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DALLAS' MORRIS & TAMPA BAY'S BOLES NAMED MAY 2033 PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

DALLAS' MORRIS & TAMPA BAY'S BOLES NAMED MAY 2033 PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

When Vincent Morris stepped up to the plate in May, he did it with confidence and today he was honored with the Union League Batter of the Month award.

The young Dallas center fielder posted a .328 batting average with 6 home runs, 23 RBIs and scored 17 runs. Morris also worked pitchers for 3 walks to post a .342 on-base percentage.

This season Morris is batting .315 with 57 hits and 8 home runs. He has scored 24 times and has 32 RBI.

Nobody was better with the bat in May!

Jake Boles caught everyone's attention with some hot hitting and today he came away with the Batter of the Month award.

Tampa Bay's right fielder put together a solid month with a .364 batting average, 12 home runs, 29 RBIs and 25 runs scored.

Thus far this season in 53 games Boles is batting .346 with 22 home runs, 54 RBIs and 47 runs scored. He has 73 hits in 211 at-bats.

 
SEAWOLVES' VINCI & LUMBERKINGS' SLY WIN MAY 2033 PITCHERS OF THE MONTH HONORS

SEAWOLVES' VINCI & LUMBERKINGS' SLY WIN MAY 2033 PITCHERS OF THE MONTH HONORS

Veteran Brock Vinci put together quite a successful stretch in May for the Seattle Seawolves, earning himself the Union League Pitcher of the Month award.

Vinci racked up a 5-0 record in 6 starts, posting a 1.88 ERA over 48 innings and striking out 42.

This year Vinci has compiled a 8-2 mark with a 1.89 ERA.

Dana Sly has made fans throughout SIM Baseball League take notice over the past month with an exceptional 5-0 record. No pitcher in the Syndicate League threw better in May, garnering him the Pitcher of the Month award today.

In 6 starts Sly compiled a 2.51 ERA, putting up a 5-0 record, striking out 16 and tossing 43 innings.

In 12 starts this season Sly has rung up a 10-1 record and a 2.20 ERA.

 
OREGON'S BLAKE & CHICAGO'S CARMONA NAMED 2033 SIM 9 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

OREGON'S BLAKE & CHICAGO'S CARMONA NAMED 2033 SIM 9 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Brian Blake, the Oregon right fielder, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Union League Player of the Week honors.

Blake piled up 9 hits in 15 at-bats, 4 home runs and 6 RBIs while hitting .600.

So far this season Blake has 10 home runs and a .311 batting average.

Julio Carmona is respected by most Chicago Hitmen fans for his no-frills style of play. The 26-year-old right fielder went about his business with vigor last week to grab the Syndicate League Player of the Week honors.

He compiled a .417 average (10-24) with 3 home runs, 9 RBIs and 6 runs scored.

So far this year Carmona is batting .273 with 17 home runs, 46 RBIs and 32 runs scored.

2033 SIM 9 NEWS:

Monday, June 6th, 2033

RF Brian Blake of the Oregon Pioneers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

RF Julio Carmona of the Chicago Hitmen honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Wednesday, June 1st, 2033

CF Vincent Morris of the Dallas Texans honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Batter of the Month Award.  

RF Jake Boles of the Tampa Bay Silverbacks honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Batter of the Month Award.

SP Brock Vinci of the Seattle Seawolves honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Pitcher of the Month Award.  

SP Dana Sly of the Knoxville Lumberkings honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Pitcher of the Month Award.  

2B Daniel Veldez of the New York Enforcers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Rookie of the Month Award.

2B Darren Peters of the Chicago Hitmen honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Rookie of the Month Award.  

Asheville Smokies: Billy Goodwin goes 5-5 against the Las Vegas Hustlers, with 2 RBI and 3 R.  

Monday, May 30th, 2033

Seattle Seawolves: Nico Scordos pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Bend Bandits with 8 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!  

Calgary Clippers: Antonio Oliva goes 5-5 against the Toronto Rush, with 2 2B, 0 RBI and 2 R.  

Chicago Hitmen: Joe Tarnowsky pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Rochester Roosters with 6 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!

2033 SIM 9 MAJOR INJURIES:

Saturday, June 4th, 2033

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: Kyle Hunter has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 weeks. 

Thursday, June 2nd, 2033

Bend Bandits: MR Jeremy Westover was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: partially torn labrum. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.

Oregon Pioneers: LF Bobby Papesh was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: fractured wrist. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.  

Sacramento Giants: SP Gustave Seguin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: torn triceps. He's expected to miss about 4 months.  

Tuesday, May 31st, 2033

Hollywood Stars: SP Bryan McCasson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: partially torn UCL (Tommy John surgery). He's expected to miss about 9 months.

2033 SIM 9 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Thursday, June 2nd, 2033

Hawaii Pineapples: Signed 1B Roger Marcum to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $56,560,000.

 
CALGARY'S JACKSON & BOSTON'S DAWSON NAB 2033 SIM 8 WEEKLY HONORS

CALGARY'S JACKSON & BOSTON'S DAWSON NAB 2033 SIM 8 WEEKLY HONORS

Huge Injury In Tight SL East As Direwolves Star Outfielder Brady Underwood Out For Two Months

Deer Lake lost star outfielder Brady Underwood (above) for two months in 2033 SIM 8 with a severe hamstring injury.  The former #3 overall pick of the 2022 SIMBL Draft and three-time All-Star was off to one of the best starts of his career hitting .292 with 14 HR and 38 RBI in his first 45 games of the 2033 SIMBL season.

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Tad Jackson, the Calgary second baseman, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Union League Player of the Week honors.

Jackson piled up 14 hits in 27 at-bats, 1 home run and 8 RBIs while hitting .519.

Jackson is hitting at a .370 mark this season. His stats show 3 home runs, 31 RBIs and 40 runs scored. He has played 49 games for the Clippers.

At the age of 28, Steven Dawson might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Boston catcher put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .500 batting average. For his efforts Dawson collected the Syndicate League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 11 hits in 22 at-bats, 2 home runs and 8 RBIs last week in 6 games.

This season Dawson is batting .315 with 57 hits, 5 home runs, 24 RBIs, .370 OBP and has scored 29 runs.

2033 SIM 8 NEWS:

Monday, May 30th, 2033

2B Tad Jackson of the Calgary Clippers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.

C Steven Dawson of the Boston Revolution honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, May 29th, 2033

Calgary Clippers: Jason Chapman pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Texas Roadrunners with 6 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!  

Toronto Rush: Michael Lonewolf hits three home runs against the Dallas Texans, going 3-5 with 4 RBI and 3 runs scored!  

Knoxville Lumberkings: Bryce Hunter goes 5-5 against the Las Vegas Hustlers, with 1 2B, 1 RBI and 3 R.  

Saturday, May 28th, 2033

San Diego Warewolves: Michael Martin pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Hollywood Stars with 7 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!  

Friday, May 27th, 2033

Calgary Clippers: Mohammed Alvarez pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Texas Roadrunners with 5 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!  

Wednesday, May 25th, 2033

Oregon Pioneers: Bartolo Vera pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Westbury Cannons with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!

2033 SIM 8 MAJOR INJURIES:

Thursday, May 26th, 2033

Hawaii Pineapples: MR Greg Benjamin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: sprained elbow. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.  

Tuesday, May 24th, 2033

Deer Lake Direwolves: CF Brady Underwood was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 2 months.

2033 SIM 8 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Monday, May 30th, 2033

Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed CL Chris Ross to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $21,000,000.  

Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed SP Reggie Richardson to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $4,600,000.  

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed CF Brady Underwood to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $64,000,000.  
Sunday, May 29th, 2033

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed MR Kevin Stewart to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $3,300,000.  

Friday, May 27th, 2033

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed LF Drake Fullerton to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $8,000,000.  

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed MR Chris Townend to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $8,000,000.  

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed C Riley Nunn to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $3,600,000. 

 
OREGON'S SHI & TAMPA BAY'S BOLES WIN 2033 SIM 7 WEEKLY HONORS

OREGON'S SHI & TAMPA BAY'S BOLES WIN 2033 SIM 7 WEEKLY HONORS

SL West Upstart Stars Upgrade Offense & Defense Landing Santino DaBramo From Cannons

Veteran Ju-Won Shi had a great week at the plate for the Pioneers to capture the majority of votes for Player of the Week in the Union League.

The 33-year-old Oregon first baseman built a .560 average on the strength of 14 hits in 25 at-bats, 2 home runs and 8 RBIs.

Looking at his present stats, Shi has compiled a .363 batting average in 38 games with a .429 on-base percentage, while hitting 4 home runs and driving in 15 runs.

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Jake Boles, the Tampa Bay right fielder, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Syndicate League Player of the Week honors.

Boles piled up 14 hits in 25 at-bats, 3 home runs and 8 RBIs while hitting .560.

In 44 games this season Boles has compiled a .345 batting average with 61 hits and 19 home runs. He has also scored 39 times and knocked in 49 runs.

2033 SIM 7 NEWS:

Monday, May 23rd, 2033

1B Ju-Won Shi of the Oregon Pioneers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.

RF Jake Boles of the Tampa Bay Silverbacks honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Monday, May 16th, 2033

Whitby Battalion: Jimmy Dietz pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Texas Roadrunners with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed! 

2033 SIM 7 MAJOR INJURIES:

Saturday, May 21st, 2033

Bristol Owls: 2B Eduardo Rivera was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: hip strain. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.

2033 SIM 7 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Monday, May 23rd, 2033

The Hollywood Stars traded 28-year-old reliever Jeff Parsons and 24-year-old minor league starting pitcher Jose Guzman to the Westbury Cannons, getting 28-year-old second baseman Santino DaBramo and 33-year-old reliever Steve Morrison in return.  

Friday, May 20th, 2033

Whitby Battalion: Signed 2B Scott Porter to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $10,500,000.  

Thursday, May 19th, 2033

Bristol Owls: Signed 3B Carlos Hernandez to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $5,000,000.  

Hollywood Stars: Signed MR Jeff Parsons to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $3,520,000.

 
CANNONS' BROWN BECOMES THIRD PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY WITH 2500 HITS, CLOSING IN AS NEW ALL-TIME HIT KING
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS UPDATED

CANNONS' BROWN BECOMES THIRD PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY WITH 2500 HITS, CLOSING IN AS NEW ALL-TIME HIT KING

Westbury's Matthew Brown (above) makes SIMBL history in 2033 SIM 6 by becoming only the third player in league history to achieve 2500 career hits.  The 33 year-old is now 57 hits away from tying SIMBL Hall Of Famer Lucas Espitia's SIMBL career record of 2557 career hits achieved in the SIMBL New File Era from 2005-2017.  Brown is an eight-time All-Star and six-time Gold Glove recipient and played with Calgary from 2019-2030 after being the Clippers' sixth round draft pick in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft.  In a surprising and unexpected economic move Calgary GM Christian DeMarco didn't pick up the option for Brown for the 2031 season leaving both sides polarized.  The SIMBL's all-time stolen base king and future Hall Of Famer then signed a 4-year $64,000,000 deal with Westbury GM Bill Atteberry and led the Cannons last season in posting one of the best team batting averages in SIMBL history.  Brown was the youngest player to win a SIMBL batting title and has won two UL batting titles and has posted nine 180+ hit seasons in his 15-season SIMBL career and helped lead the Clippers to three SIMBL CS appearances and two SIMBL championships.

"It would have been a lot nicer if my 2500th hit had won the game," said Matthew Brown after the Westbury Cannons had been tripped up by the Cleveland Brownies, 3-1, spoiling his big day. The Cannons right fielder gained access to the exclusive 2500-hit club by going 3-for-4 in the game played at Canford Park.

"The standing ovation by the fans is not something I will ever forget," Brown said to the press after the game. "I think even the Brownies fans were cheering me."

To date Brown has a .290 career batting average and has totaled 267 home runs.

