 (4-RUN BOTTOM OF 9TH INNING THOMAS FERRELL 3-RUN WALK-OFF HR)
Series Tied 1-1  
WP: Cedric Issacson (1-0 4.50 ERA) HOLD: Matthew Ellis (1) Michael Cross (1) BS: Otto Orf (1) LP: Otto Orf (0-1 21.60 ERA)
HR: Rochester: Ted Conley (1) Logan Pickard (1) San Diego: Thomas Ferrell (1) Felipe Santana (1)
Player Of The Game: Thomas Ferrell SS San Diego
2 for 5 2 R 2B HR 3 RBI

2037 SIMBL LDS GAMES THREE:

CLEVELAND 2 TORONTO 1
Cleveland Leads Series 3-0
WP: Carlos Gomez (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Jim Bentley (0-1 21.60 ERA)
HR: Cleveland: Peter Turner (2)
Player Of The Game: Carlos Gomez SP Cleveland
9.0 IP 3 H 1 R 0 ER 1 BB 7 K

WHITBY 12 TEXAS 0
Whitby Leads Series 3-0
WP: Cristos Rivas (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Eric Richards (1-0 5.15 ERA)
HR: Whitby: Joey Slater 2 (2)
Player Of The Game: Joey Slater RF Whitby
3 for 4 4 R BB 2B 2 HR 3 RBI

SAN DIEGO 9 ROCHESTER 5 (4-RUN TOP OF NINTH FOR SAN DIEGO)
San Diego Leads Series 2-1
WP: Daniel Hudson (1-0 0.00) BS: Angelo Vargas (1)  LP: Angelo Vargas (0-1 21.50 ERA)
HR: San Diego: Felipe Santana (2) Kody Ware (1)
Player Of The Game: Kody Ware RF San Diego
3 for 5 2 R 2B 2 HR 5 RBI

SACRAMENTO 10 KNOXVILLE 4 (GIANTS 6-RUN BOTTOM OF EIGHTH INNING)
Sacramento Leads Series 3-0
WP: Guillaume Ducharme (1-0) LP: Jose Guzman (0-1)  
HR: Knoxville: Devin Horn (1) Casey Daseck (1) Kris Weston (1) Sacramento: Ben Mitchell (2) Billy Cora (1)
Player Of The Game: Billy Cora LF Sacramento
3 for 5 1 R HR 2 RBI

 
2037 SIMBL POSTSEASON FIELD SET
2037 PLAYOFF PREVIEWS & REPORTS

2037 SIMBL POSTSEASON FIELD SET

Toronto Ends 30-Season Postseason Drought; The Road To The 2037 SIMBL Championship Has Arrived

2037 SIMBL LDS:
TORONTO VS. CLEVELAND
TEXAS VS. WHITBY
SAN DIEGO VS. ROCHESTER
KNOXVILLE VS. SACRAMENTO

The final regular season SIM was run and the 2037 and 33rd SIMBL regular season has come to an end and is in the books.

The postseason field has been set and will start with 2037 SIMBL LDS Games 1-3 on Thursday night July 21, 2016 with an export deadline of 9:00 PM EDT.

To show the ever competitiveness in the SIMBL, four new teams from last season make the playoffs this season: Toronto, Cleveland, Rochester and Sacramento. Whitby, Texas, San Diego and Knoxville all return for a shot for the 2037 SIMBL Coveted Cup from last season's postseason field.  Three-time defending SL champion Chicago, Seattle, New York and Las Vegas all sit home this season after making the playoffs last season.

Congratulations to Whitby GM John Callahan's Battalion (95-67) who on a tie-breaker wrapped up the UL top seed this season.  It's the second straight UL East title for Whitby and their sixth in the past eight seasons and seventh trip to the postseason in the past nine.  It's the 12th overall divisional title and 14th trip to the playoffs in franchise history.  

Congratulations to Toronto GM Eric Savard and his Rush (95-67) who won their first division title in the charter franchise's 33-season history and end a 30-season playoff drought dating back to the 2007 season, the SIMBL's third season of play.  It's the second postseason berth in franchise history and second for Eric.  The longest-postseason drought in league history is over and the Rush are 2037 UL Central champions. The 95 wins are also the most in franchise history.

Congratulations to Cleveland GM Dean Hightower as his Brownies (86-76) clinched their fifth UL West title in the past six seasons and return to the playoffs after a 94-loss season a year ago.  It's the 14th overall divisional title in franchise history and 16th overall postseason appearance and the +18 game improvement has Dean as a strong contender for this season's SIMBL GM Of The Year when voting starts soon.

Congratulations to Texas GM Pat Flanagan and his Roadrunners (89-73) who secured the UL wildcard by one-game over Bristol GM Greg Checovetes' Owls.  The Roadrunners are the defending SIMBL champions and will try to become unbelievably the first team in 30 seasons since the 2005-2007 San Diego Warewolves to successfully defend their SIMBL title and go back-to-back.  It's the fourth wildcard berth and eighth overall trip to the playoffs in the charter franchise's history.

It will be Toronto vs. Cleveland and Whitby vs. Texas in this season's first round 2037 ULDS.

Congratulations to San Diego GM Paul Ware whose Warewolves (95-67) wrapped up the SL top seed and won their seventh consecutive SL West divisional title.  It's the 24th overall division title for the 11-time SIMBL champions and their SIMBL-record 27th overall trip to the postseason in the league's 33-season history.

Congratulations to GM Tony Christman's Rochester Roosters (91-71) who dethrone three-time SL champion Chicago in the SL East.  It's Tony's second divisional title and the Roosters second in the past three seasons.  It's the 12th overall divisional title and 14th trip to the playoffs in the franchise's history.

Congratulations to Knoxville GM Andy Hutchinson and his Lumberkings (94-68) who win their fifth straight SL Central title.  It's the 8th overall divisional crown and 11th trip to the postseason in franchise history.

Congratulations to Sacramento GM Jason Gregory as his Giants (87-75) won the SL wildcard berth by one game over Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah's Hustlers.  The Giants end an 8-season postseason drought making it for the first time since the 2028 season.  It's the second wildcard berth and 10th overall trip to the playoffs in franchise history.

It will be San Diego vs. Rochester and Knoxville vs. Sacramento in this season's 2037 SLDS.

Again, the start of the 2037 SIMBL LDS Games 1-3 will be Thursday night July 21, 2016 at 9:00 PM EDT.

Congratulations on the league for another fun, competitive and successful 33rd season of play despite some trying circumstances by myself recently.  We forge on.

The announcement of the start of the mandatory 2037 GM Awards and official 2037 draft order and postseason coverage will continue shortly and in the upcoming days. Boston GM Dennis Walters' Revolution (57-105) will again hold the #1 pick in the 2038 SIMBL Draft. Bend, Bellingham, Calgary and Westbury hold the next picks in the top five.

 
BROWNIES, ROOSTERS & LUMBERKINGS FIRST TO WRAP UP 2037 SIMBL POSTSEASON BERTHS
PLAYOFF RACES & STANDINGS HEADING TO THE LAST SIM OF THE 2037 REGULAR SEASON

BROWNIES, ROOSTERS & LUMBERKINGS FIRST TO WRAP UP 2037 SIMBL POSTSEASON BERTHS

1 SIM & 7 Games To Play With Several Close Races Down To The Wire As League Heads Towards 33rd Postseason

Cleveland Brownies teammates celebrate clinching the 2037 UL West division title in 2037 SIM 26 and head back to the SIMBL postseason dance after a one-season hiatus.  The Brownies return to the SIMBL postseason after a down season last year of 68-94 after four previous UL West division titles from 2032-2035.  The Brownies also had another four-season supremacy of the division from 2023-2027 which resulted them in the only SIMBL championship in franchise history when they won it all in 2026. 

Congratulations to Cleveland, Rochester and Knoxville as all teams clinched their respective divisions with a week to play.

Congratulations to GM Dean Hightower who took over the Brownies (85-70) last season during a nosedive from winning the previous four UL West titles only to fall to a 68-94 record last season and watch Seattle win the division. Hightower took over and now has led his Brownies back to the top of the division with his first SIMBL trip to the postseason as the Brownies are back on track and have won five of the last six UL West division titles losing to eventual SIMBL champion Westbury in the ULCS in 2035.  The Brownies defeated Dallas in the 2033 ULCS only to lose to San Diego in the 2033 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.  The Brownies look to add to their lone franchise SIMBL title in 2026 when they swept a favored Sacramento Giants team behind the heroic pitching of future SIMBL Hall Of Famer Richard Dicks, Jr. It's the 14th overall divisional championship and 16th overall postseason trip in franchise history for the Brownies.

Congratulations to Rochester GM Tony Christman whose Roosters (87-68) upended three-time defending SL champion Chicago in the SL East. It ends a two-season postseason absence for the Roosters who went 102-60 and gained the SL top seed two seasons ago but were upset in the first round in a run which division mate GM John Bowden's Hitmen started and advanced to the SIMBL CS in 2034, 2035 and 2036 though couldn't get past GM Robert Don's Dallas Texans in 2034, Westbury GM Bill Atteberry's Cannons in 2035 and Texas GM Pat Flanagan's Roadrunners in 2036 to break the curse and win the franchise's first SIMBL championship despite featuring "The Big Three" of all certain future SIMBL Hall Of Famer aces: rare 200-Win Club members Jimmy Wagner and Joe Tarnowsky and the SIMBL's all-time win leader and one of only two pitchers (the other being SIMBL Hall Of Famer and eight-time Hurler Of The Year and three-time SIMBL CS MVP Bobby Grimes) to win 300 career SIMBL games, Alan Alexander Anderson.  No other SIMBL team has advanced to three consecutive SIMBL CS in the league's 33-season history.  It's 12th divisional title and 14th trip overall to the postseason for the Roosters who have a formidable starting rotation of their own containing of former first round All-Stars.  The Roosters look to also break their hard-luck as the farthest they've ever made it was a five-game loss in the 2018 to San Diego in the SLCS.

Congratulations to Knoxville GM Andy Hutchinson as his Lumberkings (93-62) clinched their fifth consecutive SL Central divisional title. Knoxville has made it to the last two SLCS seeking their first trip to the SIMBL CS though we were beaten by Chicago the past two seasons, getting swept in 2035 and then losing a Game Seven heart breaker in 2036.  It's eighth divisional title and 11th overall postseason trip for the L-Kings.

With one SIM and seven game left to play in Monday's final 2037 regular season SIM, Toronto GM Eric Savard's Rush (91-64) have a magic number of 4 to clinch the first divisional title in the charter franchise's 33-season history and make only the second postseason trip in franchise history and to halt a 30-season postseason drought and to wrap up the UL Central with a four-game lead over the surging defending SIMBL champion Texas Roadrunners (87-68) who have trimmed the gap from ten-games in just a week.

Whitby GM John Callahan's Battalion (91-64) have clinched their third straight 90+ win season and look to clinch their second consecutive UL East title with a magic number of one and by leading Bristol by seven games with seven to play. It would be the Battalion's seventh trip to the playoffs in the past nine seasons and having won the 2030 SIMBL championship and appearing in three consecutive ULCS in 2030, 2031 and 2032.

San Diego GM Paul Ware's perennial powerhouse Warewolves (90-65) also have one-game magic number to wrap up their seventh consecutive SL West title as well.

In the wildcard races, in the UL, Texas GM Pat Flanagan's defending SIMBL champion Roadrunners (87-68) lead Bristol GM Greg Checovetes by three games and New York GM Chris Gattuso's Enforcers by six with 7 games to play.

In the SL, GM Jason Gregory's Sacramento Giants (83-72) lead GM Carl Hannah's Las Vegas Hustlers by two games and Hollywood GM Joshua Callahan's Stars by three games with seven games to play in which will be another down-to the-wire last SIM of the season on Monday night.

Barring any needed one-game tiebreaker playoffs the 2037 SIMBL LDS Games 1-3 should be announced and starting on Wednesday.

With that, the annual mandatory balloting for the best of the best of the 2037 SIMBL season with the start of the 2037 SIMBL GM Awards will be announced as well.

Good luck to all remaining contending GMs as we wind down to the last SIM of another fun and long season as we head to another postseason together in which we all have seen that anything can and does happen in the SIMBL playoffs.

 
TORONTO NEARING THE END OF NIGHTMARE 30-YEAR POSTSEASON DROUGHT

TORONTO NEARING THE END OF NIGHTMARE 30-YEAR POSTSEASON DROUGHT

With A 10-Game Lead & 19 Games To Play, Rush Look To End Infamous Playoff Drought & Make The Postseason For The First Time Since The 2007 SIMBL Season

To add to the joy of Toronto GM Eric Savard's Rush's ascension to the SIMBL's top record this season after an 82-80 record last season and only two winning seasons in the past 18 years, the Rush hold the SIMBL's current #1-rated prospect in starting pitcher Luis Romero (above).  The 23 year-old southpaw is one of most highly-touted flamethrowers in recent SIMBL memory with once-in-a-generation 10/8/8 potential ratings.  The #6 overall pick of the 2036 SIMBL Draft is already SIMBL-ready with 9/7/5 development and a fully grown four-pitch arsenal.  With current #1 and former 2025 #2 overall draft pick Pierce Ryan out for the season with a torn rotator cuff, Romero may be called up by Savard to bolster the Rush during their first playoff trip in 30 years.

Toronto features not only solid pitching but a young offense that includes several young phenoms and former high first round picks from the last decade in their lineup to join their oldest player, 38 year-old future SIMBL Hall Of Famer Michael Lonewolf (above right) who despite his age and 446 career home runs and 1571 career RBI, still holds solid 8/6/8/6/5 ratings.  The 8-time All-Star has had career lows in batting average, home runs and RBI while plateauing at DH for the current top-seeded Rush.

With current ace Pierce Ryan down for the season and on the disabled list with a torn rotator cuff, Toronto's Kelly 'Kidney' Martin (above) has held down the fort as the new #1 in the Rush starting rotation.  Like Ryan, a former #2 overall SIMBL draft pick, Martin has gone 13-9 with a 3.74 ERA in his 30 starts and joins Rodrigo Navarro (17-7 3.78 ERA) on top of Toronto's starting rotation while Ryan is out and Romero grooms.  When together, Ryan and Martin are one of the top starting pitching duos in the SIMBL.

TORONTO'S LINEUP BUILT THROUGH THE DRAFT TO THE CURRENT BEST RECORD IN THE SIMBL:

C Aaron Ullhom 31 #5 overall 2027 SIMBL Draft
1B Angel Roman 25 #8 overall 2034 SIMBL Draft
2B Turhan Clause 25 #3 overall 2033 SIMBL Draft
SS Francisco Santos 36 #6 overall 2022 SIMBL Draft by Chicago
3B Kenko Yamada 24 #12 overall 2032 SIMBL Draft
LF Floyd Garraway Jr. 28 #7 overall 2037 SIMBL Draft
CF Kiki Jefferson 25 #4 overall 2029 SIMBL Draft
CF Katshuhiko Kato 28 #27 overall supplemental round 2027 SIMBL Draft
RF Richard Jackson 29 #8 selection 3rd round 2026 SIMBL Draf
DH Michael Lonewolf 38 #28 overall 2019 SIMBL New File Inaugural Draft

The 2037 SIMBL season has been a wild and wacky one in real-life and in the simulation world and with that looks to break one of the longest steaks in SIMBL history.

With 3 SIMs and 19 games to play in the 2037 SIMBL regular season, the Toronto Rush of GM Eric Savard have an 87-56 record and hold a ten-game lead in the UL Central Division and appear to be making only the second postseason appearance in franchise history and ending a 30-SEASON, YES 30 YEAR, playoff drought

After decades of bad luck, some major injuries and poor decisions and bad luck in development as well in drafting and 33 seasons battling in one of most historically competitive divisions in the SIMBL,  GM Eric Savard's Toronto Rush appear to have finally put it together and their whole team is surrounded and made up of Top Ten draft picks and after years of questionable drafting and development, Eric has put it all together with a formidable team of young former high draft picks who have arrived and look ready to dominate for several seasons to come and with a near-ready ace-in-waiting who is currently the SIMBL's top-rated prospect. After decades of being a SIMBL afterthought the Toronto Rush are here to play and here to stay and armed with some of the best young offensive and pitching talent in the SIMBL. The long-suffering franchise is poised for a long run of several seasons of contention that has turned the UL Central and the UL in its entirety upside down.

Eric joined the SIMBL on the real-life date of February 1, 2007, some nine and a half years ago, and took over from the franchise's founder and first GM Dorian Dimitrov who drafted the team in the 30+ rounds of the epic SIMBL First File Inaugural Draft which the league played and used for the first 14 seasons (2005-2018) before starting anew with the current SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft (2019-current).  Combined history has been kept for the two file histories.

Savard has been a mainstay in the SIMBL ever since and holds the longest tenure, six months behind, outside the league's remaining charter GMs which consist of Bristol Owls GM Greg Cheocovetes, Calgary Clippers GM Christian DeMarco, Bend Bandits GM Ted Williams, Texas Roadrunners GM Pat Flanagan and San Diego Warewolves GM Paul Ware.

The Rush are looking to end a 30-season playoff drought and the longest in SIMBL history by far going back to the 2007 season which was the 3rd season of play in the SIMBL's 33-season history.  Toronto  (87-56) currently hold a ten-game lead over the defending SIMBL champion Texas Roadrunners of GM Pat Flanagan with 19 games and 3 SIMs to play.  Toronto, one of the eight remaining charter franchises (Bristol, Calgary, Texas, Toronto, Bend, Oregon, Chicago, San Diego)  from the 2005 Inaugural Season of the SIMBL, has made one playoff appearance in the SIMBL's 32 postseasons, that being in 2007 as the UL wildcard where they were eliminated in the 2007 ULDS in five games by the eventual 2007 UL champion the former Augusta Spartans (the current Tampa Bay Silverbacks).  The 2007 wildcard being the only playoff appearance in franchise history, the Rush also look to win their first division title in the SIMBL charter franchise's 33-season history as the Rush also remain the only SIMBL franchise to have never won a team divisional title.

To get a feel for how long it's been that the Rush have struggled to get into the SIMBL playoffs, the last time the Rush did it was during the 2007 SIMBL season which was held in REAL-LIFE YEAR 2007, some 9 real-life years ago!

This will be the sixth winning season in franchise history for the Rush. The have won 90+ games only two previous times in 2007 (95-57) and in 2019 (91-71 yet failed to make the postseason that season).  The Rush has lost 100+ games seven times and 90+ games in 16 seasons and have had winning seasons above .500 five times in the 32 seasons of SIMBL history.  The Rush are in position and are three wins away from only the third 90-win season in franchise history and their first since the 2019 season 19 seasons ago.

In a division that has been won by either Calgary or Dallas since the 2019 season, it appears Toronto will join last season's UL Central champion Texas in ending the Dallas-Calgary rivalry for long-time division supremacy and previous formidable domination of the division in the past 19 seasons of the SIMBL New File Era (2019-current).  As a result of the Calgary-Dallas rivalry and Texas' SIMBL ring last season and to show the division's brutal competitiveness, the UL Central has boasted three of the past five SIMBL champions: Calgary in 2032, Dallas in 2034 and Texas in 2034. Toronto is waiting for the chance to make franchise history and SIMBL history with a championship run this season in what would be a true SIMBL Cinderella story of which we haven't seen the likes of before in the league's 33-season and 9.75-real-life-year history.

Toronto looks now built to be a steady formidable force for the distant future with a young nucleus of young players heading to star status.

After only two winning seasons in the past 18 seasons of the SIMBL New File Era, the Rush had their first post-.500 season since the 2019 season with an 82-80 record last year finishing second to eventual SIMBL champion Texas in the UL Central.  Toronto, with currently 87 wins, already has posted their highest win total since 2019's 91 and look to break the franchise record of 95 in that only postseason year dating back to 2007.

The Rush have put it all together as a multi-faceted team by ranking 1st in the UL in team batting average and hits.  They rank 2nd in stolen bases and are a hit and run team ranking in the top five in all team offense rankings besides the long-ball (9th) and walks (9th). So, the Rush are a high contact, slap-and-steal runs in with power hitting.

The pitching is solidly ranked 3rd in the Union League with a team ERA of 3.69 with the starting rotation's 3.77 ERA ranking 4th while the bullpen's 3.44 ERA ranking 2nd in the UL.  As with the hitting statistical contrast, the Rush rank first in the SIMBL while keeping the ball out of play with a .273 BABIP while startlingly being last in the UL with only 807 strikeouts showing that the Rush rely on timely spot pitching and defense.  Toronto's .718 team defense efficiency is tops in the UL and the entire SIMBL.  Quite simply, showing top-rated defense to go with pitching and offense both in the top five, it's possible and not out of reach that the Rush's Cinderella awakening to the top of the SIMBL this season from one game over .500 last season can very easily end in a SIMBL championshipTHIS season and none of the SIMBL statistical hogwarts would be surprised.  Believe it or not, while the Rush is only now starting to get headlines from the SIMBL press as the newly realized UL Central champions, the stats and rankings all line up for a serious championship contention this season.

Former first round draft picks OF Floyd Garraway Jr. (.282 AVG 27 HR 92 RBI) and SP Pierce Ryan (14-8 2.65 ERA) and former second-rounder Rodrigo Navarro (17-7 3.78 ERA) are currently ranked in the SIMBL's Top 20 players while Garraway Jr., Ryan and OF/1B Richard Jackson (.329 AVG 17 HR 92 RBI) were named to this season's Union League All-Star team.

The Rush's current success and climb to the current #1 SIMBL and UL's #1 postseason seed hasn't been overnight and includes a decade-plus of mostly Top Ten draft picks, development and waiting.

Joining the first-place productivity are former 2033 #3 overall pick SS Turhan Clause (.317 11 HR 56 RBI 27 SB), 25 year-old former 2029 #4 overall pick OF Kiki Jefferson (.244 AVG 13 HR 61 RBI 33 SB) and 29 year-old All-Star OF Richard Jackson (.324 AVG 17 HR 89 RBI).

The Rush's starting lineup includes eight former first round picks, seven of the nine were top ten picks (in chronological order): future SIMBL Hall Of Famer DH 38 year-old Michael Lonewolf (the 28th overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Inaugural Draft who is an 8-time All-Star and one of only 12 players in SIMBL history with 400+ career home runs and one of six players with 1500+ career RBI), 2B Gary Harlan (2021 #4 overall), SS Francisco Santos (2022 #6 overall by Chicago), C Aaron Ullhom (2027 #5 overall), OF Kiki Jefferson (2029 #4 overall), OF Kiki Jefferson (2030 #7 overall), 3B Kenko Yamada (2032 #12), SS Turhan Clause (2033 #3) and LF Angel Roman (2034 #8 overall).

The Rush hold an 87-56 record without two of their main contributors this season.

30 year-old Pierce Ryan, the #2 overall pick in the 2025 SIMBL Draft, has finally emerged as the ace of the staff going 14-8 with a 2.65 ERA and 1.08 WHIP though is out for the year with a torn rotator cuff suffered on August 13, 2037.  24 year-old starting 3B Kenko Yamada, who finished 2nd in the 2035 UL Rookie Of The Year balloting when he hit .312 with 6 HR and 52 HR in his first 116 games and 430 at bats in the SIMBL, is also out for three more weeks of a three-month ruptured medial collateral ligament injury but will back for the Rush's likely first postseason berth in 30 years.

The pitching rotation features 2025 #2 overall pick Pierce Ryan, who now at age 30, appears to be living up to his elite 8/8/8 ratings enjoying the first All-Star selection of his career before going on the DL with a torn rotator cuff a month ago and is lost for this postseason.  28 year-old Kelly Martin, the #2 overall pick of the 2028 SIMBL Draft, has taken over as the Rush's #1 with Ryan out, but while Ryan is healthy the two are among the top duos in the SIMBL based on pure talent.  2030 second round pick Rodrigo Navarro, one of the few current SIMBL starting pitchers with a solid '10'-rated movement, is 25 years-old and now coming into his own with a current 17-7 season and is as solid a #3 staff starter in the SIMBL.  34 year-old veteran Daniel Young, once the Rush's long-time ace, is a three-time All-Star and was an All-Star last season and has posted double-digit wins with a 3.72 ERA in every season of his 9-year SIMBL career and currently is the Rush's #4 starter.

The Rush bullpen is a bend-but-don't-break unit consisting of several of solid but below-the-radar veterans besides Jim Bentley who has been one of the top five closers in the SIMBL the past decade.  The 33 year-old Bentley is a three-time All-Star who joined the SIMBL 300 Career Save Club this season and has saved 30+ games the past seven seasons and is four saves away from making it eight straight seasons.

The future is looking dominating for Toronto after so many seasons of being the doormat of not only the UL Central but most seasons of the SIMBL.

To add to the pleasure add in all that young talent and the Rush currently have the SIMBL's top-rated prospect in flame-throwing 23-year-old phenom 2035 #6 overall pick Luis Romero, who is 9/7/5 developed on his elite 10/8/8-rated potential and appears to be headed as one of the SIMBL's highest-touted hopeful aces in several years.

The Rush hold a ten-game lead over Texas in the UL Central with 19 games to play and hold the SIMBL's and UL's best record and current #1 seed for the 2037 postseason.

In the UL East, Whitby GM John Callahan's Battalion (85-58) hold a seven-game lead over GM Greg Checovetes' Bristol Owls with 19 games to play and are looking for the third consecutive divisional crown.

In the UL West, GM Dean Hightower's Cleveland Brownies (79-64) hold an eleven-game lead over GM Walt Arnold's Oregon Pioneers.

In the SL East, GM Tony Christman's Rochester Roosters (78-65) hold a five-game lead over the three-time defending SL champion Chicago Hitmen of GM John Bowden.

The Knoxville Lumberkings (85-58) of GM Andy Hutchinson hold an eleven-game lead over GM Pete McGowan's Asheville Smokies and a twelve-game lead over Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah's Hustlers and look to wrap up their fifth straight divisional title.

In the SL West, the San Diego Warewolves of GM Paul Ware (82-61) hold a five-game lead over the surging Sacramento Giants of GM Jason Gregory as the 'Wolves look to win their seventh consecutive divisional crown.

With 19 games left to play in the regular season, GM Greg Checovetes' Bristol Owls (78-65) hold a slim one-game lead over the defending SIMBL champion Texas Roadrunners of Pat Flanagan and a three-game lead over the New York Enforcers of GM Chris Gattuso.

In the SL wildcard race, the Sacramento Giants (77-66) of GM Jason Gregory hold a three-game lead over both the Asheville Smokies of GM Pete McGowan and GM Joshua Callahan's Hollywood Stars and a four-game lead over the Chicago Hitmen of GM John Bowden, the Hawaii Pineapples of GM Troy Vogel and the Las Vegas Hustlers of GM Carl Hannah.

We are down to the last 3 SIMs and 19 games of the 2037 SIMBL season.  2037 SIM 24 will be held on Wednesday night, July 13, 2016.

While the Toronto Rush are making history and appear to be turning a new leaf, here are the number of postseason appearances each current SIMBL franchise has made going into the 2037 postseason:

ALL-TIME SIMBL POSTSEASON APPEARANCES:

26 SAN DIEGO
25 CALGARY
16 CHICAGO
15 CLEVELAND
14 DALLAS
13 BRISTOL
13 ROCHESTER
13 LAS VEGAS
12 WHITBY
11 HOLLYWOOD
10 OREGON
10 TAMPA BAY
10 KNOXVILLE
9 NEW YORK
9 SACRAMENTO
8 WESTBURY
8 HAWAII
7 BEND
7 SEATTLE
7 TEXAS
7 ASHEVILLE
4 BOSTON
2 BELLINGHAM
1 TORONTO

3/4 of the SIMBL's franchises, either as the current team and GM or as the formerly-named team of a previous GM as the same franchise's history, have won a SIMBL championship now in the league's 33rd season and soon-to-be 10th real-life year on September 2, 2016. Eight teams, or 1/3 of the SIMBL's 24 long-time franchises, have yet to win a SIMBL title.  Here's the all-time SIMBL championships in franchise's history entering the SIMBL's 2037 and 33rd postseason:

ALL-TIME SIMBL FRANCHISE CHAMPIONSHIPS:

11 SAN DIEGO
4 CALGARY
3 LAS VEGAS
2 HOLLYWOOD
1 WESTBURY
1 BRISTOL
1 WHITBY
1 DALLAS
1 NEW YORK
1 HAWAII
1 SACRAMENTO
1 TEXAS
1 ASHEVILLE
1 OREGON
1 BELLINGHAM
1 CLEVELAND
0 BOSTON
0 KNOXVILLE
0 CHICAGO
0 SEATTLE
0 ROCHESTER
0 TAMPA BAY
0 TORONTO
0 BEND

 
2037 SIMBL ALL-STARS ANNOUNCED

2037 SIMBL ALL-STARS ANNOUNCED

SIMBL Arrives At 33rd Annual Midsummer Classic

The 2037 Union League SIMBL All-Star Game starters (from left to right): Dallas C Eugene Pete, Calgary 1B Hue Henderson, Calgary 2B Tad Jackson, Dallas SS Orlando Garcia, Westbury 3B Kent Bennett, Oregon OF Bobby Papesh, Toronto OF Richard Jackson, Toronto OF Floyd Garraway Jr., Whitby DH Nyomo Yokata and Bend SP Manuel Cabrera.


The 2037 Syndicate League SIMBL All-Star Game starters: (left to right): Hollywood C Cole Thurman, Hawaii 1B Roger Marcum, Las Vegas 2B Joe Goans, Knoxville SS Kris Weston, Hollywood 3B Kelly Hamilton, San Diego OF Keegan Bryant, Hawaii OF Julian Winfield, Rochester OF Logan Pickard, Hawaii DH Deryk Ryles and San Diego SP Michael Martin.

Due to time restraints for the first time in the SIMBL's 33-season history the annual SIMBL All-Stars have not been voted on by all SIMBL GMs.  This season the game was allowed to auto select this season's All-Stars.

The Union League All-Stars versus the Syndicate League All-Stars. It happens every year halfway through the season. It's a baseball spectacle for the fans and the players alike. It's the 2037 SIM Baseball League All-Star Game. The fans get to see all their favorite stars perform in the same game, and the outstanding players get to play against each other. The players are out to prove that their league is the best. Players are chosen by a vote of the fans.

San Diego closer Cedric Issacson, the SIMBL all-time saves leader, make his SIMBL-record 13th All-Star Game and SIMBL-record 12th straight trip to the Midsummer classic.

Chicago ace Joe Tarnowsky and Knoxville closer Chris Ross make their 11th career All-Star Games, tied for third-most in SIMBL history.  Hawaii's Deryk Ryles makes his 10th consecutive All-Star Game and has made the team in each of his 10 seasons in the SIMBL.

Fellow future SIMBL Hall Of Famer Hawaii's Julian Winfield makes his tenth All-Star team.  Westbury closer Scott Williams and San Diego's Kody Ware make their 9th SIMBL All-Star Games.

The 33rd annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game will take place in Monday's SIM on June 6, 2016 along with the traditional first three games to start the second half of the 2037 season.

2037 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME STARTERS (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
C Eugene Pete Dallas .238 AVG 10 HR 40 RBI (3) *
1B Hue Henderson Calgary .285 AVG 28 HR 69 RBI (4)
2B Tad Jackson Calgary .326 AVG 10 HR 38 RBI (6) *
SS Orlando Garcia Dallas .307 AVG 7 HR 41 RBI (4) *
3B Kent Bennett Westbury .363 AVG 11 HR 51 RBI (5) * FIVE IN A ROW
OF Bobby Papesh Oregon .312 AVG 18 HR 61 RBI (7) * FIVE IN A ROW
OF Richard Jackson Toronto .320 AVG 10 HR 57 RBI (3)
OF Floyd Garraway Jr. Toronto .291 AVG 17 HR 52 RBI (2) *
DH Nyomo Yokota Whitby .282 AVG 20 HR 65 RBI (2)
2037 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESERVES (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
SP Casey Barker New York 6-3 3.57 ERA (7) * THREE IN A ROW
SP Manuel Cabrera Bend 6-3 2.23 ERA (6) *
SP Michael Hayhugh Whitby 9-2 4.10 ERA (1)
SP Michael Kilbane Texas 7-6 2.44 ERA (5) * THREE IN A ROW
SP Fernando Martinez Cleveland 10-6 2.49 ERA (6)
SP Francisco Martinez Oregon 10-7 2.78 ERA (5)
SP Eric Richards Texas 11-4 2.85 ERA (6) *
SP Pierce Ryan Toronto 11-6 2.52 ERA (1)
SP Jonathan Weaver Seattle 7-3 2.15 ERA (5)* FOUR IN A ROW

CL John Coburn Calgary 3-2, 18 SV 1.94 ERA (5)
CL Javier Torres Texas 2-5, 22 SV 4.36 ERA (3)
CL Scott Williams Westbury 2-2, 12 SV 1.77 ERA (9)

C Jesse Mulhann Whitby 242 AVG 9 HR 30 RBI (4)
1B Cody Taylor Cleveland .291 AVG 17 HR 57 RBI (8) * FOUR IN A ROW
3B Rich Jordan Texas .308 AVG 19 HR 52 RBI (3)
SS Robby Helton Seattle .291 AVG 5 HR 29 RBI (1)
OF Kyle Roberts Oregon .338 AVG 10 HR 39 RBI (1)
OF Jimmy Glenn Dallas .323 AVG 6 HR 34 RBI (1)
OF Octavio Abreu Seattle .272 AVG 15 HR 36 RBI (4) * THREE IN A ROW
2037 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME STARTERS (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
C Cole Thurman Hollywood.389 AVG 9 HR 33 RBI (1)
1B Roger Marcum Hawaii .264 AVG 30 HR 87 RBI (3) * THREE IN A ROW
2B Joe Goans Las Vegas .311 AVG 12 HR 51 RBI (1)
SS Kris Weston Knoxville .281 AVG 13 HR 60 RBI (2) *
3B Kelly Hamilton Hollywood .297 AVG 25 HR 76 RBI (2) *
OF Keegan Bryant San Diego .325 AVG 12 HR 51 RBI (5) * FIVE IN A ROW
OF Julian Winfield Hawaii .330 AVG 12 HR 34 RBI (10)
OF Logan Pickard Rochester .304 AVG 12 HR 59 RBI (4) * FOUR IN A ROW
DH Deryk Ryles Hawaii .338 AVG 21 HR 46 RBI (10) * TEN IN ROW
SP Michael Martin San Diego 10-5 2.15 ERA (7) * SEVEN IN A ROW
2037 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESERVES (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
SP Luis Ortega San Diego 12-3, 2.77 ERA (4) * THREE IN A ROW
SP Alonso Ramos Knoxville 9-3 3.40 ERA (2)
SP Steven Schultz Sacramento 11-4 4.02 ERA (1)
SP Joe Tarnowsky Chicago 6-8 2.56 ERA (11) *
SP Tristian Thomas Chicago 12-2 3.39 ERA (1)
SP Bill Wischmeyer San Diego 10-2 3.51 ERA (1)

MR Matthew Ellis Rochester 6-1 2 SV 1.91 ERA (1)
CL Cedric Issacson San Diego 2-3 19 SV 3.21 ERA (13) * TWELVE IN A ROW
CL Otto Orf Rochester 3-4 18 SV 3.25 ERA (4) *
CL Chris Ross Knoxville 4-5 25 SV 2.66 ERA (11) * FOUR IN A ROW
CL Yok-sing Sutherland Chicago 4-1 17 SV 0.81 ERA (1)

C Jeff Carlson Hawaii .267 AVG 13 HR 47 RBI (3) * THREE IN A ROW
1B Keith Cooper Tampa Bay .317 AVG 15 HR, 65 RBI (2) *
1B Kody Ware San Diego .298 AVG 20 HR 77 RBI (9) * THREE IN A ROW
2B Scott Porter San Diego .293 AVG 9 HR 35 RBI (2)
OF Johnny Abraham Chicago .292 AVG 16 HR 40 RBI (3) * THREE IN A ROW
OF Gregory Joyner Boston .269 AVG 23 HR 55 RBI (1)
RF Michael Werner Knoxville .305 AVG 12 HR 51 RBI (1)
 
HUSTLERS LEGENDARY ACE 'TRIPLE A' WINS 314TH GAME, BECOMES NEW SIMBL ALL-TIME WINS LEADER
SIMBL NEW FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS
SIMBL FIRST FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A'S SIMBL DEBUT
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A'S DEMOTION TO AAA
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A'S 150TH SIMBL WIN
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A'S HISTORIC START TO 2030 SEASON
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A'S 200TH SIMBL CAREER WIN
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A'S 250TH SIMBL CAREER WIN
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A'S 3000TH CAREER STRIKEOUT
A LOOK BACK: TRIPLE A APPROACHING 300 CAREER SIMBL WINS

HUSTLERS LEGENDARY ACE 'TRIPLE A' WINS 314TH GAME, BECOMES NEW SIMBL ALL-TIME WINS LEADER

Las Vegas ace Alan Alexander Anderson (above left) celebrates with putting a punctuation mark on his illustrious and first ballot SIMBL Hall Of Fame career by winning the 2034 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP belt among his numerous accolades joining SIMBL Hall Of Famer Bobby Grimes as the most decorated pitchers in SIMBL history.  'Triple A' passed Grimes' long-time SIMBL record of 313 career wins in 2037 SIM 8 and is the new SIMBL wins king for the foreseeable future as explained in the below write-up.

SIMBL history was made in 2037 SIM 8 as Las Vegas legendary ace Alan Alexander Anderson notched his 314th career win and surpassed SIMBL Hall Of Famer Bobby Grimes' 313 wins and "Triple A" is the new all-time SIMBL wins leader.