SIMBL CAREER HITS LEADERS & 2000 HIT CLUB
AS OF THE 5/16/2033 LEAGUE DATE:
*-Indicates Active Player
1. 2557 Lucas Espitia San Diego/New Orleans 2005-2018  
2. 2545 Manny Martinez Los Angeles 2005-2018  
3. 2500 Matthew Brown Calgary/Westbury 2019-2033 *
4. 2443 Zachery Dye New York/Hawaii/Hollywood 2019-2033 *
5. 2439 Miguel Espinoza Tacoma-Cleveland 2019-2033 *
6. 2337 Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2033 *
7. 2332 Carlos Molina Calgary/Hawaii/Las Vegas 2019-2033 *
8. 2319 Robert Campbell Bristol/Calgary/San Diego 2005-2018  
9. 2306 Jaime Gonzalez Texas/Manhattan Beach-Dalton 2005-2018  
10. 2298 Tony Aguilar Hartford/Dallas/Boston 2019-2033 *

2232 Michael Caldwell Boston/Bend/Bristol 2019-2033 *
2216 Julian Winfield Rochester/Las Vegas/San Diego/Tampa Bay 2019-2033 *
2213 Richard Cummings Oregon 2006-2018  
2204 Osvaldo Quijada Texas/Los Angeles/Lowell2006-2018  
2191 Taitarou Haranobu Oregon/Toronto/Calgary 2005-2017
2124 Eugene Pelzer Bend/Chicago 2005-2018
2100 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017
2061 Michael Lonewolf Tacoma-Cleveland/Calgary/Toronto 2020-2033 *
2059 Albert Price 2005-2018
2029 Toby Gibson Sacramento/Whitby/San Diego/Deer Lake 2019-2033 *
 
TEXAS' MARTIN & LAS VEGAS' GUILLEN NAMED 2033 SIM 6 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

TEXAS' MARTIN & LAS VEGAS' GUILLEN NAMED 2033 SIM 6 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Four-Time Defending SL Central Division Champion Silverbacks Racked With Injuries, Lose Former 2031 SL MROTY Felix Urbina For Three Months

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Dennis Martin, the Texas right fielder, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Union League Player of the Week honors.

Martin piled up 9 hits in 18 at-bats, 2 home runs and 4 RBIs while hitting .500.

For the year Martin is batting .280 with 8 home runs, 21 RBIs and 27 runs scored.

At the age of 26, Bernardo Guillen might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Las Vegas right fielder put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .400 batting average. For his efforts Guillen collected the Syndicate League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 10 hits in 25 at-bats, 3 home runs and 7 RBIs last week in 6 games.

This season Guillen has hit at a .227 clip and produced 28 RBI, 6 home runs and 22 runs.

2033 SIM 6 NEWS:

Monday, May 16th, 2033

RF Dennis Martin of the Texas Roadrunners honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

RF Bernardo Guillen of the Las Vegas Hustlers honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, May 15th, 2033


Hollywood Stars: Juan Santos goes 5-6 against the Asheville Smokies, with 1 2B, 1 HR, 1 RBI and 2 R.

Westbury Cannons: Matthew Brown gets his 2500th career hit!  

Saturday, May 14th, 2033

Bend Bandits: Shane Hollingsworth pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Toronto Rush with 6 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!  

Wednesday, May 11th, 2033

Knoxville Lumberkings: Dennis Richards pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Boston Revolution with 7 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!  

Tuesday, May 10th, 2033

New York Enforcers: Daniel Veldez hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Cleveland Brownies, with 3 RBI and 3 runs scored.

Calgary Clippers: Ramon Vasquez pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Westbury Cannons with 5 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!

2033 SIM 6 MAJOR INJURIES:

Sunday, May 15th, 2033

Hollywood Stars: CL John Raynor was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: forearm tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.  

Thursday, May 12th, 2033

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: SP Harry Maxwell was injured while falling off his tractor. The Diagnosis: intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.  

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: 2B Kyle Hunter was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: sprained thumb. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.  

Wednesday, May 11th, 2033

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: MR Felix Urbina was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: torn flexor tendon (elbow). He's expected to miss about 8 months.

2033 SIM 6 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, May 13th, 2033

Bend Bandits: Signed LF Eddie Gale to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $7,500,000.

Hollywood Stars: Signed MR Alan Pullman to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $3,560,000.

 
BANDITS' GALE & PINEAPPLES' MARCUM EARN 2033 SIM 5 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

BANDITS' GALE & PINEAPPLES' MARCUM EARN 2033 SIM 5 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

At the age of 32, Eddie Gale might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Bend left fielder put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .483 batting average. For his efforts Gale collected the Union League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 14 hits in 29 at-bats, 2 home runs and 6 RBIs last week in 6 games.

Gale is hitting .351 this year with 5 home runs, 13 RBIs and 15 runs scored. He has 26 hits in 74 at-bats, 5 walks and a .400 on-base percentage. Gale has played in 22 games.

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Roger Marcum, the Hawaii first baseman, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Syndicate League Player of the Week honors.

Marcum piled up 9 hits in 20 at-bats, 6 home runs and 15 RBIs while hitting .450.

In his stats this season, Marcum has posted a batting average of .352 with 43 hits in 122 at-bats, 18 home runs and 35 RBIs. He has also scored 29 runs, walked 12 times and compiled a .401 OBP.

2033 SIM 5 NEWS:

Monday, May 9th, 2033

LF Eddie Gale of the Bend Bandits honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

1B Roger Marcum of the Hawaii Pineapples honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Saturday, May 7th, 2033

Texas Roadrunners: Eric Richards pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Cleveland Brownies with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!  

Bend Bandits: Eddie Gale hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Whitby Battalion, with 2 RBI and 4 runs scored.  

Thursday, May 5th, 2033

Bristol Owls: Steven Lee pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Toronto Rush with 8 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!  

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2033

Bristol Owls: Durante Montero pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Toronto Rush with 6 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!  

Rochester Roosters: George Bowman pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Knoxville Lumberkings with 5 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!  

Monday, May 2nd, 2033

Oregon Pioneers: Greg Chapin pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Texas Roadrunners with 8 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!

2033 SIM 5 MAJOR INJURIES:

Wednesday, May 4th, 2033

Toronto Rush: CF Hugh Ward was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: broken kneecap. He's expected to miss about 5 months.

Hollywood Stars: CF Blair Schmidt was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.  

Monday, May 2nd, 2033

Oregon Pioneers: CF Alton Price was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.

2033 SIM 5 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, May 6th, 2033

Hawaii Pineapples: Signed CL Todd Newell to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $14,500,000.  

Dallas Texans: Signed MR James Rudolph to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $2,200,000.  

Rochester Roosters: Signed CL Otto Orf to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $23,010,000.

 
BATTALION'S RED-HOT PORTER & SILVERBACKS' SIZZLING BOLES NAMED APRIL 2033 PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

BATTALION'S RED-HOT PORTER & SILVERBACKS' SIZZLING BOLES NAMED APRIL 2033 PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

Seasoned by several years of professional experience, 26-year-old Scott Porter put together a solid offensive month for Whitby and was crowned April's top batter in the Union League.

He batted .326 with 7 home runs, 21 RBIs and 23 runs scored.

One of the more consistent batters in April, Tampa Bay right fielder Jake Boles grabbed Syndicate League Batter of the Month honors by hitting .327 with 33 hits in 101 at-bats.

He racked up 10 home runs and 25 RBIs, scored 22 runs.

 
WHITBY'S PATTERSON & KNOXVILLE'S SLY NAMED APRIL 2033 PITCHERS OF THE MONTH

WHITBY'S PATTERSON & KNOXVILLE'S SLY NAMED APRIL 2033 PITCHERS OF THE MONTH

Veteran Keith Patterson put together quite a successful stretch in April for the Whitby Battalion, earning himself the Union League Pitcher of the Month award.

Patterson racked up a 5-0 record in 5 starts, posting a 2.59 ERA over 41.2 innings and striking out 21.

Dana Sly has made fans throughout SIM Baseball League take notice over the past month with an exceptional 5-1 record. No pitcher in the Syndicate League threw better in April, garnering him the Pitcher of the Month award today.

In 6 starts Sly compiled a 1.91 ERA, putting up a 5-1 record, striking out 11 and tossing 47 innings.

 
CANNONS' RIVERA & SILVERBACKS' SANTOS EARN 2033 SIM 4 WEEKLY HONORS

CANNONS' RIVERA & SILVERBACKS' SANTOS EARN 2033 SIM 4 WEEKLY HONORS

One of the league's most exciting young players, Francisco Rivera of the Westbury Cannons earned himself Union League Player of the Week honors with a standout performance in last week's games.

For the week the 24-year-old center fielder had a lofty .448 average (13-29), collecting 2 home runs, 9 RBIs and 8 runs scored.

Rivera is hitting .310 for the season with 6 home runs, 23 RBIs and 20 runs scored. He has 31 hits in 100 at-bats and played in 25 games.

At the age of 27, Valentin Santos might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Tampa Bay second baseman put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .385 batting average. For his efforts Santos collected the Syndicate League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 10 hits in 26 at-bats, 4 home runs and 5 RBIs last week in 7 games.

So far this season Santos is batting .308 with 6 home runs.

2033 SIM 4 NEWS:

Monday, May 2nd, 2033

CF Francisco Rivera of the Westbury Cannons honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

2B Valentin Santos of the Tampa Bay Silverbacks honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, May 1st, 2033

2B Scott Porter of the Whitby Battalion honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Batter of the Month Award.  

RF Jake Boles of the Tampa Bay Silverbacks honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Batter of the Month Award.  

SP Keith Patterson of the Whitby Battalion honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Pitcher of the Month Award.

SP Dana Sly of the Knoxville Lumberkings honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Pitcher of the Month Award.  

SP Dan Flowers of the Westbury Cannons honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Rookie of the Month Award.

RF Vinny Padilla of the Rochester Roosters honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Rookie of the Month Award.  

Saturday, April 30th, 2033

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: Kevin Schmidt pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Deer Lake Direwolves with 3 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!

Bristol Owls: Kendall Sampson goes 5-6 against the Seattle Seawolves, with 1 2B, 0 RBI and 2 R.  

Thursday, April 28th, 2033

Bend Bandits: Jose Ayala pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Oregon Pioneers with 8 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!  

Wednesday, April 27th, 2033

Texas Roadrunners: Dennis Martin hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Toronto Rush, with 2 RBI and 3 runs scored.  

Tuesday, April 26th, 2033

Whitby Battalion: Keith Patterson pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Bristol Owls with 5 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!  

Monday, April 25th, 2033

Boston Revolution: Paul Prowant goes 5-5 against the Rochester Roosters, with 2 2B, 1 HR, 3 RBI and 3 R.

2033 SIM 4 MAJOR INJURIES:

Sunday, May 1st, 2033

Bend Bandits: C Julio Medina was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: strained oblique. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.

Saturday, April 30th, 2033

Sacramento Giants: CF Vito Veta was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: shoulder tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.

2033 SIM 4 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Tuesday, April 26th, 2033

Rochester Roosters: Claimed SS Aaron Melbourne off waivers from Deer Lake.  

Hollywood Stars: Claimed 2B Angel Orozco off waivers from Hawaii.

 
HITMEN'S KRAMER BECOMES NINTH PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY TO HIT 400 CAREER HOMERS; HUSTLERS' CHAULK JOINS 300 HOME RUN CLUB
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS UPDATED

HITMEN'S KRAMER BECOMES NINTH PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY TO HIT 400 CAREER HOMERS; HUSTLERS' CHAULK JOINS 300 HOME RUN CLUB

Chicago slugger Matt Kramer (above) rounds the bases after making SIMBL history in 2033 SIM 3 by becoming only the 9th player in league history to hit 400 career home runs.  The 34 year-old was a former 11th round pick of the Hitmen in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft and played his first 5.5 seasons with Chicago before being dealt to Bristol in the big Oki Okada trade in 2026.  The three-time All-Star starred for the Owls for another 8.5 seasons before rejoining the Hitmen during last off-season's free agency.

A big sigh of relief erupted from Matt Kramer after he hit his 400th career homer. The Chicago left fielder said, "I'm glad it's over...now I can go back to just playing baseball."

It was quite a day for Kramer. He got his name in the league record books with 1 hit, 2 RBI, scored 2 runs and his team, the Chicago Hitmen beat the Rochester Roosters 8-5.

Kramer knew it when he hit it. He raised his hands in the air, then ran the bases like a high school player, clapping and grinning.

He told reporters in the postgame interview, "I was acting goofy running the bases... but it was my 400th home run."

"It was great," his manager said. "He stood there and watched it...we all did. You just felt it was coming...you just had a sense he would hit it soon. He has been having a lot of good at-bats. It was great to get it out of the way."

Over his career Kramer has batted .248 and collected 1709 hits, 400 home runs and 1151 RBIs.

CURRENT SIMBL 400 CAREER HOME RUN CLUB
AS OF THE 4/25/2033 LEAGUE DATE:
*-Indicates Active Player
1. 564 Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2033 *
2. 561 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017
3. 550 Tony Aguilar Hartford/Dallas/Boston 2019-2033 *
4. 531 Carlos Molina Calgary/Hawaii/Las Vegas 2019-2033 *
5. 432 Troy Baca Las Vegas/New York/Deer Lake/Bend/Knoxville 2011-2018, 2024-2033 *
6. 424 Julian Winfield Rochester/San Diego/Las Vegas/Tampa Bay 2020-2033 *
7. 415 Taki Taketo San Diego/Rochester/Knoxville/Hollywood/Boston 2019-2033 *
8. 404 Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2033 *
9. 400 Matt Kramer Chicago/Bristol 2019-2033 *

Long-time Las Vegas staple Carl Chaulk (above right) is congratulated at home plate after becoming the latest player to join the SIMBL career 300 home run club in 2033 SIM 3.  The 31 year-old was the former #3 overall pick in the 2020 SIMBL Draft.  He joined the SIMBL in 2023 winning the SL Rookie Of The Year Award and has manned third base for the Hustlers ever since.  The four-time All-Star becomes only the 30th player in the SIMBL's 29-season history to achieve the 300 home run plateau.  Chaulk is off to perhaps the finest start of his 12-season career hitting .345 with 5 HR and 15 RBI with a 1.023 OPS in his first 19 games of the 2033 SIMBL season.

Las Vegas's outstanding third baseman Carl Chaulk joined the 300 home run club today at Cobb Field with a booming blast in the Hustlers win over the Silverbacks. They topped Tampa Bay 5-2.

On his milestone day Chaulk had 1 hit in 3 at-bats with 1 run batted in and 2 runs scored.

Tongue-in-cheek he told the press, "Don't tell me when I get close to the next milestone. Just tell me after I reach it. It will be easier to hit that way."

Chaulk has played in 1607 games with a .246 career batting average and 1512 hits. He also has scored 890 runs and driven in 983 runs with 300 home runs.

 
BEND'S DANIELS & D-WOLVES' UNDERWOOD NAB 2033 SIM 3 WEEKLY AWARDS

BEND'S DANIELS & D-WOLVES' UNDERWOOD NAB 2033 SIM 3 WEEKLY AWARDS

Injury-Plagued SIM Hands Several Teams Long-Term Injuries; Chicago's Matt Kramer Becomes Only Ninth Player In SIMBL History To Hit 400 Career Homers; Las Vegas' Carl Chaulk Latest To Join 300 Home Run Club

Sean Daniels demonstrated his potential to be a star in the game last week and today he took home the Union League Player of the Week Award.

The Bend first baseman wreaked havoc on opposing pitchers last week, pounding them for a .423 average (11-26) with 3 home runs and 7 RBIs on his way to claiming the honor.

This season Daniels is batting at a .310 clip with 6 home runs and 18 RBIs.

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Brady Underwood, the Deer Lake center fielder, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Syndicate League Player of the Week honors.

Underwood piled up 12 hits in 24 at-bats, 5 home runs and 11 RBIs while hitting .500.

So far this season, Underwood has recorded a .351 batting average with 26 hits, 7 home runs, 17 RBIs, 15 runs scored and a .402 OBP.

2033 SIM 3 NEWS:

Monday, April 25th, 2033

1B Sean Daniels of the Bend Bandits honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

CF Brady Underwood of the Deer Lake Direwolves honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, April 24th, 2033

Chicago Hitmen: Matt Kramer launches his 400th career home run!  

San Diego Warewolves: David Jackson got suspended 4 games after ejection following a brawl.

Sacramento Giants: Ivan Mora got suspended 4 games after ejection following a brawl.  

Saturday, April 23rd, 2033

Las Vegas Hustlers: Carl Chaulk launches his 300th career home run!  

Wednesday, April 20th, 2033

Texas Roadrunners: Dalton Jarvis pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Toronto Rush with 6 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!  

Monday, April 18th, 2033

Bristol Owls: Kendrick Templeton goes 5-5 against the Westbury Cannons, with 2 2B, 1 HR, 5 RBI and 3 R.  

Toronto Rush: Kelly Martin pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Texas Roadrunners with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!

2033 SIM 3 MAJOR INJURIES:

Sunday, April 24th, 2033

Toronto Rush: CF Ramon Cruz was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: quadriceps strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.

Saturday, April 23rd, 2033

Calgary Clippers: CF Carlos Rosa was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: fractured thumb. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.

Thursday, April 21st, 2033

Seattle Seawolves: 3B Bobby Lucas was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.  

Tuesday, April 19th, 2033

Boston Revolution: SS Christopher Stevens was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: partially torn labrum. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks. 

Cleveland Brownies: SP Tim Jones was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: biceps tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 7-8 weeks.

Bend Bandits: LF Kevin Young was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: bone bruise (knee). He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.  

Monday, April 18th, 2033

Bend Bandits: SP Leon Haywood was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: elbow ligament reconstruction surgery. He's expected to miss about 9 months.  

Las Vegas Hustlers: DH Carlos Molina was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: chronic back soreness. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.

2033 SIM 3 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Wednesday, April 20th, 2033

Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent SP Tristian Thomas to a minor league contract.

Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent MR Alfonso Arevalo to a minor league contract.

Hawaii Pineapples: Signed free agent SS David Gentry to a minor league contract.  

Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent MR Dave O'Quinn to a minor league contract.

 
CALGARY'S MCALISTER CLUBS CAREER HOME RUN #562, IS NEW SIMBL ALL-TIME HOME RUN KING
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS UPDATED

CALGARY'S MCALISTER CLUBS CAREER HOME RUN #562, IS NEW SIMBL ALL-TIME HOME RUN KING

Calgary teammates take to the field to chase their captain Colt McAlister (above center) after McAlister hit his 562nd SIMBL home run to take over from SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles as the new SIMBL career home run king.  The former 8-time SL MVP Ryles led the SIMBL in all-time home runs since his retirement after the 2017 season and was a record many SIMBL followers once thought would never be broken.

Calgary's long-time staple Colt McAlister made SIMBL history in 2033 SIM 2 by breaking one of the records that most SIMBL followers thought would never be broken.

The 38 year-old four-time UL MVP cracked his 562nd career home run and passed SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles' mark of 561 that has stood since the former 8-time SL MVP retired after the 2017 season.

Ryles put up his record in only 13 seasons while McAlister has begun his 15th SIMBL season.  Both players have played their entire careers with the same team thus far and both were former #1 overall picks of the SIMBL only two inaugural drafts, Ryles in the 2005 First File Inaugural Draft and McAlister in the restart 2019 New File Era Inaugural Draft.

Ryles was the first overall draft pick in SIMBL history by Warewolves founder and charter SIMBL GM Paul Ware. Ware and Ryles led San Diego to seven of their SIMBL record ten SIMBL championships together from 2005-2017 and a SIMBL-record 15 consecutive division titles.  McAlister has led Calgary to three SIMBL championships in 2023, 2025 and 2032.

SIMBL ALL-TIME CAREER HOME RUN LEADERS
AS OF THE 4/18/2033 LEAGUE DATE:
SIMBL First File Era 2005-2018
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current
*- Indicates Current Player

563 Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2033 *
561 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017
550 Tony Aguilar Hartford/Dallas 2019-2033 *
531 Carlos Molina Calgary/Hawaii/Las Vegas 2019-2033 *
432 Troy Baca Las Vegas/New York/Deer Lake/Bend/Knoxville 2011-2018, 2024-2033 *
423 Julian Winfield Rochester/San Diego/Las Vegas/Tampa Bay 2020-2033 *
415 Taki Taketo San Diego/Rochester/Knoxville/Hollywood/Boston 2019-2033 *
403 Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2033 *
398 Matt Kramer Chicago/Bristol 2019-2033 *
378 Leonard Williamson Colchester-Boston/Astoria-Seattle 2020-2033 *
366 Toby Gibson Sacramento/Whitby/San Diego/Deer Lake 2019-2033 *
364 Luis Franco Toronto/Brooklyn 2005-2015
361 Glenn Knapp Marin/Birmingham/Ruston/Dalton-Manhattan Beach/Lowell 2005-2018
361 Eddie Bryant Colchester-Boston/Cleveland 2019-2030
357 Peyton Michaels Toronto 2019-2033 *
348 Paul Rose Sacramento/Sunnyvale/Dallas/Oregon 2019-2031
345 Peter Turner Chicago 2022-2033 *
345 Marc Carter Boston-Montreal/Hollywood/Las Vegas/Texas 2019-2030
336 Michael Lonewolf Tacoma-Cleveland/Calgary/Toronto 2020-2033 *
331 Joe Buchanan Rochester/San Diego/Boston/Texas 2022-2033 *
324 Chance Bailey Dallas/Sunnyvale/Augusta-Charlotte-Tampa Bay/Knoxville/Las Vegas 2019-2030
322 Mike Chisholm Pensacola-Kitchener 2005-2014
321 Zachery Dye New York/Hollywood/Hawaii 2019-2033 *
320 Maiku Inejiro Oregon/Marin/Toronto 2005-2015
320 Osvaldo Quijada Texas/Los Angeles/Lowell 2006-2018
319 Eddie Meas Jacksonville/Chicago 2005-2014
311 Logan Raynes Sacramento/Deer Lake 2022-2033 *
310 Richard Cummings Oregon 2006-2018
301 Taitarou Haranobu Oregon/Toronto/Calgary 2005-2017
299 Carl Chaulk Las Vegas 2022-2033 *
299 Kory Stone San Diego/Las Vegas/Rochester/Boston/Hollywood 2019-2030
299 Emil Villarreal Toronto/Oregon/Boston/Bristol/Chicago 2005-2017
296 James Randell Brooklyn-Mexico City-Birmingham 2005-2018
294 Adam Wells Calgary 2005-2018
290 Marlon Evans Bend/Seattle 2019-2030
285 Joshua Bradford Augusta-Charlotte/Rochester/Las Vegas/Hollywood/San Diego/Asheville 2019-2033 *
281 Willie Sullivan Pocatello/Calgary/New York 2005-2015
 
BATTALION'S PRATHER & HUSTLERS' CHAULK EARN 2033 SIM 2 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

BATTALION'S PRATHER & HUSTLERS' CHAULK EARN 2033 SIM 2 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

Calgary's Colt McAlister Is New All-Time SIMBL Home Run King; New York On 12-Game Losing Streak

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Roy Prather, the Whitby center fielder, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Union League Player of the Week honors.

Prather piled up 12 hits in 25 at-bats, 2 home runs and 4 RBIs while hitting .480.

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Roy Prather, the Whitby center fielder, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Union League Player of the Week honors.

Prather piled up 12 hits in 25 at-bats, 2 home runs and 4 RBIs while hitting .480.

2033 SIM 2 NEWS:

Monday, April 18th, 2033

CF Roy Prather of the Whitby Battalion honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

3B Carl Chaulk of the Las Vegas Hustlers honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, April 17th, 2033

Knoxville Lumberkings: Reggie Richardson pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Hollywood Stars with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!  

Saturday, April 16th, 2033

Hollywood Stars: Arthur Bradley goes 5-5 against the Knoxville Lumberkings, with 1 HR, 3 RBI and 2 R.

2033 SIM 2 MAJOR INJURIES:

Wednesday, April 13th, 2033

Knoxville Lumberkings: SP Hector Cuervo was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: torn triceps. He's expected to miss about 3-4 months.  

Tuesday, April 12th, 2033

Seattle Seawolves: SP Matthew Allen was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: torn triceps. He's expected to miss about 3 months.

2033 SIM 2 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Monday, April 18th, 2033

The Dallas Texans traded 32-year-old catcher Juan Burgos to the Cleveland Brownies, getting 19-year-old minor league reliever Keith Thompson in return. 

Wednesday, April 13th, 2033

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent C Antonio Gomez to a minor league contract.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent C Steve Berringer to a minor league contract.  
Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent 1B Alan Crawford to a 1-year contract worth a total of $5,500,000.  
Calgary Clippers: Signed free agent MR Manuel Rodriguez to a minor league contract.  

Tuesday, April 12th, 2033

Seattle Seawolves: Claimed RF Paul Russell off waivers from Toronto.  
Seattle Seawolves: Claimed SP Brent Hopkins off waivers from Toronto.  
Seattle Seawolves: Claimed MR Augusto Aguilar off waivers from Oregon.  
Oregon Pioneers: Claimed MR Stephen Gibson off waivers from Chicago.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Claimed RF Daniel Conley off waivers from Knoxville.  
Seattle Seawolves: Claimed LF Orlando Piniella off waivers from Asheville.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Claimed 1B Bo Conner off waivers from Asheville.  
Rochester Roosters: Claimed CF Antonio Aguilera off waivers from Hollywood.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Claimed MR Marvin Dixon off waivers from Hollywood.  
Seattle Seawolves: Claimed MR Chip Hensley off waivers from Hollywood.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Claimed SP Michael Elliott off waivers from Hollywood.  
Boston Revolution: Claimed MR Frazer Juby off waivers from Hollywood.