The 37 year-old Anderson is still going strong with 6/7/9 ratings and is 5-4 with a 3.88 ERA in his first 10 starts this season after a slow April start.

Anderson was the 15th overall pick as a raw prospect in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft by Hustlers GM Carl Hannah who resisted drafting other fully developed players who ended up having stellar SIMBL careers for a chance on a phenom who wasn't developed but had tremendous potential.  Hannah's risk paid off as Anderson established himself as one of the best pitchers in the SIMBL's 33-season history.

"AAA" is in his 18th SIMBL season and 16th full-time after getting called up in the SIMBL New File Era's second season in 2020 when he went 1-3 with a 3.41 ERA in six starts.  Another call-up in 2021 at the age of 21 when he went 2-5 with a 5.65 in 13 starts showed that he wasn't quite ready for the SIMBL.

In 2022, Anderson joined the SIMBL to stay and to become one of the all-time greats.  In his first full season in 2022, he went 14-10 with a 2.63 ERA beginning a streak of 15 consecutive seasons that he won 14 or more games.

In his second full SIMBL season, Anderson went 16-7 the next season with a 2.87 ERA then began an amazing streak of 8 consecutive seasons of 20 or more wins from 2024-2031 winning six SL Hurler Of The Year Awards, including four in a row, for the 2025-2028 and 2030-2031 seasons.  Only Deer Lake's Richard Dicks Jr., a three-time UL Hurler Of The Year at the time, broke Anderson's streak in 2029 when he migrated in a big trade from Texas to the SL nearing the 2025 trade deadline and won the 2029 SL Hurler Of The Year Award marking his fourth Hurler Of The Year award.  Anderson's 8 straight seasons of 20+ wins is second-longest in SIMBL history next to Grimes, who won 20+ games the final 13 seasons of his amazing 14-season career.

Anderson's 8-season 20-win streak is the second-longest in SIMBL history next to Grimes' 13-season streak from 2008-2018 and again from 2021-2022 when he came out of retirement to re-join his former San Diego team for two seasons in the SIMBL New File Era before he officially hung them up for good after the 2022 season.  Anderson's six Hurler Of The Year Awards stand next in SIMBL history to Grimes' eight while Dicks Jr. is third with four awards.  Grimes never won less than 18 games in his 14-season career and won 20+ games in 13 of them with only his second SIMBL season in 2007 when he went 18-12 with a 3.50 ERA.

Soak this in SIMBL buffs: Anderson has won 25+ games three times in his career, 24+ five times, 22+ six times, 20+ eight times, 19+ games ten times and 16+ thirteen times in his career.

Anderson's 14 All-Star appearances are the most in SIMBL history and his 3498 career strikeouts and 562 career starts are also SIMBL career records among many more that he now holds by comfortable margins.  Anderson was a SIMBL All-Star for a SIMBL-record 13 straight seasons from 2022-2034 and again in 2036.  He is coming off a 19-12 with a 2.95 ERA season last year at age 36.

"AAA's" 1.66 ERA in the 2030 season is an SIMBL all-time record which shattered SIMBL Hall Of Famer Vinny Corleone's 1.78 mark in 2021.  Anderson's 2030 season is considered one of the SIMBL's all-time pitching best single-seasons when he went 24-5 with a 1.66 ERA with another SIMBL record of a 0.79 WHIP in 36 starts and 282.1 innings pitched with 31/36 quality starts in leading the Hustlers to the 2030 SIMBL championship and their first SIMBL title since the 2015 season and Hannah's first SIMBL championship since joining the league for the 2016 season.

As of the latest SIMBL GM Hall Of Fame voting and automatic induction by the game per the file's set automatic statistical guidelines pitchers from the SIMBL New File Era (2019-Current) have been inducted: starting pitchers Michael Gambino (2019-2034), Oki Okada (2019-2032), Craig Byrd (2019-2028), Vinny Corleone 2019-2032, Alberto Tovar 2019-2026, Justin Montgomery 2019-2029, Bobby Bruno 2019-2030 and closers Andrew Stephens (2019-2030), Barrett Jenkins (2019-2034) and Willie Roger DeMarco (2019-2035).

Previously voted in First File Era (2005-2018) inductees pitchers are: starting pitchers Pedro Ramirez (2006-2015), Bobby Grimes (2006-2018 and 2021-2022), and Richard Dicks Sr. (2005-2017).  Long-time San Diego closer Bill Hyer, who was the First File Era career saves leader, was voted in as well.  The next First File Era Hall Of Fame voting will be shortly in the future upon setup.

Expect Anderson and current 41 year-old free agent Dicks Jr. to join the above mentioned pitchers be first-ballot and automatic SIMBL Hall Of Fame inductees upon their respective retirements.

The long-time argument will continue on who is the best pitcher in SIMBL history: Alan Alexander Anderson or Bobby Grimes?

Currently in his 18th season, Anderson he has a 313-137 career record in 563 starts with a 2.74 ERA and 1.01 career WHIP. "AAA" is a six-time Hurler Of The Year which is second-most in league history.  He is a 14-time All-Star, most in SIMBL history including a league-record 13 consecutive selections from 2022-2034 and winning the 2031 SLCS MVP Award leading the Hustlers to the SIMBL championship that season and won the 2023 SLDS MVP. Anderson has a SIMBL-record 3498 career strikeouts.  He is a one-time SIMBL All-Star MVP in 2034 as well.

Anderson has led his league in wins seven times, in innings pitched four times, games started four times, strikeouts 10 times including ten straight seasons from 2024-2033.  He has led his league in ERA 4 times and has been in the top two 8 times and top three 9 times.  He has led his league in WHIP 7 times and has been in the top two 8 times and top three 10 times.  Anderson has led in runs allowed per nine innings 8 times and in the top three 10 times and led in quality starts 7 seasons and was in the top two 9 seasons.

Grimes had a 313-86 career record with a 2.56 ERA and 0.96 WHIP with 3026 strikeouts in 14 seasons from 2006-2018 and 2021-2022.  Grimes is a 8-time Hurler Of The Year, 11-time All-Star, 2006 SL Rookie Of The Year, 3-time SIMBL Championship Series MVP in 2009, 2014 and 2021, two-time SLCS MVP in 2019 and 2021 and one-time SLDS MVP in 2010. Grimes also won the 2013 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP matching Anderson's one-time feat.

Anderson is one of the few players left in the SIMBL that has played exclusively or mostly exclusively for one team.  Drafted by the Hustlers in 2019, he spent his first 14 seasons with Las Vegas as one of the SL's and one of the SIMBL's premier pitchers.  He was dealt to Chicago in a stunning trade during the 2034 off-season for former 2031 #1 overall pick catcher Robert Sladky and fellow 2031 first rounder #19 overall pick Brett Huggins.  He has played 16 of his 18 SIMBL seasons with the team that drafted him back in 2019.

Chicago GM John Bowden assembled a "Big Three" of aces of which the SIMBL has not seen before.  Anderson joined fellow #1 overall picks Jimmy Wagner and Joe Tarnowsky, of all three are in the top-ten all-time wins lists and have 723 career wins, 7 Hurler Of The Year Awards and 33 All-Star selections among them (Tarnowsky 10-time All-Star, one-time Hurler Of The Year 2036, Wagner 9-time All-Star).  Anderson proved worth the trade as he led the Hitmen to two SIMBL CS appearances for the 2034 and 2035 seasons with Chicago losing to Westbury and Dallas for the SIMBL championships.  "Triple A" went 19-6 with a 3.00 ERA and 17-9 with a 3.69 ERA in both of his seasons in Chicago.  Anderson was traded back to the Hustlers during the 2036 off-season and promptly went 19-12 with a 2.95 leading Las Vegas to the SL wildcard berth and their first appearance in the postseason since their 2031 championship season.

While "AAA" will surely pile onto to his current 314 wins at 37 years-old and listed as an "Iron Man" by the game file he seems likely to have 3-4 more solid seasons in a rotation.  Former teammates with Chicago Jimmy Wagner at age 34 (207 wins) and Joe Tarnowsky (202 wins) at age 34 also, are the only serious active serious contenders at breaking Anderson's new record in the future and it appears unlikely at this point.

Boston's Ross Brooks is currently in 6th-place all-time with 228 wins but is at the end of his solid career at 39 years-old.  The next nearest player is Oregon's Francisco Martinez with 173 career wins at age 34.  The youngest pitcher with at least 150 or more career wins currently is Cleveland's Kevin Schmidt with 170 wins at age 32.  Hollywood's Timothy Williams also has 170 current wins at 34 years-old.  Outside Schmidt, only Bellingham's Rafael Morales is 32 years or younger among the current 15 active players with 150 or more wins.  Of those only five: Anderson, Dicks Jr., Brooks, Wagner and Tarnowsky are all above 34 years old and in the top ten.  The remaining 10 pitchers aren't even in the top 20 yet with Schmidt and Williams the highest on the list with 170 wins, some 144 wins away from even approaching Anderson's pace.

Only two pitchers in SIMBL history have won 300 games: Alan Alexander Anderson and Bobby Grimes with Anderson the only true single-file player to do so.  Currently only 10 pitchers have won 200 SIMBL career games and five are already in the SIMBL Hall Of Fame: Bobby Grimes, Oki Okada, James Sousa, Michael Gambino, Vinny Corleone and Bobby Bruno.

Here are the SIMBL's all-time leading wins leaders as of the 6/1/2037 league date:

SIMBL Career 150+ Wins Leaders
As Of The 6/1/2037 League Date
*- Indicates Active Player
1. 314 Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas/Chicago 2020-2037 *
2. 313 Bobby Grimes San Diego 2007-2018, 2021-2022
3. 277 Richard Dicks Jr. Texas/Cleveland/Deer Lake/San Diego/Sacramento 2019-2037 *
4. 241 Oki Okada Bristol/Chicago/Hollywood/Asheville 2019-2032
5. 234 James Sousa Los Angeles/Lowell 2005-2018
6. 228 Ross Brooks Asheville/Dallas/Westbury/Deer Lake/Hollywood/Boston 2019-2037 *
6. 228 Michael Gambino Oregon/Las Vegas/Knoxville/Deer Lake 2019-2034
7. 217 Vinny Corleone Knoxville/Calgary/Asheville/Deer Lake/Boston/Whitby 2019-2032
8. 207 Jimmy Wagner Chicago 2025-2037 *
9. 202 Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento/Chicago 2025-2037 *
10. 200 Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach-Hollywood/Whitby/Las Vegas 2019-2030
11. 198 Felix Murff San Diego 2005-2018
12. 197 Pedro Ramirez Oregon/Birmingham/Chicago 2007-2018
12. 197 Anthony Puffer Las Vegas/Boston/Cleveland 2011-2018, 2023-2027     
13. 195 Glenn Murphy Cleveland/Deer Lake/Sacramento/Whitby 2014-2018, 2023-2030
14. 193 Brody McIllmoyle Asheville/Cleveland/Deer Lake 2020-2035
15. 191 Marcus Dinges Brooklyn-Birmingham-Moscow-Mexico City/Oregon/New Orleans 2006-2018
16. 187 Brian Woods Whitby/Westbury/Oregon/Bristol/Boston 2020-2033
17. 181 Trevor Brooks Colchester-Boston/Whitby/Asheville/Seattle/Hawaii 2019-2032
17. 181 Richard Dicks Sr. Marin-Sacramento/Las Vegas 2005-2018
18. 180 Shane Hollingsworth Bend 2019-2035
19. 178 Antonio Soto Hartford-Whitby/Asheville/New York 2020-2033
20. 177 Dennis Hunt Texas 2005-2018175 Craig Byrd Calgary/Chicago/Tampa Bay 2019-2028

175 Craig Byrd Calgary/Chicago 2019-2028
173 Francisco Martinez Oregon 2025-2037 *
173 Raynald Charron Texas/Dallas 2020-2035
170 Kevin Schmidt Tampa Bay/Cleveland 2026-2037 *
170 Timothy Williams Knoxville/Hollywood 2024-2037 *
167 Robert Carson Texas 2007-2018
167 John McCasland Cleveland-New York 2005-2018
165 Justin Montgomery Rochester 2019-2029
161 Bill Hightower Atlantic City-Newark-Hartford 2006-2018
160 Fernando Martinez Hawaii/Oregon 2026-2037 *
160 Alberto Tovar San Diego/Rochester 2019-2026
159 Rick Varney Atlantic City-Newark-Hartford/Toronto 2005-2018
158 Casey Barker New York 2025-2037 *
158 Jerry Poliskin Hawaii/Chicago/Deer Lake/Cleveland/Rochester/Oregon/New York 2021-2034
158 Miles Farrelly Chicago/Toronto 2005-2015
157 Country Joe Thomas Texas/Knoxville/San Diego/Boston 2019-2034
157 Alex Lynch Augusta/Cleveland/Las Vegas/Hawaii/San Diego/New York 2019-2032
155 Gustave Sequin Hollywood/Dallas/Boston/Sacramento/Bellingham 2022-2035
155 Ryan Thomas Astoria/Whitby/Westbury 2019-2032
154 Brock Vinci Seattle 2027-2037 *
154 Riley Charboneau Las Vegas/Texas/Knoxville/Bend 2022-2037 *
154 Broderick Stewart Chicgo/Bristol 2023-2037 *
153 Nelson Hawke Knoxville/Tampa Bay/Whitby/Sacramento 2019-2032
151 Rafael Morales Calgary/Bellingham 2026-2037 *
151 Dave Jackson Hollywood 2019-2030
151 D'Monte Lewis Astoria/Boston/Knoxville/Tampa Bay/Oregon 2019-2031
150 Sammy Flynn 2026-2037 *
150 Justin Riley Augusta-Charlotte/Tampa Bay/Chicago/New York/San Diego 2022-2034
SIMBL First File Era (2019-Current) Hall Of Fame Pitchers:
SP Pedro Ramirez Oregon/Birmingham/Chicago 2007-2018 (2006-2015)
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego (2006-2018 and 2021-2022)
SP Richard Dicks Sr. Marin-Sacramento/Las Vegas 2005-2018 (2005-2017)
CL Bill Hyer San Diego (2008-2018)
SIMBL New File Era (2005-2018) Hall Of Fame Pitchers:
SP Michael Gambino Oregon/Las Vegas/Knoxville/Deer Lake 2019-2034 (2019-2034)
SP Oki Okada Bristol/Chicago/Hollywood/Asheville (2019-2032)
SP Craig Byrd Calgary/Chicago (2019-2028)
SP Vinny Corleone Knoxville/Calgary/Asheville/Deer Lake/Boston/Whitby (2019-2032)
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon/Dallas (2019-2030)
SP Alberto Tovar San Diego (2019-2026)
CL Barrett Jenkins Calgary/Asheville/Bristol/Rochester (2019-2034)
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester (2019-2029)
SP Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach-Hollywood/Whitby/Las Vegas 2019-2030 (2019-2030)
CL Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego/Seattle (2019-2035)
 
LANCE'S KINGS ARE FALLING SERIES: HUSTLERS LEGENDARY 'TRIPLE A' SERIOUSLY POISED TO PASS SIMBL ALL-TIME WINS LEADER GRIMES

LANCE'S KINGS ARE FALLING SERIES:

HUSTLERS LEGENDARY 'TRIPLE A' SERIOUSLY POISED TO PASS SIMBL ALL-TIME WINS LEADER GRIMES

Barring Injury, Anderson Projected Early Next Season To Be New SIMBL Career Wins King

Currently, Only 10 Pitchers In SIMBL History Have Won 200 Games, 17 With 190+, 23 With 175+ & 47 With 150+ Wins

By Lance Stanley
SIMBL Contributor

Hey bedwetters.  Lance Stanley reporting for the SIMBL.

As my recent article on SIMBL career records recently broken by Dallas' Tony Aguilar (new all-time home run king), San Diego closer Cedric Issacson (new all-time saves leader) and Sacramento's Carlos Molina (new all-time RBI leader), Las Vegas' six-time SL Hurler Of The Year Alan Alexander Anderson recently became only the second pitcher in the SIMBL's 32-season history to join the 300-Win Club joining former San Diego First File Era dominator, SIMBL Hall Of Famer, eight-time Hurler Of The Year winner, 11-time All-SIMBL Team selection and 11-time All-Star Bobby Grimes.

Only two pitchers in the SIMBL's 32-season history have won 300 games and are considered the two very best in league history: Grimes and Anderson who now stand in a class of their own.

Now the race is on for the 36 year-old "Triple A" to break Grimes' long-standing SIMBL record of 313 career wins.  As of the September 22, 2016 league date and nearing the end of his 17th full-time season and 18th overall, the 14-time All-Star (which stands alone as another SIMBL record) has 306 wins and is 8 wins away from passing the legendary Grimes' long-standing record of 313 career wins and becoming the new SIMBL wins king.

Adding in current 40 year-old five-time Hurler Of The Year and 12-time former long-time Texas and Cleveland All-Star and now current Sacramento closer Richard Dicks Jr. (276 wins), who is nearing the end of a first-ballot Hall Of Fame career as well and whose father Richard Dicks Sr. is a First File Era SIMBL Hall Of Famer voted in by SIMBL GMs a few seasons ago in the occasional SIMBL Hall Of Fame voting, there are only three pitchers in the lengthy history of the league to win 250+ games.

Dicks Sr. and Dicks Jr. will likely be the first father-son duo to be inducted into the SIMBL Hall Of Fame. Another case will be made in the future when SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles' son, 30 year-old Hawaii superstar Deryk Ryles currently in his tenth full-time season in which he is an 9-time All-Star with 9 consecutive starts at third base and already with 355 career home runs, nears the end of his career years down the road barring injury will make a case as well as a fathers-son duo to join the Dicks.

Currently, only 10 pitchers have won 200+ SIMBL games while 47 pitchers have won 150 SIMBL games.

Anderson is a 'young' 36 years-old and won't turn 37 until during next November during the 2037 campaign.  Enjoying another above-average season with a 17-11 record with a 2.83 ERA, "Triple A" is on pace to set the new record early next season barring injury.

The league argument, certainly always led by Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah who drafted Anderson with the 15th overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft, who swept to his 2031 SIMBL championship over Dallas riding Anderson's dominating MVP performances in the postseason in 2031 when "AAA" went 4-1 with a 2.51 ERA and a blistering 0.73 WHIP in six starts at age 31, who drafted and groomed Anderson, and San Diego's fellow long-time SIMBL stalwart GM Paul Ware, a seven-time SIMBL champion GM, who drafted Grimes in the 10th round in the 2005 SIMBL First File Era Inaugural Draft as a high risk-high reward prospect.  

Grimes' case is that he is the most dominating pitcher in the SIMBL First File Era (2005-2018) bar none.

Grimes is a SIMBL Hall Of Famer, 8-time SL Hurler Of The Year, 11-time All-SIMBL Team selection and 11-time All-Star. Grimes was named MVP of three SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series in 2009, 2014 and seven years later in 2021 when he re-entered the league after a two-season break as one of the few First File Era players to re-enter the New File Era as free agents. Grimes is also a one-time SLDS MVP in 2010. To add to the pile, Grimes even won the 2007 SL Rookie Of The Year Award and was the MVP of the 2013 SIMBL All-Star Game.  Grimes' career ERA of 2.56 and WHIP of 0.96 were and still stand as #1 for starting pitchers in SIMBL history at the time of his retirement. His 3026 career strikeouts were second at the time of his retirement next to fellow SIMBL Hall Of Famer James Sousa's 3334 and still stand now as fourth as the SIMBL New File Era is near the end of its 18th season compared to the First File Era's 14-season history from 2005-2018. Grimes played 16 seasons in the SIMBL: 2005-2018 in the First File Ea and 2021-2022 in the New File Era before finally hanging them up for good after the 2022 season ending his career as the undisputed best pitching ace in league history up from 2005-2022.

Anderson's case is that he is the most dominating pitcher in the SIMBL New File Era (2019-current) bar none.

Anderson is a future automatic SIMBL Hall Of Famer the single moment he hangs up his cleats.  He is a six-time SL Hurler Of The Year (second-most in league history to Grimes' eight), a SIMBL-record 14-time All-Star in which he has set a SIMBL-record in the process as he has gone to the SIMBL Midsummer Classic for the past 14 consecutive seasons. He has spent his entire career with Las Vegas outside two seasons with Chicago where he was paired up in a very unthinkable trade at the time with former SIMBL Draft #1 overall picks and fellow future Hall Of Famers Jimmy Wagner and Joe Tarnowsky in 2034 and 2035 to form a very formidable and expensive "Big Three"the likes the SIMBL had never seen before that led the Hitmen to two SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series appearances in the "Big Three's" two seasons together but failed to bring home a title being upset by GM Robert Don's Dallas Texans in the 2034 SIMBL CS and last season to Westbury GM Bill Atteberry's Cannons in the 2035 SIMBL CS.  Contrary to false speculation of the beginning of his  eventual demise, Anderson went 36-15 with a 3.34 in his two seasons in the Windy City before Hannah traded back for him from Bowden before the current 2036 season to finish his career in a Hustler uniform.  "Triple A" is now in his 16th season in Las Vegas and 18th SIMBL season overall.

To put his illustrious career into perspective, "AAA" has won 14 or more games for an amazing 15 consecutive seasons including this year.  He has won 15+ games twelve times in his 16 full SIMBL seasons.  The former #15 overall pick back in the 2019 SIMBL New File Inaugural Draft by Hustlers GM Carl Hannah has won 16 or more games twelve times, 17 or more games twelve times and is a nine-time 19+ game winner.  Anderson won 20+ games in his career eight times in his career doing so in eight consecutive seasons from 2024-2031.  To add more to his legend, Anderson won 24+ games five times and finally 25+ games a SIMBL-record three times with a career-high 28-5 season in 2028.  The 28-win season stands tied for third in SIMBL single-season history with Oregon's Angel Rodriguez in 2013, Grimes' 29-win season in that same 2013 season and SIMBL Hall Of Famer Alberto Tovar's uber-historic 33-win season in 2021. The Hustlers, competitive and a playoff-contending team in most of Anderson's prime seasons in Sin City, obviously were not in the same postseason history of the eleven-time SIMBL champion Warewolves which makes Grimes an 8-time SIMBL champion and MVP of three of the championship series.  Anderson's 1.66 ERA in 2030 is a single-season record that many think will never be broken as SIMBL Hall Of Famer Vinny Corleone's 1.78 mark in 2021 stands a distant second in league history. "Triple A" won the 2031 SLCS MVP, 2023 SLDS MVP and matching Grimes' was the 2034 SIMBL All-Star MVP.

Anderson also is one of only four pitchers joining First File legend and SIMBL Hall Of Famer and two-time Hurler Of The Year James Sousa and Sacramento's 40 year-old five-time Hurler Of The Year Richard Dicks Jr. with 3000 or more strikeouts and is the new SIMBL career strikeout king currently with 3436 sitdowns.  Sousa now stands second with 3334, Dicks Jr. has 3151 career K's while Grimes' 3026 stands fourth in league history.

Grimes and Anderson's statuses as the only pitchers in SIMBL history with 300 wins will stand firm for seasons to come. Boston's 38 year-old Ross Brooks is the nearest active player on the list still playing and nearing the end of a consistent though not spectacular career and is nearly 100 wins away standing in 7th-place with 223 wins.

Chicago ace Jimmy Wagner (currently 22-7 with a 2.71 ERA) is a 34 years-old and a nine-time All-Star and stands in 9th place and recently became only the 10th pitcher in league history with 200 wins. 17 pitchers in league history have won 190 or more games. 47 have won 150+ games.

Wagner's teammate and part of one of the league's most formidable ace duos currently and in league history, ten-time All-Star and 2033 SL Hurler Of The Year and 2025 SL Rookie Of The Year Joe Tarnowsky, has led GM John Bowden's Hitmen to the past two SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series as SL champions only to lose to Dallas in 2034 and Westbury in 2035 and are the favorites to advance to their third consecutive SIMBL CS this season and lead the league currently with a blistering 100-49 record with 13 games to play.

Tarnowsky (currently 21-5 with a 2.98 ERA, winner of the 2033 SL Hurler Of The Year Award, ten-time All-Star and #1 overall pick of the 2022 SIMBL Draft) is the highest active player next to win 200 games and sits with 195 at 33 years-old. The left-hander spent his first six SIMBL seasons with the Giants after being nabbed #1 overall by Giants GM Jason Gregory in the 2022 SIMBL Draft where he won 18 games or more in four of those seasons before signing with Chicago during the 2031 free agency sweepstakes.  Tarnowsky has won 18+ games in eight of his 12 SIMBL seasons and is now in his sixth season with the Hitmen.

Cementing that Grimes and Anderson's 300 wins and both are #1 and #1 in all-time wins  is the fact that outside Tarnowsky's 195 wins at 33 years-old, Oregon's long-time ace Francisco Martinez (with 163 wins) is 34 years-old and Cleveland's Kevin Schmidt (with 163 wins) are the youngest on the active list ranked highest and still stands post-30 years-old at 31.  That's not looking too promising for hopeful challenge to the record because both are some 140 wins away at their ages to even reach 300 which chances are less than 10% of obtaining.

To give further evidence at how long Grimes' and Anderson's marks will stand there are only active pitchers on the top 100 in league career wins under the age of 30 in San Diego's Michael Martin (28 years-old with 118 wins), Bristol's Steven Lee (29 years-old with 103 wins) and Rochester's Felix Romero (28 years-old with 102 wins).

So, barring not losing any significant time to injuries as they grow older, Wagner (200 wins at age 34) and Tarnowsky (195 wins at age 33) the two former #1 overall picks of SIMBL Drafts have a slim if non-existent chance at reaching 300 wins or even becoming the 4th pitchers to post 250 SIMBL career wins making Grimes and Anderson's records even more impressive though not likely to come anywhere near despite likely SIMBL Hall Of Famer-worthy credentials Wagner and Tarnowsky likely will possess when they decide to retire within the next 5-7 seasons though the two are still currently ranked as two of the top five starting pitchers in the league and are pitching like it as well.

Here are the top current SIMBL wins leaders from both the SIMBL New File Era (2019-current) and SIMBL First File Era (2005-2018) combined as usual.  Below is another cumulative "Lance's Lists" that focuses on all-time SIMBL career strikeout leaders as of the current 9/22/2036 league date.

Next up, we'll take a look at career hits leaders and career saves leaders and the new records broken in their fields as well.

Of the below listed SIMBL all-time career wins leaders, Bobby Grimes, Oki Okada, James Sousa, Michael Gambino, Vinny Corleone, Bobby Bruno, Craig Byrd, five-time Fireman Of The Year Barrett Jenkins, Justin Montgomery, Alberto Tovar and Oregon's long-time 461-save 8-time All-Star closer Andrew Stephens are the only pitchers that have been recognized by league GM vote or automatic statistical requirements by the game and are currently inducted in the SIMBL Hall Of Fame with further possibilities to come in future organized and official SIMBL Hall Of Fame voting which occurs every couple of seasons when time and the huge resources of such an event permits and some will automatically inducted upon retirement upon meeting the ingame statistical requirements.

Thus far, nine players of the SIMBL First File Era of 2005-2018 have been formally elected and inducted with Bobby Grimes, James Sousa, Pedro Ramirez, Richard Dicks Sr., and former long-time First File Era career saves leader Bill Hyer being the only pitchers formally elected in in previous GM-elected balloting in years pasts.

The above listed nine pitchers of the SIMBL New File Era (2019-current) have been inducted into the SIMBL Hall Of Fame while 6 positional players of the NFE have been inducted.  Four positional players: Daryl Ryles, Lucas Espitia, Dominck Lund and Taitarou Haranobu have thus far been elected from the FFE.

SIMBL Career 150+ Wins Leaders
As Of The 9/22/2036 League Date
*- Indicates Active Player

1. 313 Bobby Grimes San Diego 2007-2018, 2021-2022
2. 306 Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas/Chicago 2020-2036 *
3. 276 Richard Dicks Jr. Texas/Cleveland/Deer Lake/San Diego/Sacramento 2019-2036 *
4. 241 Oki Okada Bristol/Chicago/Hollywood/Asheville 2019-2032
5. 234 James Sousa Los Angeles/Lowell 2005-2018
6. 228 Michael Gambino Oregon/Las Vegas/Knoxville/Deer Lake 2019-2034
7. 223 Ross Brooks Asheville/Dallas/Westbury/Deer Lake/Hollywood/Boston 2019-2036 *
8. 217 Vinny Corleone Knoxville/Calgary/Asheville/Deer Lake/Boston/Whitby 2019-2032
9. 202 Jimmy Wagner Chicago 2025-2036 *
10. 200 Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach-Hollywood/Whitby/Las Vegas 2019-2030
11. 198 Felix Murff San Diego 2005-2018
12. 197 Pedro Ramirez Oregon/Birmingham/Chicago 2007-2018
12. 197 Anthony Puffer Las Vegas/Boston/Cleveland 2011-2018, 2023-2027     
12. 197 Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento/Chicago 2025-2036 *
13. 195 Glenn Murphy Cleveland/Deer Lake/Sacramento/Whitby 2014-2018, 2023-2030
14. 193 Brody McIllmoyle Asheville/Cleveland/Deer Lake 2020-2036 *
15. 191 Marcus Dinges Brooklyn-Birmingham-Moscow-Mexico City/Oregon/New Orleans 2006-2018
16. 187 Brian Woods Whitby/Westbury/Oregon/Bristol/Boston 2020-2033
17. 181 Trevor Brooks Colchester-Boston/Whitby/Asheville/Seattle/Hawaii 2019-2032
17. 181 Richard Dicks Sr. Marin-Sacramento/Las Vegas 2005-2018
18. 180 Shane Hollingsworth Bend 2019-2035
19. 178 Antonio Soto Hartford-Whitby/Asheville/New York 2020-2033
20. 177 Dennis Hunt Texas 2005-2018175 Craig Byrd Calgary/Chicago/Tampa Bay 2019-2028
173 Raynald Charron Texas/Dallas 2020-2035
167 Robert Carson Texas 2007-2018
167 John McCasland Cleveland-New York 2005-2018
165 Justin Montgomery Rochester 2019-2029
163 Francisco Martinez Oregon 2025-2036 *
163 Kevin Schmidt Tampa Bay/Cleveland 2026-2036 *
161 Bill Hightower Atlantic City-Newark-Hartford 2006-2018
160 Alberto Tovar San Diego/Rochester 2019-2026
159 Timothy Williams Knoxville/Hollywood 2024-2036 *
159 Rick Varney Atlantic City-Newark-Hartford/Toronto 2005-2018
158 Jerry Poliskin Hawaii/Chicago/Deer Lake/Cleveland/Rochester/Oregon/New York 2021-2034
158 Miles Farrelly Chicago/Toronto 2005-2015
157 Country Joe Thomas Texas/Knoxville/San Diego/Boston 2019-2034
157 Alex Lynch Augusta/Cleveland/Las Vegas/Hawaii/San Diego/New York 2019-2032
155 Gustave Sequin Hollywood/Dallas/Boston/Sacramento/Bellingham 2022-2035
155 Ryan Thomas Astoria/Whitby/Westbury 2019-2032
154 Nelson Hawke Augusta/Knoxville/Tampa Bay/Whitby/Sacramento 2019-2032
153 Casey Barker New York 2025-2036 *
153 Nelson Hawke Knoxville/Tampa Bay/Whitby/Sacramento 2019-2032
152 Riley Charboneau Las Vegas/Texas 2022-2036 *
151 Dave Jackson Hollywood 2019-2030
151 D'Monte Lewis Astoria/Boston/Knoxville/Tampa Bay/Oregon 2019-2031
150 Justin Riley Augusta-Charlotte/Tampa Bay/Chicago/New York/San Diego 2022-2034
 
2037 SIMBL LIVE DRAFT COMPLETE
SIMBL DRAFT HISTORY & ANALYSTS

2037 SIMBL LIVE DRAFT COMPLETE


The live four-round portion of the 2037 SIMBL Draft is complete as done by all SIMBL GMs.

Rounds 5-10 will be done automated by the game as is rule and tradition and all draftees will be put into the league file on the 6/15/2037 league date.

PAST SIMBL DRAFT #1 OVERALL DRAFT PICKS:
2037: SS Hugh Gordon Boston
2036: SP Ugo Del Costello Tampa Bay
2035: SP Lance Love Tampa Bay
2034: SS Jeff Kovach New York
2033: SP George Beckett Sacramento
2032: SP Billy Lynch Sacramento
2031: C Robert Sladky Chicago
2030: CF Logan Pickard Rochester
2029: SP Michael Kilbane Texas
2028: RF Jose Perez Texas
2027: SP Grant Cody Tampa Bay
2026: SS Jason Hamilton Oregon
2025: 3B Deryk Ryles Hawaii
2024: SP Jimmy Wagner Chicago
2023: SP Gene Shuey Chicago
2022: SP Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento
2021: SP Billy Russell Las Vegas
2020: SP Antonio Soto Hartford
2019: SP Antonio Soto Hartford (Didn't Sign)
2019 New File Inaugural Draft: 1B Colt McAlister Calgary
2018: SP Reggie Richardson San Diego
2017: SP Dean Carr Marin
2016: LF Henry Cheesman Carolina
2015: SP Napoleon Lajoie Jacksonville
2014: 1B Jose Ibañez San Diego
2013: LF Alfred Holm Augusta
2012: SS Kanesaburou Jiro Dalton
2011: SP Deangelo Ceja Tacoma
2010: CF Christopher Woolsey Toronto
2009: 2B Michael Larson Toronto
2008: CF Russell Folk Asheville
2007: CF Walter Scott Pocatello
2006: 2B Jeremy Phillips Pocatello
2005 Inaugural Draft: 3B Daryl Ryles San Diego
2037 SIMBL DRAFT ROUND ONE:
1. Boston- SS Hugh Gordon 20 9/8/9/6/7
2. Tampa Bay- 2B Malcom Young 18 9/8/7/5/8
3. Bellingham- SP Jason Floyd 18 8/7/9
4. Bend-  CF Anthony Guerrero 21 8/7/8/5/5
5. Cleveland- SP Ricky Stanley 18 7/7/9
6. Oregon- SP Juan Velasquez 20 8/7/7 LHP
7. Asheville- SP David Virgil 23 7/7/8 LHP
8. Hawaii- SP Mitchell Fleming 18 9/7/7
9. Westbury- CL Rodrigo Cruz 10/7/8 LHP
10. Calgary- SP Gilberto Perez 22 7/8/9
11. Bristol- SP Mariano Arroyo 21 8/7/8
12. Dallas- SP Sammy Ayers 21 9/6/7
13. Sacramento- SP Juan Jose Bilbao 18 8/7/8
14. Toronto- SS Will Perry 20 7/6/6/5/7
15. Hollywood-  SP Vicente Vargas 18 9/6/6
16. Rochester- SP Rafael Guzman 19 7/7/8
17. Las Vegas- 2B Ken Rhodes 17 8/4/9/5/5
18. Texas- SP Kevin Kennedy 19 7/6/9
19. Seattle- 1B Arlen Cox 20 8/9/6/6/8
20. New York- CF Andy Wright 21 5/7/9/7/5
21. San Diego- CF Rob Calhoun 21 8/7/2/5/9
22. Whitby via Knoxville (Type A SP Jimmy Dietz)- LF Jerome Andrews 18 7/6/8/6/6
23. Oregon via Whitby (Type A C Jesse Mulhann)- C Luis Carrasco 18 8/6/6/5/6
24. Chicago- SP Jimbo Corbin 22 7/7/7
2037 FREE AGENCY COMPENSATION ROUND:
1. Boston (SP Bartolo Carrasco)- SS Ryan Mitchell 20 7/7/6/5/7
2. Tampa Bay (CL Felix Urbina)- 1B Pedro Mercado 20 7/7/7/5/7
3. Bend (CF Michael Sanders- CL Ronald Huggins 20 8/7/7
4. Oregon (C Jesse Mulhann)- CF Warren Mora 22 7/7/5/5/6
5. Hawaii (SP Fernando Martinez)- 2B Hector Colon 18 6/6/7/7/6
6. Bristol (MR Nick Mitchell)- SP Ruben Castaneda 19 6/8/8/ LHP
7. Toronto (SP Michael Mayhugh)- SS Harry Shaw 18 6/6/3/5/6
8. Hollywood (SS Franco Rubio)- C Vaughan Morrison 21 6/6/5/3/9
9. Rochester (3B Poach Johnson)- CF Sly Galloway 20 6/6/5/6/5
10. Las Vegas (CL Odin Dunbar)- MR Jeffery Anderson 20 7/7/8
11. San Diego (SP SP Tory Nash)- CL Matt Jefferson 22 8/6/5 LHP
12. Knoxville (SP Rodney Monroe)- CF Dani Soto 20 6/6/6/4/7
13. Whitby (MR Eric Forbes)- SP Shawn Reynolds 18 7/6/8
14. Chicago (2B Cecil Edwards)- SP Orlando De Leon 21 5/7/9 LHP
15. Boston (SP Gustavo Estrada)- CL Miguel Lima 21 7/8/6
16. Bend (C Jorge Batista)- CF Roberto Aguilar 19 4/6/9/6/3
17. Bristol (CL CL Joe Rawlings)- SP Jonathan Lehman 23 6/7/7 LHP
18, Hollywood (RF Kevin Young)-  LF Juan Leyva 21 5/6/8/6/4
19. Rochester (SP Carlos Gomez)- C Kevin Parsons 20 5/6/7/5/5
20. Knoxville (RF Matthew Brown)- CF Wilson Franco 18 5/6/6/5/8
21. Whitby (SP Jimmy Dietz)- C Gustavo Garcia 18 5/7/7/6/5
22. Chicago (SS Gary Harlan)- SP Steve Wilkinson 21 6/6/7
23. Whitby (C Seat Garrett)- 20 SP Orlando Ramos 6/6/8
24. Whitby (99-63) (RF Rio Percy)- CF Billy Bray 17 6/7/1/47
25. Whitby (99-63) (SP Isiah Woods)- To Be Compensated
 
2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/2/2037) SIGNINGS

2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/2/2037) SIGNINGS

Many Top Free Agents Still On The Board As 2037 Off-Season Major Free Agency Concludes & Spring Training Arrives

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/4/2028: $94,832,198
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/4/2029: $95,052,938
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/2/2030: $101,240,677
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/3/2031: $109,629,755
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/1/2032: $118,219,393
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/1/2033: $116,177,435
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 2/27/2034: $110,950,919
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 2/26/2035: $109,318,237
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/4/2036: $105,374,844
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 3/2/2037: $111,787,945
2037 FREE AGENCY SIM 5 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Sunday, February 1st, 2037

Cleveland Brownies: Signed free agent RF Matthew Brown to a 2-year contract worth a total of $10,000,000.  
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent RF Nathan Brown to a 4-year contract worth a total of $44,000,000.  
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed free agent SP Tory Nash to a 3-year contract worth a total of $26,000,000.  
Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent SP Gustavo Estrada to a 1-year contract worth a total of $7,500,000.  