 
2033 SIMBL DRAFT FIRST ROUND COMPLETE

2033 SIMBL DRAFT FIRST ROUND COMPLETE

Sacramento Giants GM Jason Gregory held the #1 overall pick in the SIMBL Draft for the second straight season.  After nabbing 10/7/7-potential expected future southpaw ace Billy Lynch out of Alabama University in the 2032 SIMBL Draft #1 overall, Gregory made 20 year-old 8/8/8-potential-rated George Beckett (above) out of Coppin State University this season's 2033 #1 overall pick.

The first round of the 2033 SIMBL Draft has been completed.  The first round this season lasted a little under two days.

We now continue into the free agency supplemental compensation round.  The time limit from now on will be the standard three hours through the end of the live four rounds.  The rest of the draft, rounds 5-10, will be done as usual on the 6/15 league date when the draftees go into the file and the signing period begins to 8/14.

It is suggested that everybody make their lists in StatsLab.  As is our rule, any team that times out and is autopicked will go back on to autopick for their next selection unless they setup otherwise.

ROUND ONE:

1. Sacramento- SP George Beckett 18 8/8/8
2. Knoxville- CF Michael Werner 21 10/6/9/5/9
3. Toronto- SS Turhan Clause 21 9/5/7/6/8
4. Deer Lake- SP Antonio Pinetta 21 8/7/7 LHP
5. Bend- CF Maurice Watson 20 7/7/8/8/4
6. Rochester- 1B Akato Sakata 19 9/6/8/7/5
7. Westbury- SP Cristo Rivas 21 9/6/7 LHP
8. New York- SP Cesar Martinez 21 7/8/8
9. Asheville- SP Rolando Torres 22 8/7/7
10. Seattle- SP Ricky Carr 18 9/7/7
11. Dallas- 2B Esteban Solano 20 7/6/5/7/6
12. Oregon- SP Manny Cordero 21 9/6/7 LHP
13. Bristol- C Bernie Cox 20 6/8/8/6/5
14. Texas- SP Andre Guzman 22 9/7/6
15. Cleveland- MR Julio Lopez 22 10/8/6
16. Hawaii via Boston (Type A SP Gustavo Estrada)- CL Hank Savage 20 9/8/7
17. Hollywood- SP Bruce Stanford 18 7/7/8
18. Las Vegas- SP Gary Richards 18 7/7/9 LHP
19. Chicago- CF Colin Logan 20 9/8/6/4/7
20. Hawaii- SP Earl Alford 19 7/7/7
21. Calgary- SP Chet Sykes 18 7/7/7
22. Las Vegas via SD (Type A CL Cedric Issacson)- C Tank Lee 17 8/8/8/6/5
23. Las Vegas via Whitby (Type A C Micah Irwin)- SP Danny Powers 19 6/7/8
24. Tampa Bay- SP Rob Rocha 20 7/4/8

TOP RATED POSITIONAL PLAYER PROSPECTS AND CURRENT POTENTIAL:

SS Turhan Clause 21 9/5/7/6/8- TORONTO #3
CF Maurice Watson 20 7/7/8/8/4- BEND #5
CF Michael Werner 21 10/6/9/5/9- KNOXVILLE #2
1B Akato Sakata 19 9/6/8/7/5- ROCHESTER #6
C Tank Lee 17 8/8/8/6/5- LAS VEGAS #22
2B Esteban Solano 20 7/6/5/7/6- DALLAS #11
C Bernie Cox 20 6/8/8/6/5- BRISTOL #13
CF Billy Cora 21 8/4/7/5/5
2B Christian Foster 18 7/6/6/6/7
CF Colin Logan 20 9/8/6/4/7- CHICAGO #19
CF Jesus Diaz 18 6/6/9/6/5
LF Jorge Lima 18 7/7/7/6/7
CF Dennis Campos 20 5/6/7/6/6
C J.R. Clement 21 4/5/8/6/3
RF Blair Fitzgerald 18 7/7/7/5/8
1B Randy Clark 18 8/7/2/3/10
C Michael Allen 23 6/6/4/6/6
CF Bill Daniels 18 6/8/6/5/6
SS Al Landers 21 5/6/3/5/7
RF Brandon Clark 22 5/7/7/5/6
SS Enrique Martinez 20 6/6/5/3/9
CF Nathan Tucker 22 4/4/8/6/3

TOP RATED POSITIONAL PITCHER PROSPECTS AND CURRENT POTENTIAL:

SP Cesar Martinez 21 7/8/8- NEW YORK #8
SP George Beckett 18 8/8/8- SACRAMENTO #1
SP Ricky Carr 18 9/7/7- SEATTLE #10
SP Manny Cordero 21 9/6/7 LHP- OREGON #12
SP Antonio Pinetta 21 8/7/7 LHP- DEER LAKE #4
SP Cristo Rivas 21 9/6/7 LHP- WESTBURY #6
SP Rolando Torres 22 8/7/7- ASHEVILLE #9
SP Andre Guzman 22 9/7/6- TEXAS #14
SP Nathan Crawford 18 6/8/7 LHP
SP Earl Alford 19 7/7/7- HAWAII #20
SP Bruce Stanford 18 7/7/8- HOLLYWOOD #17
SP Joe Cameron 18 6/7/8
SP Armando Castillo 18 7/6/6
SP Jason Fox 19 7/7/7
SP Bruce Hensley 20 6/7/7
SP Pedro Ortiz 21 6/6/8
SP Danny Powers 19 6/7/8- LAS VEGAS #23
SP Gary Richards 18 7/7/9 LHP- LAS VEGAS #18
SP Chet Sykes 18 7/7/7- CALGARY #21
SP Patrick Washington 22 7/8/6
SP Allen Adams 17 5/7/7 LHP
SP Jason Andrews 22 6/6/7
SP Sergio Estrada 17 6/7/7
SP Neal Hatfield 18 8/6/6
SP Dave Hudson 20 7/7/6
SP Jack Schaming 19 7/7/6
SP Victor Varela 20 5/5/9
SP Rob Rocha 20 7/4/8- TAMPA BAY #24

MR Julio Lopez 22 10/8/6- CLEVELAND #15
CL Hank Savage 20 9/8/7- HAWAII #16
CL Matthew Ellis 20 8/7/8
CL Ricardo Mendoza 22 5/8/7
MR Eddy Wallace 20 8/6/6
 
PIONEERS' MARTINEZ & STARS' SANTOS NAMED 2033 SIM 1 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

PIONEERS' MARTINEZ & STARS' SANTOS NAMED 2033 SIM 1 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

New SIMBL Season Underway As League Rolls Into 29th Season Of Play

Last week's standout player in the Union League was the fine Oregon Pioneers hurler Francisco Martinez. He rung up a 2-0 won-lost record while compiling an impressive 0.00 earned run average on his way to the Player of the Week Award.

He struck out 14 in 17 innings as he held opponents to a .172 average.

His hard work and hustle paid off this week. The hard-working and hard-playing Juan Santos was rewarded with the Syndicate League Player of the Week honors.

The scrappy Hollywood Stars first baseman hit .684 while collecting 13 hits in 19 at-bats, 1 home run and 4 RBIs.

2033 SIM 1 NEWS:

Monday, April 11th, 2033

SP Francisco Martinez of the Oregon Pioneers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

1B Juan Santos of the Hollywood Stars honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, April 10th, 2033

Sacramento Giants: Guillaume Ducharme pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Chicago Hitmen with 8 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!  

Friday, April 8th, 2033


Cleveland Brownies: Billy Russell pitches a 3-hit shutout against the New York Enforcers with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!  

Wednesday, April 6th, 2033

Sacramento Giants: Gustave Seguin pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Rochester Roosters with 1 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!

Hollywood Stars: Ross Brooks pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Las Vegas Hustlers with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!  

Tuesday, April 5th, 2033

Deer Lake Direwolves: Michael Gambino pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Knoxville Lumberkings with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!  

Monday, April 4th, 2033

Oregon Pioneers: Francisco Martinez pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Enforcers with 7 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!

2033 SIM 1 MAJOR INJURIES:

Monday, April 4th, 2033

Westbury Cannons: CF Magglio Romo was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: fractured hand. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.

Seattle Seawolves: RF Conrad Olson was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: fractured thumb. He's expected to miss about 8 weeks.

Asheville Smokies: LF Mark Rybycki was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: biceps tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 3-4
weeks. 

2033 SIM 1 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Saturday, April 9th, 2033

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent 1B Toby Gibson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,500,000.  

Texas Roadrunners: Signed free agent 1B Joe Buchanan to a 1-year contract worth a total of $8,100,000.  

Oregon Pioneers: Claimed RF Brian Blake off waivers from Dallas.  

Oregon Pioneers: Claimed 2B Thom Gates off waivers from San Diego.  

Friday, April 8th, 2033

Hollywood Stars: Signed SP Timothy Williams to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $45,000,000.  

Wednesday, April 6th, 2033

Dallas Texans: Signed 1B Michael Wallace to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $2,700,000.

 
CALGARY 2033 PREVIEW: CLIPPERS LOOKING TO REPEAT

CALGARY 2033 PREVIEW: CLIPPERS LOOKING TO REPEAT

Defending SIMBL Champions Bring Back Exact Team From Last Season Looking To Become First Team In 26 Seasons To Defend Title

On a returning SIMBL championship team blended with youth and veterans that is unchanged from last season emerging SIMBL superstar Calgary second baseman Tad Jackson (above right) may be the straw that stirs the Clippers title repeat aspirations and long-time future.

By Christian DeMarco
Calgary Clippers GM
SIMBL Contributor

Spring training is in mid-form and it already appears the Calgary Clippers are in mid-season form as well.

Lots of smiles and ease this spring training as Calgary is coming off winning the 2032 SIMBL Coveted Cup, the fourth championship in franchise history and their first since the 2025 season.

Lots of frustrations and shortcomings have come since that last championship in 2025 in Clippersville.  After a financial and talent rebuild, the Clippers have made the postseason by winning the past five UL Central titles yet failed to make it back to the SIMBL CS until last season though sporting UL #1 seed teams in several past seasons since 2025.  Especially alarming was two consecutive first round sweeps by Whitby as the UL top seed in 2030 and 2031.  The Clippers got their revenge on the Battalion by deposing Whitby in last season's ULCS en route to the SIMBL championship.  All being told, the Clippers have made the postseason a SIMBL-record 23 times and and are disappointing 4-19 in postseason conquests.

Most pressing among everybody in the Clippers organization, from the front office down to the last bench player, was to try to assemble the right team to win another title for franchise icon and SIMBL legend Colt McAlister, who at age 38 is entering his 15th season in the SIMBL all with Calgary, since being the first overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft.  Though McAlister won his second staight UL MVP last season and the fourth of his SIMBL Hall Of Fame-bound career time was running short for the long-toothed veteran who is two home runs shy from passing SIMBL Hall Of Famer and eight-time SL MVP Daryl Ryles' long-standing record of 561 career home runs long-thought by SIMBL pundits a record that would never be broken.

The mood is light at the Clippers spring training facility but the mention of the respected McAlister heading towards the tail end of his career lights up the players with a fire when his name is spoken.

"We aren't satisfied and would love to send Big Mac out with another championship. If any player in this league deserves it it would be Colt," said McAlister's long-time teammate five-time UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Bob Detty who like McAlister has spent his entire 15-year career with the Clippers.  McAlister and Detty are the last two standing from the original 2019 team after long-time RF Matthew Brown was surprisingly let go to free agency and signed by Westbury last off-season in what was a strict financially-motivated move.

The Clippers bring back the exact same team from last season's championship squad and have rewarded their two longtime veterans McAlister and Detty, who have helped them to three SIMBL titles in 2023, 2025 and 2032, recently with two-year contract extensions that should take them to the end of their careers in a Clippers uniform.  The deals put additional money on GM Christian DeMarco's books that wasn't forecast and every dollar spent ahead is critical in the financially-minded and competitive SIMBL.

"Financial planning short and long-term is now the most important facet of competing in this league," said DeMarco.  "We've seen it recently with many franchise core players having to be moved for future financial flexibility.  Players such as Tony Aguilar last season that we'd never thought we'd see in other team uniforms.  The moves to extend Mac and Detty were viewed as needed moves and also as an appreciation of their contributions and our success through the last 14 seasons."

In a division that is expected to feature an up and coming Texas team of GM Pat Flanagan that made their first postseason in 17 seasons last season and an always competitive squad strategically planned by Dallas GM Robert Don, the UL Central will be much tougher than season's past but perhaps it's not Texas and Dallas that DeMarco is more concerned with.

"Toronto has a hurricane team coming up," said the Clippers GM.  "They have the top-rate farm system right now and have made some super picks in the draft the last few seasons.  If these kids such as Floyd Garraway Jr., Kiki Jefferson, Katshuhiko Kato and Kenka Yamada fill out like they are looking to and that they can add some pitching that team is poised for a serious run in the not-to-distant future."

Toronto GM Eric Savard looks to eventually end the SIMBL's longest postseason drought going back to 27 seasons back to the SIMBL's third season of play in 2007.

If a more concrete statement of the SIMBL's traditional competitiveness is needed, the Clippers will try to become the first team in 25 years to win back-to-back SIMBL championships, a feat which hasn't been accomplished since San Diego won a three-peat in 2005, 2006 and 2007.

The Clippers return an offense that was second to Westbury in the SIMBL in runs scored.  The lineup features seven former first round draft picks and two compensation supplemental round picks and is expected to be one of the best again in the SIMBL this season.

At first base 2031 UL Rookie Of The Year and 2024 first rounder Hue Henderson enters his third season.  After spending 6 seasons in the minors slowly filling out, Henderson has emerged as one of the SIMBL's top young sluggers earning All-Star nods in his first two seasons and hit .287 with 45 HR and 133 RBI last season.

At second base Tad Jackson mans his position ranked as the best in the SIMBL.  Jackson was the first round pick, #7 overall, of the 2022 SIMBL Draft by Toronto and traded to the Clippers during the 2026 season in the big deal that landed the Rush perennial All-Star Michael Lonewolf who the Clippers were unable to sign to an extension.  At age 29, Jackson has emerged as the top second baseman in the league and is coming off two .300+ seasons and an All-Star season in which he led the UL and was second in the SIMBL next to Tampa Bay's Jake Boles with 202 hits while hitting .315 with 15 HR and 83 RBI.

Shortstop is manned by the still-grooming former 2028 first round pick, 14th overall, Antonio Oliva.  Big things are expected from the 8/8/7/6/7-rated 26 year-old as he enters his second full season as the Clippers starting shortstop.  Oliva hit .255 with 14 HR and 78 RBI last season.

Much of the same is expected of up-and-coming star Ramiro Sanchez at third base. The former 2027 first round draft pick, 8th overall, of Calgary made his first All-Star team last year and finished hitting .284 with 27 HR and 83 RBI.

After losing eight-time All-Star, SIMBL New File Era career hits leader and SIMBL all-time stolen base leader Matthew Brown who was the offensive catalyst for the Clippers for 13 seasons, DeMarco has assembled suitable replacements to an outfield that was once considered one of the best all-time in the SIMBL that featured future Hall Of Famers Carlos Molina in left, Matthew Brown in center and Michael Lonewolf in right field during Calgary's early New File Era glory run.  All players had to be eventually let go in their primes due to financial planning with Brown lasting 13 seasons, Molina playing 9 seasons and Lonewolf playing 6 years in Calgary blue.

In left field, 23 year-old youngster and 2030 first round pick, #13 overall, Shawn Jeffries will play his first full season after being called up mid-season last year and eventually replacing former All-Star Nathan Stokes who was let go to free agency and signed with division rival Toronto this off-season.  Jeffries brings the top-tier speed and defense that he was drafted for in the first round for and is still developing as a full SIMBL threat though hitting .262 with 8 HR 34 RBI and 31 SB in 81 games last season.  27 year-old former 2027 third round pick Kenny Vogel with platoon against left-handers.

In center, Carlos Rosa returns after tying for and winning his fourth SIMBL Richard P. DeMarco Gold Glove Defense Award in the past five seasons.  The 29 year-old former 2026 supplemental round pick, 33rd overall, has replaced the long-thought irreplaceable Matthew Brown, who won eight Gold Gloves with Calgary, in solid style by becoming one of the top defensive outfielders in the SIMBL.  Rosa also provides a serviceable bat in the lead-off position as he hit .263 with 5 HR and 68 RBI while finishing second in the UL with 65 stolen bases last season.

In right field, Justin Sandy is quietly emerging into an expected SIMBL star.  The 26 year-old is a former 2028 supplemental pick 28th overall and has shown his power hitting .264 with 39 HR and 88 RBI in his second SIMBL season last year.

Colt McAlister will again be the DH after manning first base for the Clippers from 2019-2030 before Hue Henderson's slow ascension to the SIMBL.  The future SIMBL Hall Of Famer still has top ratings at 38 years-old and is coming off two consecutive UL MVP seasons after hitting career-lows in 2029 and 2030.  McAlister set several all-time SIMBL offensive records last season including RBI (1662), runs scored (1512), and walks (1742).  McAlister is two home runs away from breaking Daryl Ryles' long-standing career home run record of 561, a record many SIMBL followers once thought would never be broken.  McAlister was recently signed to a contract extension that could keep him in a Clippers uniform through his 17th season in 2035.

Like the Clippers offense, Calgary GM Christian DeMarco traditionally builds a team and pitching staff and lets it stand untouched for several seasons.  The whole 2032 championship pitching staff, minus Hugo Smith who left for free agency and signed with San Diego, returns.  The staff led the UL last season in team ERA and held the potent Hawaii Pineapples offense to 12 total runs, three games to two runs or less, in the five-game SIMBL Championship Series last season.

30 year-old southpaw Jason Chapman rose to SIMBL stardom by dominating and winning ULCS and SIMBL CS MVP honors last postseason after finishing 18-6 with a 3.25 ERA last regular season. Chapman has made the UL All-Star squad the past two seasons.

28 year-old left-hander Mohammed Alvarez, coming off three consecutive All-Star seasons, will be the #2 this season for Calgary.  The former 2026 first round draft pick, #22 overall, has been a Clippers workhorse since joining the SIMBL in 2029 and will be in his fifth season.  Alvarez went 13-10 with a 3.84 ERA last season.

Former #3 overall pick of the 2024 SIMBL Draft traded to Calgary by Toronto with Tad Jackson in the 2026 Michael Lonewolf deal and 2028 UL Hurler Of The Year Hayden James will the #3 starter. The three-time All-Star has won 14+ games the past six seasons and 15+ in five of the last six seasons and hopes to rebound from his worst season since arriving in Calgary.  The 8/7/8-rated right-hander went 15-13 but with a career-high 5.36 ERA.

28 year-old right-hander Rafael Morales will again be the #4 for the Clippers. The former 2022 supplemental round pick, 28th overall, is now in his eighth season in the Calgary rotation. The two-time All-Star went 13-7 last season with a 3.21 ERA.

29 year-old Ramon Vasquez, the Clippers 2025 first round draft pick, 23rd overall, is in his eighth season in the Calgary rotation and will be the #5.  Vasquez is the only pitcher in the talent-laden Clippers rotation not to make an All-Star team but still possesses good bottom of the rotation talent and ratings.  The third left-hander of the Calgary rotation went 9-10 with 3.62 ERA in 25 starts last season.

The Clippers bullpen finished as best in the SIMBL last season and have been traditionally built likewise and viewed as a priority during GM Christian DeMarco's tenure.

Five-time UL Middle Reliever Of The Year and eight-time All-Star Bob Detty returns for his 15th season with Calgary after being a priority fourth round pick by the Clippers in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft.  The 38 year-old is coming off a career-high 3.20 ERA in 68 games last season and pitched his lowest amount of innings in 9 years.  Detty is still rated as the top reliever in the SIMBL and has had a SIMBL Hall Of Fame-worthy career as one of the most dominant relievers in league history sporting a blistering 2.06 career ERA in 14 seasons which is the second-lowest in the SIMBL New File Era next to former teammate and current Rochester closer and all-time SIMBL career saves leader Barrett Jenkins.  Detty still has enough gas in the tank to lead Calgary's bullpen this season to be among the SIMBL's best.

When SIMBL hitters don't have to face Detty in late inning affairs they are likely to have to bat against his partner in crime reigning UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Domingo Francisco. The 35 year-old Francisco is coming off his second consecutive All-Star season and the third of his career.  He emerged from the long shadow of his teammate Detty last season by posting a career year with a 11-5 record with a 2.85 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and a blistering 13 BB to 134 strikeouts in a workhorse 107.1 innings.  Paired with Detty, the former #8 overall pick by Hollywood in the 2019 amateur draft and acquired by Calgary in a 2026 trade forms perhaps the most dominant and feared 1-2 bullpen currently in the SIMBL and will be a foundation for another championship-seeking season in Clippersville.

Another buzzsaw in the Clippers talented bullpen and future bullpen heir is 25 year-old Russell Kirk.  Another one of Calgary's first round gems taken #22 overall in 2029 is filling out to his 9/9/9 drafted potential and is entering his third SIMBL season.  The 97-MPH flame-throwing right-hander posted a 2.74 ERA in 65.2 innings last year setting up for Francisco and/or Detty.

On the back end of the Clippers bullpen are former 2025 supplemental round pick, #38 year-old Jackson Myers.  The 28 year-old is entering his sixth SIMBL season coming off a career-worst 5.31 ERA in 42.1 innings last season.  Former closer Cory Larson also will aid Myers.  The 34 year-old who saved 46 games in 2025 and 32 games in 2026 in a two-year stint as the Clippers closer during a rebuild is another Calgary sign to longevity commitment to their foundation players who will be in his 12th season with the team. Larson is coming off an injury-plagued 2032 season in which he only pitched in 6 games and 12 innings.

John Coburn returns for his seventh season as the Calgary closer.  Coburn is coming off a 2032 All-Star campaign, the third of his career, after posting a 2.91 ERA with 32 saves in 58 games.  The 29 year-old has had 7 consecutive seasons of 30+ saves and has 280 in his 9-year SIMBL career.

The SIMBL pundits expect the same returning Clippers team to again compete seriously for the 2033 SIMBL championship and to defend their title all the while several other teams vastly upgraded and improved their talent during the off-season and spring training.  Calgary will again be a force to be reckoned with sporting their trademark explosive offense with a solid starting pitching rotation and an elite bullpen assembled all together carefully by tactical GM Christian DeMarco.  It remains to be seen if the Clippers can become the first team in 26 seasons to successfully defend their championship and repeat as SIMBL champions in a testament to the SIMBL's ever-peaking competition level of GMs.

 
ENFORCERS UNVEIL NEW LOGO, NEW ERA

ENFORCERS UNVEIL NEW LOGO, NEW ERA

The New York Enforcers unveiled a new logo in time for the upcoming start of the 2033 SIMBL season.

Long-time Enforcers GM Chris Gattuso revealed the new logo after approval by the SIMBL League Office.  It's the third logo in the franchise's SIMBL history and their first update in 22 years going back to the second update from the original logo for the 2010 season.

"After winning our first SIMBL championship in 2027 and going on the most successful period in franchise history where we made the postseason for four straight seasons in the brutally tough UL East which features some of the top GMs in the SIMBL, our team has two has winning seasons though not resulting in another playoff berth since the 2028 season which is a period now of four seasons," said Gattuso who has been at the helm in New York since real-life date February 9, 2008 and since the 2010 season.

"That being said, it's time for a change with the Enforcers and to liven things up as we mark upon a new era in Enforcers history," Gattuso concluded in a statement.

Speculations that New York are also working on updated uniforms to conform with the new logo announcement as well in the near future.  The new Enforcers logo will be implemented into the game file and the SIMBL's website shortly as well the SIMBL League Office announced.

 
2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/1/2033) SIGNINGS

2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/1/2033) SIGNINGS

Many Top Free Agents Still On The Board As 2033 Off-Season Major Free Agency Concludes

After 12 illustrious seasons with Las Vegas Hall Of Fame-bound closer Cedric Issacson (above) leaves the Hustlers for San Diego in 2033 FA SIM 5.  Issacson was the #10 overall pick in the 2019 amateur draft and quickly emerged into one of the best all-time SIMBL closers.  He has saved 30+ games in 10 consecutive seasons and has sported five 40+ saves seasons and two 50+ saves seasons.  The 32 year-old is the only closer in SIMBL history to have two 50-save seasons in his career.  The right-hander is an 8-time All-Star and has made 7 consecutive All-Star Game apperances.  His 416 career saves currently stand seventh on the SIMBL career list.  Hustlers GM Carl Hannah receives his second first round pick from losing two type A free agents this off-season (6-time All-Star and 8-time Gold Glove catcher Micah Irwin signed with Whitby) giving the Hustlers three first round picks in the upcoming 2033 SIMBL Draft.