Sunday, February 8th, 2037

Cleveland Brownies: Signed free agent SP Carlos Gomez to a 3-year contract worth a total of $39,000,000.  

Sunday, February 15th, 2037

Cleveland Brownies: Signed free agent 2B Peter Turner to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,500,000.
 
2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2037) SIGNINGS

2038 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2038) SIGNINGS

2038 FREE AGENCY SIM 4 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Sunday, January 31st, 2038

Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent RF Brenton Howard to a 4-year contract worth a total of $17,640,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Dale Moore to a 1-year contract worth a total of $4,150,000.  

Saturday, January 30th, 2038

Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent MR Joe Miller to a minor league contract.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Bob Detty to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,440,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent LF Hugh Ward to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,400,000.  
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed free agent C Kent Applebee to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Bob Henderson to a 2-year contract worth a total of $5,680,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent RF Steven Sullivan to a 4-year contract worth a total of $19,400,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent SS Thomas Ferrell to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,900,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent CF Willard Rivard to a 3-year contract worth a total of $44,250,000.  

Sunday, January 17th, 2038

Bend Bandits: Signed free agent CL Antonio Sanchez to a 3-year contract worth a total of $6,000,000.  
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed free agent MR Glenn Newcombe to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,120,000.  
Las Vegas Hustlers: Signed free agent 3B Carl Chaulk to a 4-year contract worth a total of $76,000,000.
 
2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2037) SIGNINGS

2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2037) SIGNINGS

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2026: $113,367,325
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2027: $100,720,360
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2028: $93,311,365
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2029: $93,132,104
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2030: $98,258,594
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2031: $105,992,672
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2032: $113,638,977
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2033: $113,367,018
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2034: $108,837,169
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2035: $105,259,070
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2036: $101,252,344
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/16/2037: $108,297,112

2037 FREE AGENCY SIM 3 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, January 16th, 2037

Cleveland Brownies: Signed free agent MR Li-xue Thien to a 2-year contract worth a total of $10,000,000.  
Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent LF Michael Sanders to a 3-year contract worth a total of $30,720,000
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent CL Rafael Martinez to a 4-year contract worth a total of $32,000,000.  
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent C Jorge Batista to a 4-year contract worth a total of $63,000,000.  
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent MR Nick Mitchell to a 3-year contract worth a total of $19,000,000.  

Thursday, January 15th, 2037


Toronto Rush: Signed free agent SS Gary Harlan to a 4-year contract worth a total of $72,000,000.  
Toronto Rush: Signed free agent SP Ernie Bonner to a minor league contract.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent SP Michael Cross to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.  
Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent C Kent Applebee to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent MR Bob Baker to a minor league contract.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent SP Dana Sly to a 3-year contract worth a total of $24,750,000.  
Toronto Rush: Signed free agent SS Francisco Santos to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,160,000.  

Monday, January 12th, 2037

Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent MR Edgar Reynolds to a 2-year contract worth a total of $16,000,000.  

Thursday, January 1st, 2037

SP Billy Russell retires.  
SP Ramon Liendo retires.  
SP Kerry Powell retires.  
LF Zachery Dye retires.  
C Ray Smith retires.  
SP Kevin Rogers retires.  
SP Cory Larson retires.  
SP Brody McIlmoyle retires.  
SP Willie Roger DeMarco retires.  
SP Michael McBride retires.  
SP Josh Porter retires.  
3B Gabriel Garcia retires.  
1B Clint Wilson retires.  
Chicago Hitmen: SP Calvin King (R Boise) retires.  
C Anastasio Joseph retires.  
SP Jonathan Stephens retires.  
SP Miguel Trujillo retires.  
SS Aaron Mora retires.  
SS William Craig retires.  
SS Dan Larsen retires.  
SP Joe Snyder retires.  
SP Ramón Soto retires.  
C Carlos Ortíz retires.  
SP Jorge Sosa retires.  
1B Lynn Merrill retires.  
SS Donald Ford retires.  
SP Rory Holland retires.  
1B Clancy Murray retires.  
C Warner Ray retires.  
SS Jose Vargas retires.  
C Mitchell Spencer retires.  
SS Darren Flowers retires.  
SP Curt Pacheco retires.  
SP Gerardo Espinosa retires.  
SP Alex Garcia retires.  
SP Keith Sharp retires.  
SP Joe Saunders retires.  
LF Mike Lewis retires.  
SP Alfonso Núñez retires.  
SP Richard Fairchild retires.  
SP Jim Gilmore retires.  
C Tom Hurley retires.  
LF Alex Erkins retires.  
1B Mike Lawson retires.  
C Jose Castillo retires.  
C Cecil White retires.  
SP David Kane retires.  
LF Sherwood Wilson retires.  
C Bernardo Caraballo retires.  
SP Bastien Hernández retires.  
2B Ramon Cruz retires.  
Bend Bandits: SP Alejandro Aguilar (A High Desert) retires.  
C Ken McLaughlin retires.  
2B Jack Skinner retires.  
RF David Chandler retires.  
SS Fred Brown retires.  
SP Kenny Flores retires.  
SP Dave Clarke retires.  
SP Félix Gutiérrez retires.  
SP Alberto Morales retires.  
SP Alonso Tonche retires.  
1B Joey Palmer retires.  
SP Sidney Lam retires.  
SP Miguel Lucero retires.  
SS Howard Walker retires.  
SS Gautier Lepore retires.  
SS R.J. Smith retires.  
SS Paul MacUre retires.  
SP Jose Morales retires.  
SP Ron Smith retires.  
SS Julian Hernandez retires.  
1B Jeff Webb retires.  
C Vicente Deleon retires.  
C Hector Ramos retires.  
CF Ray Conner retires.  
SS Juan Lugo retires.  
C Juan Diaz retires.  
C Bob Robinson retires.  
C Leslie Sullivan retires.  
SP Roberto Garcia retires.  
SP Luis Medine retires.  
SS Ted England retires.  
San Diego Warewolves: 3B Gabriel Enriquez (A Lancaster) retires.  
SS Jose Garcia retires.  
SP Greg Benjamin retires.  
C Dennis Peters retires.  
C Barry Carter retires.  
2B Bill Wilhelm retires.  
C Vincente Gomez retires.  
SP Andy Ross retires.  
SP Steve Duncan retires.  
1B Artie Bradley retires.  
2B Michael Courtney retires.  
SP Shaun Cole retires.  
SP Leon Haywood retires.  
SP Hollis Crane retires.  
RF David Dalton retires.  
3B Alex Britt retires.  
SP Juan Longoria retires.  
SP William Bowles retires.  
SP Gustave Seguin retires.  
C Artie Murray retires.  
3B Pat Hamilton retires.  
SP Warren Lane retires.  
SS Andres Bizcarra retires.  
SS Dan Arnold retires.  
RF Terry Carr retires.  
2B Rocco Ventura retires.  
1B Mike Callahan retires.  
SS David Sorondo retires.  
SP Brian Hughes retires.  
SP Tim Crumpton retires.
RF Jorge Hernandez retires.
2037 FREE AGENCY SIM 3 NEWS:
Tuesday, November 4th, 2036

Toronto Rush: The owner took $15,527,167 in cash as profit for this year.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: The owner took $10,452,274 in cash as profit for this year.  

3B Kent Bennett of the Westbury Cannons honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Daryl Ryles Slugger Of The Year Award.  
SP Michael Kilbane of the Texas Roadrunners honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Bobby Grimes Hurler Of The Year Award.  
SS Tommy Carroll of the Bristol Owls honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Chris Cota Rookie Of The Year Award.  
MR Glenn Newcombe of the Westbury Cannons honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Award.  
3B Kendry Barbee of the Seattle Seawolves honored: Finished 2nd in 2036 SIMBL UL Daryl Ryles Slugger Of The Year Award voting.  
SP Durante Montero of the Whitby Battalion honored: Finished 2nd in 2036 SIMBL UL Bobby Grimes Hurler Of The Year Award voting.  
RF Howard Parks of the Seattle Seawolves honored: Finished 2nd in 2036 SIMBL UL Chris Cota Rookie Of The Year Award voting.  
SP Brock Vinci of the Seattle Seawolves honored: Finished 3rd in 2036 SIMBL UL Bobby Grimes Hurler Of The Year Award voting.  
SP Cristo Rivas of the Whitby Battalion honored: Finished 3rd in 2036 SIMBL UL Chris Cota Rookie Of The Year Award voting.

SP Michael Knox of the Dallas Texans honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at P.  
C Jorge Batista of the Bend Bandits honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at C.  
1B Jorge Cruz of the Westbury Cannons honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at 1B.  
2B Eduardo Rivera of the Bristol Owls honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at 2B.  
3B Nyomo Yokota of the Whitby Battalion honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at 3B.  
SS Robby Helton of the Seattle Seawolves honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at SS.  
CF Jayson Crawford of the Oregon Pioneers honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at LF.  
LF Manny Foster of the Cleveland Brownies honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at CF.  
LF Jose Perez of the Texas Roadrunners honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL UL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at RF.  
LF Keegan Bryant of the San Diego Warewolves honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Daryl Ryles Slugger Of The Year Award.  
SP Michael Martin of the San Diego Warewolves honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Bobby Grimes Hurler Of The Year Award.  
SP Gary Richards of the Las Vegas Hustlers honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Chris Cota Rookie Of The Year Award.  
MR Juan Carlos Bermudez of the San Diego Warewolves honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Middle Reliever Of The Year Award.  
1B Marcos Guerrero of the Knoxville Lumberkings honored: Finished 2nd in 2036 SIMBL SL Daryl Ryles Slugger Of The Year Award voting.  
SP Jimmy Wagner of the Chicago Hitmen honored: Finished 2nd in 2036 SIMBL SL Bobby Grimes Hurler Of The Year Award voting.  
RF D.D. Styles of the Hawaii Pineapples honored: Finished 2nd in 2036 SIMBL SL Chris Cota Rookie Of The Year Award voting.  
CF Johnny Abraham of the Chicago Hitmen honored: Finished 3rd in 2036 SIMBL SL Daryl Ryles Slugger Of The Year Award voting.  
SP Joe Tarnowsky of the Chicago Hitmen honored: Finished 3rd in 2036 SIMBL SL Bobby Grimes Hurler Of The Year Award voting.  
2B Joe Goans of the Las Vegas Hustlers honored: Finished 3rd in 2036 SIMBL SL Chris Cota Rookie Of The Year Award voting.  
SP Kelly Hoskinson of the San Diego Warewolves honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at P.  
C Robert Sladky of the Las Vegas Hustlers honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at C.  
1B Marcos Guerrero of the Knoxville Lumberkings honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at 1B.  
2B Nicolas Pagano of the Knoxville Lumberkings honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at 2B.  
SS Salvador Flores of the San Diego Warewolves honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at 3B.  
SS David Gentry of the Hawaii Pineapples honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at SS.  
CF Angelo Lorenzo of the Hawaii Pineapples honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at LF.  
CF Roberto Garza of the Sacramento Giants honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at CF.  
RF Gregory Joyner of the Boston Revolution honored: Wins the 2036 SIMBL SL Richard P. DeMarco Defense Award at RF.
 
2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2036) SIGNINGS

2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2036) SIGNINGS

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2025: $112,217,325
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2026: $99,620,776
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/30/2027: $89,627,198
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/30/2028: $89,024,188
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2029: $96,441,927
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2030: $102,853,922
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2031: $110,702,310
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2032: $112,264,935
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2033: $106,958,003
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2034: $103,613,445
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2035: $100,116,094
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/31/2036: $105,362,112

2037 FREE AGENCY SIM 2 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Wednesday, December 31st, 2036

Cleveland Brownies: Signed free agent SP Fernando Martinez to a 4-year contract worth a total of $68,000,000.  
Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent SS Alex Prince to a 1-year contract worth a total of $920,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP Dylan King to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,200,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent LF Kyle Roberts to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent MR Newt Austin to a 4-year contract worth a total of $14,000,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Riley Charboneau to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,120,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent C Reggie Jones to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent 3B Poach Johnson to a 3-year contract worth a total of $21,000,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Richard Beatty to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,120,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Emory Sears to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,400,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent RF Kendall Sampson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $4,800,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP J.J. Drew to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,200,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent 3B Anderson Meyer to a 1-year contract worth a total of $920,000.  

Monday, December 29th, 2036

Texas Roadrunners: Signed free agent C Antonio De La Cruz to a 2-year contract worth a total of $15,400,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SS Scott Morgan to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,160,000.  
Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent C Jesse Mulhann to a 4-year contract worth a total of $69,000,000.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent SP Jimmy Dietz to a 4-year contract worth a total of $62,000,000.  
Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent C Sean Garrett to a 3-year contract worth a total of $8,400,000.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent SP Bartolo Carrasco to a 4-year contract worth a total of $68,000,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent RF Rio Percy to a 4-year contract worth a total of $30,500,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent RF Bryce Hoffman to a 2-year contract worth a total of $7,600,000.  

Saturday, December 20th, 2036

Texas Roadrunners: Signed MR Dominic Wilson to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $5,390,000.  

Friday, December 19th, 2036

Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent SP Michael Hayhugh to a 4-year contract worth a total of $28,000,000.  

Thursday, December 18th, 2036

Boston Revolution: Signed free agent CL Carlton Brock to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,400,000.
 
2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/16/2036) SIGNINGS

2037 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/16/2036) SIGNINGS

High Risk/High Reward? High-Spending Texans GM Robert Don Nabs Two Of The Three SFA's With A Combined $142,000,000 In Deals

Below the radar of the big name and big money Supplemental Free Agent signings in 2037 Free Agency SIM 1 was New York's signing of former Calgary long-time stalwart reliever Domingo Francisco (above) to bolster the Enforcers bullpen in the tough UL East.  The former #8 overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL Draft by Hollywood inked a 3-year deal worth $12,600,000 with Enforcers GM Chris Gattuso after spending 10.5 seasons with the Clippers after a mid-season trade in 2026 from the Stars.  The 38 year-old is an Iron-Man-rated 9/7/10 and still ranked among the best relievers in the SIMBL.  He formed with Calgary's 18-season veteran stalwart Bob Detty (second all-time to Asheville's Dez Jordan with 1197 games) to form one of the top duo relievers in SIMBL history and his 1063 games are the 6th-most in SIMBL history.  Francisco is an innings-eater known as a fireball strikeout artist and struck out more than 100 batters, considered a milestone for a reliever, in 8 consecutive seasons from 2026-2023 and has a career 3.45 ERA.  Francisco is a three-time SIMBL champion and won the UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Award for the 2032 season when he went 11-5 with a 2.85 ERA and 0.77 WHIP in 107.1 IP with a blistering 134 strikeouts and 13 walks and finished 2nd in voting for the award in 2034.  Despite posting among the best ratings of any reliever in the SIMBL, Francisco suffered career highs in ERA (4.88) and WHIP (1.40) and pitched his lowest amount of innings (72.0) since the 2025 SIMBL season last season in his final season with the Clippers who suffered a big blow to their bullpen by allowing the four-time All-Star to walk to free agency.

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2025: $111,148,158
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2026: $98,598,276
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2027: $87,925,115
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2028: $88,782,521
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 11/26/2029: $88,683,802
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2029: $93,370,885
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2030: $99,921,130
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2031: $105,627,727
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2032: $108,242,852
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2033: $105,400,503
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2034: $99,740,529
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2035: $98,297,344
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 12/16/2036: $100,152,112

2037 FREE AGENCY SIM 1 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Tuesday, December 16th, 2036

Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SP Ross Brooks to a 3-year contract worth a total of $6,600,000.  

Monday, December 15th, 2036

Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent SS Franco Rubio to a 2-year contract worth a total of $3,800,000.  

Saturday, December 13th, 2036

New York Enforcers: Signed free agent C Jimmy O'Higgins to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,160,000.  
Bellingham Blue Sox: Signed free agent 3B Tucker Andrews to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,080,000.  
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent MR Eric Forbes to a 3-year contract worth a total of $13,200,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SS Jeremy Knight to a 2-year contract worth a total of $3,400,000.  
Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent RF Carlos Rosa to a 3-year contract worth a total of $13,800,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent MR Mel Booker to a 3-year contract worth a total of $5,100,000.  
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent C Salvador Velez to a minor league contract.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SP Albert Hayes to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent 2B Vicente Gallo to a 1-year contract worth a total of $840,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent MR Gustavo Valasquez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,600,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent C Cristian Munoz to a 3-year contract worth a total of $12,000,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent MR David Butler to a 3-year contract worth a total of $5,400,000.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent MR Odin Dunbar to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,920,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent RF Julio Cardona to a 1-year contract worth a total of $840,000.  
Dallas Texans: Signed free agent SP Colby Ventura to a 4-year contract worth a total of $59,000,000.  

Saturday, December 6th, 2036

Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent 1B Chao Lin to a minor league contract with a $1,050,000 signing bonus.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent 1B Cecil Edwards to a minor league contract with a $1,400,000 signing bonus.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent MR Domingo Francisco to a 3-year contract worth a total of $12,600,000.  
Dallas Texans: Signed free agent CF Josh Robertson to a 4-year contract worth a total of $83,000,000.  
Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent SS Dan Lee to a 4-year contract worth a total of $76,000,000.  

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2036

Hollywood Stars: Signed SP Aaron King to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $38,900,000.
 
TEXAS WINS 2036 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES & ARE FIRST-TIME SIMBL CHAMPIONS
2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

TEXAS WINS 2036 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES & ARE FIRST-TIME SIMBL CHAMPIONS

Roadrunners' Save Best For Last & Out-Pitch & Out-Hit Hitmen; Shut Down The SIMBL's Top Offense To 15 Runs In 6 Games

Frustrated 109-Win Heavily-Favored Hitmen Lose Third Consecutive SIMBL Championship Series

The SIMBL charter franchise Texas Roadrunners of SIMBL charter GM Pat Flanagan start a celebration 32 long seasons in the making and win the 2036 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship over the heavily-favored Chicago Hitmen of GM John Bowden.  The Roadrunners went 88-74 and won their first divisional title in 21 seasons and breaking up an 18-season reign of the UL Central by either Calgary or Dallas winning the division since 2019.  Texas advanced to it's third SIMBL CS and first in 23 seasons and behind four former first round picks, all in the top six, of: Michael Kilbane, Takuma Ito, Eric Richards and Jimmy Hayes, who effectively shut down the SIMBL's highest-scoring offense and limited Chicago to 15 runs in the six-game series stunning the 109-win Hitmen who have been upset now in three consecutive SIMBL CS and seek their first SIMBL championship now going 0-5 in five trips to the SIMBL title series.

The 2036 SIMBL season seen the emergence of the former #1 overall pick of the 2029 SIMBL Draft, Michael Kilbane (above) as a SIMBL superstar ace as Kilbane went 19-9 and led the SIMBL with a 2.37 ERA and was voted the soon-to-be-announced UL Hurler Of The Year by SIMBL GMs. The 2036 SIMBL postseason even cemented to that further as "Irish Mike" went 5-1 in 7 playoff starts with a blistering 1.94 ERA and an insulting 0.75 WHIP.  The 29 year-old allowed 31 hits, 12 ER, 11 walks while striking out 39 in 55.2 IP.  Kilbane threw two complete-game shutouts including a two-hitter in Game Six of the 2036 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series to clinch the series and earn Texas the first SIMBL championship in the charter franchise's 32-season history.

2036 SIMBL CS:
TEXAS 4 CHICAGO 2
2036 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series:
Game One: Texas 4 Chicago 1
Game Two: Chicago 5 Texas 2
Game Three: Texas 4 Chicago 3
Game Four: Chicago 4 Texas 0
Game Five: Texas 4 Chicago 2
Game Six: Texas 3 Chicago 0
Repeat Teams To The SIMBL CS:
2005-2008 San Diego (3-0)
2009-2010 San Diego (1-1)
2018-2019 San Diego (1-1)
2018-2019 Calgary (1-1)
2021-2022 Dallas (0-2)
2027-2028 New York (1-1)
2029-2030 Hawaii (1-1)
2034-2036 Chicago (0-3)

In a battle of two teams with some of the best pitching aces prospects who were drafted #1 overall in past SIMBL Drafts to specifically build around for moments precisely like this to get their teams to win a SIMBL championship, the Texas Roadrunners (88-74), led by this season's UL Hurler Of The Year and former #1 pick overall of the 2029 SIMBL Draft, Michael Kilbane, (19-9 2.37 ERA in regular season) outlasted the Chicago Hitmen's (109-53) elite 'Dynamic Duo' of former 2022 #1 overall pick and 10-time All-Star Joe Tarnowsky (23-6 3.04 ERA) and former #1 overall pick of the 2024 SIMBL Draft and 9-time All-Star Jimmy Wagner (24-7 2.74 ERA) to win the 2036 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship and are SIMBL champions for the first time in franchise history.  To sum up the series, Texas only outscored Chicago 17-15 in the six games with both teams averaging less than 3 runs a game in one of the best pitching statistical SIMBL Championship Series in the league's 32-season history of the trophy series.

It's the first SIMBL championship in the 32-season history of the Roadrunners after two previous trips to the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series losing to Las Vegas in five games 23 seasons ago in 2013 and losing the 2008 SIMBL CS in one of the most memorable title series in SIMBL history after blowing a 3-1 series lead and watch the Timberjacks came back to stunningly win the series and championship becoming the only team in SIMBL history to comeback from a 3-1 series deficit and win the SIMBL championship in the title series.

Congratulations to Texas GM Pat Flanagan on his first SIMBL championship.  Pat is one of only five charter GMs left in the league from the beginning over 9 real-life years ago and now 32 complete seasons ago joining Calgary Clippers GM Christian DeMarco, Bend Bandits GM Ted Williams, San Diego Warewolves GM Paul Ware and Bristol Owls GM Greg Checovetes.  Pat has led the charter SIMBL franchise for 32 seasons and 9 real-life years and has held steady since the early beginning days of the SIMBL and now for the first time in those 32 seasons is a SIMBL champion.  He stayed calm, dedicated and resilient with his plan and long-time strategy of building around pitching, pitching and more pitching.  The Roadrunners rebounded from having the worst record in the SIMBL in 2027 and 2028 and drafted current five-time All-Star outfielder Jose Perez #1 overall in 2028 and four-time All-Star and this season's UL Hurler Of The Year and SIMBL ERA champion Michael Kilbane #1 overall the very next season in 2029.  Flanagan also watched either Calgary (14) or Dallas (4) win the UL Central Division that he shared with them for 18 years before the Roadrunners closed the door this season and won their first division title since 2015.

Flanagan's long-time SIMBL philosophy on building and drafting mostly pitching has the now defending SIMBL champion starting pitching rotation built with four high first round draft picks all picked in the top six: 29 year-old Michael Kilbane (#1 overall 2029), 26 year-old Takuma Ito (#2 overall 2030), 30 year-old Eric Richards (#3 overall 2026) and 22 year-old Jimmy Hayes (#6 overall 2032).  This foundation is set for seasons to come especially with one of the top 1-5 aces in the SIMBL, Kilbane, signed a $78,200,000/4-year extension earlier this season which will lock him up through the 2040 season.

After eight long losing seasons from 2024-2031 which included six consecutive 90+ loss seasons and three straight 100-loss seasons with a rock bottom 54-108 record in 2027 in the midst of seven consecutive last-place seasons, Flanagan's drafting started to gel implementing one draftee at a time to work their kinks out at the SIMBL level.  The Roadrunners improved in the win total for eight straight seasons from 2027's low point of 54 wins to 2034's high-point of 91 wins winning 54, 65, 66, 69, 73, 81, 85 and 91 games and even winning the UL wildcard berth with a 81-81 record in 2032 ending a 17-season postseason drought.

The Roadrunners put on one of the most intriguing seasons in SIMBL history about the decades-long debate on pitching vs. offense to win in baseball and in the SIMBL.  While obviously sporting one of the top rotations in the SIMBL while leading the UL with a 3.51 team ERA, #1 in starters ERA with 3.53 and #2 in team bullpen ERA with a 3.45 showing. The Roadrunners led the UL with 638 total runs allowed by a team, were second in hits allowed and allowed the least walks.

On the contrary, Texas' offenses were one of the weakest in the SIMBL especially compared to the explosive Chicago offense. Texas was 11th out of 12 UL teams in runs scored and dead last in team hits in the UL.  Small ball and pitching prevailed as Flanagan could be compared to as the SIMBL's very own Billy Beane this season as the Roadrunners also were second-to-last in home runs, last in extra-base hits and last in slugging percentage and OPS.  The new SIMBL champions were 10th out of the 12 teams in the UL with a weak .247 team batting average.

The Hitmen of GM John Bowden, a two-time SIMBL GM Of The Year for the 2023 and 2034 seasons, continue their hard luck and lost their third consecutive SIMBL Championship Series and are now 0-5 in SIMCL CS appearances.  One of the most competitive and emotional GMs in the SIMBL, Bowden's Hitmen became only the second team in SIMBL history to advance to three consecutive SIMBL Championship Series and frustratingly became the first team to lose all three despite featuring favored teams with significantly better regular season records as well. Barring any unseen blowing up of the roster this off-season, the Hitmen should battle a talented Rochester team led by last season's SIMBL GM Of The Year Tony Christman for the SL East title.  The Roosters went 102-60 and won the SL East in 2034 before getting bumped in the first round of the playoffs while the second-place Hitmen with a 95-67 record in the SL East won the SL wildcard advanced to the 2034 SIMBL CS losing to Dallas in five games.

The Roosters were expected to battle Chicago for the division title this season again in a highly-anticipated dogfight but were one of the SIMBL's most injured teams this season losing former first rounders and All-Star starting pitchers Brett Mester and Kerry Hannah, top reliever Matthew Ellis, five-time All-Star second baseman Valentin Santos for long periods of time and one of the top rated players in the SIMBL, former #1 overall pick of the 2030 SIMBL Draft and already a three-time All-Star at age 27, Logan Pickard, for the rest of the season as Rochester gave up a large lead of the SL wildcard berth in the last two weeks of the season to Las Vegas by two games.  The Roosters are also supplied with highly-touted prospects Matthew Morraco (#4 overall pick in 2034 SIMBL Draft), 22 year-old Japanese sensation Akato Sakata (#6 overall in 2033 SIMBL Draft) who hit .326 with 26 HR and 85 RBI in his second SIMBL season, and first full-time season, this past year and 25 year-old Ted Conley, a former third round draft choice in 2032, who surprisingly is a diamond in the rough and is currently rated at the SIMBL's 10th-rated player in the SIMBL Top 25 Players listing.

The Hitmen appear to be lined up to be a solid championship-caliber team for at least a couple more seasons to come.  Bowden went out and traded for 6-time SL Hurler Of The Year and 14-time All-Star Alan Alexander Anderson, the SIMBL's second-leading all-time wins leader with 308 current wins and only 6 wins away from breaking SIMBL Hall Of Famer Bobby Grimes' long-standing record of 313, from Las Vegas before the 2034 season to form the Hitmen an unprecedented and formidable "Big Three" that the SIMBL had never seen before in its long league history.

The "Big Three" of future SIMBL Hall Of Famers Tarnowsky, Wagner and Anderson were a combined force that has 712 wins, 33 All-Star Game selections, 7 Hurler Of The Year awards between them, twelve combined 20-win seasons and featured three of only 11 pitchers in the SIMBL's 32-season history to win 200+ games.  Tarnowsky and Wagner were #1 overall picks of past SIMBL Drafts while "Triple A" was an equally heralded #15 overall pick by the Hustlers in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft.  The three led the Hitmen to a 110-52 UL East title in 2034 and a 95-67 record and SL wildcard berth in 2035 in their two seasons together and won two SL championships and lost to Dallas in the 2034 SIMBL CS and to Westbury in the 2035 SIMBL CS before Anderson was traded back to Las Vegas mostly on the part of Hustlers GM Carl Hannah's wishes for "Triple A" to finish his career in a Hustlers uniform and in a strict payroll-directed move to relieve Bowden of "Triple A's" high salary so he could lock up his younger stars while remaining to keep two of the best front-line aces in the SIMBL.  While leading the Hitmen to becoming one of the most feared teams in the SIMBL both pitching and offensively and making two SIMBL CS appearances, the "Big Three" were upset in both of their SIMBL CS trips.

Texas put up a 2.37 ERA in the six games of this season's SIMBL CS holding the high-octane Chicago offense to only 15 runs in 6 games or a 2.5 runs a game average that isn't going to win a SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.  Yet equally, the Hitmen allowed only 17 runs to the Roadrunners and sported an impressive 2.56 team ERA in the series. Chicago was third this season in the SL with a 3.68 team ERA.  They were third in starters ERA at 3.48 and behind the middle of the pack at 7th in bullpen ERA with a 4.32 mark in the SL.

The Hitmen's offense was the factor that made them heavy favorites over the vastly weaker Roadrunners offense.  Chicago led the SIMBL with 871 runs scored this past season. They also led the SL in slugging percentage, OPS, second in team hits, first in extra-base hits, first in the SIMBL with 227 home runs and first in the SL and second to Seattle in the SIMBL with 247 stolen bases.

A very potent and completely rounded offense with power and speed combined with two bonafide shutdown aces who combined for 47 wins this past season with a solid if unspectacular bullpen but with the best closer in the SL this past season as upcoming free agent middle reliever-turned-closer Alberto Barrios and his SIMBL-leading 48 saves and 2.14 ERA got him voted as this season's SL Fireman Of The Year as the SL's top closer.  This combined with 109 wins to prove it seemed to lock the Hitmen up as automatic 2036 SIMBL champions.

Many SIMBL pundits while watching Chicago and tabbing them "the Golden State Warriors of the SIMBL this season" didn't immediately factor in now the magic carpet ride Michael Kilbane and the Texas pitching staff has been on all season long that only got stronger as the postseason went on.

So a very bombastic Hitmen offense led by former MVP and SL MVP candidates superstar Jake Boles (.291 AVG 34 HR 121 RBI) and emerging SIMBL superstar Johnny Abraham (.330 AVG 34 HR 127 RBI 65 SB) was effectively shut down to 2.5 runs a game by Kilbane and his other three former first round picks who starting to gel this season as perhaps the best cohesive rotation in the SIMBL that should only getting better in the seasons to come much to the league's dismay.

Kilbane went 1-0 with a 1.59 ERA in his two 2036 SIMBL CS starts throwing 17.0 innings allowing only 6 hits, 3 runs, 3 earned runs, one walk and 11 strikeouts.  "Irish Mike" went 5-1 in his 7 postseason starts with a blistering 1.94 ERA.  In one the most dominating postseason runs in recent SIMBL playoff history, he threw 55.2 innings, allowing 33 hits, 13 runs, 12 earned runs with 11 walks and 39 strikeouts and two complete-game shutouts include the championship-clinching two-hitter in Game Six.

Kilbane combined one of the best seasons in recent history going 19-9 with a SIMBL-leading 2.37 ERA, leading the UL with a 1.01 WHIP, 12 complete games and 5 shutouts.  Not only throwing a two-hit complete game shutout in Game Six to win the Roadrunners the 2036 SIMBL championship and the first title in the franchise's 32-season history, Kilbane will likely be certainly named the 2036 SIMBL CS MVP along with one of the two ULCS and/or ULDS MVP awards when SIMBL postseason MVP awards are announced now that the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series has been concluded.

In another contrast, Texas hit .251 as a team with 4 HR and 16 RBI and a .645 OPS in the six-game series, all nothing to write home about.  But to show the Roadrunners' dominance especially by Michael Kilbane and #2 Takuma Ito (1-1 2.81 0.88 WHIP in two SIMBL CS starts), the highest-scoring offense in the SIMBL this season was held to a puzzling .176 team batting average on a Chicago team loaded with offensive stars and offensive power and might.  The Hitmen's OPS was .512 which is among the worst in at least a six-game SIMBL CS in league history.

As a solid #2 support of the ace Kilbane, Takuma Ito went 3-1 in five postseason starts to also help Texas to the title.  He sported a 2.79 ERA in 38.2 innings with a 0.96 WHIP allowing 32 hits, 12 runs all earned, walked only 5 compared to 35 strikeouts.

Leading the regular-season weak Texas offense in the postseason was unheralded first baseman Tim Lynn with a .325 AVG 0 HR 10 RBI.  A literal no-name outside the UL Central, center-fielder and .244-career hitting Glen Colbert hit .326 with 4 HR and 8 RBI with a .993 OPS in 17 games and 46 at bats after hitting only .246 with 5 HR and 25 RBI the whole regular season.

2033 big-name Supplemental Free Agent third baseman Rich Jordan, who Flanagan snagged with an original 4-year $105,500,000 contract and extended him with an additional $101,000,000 for four more seasons this past regular season, gave the Roadrunners some more production hitting .333 with 6 HR and 12 RBI while sporting a 1.004 OPS in 69 postseason at bats.

So, with a starting rotation which ranks in the top 1-5, if not top 1-3, in the SIMBL this season, who pitched even better in the postseason and saved their very best for the SIMBL CS when they undisputedly shut down the SIMBL's most explosive offense, the Roadrunners also brought their statistically near-the-bottom regular season offense to life and had other players other than stars Jose Perez and Rich Jordan step up and have outstanding postseasons to give the charter SIMBL franchise Roadrunners and original SIMBL GM Pat Flanagan his first SIMBL championship after a 32-season-9 real-life years wait.

Expect Chicago GM John Bowden and his Hitmen not to go away anytime soon.  As previously said, with future SIMBL Hall Of Fame aces Joe Tarnowsky (33 years-old) and Jimmy Wagner (34 years-old) having a couple top-end seasons left in them, and several of his players locked up in the league's top-scoring offense, the Hitmen are on a run that will continue next season as the favorites to win the SL East and SL again as Bowden still has a great shot and expectations at that elusive first SIMBL championship that had and has eluded so many SIMBL GMs and franchises for so long as well.

With 5 new postseason teams of the 8 from last season including a total sweep of four new UL playoff teams this season and a SIMBL-record 16 teams finishing .500 or above this season and the 29th season that a defending SIMBL champion didn't repeat and defend their championship, more evidence couldn't be presented that the SIMBL is more competitive and challenging then ever as the league's reputation of having some of the best, competitive, dedicated and most savvy GMs online continues to get stronger by mere facts and numbers.  With Texas' first SIMBL championship, the league now is left with 8 franchises, that haven't won a SIMBL championship yet in the league's 32-season history of play.

Congratulations to Pat and John on a great series and great seasons.  Congratulations to all SIMBL GMs on another fun, exciting, successful (yet again challenged by health issues and a 23-day hospitalization-we still always march on) and competitive 32nd season, whether winning or losing, on a run or rebuilding or anywhere in between, the SIMBL forges on for some recreational enjoyment.

Next up is the formal announcing of the 2036 postseason MVPs, Westbury Cannons GM and SIMBL Financial Commissioner Bill Atteberry's annual end of season financial report looking to the 2037 off-season, the 2036 annual SIMBL GM Awards results, the start of the pecking away at the grueling updating the archives and history of the SIMBL Wall Of Fame and linked archived pages and the official 2037 off-season daily SIM schedule will be posted and announced shortly league-wide.

2036 SIMBL CS GAME FOUR:

CHICAGO 4 TEXAS 0
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Burton Warren (2-0 3.67 ERA) LP: Takuma Ito (3-1 2.79 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Burton Warren SP Chicago
9.0 IP 6 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 4 K

2036 SIMBL CS GAME FIVE:

TEXAS 4 CHICAGO 2

Texas Leads Series 3-2
WP: Eric Richards (1-3 7.09 ERA) LP: Joe Tarnowsky (4-1 1.88 ERA) HLD: Jimmy Hayes (1) SV: Javier Torres (7)
HR: Texas: Rich Jordan (5) Chicago: Johnny Abraham (7) Darren Peters (2)
Player Of The Game: Eric Richards SP Texas
6.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 3 BB 7 K

2036 SIMBL CS GAME SIX:

TEXAS 3 CHICAGO 0
Texas Wins Series 4-2
WP: Michael Kilbane (5-1 1.94 ERA) LP: Jimmy Wagner (1-2 3.93 ERA)
HR: Texas: Rich Jordan (6)
Player Of The Game: Michael Kilbane SP Texas
9.0 IP 2 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 6 K

 
ROADRUNNERS UP 2-1 ON HITMEN IN 2036 SIMBL CS
2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

ROADRUNNERS UP 2-1 ON HITMEN IN 2036 SIMBL CS

Aces Michael Kilbane & Joe Tarnowsky Continue To Dominate Postseason & SIMBL CS

Texas first baseman Tim Lynn (above center) celebrates his walk-off double off of Chicago's long-time reliever Jimmy Kenney to in Game Three to give the Roadrunners a two games to one lead in the 2036 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.  Both SIMBL charter franchises seek their first SIMBL championship in their franchise's 32-season histories.