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
2033 FREE AGENCY SIM 5 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Tuesday, March 1st, 2033

Seattle Seawolves: Placed RF Octavio Abreu on waivers.  

Wednesday, February 16th, 2033

San Diego Warewolves: Signed CF Akiro Hikaru to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $60,000,000.  

Tuesday, February 15th, 2033


New York Enforcers: Signed free agent CL Jake Jackson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,500,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent 3B Scott Morgan to a 1-year contract worth a total of $4,000,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent RF Kendrick Templeton to a 2-year contract worth a total of $14,000,000.  
Hawaii Pineapples: Signed free agent RF Shane King to a 1-year contract worth a total of $3,300,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent SS Jonathan Lizotte to a 1-year contract worth a total of $8,000,000.  
Hawaii Pineapples: Signed free agent SP Brian Woods to a 1-year contract worth a total of $7,900,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent CL Cedric Issacson to a 4-year contract worth a total of $30,000,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent 1B Andrew Green to a 1-year contract worth a total of $7,000,000.  

Tuesday, February 8th, 2033

Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent SP Richard Dicks, Jr. to a 2-year contract worth a total of $27,000,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent C Reece Spurle to a minor league contract.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent C Adam Wilson to a 2-year contract worth a total of $16,000,000.  

Friday, February 4th, 2033

Calgary Clippers: Signed MR Bob Detty to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $12,000,000.  
Calgary Clippers: Signed 1B Colt McAlister to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $35,180,000.
 
SIMBL GMS HAVE SPOKEN: 2032 SIMBL GM AWARDS ANNOUNCED

SIMBL GMS HAVE SPOKEN: 2032 SIMBL GM AWARDS ANNOUNCED

 

2032 SIMBL GM Awards:
SIMBL GM Of The Year: John Callahan Whitby
UL Slugger Of The Year: Colt McAlister Calgary
UL Slugger Of The Year: Artie Bradley Dallas
SL Slugger Of The Year: Julian Winfield Tampa Bay
UL Hurler Of The Year: Jimmy Dietz Whitby
SL Hurler Of The Year: Kevin Schmidt Tampa Bay
SL Hurler Of The Year: Richard Dicks Jr. San Diego
UL Middle Reliever Of The Year: Domingo Francisco Calgary
SL Middle Reliever Of The Year: Kerry Powell Hawaii
UL Fireman Of The Year: Luis Castro Whitby
SL Fireman Of The Year: Todd Newell Hawaii
SL Fireman Of The Year: Cedric Issacson Las Vegas
UL Rookie Of The Year: Jimmy Dietz Whitby
SL Rookie Of The Year: Kelly Hoskinson San Diego

The SIMBL GMs have spoken once again as the best of the best of the 2032 season have been voted on with another great showing at the polls by all 24 GMs and the 2032 SIMBL GM Awards have been announced. A little late than usual but the 2032 SIMBL GM Awards have been officially announced.  Some of the closest voting in league history occurred this season with the SIMBL GMs coming up en force at the polls.

2031 SIMBL GM Of The Year:
John Callahan Whitby Battalion
103-59 UL East Division Champions
Lost In Seven Games To Eventual SIMBL Champion Calgary In ULCS
+14 Game Improvement

Whitby GM John Callahan wins the second SIMBL GM Of The Year Award of his SIMBL tenure to now go along with his 2027 award.

John joined the SIMBL for the 2020 season then rejoined on real-life date April 7, 2012 and has been a staple in the league since the 2022 season.  He won his third consecutive UL East title and made the postseason for the fourth straight season also earning the UL's top seed with the second-best record in the SIMBL this past season.  John has made the postseason in 9 of his 11 SIMBL seasons and has had a winning season in ten of them.  John has always blended his Battalion teams with solid drafting and key additions for Whitby to compete short and long-term.  The Battalion and their current blend of young veterans and a top farm system look to be competitive for a second SIMBL championship to add to their 2030 title for seasons to come.

Hawaii GM Troy Vogel finished a distant second while Texas GM Pat Flanagan finished a distant third in the voting by their SIMBL peers.

2032 UL Slugger Of The Year:
Colt McAlister Calgary Clippers
.269 AVG 47 HR 131 RBI .958 OPS

This season was the first year the SIMBL had co-MVPs in a league.

Calgary's Colt McAlister showed that his previously anticipated demise with poor seasons in 2029 and 2030 are in the past and was voted his second consecutive UL MVP Award and the fourth of his illustrious SIMBL career.  The 38 year-old has spent his entire 14-season career with the Clippers and is SIMBL Hall Of Fame-bound when it is over.  McAlister stands one home run away from tying SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles' SIMBL record of 561 career home runs and set several SIMBL career offensive records this past season.

McAlister followed up his .317 AVG 55 HR 137 RBI 2031 MVP season by leading the UL with 47 homers and 131 RBI while hitting .269 and also warmed up in the postseason to help the Clippers win their fourth SIMBL championship.  It's the 12th 30 HR/100 RBI of Big Mac's career and the 7th in which he has belted 40+ home runs.  It's his 12th 100+ RBI season, his 11th 110+ RBI season, his 7th 120+ RBI season and his 5th 130+ RBI season.

McAlister will spend his 15th season with the Clippers and will be in a contract year this season.

2032 UL Slugger Of The Year:
Artie Bradley Dallas Texans
.342 AVG 31 HR 96 RBI 1.022 OPS

Dallas' Artie Bradley rebounded from being written off as a former SIMBL superstar and was also voted the 2032 co-UL MVP along with Calgary's Colt McAlister.  Even more impressively, Bradley was second in the UL with a .342 batting average and belted 31 home runs and drove in 96 playing in only 136 games due to injuries.

Bradley led the UL with a 1.022 OPS, was second with a .342 OBP and was first with a .616 slugging percentage also leading the UL in WOBA and RC/22 while finishing second in ISO, WORP and WAR.

Bradley was a five-time All-Star for the New York Enforcers where he spent the first ten seasons of his career.  He won the 2026 UL MVP by hitting .348 with 24 HR and 116 RBI.  His 222 hits that season still stand as the third-most in a season in SIMBL history.  

After a disappointing season in 2031 hitting .235 with 16 HR and 47 RBI in 134 games, Bradley was let go by New York and signed to a surprisingly-low two-year $8,400,000 contract with Dallas during 2032 free agency.  The bargain paid off with a MVP season this past year for the 32 year-old who again is in a contract year with the Texans.

Westbury's Magglio Romo finished second in the voting shy one vote while Calgary's Hue Henderson finished third.

2032 SL Slugger Of The Year:
Julian Winfield Tampa Bay Silverbacks
.304 AVG 61 HR 137 RBI 1.047 OPS

Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield wins the third SL MVP of his career and his second in the past three seasons.

Winfield was the highly-touted 13th overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft and entered the SIMBL with a storm by winning the 2020 SL Rookie Of The Year and winning the 2021 SL MVP in just his second season.  Always considered a SIMBL star and consistent Winfield never had the career year expected of him and his ratings by SIMBL pundits and was traded from Rochester to San Diego back to Rochester and then to Las Vegas before signing a 7-year $148,000,000 contract with Tampa Bay during 2030 free agency.

Winfield's addition to a young and very talented Silverbacks team advanced Tampa Bay to four straight SL Central titles and three straight SLCS appearances in which they were upset each time as the SL's #1 seed.  In his new park, Winfield resurrected his career and performed like he was expected to all along after he turned 31 years-old.

The past three seasons have been the best in the six-time All-Star's career as he has hit .298 with 47 HR and 116 RBI in 2030, .259 with 40 HR and 127 RBI in 2031 and .304 with 61 HR and 137 RBI this past season.  Winfield became only the third player in the SIMBL's 29-season history to hit 60+ home runs in a season and joined the limited 400 career home run club as well last season.

The 34 year-old is still very dangerous and carries some of the most elite ratings in the SIMBL and was recently dealt to San Diego in a payroll reducing move and is expected to lead the Warewolves to another SIMBL title like he did with them during the 2024 season.

Hollywood shortstop Franco Rubio received the only other votes to finish a distant second.

2032 UL Hurler Of The Year:
Jimmy Dietz Whitby Battalion
23-4 2.43 ERA 1.06 WHIP 233.1 IP 72 BB 159 K 66.7 QS%

Whitby's Jimmy Dietz became the first rookie in SIMBL history to win a Hurler Of The Year Award.  Dietz was a former 2027 second round pick by the Battalion who has been steadily working his ratings to a SIMBL level.  After spending five seasons in the minors and receiving a couple of bumps, Dietz not only made history but is now considered one of the league's top young aces.  The 23 year-old stormed into the SIMBL by being named the 2032 All-Star Game MVP, 2032 UL Hurler Of The Year and 2032 UL Rookie Of The Year.

Dietz got off to a torrid start and was voted the UL starter for the All-Star Game.  He continued to lead the Battalion staff to clinch their third straight UL East title by winning 23 games before he went down for the season with a torn elbow ligament during the second-to-last week and SIM of the season.

Teammate and 2029 UL Hurler Of The Year Warren Lane finished a distant second while New York's Casey Barker grabbed the remaining votes.

2032 UL Hurler Of The Year:
Kevin Schmidt Tampa Bay Silverbacks
24-5 2.87 ERA 1.14 WHIP 257.1 IP 66 BB 192 K 72.2 QS%

Tampa Bay's Kevin Schmidt was the #4 overall pick of the 2024 SIMBL Draft and this past season was the breakout season expected from the 28 year-old.  Schmidt has emerged as one of the top-rated aces in the SIMBL winning at least 14 games in the past four seasons and winning 19, 17 and 24 now the past three years.  Schmidt shares the 2032 SL Hurler Of The Year Award tied in voting with five-time winner Richard Dicks Jr.

A four-time All-Star, Schmidt was dominating in leading a Silverbacks rotation that featured three 20-game winners (the departed free agent Bartolo Carrasco to Dallas and Jack Callahan) which made history as only the third staff to do so in SIMBL history.  Schmidt has gone 103-75 with a career 3.32 ERA in his seven-year SIMBL career and only seems to be getting better and more dominant with age.  He has a player option in his contract for the 2034 season in which he will make his decision to make $14,130,000 to stay in Tampa Bay or hit the market in seeking more money as one of the SIMBL's top-rated starting pitchers.

2032 UL Hurler Of The Year:
Richard Dicks Jr. San Diego Warewolves
20-9 2.43 ERA 1.09 WHIP 266.2 IP 61 BB 177 K 82.4 QS%

In another historic tie San Diego's Richard Dicks Jr. was also voted the 2032 SL Hurler Of The Year with Tampa Bay's Kevin Schmidt.

Dicks Jr. led the SL with a 2.43 ERA and led the SIMBL with 28 quality starts and a blistering 82.2 quality start percentage.  The 37 year-old isn't stopping with age and won the fifth Hurler Of The Year Award of his career which is third all-time behind SIMBL Hall Of Famer Bobby Grimes' eight and Las Vegas ace Alan Alexander Anderson's six career awards.

The former #7 overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft by Texas also set several SIMBL career records and moved into second-place on the all-time wins list by joining Grimes as the only pitchers in SIMBL history with 250 career wins.  A future automatic SIMBL Hall Of Famer where he'll join his Hall Of Fame father Richard Dicks Sr., Dicks Jr. is currently a free agent looking for a new team to join Texas, Cleveland, Deer Lake and San Diego as the teams on his Hall Of Fame resume.

Tampa Bay's Jack Callahan received the only other vote besides Schmidt and Dicks Jr. to finish a distant second in the voting.

2032 UL Middle Reliever Of The Year:
Domingo Francisco Calgary Clippers
107.1 IP 11-5 2.85 ERA 0.77 WHIP 13 BB 134 K 4 SV 9 HLD

Calgary's Domingo Francisco has always been known as a top SIMBL reliever but has always stood in the shadow of his five-time UL Middle Reliever Of The Year teammate Bob Detty in the traditionally vaunted Clippers bullpen.  2032 was Francisco's season to shine as he pitched more innings than Detty for the first time in his career as the Clippers 1-2 bullpen punch continues to win games and be among the best in the league.

Francisco, the former #8 overall pick by Hollywood in the 2019 amateur draft, finally was recognized and made his second straight All-Star Game and the third in his 14-season career.  The 34 year-old flamethrower posted a staggering 13 walks to 134 strikeout ratio in winning his first MROTY award.