2036 SIMBL CS:
TEXAS 2 CHICAGO 1

2036 SIMBL CS Games 1-3 are in the books and dominant ace pitching still is the story of the 2036 postseason as it usually is.

The Texas Roadrunners of GM Pat Flanagan split two games on the road and won Game Three at home behind ace Michael Kilbane (4-1 2.31 ERA) and lead the Chicago Hitmen of GM John Bowden two games to one in the title series.

Texas' soon to be announced UL Hurler Of The Year Michael Kilbane, the former #1 pick of the  has been brilliant as an expected ace in the Roadrunners postseason run.  But not to be left in the shadows is Texas' #2 Takuma Ito, (3-0 2.35 ERA) a former #2 overall pick of the 2030 SIMBL Draft.  With Kilbane and Ito posed in the #1-2 roles with former #3 overall pick of the 2026 SIMBL Draft Eric Richards in the #3 role, Texas seems set for a long run based on formidable frontline pitching while managing a solid if unspectacular offense.

The Hitmen have been led by the sizzling pitching of ace Joe Tarnowsky (4-0 1.44 ERA) another former #1 overall pick of the 2022 SIMBL Draft.  Chicago has arguably the best duo of #1-#2 starters with former #1 pick of the 2024 SIMBL Draft Jimmy Wagner (1-1 4.20 ERA) Tarnowsky and Wagner are both in a minimal group of 200 career win pitchers and are likely headed to the SIMBL Hall Of Fame.  Chicago poses one of the best offenses in the SIMBL with SL MVP candidates Jake Boles and Johnny Abraham having stellar postseasons.

The Hitmen are in their third consecutive SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series and fifth overall in franchise history and seek their first SIMBL championship. The Hitmen are only the second team in SIMBL history joining the 2005-2006 San Diego Warewolves to make it to the title series in three straight years.

The Roadrunners are in their first SIMBL CS in 23 seasons since the 2013 season and third overall in franchise history after winning their first UL Central crown also in 21 seasons.

One of the two charter franchises will win their first SIMBL championship in franchise history.

2036 SIMBL CS Games 4-7 and the crowning of the 2036 SIMBL Champion will be on Monday March 10, 2016 upon exports and as usual will be posted and announced.  After the ending of the postseason we will give SIMBL Financial Commissioner Bill Atteberry a day to give his annual league financial report and then the 2037 off-season schedule will be announced and the off-season will begin.

Good luck to both Pat and John at getting the 2036 ring.

2036 SIMBL CS GAME ONE:

TEXAS 4 CHICAGO 1
Texas Leads Series 1-0
WP: Takuma Ito (3-0 2.35 ERA) LP: Anthony Morris (1-2 6.11 ERA) SV: Javier Torres (6)
HR: Texas: Dennis Martin (1) Chicago: Jake Boles (6)
Player Of The Game: Takuma Ito SP Texas
8.0 IP 7 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 7 K

2036 SIMBL CS GAME TWO:

CHICAGO 5 TEXAS 2
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Joe Tarnowsky (4-0 1.44 ERA) LP: Eric Richards (0-3 8.27 ERA) SV: Alberto Barrios (6)
HR: Texas: Luke Johnson (1) Chicago: Johnny Abraham (5)
Player Of The Game: Joe Tarnowsky SP Chicago
8.0 IP 9 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 2 K

2036 SIMBL CS GAME THREE:

TEXAS 4 CHICAGO 3 (TIM LYNN WALK-OFF DOUBLE OFF OF JIMMY KENNEY)
Texas Leads Series 2-1
WP: Javier Torres (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Jimmy Kenney (0-1 2.19 ERA)
HR: Chicago: Johnny Abraham (6) Justin Davis (2)
Player Of The Game: Michael Kilbane SP Texas
8.0 IP 4 H 3 R 3 ER 1 BB 5 K

 
TEXAS & CHICAGO SCRAP THEIR WAY INTO AND MEET IN THE 2036 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

TEXAS & CHICAGO SCRAP THEIR WAY INTO AND MEET IN THE 2036 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Roadrunners Advance To First SIMBL CS In 23 Seasons; Hitmen Become Only Second Team In SIMBL History To Advance To SIMBL CS Three Consecutive Seasons, Both Seek First Championship In Franchise History

It's the Texas Roadrunners' time to celebrate after wrapping up the 2036 UL championship.  After 18 seasons of watching Calgary or Dallas win the UL Central, the Roadrunners won the division outright this season and advance to the their first SIMBL CS in 23 seasons and third in franchise history.  The SIMBL charter franchise Roadrunners defeated the Seattle Seawolves in seven tough games to advance to the third SIMBL CS (0-2) in the SIMBL charter franchise history and seek their first SIMBL championship.

The Chicago Hitmen storm the field and celebrate their third straight UL championship after a grueling record-setting 17-inning Game Seven win on a walk-off Christopher Stevens single to prevail over the Knoxville Lumberkings.  The Hitmen advance to the fifth SIMBL CS (0-4) in the SIMBL charter franchise history.  Chicago becomes only the second team in the SIMBL's 32-season history joining the 2005-2007 San Diego Warewolves to advance to three consecutive SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.  The Hitmen an the Roadrunners are two of the SIMBL's charter franchises and both seek their first SIMBL championship.

2036 SIMBL CS:
TEXAS VS. CHICAGO

2036 SIMBL LCS:
TEXAS 4 SEATTLE 3
CHICAGO 4 KNOXVILLE 3

2036 SIMBL LCS Games 4-7 is in the books and both series went the full seven games including a SIMBL-record 17-inning Game 7 of the SLCS.

In two grueling series that no team won two games back-to-back it figures to go in the SIMBL history books as one of the better LCS series in SIMBL history.

Congratulations to Texas GM Pat Flanagan as his charter franchise Roadrunners defeated GM Kevin Norris' Seattle Seawolves with a 4-0 Game Seven victory to advance to their first SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series in 23 seasons and the third in franchise history.  Texas has been led by former #1 pick of the 2029 SIMBL Draft Michael Kilbane who has emerged into a bonafide Top 5 SIMBL ace this season after going 19-9 this season and leading the SIMBL with a 2.37 ERA.  Kilbane has gone 4-1 with a 2.09 ERA and blistering 0.91 WHIP in five postseason starts.

Flanagan has been around since the start of the SIMBL way back on September 2, 2006 and has led his team for 32 seasons and over 9 real-life years.  The Roadrunners make their third trip to the SIMBL CS where they are 0-2 losing in 2013 to Las Vegas in five games and in the infamous 2008 SIMBL CS where they became the only team in SIMBL history (though it's happened four other times in postseason play) to lose the title series after leading 3-1 in the championship series.

Congratulations to Chicago GM John Bowden whose Hitmen outlasted the Knoxville Lumberkings of GM Andy Hutchinson in a 17-inning Game Seven and defeated Knoxville for the second straight season in the SLCS.  Chicago advances to their third consecutive SIMBL CS becoming only the second team in SIMBL history to advance to three straight title series. The charter franchise Hitmen lost to Dallas in 2034 and to Westbury in 2035 and seek their first SIMBL championship after losing to Bristol in 2017, to New York in 2027, to Dallas in 2034 and to Westbury in 2035 and are 0-4 in SIMBL CS appearances. Chicago becomes the first team since the 2005-2007 San Diego Warewolves of GM Paul Ware to advance to three consecutive title series a period of 29 seasons.

Backup SS Christopher Stevens, a former first round draft pick #6 overall in the 2026 SIMBL Draft by Boston GM Dennis Walters and signed by Bowden as a free agent in last off-season's free agency, pinch hit a single in the bottom of the 17th inning off of former long-time Bristol reliever Craig Hart who signed with Knoxville in 2035 off-season free agency to send the Hitmen to their third straight SIMBL CS.  Chicago ace Joe Tarnowsky, the former #1 overall pick of the 2022 SIMBL Draft by Sacramento GM Jason Gregory and spent his first six seasons with the Giants before signing with Chicago in 2031 off-season free agency, went 23-6 with a 3.04 this past season and has been on fire leading the Hitmen to the SIMBL CS with a 3-0 record with a sizzling 1.06 ERA and 0.60 WHIP in his three postseason starts thus far.

Postseason MVPs of all series: LDS, LCS and SIMBL CS will be all announced together at the end of the postseason.

Good luck to John and Pat on their runs at the title and congratulations to Andy and Kevin for greats runs again this season.

The 32nd SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series will begin on Thursday March 10, 2016 when I am available as the exports are in and I will run it either possibly even Wednesday night (tonight ) if I am feeling better or Thursday for sure and as will always post and announce.

2036 SIMBL LCS GAMES FOUR:

SEATTLE 5 TEXAS 0
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Brock Vinci (1-3 3.86 ERA) LP: Michael Kilbane (3-1 2.73 ERA)
HR: Seattle: Octavio Abreu (3) Pat Beck (3)
Player Of The Game: Brock Vinci SP Seattle
9.0 IP 5 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 5 K

KNOXVILLE 20 CHICAGO 3
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Hector Cuervo (2-1 2.53 ERA) LP: Anthony Morris (1-1 8.71 ERA)
HR: Chicago: Jake Boles (3) Knoxville: Jimmy Gilronan (2) Michael Werner 2 (3) Willard Rivard 2 (4)
Player Of The Game: Willard Rivard CF Knoxville
3 for 4 3 R 2 HR 2 BB 3 RBI  

2036 SIMBL LCS GAMES FIVE:

TEXAS 8 SEATTLE 6
Texas Leads Series 3-2
WP: Jimmy Walker (1-0 1.23 ERA) LP: Vicente Huerta (1-1 4.76 ERA) HLD: Dominic Wilson (1) SV: Javier Torres (5)
HR: Seattle: Octavio Abreu (4) Howard Parks 2 (4) Texas: Glen Colbert (2) Brenton Howard (1) Richard Jordan (4)
Player Of The Game: Howard Parks RF Seattle
2 for 4 1 R 2 HR BB 3 RBI

CHICAGO 2 KNOXVILLE 1
Chicago Leads Series 3-2
WP: Joe Tarnowsky (3-0 1.16 ERA) LP: Chris Ross (2-2 9.45 ERA) SV: Alberto Barrios (4)
HR: Chicago: Jake Boles 2 (5)
Player Of The Game: Joe Tarnowsky SP Chicago
8.0 IP 3 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 9 K

2036 SIMBL LCS GAMES SIX:

SEATTLE 7 TEXAS 4
Series Tied 3-3
WP: Tony Salvatore (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Chris Jacobs (0-1 27.00 ERA) BS: Todd Hatcher (1) SV: Rafael Martinez (3)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Jonathan Weaver SP Seattle
6.2 IP 5 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 3 K

KNOXVILLE 7 CHICAGO 3
Series Tied 3-3
WP: Christian Howard (1-0 3.80 ERA) LP: Jimmy Wagner (1-1 4.30 ERA)
HR: Knoxville: Willard Rivera (5) Marcos Guerrero (3) Kris Weston (1) Chicago: Johnny Abraham (4)
Player Of The Game: Kris Weston SS Knoxville
3 for 5 1 R 2B HR 3 RBI

2036 SIMBL LCS GAMES SEVEN:

TEXAS 4 SEATTLE 0
Texas Wins Series 4-3
WP: Michael Kilbane (4-1 2.09 ERA) LP: Brock Vinci (1-4 4.46 ERA)
HR: Texas: Glen Colbert (4) Brenton Howard (2)
Player Of The Game: Michael Kilbane SP Texas
9.0 IP 4 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 5 K

CHICAGO 6 KNOXVILLE 5 (CHRISTOPHER STEVENS WALK-OFF SINGLE OFF OF CRAIG HART BOTTOM OF 17TH INNING)
Chicago Wins Series 4-3
WP: Armando Pepa (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Craig Hart (0-1 3.86 ERA)
HR: Knoxville: Willard Rivard (6) Marcos Guerrero (4)  
Player Of The Game: Orlando Vegas RP Knoxville
4.1 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 7 K

 
ROADRUNNERS & HITMEN UP 2-1 IN 2036 SIMBL LCS
2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

ROADRUNNERS & HITMEN UP 2-1 IN 2036 SIMBL LCS

Three Of The First LCS Games Are Walk-Off Wins To Start This Season's League Championship Series

Chicago's Johnny Abraham (above right) connects on a thrilling game-winning walk-off grand slam off of Knoxville's perennial All-Star stud closer Chris Ross to give the Hitmen a 9-6 comeback win over the Lumberkings in Game Two of the 2036 SLCS.  The former #10 overall pick in the 2030 SIMBL Draft by Chicago GM John Bowden made his second consecutive All-Star team this season and the 24 year-old had a breakout season and is a SL MVP candidate hitting .330 with 34 HR 127 RBI and 65 SB as the Hitmen advanced to their third straight SLCS and attempt to advance to their third straight SIMBL CS and win their first SIMBL championship.

2036 SIMBL LCS:
TEXAS 2 SEATTLE 1
CHICAGO 2 KNOXVILLE 1

Texas GM Pat Flanagan's Roadrunners are up two games to one on GM Kevin Norris' Seattle Seawolves in the 2036 ULCS.  In the SL, GM John Bowden's Chicago Hitmen lead Knoxville GM Andy Hutchinson's Lumberkings two games to one in the 2036 SLCS in their rematch from last season's SLCS.  Chicago had won six straight over the L-Kings before a Game Three Knoxville win in which the former #2 pick in the 2033 SIMBL Draft, Michael Werner, hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth to cap a six-run rally for Knoxville to avoid a 3-0 series deficit.  Chicago had won 10 straight LDS and LCS games going back to last season including sweeps over San Diego and Knoxville in last season's SL playoffs.

In the second of three thrilling walk-off wins in the first six games of this season's SIMBL LCS, Chicago's SL MVP candidate Johnny Abraham hit a walk-off grand slam off of Knoxville's ten-time All-Star closer Chris Ross to give the Hitmen a 9-6 Game Two win to go up 2-0 in the series.

In another walk-off in the first three games of the LCS, Texas' Luke Johnson hit a sacrifice fly off of Seattle closer Rafael Martinez in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game Three to give the Roadrunners a 6-5 walk-off win over the Seawolves and a 2-1 series lead in the 2036 ULCS.

2036 SIMBL LCS Games 4-7 will be Thursday March 3, 2016 with export deadlines of 8:00 PM EDT.  Good luck to all four remaining GMs on advancing to the 2036 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.  Mandatory 2036 SIMBL GM Awards voting ballots are due Thursday March 3, 2016 at 8:00 PM EDT to avoid league penalization as well.

Good luck to Pat, Kevin, John and Andy on advancing to this season's 2036 SIMBL CS.

2036 SIMBL LCS GAMES ONE:

TEXAS 7 SEATTLE 4
Texas Leads Series 1-0
WP: Michael Kilbane (3-0 1.50 ERA) LP: Brock Vinci (0-3 5.48 ERA) SV: Javier Torres (4)
HR: Texas: Richard Jordan (3) Seattle: Pat Beck (2) Trayne Newton (2)  
Player Of The Game: Michael Kilbane SP Texas
8.0 IP 6 H 4 R 3 ER 4 BB 6 K

CHICAGO 3 KNOXVILLE 1
Chicago Leads Series 1-0
WP: Joe Tarnowsky (2-0 1.17 ERA) LP: Hector Cuervo (1-1 2.63 ERA) SV: Alberto Barrios (3)
HR: Chicago: Johnny Abraham (2) Knoxville: Matt Douglass (2)
Player Of The Game: Joe Tarnowsky SP Chicago
8.0 IP 4 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 5 K

2036 SIMBL LCS GAMES TWO:

SEATTLE 7 TEXAS 4
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Jonathan Weaver (2-0 2.25 ERA) LP: Eric Richards (0-2 11.42 ERA) SV: Rafael Martinez (2)
HR: Seattle: James McAllister (1) Kendry Barbee 2 (4) Texas: Glen Colbert (2) Bryce Hunter (2)
Player Of The Game: Kendry Barbee 3B Seattle
3 for 4 3 R 2 Solo HR 2 RBI

CHICAGO 9 KNOXVILLE 6 (JOHNNY ABRAHAM WALK-OFF GRAND SLAM OFF OF CHRIS ROSS BOTTOM OF 10TH INNING)
Chicago Leads Series 2-0
WP: Alberto Barrios (1-0) LP: Chris Ross (2-1)
HR: Knoxville: Willard Rivard (2) Chicago: Cecil Edwards (1) Jake Boles (2) Johnny Abraham (3)
Player Of The Game: Johnny Abraham CF Chicago  
3 for 6 2 R Walk-Off Grand Slam HR 4 RBI

2036 SIMBL LCS GAMES THREE:

TEXAS 6 SEATTLE 5 (LUKE JOHNSON WALK-OFF SACRIFICE FLY OFF RAFAEL MARTINEZ)
Texas Leads Series 2-1
WP: Andre Guzman (1-0 3.38 ERA) LP: Rafael Martinez (0-1 3.86 ERA)
HR: Seattle: Howard Parks (2) Octavio Abreu (2)  
Player Of The Game: Erik Bingham C Texas
1 for 2 3 R 2 BB 2 BB 0 RBI

KNOXVILLE 11 CHICAGO 7 (MICHAEL WERNER WALK-OFF GRAND SLAM HOME RUN OFF YOK-SING SUTHERLAND)
Chicago Leads Series 2-1
WP: Jose Romero (2-0) LP: Alberto Barrios (1-1)
HR: Knoxville: Michael Werner (1) Marcos Guerrero (2)
Player Of The Game: Michael Werner RF Knoxville  
3 for 5 2 R Grand-Slam Game-Winning HR Walk-Off HR 4 RBI

 
SEATTLE, TEXAS, KNOXVILLE & CHICAGO ADVANCE TO 2036 SIMBL LCS
2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

SEATTLE, TEXAS, KNOXVILLE & CHICAGO ADVANCE TO 2036 SIMBL LCS

Hitmen Make Their Third Consecutive SLCS Appearance; Roadrunners Make First ULCS In 23 Seasons; Seawolves Advance To ULCS For First Time In 21 Seasons; Lumberkings Make Second Consecutive SLCS In Rematch Against Hitmen

2036 SIMBL LCS:
TEXAS VS. SEATTLE
CHICAGO VS. KNOXVILLE

2036 SIMBL LDS:

TEXAS 4 WHITBY 2
SEATTLE 4 NEW YORK 2
CHICAGO 4 LAS VEGAS 0
KNOXVILLE 4 SAN DIEGO 1

The 2036 SIMBL League Division Series are over and we are on to the 2036 SIMBL League Championship Series.

Congratulations to GM Pat Flanagan and his SIMBL charter franchise Texas Roadrunners on advancing to their first ULCS in 23 seasons dating back to the 2013 season. Texas knocked out Whitby GM John Callahan's Battalion in six games in the ULDS. It's the third LCS appearance in franchise history (2-0) winning the ULCS in 2013 when they swept Bristol and in 2008 when defeated New York in seven games. The Roadrunners are 2-0 in LCS series and have advanced to two SIMBL CS (0-2) losing them both to Pocatello in seven games after holding a 3-1 series lead in the classic 2008 SIMBL CS and to Las Vegas in 2013.

Congratulations to Seattle GM Kevin Norris as his Seattle Seawolves defeated New York GM Chris Gattuso's Enforcers in six games to advance to the first LCS in franchise history in 21 seasons when they lost to the Las Vegas Hustlers in five games.  The Seawolves look to advance to the first SIMBL CS in the franchise's 32-season history. It's the second LCS appearance in franchise history and first since the 2015 season when they lost to Las Vegas as the former Birmingham Blue Sox.

Congratulations to Chicago GM John Bowden whose Hitmen swept the Las Vegas Hustlers of GM Carl Hannah in the SLDS.  Chicago advances to their third consecutive SLCS and their fourth in the past five seasons. It's Chicago's third consecutive sweep of a non-SIMBL CS series as they swept both San Diego and Knoxville and went 8-0 in last season's SL playoffs before losing to Westbury in five games.  Chicago are SL champion the past two seasons but lost to Dallas in 2034 and Westbury in 2035 and still seek the first SIMBL championship in the SIMBL charter franchise's 32-season history.  It's the Hitmen's eighth trip to the SLCS where they have a 4-3 record and they seek their fifth appearance (0-4) in the SIMBL CS and their first SIMBL championship.

San Diego (2005-2007, 2010-2012 and 2016-2021), Oregon (2010-2012), Asheville (2025-2028), Tampa Bay (2029-2031), Calgary (2018-2023) and now Chicago (2034-2036) are the only teams in the SIMBL's 32-season history to advance to three or more consecutive League Championship Series.  San Diego (2016-2021) and Calgary (2018-2023) hold the league record with six straight trips to the LCS series.

Chicago and Knoxville meet in a rematch of last season's SLCS as congratulations to GM Andy Hutchinson's Lumberkings who defeated GM Paul Ware's San Diego Warewolves in the first round for the second season in a row.  It's the third SLCS appearance in franchise history (0-2) as they look to make their second SIMBL CS appearance and first since the 2007 season where as the former Carolina Bearcats (now Knoxville Lumberkings since the 2019 season when Hutchinson took over and relocated the franchise) lost to the former Augusta Spartans (now Tampa Bay Silverbacks) when they swept in four games.

Teams meeting in back-to-back seasons in the LCS have happened only six times in 64 LCS series. San Diego vs. Oregon (2010-2012), Calgary vs. Dallas (2021-2022), Sacramento vs. Asheville (2025-2026), Tampa Bay vs. Hawaii (2029-2030), Whitby vs. Dallas (2030-2031) and now Knoxville vs. Chicago (2035-2036) have met in consecutive seasons with the record being when San Diego and division rival at the time Oregon met in three consecutive seasons from 2010-2012 with San Diego winning two of them.

Congratulations to New York GM Chris Gattuso, Whitby GM John Callahan, San Diego GM Paul Ware and Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah on great seasons.  The SIMBL LDS MVPs along with all postseason MVPs will be announced together after the postseason.  Mandatory 2036 SIMBL GM Award voting continues and are due on Thursday March 3, 2016 at 7:00 PM EDT to avoid penalization by league rules.

The 2036 SIMBL LCS Games 1-3 SIM will be held late Tuesday night after 9:00 PM EDT with an export deadline of 8:00 EDT.

2036 SIMBL LDS GAMES FOUR:

SEATTLE 6 NEW YORK 2
Seattle Leads Series 3-1
WP: Jonathan Weaver (1-0 2.25 ERA) LP: Cesar Martinez (0-1 5.40 ERA)
HR: Seattle: Kendry Barbee (1) New York: Julio Carmona (3)
Player Of The Game: Jonathan Weaver SP Seattle
8.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 4 K

TEXAS 1 WHITBY 0
Texas Leads Series 3-1
WP: Michael Kilbane (2-0 0.56 ERA) LP: Durante Montero (0-2 1.72 ERA) SV: Javier Torres (3)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Michael Kilbane SP Texas
8.0 IP 3 HR 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 8 K

SAN DIEGO 3 KNOXILLE 1
Knoxville Leads Series 3-1
WP: Michael Martin (1-0 1.13 ERA) LP: Jose Guzman (0-1 3.24 ERA) SV: Cedric Issacson (1)
HR: Knoxville: Matthew Brown (1)
Player Of The Game: Michael Martin SP San Diego
8.0 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 8 K

CHICAGO 6 LAS VEGAS 4
Chicago Wins Series 4-0
WP: Anthony Morris (1-0 4.50 ERA) LP: Denny Butler (0-1 10.13 ERA) SV: Alberto Barrios (2)
HR: Chicago: Gary Harlan (2) Johnny Abraham (1) Las Vegas: Micah Irwin (1) James Wade (1) Alejandro Galindo (1) Joe Goans (1)
Player Of The Game: Gary Harlan SS Chicago
2 for 3 2 R 2-Run HR 3 RBI

2036 SIMBL LDS GAMES FIVE:

NEW YORK 2 SEATTLE 0
Seattle Leads Series 3-2
WP: Ricardo Camacho (1-1 1.69 ERA) LP: Brock Vinci (0-2 4.40 ERA) SV: Bryan Rogers (2)
HR: New York: Jim Miller (3)
Player Of The Game: Ricardo Camacho SP New York
8.0 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 7 K

WHITBY 5 TEXAS 3
Texas Leads Series 3-2
WP: Marcos Torrez (1-0 2.70 ERA) LP: Eric Richards (0-1 15.00 ERA) HLD: Joe Miller (2) Cristo Rivas (2) SV: Luis Castro (2)
HR: Whitby: Ashton Richards 2 (2) Texas: Richard Jordan (2)
Player Of The Game: Ashton Richards 1B Whitby
3 for 4 2 R 2 HR 3 RBI

KNOXVILLE 3 SAN DIEGO 2 (WILLARD RIVARD WALK-OFF HOME RUN OFF CEDRIC ISSACSON)

Knoxville Wins Series 4-1
WP: Jose Romero (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Cedric Issacson (0-2 10.38 ERA)
HR: Knoxville: Willard Rivard (1) Keegan Bryant (1)
Player Of The Game: Kelly Hoskinson SP San Diego
8.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 3 K

2036 SIMBL LDS GAMES SIX:

TEXAS 8 WHITBY 3
Texas Wins Series 4-2
WP: Takuma Ito (2-0 1.65 ERA) LP: Isiah Woods (0-2 3.29 ERA)
HR: Texas: Reece Spurle (1) Bryce Hunter (1) Whitby: Ashton Richards (3)
Player Of The Game: Takuma Ito SP Texas
8.1 IP 5 H 3 R 3 ER 1 BB 11 K

 
TEXAS & SEATTLE UP 2-1, CHICAGO & KNOXVILLE UP 3-0 IN 2036 SIMBL LDS
2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

TEXAS & SEATTLE UP 2-1, CHICAGO & KNOXVILLE UP 3-0 IN 2036 SIMBL LDS

2036 SIMBL LDS:
TEXAS 2 WHITBY 1
SEATTLE 2 NEW YORK 1
CHICAGO 3 LAS VEGAS 0
KNOXVILLE 3 SAN DIEGO 0

2036 SIMBL LDS Games 1-3 are in the books as the 2036 postseason is underway.

Texas GM Pat Flanagan's Roadrunners are up on GM John Callahan's Whitby Battalion 2-1 in the ULDS.  Texas looks to make it to the ULCS for the first time in 21 seasons going back to the 2015 season.  Whitby looks to end a four-season streak when they last made the ULCS in 2032 losing to eventual league champion Calgary in seven games.

Seattle GM Kevin Norris and his Seawolves are up 2-1 on New York GM Chris Gattuso's Enforcers in the ULDS.  Seattle looks to advance to the ULCS for the first time in 21 seasons when they were the former Birmingham Blue Sox in 2015.  New York looks to make it to the ULCS for the first time since the 2028 season when they won two consecutive ULCS series in 2027 and 2028 and winning the SIMBL championship in 2027.  

Chicago GM John Bowden's Hitmen look to advance to their third consecutive SLCS and lead GM Carl Hannah's Las Vegas Hustlers 3-0 in the SLDS.

Knoxville GM Andy Hutchinson's Lumberkings lead San Diego GM Paul Ware's Warewolves 3-0 in the SLDS.  The L-Kings stunned the top-seeded 'Wolves last season with a first round sweep and now have won seven straight postseason games against San Diego the last two seasons.  Knoxville looks to make it to the ULCS for the first time since the 2007 season a period of 28 seasons.

2036 SIMBL LDS Games 4-7 will be held on Monday night February 29, 2016 with an export deadline of 8:00 PM EDT.

2036 SIMBL LDS GAMES ONE:

TEXAS 2 WHITBY 1
Texas Leads Series 1-0
WP: Michael Kilbane (1-0 1.13 ERA) LP: Durante Montero (0-1 2.08 ERA) SV: Javier Torres (1)
HR: Texas: Richard Jordan (1) Whitby: Joshua Gallagher (1)
Player Of The Game: Michael Kilbane SP Texas
8.0 IP 3 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 4 K

SEATTLE 3 NEW YORK 2
Seattle Leads Series 1-0
WP: Vicente Huerta (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Ricardo Camacho (0-1 3.38 ERA) SV: Rafael Martinez (1)
HR: Seattle: Octavio Abreu (1)
Player Of The Game: Ricardo Camacho SP New York
8.0 IP 6 H 3 R 3 ER 1 BB 5 K

CHICAGO 5 LAS VEGAS 1
Chicago Leads Series 1-0
WP: Jimmy Wagner (1-0 1.13 ERA) LP: Gary Richards (0-1 6.43 ERA)
HR: Chicago: Todd Rush (1) Matthew Douglas (1)
Player Of The Game: Jimmy Wagner SP Chicago
8.0 IP 4 H 1 R 1 ER 0 BB 10 K

KNOXVILLE 3 SAN DIEGO 1
Knoxville Leads Series 1-0
WP: Hector Cuervo (1-0 1.17 ERA) LP: Kelly Hoskinson (0-1 2.45 ERA) SV: Chris Ross (1)
HR: San Diego: Quinton Glover (1)
Player Of The Game: Hector Cuervo SP Knoxville
7.2 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 2 BB 7 K

2036 SIMBL LDS GAMES TWO:

WHITBY 3 TEXAS 2
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Eric Forbes (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Jimmy Hayes (0-1 3.38 ERA) HLD: Javier Diaz (1) Joe Miller (1) SV: Luis Castro (1)
HR: Texas: Glen Colbert (1) Whitby: Sean Garrett (1)
Player Of The Game: Jimmy Hayes SP Texas
8.0 IP 6 H 3 R 3 ER 1 BB 4 K

NEW YORK 6 SEATTLE 4
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Casey Barker (1-0 3.68 ERA) LP: Brock Vinci (0-1 7.11 ERA) SV: Bryan Rogers (1)
HR: New York: Julio Carmona (1) Chris Warner (1) Jim Miller (1) Seattle: Howard Parks (1) Pat Beck (1)
Player Of The Game: Howard Parks LF Seattle
2 for 3 2 R 1 BB 1 RBI  

CHICAGO 9 LAS VEGAS 4
Chicago Leads Series 2-0
WP: Joe Tarnowsky (1-0 1.23 ERA) LP: Warren Lane (0-1 13.50 ERA)  
HR: Chicago: Gary Harlan (1) Jake Boles (1) Todd Rush (2) Darren Peters (1)  
Player Of The Game: Joe Tarnowsky SP Chicago
7.1 IP 4 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 1 K

KNOXVILLE 7 SAN DIEGO 6 (10 INNINGS)
Knoxville Leads Series 2-0
WP: Chris Ross (1-0 6.75 ERA) LP: Juan Carlos Bermudez (0-1 6.75 ERA) SV: Orlando Vega (1)
HR: Knoxville: Nicolas Pagano (1)
Player Of The Game: Kody Ware RF San Diego  
4 for 4 2B 3B 5 RBI

2036 SIMBL LDS GAMES THREE:

SEATTLE 9 NEW YORK 3
Seattle Leads Series 2-1
WP: Matthew Allen (1-0 3.68 ERA) LP: Evander Thomas (0-1 8.53 ERA)
HR: Seattle: Manuel Garcia (1) New York: Julio Carmona (2) Jim Miller (2)
Player Of The Game: Trayne Newton CF Seattle
3 for 5 2 R 2 2B 3 RBI

TEXAS 1 WHITBY 0
Texas Leads Series 2-1
WP: Takuma Ito (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Isiah Woods (0-1 1.13 ERA) SV: Javier Torres (2)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Takuma Ito SP Texas
8.0 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 4 K

CHICAGO 3 LAS VEGAS 2
Chicago Leads Series 3-0
WP: Burton Warren (1-0) LP: Alan Alexander Anderson (0-1) SV: Alberto Barrios (1)
HR: Chicago: Justin Davis (1)
Player Of The Game: Burton Warren SP Chicago
8.0 IP 5 H 2 R 1 ER 1 BB 7 K

KNOXVILLE 3 SAN DIEGO 2 (JIMMY GILRONAN WALK-OFF HOME RUN OFF CEDRIC ISSACSON)
Knoxville Leads Series 3-0
WP: Chris Ross (2-0 4.50 ERA) LP: Cedric Issacson (0-1 15.43 ERA) BS: Cedric Issacson (1)
HR: Knoxville: Marcos Guerrero (1) Jimmy Gilronan (1) San Diego: Jameson Munnings (1)
Player Of The Game: Bill Wischmeyer SP San Diego
8.0 IP 4 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 4 K

 
2037 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED
SIMBL DRAFT HISTORY & ANALYSTS LINKS

2037 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED

While the 2036 SIMBL postseason is about to begin some other GMs are already setting their eyes on the off-season, free agency and the 2037 SIMBL Draft which occurs seasonally upon the Opening Day SIM.

Here's the official ingame draft order and tiebreakers before any possible free agency compensations.  The first 12 teams can sign Type A free agents without losing their first round draft pick as compensation:

1. Boston (54-108)
2. Tampa Bay (58-104)
3. Bellingham (60-102)
4. Bend (68-94)
5. Cleveland (68-94)
6. Oregon (73-89)
7. Asheville (75-87)
8. Hawaii (75-87)
9. Westbury (81-81)
10. Calgary (81-81)
11. Bristol (81-81)
12. Dallas (81-81)
13. Sacramento (81-81)
14. Toronto (81-81)
15. Hollywood (83-79)
16. Rochester (85-77)
17. Las Vegas (87-75)
18. Texas (88-74)
19. Seattle (91-71)
20. New York (92-70)
21. San Diego (96-66)
22. Knoxville (96-66)
23. Whitby (99-63)
24. Chicago (109-53)

 
2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON FIELD SET

2036 SIMBL POSTSEASON FIELD SET

Texas Ends 21-Season Division Title Drought; Several Player Single-Season Records Close To Broken This Season

2036 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY VS. TEXAS
SEATTLE VS. NEW YORK
CHICAGO VS. LAS VEGAS
SAN DIEGO VS. KNOXVILLE

The 2036 regular season has come to an end with 2036 SIM 26 in the books and the SIMBL has concluded its 32nd season of play and now the postseason begins.

This season will advance the amazing streak to 28 consecutive seasons that a defending SIMBL champion didn't defend their title and repeat.  No team has done so since the 2008 San Diego Warewolves.

To further show competitiveness in the SIMBL other than that astounding record, five of the eight postseason teams are new entries with only Chicago, San Diego and Knoxville repeating from last season.  The entire UL's postseason field from last season is gone with Whitby, New York, Seattle and Texas all fresh and ending postseason droughts this season. A SIMBL-record 16 out of the league's 24 teams finished .500 or better this season.

Congratulations to Texas GM Pat Flanagan and his Roadrunners (88-74) for clinching the UL Central. Texas ends a three-season playoff drought and ends an 18-season dominance of Calgary or Dallas winning the division.  It's the fourth division title in the charter SIMBL franchise's history and seventh trip overall.  It's the Roadrunners first division title in 21 seasons dating back to the 2015 season.

Congratulations to Whitby GM John Callahan as his Battalion (99-63) win the UL East ending a two-season playoff drought. Whitby clinches the #1 UL seed and it's the 10th divisional title and 12th trip overall trip to the postseason for the Battalion.

Congratulations to Seattle GM Kevin Norris as his Seawolves (91-71) clinch the UL West ending a four-season playoff drought.  It's the seventh divisional title and seventh overall trip to the postseason in franchise history.

Congratulations to GM Chris Gattuso whose Enforcers (92-70) clinch the UL wildcard and will face Seattle in the ULDS.  It's the first postseason trip for New York in seven seasons.  it's the fourth wildcard appearance and ninth overall postseason trip in franchise history.

Whitby will meet Texas and Seattle will face New York in this season's ULDS.

Congratulations to GM John Bowden's whose Hitmen (109-53) wrap up the SL and SIMBL #1 seed and clinch the SL East. It's the fourth division title in the past five seasons and fifth consecutive playoff trip.  It's the 14th divisional title and 16th postseason trip for the SIMBL charter franchise.  The Hitmen have advanced to the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series the past two seasons losing to Dallas in 2034 and Westbury in 2035 and three of the four past SLCS.

Congratulations to Knoxville GM Andy Hutchinson whose Lumberkings (96-66) clinched their fourth consecutive SL Central title.  It's the 7th overall divisional title and tenth overall playoff trip in franchise history.  Knoxville beat Rochester in the SLDS then was swept by Chicago in the SLCS last season.  

Congratulations to San Diego GM Paul Ware (96-66) as his Warewolves clinched their sixth consecutive SL West crown and the 23rd in franchise history.  It's the 26th overall postseason appearance for the 11-time SIMBL champion who were swept in the first round by Chicago last season.

Congratulations to GM Carl Hannah whose Hustlers (87-75) completed an aggressive comeback going 23-10 the past 33 games to comeback and claim the SL wildcard berth from GM Tony Christman's Rochester Roosters (85-77) who held a firm grip on the SL #4 seed for the entire season up until the last two SIMs.  It's the third wildcard and 13th overall trip to the postseason in franchise history for the Hustlers.