Westbury's Ramon Miraz and Texas' Javier Torres tied for second while Seattle's John Wilkinson finished third.

2032 SL Middle Reliever Of The Year:
Kerry Powell Hawaii Pineapples
86.2 IP 6-3 1.97 ERA 0.85 WHIP 16 BB 70 K 2 SV 29 HLD

Hawaii's Kerry Powell becomes fifth pitcher to win a SIMBL Middle Reliever Of The Year Award and a SIMBL Fireman Of The Year Award in their careers joining the SIMBL First File Era's Bristol's Richard Bell and Oregon's Charles Vue, current San Diego closer Chad Bryan and current Asheville closer Dez Jordan.

Powell was traded by divisional rival San Diego during the 2031 season and has paid big dividends for the Pineapples ever since.  His 29 game holds last season tied for the third-most in a single-season in league history.  The 34 year-old made his fourth All-Star team and has 369 career saves as the former closer for Westbury winning the UL Fireman Of The Year Award just two seasons ago in 2030 for the Cannons.

Las Vegas' Bob Henderson finished a distant second while Rochester's SIMBL all-time saves leader Barrett Jenkins finished third in the balloting.

2032 UL Fireman Of The Year:
Luis Castro Whitby Battalion
74.1 IP 7-3 2.42 ERA 1.09 WHIP 42 SV 87.5 SV%

Whitby's Luis Castro, the former #22 overall pick of the 2026 SIMBL Draft, has turned it on in his second full season as Whitby's closer as voted the top fireman in the UL for the 2032 season.  The 27 year-old proved to be the best in a league filled with top closers and made the second consecutive All-Star team of his young career.  Castro had a hand in nearly a half of the Battalion's wins and posted a nifty 10.2 K/9 clip to place him as one of the top young closers in the SIMBL.

Cleveland's Santiago Rivera finished two votes behind for second while Seattle's Willie Roger DeMarco finished third.

2032 SL Fireman Of The Year:
Todd Newell Hawaii Pineapples
76.0 IP 6-8 1.89 ERA 0.93 WHIP 43 SV 89.6 SV%

Hawaii's Todd Newell was voted as co-2032 SL Fireman Of The Year with Las Vegas' Cedric Issacson.  It's the third Fireman Of The Year Award in the 29 year-old's career and his third in the past four seasons.  The former second round pick by Calgary in the 2021 SIMBL Draft has now made four All-Star teams and is considered one of the premier closers in the SIMBL.

2032 SL Fireman Of The Year:
Cedric Issacson Las Vegas Hustlers
75.1 IP 7-2 1.79 ERA 1.10 WHIP 39 SV 92.9 SV%

Las Vegas' Cedric Issacson was voted co-2032 SL Fireman Of The Year with Hawaii's Todd Newell.  It's the second Fireman Of The Year of Issacson's career joining his award for the 2028 season.  The former #10 overall pick of the 2019 amateur draft by Las Vegas has made seven straight All-Star teams and eight overall in his 12-year career all with the Hustlers.  Issacson's 92.9% save conversion led the SIMBL and he sports one of the highest career save percentages with an 88.9% career mark.  At only age 32, Issacson has 416 career saves and is on pace to contend with a few others to be the new all-time SIMBL career saves leader.

Tampa Bay's Steven Pfleuger and Asheville's Dez Jordan tied for second-place while Chicago's Clint Rocker finished in third.

2032 UL Rookie Of The Year:
Jimmy Dietz Whitby Battalion
23-4 2.43 ERA 1.06 WHIP 233.1 IP 72 BB 159 K 66.7 QS%

2032 SL Rookie Of The Year:
Kelly Hoskinson San Diego Warewolves
16-8 3.26 ERA 1.29 WHIP 232.0 IP 75 BB 175 K 62.5 QS%

 
2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2033) SIGNINGS

2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2033) SIGNINGS

Past Two SL MVPs Cody Taylor & Julian Winfield Shipped To Cleveland & San Diego In Questionable Deals

In questionable moves based on talent given up for financial relief, three of the SIMBL's top stars move to new teams during 2033 FA SIM 4.  Tampa Bay GM Tim Melican ships former 2024 # 5 overall pick CF Akiro Hikaru (above left) and last season's SL MVP and three-time MVP Julian Winfield (above center) to San Diego GM Don Krause in a controversial deal that yielded the Silverbacks four minor leaguers.  On the same approach, Deer Lake GM Scott Pogue ships 2031 SL MVP Cody Taylor (above right) to Cleveland.  The 34 year-old Winfield became only the fifth player in SIMBL history to hit 60 HR in a season last season hitting .304 with 61 HR and 137 RBI.  Winfield was the SL Rookie Of The Year in 2020 and won SL MVP awards in 2021, 2030 and 2032 after being the #13 overall pick in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft by Rochester GM Jamey Carter.  Winfield joins the 'Wolves for a second tour after helping lead them to their last SIMBL championship in 2024 and played in San Diego from 2023 to 2026.  It's the fourth time the six-time All-Star has been traded in his 13-season career. Hikaru has been one of the SIMBL's most electrifying players since entering the league in 2027 at only 19 years-old and at only 25 years-old is already a four-time All-Star and has the most hits in the SIMBL in the past four seasons.  Hikaru has emerged as the premier lead-off batter in the league batting .298 with a .380 OBP scoring over 100 runs the past four seasons and stealing 65, 87, 89, 81 and 64 bases the past five seasons and also winning a Gold Glove.  The 27 year-old Taylor was the #5 overall pick of the 2026 SIMBL Draft by former D-Wolves GM Chip Orton and has been an All-Star the past four seasons and won the SL MVP in 2030 by posting the second-highest single-season batting average in SIMBL history (.358) while also hitting 41 home runs and driving in 119 runs.

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
2033 FREE AGENCY SIM 4 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Monday, January 31st, 2033

The Cleveland Brownies traded 31-year-old starting pitcher Juan Muniz, 29-year-old minor league first baseman Chris Hale, 23-year-old minor league center fielder Tony Harmon and 26-year-old minor league starting pitcher Dave Haynes to the Deer Lake Direwolves, getting 27-year-old first baseman Cody Taylor and 33-year-old starting pitcher Brody McIlmoyle in return.  

The Tampa Bay Silverbacks traded 34-year-old right fielder Julian Winfield and 25-year-old center fielder Akiro Hikaru to the San Diego Warewolves, getting 24-year-old second baseman B.T. Rambeau, 26-year-old third baseman Michael Harper, 20-year-old minor league center fielder Roberto Santos, 20-year-old minor league catcher Peter Davis and $10,000,000 in cash in return.  

Sunday, January 30th, 2033

Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent CL Joe Miller to a 2-year contract worth a total of $1,600,000. 

Saturday, January 29th, 2033

San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent 3B Pancho Medina to a 1-year contract worth a total of $800,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Jeremy Westover to a 1-year contract worth a total of $960,000.  
Dallas Texans: Signed free agent MR Vicente Lopez to a 4-year contract worth a total of $22,160,000.
 
2032 SIMBL POSTSEASON MVPS ANNOUNCED

2032 SIMBL POSTSEASON MVPS ANNOUNCED


Calgary left-hander Jason Chapman (above) was outstanding in the 2032 postseason earning series MVP honors in the 2032 ULCS and was the 2032 SIMBL CS MVP.  Chapman joins only a handful of players in SIMBL postseason history (see SIMBL Wall Of Fame listings) to earn MVP honors in more than one series in one postseason.

Better late than never, the 2032 SIMBL postseason MVPs have been formally announced and will now place themselves in SIMBL history.  The 2032 SIMBL GM Awards will be officially announced next.

2032 ULDS:

2B Tad Jackson Calgary
.450 AVG 2 HR 4 RBI 3 R 4 SB 1.350 OPS

CL Luis Castro Whitby
5 G 5.0 IP 2 H 1 R 1 ER 3 BB 5 K 4 SV 1.80 ERA 1.00 WHIP

2032 SLDS:

3B Deryk Ryles Hawaii
.292 AVG 3 HR 6 RBI 4 R 4 BB 1.046 OPS

SP Jimmy Wagner Chicago
2 GS 2-0 16.0 IP 6 R 6 ER 1 BB 15 K 3.38 ERA 0.81 WHIP

2032 ULCS:

SP Jason Chapman Calgary
2 GS 0-0 12.0 IP 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 10 K 0.00 ERA 0.71 WHIP

2032 SLCS:

CF T.J. Rose Hawaii .400 AVG 1 HR 5 RBI 9 R 1 BB 6 SB 1.084 OPS

2033 SIMBL CS:

SP Jason Chapman Calgary
2 GS 2-0 17.0 IP 3 R 3 ER 1 BB 19 K 1.59 ERA 0.76 WHIP

 
2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2033) SIGNINGS

2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2033) 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
2033 FREE AGENCY SIM 3 TRANSACTIONS:
Saturday, January 15th, 2033

Bristol Owls: Signed free agent C Antonio De La Cruz to a 3-year contract worth a total of $10,200,000.
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Earl Long to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,500,000.
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Chad Carr to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,210,000.
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Jason Wiggins to a 1-year contract worth a total of $920,000.
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent MR Marvin Baldwin to a 1-year contract worth a total of $960,000.
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent LF Allen Clark to a 3-year contract worth a total of $10,160,000.
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent SP Justin Riley to a 2-year contract worth a total of $8,000,000.
Toronto Rush: Signed free agent MR Kenny Peterson to a 2-year contract worth a total of $11,050,000.
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Nate McDonald to a 1-year contract worth a total of $840,000.
Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent 2B Jose Blanco to a 2-year contract worth a total of $2,600,000.

Saturday, January 8th, 2033

New York Enforcers: Signed free agent SP Joe Blackwell to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,100,000.
Hawaii Pineapples: Signed free agent LF Byron Herman to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.
Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent CF Vito Veta to a 2-year contract worth a total of $3,100,000.
 
SCOTT POGUE TAKES OVER IN DEER LAKE

SCOTT POGUE TAKES OVER IN DEER LAKE

Newest SIMBL GM Enters League After Patient 8 Month Wait

After patiently waiting and remaining higly-visible for eight months to be a part of the SIMBL, Scott Pogue's patience has paid off as a new SIMBL GM has been officially named in a rare new league GM announcement.  Pogue is the first GM to enter the SIMBL in three seasons and in over 9 real-life months.

Pogue was named the newest member GM of the league recently taking over the Deer Lake franchise from long-time SIMBL GM and two-time SIMBL champion Chip Orton.

Chip has decided to step down due to recent time restraints forced due to his newborn son and recent relocation due to a new job but intends to rejoin the league in the future.  Orton won two championships in 2013 and 2015 with the previous team he also founded, the Las Vegas Hustlers whom he ran from 2010-2016 before taking his first hiatus.  He founded the Direwolves in 2022 and led them the past 10 seasons.

The 38 year-old Pogue joins the SIMBL being an OOTP veteran in such leagues as The Show. Scott is a software engineer in the Seattle area. An avid life-long baseball fan, Scott was even married at home plate at the Mariners' Safeco Field back in 2004.

"Generally speaking, I prefer pitching and defense over slugfests though I used to enjoy the fireworks shows the Mariners put on in the Kingdome. I still remember that All-Star game homer that Bo Jackson drilled about 500 feet to the upper deck in straight away center," said Pogue at his SIMBL introduction press conference.

Scott vowed to the Deer Lake fan base to turn around the D-Wolves current plight and return them to the postseason for the first time since 2029 and for only the second time in the past 14 seasons.  To show his intents, he has been already very active in trade blocks and planning the short and long-term finances of the currently financially-strangled SL East franchise.

"We welcome Scott to the SIMBL," said SIMBL Commissioner Christian DeMarco.  "Scott has already proven to be a very active and competitive GM that will give the rest of the league fits for seasons to come and fits in immediately with the competition level in the league."

It was not announced that Pogue would keep the D-Wolves in Deer Lake or relocate the team after his mandatory one-season wait if he decided to move the franchise.