Chicago faces Las Vegas while San Diego and Knoxville have a rematch in this season's SLDS.

Westbury's Kent Bennett won the SIMBL and UL batting title with a .360 average. San Diego's Akiro Hikaru led the SL with a .349 mark.  Bennett's .360 average is the tied for the second-best in SIMBL history only behind Matthew Brown's .367 mark in 2034 thought Brown played in 119 games that season to qualify while Bennett played in 157 games this season.  Bennett also led the UL and Hikaru led the SL in OBP.

Knoxville slugger Marcos Guerrero and Hawaii slugger Roger Marcum led the SIMBL and SL with 49 home runs.  Seattle's Kendry Barbee's 42 led the UL.

Knoxville's reigning SL MVP Marcos Guerrero led the SIMBL and SL with 155 RBI. Seattle's Kendry Barbee led the UL with 130 RBI. Guerrero's 155 RBI are the second-most in season in the New File Era (2019-current) and tied for the fourth-most in a single season in the league's 32-season history.

Chicago's Johnny Abraham's 221 hits led the SIMBL and SL and stand as the fourth-best in a season in league history. Westbury's Kent Bennett led the UL with 213.  San Diego's Keegan Bryant (203) and Hawaii's D.D. Styles (200) joined the 200-Hit Club as well.

Westbury's Kent Bennett led the SIMBL and UL with a 1.030 OPS while San Diego's reigning SL MVP Keegan Bryant's 1.020 OPS led the SL.

Seattle speedster Robby Helton's 86 stolen bases led the SIMBL and UL while Hawaii's D.D. Styles led the SL with 79 swipes.

Chicago's Jimmy Wagner led the SIMBL and SL with 24 wins while Texas' Michael Kilbane, Seattle's Brock Vinci and Whitby's Durante Montero led the UL with 19 wins.  San Diego's reigning SL Hurler Of The Year Michael Martin (23) and Wagner's 'Dynamic Duo' teammate Joe Tarnowsky (23) also were the only other pitchers to win 20 games this season.

Texas' Michael Kilbane led the SIMBL and UL with a 2.37 ERA.  San Diego's Kelly Hoskinson led the SL with a 2.40 ERA.

San Diego's Michael Martin's 34 quality starts led the league while teammate Kelly Hoskinson's 33 gave the 'Wolves a robust 67 QS between the duo.  Cleveland's Kevin Schmidt's 28 led the UL.  Martin's 34 QS tied for second-most in league history.

Hawaii fire-baller Chris Morales's 283 strikeouts led the SIMBL and were the second-most in season in the New File Era. Bend's Manuel Cabera's 242 sitdowns led the UL.

Whitby's Luis Castro's and Chicago's Alberto Barrio's 49 saves led the league, UL and SL respectively.  San Diego's Cedric Issacson upped his SIMBL record of 30+ saves or more to 14 consecutive seasons.

Westbury's Glenn Newcombe's 23 holds led the SIMBL while Chicago's Jimmy Kenney's 20 led the SL.

2036 SIMBL LDS Games 1-3 will be Sunday February 28, 2016 with export deadlines of 7:00 PM EDT. Congratulations to all of our SIMBL GMs on another fun and competitive 32nd season whether winning or losing.  The official 2037 SIMBL Draft order will be announced shortly and the formal voting for the 2036 SIMBL GM Awards will also be announced shortly as well.

 
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2038 SIMBL DRAFT LIVE BOARD

2037 SIMBL GM AWARDS

GMOTY SAVARD TOR
UL SOTY YOKATA WBY
SL SOTY MARCUM HAW
UL HOTY KILBANE TEX
SL HOTY MARTIN SD
ULMROTY KIRK CGY
SLMROTY NEWELL ASH
UL FOTY RIVERA CLE
SL FOTY SUTHERLAND CHI
UL ROTY ROBERTS ORE
SL ROTY DAVIS TB

2037 SIMBL CS:
TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 2

2037 SIMBL LCS:
TORONTO 4 WHITBY 1
SAN DIEGO 4 SACRAMENTO 2

2037 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY 4 TEXAS 0
TORONTO 4 CLEVELAND 3
SAN DIEGO 4 ROCHESTER 1
SACRAMENTO 4 KNOXVILLE 1

UL EastWLGB
Westbury4222-
New York41231
Whitby313311
Bristol303412
UL CentralWLGB
Toronto4123-
Dallas37274
Calgary263815
Texas194522
UL WestWLGB
Bend3529-
Cleveland28367
Seattle253910
Oregon204415
SL EastWLGB
Rochester3826-
Bellingham32326
Chicago29359
Boston273711
SL CentralWLGB
Knoxville4222-
Asheville38264
Las Vegas35297
Tampa Bay313311
SL WestWLGB
Hawaii3232-
Sacramento31331
San Diego31331
Hollywood27375
PlayerTmAVG
R. ColemanBEN.358
K. CooperTB.355
F. Garraway Jr.TOR.346
R. JacksonTOR.342
J. CarlsonHAW.337
PlayerTmH
K. CooperTB93
J. CarlsonHAW84
R. JacksonTOR83
R. PenaBEL81
J. BolesCHI79
PlayerTmOBP
O. AbreuSEA.425
S. DawsonWES.424
R. StuartNY.421
W. RivardROC.413
T. ConleyROC.412
PlayerTmSLG
M. ShermanASH.654
F. Garraway Jr.TOR.618
K. CooperTB.599
H. HendersonCGY.595
W. RivardROC.591
PlayerTmOPS
M. ShermanASH1.031
R. StuartNY1.008
F. Garraway Jr.TOR1.006
W. RivardROC1.004
E. PeteDAL1.002
PlayerTmHR
R. MarcumHAW21
J. RobertsonDAL21
H. HendersonCGY19
G. KnightLV19
M. ShermanASH18
PlayerTmRBI
H. HendersonCGY57
J. RobertsonDAL57
S. DanielsBEN54
K. WestonKNX51
R. PenaBEL51
PlayerTmSB
K. KatoTOR43
J. RoperWBY34
R. HeltonSEA32
D. StylesHAW30
J. KovachNY30
PlayerTmW
M. BanksDAL10
K. PattersonWES9
R. NavarroTOR9
T. MurphyWES8
G. VickersDAL8
PlayerTmERA
K. PattersonWES1.78
M. RamseyBEL1.97
B. LynchSAC1.99
D. JarvisBRI2.02
R. NavarroTOR2.03
PlayerTmWHIP
B. LynchSAC0.92
T. WilliamsHWD0.94
D. JarvisBRI0.96
K. PattersonWES0.97
D. GrossBRI0.99
PlayerTmQS
K. PattersonWES12
B. LynchSAC12
A. PinettaBEL11
R. NavarroTOR11
B. MesterROC11
PlayerTmK
B. LynchSAC119
C. MoralesHAW110
L. OrtegaSD107
D. ButlerLV101
R. SummersBRI96
PlayerTmSV
D. JordanASH24
S. WilliamsWES20
O. OrfROC18
C. RossKNX17
F. UrbinaBEN16
PlayerTmHLD
J. ParsonsWES11
M. EllisROC10
R. TorresASH9
G. DucharmeSAC9
C. CruzBEN9

SIMBL NEW FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS (2019-CURRENT)

SIMBL FIRST FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS (2005-2018)

SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONS

2037: TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 2
GM ERIC SAVARD
2036: TEXAS 4 CHICAGO 2
GM PAT FLANAGAN
2035: WESTBURY 4 CHICAGO 1
GM BILL ATTEBERRY
2034: DALLAS 4 CHICAGO 0
GM ROBERT DON
2033: S DIEGO 4 CLEVELAND 2
GM DON KRAUSE
2032: CALGARY 4 HAWAII 1
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2031: LAS VEGAS 4 DALLAS 0
GM CARL HANNAH
2030: WHITBY 4 HAWAII 2
GM JOHN CALLAHAN
2029: HAWAII 4 OREGON 3
GM TROY VOGEL
2028: ASHEVILLE 4 NY 3
GM PETE MCGOWAN
2027: NEW YORK 4 CHICAGO 2
GM CHRIS GATTUSO
2026: CLEVELAND 4 SAC 0
GM JONATHAN FITZGERALD
2025: CALGARY 4 ASHEVILLE 2
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2024: SAN DIEGO 4 DALLAS 2
GM KEVIN NORRIS
2023: CALGARY 4 LAS VEGAS 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2022: HOLLYWOOD 4 DAL 2
GM RODNEY BAYLOR
2021: SAN DIEGO 4 DALLAS 2
GM WARREN PINEAU
2020: MAN BEACH 4 OREGON 3
GM SHANE DAY
2019: SAN DIEGO 4 CALGARY 2
GM PAUL WARE
2018: CALGARY 4 SAN DIEGO 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2017: BRISTOL 4 CHICAGO 3
GM GREG CHECOVETES
2016: SAN DIEGO 4 LA 0
GM PAUL WARE
2015: LAS VEGAS 4 BOSTON 3
GM CHIP ORTON
2014: SAN DIEGO 4 CALGARY 2
GM PAUL WARE
2013: LAS VEGAS 4 TEXAS 1
GM CHIP ORTON
2012: SAN DIEGO 4 LA 3
GM PAUL WARE
2011: OREGON 4 CALGARY 0
GM MIKE SENN
2010: MARIN 4 SAN DIEGO 3
GM TOM HICKMAN
2009: SAN DIEGO 4 LA 2
GM PAUL WARE
2008: POCATELLO 4 TEXAS 3
GM ZACH DEUEL
2007: SAN DIEGO 4 AUGUSTA 2
GM PAUL WARE
2006: S. DIEGO 4 PENSACOLA 3
GM PAUL WARE
2005: SAN DIEGO 4 BEND 2
GM PAUL WARE

SIMBL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

UNION LEAGUE

2037: TORONTO 4 WHITBY 1
GM ERIC SAVARD
2036: TEXAS 4 SEATTLE 3
GM PAT FLANAGAN
2035: WESTBURY 4 CLEVE 3
GM BILL ATTEBERRY
2034: DALLAS 4 BRISTOL 1
GM ROBERT DON
2033: CLEVELAND 4 DALLAS 2
GM JONATHAN FITZGERALD
2032: CALGARY 4 WHITBY 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2031: DALLAS 4 WHITBY 3
GM ROBERT DON
2030: WHITBY 4 DALLAS 2
GM JOHN CALLAHAN
2029: OREGON 4 CALGARY 1
GM TIM IMASA
2028: NEW YORK 4 BEND 1
GM CHRIS GATTUSO
2027: NEW YORK 4 WHITBY 3
GM CHRIS GATTUSO
2026: CLEVELAND 4 DALLAS 3
GM JONATHAN FITZGERALD
2025: CALGARY 4 CLE 1
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2024: DALLAS 4 CLEVELAND 2
GM ROBERT DON
2023: CALGARY 4 WHITBY 2
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2022: DALLAS 4 CALGARY 3
GM ROBERT DON
2021: DALLAS 4 CALGARY 3
GM ROBERT DON
2020: OREGON 4 CALGARY 3
GM MIKE SENN
2019: CALGARY 4 BRISTOL 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2018: CALGARY 4 SAC 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2017: BRISTOL 4 BOSTON 2
GM GREG CHECOVETES
2016: LA 4 BRISTOL 1
GM DAVID BLILEY
2015: BOSTON 4 CALGARY 2
GM DAVE BURGESS
2014: CALGARY 4 BRISTOL 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2013: TEXAS 4 BRISTOL 0
GM PAT FLANAGAN
2012: LA 4 BRISTOL 2
GM DAVID BLILEY
2011: CALGARY 4 BOSTON 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
2010: MARIN 4 LA 2
GM TOM HICKMAN
2009: LA 4 BRISTOL 1
GM DAVID BLILEY
2008: POCATELLO 4 BROOK 2
GM ZACH DEUEL
2007: AUGUSTA 4 CAROLINA 0
GM STEPH MABIE
2006: PENSACOLA 4 CGY 1
GM MIKE STEWART
2005: BEND 4 MARIN 0
GM TED WILLIAMS

SYNDICATE LEAGUE

2036: CHICAGO 4 KNOXVILLE 3
GM JOHN BOWDEN
2035: CHICAGO 4 KNOXVILLE 0
GM JOHN BOWDEN
2034: CHICAGO 4 SAN DIEGO 2
GM JOHN BOWDEN
2033: SAN DIEGO 4 H-WOOD 2
GM DON KRAUSE
2032: HAWAII 4 CHICAGO 2
GM TROY VOGEL
2031: LAS VEGAS 4 TB 2
GM CARL HANNAH
2030: HAWAII 4 TAMPA BAY 3
GM TROY VOGEL
2029: HAWAII 4 TAMPA BAY 3
GM TROY VOGEL
2028: ASHEVILLE 4 SAC 0
GM PETE MCGOWAN
2027: CHICAGO 4 ASHEVILLE 3
GM JOHN BOWDEN
2026: SACRAMENTO 4 ASH 3
GM JASON GREGORY
2025: ASHEVILLE 4 SAC 0
GM PETE MCGOWAN
2024: SAN DIEGO 4 H-WOOD 3
GM KEVIN NORRIS
2023: LAS VEGAS 4 H-WOOD 3
GM CARL HANNAH
2022: H-WOOD 4 BOSTON 2
GM RODNEY BAYLOR
2021: S. DIEGO 4 C.CHESTER 3
GM WARREN PINEAU
2020: MAN BEACH 4 S. DIEGO 1
GM SHANE DAY
2019: SAN DIEGO 4 AUGUSTA 1
GM PAUL WARE
2018: SAN DIEGO 4 RUSTON 1
GM PAUL WARE
2017: CHICAGO 4 SAN DIEGO 1
GM MIKE LYNCH
2016: SAN DIEGO 4 L VEGAS 0
GM PAUL WARE
2015: LAS VEGAS 4 BIRM 1
GM CHIP ORTON
2014: SAN DIEGO 4 CHICAGO 1
GM PAUL WARE
2013: LAS VEGAS 4 BROOK 3
GM CHIP ORTON
2012: SAN DIEGO 4 OREGON 3
GM PAUL WARE
2011: OREGON 4 SAN DIEGO 3
GM MIKE SENN
2010: SAN DIEGO 4 OREGON 3
GM PAUL WARE
2009: SAN DIEGO 4 BROOK 2
GM PAUL WARE
2008: TEXAS 4 NEW YORK 3
GM PAT FLANAGAN
2007: SAN DIEGO 4 CLEVE 0
GM PAUL WARE
2006: SAN DIEGO 4 CHICAGO 1
GM PAUL WARE
2005: SAN DIEGO 4 B RIVER 2
GM PAUL WARE

SIMBL DIVISION CHAMPIONS

UL EAST

2036: WHITBY (99-63)
GM John Callahan

2035: WESTBURY (94-69)
GM Bill Atteberry

2034: BRISTOL (104-58)
GM Greg Checovetes

2033: WHITBY (109-53)
GM John Callahan

2032: WHITBY (103-59)
GM John Callahan

2031: WHITBY (89-73)
GM John Callahan

2030: WHITBY (92-70)
GM John Callahan

2029: BRISTOL (94-68)
GM Greg Checovetes

2028: NEW YORK (100-62)
GM Chris Gattuso

2027: WHITBY (97-65)
GM John Callahan

2026: WESTBURY (90-72)
GM Bill Atteberry

2025: WHITBY (101-61)
GM John Callahan

2024: WHITBY (99-63)
GM John Callahan

2023: WHITBY (85-77)
GM John Callahan

2022: WHITBY (95-67)
GM John Callahan

2021: BOSTON (87-75)
GM Kevin Norris

2020: BOSTON (101-61)
GM Dave Burgess

2019: BRISTOL (104-58)
GM Greg Checovetes

2018: BRISTOL (106-56)
GM Greg Checovetes

2017: BRISTOL (104-58)
GM Greg Checovetes

2016: BRISTOL (97-65)
GM Greg Checovetes

2015: BOSTON (83-79)
GM Dave Burgess

2014: BRISTOL (103-59)
GM Greg Checovetes

2013: BRISTOL (87-75)
GM Greg Checovetes

2012: BRISTOL (97-65)
GM Greg Checovetes

2011: BOSTON (87-75)
GM Dave Burgess

2010: NEW YORK (86-77)
GM Chris Gattuso

2009: NEW YORK (93-69)
GM Steve Marshall

2008: AUGUSTA (100-62)
GM Steph Mabie

2007: AUGUSTA (88-74)
GM Steph Mabie

2006:  PENSACOLA (98-64)
GM Mike Stewart


2005:  AUGUSTA (87-75)
GM Steph Mabie

UL CENTRAL

2036: TEXAS (88-74)
GM Pat Flanagan

2035: DALLAS (84-78)
GM Robert Don

2034: DALLAS (98-64)
GM Robert Don

2033: CALGARY (101-61)
GM Christian DeMarco

2032: CALGARY (98-64)
GM Christian DeMarco

2031: CALGARY (105-57)
GM Christian DeMarco

2030: CALGARY (93-69)
GM Christian DeMarco

2029: CALGARY (81-81)
GM Christian DeMarco

2028: CALGARY (93-69)
GM Christian DeMarco

2027: DALLAS (90-72)
GM Robert Don

2026: DALLAS (92-70)
GM Robert Don

2025: CALGARY (97-65)
GM Christian DeMarco

2024: CALGARY (99-63)
GM Christian DeMarco

2023: CALGARY (112-50)
GM Christian DeMarco

2022: CALGARY (112-50)
GM Christian DeMarco

2021: CALGARY (110-52)
GM Christian DeMarco

2020: CALGARY (114-48)
GM Christian DeMarco

2019: CALGARY (101-61)
GM Christian DeMarco

2018: CALGARY (102-60)
GM Christian DeMarco

2017: CALGARY (94-68)
GM Christian DeMarco

2016: DALTON (94-68)
GM John Treadway

2015: DALTON (109-53)
GM John Treadway

2014: CALGARY (111-52)
GM Christian DeMarco

2013: CALGARY (111-51)
GM Christian DeMarco

2012: CALGARY (94-68)
GM Christian DeMarco

2011: CALGARY (102-60)
GM Christian DeMarco

2010: CALGARY (104-58)
GM Christian DeMarco

2009: CALGARY (101-61)
GM Christian DeMarco

2008: CALGARY (109-53)
GM Christian DeMarco

2007: BRISTOL (96-66)
GM Greg Checovetes

2006: CALGARY (93-69)
GM Christian DeMarco


2005:  BRISTOL (90-72)
GM Greg Checovetes

UL WEST

2036: SEATTLE (91-71)
GM Kevin Norris

2035: CLEVELAND (86-76)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2034: CLEVELAND (89-73)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2033: CLEVELAND (85-77)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2032: CLEVELAND (83-79)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2031: SEATTLE (91-71)
GM Brandon Popper

2030: SEATTLE (93-69)
GM Brandon Popper

2029: OREGON (89-73)
GM Tim Imasa


2028: BEND (82-80)
GM Ted Williams

2027: CLEVELAND (94-68)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2026: CLEVELAND (89-73)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2025: CLEVELAND (91-71)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2024: CLEVELAND (91-71)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

2023: CLEVELAND (85-77)
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald


2022: BEND (81-81)
GM Ted Williams

2021: ASTORIA (95-67)
GM Richard Ruiz

2020: OREGON (91-71)
GM Mike Senn

2019: OREGON (101-61)
GM Mike Senn

2018: SACRAMENTO (94-67)
GM Jason Gregory


2017: BEND (79-83)
GM Ted Williams

2016: LOS ANGELES (91-70)
GM Dave Bliley

2015: TEXAS (87-75)
GM Pat Flanagan

2014: MARIN (83-80)
GM Tom Hickman

2013: TEXAS (94-68)
GM Pat Flanagan

2012: LOS ANGELES (98-64)
GM Dave Bliley

2011: TEXAS (103-59)
GM Pat Flanagan

2010: LOS ANGELES (108-54)
GM Dave Bliley

2009: LOS ANGELES (92-70)
GM Dave Bliley

2008: POCATELLO (87-75)
GM Zach Deuel

2007: CAROLINA (83-79)
GM Brian Anderson

2006: BEND (79-83)
GM Ted Williams


2005: MARIN (94-68)
GM Brian Talbot

SL EAST

2036: CHICAGO (109-53)
GM John Bowden

2035: ROCHESTER (102-60)
GM Tony Christman

2034: CHICAGO (110-52)
GM John Bowden

2033: CHICAGO (83-79)
GM John Bowden

2032: CHICAGO (90-72)
GM John Bowden

2031: ROCHESTER (85-77)
GM Jamey Carter

2030: ROCHESTER (71-91)
GM Jamey Carter

2029: DEER LAKE (89-73)
GM Chip Orton

2028: CHICAGO (98-64)
GM John Bowden

2027: CHICAGO (93-69)
GM John Bowden

2026: CHICAGO (106-56)
GM John Bowden

2025: ROCHESTER (109-53)
GM Jamey Carter

2024: ROCHESTER (91-72)
GM Jamey Carter

2023: BOSTON (88-74)
GM Dennis Walters

2022: BOSTON (88-74)
GM Dennis Walters

2021: COLCHESTER (106-56)
GM Dennis Walters

2020: ROCHESTER (96-66)
GM Jamey Carter

2019: SUNNYVALE (91-71)
GM Tim Melican

2018: RUSTON (93-69)
GM Jamey Carter

2017: RUSTON (95-67)
GM Jamey Carter

2016: RUSTON (88-74)
GM Jamey Carter

2015: BIRMINGHAM (104-58)
GM Jason DeMarco

2014: BIRMINGHAM (81-81)
GM Jason DeMarco

2013: BROOKLYN (82-80)
GM Shane Day

2012: BROOKLYN (98-64)
GM Brendan Gribbons

2011: BROOKLYN (97-65)
GM Clint Hays

2010: JACKSONVILLE (89-73)
GM Brandon Clifton

2009: BROOKLYN (98-64)
GM Rick Magar

2008: ASHEVILLE (86-76)
GM Tom Lifsey

2007: JACKSONVILLE (83-79)
GM Brandon Clifton

2006: DALTON (91-71)
GM Richard Turner


2005: MONTREAL (93-69)
GM Ryan Scott

SL CENTRAL

2036: KNOXVILLE (96-66)
GM Andy Hutchinson

2035: KNOXVILLE (102-60)
GM Andy Hutchinson

2034: KNOXVILLE (83-79)
GM Andy Hutchinson

2033: KNOXVILLE (83-79)
GM Andy Hutchinson

2032: TAMPA BAY (107-55)
GM Tim Melican

2031: TAMPA BAY (96-66)
GM Tim Melican

2030: TAMPA BAY (100-62)
GM Tim Melican

2029: TAMPA BAY (90-72)
GM Tim Melican

2028: LAS VEGAS (92-70)
GM Carl Hannah

2027: ASHEVILLE (103-59)
GM Pete McGowan

2026: KNOXVILLE (98-64)
GM Andy Hutchinson

2025: ASHEVILLE (93-69)
GM Pete McGowan

2024: LAS VEGAS (105-57)
GM Carl Hannah

2023: LAS VEGAS (102-60)
GM Carl Hannah

2022: LAS VEGAS (88-74)
GM Carl Hannah

2021: AUGUSTA (78-85)
GM Ben Smaller

2020: KNOXVILLE (85-77)
GM Andy Hutchinson

2019: AUGUSTA (90-72)
GM Steph Mabie

2018: CHICAGO (96-66)
GM Mike Lynch

2017: CHICAGO (96-66)
GM Mike Lynch

2016: LAS VEGAS (100-62)
GM Carl Hannah

2015: LAS VEGAS (91-71)
GM Chip Orton

2014: CHICAGO (95-67)
GM Mike Lynch

2013: LAS VEGAS (99-63)
GM Chip Orton

2012: CHICAGO (99-63)
GM Mike Lynch

2011: LAS VEGAS (93-69)
GM Chip Orton

2010: CHICAGO (77-86)
GM Paul Derbyshire

2009: CHICAGO (81-81)
GM Randy Jackson

2008: NEW YORK (93-69)
GM Steve Marshall

2007: CLEVELAND (91-71)
GM Scott Maynor

2006: CHICAGO (91-71)
GM Randy Jackson


2005: BELLE RIVER (83-79)
GM Andre Girard

SL WEST

2036: SAN DIEGO (96-66)
GM Paul Ware

2035: SAN DIEGO (113-49)
GM Paul Ware

2034: SAN DIEGO (98-64)
GM Don Krause

2033: SAN DIEGO (108-54)
GM Don Krause

2032: SAN DIEGO (99-63)
GM Don Krause

2031: SAN DIEGO (88-74)
GM Don Krause

2030: HAWAII (103-59)
GM Troy Vogel

2029: HAWAII (108-54)
GM Troy Vogel

2028: SACRAMENTO (83-79)
GM Jason Gregory

2027: SACRAMENTO (88-74)
GM Jason Gregory

2026: SACRAMENTO (97-65)
GM Jason Gregory

2025: SACRAMENTO (91-71)
GM Jason Gregory

2024: HOLLYWOOD (95-67)
GM Rodney Baylor

2023: HOLLYWOOD (93-69)
GM Rodney Baylor

2022: SAN DIEGO (109-53)
GM Paul Ware

2021: SAN DIEGO (122-40)
GM Warren Pineau

2020: MANHATTAN BEACH (96-66)
GM Shane Day

2019: SAN DIEGO (100-62)
GM Paul Ware

2018: SAN DIEGO (104-58)
GM Paul Ware

2017: SAN DIEGO (118-44)
GM Paul Ware

2016: SAN DIEGO (114-48)
GM Paul Ware

2015: SAN DIEGO (115-47)
GM Paul Ware

2014: SAN DIEGO (126-36)
GM Paul Ware

2013: SAN DIEGO (112-50)
GM Paul Ware

2012: SAN DIEGO (110-51)
GM Paul Ware

2011: SAN DIEGO (111-51)
GM Paul Ware

2010: SAN DIEGO (112-50)
GM Paul Ware

2009: SAN DIEGO (114-48)
GM Paul Ware

2008: SAN DIEGO (103-59)
GM Paul Ware

2007: SAN DIEGO (90-72)
GM Paul Ware


2006: SAN DIEGO (91-71)
GM Paul Ware


2005: SAN DIEGO (106-56)
GM Paul Ware

WILDCARDS

2033 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2032 UL: TEXAS
GM Pat Flanagan
2031 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2030 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2029 UL: WHITBY
GM John Callahan
2028 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2027 UL: NEW YORK
GM Chris Gattuso
2026 UL: NEW YORK
GM Chris Gattuso
2025 UL: NEW YORK
GM Chris Gattuso
2024 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2023 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2022 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2021 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2020 UL: BEND
GM Ted Williams
2019 UL: BEND
GM Ted Williams
2018 UL: BOSTON
GM Dave Burgess
2017 UL: BOSTON
GM Dave Burgess
2016 UL: DALLAS
GM Robert Don
2015 UL: CALGARY
GM Christian DeMarco
2014 UL: DALTON
GM John Treadway
2013 UL: DALTON
GM John Treadway
2012 UL: HARTFORD
GM Mike Gemme
2011 UL: LOS ANGELES
GM Dave Bliley
2010 UL: MARIN
GM Tom Hickman
2009 UL: BRISTOL
GM Greg Checovetes
2008 UL: BROOKLYN
GM Rick Magar
2007 UL: TORONTO
GM Eric Savard
2006 UL: AUGUSTA
GM Steph Mabie
2005 UL: BEND
GM Ted Williams

2033 SL: HOLLYWOOD
GM Rodney Baylor
2032 SL: HAWAII
GM Troy Vogel
2031 SL: LAS VEGAS
GM Carl Hannah
2030 SL: LAS VEGAS
GM Carl Hannah
2029 SL: KNOXVILLE
GM Andy Hutchinson
2028 SL: ASHEVILLE
GM Pete McGowan
2027 SL: KNOXVILLE
GM Andy Hutchinson
2026 SL: ASHEVILLE
GM Pete McGowan
2025 SL: CHICAGO
GM John Bowden
2024 SL: SAN DIEGO
GM Kevin Norris
2023 SL: SAN DIEGO
GM Paul Ware
2022 SL: HOLLYWOOD
GM Rodney Baylor
2021 SL: HOLLYWOOD
GM Tim Hageman
2020 SL: SAN DIEGO
GM Paul Ware
2019 SL: KNOXVILLE
GM Andy Hutchinson
2018 SL: ASHEVILLE
GM Pete McGowan
2017 SL: ASHEVILLE
GM Pete McGowan
2016 SL: OREGON
GM Mike Senn
2015 SL: OREGON
GM Mike Senn
2014 SL: OREGON
GM Mike Senn
2013 SL: OREGON
GM Mike Senn
2012 SL: OREGON
GM Mike Senn
2011 SL: OREGON
GM Mike Senn
2010 SL: OREGON
GM Mike Senn
2009 SL: PORTLAND
GM Jon Vicic
2008 SL: TEXAS
GM Pat Flanagan
2007 SL: TEXAS
GM Pat Flanagan
2006 SL: JACKSONVILLE
GM Jon Oakes
2005 SL: JACKSONVILLE
GM Jon Oakes

100 WIN CLUB

126 SAN DIEGO 2014
GM Paul Ware

122 SAN DIEGO 2021
GM Warren Pineau

118 SAN DIEGO 2017
GM Paul Ware

115 SAN DIEGO 2015
GM Paul Ware

114 SAN DIEGO 2016
GM Paul Ware

114 SAN DIEGO 2009
GM Paul Ware

112 CALGARY 2023
GM Christian DeMarco

112 CALGARY 2022
GM Christian DeMarco

112 SAN DIEGO 2013
GM Paul Ware

112 SAN DIEGO 2010
GM Paul Ware

111 CALGARY 2014
GM Christian DeMarco

111 CALGARY 2013
GM Christian DeMarco

111 SAN DIEGO 2011
GM Paul Ware

110 CALGARY 2021
GM Christian DeMarco

110 SAN DIEGO 2012
GM Paul Ware

109 ROCHESTER 2025
GM Jamey Carter

109 SAN DIEGO 2022
GM Paul Ware

109 DALTON 2015
GM John Treadway

109 OREGON 2013
GM Mike Senn

109 CALGARY 2008
GM Christian DeMarco

108: HAWAII 2029
GM Troy Vogel

108 LOS ANGELES 2010
GM Dave Bliley

107 TAMPA BAY 2032
GM Tim Melican


106 CHICAGO 2026

GM John Bowden

106 COLCHESTER 2021
GM Dennis Walters

106 BRISTOL 2018
GM Greg Checovetes

106 SAN DIEGO 2005
GM Paul Ware

105 CALGARY 2031
GM Christian DeMarco

105 LAS VEGAS 2024
GM Carl Hannah


104 CHICAGO 2025
GM John Bowden

104 BRISTOL 2019
GM Greg Checovetes

104 SAN DIEGO 2018
GM Paul Ware

104 BRISTOL 2017
GM Greg Checovetes

104 BIRMINGHAM 2015
GM Jason DeMarco

104 CALGARY 2010
GM Christian DeMarco

103 WHITBY 2032
GM John Callahan

103: HAWAII 2030
GM Troy Vogel

103 ASHEVILLE 2027
GM Pete McGowan

103 BRISTOL 2014
GM Greg Checovetes

103 DALTON 2013
GM John Treadway

103 TEXAS 2011
GM Pat Flanagan

103 OREGON 2011
GM Mike Senn

103 SAN DIEGO 2008
GM Paul Ware

102 LAS VEGAS 2023
GM Carl Hannah

102 DALLAS 2022
GM Robert Don

102 CALGARY 2018
GM Christian DeMarco

102 CALGARY 2011
GM Christian DeMarco

101 WHITBY 2025
GM John Callahan

101 CALGARY 2019
GM Christian DeMarco

101 OREGON 2019
GM Mike Senn

101 OREGON 2012
GM Mike Senn

101 CALGARY 2009
GM Christian DeMarco

100 TAMPA BAY 2030
GM Tim Melican

100 NEW YORK 2028
GM Chris Gattuso

100 LAS VEGAS 2016
GM Carl Hannah

100 AUGUSTA 2008
GM Steph Mabie

90 WIN CLUB


99 SAN DIEGO 2032
GM Don Krause

99 LAS VEGAS 2013
GM Chip Orton

99 WHITBY 2024
GM John Callahan


99 CALGARY 2024
GM Christian DeMarco

99 LAS VEGAS 2030
GM Carl Hannah


99 CHICAGO 2012
GM Mike Lynch


98 CALGARY 2032
GM Christian DeMarco


98 CHICAGO 2028

GM John Bowden


98 KNOXVILLE 2026
GM Andy Hutchinson

98 BEND 2019
GM Ted Williams


98 CALGARY 2015
GM Christian DeMarco

98 OREGON 2014
GM Mike Senn


98 CHICAGO 2013
GM Mike Lynch

98 BROOKLYN 2012
GM Brendan Gribbons

98 LOS ANGELES 2012
GM Dave Bliley

98 BROOKLYN 2009
GM Rick Magar


98 PENSACOLA 2006
GM Mike Stewart

97 WHITBY 2027
GM John Callahan


97 KNOXVILLE 2027
GM Andy Hutchinson


97 SACRAMENTO 2026
GM Jason Gregory


97 CALGARY 2025
GM Christian DeMarco

97 DALLAS 2023
GM Robert Don

97 OREGON 2016
GM Mike Senn


97 BRISTOL 2016
GM Greg Checovetes


97 BRISTOL 2012
GM Greg Checovetes

97 LAS VEGAS 2012
GM Chip Orton


97 BROOKLYN 2011
GM Clint Hays


97 OREGON 2010
GM Mike Senn


97 PORTLAND 2009
GM Jon Vicic


97 AUGUSTA 2006
GM Steph Mabie

96 TAMPA BAY 2031
GM Tim Melican


96 CHICAGO 2018
GM Mike Lynch


96 CHICAGO 2017
GM Mike Lynch

96 BOSTON 2017
GM Dave Burgess


96 BRISTOL 2007
GM Greg Checovetes

95 ASHEVILLE 2026
GM Pete McGowan


95 HOLLYWOOD 2024
GM Rodney Baylor

95 DALLAS 2024
GM Robert Don

95 WHITBY 2022
GM John Callahan


95 ASTORIA 2021
GM Richard Ruiz

95 RUSTON 2017
GM Jamey Carter


95 CHICAGO 2014
GM Mike Lynch


95 TACOMA 2013
GM Jeff Williams


95 OREGON 2009
GM Mike Senn


95 TORONTO 2007
GM Eric Savard


94 BRISTOL 2029
GM Greg Checovetes

94 CLEVELAND 2027
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald


94 NEW YORK 2025
GM Chris Gattuso


94 HARTFORD 2019
GM Ken Stepp

94 SACRAMENTO 2018
GM Jason Gregory


94 CALGARY 2017
GM Christian DeMarco

94 DALTON 2016
GM John Treadway

94 TEXAS 2013
GM Pat Flanagan


94 CALGARY 2012
GM Christian DeMarco

94 MARIN 2005
GM Brian Talbot

93 LAS VEGAS 2031
GM Carl Hannah

93 SEATTLE 2030
GM Brandon Popper

93 CALGARY 2030
GM Christian DeMarco

93 CALGARY 2028
GM Christian DeMarco

93 ASHEVILLE 2025
GM Pete McGowan

93 RUSTON 2018
GM Jamey Carter

93 BOSTON 2018
GM Dave Burgess

93 ASHEVILLE 2017
GM Pete McGowan

93 DALLAS 2016
GM Robert Don

93 LAS VEGAS 2011
GM Chip Orton


93 NEW YORK 2009
GM Steve Marshall

93 NEW YORK 2008
GM Steve Marshall


93 CALGARY 2006
GM Christian DeMarco


93 MONTREAL 2005
GM Ryan Scott

92 LAS VEGAS 2028
GM Carl Hannah


92 NEW YORK 2024
GM Chris Gattuso

92 DALLAS 2026
GM Robert Don

92 DALLAS 2025
GM Robert Don


92 LOS ANGELES 2009
GM Dave Bliley


92 BROOKLYN 2008
GM Rick Magar

91 SEATTLE 2031
GM Brandon Popper

91 DALLAS 2028
GM Robert Don

91 CLEVELAND 2025
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald

91 LAS VEGAS 2025
GM Carl Hannah

91 SACRAMENTO 2025
GM Jason Gregory


91 SAN DIEGO 2024
GM Kevin Norris

91 ROCHESTER 2024
GM Jamey Carter

91 CLEVELAND 2024
GM Jonathan Fitzgerald


91 SUNNYVALE 2019
GM Tim Melican


91 TORONTO 2019
GM Eric Savard


91 LOS ANGELES 2016
GM Dave Bliley

91 LAS VEGAS 2015
GM Chip Orton


91 DALTON 2014
GM John Treadway


91 LOS ANGELES 2011

GM Dave Bliley


91 CLEVELAND 2007
GM Scott Maynor


91 SAN DIEGO 2006
GM Paul Ware


91 DALTON 2006
GM Richard Turner

91 CHICAGO 2006
GM Randy Jackson


90 CHICAGO 2032
GM John Bowden

90 TAMPA BAY 2029
GM Tim Melican

90 ASHEVILLE 2028
GM Pete McGowan

90 WESTBURY 2026
GM Bill Atteberry

90 CHICAGO 2024
GM John Bowden


90 AUGUSTA 2019
GM Steph Mabie

90 DALLAS 2017
GM Robert Don


90 TEXAS 2007

GM Pat Flanagan


90 SAN DIEGO 2007
GM Paul Ware


90 BRISTOL 2005
GM Greg Checovetes

TOP TEAM SEASONS

Updated Through 2032 Season

SINGLE SEASON TEAM WINS:
126 SAN DIEGO 2014

SINGLE SEASON TEAM BATTING AVERAGE:
.287 DALTON 2015

SINGLE SEASON TEAM ERA:
2.85 LAS VEGAS 2030

SINGLE SEASON TEAM RUNS SCORED:
966 SAN DIEGO 2005

SINGLE SEASON TEAM HITS:

1678 DALTON 2015

SINGLE SEASON TEAM ON BASE AVERAGE:

.365 CALGARY 2008

SINGLE SEASON TEAM SLUGGING PERCENTAGE:
.470 HAWAII 2029 SAN DIEGO 2015

SINGLE SEASON TEAM ON BASE PLUS SLUGGING PERCENTAGE:

.821 SAN DIEGO 2015

SINGLE SEASON TEAM HOME RUNS:
270 HAWAII 2030

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Included In Offensive Records

WINS:

126 SAN DIEGO 2014
122 SAN DIEGO 2021
118 SAN DIEGO 2017
115 SAN DIEGO 2015
114 CALGARY 2020
114 SAN DIEGO 2016
114 SAN DIEGO 2009
112 CALGARY 2023
112 CALGARY 2022
112 SAN DIEGO 2013
112 SAN DIEGO 2010
111 CALGARY 2014
111 CALGARY 2013
111 SAN DIEGO 2011
110 CALGARY 2021
110 SAN DIEGO 2012
109 ROCHESTER 2025
109 SAN DIEGO 2022
109 DALTON 2015
109 OREGON 2013
109 CALGARY 2008
108 HAWAII 2029
108 LOS ANGELES 2010
107 TAMPA BAY 2032
106 CHICAGO 2026
106 COLCHESTER 2021
106 BRISTOL 2018
106 SAN DIEGO 2005
105 CALGARY 2031
105 LAS VEGAS 2024
104 CHICAGO 2025
104 BRISTOL 2019
104 SAN DIEGO 2018
104 BRISTOL 2017
104 BIRMINGHAM 2015
104 CALGARY 2010
103 ASHEVILLE 2027
103 BRISTOL 2014
103 DALTON 2013
103 TEXAS 2011
103 OREGON 2011
103 SAN DIEGO 2008
102 LAS VEGAS 2023
102 CALGARY 2018
102 CALGARY 2011
101 WHITBY 2025
101 BOSTON 2020
101 CALGARY 2019
101 OREGON 2019
101 OREGON 2012
101 CALGARY 2009
100 TAMPA BAY 2030
100 NEW YORK 2028
100 SAN DIEGO 2019
100 LAS VEGAS 2016
100 AUGUSTA 2008
99 SAN DIEGO 2032
99 LAS VEGAS 2030
99 WHITBY 2024
99 CALGARY 2024
99 LAS VEGAS 2013
99 CHICAGO 2012
98 CALGARY 2032
98 CHICAGO 2028
98 KNOXVILLE 2026
98 BEND 2019
98 CALGARY 2015
98 OREGON 2014
98 CHICAGO 2013
98 LOS ANGELES 2012
98 BROOKLYN 2012
98 BROOKLYN 2009
98 PENSACOLA 2006
97 HAWAII 2032
97 WHITBY 2027
97 KNOXVILLE 2027
97 SACRAMENTO 2026
97 CALGARY 2025
97 DALLAS 2023
97 BRISTOL 2016
97 OREGON 2016
97 BRISTOL 2012
97 LAS VEGAS 2012
97 BROOKLYN 2011
97 OREGON 2010
97 PORTLAND 2009
97 AUGUSTA 2006
96 TAMPA BAY 2031
96 ROCHESTER 2020
96 MANHATTAN BEACH 2020
96 CHICAGO 2018
96 BOSTON 2017
96 CHICAGO 2017
96 BRISTOL 2007
95 ASHEVILLE 2026
95 HOLLYWOOD 2024
95 DALLAS 2024
95 WHITBY 2022
95 ASTORIA 2021
95 RUSTON 2017
95 CHICAGO 2014
95 TACOMA 2013
95 OREGON 2009
95 TORONTO 2007

BATTING AVERAGE:

.293 DALTON 2015
.287 BROOKLYN 2009
.286 CALGARY 2013
.285 WESTBURY 2032
.285 AUGUSTA 2007
.285 TEXAS 2007
.284 SAN DIEGO 2011
.284 SAN DIEGO 2009
.283 SAN DIEGO 2014
.283 CALGARY 2008
.282 LAS VEGAS 2018
.282 NEWARK 2011
.282 SAN DIEGO 2008
.281 CALGARY 2014
.281 SAN DIEGO 2010
.279 SAN DIEGO 2005
.278 NEW YORK 2018
.278 SAN DIEGO 2015
.278 NEW YORK 2012
.277 LOS ANGELES 2010
.277 CALGARY 2009
.276 CALGARY 2019
.276 BRISTOL 2012
.275 HOLLYWOOD 2023
.275 BRISTOL 2014
.274 HAWAII 2029
.274 DALLAS 2022
.274 CALGARY 2015
.274 DALTON 2013
.274 HARTFORD 2012
.274 TEXAS 2011
.274 BRISTOL 2007
.274 SAN DIEGO 2006
.274 MONTREAL 2005
.273 LAS VEGAS 2024
.273 HOLLYWOOD 2022
.273 DALLAS 2022
.273 CALGARY 2020
.273 POCATELLO 2010
.273 AUGUSTA 2008
.273 JACKSONVILLE 2007
.273 AUGUSTA 2006

RUNS SCORED:

966 SAN DIEGO 2005
954 SAN DIEGO 2010
951 SAN DIEGO 2008
948 CALGARY 2008
943 DALTON 2015
942 SAN DIEGO 2011
941 BROOKLYN 2009
939 SAN DIEGO 2014
938 CALGARY 2013
936 SAN DIEGO 2015
934 CALGARY 2011
934 SAN DIEGO 2009
914 CALGARY 2009
908 SAN DIEGO 2013
905 COLCHESTER 2021
904 LOS ANGELES 2010
900 TAMPA BAY 2032
898 CALGARY 2010
889 HAWAII 2029
889 MARIN 2010
886 MARIN 2011
882 LAS VEGAS 2024
879 CALGARY 2012
877 CALGARY 2019
876 CALGARY 2015
873 JACKSONVILLE 2005
870 CALGARY 2023
869 CALGARY 2006
869 COLCHESTER 2020
867 CALGARY 2020
866 CALGARY 2014
865 CALGARY 2032
864 SUNNYVALE 2019
862 WESTBURY 2032
862 CHICAGO 2008
861 COLCHESTER 2019

HITS:

1678 DALTON 2015
1670 AUGUSTA 2007
1661 TEXAS 2007
1660 BROOKLYN 2009
1638 CALGARY 2013
1637 NEWARK 2011
1628 SAN DIEGO 2011
1602 NEW YORK 2012
1599 WESTBURY 2032
1599 SAN DIEGO 2005
1590 SAN DIEGO 2010
1593 CALGARY 2014
1592 SAN DIEGO 2009
1590 SAN DIEGO 2014
1586 CALGARY 2008
1580 SAN DIEGO 2008
1576 CALGARY 2009
1572 CALGARY 2015
1578 HARTFORD 2012
1571 LOS ANGELES 2010
1569 AUGUSTA 2008
1567 AUGUSTA 2009
1567 CALGARY 2019

ON BASE PERCENTAGE:

.365 CALGARY 2008
.363 LOS ANGELES 2010
.361 BROOKLYN 2009
.361 SAN DIEGO 2009
.359 SAN DIEGO 2010
.359 CALGARY 2009
.358 WESTBURY 2032
.358 SAN DIEGO 2008
.357 LAS VEGAS 2024
.356 DALTON 2015
.355 COLCHESTER 2021
.353 CALGARY 2019
.353 SAN DIEGO 2014
.352 CALGARY 2020
.352 CALGARY 2013
.352 SAN DIEGO 2011
.352 LOS ANGELES 2009
.351 COLCHESTER 2019
.351 SUNNYVALE 2019
.351 SAN DIEGO 2015
.350 NEW YORK 2015
.350 CALGARY 2010
.349 CHICAGO 2008
.349 LOS ANGELES 2008
.349 AUGUSTA 2007
.348 ROCHESTER 2020
.348 LOS ANGELES 2011

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE:

.470 HAWAII 2029
.470 SAN DIEGO 2015
.469 TAMPA BAY 2032
.467 HAWAII 2030
.457 DEER LAKE 2031
.456 CALGARY 2032
.454 HAWAII 2032
.454 CALGARY 2031
.444 NEW YORK 2025
.444 CALGARY 2019
.442 HAWAII 2031
.442 ASTORIA 2019
.442 COLCHESTER 2019
.441 SAN DIEGO 2021
.441 CALGARY 2020
.441 CALGARY 2012
.440 CALGARY 2009
.439 DEER LAKE 2032
.439 SAN DIEGO 2013
.439 OREGON 2010
.438 TAMPA BAY 2030
.438 DALLAS 2024
.438 WHITBY 2024
.438 DALTON 2015
.437 CALGARY 2022
.436 DALLAS 2022
.436 OREGON 2011
.436 MARIN 2010
.435 NEW YORK 2024
.434 TAMPA BAY 2031
.434 CALGARY 2023
.434 COLCHESTER 2021
.434 BOSTON 2020
.434 BRISTOL 2019
.434 CALGARY 2010
.433 BELLE RIVER 2005
.433 JACKSONVILLE 2005
.432 NEW YORK 2028
.432 MANHATTAN BEACH '20
.432 CALGARY 2006
.431 DEER LAKE 2031
.431 DALLAS 2026
.431 KNOXVILLE 2019
.431 LAS VEGAS 2012
.430 SACRAMENTO 2026
.430 WHITBY 2025
.430 CALGARY 2024
.429 LAS VEGAS 2024
.429 CALGARY 2021
.429 OREGON 2019
.429 TORONTO 2019

ON BASE PERCENTAGE PLUS SLUGGING PERCENTAGE:

.821 SAN DIEGO 2015
.816 TAMPA BAY 2032
.816 CALGARY 2008
.812 HAWAII 2029
.812 BROOKLYN 2009
.812 SAN DIEGO 2005
.810 SAN DIEGO 2014
.809 SAN DIEGO 2009
.809 SAN DIEGO 2008
.805 SAN DIEGO 2010
.804 CALGARY 2032
.799 CALGARY 2011
.799 CALGARY 2009
.797 CALGARY 2019
.797 CALGARY 2013
.797 SAN DIEGO 2011
.797 SAN DIEGO 2006
.794 DALTON 2015
.793 CALGARY 2020
.793 COLCHESTER 2019
.791 DEER LAKE 2031
.791 HAWAII 2030
.790 CALGARY 2031
.789 COLCHESTER 2021
.787 SAN DIEGO 2021
.787 CALGARY 2014
.786 LAS VEGAS 2024
.785 SAN DIEGO 2013
.784 CALGARY 2010
.782 ASTORIA 2019
.781 MARIN 2010
.780 NEW YORK 2025
.780 BOSTON 2020
.780 CALGARY 2012
.779 TAMPA BAY 2031
.779 CALGARY 2023
.778 CALGARY 2022
.778 DALLAS 2022
.778 BELLE RIVER 2005
.776 NEW YORK 2026
.775 WHITBY 2024
.775 MANHATTAN BEACH '20
.774 ROCHESTER 2020
.773 HAWAII 2032
.773 OREGON 2010
.772 WESTBURY 2032
.772 BRISTOL 2019
.772 MARIN 2011
.771 SUNNYVALE 2019
.771 TORONTO 2019
.770 CALGARY 2015
.770 BROOKLYN 2011
.769 DALLAS 2024
.768 TAMPA BAY 2030
.768 JACKSONVILLE 2005
.767 DEER LAKE 2029
.767 NEW YORK 2024
.767 CALGARY 2021
.767 KNOXVILLE 2019
.767 PORTLAND 2009
.767 SAN DIEGO 2007
.766 DALLAS 2026
.766 BROOKLYN 2010
.765 COLCHESTER 2020
.765 JACKSONVILLE 2007
.765 CALGARY 2006

HOME RUNS:

270 HAWAII 2030
263 TAMPA BAY 2032
253 HAWAII 2032
252 HAWAII 2031
247 SAN DIEGO 2015
245 DEER LAKE 2031
244 HAWAII 2029
237 DEER LAKE 2032
232 TAMPA BAY 2030
232 SAN DIEGO 2005
229 CALGARY 2032
223 CALGARY 2006
221 CALGARY 2031
220 SEATTLE 2032
219 SAN DIEGO 2031
219 CALGARY 2011
218 ASTORIA 2019
215 TAMPA BAY 2031
212 WHITBY 2024
211 SAN DIEGO 2014
211 SAN DIEGO 2010
210 OREGON 2032
210 NEW YORK 2025
210 JACKSONVILLE 2005
207 DALLAS 2024
207 SAN DIEGO 2006
206 LAS VEGAS 2031
206 CALGARY 2007
205 OREGON 2010
204 SAN DIEGO 2013
202 SACRAMENTO 2026
202 SAN DIEGO 2007
201 SAN DIEGO 2008
200 BRISTOL 2032
200 CALGARY 2005

EARNED RUN AVERAGE:

2.85 LAS VEGAS 2030
2.87 SAN DIEGO 2021
2.91 ROCHESTER 2025
2.92 CALGARY 2021
2.94 SAN DIEGO 2022
3.01 CALGARY 2023
3.02 CALGARY 2022
3.06 CLEVELAND 2028
3.08 CALGARY 2031
3.08 OREGON 2014
3.11 CHICAGO 2026
3.10 ASHEVILLE 2026
3.10 CALGARY 2014
3.10 OREGON 2013
3.12 CLEVELAND 2025
3.13 ASHEVILLE 2022
3.15 ASHEVILLE 2028
3.15 ASHEVILLE 2027
3.15 CLEVELAND 2027
3.15 WESTBURY 2026
3.18 ASHEVILLE 2025
3.18 BIRMINGHAM 2015
3.20 WHITBY 2030
3.21 CLEVELAND 2024
3.21 BRISTOL 2019
3.23 NEW YORK 2028
3.23 LOS ANGELES 2020
3.24 TAMPA BAY 2030
3.24 CHICAGO 2025
3.24 SAN DIEGO 2020
3.26 CLEVELAND 2023
3.27 SAN DIEGO 2032
3.27 WHITBY 2022
3.27 TEXAS 2011
3.29 CLEVELAND 2026
3.29 WHITBY 2024
3.30 LAS VEGAS 2026
3.30 SAN DIEGO 2012
3.31 LAS VEGAS 2024
3.32 HAWAII 2030
3.32 CALGARY 2024
3.32 SAN DIEGO 2019
3.33 ASHEVILLE 2030
3.35 SAN DIEGO 2013
3.36 LAS VEGAS 2028
3.36 ROCHESTER 2027
3.36 LAS VEGAS 2022
3.38 CALGARY 2025
3.38 SAN DIEGO 2014
3.39 SEATTLE 2029
3.39 WHITBY 2027
3.39 KNOXVILLE 2027
3.40 BRISTOL 2014
3.40 SAN DIEGO 2011
3.42 CALGARY 2030
3.42 LAS VEGAS 2029
3.42 TEXAS 2032
3.43 CLEVELAND 2030
3.43 CALGARY 2028
3.43 TEXAS 2010
3.43 NEW YORK 2008
3.44 WHITBY 2032
3.44 LAS VEGAS 2025
3.45 BRISTOL 2029
3.45 SACRAMENTO 2026
3.45 SACRAMENTO 2025
3.45 CHICAGO 2012
3.45 BRISTOL 2007
3.46 BRISTOL 2028
3.46 HOLLYWOOD 2024
3.46 AUGUSTA 2022
3.46 SAN DIEGO 2015
3.46 TEXAS 2013
3.47 WHITBY 2028
3.47 TEXAS 2024
3.47 LAS VEGAS 2023
3.47 POCATELLO 2008
3.47 BRISTOL 2005
3.48 SEATTLE 2030
3.48 ROCHESTER 2026
3.49 DALLAS 2028
3.49 BEND 2022
3.49 BOSTON 2020
3.50 AUGUSTA 2020
3.51 NEW YORK 2027
3.51 BEND 2020
3.51 DALTON 2015
3.52 TEXAS 2030
3.52 KNOXIVLLE 2026
3.52 CHICAGO 2024
3.52 HOLLYWOOD 2022
3.52 BEND 2019
3.52 AUGUSTA 2019
3.52 SAN DIEGO 2016
3.52 LAS VEGAS 2014
3.53 WHITBY 2031
3.53 TEXAS 2028
3.53 OREGON 2011
3.53 SAN DIEGO 2009
3.53 AUGUSTA 2006
3.54 HAWAII 2032
3.54 DALLAS 2027
3.55 SAN DIEGO 2010
3.56 BEND 2023
3.56 ROCHESTER 2023
3.56 DALLAS 2022
3.56 POCATELLO 2014
3.57 WHITBY 2029
3.57 WESTBURY 2027
3.57 ASHEVILLE 2024
3.57 TEXAS 2023
3.57 LOS ANGELES 2019
3.57 CHICAGO 2013
3.57 CALGARY 2013
3.57 OREGON 2012
3.58 SEATTLE 2031
3.58 DALLAS 2025
3.58 KNOXVILLE 2023
3.59 TEXAS 2021
3.59 ASHEVILLE 2020
3.59 SAN DIEGO 2017
3.59 BROOKLYN 2011
3.60 OREGON 2010
3.60 LOS ANGELES 2009
3.60 CALGARY 2008
3.61 CALGARY 2029
3.61 BEND 2024
3.61 WHITBY 2023
3.61 CALGARY 2020
3.61 OREGON 2019
3.61 HARTFORD 2019

SIMBL LEAGUE DATE:
6/14/2038
34th Season Of Play
File Updated: 9/21/2016
SIMBL Front Page Updated:
9/21/2016

NEXT SIMBL SIM:
Saturday September 24, 2016
2038 SIM 11
To 6/21/2038

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2036 League Export Rate: 57.7%
2035 League Export Rate: 58.3%
2034 League Export Rate: 71.9%
2033 League Export Rate: 78.2%
2032 League Export Rate: 73.8%
2031 League Export Rate: 83.0%
2030 League Export Rate: 83.8%
2029 League Export Rate: 89.4%
2028 League Export Rate: 84.0%
2027 League Export Rate: 84.9%
2026 League Export Rate: 88.3%
2025 League Export Rate: 88.4%
2024 League Export Rate: 91.9%
2023 League Export Rate: 88.4%

2037 SIMBL
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS:

TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 2
GM ERIC SAVARD

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REIGNING GM AWARDS WINNERS

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2033

2034

GMOTY JOHN BOWDEN
CHI
UL SOTY
HUE HENDERSON
CGY
SL SOTY JAKE BOLES *
CHI
UL HOTY MICHAEL KNOX
DAL
SL HOTY KELLY HOSKINSON
SD
UL MROTY
RUSSELL KIRK
CGY
SL MROTY VON SCOTT
ASH
UL FOTY SANTIAGO RIVERA *
CLE
SL FOTY CEDRIC ISSACSON
SD
UL ROTY JEREMY ROPER
WBY
SL ROTY
JOEL ANDREWS
TB
SL Leads Series 20-10

2034 SL 7 UL 1
MVP: Alan A. Anderson Chicago
2033: SL 6 UL 1
MVP: Deryk Ryles Hawaii
2032: SL 6 UL 0
MVP: Jimmy Dietz Whitby
2031: SL 4 UL 2
MVP: Jimmy Wagner Chicago
2030: SL 8 UL 3
MVP: Michael Sanders Rochester
2029: UL 13 SL 2
MVP: Jack Skinner New York
2028: UL 3 SL 2
MVP: Allen Clark Westbury
2027: SL 4 UL 2
MVP: Clint Wilson Tampa Bay
2026: SL 6 UL 4
MVP: Peter Turner Chicago
2025: SL 7 UL 6
MVP: Gabriel Hernandez New York
2024: UL 3 SL 0
MVP: Tony Aguilar Dallas
2023: UL 3 SL 1
MVP: Vincent Miller Hawaii
2022: SL 2 UL 1
MVP: Chance Bailey Augusta
2021: SL 4 UL 1
MVP: Willie Briggs Asheville
2020: SL 9 UL 7
MVP: Scotty Reese Rochester
2019: UL 6 SL 1
MVP: Peyton Michaels Toronto
2018: UL 5 SL 1
MVP: Andrew Kissel Boston
2017: SL 4 UL 3
MVP: Henry Cheesman Carolina
2016: SL 10 UL 8
MVP: Michael Kerry Ruston
2015: SL 5 UL 4
MVP: Ronald Ono Hartford
2014: SL 5 UL 2
MVP: Alberto Casares Portland
2013: SL 8 UL 6
MVP: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2012: UL 5 SL 3
MVP: Pedro Coria New York
2011: SL 6 SL 1
MVP: Eddie House Chicago
2010: UL 14 SL 4
MVP: Kenneth Platt Bristol
2009: UL 10 SL 5
MVP: Jose Zena Los Angeles
2008: UL 4 SL 3
MVP: Matthew Skinner Pocatello
2007: SL 6 UL 3
MVP: Jacobo Escarcega Portland
2006: SL 4 UL 1
MVP: Hayden Bandy San Diego
2005: SL 8 UL 6
MVP: Wilfredo Espana Belle River

REIGNING ALL-STAR TEAMS

2031

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2030

UNION LEAGUE

C
ADAM WILSON
NY
1B
HUE HENDERSON
CGY
2B
LADAMIAN HENDRIX *
WES
SS ORLANDO GARCIA
CGY
3B JONATHAN LIZOTTE
WES
OF
MICHAEL LONEWOLF *
TOR
OF JOSE PEREZ
TEX
OF
ROY PRATHER *
WBY
DH COLT MCALISTER
CGY
SP
MOHAMMED ALVAREZ
CGY
VOTED PITCHERS:
SP MANUEL CABRERA *
BEN
SP MATTHEW ALLEN
SEA
SP
BROCK VINCI *
SEA
SP
JASON CHAPMAN
CGY
SP J.J. DREW * WBY
RP CHRIS DILLINGER
BEN
RP
RAMON MIRAZ
WES
RP KEITH PATTERSON
WBY
RP MAURICE THOMAS
BEN
RP DOMINGO FRANCISCO
CGY

RESERVES:

SP BRIAN WOODS
BRI
SP FRANCISCO MARTINEZ *
ORE
SP
RAFAEL MORALES
CGY
SP MITCH EVANS
DAL
SP CASEY BARKER
NY
RP PATRICK ANDERSON
SEA
RP LUKE LARSON
TOR
RP CURTIS BURKE
NY
RP NICK MITCHELL
SEA
RP SCOTT WILLIAMS *
SEA
RP DONALD MILLER
CLE
RP
LUIS CASTRO
WBY
RP BOB DETTY *
CGY
RP JIM BENTLEY
TOR
RP DOMINIC WILSON *
TEX
RP KEITH PATTERSON *
WBY
RP DOMINIC WILSON * TEX
C
J.J. PETERS
SEA
1B
ANDREW GREEN
BRI
2B
PEPPER JEFFRIES
CLE
SS
TIMMY BARRY
WES
SS
SCOTT MORGAN CLE
OF JOSEPH DECARO
DAL
OF MAGGLIO ROMO
WES
OF
BOBBY PAPESH
ORE

SYNDICATE LEAGUE

C
JOE GIBBS *
SAC
1B CODY TAYLOR *
DL
2B VALENTIN SANTOS *
TB
SS JESUS MARQUEZ
SAC
3B
DERYK RYLES *
HAW
OF
JAKE BOLES *
TB
OF AKIRO HIKARU
TB
OF
MICHAEL SANDERS *
ROC
DH ROBERT STUART *
HAW
SP ALAN A. ANDERSON *
LV

VOTED PITCHERS:

SP BARTOLO CARRASCO
TB
SP JIMMY WAGNER *
CHI
SP SEAN O'NEAL *
SD
SP MICHAEL MARTIN
SD
RP
OTTO ORF
ROC
RP DEZ JORDAN *
ASH
RP JUAN CARLOS BERMUDEZ
BOS
RP TORY NASH
SD
RP TRENT MURPHY
ASH

RESERVES:

C
JORGE BATISTA
TB
1B
ALAN CRAWFORD
ROC
1B JU-WON SHI * ASH
1B
NELSON NELLY *
KNX
2B
ANDERSON MEYER
BOS
3B
LOGAN RAYNES
DL
3B
BILLY GOODWIN *
ASH
3B
JASON ROSE
DL
OF
MARK RYBYCKI
ASH
OF
MICHAEL BLACKWELL *
SD
OF
ZACHERY DYE *
HWD
OF
CARLOS MOLINA *
LV
OF KENDRICK TEMPLETON
HAW
OF JOE STEPHENSON
LV
OF BERNARDO GUILLEN
LV
SP CALVIN BURGESS
HAW
SP BRANDON BLAIR
ROC
SP GUSTAVE SEQUIN
BOS
SP RICHARD DICKS JR. *
DL
SP RICARDO CAMACHO
HAW
SP TIMOTHY WILLIAMS
HWD
SP KEVIN SCHMIDT *
TB
SP BUD APPLE
ASH
SP FERNANDO MARTINEZ *
HAW
RP FELIX URBANA
TB
RP VINCENTE HUERTA
CHI
RP MANUEL RAMIREZ
ROC
RP EMORY SEARS
HAW
RP TIMMY WARD
BOS
RP DALE MOORE
ROC
RP CEDRIC ISSACSON *
LV
RP CHRIS ROSS
KNX
RP LAWRENCE JORDAN
TB
RP CARLOS GOMEZ
ROC
RP TODD NEWELL * TB


REIGNING RICHARD P. DEMARCO DEFENSE AWARDS

2034

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2033

Las Vegas, Whitby, San Diego
Catcher Micah Irwin
Ten-Time Gold Glove
Most In SIMBL History

Texas Catcher Albert Dykstra
Eight-Time SIMBL Gold Glove
Tied For Second-Most In SIMBL History

Carolina 2B Ramon Serrano
Eight-Time SIMBL Gold Glove
Tied For Second-Most In SIMBL History

UNION LEAGUE

C
BOYD COOPER
WES
1B JON LAMONTANAGE
BRI
2B
LARRY MCLAUGHLIN
WES
SS BEN REED
WBY
3B
ALLEN TATE
CLE
OF MANNY FOSTER *
CLE
OF JUSTIN SANDY
CGY
OF
TONY AGUILAR
DAL
P MICHAEL KNOX *
DAL

SYNDICATE LEAGUE

C MICAH IRWIN *
SD
1B MARCOS GUERRERO
KNX
2B JUAN ROMERO *
HAW
SS SCOTT MORGAN
BEL
3B
DERYK RYLES
HAW
OF GREGORY JOYNER
HAW
OF
AKIRO HIKARU
SD
OF MICHAEL THOME
TB
P JOE TARNOWSKY
CHI

.367 AVG

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Included In AVG


Westbury's Matthew Brown In 2034

69 HOME RUNS

San Diego's Daryl Ryles In 2008

172 RBI

San Diego's Daryl Ryles In 2008

1.246 OPS

San Diego's Daryl Ryles In 2008

144 STOLEN BASES

Calgary's Matthew Brown In 2023

1.66 ERA

Las Vegas' Alan Alexander Anderson In 2030

33 WINS

San Diego's Alberto Tovar In 2021

344 K'S

Tacoma's Deangelo Ceja In 2013

59 SAVES

Dallas' Juan Rivera In 2022

60/60 CLUB


Dallas' Tony Aguilar
62 HR & 62 SB In 2024

40/40 CLUB


Seven-Time 40/40 Club Member
Dallas' Tony Aguilar 2021-2026, 2028

Jacksonville Slugger Eddie Meas 2005
One-Time 40/40 & Three-Time 30/30

Roger Marcum Hawaii 2033
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2028
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2026
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2025
Joe Buchanan Rochester 2024
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2024
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2023
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2022
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2021
Pablo Figueroa San Diego 2015
Eddie Meas Jacksonville 2005

30/30 CLUB

Four-Time 30/30
Oregon/Toronto/Calgary
1B Taitarou Haranobu

Four-Time 30/30
San Diego SS Hayden Bandy

Three-Time 30/30
Texas/Bend RF Charles Hopes

Steven Sullivan Bend 2034
John Svoboda Hollywood 2034
John Svoboda Hollywood 2033
Cecil Edwards Chicago 2033
T.J. Rose Hawaii 2033
Steven Sullivan Bend 2033
Roger Marcum Hawaii 2033
Roger Marcum Hawaii 2032
Julio Carmona Chicago 2032
Michael Blackwell San Diego 2031
Roger Marcum Hawaii 2031
Brady Underwood Deer Lake 2030
Joe Buchanan Boston 2030
Joe Buchanan Boston 2029
Logan Raynes Sacramento 2029
Brady Underwood Deer Lake 2029
Ray Conner Tampa Bay 2029
Michael Blackwell San Diego 2028
Joe Buchanan San Diego 2028
Dante Dawson Hawaii 2028
Carlos Molina Calgary 2027
Joe Buchanan San Diego 2027
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2027
Peter Turner Chicago 2027
Michael Blackwell San Diego 2027
Benjamin Rodriguez Boston 2027
Leonard Williamson Seattle 2027
Leo Kelley Whitby 2027
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2026
Carlos Molina Calgary 2026
Leonard Williamson Seattle 2026
Peter Turner Chicago 2026
Joe Buchanan Rochester 2025
Peter Turner Chicago 2025
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2025
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2024
Joe Buchanan Rochester 2024
Carlos Molina Calgary 2024
Terry Reese Whitby 2024
Francisco Dominguez Whitby 2024
Benjamin Rodriguez Boston 2024
Albert Delgado Bend 2024
Peter Turner Chicago 2023
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2023
Carlos Molina Calgary 2023
Matt Kramer Chicago 2022
Ben Clay Boston 2022
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2022
Tony Aguilar Dallas 2021
Julian Winfield Rochester 2021
Julian Winfield Rochester 2020
Leonard Williamson Colchester 2020
Grady McPherson Asheville 2020
Johnny Mills Colchester 2020
Travis Wright Bristol 2020
Kel Sanford Oregon 2020
Cesar Castillo Toronto 2020
Tony Aguilar Hartford 2019
Cesar Castillo Toronto 2019
Jules Jurrey Bend 2019
Travis Wright Bristol 2019
Kel Sanford Oregon 2019
Johnny Mills Colchester 2019
Harry Brune Bristol 2017
Raphael Herrera Oregon 2017
Pablo Figueroa San Diego 2016
Jose Espinosa Ruston 2016
Justin Honaker Calgary 2015
Jose Arenas Los Angeles 2015
Don Rosenzweig Los Angeles 2014
Taitarou Haranobu Calgary 2014
Santiago Hernandez San Diego 2014
Walker McElfresh Calgary 2013
Osvaldo Quijada Texas 2013
James Mahaffey Marin 2013
Don Rosenzweig Carolina 2013
Eddie Meas Chicago 2012
Eddie Meas Chicago 2011
Osvaldo Quijada Texas 2011
Walker McElfresh Calgary 2011
Taitarou Haranobu Calgary 2011
Santiago Hernandez San Diego 2010
Melchor Coronado Jacksonville 2010
Hayden Bandy San Diego 2009
James Randell Brooklyn 2008
Hayden Bandy San Diego 2007
Eddie Meas Chicago 2007
Charles Hopes Texas 2007
Melchor Coronado Chicago 2007
James Randell Brooklyn 2006
Taitarou Haranobu Toronto 2006
Clayton Lee San Diego 2006
Hayden Bandy San Diego 2006
Charles Hopes Texas 2006
Hayden Bandy San Diego 2005
Taitarou Haranobu Oregon2005
Charles Hopes Texas 2005

200 HIT CLUB

Cleveland's Miguel Espinoza's SIMBL-Record Four 200-Hit Seasons

Calgary's Willard Gilmore 235 Hits In 2008

2016-2018 Steroid Era 200-Hit Seasons Not Listed

235 Willard Gilmore Calgary 2008
232 Albert Price Calgary 2013
222 Artie Bradley New York 2026
221 Cody Taylor Deer Lake 2031
220 Ju-Won Shi Hollywood 2025
216 Tommy Eagen Asheville 2027
216 Artie Bradley New York 2024
216 Robert Campbell San Diego 2011
214 Lance Stanley III Dallas 2022
214 Kanesaburou Jiro Dallas 2013
212 Miguel Espinoza Cleveland 2024
212 Mark Haney Dallas 2020
211 Matthew Brown Calgary 2027
211 Taitarou Haranobu Calgary 2013
210 Mario Montalbano Oregon 2019
210 Eugene Pelzer Marin 2010
209 Artie Bradley New York 2025
209 Miguel Espinoza Tacoma 2020
209 Lawrence Nilsen Dallas 2015
208 Akiro Hikaru San Diego 2034
208 Juan Santos Hollywood 2034
208 Albert Price Pocatello 2010
207 Tad Jackson Calgary 2034
207 Akiro Hikaru Tampa Bay 2031
207 Michael Caldwell Colchester 2019
207 Albert Price Pocatello 2011
206 Pablo Figueroa San Diego 2014
205 Jake Boles Tampa Bay 2033
205 Joe Hayes Knoxville 2025
205 Robert Campbell Bristol 2007
205 Dominick Lund Boston 2006
205 Pedro Arevalo Belle River 2006
204 Jake Boles Tampa Bay 2032
204 James Mitchell Montreal 2023
204 Bruce Lorenzo Bristol 2010
204 Wilbert Prager Augusta 2005
203 Bryan Riggs Dallas 2015
203 Michael Beckley Chicago 2011
202 Ju-Won Shi Oregon 2034
202 Tad Jackson Calgary 2032
202 Kansaburou Jiro Dallas 2015
201 Miguel Espinoza Cleveland 2029
201 Miguel Espinoza Tacoma 2021
201 Kenneth Downey Hartford 2015
201 Glenn Carrozza Jacksonville 2012
201 Taitarou Haranobu Toronto 2009
201 Hubert Westrick Augusta 2007
200 Jake Boles Chicago 2034
200 Ken Blaylock Astoria 2020
200 Alberto Alvarez Manhattan Beach 2020

GM AWARDS HISTORY

SIMBL GM OF THE YEAR

2034: John Bowden Chicago
2033: Andy Hutchinson Knoxville
2032: John Callahan Whitby
2031: Don Krause San Diego
2030: Tim Melican Tampa Bay
2029: Troy Vogel Hawaii
2028: Chris Gattuso New York
2027: John Callahan Whitby
2026: Tim Imasa Oregon
2025: Jason Gregory Sacramento
2024: Jamey Carter Rochester
2023: John Bowden Chicago
2022: Robert Don Dallas
2021: Warren Pineau San Diego
2020: Shane Day Manhattan Beach
2019: Greg Checovetes Bristol
2018: Christian DeMarco Calgary
2017: Greg Checovetes Bristol
2016: Greg Checovetes Bristol
2015: John Treadway Dalton
2014: Jason DeMarco Birmingham
2013: John Treadway Dalton
2012: Jeff Williams Tacoma
2011: Mike Senn Oregon
2010: Tom Hickman Marin
2009: Dave Bliley Los Angeles
2008: Zach Deuel Pocatello
2007: Greg Checovetes Bristol
2006: Mike Stewart Pensacola
2005: Paul Ware San Diego

SLUGGER OF THE YEAR


Pensacola/Kitchener
Two-Time UL MVP
Mike Chisholm
2008 & 2009

2034 UL: Hue Henderson Calgary
2033 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2032 UL: Artie Bradley Dallas
2032 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2031 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2030 UL: Paul Rose Dallas
2029 UL: Ty Brown Oregon
2028 UL: Tony Aguilar Dallas
2027 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2026 UL: Tony Aguilar Dallas
2025 UL: Artie Bradley New York
2024 UL: Tony Aguilar Dallas
2023 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2022 UL: Tony Aguilar Dallas
2021 UL: Tony Aguilar Dallas
2020 UL: Chance Bailey Dallas
2019 UL: Peyton Michaels Toronto
2018 UL: Ray Barrot Calgary
2017 UL: Jose Arenas Los Angeles
2016 UL: Joseph Ramirez Dallas
2015 UL: Jose Arenas Los Angeles
2014 UL: Osvaldo Quijada Texas
2013 UL: Taitarou Haranobu Calgary
2012 UL: Pedro Coria New York
2011 UL: Osvaldo Quijada Texas
2010 UL: Glenn Knapp Marin
2009 UL: Mike Chisholm Kitchener
2008 UL: Mike Chisholm Pensacola
2007 UL: Luis Franco Toronto
2006 UL: Taitarou Haranobu Toronto
2005 UL: Glenn Lathem Edmonton

2034 SL: Jake Boles Chicago
2033 SL: Jake Boles Tampa Bay
2032 SL: Julian Winfield Tampa Bay
2031 SL: Cody Taylor Deer Lake
2030 SL: Julian Winfield Tampa Bay
2029 SL: Jake Boles Tampa Bay
2028 SL: David Jackson San Diego
2027 SL: Tommy Eagen Asheville
2026 SL: Taki Taketo Knoxville
2025 SL: Ju-Won Shi Hollywood
2024 SL: Joe Buchanan Rochester
2023 SL: Randall Lewis Las Vegas
2022 SL: Taki Taketo San Diego
2021 SL: Julian Winfield Rochester
2020 SL: Eddie Bryant Colchester
2019 SL: Taki Taketo San Diego
2018 SL: Joel Fusco Lehigh Valley
2017 SL: Aaron Rasch San Diego
2016 SL: Aaron Rasch San Diego
2015 SL: Pablo Figueroa San Diego
2014 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2013 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2012 SL: Ray Barrot Las Vegas
2011 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2010 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2009 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2008 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2007 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2006 SL: Dominick Lund Boston
2005 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego

HURLER OF THE YEAR


Los Angeles' James Sousa
Two-Time UL HOTY
2010 & 2012



Two-Time HOTY
Michael Arnett
Won Hurler Of The Year Award
In Both UL (2006) & SL (2008)


2034 UL: Michael Knox Dallas
2033 UL: Sammy Flynn Bristol
2033 UL: Brock Vinci Seattle
2032 UL: Jimmy Dietz Whitby
2031 UL: Brock Vinci Seattle
2030 UL: Dalton Jarvis Texas
2029 UL: Warren Lane Whitby
2028 UL: Hayden James Calgary
2027 UL: Richard Dicks Jr. Cleveland
2026 UL: Richard Dicks Jr. Cleveland
2025 UL: Richard Dicks Jr. Cleveland
2024 UL: Ryan Thomas Whitby
2023 UL: Craig Byrd Calgary
2022 UL: Oki Okada Bristol
2021 UL: Vinny Corleone Calgary
2020 UL: Javier Guzman Calgary
2020 UL: Vinny Corleone Calgary
2019 UL: Anibal Vargo, Jr. Hartford
2018 UL: Clay Wicks Sacramento
2017 UL: Justin Bushman Texas
2016 UL: Dennis Hatfield Dalton
2015 UL: Dennis Hatfield Dalton
2014 UL: Nicholas Lenard Calgary
2013 UL: Dennis Hunt Texas
2012 UL: James Sousa Los Angeles
2011 UL: Robert Carson Texas
2010 UL: James Sousa Los Angeles
2009 UL: Walter Lopez Bend
2008 UL: Thomas Leverett Pensacola
2007 UL: Richard Dicks Marin
2006 UL: Michael Arnett Atlantic City
2005 UL: Travis Boyd Bend

2034 SL: Kelly Hoskinson San Diego
2033 SL: Joe Tarnowsky Chicago
2032 SL: Kevin Schmidt Tampa Bay
2032 SL: Richard Dicks Jr. San Diego
2031 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2030 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2029 SL: Richard Dicks Jr. Deer Lake
2028 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2027 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2026 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2025 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2024 SL: Oki Okada Chicago
2023 SL: Anthony Puffer Boston
2022 SL: Alberto Tovar San Diego
2021 SL: Alberto Tovar San Diego
2020 SL: Bobby Bruno Hollywood
2020 SL: Kelly Holbrook Rochester
2019 SL: Vinny Corleone Knoxville
2018 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2017 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2016 SL: Richard Hassel San Diego
2015 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2014 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2013 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2012 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2011 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2010 SL: Pedro Ramirez Oregon
2009 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2008 SL: Michael Arnett New York
2007 SL: Felix Murff San Diego
2006 SL: Walter Middleton San Diego
2005 SL: Miles Farrelly Chicago

MIDDLE RELIEVER OF THE YEAR

2034 UL: Russell Kirk Calgary
2033 UL: Luis Castro Whitby
2033 UL: Reggie Baldwin Dallas
2032 UL: Domingo Francisco Calgary
2031 UL: Bob Detty Calgary
2030 UL: Carlos Martinez Whitby
2029 UL: Bob Detty Calgary
2028 UL: Bob Detty Calgary
2027 UL: Francisco Leon New York
2026 UL: Luis Martinez Calgary
2025 UL: Chad Bryan New York
2024 UL: Larry Hamilton Toronto
2023 UL: Chet Fisher Montreal
2022 UL: Bob Detty Calgary
2021 UL: Bob Detty Calgary
2020 UL: Billy Ray Mendette Calgary
2019 UL: Manny Silva Toronto
2018 UL: Joshua Poulos Boston
2017 UL: Thomas Akers Calgary
2016 UL: Thomas Akers Calgary
2015 UL: Richard Bell Bristol
2014 UL: Lester Almaraz Calgary
2013 UL: Jairo Martinez Bristol
2012 UL: David Kimbell Boston
2009 UL: Johnny Kull Bristol
2008 UL: Manny Meridia Columbus
2007 UL: Alex Quijano Toronto
2006 UL: Rolland Colin Atlantic City
2005 UL: Carlos Osuna Bristol

2034 SL: Von Scott Asheville
2033 SL: Josh Porter Bellingham
2032 SL: Kerry Powell Hawaii
2031 SL: Felix Urbina Tampa Bay
2030 SL: Ed Turner Asheville
2029 SL: Timmy Ward Boston
2028 SL: Giambattista Festa Hawaii
2027 SL: Lawrence Jordan Asheville
2026 SL: Aaron Vukevich Chicago
2025 SL: Dez Jordan Asheville
2024 SL: Ron Orr Chicago
2023 SL: Darrell Brown Knoxville
2022 SL: Andrew Walker Hawaii
2021 SL: Artie Caldwell Colchester
2020 SL: Bernard Perrini Asheville
2019 SL: Jeremiah Rose Sunnyvale
2018 SL: John Bostick Chicago
2017 SL: Jesus Rodriguez Chicago
2016 SL: Eric Prange Oregon
2015 SL: Chiohiko Morie Moscow
2014 SL: Charles Vue Oregon
2013 SL: Justin Monks Oregon
2012 SL: Kevin Ledet Tacoma
2009 SL: Salvador Sanchez Tacoma
2008 SL: Joseph Brown Texas
2007 SL: Salvador Sanchez Belle River
2006 SL: Jose Hernandez Portland
2005 SL: Marcus Duffy Jacksonville

FIREMAN OF THE YEAR

2034 UL: Santiago Rivera Cleveland
2033 UL: Santiago Rivera Cleveland
2032 UL: Luis Castro Whitby
2031 UL: Willie R. DeMarco Seattle
2030 UL: Kerry Powell Westbury
2029 UL: Keith Patterson Whitby
2028 UL: Barrett Jenkins Bristol
2027 UL: Steven Pfleuger Cleveland
2026 UL: Dontrelle Jackson Seattle
2025 UL: Keith Patterson Whitby
2024 UL: Andrew Steele New York
2023 UL: Barrett Jenkins Calgary
2022 UL: Barrett Jenkins Calgary
2021 UL: Kendall Hayes Bend
2020 UL: Barrett Jenkins Calgary
2019 UL: Andrew Stephens Oregon
2018 UL: Darrick Agosto Sacramento
2017 UL: Richard Bell Bristol
2016 UL: Michael Harper Dalton
2015 UL: Michael Harper Dalton
2014 UL: Brian Studdard Bristol
2013 UL: John Campbell Calgary
2012 UL: Brian Studdard Bristol
2011 UL: Alex Fabregas Texas
2010 UL: Alex Fabregas Texas
2009 UL: Mathew Chow Boston
2008 UL: Tyson Wieland Augusta
2007 UL: Aaron Bennett Columbus
2006 UL: Aaron Bennett Columbus
2005 UL: Brian Nedd Tacoma

2034 SL: Cedric Issacson San Diego
2033 SL: Otto Orf Rochester
2032 SL: Cedric Issacson Las Vegas
2032 SL: Todd Newell Hawaii
2031 SL: Chad Bryan San Diego
2030 SL: Todd Newell Hawaii
2029 SL: Todd Newell Hawaii
2028 SL: Cedric Issacson Las Vegas
2027 SL: Chris Ross Knoxville
2026 SL: Ron Orr Chicago
2025 SL: Alex Martin Rochester
2024 SL: Willie R. DeMarco San Diego
2023 SL: Dez Jordan Asheville
2022 SL: Dez Jordan Asheville
2021 SL: Blair Singleton Las Vegas
2020 SL: Robert McFadden Sunnyvale
2019 SL: Royce Clifton Augusta
2018 SL: Willliam Randazzo Chicago
2017 SL: Jeffrey Dempsey Asheville
2016 SL: Charles Vue Oregon
2015 SL: William Randazzo Chicago
2014 SL: Bill Hyer San Diego
2013 SL: Bill Hyer San Diego
2012 SL: Bill Hyer San Diego
2011 SL: Bill Hyer San Diego
2010 SL: William Cimino Chicago
2009 SL: Richard Lynch Portland
2008 SL: Marcus Reiley New York
2007 SL: Frank Emery Belle River
2006 SL: Magglio Guzman San Diego
2005 SL: James Nuzzo Chicago

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

2034 UL: Jeremy Roper Whitby
2033 UL: J.D. Belcher Whitby
2032 UL: Jimmy Dietz Whitby
2031 UL: Hue Henderson Calgary
2030 UL: Francisco Rivera Westbury
2029 UL: Eric Richards Texas
2028 UL: Allen Clark Westbury
2027 UL: Leo Kelley Whitby
2026 UL: Sammy Flynn Bristol
2025 UL: James Rudolph Dallas
2024 UL: Ash Wilson Bristol
2023 UL: Steve Fisher Bristol
2022 UL: Jose Blanco Bristol
2021 UL: Lance Stanley III Dallas
2020 UL: Michael Ellis Dallas
2019 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2018 UL: Bill Ruel Hartford
2017 UL: Constantino Angulo Dallas
2017 UL: Frank Marzano Marin
2016 UL: James Scherer Boston
2015 UL: Lance Foley Dallas
2014 UL: Micah McGinty Toronto
2013 UL: Vernan Powell Dalton
2012 UL: Lawrence Nilsen Dalton
2011 UL: Troy Ball Kitchener
2010 UL: Michael Larson Toronto
2009 UL: Jamie Coop Calgary
2008 UL: Alberto Gonzalez Augusta
2007 UL: Donny Dorado Columbus
2006 UL: Boyce Brookshire Calgary
2005 UL: Bill Falco Calgary

2034 SL: Joel Andrews Tampa Bay
2033 SL: Vinny Padilla Rochester
2032 SL: Kelly Hoskinson San Diego
2031 SL: Bernardo Guillen Las Vegas
2030 SL: Ricardo Camacho Hawaii
2029 SL: Jake Boles Tampa Bay
2028 SL: Akiro Hikaru Tampa Bay
2027 SL: Michael Blackwell San Diego
2026 SL: Julio Cardona Boston
2025 SL: Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento
2024 SL: Joe Hayes Knoxville
2023 SL: Carl Chaulk Las Vegas
2022 SL: Bill Wells San Diego
2021 SL: Ben Clay Colchester
2020 SL: Julian Winfield Rochester
2019 SL: Eddie Bryant Colchester
2018 SL: Jose Ibanez San Diego
2017 SL: Henry Cheesman Chicago
2016 SL: Chris Cota Carolina
2015 SL: Tommy King Las Vegas
2014 SL: Pablo Figueroa San Diego
2013 SL: Alberto Nunez San Diego
2012 SL: Israel Moton San Diego
2011 SL: Clifford Kikaku Augusta
2010 SL: Saint Hernandez San Diego
2009 SL: Bill Hyer San Diego
2008 SL: Alejo Ramirez San Diego
2007 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2006 SL: Richard Cummings Oregon
2005 SL: Christopher Krouse Dalton

POSTSEASON MVPS

COVETED CUP SIMBL CS MVP:

2034: Carlos Bonilla Dallas
2033: Kelly Hoskinson San Diego
2032: Jason Chapman Calgary
2031: Riley Charboneau LV
2030: Warren Lane Whitby
2029: Trevor Brooks Hawaii
2028: Ed Turner Asheville
2027: Kody Ware New York
2026: Eddie Byrant Cleveland
2025: Carlos Molina Calgary
2024: DeShaun Mack San Diego
2023: Matthew Dupree Calgary
2022: Layne Hamilton Hollywood
2021: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2020: Jamal Wilson Manhattan Beach
2019: Alberto Tovar San Diego
2018: Ray Barrot Calgary
2017: Barry Grady Bristol
2016: Larry Galusha San Diego
2015: Tony Benitez Las Vegas
2014: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2013: Jose Espinosa Las Vegas
2012: Felix Murff San Diego
2011: Pedro Moreno Oregon
2010: Glenn Knapp Marin
2009: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2008: Celso Larios Pocatello
2007: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2006: Hayden Bandy San Diego
2005: Daryl Ryles San Diego

SIMBL LCS MVP:

2034 UL: Michael Knox Dallas
2033 UL: Allen Tate Cleveland
2032 UL: Jason Chapman Calgary
2031 UL: Carlos Bonilla Dallas
2031 UL: Mitch Evans Dallas
2030 UL: Keith Patterson Whitby
2029 UL: Brian Woods Oregon
2028 UL: Chad Bryan New York
2027 UL: Troy Baca New York
2026 UL: Eddie Bryant Cleveland
2025 UL: Matthew Brown Calgary
2024 UL: Rolland Lefebvre Dallas
2023 UL: Matthew Brown Calgary
2022 UL: Tony Aguilar Dallas
2021 UL: Anthony Green Dallas
2020 UL: Mario Montalbano Oregon
2019 UL: Bruno Perillo Calgary
2018 UL: Chris Cota Calgary
2017 UL: Lenny Lamarga Bristol
2016 UL: Jerry Worthy Los Angeles
2015 UL: Floyd Collins Boston
2014 UL: Jamie Coop Calgary
2013 UL: Gary Leighty Texas
2012 UL: Theodore Wilson Los Angeles
2011 UL: Jamie Coop Calgary
2010 UL: Maiku Inejiro Marin
2009 UL: James Sousa Los Angeles
2008 UL: Matthew Skinner Pocatello
2007 UL: Osvaldo Lueras Augusta
2006 UL: Thomas Leverett Pensacola
2005 UL: Jeffrey Fannin Bend

2034 SL: Joe Tarnowsky Chicago
2033 SL: Julian Winfield San Diego
2032 SL: T.J. Rose Hawaii
2031 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2030 SL: Ricardo Camacho Hawaii
2029 SL: Deryk Ryles Hawaii
2028 SL: Dez Jordan Asheville
2027 SL: Pedro Garcia Chicago
2026 SL: Logan Raynes Sacramento
2025 SL: Grady McPherson Asheville
2024 SL: Julian Winfield San Diego
2023 SL: Randall Lewis Las Vegas
2022 SL: Matthew Boggs Hollywood
2021 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2020 SL: Bobby Bruno Man Beach
2019 SL: Rhett Forrester San Diego
2018 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2017 SL: Glenn Murphy Chicago
2016 SL: Pablo Figueroa San Diego
2015 SL: Hilario Testa Las Vegas
2014 SL: Aaron Rasch San Diego
2013 SL: Keith Smith Las Vegas
2012 SL: Ernest Crivello San Diego
2011 SL: Pedro Ramirez Oregon
2010 SL: Lucas Espitia San Diego
2009 SL: Hayden Bandy San Diego
2008 SL: Dennis Hunt Texas
2007 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2006 SL: Walter Middleton San Diego
2005 SL: Kenny Blumberg San Diego

SIMBL LDS MVP:

2034 UL: Michael Knox Dallas
2034 UL: Kenny Burns Bristol
2033 UL: Tim Jones Cleveland
2033 UL: Jamie Bolton Dallas
2032 UL: Tad Jackson Calgary
2032 UL: Luis Castro Whitby
2031 UL: Orlando Garcia Dallas
2031 UL: Rio Percy Whitby
2030 UL: Thomas Ferrell Whitby
2030 UL: Kevin Cox Dallas
2029 UL: Bobby Papesh Oregon
2029 UL: Matthew Brown Calgary
2028 UL: Leon Haywood Bend
2028 UL: Kyle Hunter New York
2027 UL: Kody Ware New York
2027 UL: Francisco Dominguez Whitby
2026 UL: Miguel Espinoza Cleveland
2026 UL: Vince Crocker Dallas
2025 UL: Martin Chapman Calgary
2025 UL: Richard Dicks Jr. Cleveland
2024 UL: Juan Rivera Dallas
2024 UL: Eddie Bryant Cleveland
2023 UL: Francisco Domínguez Whitby
2023 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2022 UL: Colt McAlister Calgary
2022 UL: Jesus Montoya Dallas
2021 UL: Roberto Torres Dallas
2021 UL: Vinny Corleone Calgary
2020 UL: Vinny Corleone Calgary
2020 UL: Carlos Quintana Oregon
2019 UL: Hubie Graham Bristol
2019 UL: Javier Guzman Calgary
2018 UL: Frank Marzano Sacramento
2018 UL: Zachariah Tardif Calgary
2017 UL: Daniel Klar Bristol
2017 UL: James Scherer Boston
2016 UL: Steven Hermosillo LA
2016 UL: Jairo Martinez Bristol
2015 UL: Steven Yingling Calgary
2015 UL: Floyd Collins Boston
2014 UL: Justin Honaker Calgary
2014 UL: Clemente Andujar Bristol
2013 UL: Robert Carson Texas
2013 UL: Bruce Lorenzo Bristol
2012 UL: Javier Amezaga Los Angeles
2012 UL: Bernard Sanchez Bristol
2011 UL: Donald Milliner Boston
2011 UL: Nicholas Lenard Calgary
2010 UL: James Sousa Los Angeles
2010 UL: Eugene Pelzer Marin
2009 UL: Jeremy Bevil Bristol
2009 UL: Wilfredo Gonzalez LA
2008 UL: Michael Giroux Brooklyn
2008 UL: Matthew Skinner Pocatello
2007 UL: Stephen Foster Augusta
2007 UL: Willie Johnson Carolina
2006 UL: Owen Loper Pensacola
2006 UL: Bill Falco Calgary
2005 UL: Ted Zamora Bend
2005 UL: Douglas Linsley Marin

2034 SL: Johnny Abraham Chicago
2034 SL: Julian Winfield San Diego
2033 SL: Michael Blackwell San Diego
2033 SL: John Raynor Hollywood
2032 SL: Deryk Ryles Hawaii
2032 SL: Jimmy Wagner Chicago
2031 SL: Micah Irwin Las Vegas
2031 SL: Julian Winfield Tampa Bay
2030 SL: Pablo Young Tampa Bay
2030 SL: Fernando Martinez Hawaii
2029 SL: Trevor Brooks Hawaii
2029 SL: Valentin Santos Tampa
2028 SL: Billy Goodwin Asheville
2028 SL: Logan Raynes Sacramento
2027 SL: Sal Jones Chicago
2027 SL: Brian Irving Asheville
2026 SL: Logan Raynes Sacramento
2026 SL: Billy Goodwin Asheville
2025 SL: Antonio Soto Asheville
2025 SL: Scott Brewer Sacramento
2024 SL: DeShaun Mack San Diego
2024 SL: Bobby Bruno Hollywood
2023 SL: Alan Alexander Anderson LV
2023 SL: Layne Hamilton Hollywood
2022 SL: Alberto Alvarez Hollywood
2022 SL: Gregory Sheppard Boston
2021 SL: Taki Taketo San Diego
2021 SL: Carlos Ramirez Colchester
2020 SL: Manny Fuentes Man Beach
2020 SL: Devin Corbin San Diego
2019 SL: Denny Heller San Diego
2019 SL: Alex Lynch Augusta
2018 SL: Comet Verae Ruston
2018 SL: Bruce Tucker San Diego
2017 SL: Glenn Murphy Chicago
2017 SL: Bruce Tucker San Diego
2016 SL: Tony Benitez Las Vegas
2016 SL: Bill Hyer San Diego
2015 SL: Claude McNeely Birmingham
2015 SL: Anthony Puffer Las Vegas
2014 SL: Pablo Figueroa San Diego
2014 SL: William Randazzo Chicago
2013 SL: Anthony Puffer Las Vegas
2013 SL: Michael Giroux Brooklyn
2012 SL: Pedro Ramirez Oregon
2012 SL: Michael Quiros San Diego
2011 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2011 SL: Buster Tate Oregon
2010 SL: Bobby Grimes San Diego
2010 SL: Richard Cummings Oregon
2009 SL: Daryl Ryles San Diego
2009 SL: Luis Franco Brooklyn
2008 SL: Michael Arnett New York
2008 SL: Albert Dykstra Texas
2007 SL: Steven Remick Cleveland
2007 SL: Lucas Espitia San Diego
2006 SL: Seve Hernandez Chicago
2006 SL: Lucas Espitia San Diego
2005 SL: Ricardo Manzanares B River
2005 SL: Kenny Blumberg San Diego

TOP PLAYER SEASONS

BATTING AVERAGE

2016-2018 Steroid File Not Listed In AVG

.360 Ju-Won SHi HWD '25
.358 Cody Taylor DL '31
.358 Pablo Figueroa SD '14
.355 Magglio Romo WES '32
.354 Rob Campbell HFD '12
.353 Albert Price POC '11
.352 Daryl Ryles SD '08
.351 Pablo Figueroa '15
.351 Albert Price POC '10
.350 Albert Price CGY '13
.350 Tait Haranobu CGY '13
.349 Daryl Ryles SD '07
.349 Matt Shaner BRI '07
.348 Artie Bradley NY '26
.348 Daryl Ryles SD '05
.357 Glenn Carrozza JAX '12
.346 Willard Gilmore CGY '08
.345 Kane Jiro DAL '13
.345 Dominick Lund BOS ‘06
.343 Albert Dykstra TEX '11
.343 Eugene Pelzer MAR '10
.342 Artie Bradley DAL '32
.342 Guy Gillham LA '10
.341 Pedro Coria NY '12
.340 Chris Cota CAR '16
.338 Miguel Espinoza CLE '26
.338 Eddie House CHI '11
.339 Pedro Arevalo BEL '05
.337 Artie Bradley NY '25
.337 Bryan Riggs DAL '15
.337 Robert Campbell SD '11
.337 Daniel Walker POC '09
.337 Pedro Arevalo BEL '06
.336 Joe Stephenson HWD '24
.336 William Oney ASH '15
.336 Juan Guillen CGY '14
.336 Michael Giroux BKN '10
.336 John Athey BEL '05
.335 Ju-Won Shi ORE '32
.335 Ju-Won Shi HWD '24
.335 Joel Sabatino NY '07
.334 Miguel Espinoza CLE '24
.334 Matthew Brown CGY '19
.333 Gerald Pope MAR '14
.333 Bill Coldiron BEN '09
.332 Matthew Boggs MAN '19

HITS

2016-2018 Steroid File Not Listed In Hits

235 Willard Gilmore CGY '08
232 Albert Price CGY '13
222 Artie Bradley NY '26
221 Cody Taylor DL '31
220 Ju-Won Shi HWD '25
216 Tommy Eagen ASH '27
216 Artie Bradley NY '24
216 Robert Campbell SD '11
214 Lance Stanley III DAL '22
214 Kanesaburou Jiro DAL '13
212 Miguel Espinoza CLE '24
212 Mark Haney DAL '20
211 Matthew Brown CGY '27
211 Taitarou Haranobu CGY '13
210 Mario Montalbano ORE '19
210 Eugene Pelzer MAR '10
209 Artie Bradley NY '25
209 Miguel Espinoza TAC '20
209 Lawrence Nilsen DAL '15
208 Albert Price POC '10
207 Akiro Hikaru TB '31
207 Michael Caldwell COL '19
207 Albert Price POC '11
206 Pablo Figueroa SD '14
205 Joe Hayes KNX '25
205 Robert Campbell BRI '07
205 Dominick Lund BOS '06
205 Pedro Arevalo BEL '06
204 Jake Boles TB '32
204 James Mitchell MON '23
204 Bruce Lorenzo BRI '10
204 Wilbert Prager AUG '05
203 Bryan Riggs DAL '15
203 Michael Beckley CHI '11
202 Tad Jackson CGY '32
202 Kansaburou Jiro DAL '15
201 Miguel Espinoza CLE '29
201 Miguel Espinoza TAC '21
201 Kenneth Downey HFD '15
201 Glenn Carrozza JAX '12
201 Taitarou Haranobu TOR '09
201 Hubert Westrick AUG '07
200 Ken Blaylock AST '20
200 Alberto Alvarez MAN '20
199 Nelson Nelly KNX '29
199 Michael Caldwell COL '21
199 Cal Roberts LV '21
199 Jason Flynt KNX '19
199 Armando Sanchez ORE '19
199 Matt Skinner ORE '10
198 Cesar Castillo TOR '19
198 Joel Simons CHI '14
198 Osvaldo Quijada TEX '11
198 Lucas Espitia SD '09
198 Daryl Ryles SD '08
197 Zachery Dye NY '25
197 Joe Stephenson HWD '23
197 Jose Arenas LA '15
197 Bruce Lorenzo BRI '13
197 Jose Valencia CHI '13
197 Ignacio Cordero DAL '11
197 Marv Delvecchio NWK '10
197 Hayden Bandy SD '05
197 Willard Gilmore ORE ‘06
196 Tony Aguilar DAL '26
196 Kelvin Peterson CAR '16
196 Gerald Pope MAR '14
196 Daryl Ryles SD '05
195 James Mitchell WES '25
195 Michael Lonewolf CGY '22
195 Chance Bailey DAL '20
195 Michael Giroux MCW '14
195 Donald Milliner BOS '10
195 Allen Bennett AUG '09
195 Hayden Bandy SD '07
195 Mike Hawk SNY '20
194 Lionel Pendleton KNX '24
194 Justin Weaver AST '20
194 Roman Sosa BEN '19
194 Joe Lathem HFD '15
194 Lucas Espitia SD '14
194 Eugene Pelzer MAR '13
194 John Strasser BRI '09
194 Pedro Arevalo POR '09
194 Glenn Carrozza AUG '08
194 Israel Moton SD '13
193 Jake Boles TB '29
193 Matthew Brown CGY '29
193 Akiro Hikaru TB '28
193 Joe Hayes KNX '24
193 James Mitchell MON '22
193 Julian Winfield ROC '21
193 Ken Blaylock AST '19
193 Mario Witty NWK '11
193 Michael Mayne BRI '11
193 Manuel Ciles JAX '11
193 Bill Antonucci BKN '09
193 Pedro Arevalo BEL '08
193 Hayden Bandy SD '06

HITTING STREAKS

2016-2018 Steroid Era
Hitting Streaks Not Listed

New York's Artie Bradley's
36-Game Hitting Streak
In 2025

36 Artie Bradley New York '25
32 Duane Fuller Portland '15
30 Israel Moton San Diego '13
29 Magglio Romo Westbury '32
29 Carlos Molina Calgary '26
28 Curt Bannon Sacramento '30
28 Artie Bradley New York '24
27 Tony Aguilar Dallas '27
27 Scott Carter Sunnyvale '19
27 James Mahaffey Portland '08
26 Vaughn Perry Dallas '23
26 Rob Reed Deer Lake '23
26 Marv Delvecchio Newark '10
25 Christopher Pearson Sunnyvale '19
25 Chet Williams Knoxville '24
25 R.J. Poole Chicago '14
24 Gil Evans Westbury '26
24 Chance Bailey Knoxville '27
24 Miguel Espinoza Cleveland '24
24 Joe Hayes Knoxville '24
24 Zachery Dye New York '24
24 Zachery Dye New York '23
24 Matthew Boggs Man Beach '20
24 Gregory Sheppard Colchester '19
24 Glenn Carrozza Jacksonville '12
24 Bill Coldiron Bend '08
24 Jose Tavarez Asheville '08

HOME RUNS

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Listed In HR

69 Daryl Ryles SD '08
62 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
61 Julian Winfield TB '32
61 Daryl Ryles SD '11
57 Carlos Molina CGY '24
55 Colt McAlister CGY '31
54 Daryl Ryles SD '09
52 Daryl Ryles SD '14
51 Daryl Ryles SD '10
50 R.J. Poole CHI '17
49 Eddie Bryant COL '20
49 Chance Bailey DAL '19
48 Jake Boles TB '32
48 Colt McAlister CGY '27
48 Carlos Molina CGY '20
48 Mike Chisholm PEN '09
48 Maiku Inejiro ORE '07
48 Wilfredo Espana BEL '05
47 Colt McAlister CGY '32
47 Julian Winfield TB '30
47 Colt McAlister CGY '24
47 Peyton Michaels TOR '19
47 Daryl Ryles SD '07
47 Maiku Inejiro ORE '05
47 Eddie Meas JAX ‘06
46 Jake Boles TB '29
46 Deryk Ryles HAW '30
46 Peter Turner CHI '25
46 Ray Barrott CGY '18
45 Hue Henderson CGY '32
45 Roger Marcum HAW '32
45 Gran Moulder HAW '30
45 Tony Aguilar DAL '28
45 Tony Aguilar DAL '26
45 Colt McAlister CGY '26
45 Cliff Mills LA '19
45 Jose Arenas LA '17
45 Ray Barrot LV '13
45 Eddie Meas JAX '05
44 Roger Marcum HAW '31
44 Carlos Molina CGY '27
44 Taki Taketo KNX '26
44 Tony Aguilar DAL '22
44 Chance Bailey DAL '20
44 Cliff Mills LA '20
44 Jose Gonzalez AUG '20
44 Pablo Figueroa SD '15
44 Ray Barrot LV '12
44 Luis Franco TOR '07
43 Ty Brown ORE '32
43 Eddie Bryant COL '19
43 Hue Henderson CGY '31
43 Pablo Figueroa SD '17
43 Aaron Rasch SD '17
43 Michael Hussey SD '17
43 Daryl Ryles SD '15
43 Sang Aleshire CHI '10
43 Luis Franco BKN '09
43 Mike Chisholm PEN '08
43 John Athey BEL '05
43 Daryl Ryles SD '06
42 Jake Albert TB '30
42 Leonard Williamson SEA '28
42 Logan Raynes SAC '26
42 Tony Aguilar DAL '25
42 Carlos Molina CGY '23
42 Colt McAlister CGY '23
42 Kory Stone SD '22
42 Eddie Bryant BOS '22
42 Mario Montalbano ORE '20
42 Chris Cota CGY '18
42 Daryl Ryles SD '13
42 Arthur Kohei POR '13
42 Glenn Lathem EDM '06
42 Mike Chisholm PEN '06
41 Cody Taylor DL '31
41 Jake Boles TB '30
41 Jacob Middleton CGY '28
41 Joe Buchanan SD '27
41 Matt Kramer BRI '26
41 Joe Buchanan ROC '24
41 Layne Hamilton HWD '22
41 Travis Wright BRI '19
41 Jason Flynt KNX '19
41 Kel Sanford ORE '19
41 Pablo Figueroa SD '16
41 Ray Barrot LV '14
41 James Mahaffey POC '10
41 Willie Sullivan CGY '06
41 Daryl Ryles SD '05
40 Deryk Ryles HAW '32
40 Jon LaMontanage BRI '32
40 Gran Moulder HAW '31
40 Joshua Gallagher WBY '31
40 Julian Winfield TB '31
40 Andrew Green BRI '29
40 Ty Brown ORE '29
40 Ty Brown ORE '26
40 Paul Rose DAL '26
40 Troy Baca NY '25
40 Toby Gibson WBY '25
40 Carlos Molina CGY '25
40 Marc Carter HWD '24
40 Eddie Bryant BOS '23
40 Randall Lewis LV '23
40 Tony Aguilar DAL '23
40 Chance Bailey AUG '22
40 Tony Aguilar DAL '21
40 Manny Fuentes MAN '20
40 Colt McAlister CGY '19
40 Taki Taketo SD '19
40 Cesar Delgado CHI '19
40 Jeffrey Silver LA '18
40 Troy Baca LV '13
40 Mike Chisholm PEN '07
40 John Athey BEL '06

RUNS BATTED IN

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Listed In RBI

172 Daryl Ryles SD '08
159 Daryl Ryles SD '14
159 Daryl Ryles SD '09
158 Peyton Michaels TOR '19
155 Daryl Ryles SD '11
154 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
153 Chris Pearson SNY '19
148 Jake Boles TB '32
148 Jose Gonzalez AUG '20
143 Kenny Blumberg SD '10
144 Jake Boles TB '29
144 Colt McAlister CGY '23
141 Wilfredo Espana BEL '05
140 Eddie Meas JAX '05
139 Colt McAlister CGY '26
138 Jason Flynt LV '23
138 Eddie Bryant COL '20
138 Maiku Inejiro '07
137 Julian Winfield TB '32
137 Colt McAlister CGY '31
137 Carlos Molina CGY '23
137 Jim Mahaffey POC '10
136 Carlos Molina CGY '24
136 Randall Lewis LV '23
136 Eddie Bryant COL '19
135 Cliff Mills LA '20
135 Glenn Knapp MAR '10
135 Daryl Ryles SD '05
134 Chance Bailey DAL '20
133 Hue Henderson CGY '32
133 Colt McAlister CGY '27
133 Glenn Knapp MAR '11
132 Jake Albert TB '30
132 Carlos Molina CGY '20
132 Michael Quiros SD '14
131 Colt McAlister CGY '32
131 Ray Barrot LV '12
130 Sang Aleshire CHI '10
130 John Athey BEL ‘06
129 Tony Aguilar DAL '23
129 Tony Aguilar DAL '22
129 Keith Smith CGY '14
128 Tony Aguilar DAL '26
128 Osvaldo Quijada TEX '11
128 Saint Hernandez SD '10
127 Julian Winfield TB '31
127 Ty Brown ORE '29
127 Michael Blackwell SD '27
127 Jose Zena LA '08
126 Jason Flynt KNX '19
126 Carlos Molina CGY '19
126 Michael Quiros SD '12
126 Daryl Ryles SD '10
126 Daryl Ryles SD '07
126 Kenny Blumberg SD '05
125 Rio Percy WBY '32
125 Tony Aguilar DAL '28
125 James Randell BKN '09
125 Mike Chisholm PEN '07

ON BASE PERCENTAGE

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Listed In OBP

.478 Matt Shaner BRI '07
.475 Robinson O'Neil SNY '19
.473 Daryl Ryles SD '08
.469 Daryl Ryles SD '11
.468 Daryl Ryles SD '12
.466 Daryl Ryles SD '07
.463 Daryl Ryles SD '09
.463 Daryl Ryles SD '05
.462 Matt Shaner BRI ‘06
.459 Robinson O'Neil WBY '22
.459 Glenn Lathem EDM '05
.455 Ramon Reyes AUG '19
.446 Colt McAlister CGY '19
.446 John Athey BEL '05
.446 Daryl Ryles SD ‘06
.445 Matt Shaner BRI '05
.444 DeShaun Mack BOS '21
.444 Robinson O'Neil WBY '21
.443 Daryl Ryles SD '13
.443 Daryl Ryles SD '10
.442 Glenn Knapp MAR '11
.442 Daniel Walker POC '10
.440 Matt Shaner POR '09
.440 Daniel Walker POC '09
.439 Mel Coronado CHI '07

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Listed In SLG

.773 Daryl Ryles SD '08
.727 Daryl Ryles SD '11
.701 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
.683 Colt McAlister CGY '31
.674 Daryl Ryles SD '09
.673 Julian Winfield TB '32
.662 Daryl Ryles SD '07
.660 John Athey BEL '05
.648 Daryl Ryles SD '14
.646 Cody Taylor DL '31
.647 Carlos Molina CGY '24
.647 Peyton Michaels TOR '19
.634 Daryl Ryles SD '05
.630 Daryl Ryles SD '12
.622 Jim Mahaffey POC '10
.621 Eddie Bryant COL '20
.620 Luis Franco TOR '07
.619 Daryl Ryles SD '10
.619 Daryl Ryles SD '13
.619 Eddie Meas JAX '05
.619 Colt McAlister CGY '24
.616 Artie Bradley DAL '32
.616 Mike Chisholm PEN '09
.616 John Athey BEL ‘06
.615 Ray Barrot LV '12
.614 Eddie Meas JAX ‘06
.611 Jake Boles TB '29
.608 Daryl Ryles SD '06
.607 Julian Winfield ROC '21
.606 Maiku Inejiro ORE '07
.605 Carlos Molina CGY '20

ON BASE PLUS SLUGGING

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Listed In OPS

1.240 Daryl Ryles SD '08
1.196 Daryl Ryles SD '11
1.136 Daryl Ryles SD '09
1.128 Colt McAlister CGY '31
1.128 Daryl Ryles SD '07
1.107 John Athey BEL '05
1.098 Daryl Ryles SD '12
1.097 Daryl Ryles SD '05
1.096 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
1.085 Cody Taylor DL '31
1.077 Daryl Ryles SD '14
1.062 Peyton Michaels TOR '19
1.062 Daryl Ryles SD '13
1.062 Daryl Ryles SD '10
1.053 Daryl Ryles SD ‘06
1.047 Julian Winfield TB '32
1.047 Colt McAlister CGY '24
1.045 Luis Franco TOR '07
1.044 Aaron Rasch SD '18
1.043 Glenn Lathem EDM '05
1.040 John Athey BEL ‘06
1.038 Eddie Meas JAX '05
1.034 Jim Mahaffey POC '10
1.033 Julian Winfield ROC '21
1.032 Eddie Bryant COL '20
1.026 Glenn Knapp MAR '11
1.022 Artie Bradley DAL '32
1.021 Taki Taketo SD '19
1.017 Colt McAlister CGY '21
1.017 Kory Stone SD '20
1.016 Eddie Meas JAX '06
1.016 Dominick Lund BOS '06
1.014 John Athey POR '09
1.010 Carlos Molina CGY '24
1.010 Colt McAlister CGY '19
1.005 Dustin Powers WBY '24
1.000 Dustin Powers HFD '20

RUNS SCORED

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Listed In Runs

153 Daryl Ryles SD '08
150 Daryl Ryles SD '11
148 Lucas Espitia SD '08
145 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
145 Daryl Ryles SD '10
141 Cesar Castillo TOR '19
139 Daryl Ryles SD '09
138 Robinson O'Neil SNY '19
138 Walker McElfresh CGY '12
138 Willard Gilmore CGY '08
138 Lucas Espitia SD '06
136 Julian Winfield TB '32
135 Lucas Espitia SD '11
134 Colt McAlister CGY '20
134 Joe Hayes KNX '25
134 Walker McElfresh CGY '13
134 Hayden Bandy SD '06
134 Hayden Bandy SD '05
133 Lucas Espitia SD '14
132 Daryl Ryles SD '14
131 Tony Aguilar DAL '26
131 Matthew Shaner POR '10
131 Daryl Ryles SD '05
130 James Mahaffey MAR '11
130 Glenn Knapp MAR '10
129 Colt McAlister CGY '19
129 Lucas Espitia SD '13
129 Lucas Espitia SD '09
128 Sean Turner BOS '20
128 Michael Caldwell COL '19
128 Kane Jiro DAL '13
128 Walker McElfresh CGY '11
128 Bill Coldiron BEN '09
128 Lucas Espitia SD '05
127 Ricky Thompson TOR '19
127 James Mahaffey POC '10
126 Troy Baca LV '13
126 Eddie Meas CHI '11
126 Hayden Bandy SD '07
126 Tony Aguilar DAL '21
126 Eddie Meas JAX '05
125 Joe Hayes KNX '24
125 Sean Turner BOS '21
125 Hayden Bandy SD '09
125 Daniel Walker CGY '08
124 Colt McAlister CGY '23
124 Daryl Ryles SD '13
124 Ray Barrot LV '12
124 Hayden Bandy SD '10
124 James Randell BKN '09
123 Dante Dawson HAW '28
123 Colt McAlister CGY '24
123 Matthew Brown CGY '23
123 Matthew Brown CGY '21
123 Matthew Brown CGY '20
123 Anderson Penning BEL '05
122 Brady Underwood DL '29
122 Jules Jurrey BEN '19
122 Daryl Ryles SD '12
122 Daniel Walker POC '10
121 Logan Raynes SAC '26
121 Derek Dixon LV '24
121 Alberto Alvarez MAN '20
121 Taitarou Haranobu CGY '13
121 Glenn Knapp MAR '11
121 Eddie Meas JAX '05
121 Matthew Shaner BRI '05
120 Tommy Eagen ASH '27
120 Matthew Brown CGY '22
120 Lance Stanley III DAL '22
120 Julian Winfield ROC '20

WALKS

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Listed In Walks

Bristol's Matthew Shaner
164 Walks Record In 2006
Stood For 12 Seasons

189 Robinson O'Neil SNY '19
164 Matthew Shaner BRI '06
159 Ramon Reyes COL '21
156 Melchor Coronado CHI '07
153 Ramon Reyes AUG '19
153 Glenn Knapp MAR '11
152 Robinson O'Neil WBY '22
150 Colt McAlister CGY '19
148 Daryl Ryles SD '09
147 Ramon Reyes AUG '20
145 DeShaun Mack MON '22
145 Matthew Shaner POR '10
141 Daryl Ryles SD '11
140 DeShaun Mack BOS '21
139 Eddie Meas CHI '10
138 Daryl Ryles SD '10
138 Glenn Knapp MAR '09
137 Colt McAlister CGY '26
137 DeShaun Mack SD '25
137 Robinson O'Neil WBY '21
136 Steven Reed BRI '23
136 Glenn Knapp MAR '07
136 Melchor Coronado CHI '06
136 Matthew Shaner BRI '05
135 DeShaun Mack WES '23
135 Melchor Coronado JAX '11
134 Robinson O'Neil LV '23
133 Robinson O'Neil LV '24
133 DeShaun Mack BOS '20
132 Colt McAlister CGY '31
132 Colt McAlister CGY '28
132 Glenn Lathem EDM '05
131 Colt McAlister CGY '32
130 Gregory Sheppard '20
130 Taki Taketo SD '19
129 Matthew Shaner BRI '08
129 Glenn Knapp MAR '08
129 Matthew Shaner BRI '07
128 Robinson O'Neil HFD '20
128 DeShaun Mack BOS '19
128 James Mahaffey MAR '14
128 Daryl Ryles SD '12
127 Colt McAlister CGY '23
127 Walker McElfresh CGY '14
127 Melchor Coronado JAX '10
127 Glenn Lathem COL '07
127 Daryl Ryles SD '06
125 Scotty Reese ROC '19
125 Walker McElfresh CGY '09
126 Glenn Lathem EDM '06
124 Colt McAlister CGY '30
124 Colt McAlister CGY '22
124 Eddie Meas CHI '11
123 Walker McElfresh CGY '13
123 Walker McElfresh CGY '11
123 Daryl Ryles SD '07
121 DeShaun Mack SD '24
121 Melchor Coronado JAX '09
120 Clayton Stella KIT '11
120 Gregory Sheppard BOS '22
120 James Mahaffey POR '07
119 Colt McAlister CGY '24
119 Colt McAlister CGY '20
119 Glenn Knapp MAR '10
119 Melchor Coronado POR '12
119 Galen Dinan CHI '06

STOLEN BASES

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Listed In SB

144 Matthew Brown CGY '23
126 Kent Harvey SD '21
120 Joe Hayes KNX '25
115 Matthew Brown CGY '24
113 Tommy Eagen ASH '27
113 Theodore Robertson TOR '18
108 Barry Grady BRI '18
106 Kent Harvey SD '20
105 Matthew Brown CGY '20
103 Joe Hayes KNX '26
103 Barry Grady BRI '17
101 Matthew Brown CGY '27
101 Jan Springer ASH '18
100 Matthew Brown CGY '19
99 Barry Grady BRI '16
96 Tony Aguilar DAL '21
95 Matthew Brown CGY '21
95 Jan Springer TEX '16
92 Lester Rivers BOS '27
88 Tony Aguilar DAL '23
85 Matthew Brown CGY '22
84 Miguel Espinoza CLE '23
83 Lester Rivers BOS '25
83 Omar Romero ASH '22
83 Theodore Robertson TOR '17
82 Austin Belaska CGY '26
82 Lance Stanley III DAL '21
82 Hugo Latta CGY '17
81 Lester Rivers BOS '26
81 Adrian Espinosa PEN '08
80 Joe Hayes KNX '27
79 Joe Hayes KNX '24
79 Rob Reed DL '23
78 Omar Romero ASH '19
78 Hugo Latta CGY '18
76 Matthew Brown CGY '25
76 Miguel Espinoza TAC '21
76 Omar Romero ASH '20
75 Jose Blanco BRI '25
75 Lance Stanley III DAL '23
75 Dan Fuentes BEN '17
75 Jaime Gonzalez CAR '13
74 Omar Romero ASH '26
74 Omar Romero ASH '24
74 Tatsui Ishikawa BEN '21
74 Omar Romero ASH '21
74 Bernardo Martinez CGY '20
74 Lucas Espitia SD ‘06
73 Jose Blanco BRI '26
73 Alberto Alvarez MAN '20
72 Tommy Eagen ASH '26
72 Tony Aguilar DAL '22
72 Corey Cantrell BRI '19
71 Matthew Dupree CGY '23
71 Victor Cruz LV '22
71 Mark Haney DAL '20
71 Ray Long BRI '19
71 Ricardo Calvo COL '17
71 Lucas Espitia SD '14
71 Lucas Espitia SD '13
71 Lucas Espitia SD '08
70 Miguel Espinoza CLE '24
70 Mark Haney DAL '21
70 Lucas Espitia SD '09
69 Austin Belaska CGY '25
69 Thomas Gordon SAC '18
69 Israel Moton SD '14
68 Tommy Eagen ASH '25
68 Miguel Espinosa TAC '20
68 Israel Moton SD '12
67 Vito Veta CHI '25
67 Sean Turner MON '23
67 Dean Aldridge BRI '22
67 Bernardo Martinez CGY '21
67 Jan Springer TEX '17
67 Comet Verae RUS '17
67 Dan Fuentes BEN '16
67 Jaime Gonzalez CAR '11
67 Jaime Armas TEX '07
66 Jose Blanco BRI '27
66 Cesar Castillo TOR '19
66 Ricardo Calvo COL '18
66 Ignacio Cordero DAL '11
65 Joseph White SEA '24
65 Lance Stanley III DAL '24
65 Tatsui Ishikawa BEN '23
65 Jamal Wilson MAN '20
65 Nate Jackson HFD '17
65 Miquel Espinosa TAC '19
65 Kenny Kyle LV '14
65 Taitarou Haranobu CGY '13
65 Israel Moton SD '13
65 Jeremy Bevil BRI '10
64 Dale Banks SEA '25
64 Tad Jackson CGY '27
64 Terry Carr LV '27
64 Dean Aldridge BRI '23
64 Lance Stanley III DAL '22
64 Michael Caldwell COL '21
64 Bernardo Martinez CGY '19
64 Bill Bonar ORE '17
64 Jaime Gonzalez CAR '12
64 Lucas Espitia SD '11
64 James Jenning BOS '11
63 Vito Veta CHI '26
63 Mark Haney DAL '23
63 Sean Turner MON '22
63 Tatsui Ishikawa BEN '20
63 Nate Jackson HFD '18
63 Dean Alridge BRI '19
63 Jose Espinosa LV '13
63 Taitarou Haranobu CGY '12
63 Taitarou Haranobu TOR '10
62 Pat Miller ASH '26
62 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
62 Bill Wells SD '22
62 Sean Turner BOS '21
62 Tyrell Unruh BRI '17
62 Jaime Gonzalez DAL '14
62 Lucas Espitia SD '12
62 Ignacio Cordero DAL '10
62 Ignacio Cordero COL '09
62 Jose Tavarez CAR '09
61 Omar Romero ASH '25
61 Bill Wells SD '27
61 Kelly Malkin BRI '22
60 Santino DaBramo TEX '26
60 Bernardo Martinez CGY '24
60 Victor Cruz LV '23
60 Julian Winfield ROC '21
60 Harry Brune BRI '18
60 Thomas Gordon MAR '17
60 Lucas Espitia SD '10
60 Jaime Gonzalez CAR '08
60 Jose Tavarez ASH '08
59 Ray Long BRI '20
59 Jules Jurrey BEN '19
59 Taitarou Haranobu CGY '11
59 Lucas Espitia SD '07
58 Tony Aguilar DAL '26
58 Lance Stanley III DAL '24
58 Michael Caldwell BOS '23
58 Michael Caldwell COL '20
58 Tony Aguilar DAL '20
58 Dean Aldridge BRI '20
58 Willie Cooper AST '19
58 Ron Hagedorn TEX '14
58 Jose Valencia CHI '13
58 Kenny Kyle LV '13
58 Jaime Gonzalez CAR '10
58 Jaime Gonzalez CAR '09
57 Miguel Espinoza CLE '25
57 Kelly Malkin BRI '23
57 Leonard Williamson AST '23
57 Jamal Wilson HWD '22
57 Derek Dixon TAC '21
57 Dan Fuentes BEN '18
57 James Jenning BOS '13
57 James Jenning BOS '12
57 Jeremy Bevill BRI '11
57 Charles Hopes TEX '07
56 Dante Dawson HAW '27
56 Stanford Tanner LV '27
56 Kent Harvey SD '23
56 Miguel Espinoza CLE '22
56 Gregory Sheppard COL '21
56 John Madruga HFD '18
56 Taitarou Haranobu CGY '14
56 Eddie Meas CHI '11
56 Jose Tavarez CAR '10
56 Adrian Espinosa PEN ‘06
55 Michael Caldwell BOS '26
55 Stanford Tanner LV '26
55 Hugo Latta ASH '24
55 Grady McPherson ASH '21
55 Kenneth Downey HFD '14
54 Joe Buchanan SD '27
54 Dean Aldridge BRI '21
54 Wesley Almeida SD '14
54 Kanesaburou Jiro DAL '12
54 Michael Fritz TAC '11
54 Wilfredo Gonzalez LA '10
54 Adrian Espinosa PEN '09
53 Steven Johnston BOS '27
53 Austin Belaska CGY '27
53 Joseph White SEA '26
53 Iwane Kondo LV '22
53 Paul Gehrig ASH '21
53 Corey Cantrell BRI '20
53 Tyrone Grimshaw CHA '12
53 Hayden Bandy SD '07
53 Bill Evans TAC '05
53 Raimundo Ramirez DAL ‘06
53 Theodore Robertson TOR '16
52 John Papcun BOS '27
52 Tony Aguilar DAL '25
52 Francisco Santos CHI '24
52 Ray Long BRI '23
52 Gregory Sheppard COL '20
52 Sean Turner BOS '19
52 Edgar Price CHI '18
52 Celso Jiminez LV '14
52 Wesley Almeida SD '13
52 Lucas Espitia SD '05
52 Hayden Bandy SD '06

WINS

33 Alberto Tovar SD '21
29 Bobby Grimes SD '13
28 Angel Rodriquez ORE '13
27 Bobby Grimes SD '14
26 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '26
25 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '27
25 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '25
25 Bobby Grimes SD '21
25 Michael Gambino ORE '21
25 Bobby Bruno MAN '20
25 Joey Morgan '19 CGY
25 Bobby Grimes SD '11
25 James Sousa LA '10
24 Vinny Corleone CGY '21
24 Michael Gambino ORE '20
24 Alberto Tovar SD '19
24 Nicholas Lenard CGY '14
24 Alberto Nunez SD '14
24 Bobby Grimes SD '12
23 Oki Okada CHI '25
23 Craig Byrd CGY '23
23 Alberto Tovar SD '22
23 Vinny Corleone CGY '20
23 Robert Swift LA '20
23 Bruce Tucker SD '18
23 Felix Corchado ORE '14
23 James Sousa LA '12
23 Bobby Grimes SD '09
23 Michael Arnett NY '08
23 Felix Murff SD '07
22 Gustave Sequin DAL '27
22 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '24
22 Anthony Puffer BOS '23
22 Richard Dicks Jr. TEX '23
22 Kelly Holbrook ROC '20
22 Javier Guzman CGY '20
22 Vinny Corleone KNX '19
22 Bobby Grimes SD '17
22 Vernan Powell DAL '13
22 Steve Yingling CGY '13
22 Angel Rodriquez ORE '12
22 Felix Murff SD '12
22 Robert Carson TEX '11
22 Pedro Ramirez ORE '10
22 Michael Arnett LA '10
22 James Sousa LA '07
21 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '27
21 Oki Okada CHI '26
21 Craig Byrd CHI '25
21 Glenn Murphy DL '24
21 Vinny Corleone CGY '23
21 Rolland Lefebvre DAL '22
21 Bobby Bruno HWD '21
21 Darby Hendrickson ORE '20
21 Justin Montgomery ROC '19
21 Rhett Forrester SD '19
21 Bobby Grimes SD '18
21 Clemente Andujar BRI '17
21 Glenn Murphy CHI '17
21 Richard Hassel SD '16
21 Anthony Puffer LV '16
21 Joseph Allen LV '14
21 Pedro Ramirez ORE '14
21 Roy Bourbeau MAR '13
21 Jamie Coop CGY '13
21 Dennis Hunt TEX '13
21 Felix Murff SD '13
21 Joseph Allen LV '12
21 John McClary BRI '12
21 Pedro Galindo BRI '12
21 Pedro Ramirez ORE '11
21 Bobby Grimes SD '10
21 Isogorou Chomei CGY '10
21 Felix Murff SD '09
20 Sean O'Neal KNX '27
20 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '26
20 Joe Tarnowsky SAC '26
20 Craig Byrd CHI '26
20 Broderick Stewart BRI '25
20 Robert Swift CGY '25
20 Justin Montgomery ROC '25
20 Stan Pennington ROC '25
20 Ryan Thomas WBY '24
20 Justin Montgomery ROC '24
20 Brian Woods WBY '24
20 Alex Lynch LV '24
20 Carlos Quintana ORE '20
20 Kenneth Haas BEN '20
20 Michael Gambino ORE '19
20 Bruce Tucker SD '17
20 Ryan Stucky RUS '16
20 Bobby Grimes SD '16
20 John McClary BRI '14
20 Anthony Puffer LV '13
20 Pedro Ramirez ORE '13
20 Justin Bushman TAC '13
20 Brent Harrison SD '11
20 Michael Munroe SD '11
20 Dennis Hunt TEX '11
20 Richard Dicks MAR '10
20 Walter Lopez BEN '09
20 George Anderson ORE '09
20 Tom Leverett PEN '08
20 Richard Dicks MAR '07
20 John McCasland CLE '07
20 Bobby Grimes SD '07
20 Walter Middleton SD ‘06
19 Glenn Murphy SAC '27
19 Justin Riley CHI '26
19 Gustave Sequin DAL '26
19 Vinny Corleone CGY '25
19 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '25
19 Bryson Redmond WES '25
19 Billy Russell CLE '25
19 Richard Dicks Jr. TEX '24
19 Vinny Corleone CGY '24
19 Joey Morgan CLE '24
19 Bobby Bruno HWD '24
19 Ross Brooks DAL '24
19 Nelson Hawke KNX '24
19 Anthony Green DAL '24
19 Robert Swift CGY '23
19 Bartolo Vera HWD '23
19 Ross Brooks DAL '22
19 Scott Brewer SAC '22
19 Michael Gambino ORE '22
19 Oki Okada BRI '21
19 Joey Morgan CGY '21
19 Richard Dicks, Jr. TEX '20
19 Oki Okada BRI '20
19 Ashton Austin BRI '20
19 Colby Campbell BOS '20
19 Craig Byrd CGY '19
19 Dante Robinson TOR '19
19 Hung-Min-Lo BEN '19
19 Glenn Murphy CHI '18
19 Gino Pauling ASH '18
19 Dennis Hatfield DAL '16
19 James Sousa LA '16
19 Bruce Tucker SD '16
19 Joseph Allen LV '13
19 Marcus Dinges BKN '13
19 Ryan Stacy CHI '13
19 Miles Farrelly CHI '13
19 Richard Dicks MAR '12
19 Joseph Allen LV '11
19 Richard Dicks MAR '11
19 Richard Varney NWK '11
19 James Sousa LA '11
19 Felix Murff SD '10
19 James Sousa LA '09
19 Blaine McDonald CGY '09
19 Isidro Valles LA '09
19 Miles Farrelly CHI '08
19 Gerald Orduna COL '08
19 George Anderson ORE '08
19 John Briones BRI'07
19 Casey George CGY '07
19 Casey George CGY ‘06
19 John McCasland CLE ‘06
19 Christopher Sweet EDM ‘06

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

1.78 Vinny Corleone CGY '21
1.84 Pedro Ramirez BIR '15
1.86 Bobby Grimes SD '14
1.87 Michael Arnett NY '08
1.92 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '27
1.92 Pedro Ramirez ORE '14
1.92 Bobby Grimes SD '13
1.92 Bobby Grimes SD '12
1.96 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '26
1.98 Raul Vargo CAR '13
1.99 Richard Dicks Jr. TEX '21
2.01 Walter Lopez BEN '08
2.03 Joe Tarnowsky SAC '27
2.05 Angel Rodriquez ORE '13
2.05 Pedro Ramirez ORE '13
2.08 Vinny Corleone CGY '22
2.12 Alberto Tovar SD '22
2.15 Vinny Corleone KNX '19
2.15 Pedro Ramirez ORE '10
2.16 Richard Dicks MAR '09
2.17 Marcus Dinges BKN '13
2.18 Vinny Corleone CGY '20
2.21 Bobby Grimes SD '11
2.22 Gustave Sequin DAL '27
2.23 Alberto Tovar SD '21
2.24 Oki Okada BRI '22
2.24 Bobby Bruno MAN '20
2.24 Anthony Puffer LV '13
2.25 Rhett Forrester SD '20
2.26 Anthony Puffer LV '14
2.26 Anthony Puffer LV '12
2.27 Roger Knapper CGY '22
2.27 Stan Pennington ROC '20
2.27 Alberto Tovar SD '19
2.28 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '27
2.29 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '26
2.29 Bobby Grimes SD '17
2.29 Peter Calvillo NY '08
2.30 Joe Tarnowsky SAC '25
2.30 Justin Bushman TAC '13
2.31 Walter Lopez BEN '09
2.33 James Sousa LA '12
2.33 Bobby Grimes SD '09
2.33 Miles Farrelly CHI ‘06
2.35 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '25
2.35 Marcus Dinges BKN '08
2.36 Rusty Hobbs AUG '21
2.37 Brian Woods WBY '25
2.37 Robert Carson TEX '14
2.37 Ryan Stacy CHI '12
2.38 Justin Riley CHI '26
2.39 Raynald Charron TEX '25
2.40 Dennis Hunt TEX '13
2.40 Robert Carson TEX '11
2.41 Marcus Dinges BKN '09
2.41 Michael Arnett ATC ‘06
2.42 Colby Campbell BOS '21
2.42 Robert Swift LA '20
2.42 Kelly Holbrook ROC '20
2.44 Zachariah Tardif POC '14
2.44 Richard Dicks MAR '08
2.45 Billy Russell CLE '25
2.45 James Sousa LA '10
2.45 Roland Clark AUG '06
2.46 Richard Dicks MAR '10
2.47 Craig Byrd CHI '25
2.47 Larry Ensminger BKN '11
2.47 Richard Dicks MAR '07
2.49 Derek Mendoza POR '14
2.50 Bobby Bruno HWD '21
2.51 Bobby Grimes SD '21
2.51 Han Souske TOR '07
2.53 Brett Hawkins LA '19
2.53 Ced Monasterio TEX '11
2.53 Pedro Ramirez ORE '11
2.54 Sean O'Neal KNX '27
2.54 Brett Gann LV '16
2.55 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '25
2.55 Rhett Forrester SD '19
2.55 Steven Yingling CGY '14
2.55 Joseph Allen LV '14
2.56 Richard Hassel SD '16
2.56 Isogorou Chomei CGY '10
2.57 Oscar Diaz TAC '13
2.58 Tom Clifton DAL '21
2.58 James Sousa LA '11
2.59 Justin Bushman ASH '17
2.60 Carl Hartmann AUG '08
2.61 Michael Arnett LA '11
2.62 James Munguia POR '13
2.26 Riley Charboneau LV '26
2.63 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '22
2.63 Antonio Santana BEN '20
2.63 Justin Montgomery ROC '19
2.63 Deangelo Ceja TAC '12
2.63 Bobby Grimes SD '10
2.63 Richard Dicks MAR ‘06
2.64 Ron Jackson CLE '22
2.64 Bobby Grimes SD '18
2.65 Robert Swift LA '19
2.65 Richard Dicks MAR '11
2.67 Alberto Tovar SD '20
2.67 Anibal Vargo Jr. HFD '19
2.68 James Sousa LA '13
2.68 John McCasland NY '08
2.68 Travis Boyd BEN '05
2.68 Michael Arnett ATC '05
2.69 Gerald Orduna HFD '12
2.69 Miles Farrelly CHI '07
2.70 Rusty Hobbs AUG '20
2.71 Antonio Soto ASH '22

INNINGS PITCHED

332.2 Michael Gambino ORE '20
322.0 Michael Gambino ORE '21
316.2 Richard Dicks. Jr TEX '20
315.3 Alberto Tovar SD '21
315.0 Bobby Grimes SD '21
297.0 Richard Dicks MAR '12
291.7 George Anderson ORE '08
290.2 Alberto Tovar SD '20
290.0 Angel Rodriguez '13
289.1 Oki Okada BRI '22
287.0 James Sousa LA '10
286.7 Bobby Grimes SD '12
286.0 Vinny Corleone KNX '19
285.0 Armando Santos TEX '20
284.0 Oki Okada BRI '20
284.7 Bobby Grimes SD '11
281.3 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '27
281.3 Felix Murff SD '13
279.0 Harvey Polk CHI '20
278.3 Joseph Allen LV '14
277.7 Oki Okada BRI '21
277.7 Felix Corchado ORE '14
276.0 Bobby Grimes SD '14
275.7 Derrick Davis TEX '20
275.3 Felix Murff SD '07
274.3 Anthony Puffer LV '14
274.0 James Sousa LA '13
272.2 Oki Okada CHI '26
272.1 Dave Jackson HWD '22
272.0 Bobby Grimes SD '13
272.0 James Sousa LA '13
270.2 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '26
270.0 Alberto Tovar SD '19
271.3 Robert Swift LA '20
271.1 Alberto Tovar SD '22
269.7 Bobby Bruno ORE '20
269.7 Armando Santos TEX '19
269.7 Bill Hightower HFD '15
269.3 Carlos Quintana ORE '21
269.1 Broderick Stewart BRI '25
269.0 Joey Morgan CLE '22
269.0 Joey Morgan CGY '19
269.0 Richard Dicks MAR '08
269.0 Jamie Coop CGY '13
269.0 Anthony Puffer LV '13
268.7 Robert Carson TEX '15
268.3 Robert Swift LA '19
268.3 Hanputon Souske MAR '05
267.7 Kelly Holbrook HFD '19
267.0 Carlos Quintana ORE '20
267.0 Anthony Puffer LV '16
266.3 D'Monte Lewis AST '19
266.3 Dennis Hatfield DAL '17
265.7 Michael Gambino ORE '19
265.0 Glenn Murphy SAC '25
264.7 Vinny Corleone CGY '20
264.2 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '25
264.0 George Anderson ORE '09

STRIKEOUTS

344 Deangelo Ceja TAC '13
324 James Sousa LA '13
319 Angel Rodriquez ORE '13
312 James Sousa LA '12
312 Bobby Grimes SD '12
312 Tom Leverett PEN '08
307 Michael Arnett LA '10
307 Miles Farrelly CHI '10
307 James Sousa LA '09
301 Bobby Grimes SD '10
300 James Sousa LA '10
299 Justin Bushman TAC '13
299 Bobby Grimes SD '11
298 Tom Leverett PEN '07
297 Tom Leverett PEN '05
295 Roland Clark AUG '05
294 Pedro Ramirez ORE '13
294 James Sousa LA '07
293 Bobby Grimes SD '13
291 Ronald Koenig DAL '05
290 Miles Farrelly CHI '09
287 Miles Farrelly CHI '08
287 Michael Arnett CHI '08
286 Danial Hayes AUG '13
286 Miles Farrelly CHI '11
286 Ronald Koenig ASH '07
286 Ronald Koenig DAL ‘06
285 Richard Dicks MAR '08
284 Richard Dicks MAR '12
282 Vinny Corleone KNX '19
280 Bobby Grimes SD '14
279 Miles Farrelly CHI ‘06
278 Deangelo Ceja TAC '14

WALKS/HITS PER INNING

0.81 Bobby Grimes SD '14
0.83 Bobby Grimes SD '11
0.83 Michael Arnett NY '08
0.84 Bobby Grimes SD '12
0.85 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '26
0.85 Bobby Grimes SD '09
0.87 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '27
0.87 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '25
0.87 Oki Okada BRI '22
0.87 Vinny Corleone CGY '21
0.87 Pedro Ramirez ORE '13
0.88 Bobby Grimes SD '13
0.89 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '27
0.90 Stan Pennington ROC '25
0.90 Vinny Corleone CGY '20
0.90 Justin Bushman TAC '13
0.90 Michael Arnett ATC ‘06
0.91 Alan Alexander Anderson LV '25
0.92 Joe Tarnowsky SAC

HOLDS

35 Williams Shoemaker SD '14
31 Joseph Thomas ORE '16
31 Ralph Hecker SD '09
29 Antonio Sanchez ASH '31
29 Luis Santana CHI '21
29 Justin Monks ORE '13
28 Dontrelle Jackson HAW '28
28 Lawrence Jordan ASH '29
28 Fede Ortiz CGY '16
28 Jesus Rodriquez CHI '13
28 Jeremy Lamons BKN '09
27 Kelly Wright TAC '20
27 Luis Martinez ORE '20
27 Michael Hillier NO '18
27 Williams Shoemaker SD '13
27 Ralph Hecker SD '10
26 Troy Sesco ASH '28
26 Bill Oliver ASH '31
26 Jose Jimenez NY '09
26 Erwin Coleman PEN '08
26 Siro Talavera AUG '08
26 Lamont Villatoro AUG '05
25 Dontrelle Jackson HAW '29
25 Chad Carr SEA '26
25 Orlando Medina DAL '22
25 Pedro Cajigas BOS '17
25 Alex Fabregas TEX '07
25 James Yasujiro COL '07
24 Trent Murphy ASH '31
24 Layne Stanley ASH '31
24 Mel Booker KNX '30
24 Odin Dunbar LV '30
24 Scott Williams SEA '29
24 Odin Dunbar LV '29
24 Troy Sesco ASH '29
24 Chad Bryan NY '28
24 Darrell Brown ROC '28
24 Carlos Aguilar TOR '26
24 Manny Silva TOR '19
24 Pedro Cajigas BOS '16
24 Johnathan Morrow NY '08
24 Bernard Camacho BKN '08
24 Theodore Kromer BOS '07
24 Marvin Lister ATC '06
24 Amadeo Ronquillo CHI '06
24 Carlos Osuna BRI '05
24 Ellis Dark MON '05
23 Roy Robinson WES '30
23 Roger Lewis CHI '28
23 Lawrence Jordan ASH '27
23 Angelino Castro ASH '27
23 Dorian Curtis SEA '26
23 Scott Williams SEA '26
23 John Sterling TOR '22
23 Antonio Valdes MON '22
23 Junior Johnson BOS '20
23 Allen Drew COL '18
23 Chauncy Huber LHV '18
23 John Pitzer RUS '17
23 Raymond Dane DAL '16
23 Justin Monks ORE '10
23 Robert Hazlett TEX '15
23 Jesus Rodriguez CHI '14
23 Carl Agin POR '09
23 Lucio Varela ORE '08
23 Salvador Sanchez BEL '07
23 Rolland Colin ATC '05
22 Odin Dunbar LV '31
22 Donald Miller CLE '31
22 Scott Williams SEA '30
22 Larry Thomas DAL '29
22 Roy Robinson WES '28
22 Bob Detty CGY '27
22 Domingo Francisco CGY '27
22 Bradley Malone BEN '27
22 Patrick Donovan NY '22
22 Lawrence Jordan CHI '22
22 Alex Martin ROC '22
22 Michael O'Brien DAL '22
22 Kelly Wright SD '22
22 Angel Soriano AST '21
22 Gregory Gouveia LV '18
22 Angel Gutierrez RUS '16
22 Benji Romo ORE '16
22 David Stoltzfus LV '16
22 Billy Puckett ASH '15
22 Kelvin Miller BIR '14
22 Rich Cox CHI '10
22 Dustin Woodyard BKN '10
22 Mariano Alfaro POC '07
22 Curtis Emond JAX '07
22 Marcus Reiley CLE '06
22 Carlos Osuna BRI '06
22 Benji Quijano TOR '05
21 Emory Sears HAW '27
21 Francisco Leon NY '31
21 Keenan Bowen ASH '30
21 Bob Detty CGY '30
21 Jim Bentley TOR '29
21 Jorge Aguilar SEA '28
21 Bob Detty CGY '25
21 Luis Martinez CGY '25
21 Andrew Walker HAW '22
21 Bill Webber BEN '22
21 Carlos Aguilar TOR '19
21 Joel Haynes TAC '21
21 Albert Escudero SAC '18
21 Juan Lopez ASH '18
21 Ralph Hecker TOR '17
21 Daniel Troup POC '16
21 Cristian Cuadrado LV '15
21 Mark Ward CAR '13
21 Adam Haack JAX '10
21 Chiohiko Morie MCW '15
21 Brian Studdard BRI '07
20 Jose Romero KNX '31
20 Felix Urbina TB '31
20 Kevin Stewart BEN '31
20 Bob Detty CGY '31
20 Franklin Ward BOS '29
20 Roger Lewis CHI '29
20 Scott Williams SEA '28
20 Troy Sesco ASH '27
20 Trent Murphy KNX '27
20 Aaron Vukevich CHI '27
20 Bob Detty CGY '26
20 Orlando Medina DAL '26
20 Jake Jackson CLE '26
20 Chad Bryan NY '25
20 Dez Jordan ASH '25
20 Michael O'Brien DAL '25
20 Bernard Perrini WBY '25
20 Ed Hartz ASH '22
20 Sean Powell TOR '21
20 Carlos Aguilar WBY '21
20 Patrick Donovan NY '21
20 Mike Browning ORE '20
20 Michael Steffans AUG '19
20 Jermaine Relyea BRI '18
20 Rodney Padron NO '18
20 John Bostick CHI '
20 Jarred Whitefield NO '17
20 Lloyd Warren ORE '17
20 Francis Butkin TOR '17
20 Timothy Brown DAL '16
20 Nicolas Brown AUG '16

SAVES

59 Juan Rivera DAL '22
54 Cedric Issacson LV '28
53 William Randazzo CHI '18
53 Bill Hyer SD '14
51 Keith Patterson WBY '25
50 Willie R. DeMarco SD '21
50 Richard Lynch POR '09
50 Cedric Issacson LV '23
49 Juan Rivera DAL '26
49 Willie Roger DeMarco SD '24
49 Kerry Powell BOS '20
48 Willie R. DeMarco SD '22
48 Earl Long ROC '22
48 Earl Long ROC '20
48 Brian Studdard BRI '14
48 John Campbell CGY '13
47 Barrett Jenkins BRI '31
47 Todd Newell HAW '29
47 Frank Emery LV '16
47 Dominick Sheehan PEN '09
46 Keith Patterson WBY '26
46 Cory Larson CGY '25
46 Juan Rivera DAL '23
46 Andrew Stephens ORE '22
46 Andrew Stephens ORE '21
46 Manny Torres LA '20
46 Andrew Stephens ORE '20
46 Kendall Hayes BEN '20
46 Darrick Agosto SAC '18
46 Richard Bell BRI '17
46 Pat Lauterbach POC '14
46 Mathew Chow BOS '11
46 Tyson Wieland AUG '08
45 Cedric Issacson LV '30
45 Andrew Stephens DAL '29
45 Ron Orr CHI '26
45 Steven Pfleuger CLE '26
45 Alex Martin ROC '25
45 Miguel Rivera BOS '23
45 Barrett Jenkins CGY '22
45 Barrett Jenkins CGY '21
45 Manny Silva TOR '21
45 Trent Murphy KNX '20
45 Dontrelle Jackson TEX '20
45 Michael Harper DAL '16
45 Lloyd Warren ORE '13
45 Bill Hyer SD '12
45 Brian Studdard BRI '12
45 Frank Emery LV '11
44 John Coburn CGY '31
44 Barrett Jenkins BRI '29
44 Kerry Powell WES '28
44 Andrew Steele NY '25
44 Barrett Jenkins CGY '23
44 Terry Brown TOR '23
44 Barrett Jenkins CGY '20
44 Larry Asmus NO '18
44 Frank Emery LV '17
44 Richard Lynch MAR '14
44 Bill Hyer SD '13
44 Brian Nedd TAC '05
43 Todd Newell HAW '30
43 John Raynor SAC '27
43 Juan Rivera DAL '25
43 Barrett Jenkins ASH '26
43 Dez Jordan ASH '24
43 Juan Rivera DAL '24
43 Alex Martin ROC '24
43 Pat Carver AST '21
43 Alfredo Cardillo BIR '17
43 Pedro Poulos BKN '08
43 Aaron Bennett COL '07
42 Francisco Leon NY '30
42 Willie R. DeMarco SEA '30
42 Richard Beatty ORE '29
42 Jake Jackson DL '20
42 Luis Martinez BEN '29
42 Jimmy Kenney CHI '28
42 Dez Jordan ASH '22
42 Michael Steffens AUG '22
42 Kerry Powell BOS '21
42 Kelvin Wilson WBY '21
42 Richard Bell BRI '16
42 Frank Emery LV '13
42 Alex Fabregas TEX '11
41 Dez Jordan ASH '30
41 Juan Bermudez BOS '30
41 Dez Jordan ASH '28
41 Chris Ross KNX '28
41 Keith Patterson WBY '27
41 Dez Jordan ASH '27
41 Steven Pfleuger CLE '27
41 Juan Carlos Bermudez BOS '26
41 Cedric Issacson LV '26
41 Jake Jackson CLE '24
41 Kelvin Wilson WBY '23
41 Eric Kelley SAC '23
41 Billy R. Mendette CLE '22
41 Miguel Rivera BOS '22
41 Dontrelle Jackson TEX '21
41 Aaron Vukevich CHI '20
41 Michael Harper DAL '14
41 Frank Emery LV '14
41 Richard Lynch MAR '13
41 Alex Fabregas TEX '10
41 Brian Studdard BRI '09
41 Mathew Chow BOS '09
41 Marcus Reiley NY '08
41 Bill Hyer SD '09
41 Mathew Chow BOS '07
40 Steven Pfleuger TB '30
40 Kerry Powell WES '30
40 Dez Jordan ASH '29
40 Cedric Issacson LV '29
40 Keith Patterson WBY '28
40 Willie Roger DeMarco SEA '27
40 Barrett Jenkins ASH '25
40 Andrew Steele NY '24
40 Andrew Walker WES '24
40 Kelvin Wilson WBY '24
40 Dez Jordan ASH '23
40 Kendall Hayes BEN '22
40 Michael Steffens AUG '21
40 Kendall Hayes BEN '21
40 Andrew Steele NY '21
40 Pat Carver AST '20
40 Andrew Steele NY '20
40 Lester Almarez CGY '18
40 Lester Almarez CGY '17
40 Alvin Banks LA '16
40 Bill Hyer SD '16
40 William Randazzo CHI '16
40 Michael Harper DAL '13
40 William Cimino CHI '10
40 John Campbell CGY '10
40 Thomas Lawrence BEN '09
40 Aaron Bennett COL ‘06

 
 
 
 
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