 
2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2032) SIGNINGS

2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2032) SIGNINGS

Texans Bolster Pitching, Land 20-Game Winner Bartolo Carrasco From Tampa Bay

Whitby GM John Callahan adds to his three-time UL East defending champion Battalion by signing 8-time Gold Glove catcher Micah Irwin (above) as a Type A free agent away from Las Vegas.  Irwin last season tied former First File Era's catcher Albert Dykstra and second baseman Ramon Serrano for a SIMBL career-record in awards for defensive excellence.  The 34 year-old was selected with the #2 overall pick in the 2022 SIMBL Draft by Cleveland.  Irwin spent his first four seasons with Cleveland before being traded to Las Vegas where he spent the following nine seasons becoming one of the best defensive catchers to ever put on a SIMBL uniform.  Irwin earned the sixth All-Star appearance of his career last season by hitting .292 with 17 HR and 67 RBI.  Irwin was named 2031 SLDS MVP and was instrumental in winning Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah his first SIMBL championship when the Hustlers won it all last season.  By signing Irwin, Las Vegas receives Whitby's 2033 first round draft choice (#23 overall) and a compensation round pick.

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

2033 FREE AGENCY SIM 2 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, December 31st, 2032

New York Enforcers: Signed free agent MR Blair Singleton to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.
Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent C Micah Irwin to a 3-year contract worth a total of $54,440,000.
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP Bartolo Vera to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,750,000.
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent 2B Bill Wells to a 2-year contract worth a total of $5,200,000.
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent MR Hugo Smith to a 1-year contract worth a total of $910,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent MR Corey French to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.
Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent C Sean Garrett to a 4-year contract worth a total of $16,320,000.
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent SS Tiko Suzuki to a 1-year contract worth a total of $950,000.
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent 3B Rodney Cobb to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,100,000.

Monday, December 27th, 2032

Boston Revolution: Signed free agent C Taki Taketo to a 1-year contract worth a total of $6,000,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent LF Matt Kramer to a 2-year contract worth a total of $17,000,000.
Dallas Texans: Signed free agent SP Bartolo Carrasco to a 4-year contract worth a total of $98,000,000.
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SP Gustavo Estrada to a 4-year contract worth a total of $80,000,000.

Friday, December 24th, 2032

Bristol Owls: Signed free agent SS Michael Caldwell to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,600,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent MR Stephen Gibson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $900,000.
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent SP Antonio Soto to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent SP Dennis Russell to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent MR Cory Walton to a 1-year contract worth a total of $960,000.
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent C Arnold Wilson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,200,000.
 
2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/16/2032) SIGNINGS
CURRENT SIMBL FINANCIAL REPORT

2033 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/16/2032) SIGNINGS

Texas GM Pat Flanagan snags this off-season's only Supplemental Free Agent in inking the highly-touted Rich Jordan (above left) to a 4-year $105,500,000 deal starting off the SIMBL off-season free agency sweepstakes with a boom.  The 29 year-old 9/7/7/7/8-rated former Independent & Japanese League star petitioned finally to join the SIMBL and was granted official free agency status recently by the league office.  Jordan is expected to add a big bat to an expected talented up-and-coming Roadrunners club that halted a 17-season postseason drought last season by qualifying as the UL wildcard at 81-81 despite several major long-term injuries to key players.

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

2033 FREE AGENCY SIM 1 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Saturday, December 11th, 2032

Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent SP Bryson Redmond to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SS Jason Eaton to a 2-year contract worth a total of $4,000,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent SP Grant Miller to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,500,000.
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent MR Tito Hernandez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.
Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent MR Steve Morrison to a 2-year contract worth a total of $1,800,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent LF Michael Thome to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,500,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent SS Miggy Perez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.
Toronto Rush: Signed free agent RF Nathan Stokes to a 2-year contract worth a total of $6,800,000.
Dallas Texans: Signed free agent MR David Butler to a 2-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.
Hawaii Pineapples: Signed free agent MR Greg Benjamin to a 3-year contract worth a total of $10,800,000.
Hawaii Pineapples: Signed free agent MR Pablo Ayala to a 2-year contract worth a total of $2,160,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent CL Arthur Jackson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $650,000.
Chicago Hitmen: Signed free agent CF Terry Carr to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,500,000.
Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent SS Pepper Jeffries to a 4-year contract worth a total of $64,000,000.

Saturday, December 4th, 2032

Dallas Texans: Signed free agent C Joe Gibbs to a 4-year contract worth a total of $97,000,000.
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SP Cam Jackson to a 2-year contract worth a total of $6,200,000.
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent C David Lopez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $850,000.
Texas Roadrunners: Signed free agent 3B Rich Jordan to a 4-year contract worth a total of $105,500,000.

Friday, December 3rd, 2032


Calgary Clippers: Signed C Kerry Page to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $3,000,000.
 
2033 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED

2033 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED


The 2033 SIMBL Draft order has been officially announced.  This is the order before any Type A free agency compensations.

The top 12 draft order teams can also sign upcoming 2033 Type A free agents without losing their first round draft pick as compensation.  The 2033 SIMBL Draft will commence after the off-season and upon Opening Day 2033.

1.Sacramento (57-105)
2. Knoxville (63-99)
3. Toronto (65-97)
4. Deer Lake (68-94)
5. Bend (69-93)
6. Rochester (71-91)
7. Westbury (72-90)
8. New York (73-89)
9. Asheville ((75-87)
10. Seattle (77-85)
11. Dallas (78-84)
12. Oregon (79-83)
13. Bristol (80-82)
14. Texas (81-81)
15. Cleveland (83-79)
16. Boston (85-77)
17. Hollywood (86-76)
18. Las Vegas (88-74)
19. Chicago (90-72)
20. Hawaii (97-65)
21. Calgary (98-64)
22. San Diego (99-63)
23. Whitby (103-59)
24. Tampa Bay (107-55)

 
CLIPPERS SHUT DOWN PINEAPPLES OFFENSE, WIN 2032 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP
2032 POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

CLIPPERS SHUT DOWN PINEAPPLES OFFENSE, WIN 2032 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP

Hawaii Held To 12 Runs In Five Games As Calgary Wins Fourth SIMBL Title In Franchise History; Clippers SP Jason Chapman Dominates In Two Wins

Calgary Clippers teammates storm the field at E Komo Field in Honolulu after winning Game Five and clinching the 2032 SIMBL championship.  The Clippers won their fourth league title and first since 2025 by surprisingly holding the potent Hawaii offense to two runs in three of the games and 12 runs total in five games.  Clippers SP Jason Chapman was masterful in two games earning two wins by going 17 innings allowing only 3 runs on 12 hits while striking out 19.

Calgary's Jason Chapman (above) smells blood pitching in the 9th inning of Game Five of the 2032 SIMBL CS against Hawaii.  The 30 year-old former 2022 third round draft pick was dominating in his two SIMBL CS starts going 17 innings allowing 12 hits and three runs while striking out 19. Chapman tied a SIMBL CS record with a 13-strikeout game in Game One.  Chapman was masterful in the Clippers run to the 2032 SIMBL title by going 3-0 with a 2.40 ERA and 0.97 WHIP in his six postseason starts.

2032 SIMBL CS:
CALGARY 4 HAWAII 1
2032 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series:
Game One: Calgary 3 Hawaii 1
Game Two: Calgary 7 Hawaii 2
Game Three: Hawaii 3 Calgary 2 (10th Inning Walk-Off Error)
Game Four: Calgary 7 Hawaii 4
Game Five: Calgary 6 Hawaii 2

In a championship series which featured two of the top scoring offenses in the SIMBL and two very evenly-matched teams pitching wins this year.

The Calgary Clippers of GM Christian DeMarco kept up their stellar pitching from the series first three games and showed that it wasn't a fluke in shutting down the big bats of Hawaii GM Troy Vogel's Pineapples winning the 2032 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship in five games.  An attempt to run a live SIM with managerial decisions was deferred by Troy as we try to do at title time traditionally and the final SIM was simply auto run as usual.

The Clippers win their fourth SIMBL championship in the charter franchise's 28-season history improving their still dreadful postseason success to 4 championships in 23 postseason apperances.  It's the first Calgary championship in seven seasons and joins their other rings in 2018, 2023 and 2025. Calgary is now 4-3 in SIMBL CS trips.

Calgary held the potent Hawaii offense to two runs or less in three of the five games and to 12 total in the five game series.

It's the second loss in the past three seasons in the SIMBL CS for Troy and his Pineapples club after winning the 2028 SIMBL championship.

Congratulations to all on another successful, fun and competitive SIMBL season, our 28th together.  Our 29th season is now forthcoming.

The 2032 postseason MVPs will be announced.  We still have five missing ballots for the 2032 SIMBL GM Awards and with so many award races so tight we will not proceed with the file until all votes are received.  

The 2032 All-SIMBL Team will then be announced as well as the official 2033 SIMBL Draft order and 2033 off-season SIM schedule.

2032 SIMBL CS GAME FOUR:

CALGARY 7 HAWAII 4
Calgary Leads Series 3-1
WP: Hayden James (2-1 3.13 ERA) LP: Gustavo Estrada (1-3 4.45 ERA) HLD: Bob Detty (2) Domingo Francisco (1) SV: John Coburn (5)
HR: Calgary: Kerry Page (7) Hue Henderson (3) Hawaii: Robert Stuart (2)
Player Of The Game: Hue Henderson 1B Calgary
1 for 2 1 R HR 5 RBI

Hawaii takes a 4-1 first inning lead on a two-run homer by Robert Stuart off of Calgary's Hayden James. A Roger Marcum triple was followed by a Deryk Ryles single to a make it 3-1 and then Gran Moulder singled home Ryles to make it 4-1.  

James, the former #3 overall pick of the 2024 SIMBL Draft and 2028 UL Hurler Of The Year, then settled down as Calgary started a comeback in the top of the third inning tacking on two runs on a Kerry Page double and Carlos Rosa single to put two runners on quickly.  The Pineapples' Gustavo Estrada then walked SIMBL career bases on balls leader Colt McAlister to load the bases.  Estrada walked home a run to Hue Henderson to make it 4-2.  Justin Sandy scored Rosa on a fielders choice before Estrada got Antonio Oliva to ground out to leave two runners stranded and a 4-3 lead.

In the top of the fourth, the Clippers tied it 4-4 on backup catcher Kerry Page's 7th home run of the postseason.

In the top of the fifth, McAlister tripled off of Estrada and scored on a Henderson ground out to move the Clippers up 5-4 and a lead they would not relinquish.

Henderson added a two-run home run in the top of the eight to chase Estrada out of the game and go up 7-4.  James went 7.0 innings allowing 8 hits and four runs before yielding to the vaunted Clippers bullpen as Bob Detty and Domingo Francisco didn't allow a runner on base as John Coburn earned his fifth save of the playoffs to give the Clippers a commanding 3-1 series lead with Game Five in Honolulu again.

2032 SIMBL CS GAME FIVE:

CALGARY 6 HAWAII 2
Calgary Wins Series 4-1
WP: Jason Chapman (3-0) LP: Mark Campbell (2-2)
HR: Calgary: Ramiro Sanchez (4) Hawaii: Angel Orozco (3)
Player Of The Game: Jason Chapman SP Calgary
9.0 IP 6 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 6 K

Calgary clinches the 2032 SIMBL championship by holding one of the SIMBL's highest-scoring offenses to two runs or less for the third time in five games as Jason Chapman earns his second win of the series.  Chapman threw 17 innings and only allowed 12 hits and three runs in his two wins while striking out 19.

Calgary jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first on a leadoff walk to Carlos Rosa whole stole second base and promptly scored on Tad Jackson's single.

The Clippers went up 4-0 in the top of the fourth as Antonio Oliva doubled in Justin Sandy who walked previously.  Ramiro Sanchez singled in Sandy for a 3-0 Calgary lead.  Rookie Shawn Jeffries grounded into a fielders choice but was singled home by Kerry Page to make it 4-0 off of Pineapples ace Mark Campbell.

The Clippers smelled blood and added on another run an inning later in the top of the fifth when Tad Jackson singled and was moved second on a Colt McAlister walk. Hue Henderson moved Jackson to third on a sacrifice fly and then Jackson scored on a Justin Sandy fielders choice to make it 5-0.

Ramiro Sanchez's solo home run off of Fred Winson in the top of the sixth made it 6-0.  

Hawaii scored a run each in the eighth and ninth on an Angel Orozco solo home run as Chapman was masterful again and went the distance for a complete-game series-clinching win.

 
CALGARY LEADS HAWAII 2-1 IN 2032 SIMBL CS
2032 POSTSEASON SERIES REPORTS

CALGARY LEADS HAWAII 2-1 IN 2032 SIMBL CS

Clippers Pitching Holds Potent Pineapples Bats To Three Runs In First Two Games, Six Runs In First Three Games Of Title Series

Hawaii teammates converge on shortstop Gran Moulder (above center) who reached first base on an error on Calgary first baseman Hue Henderson which scored the winning run in an 11-inning Game Three walk-off win that avoided the Pineapples from getting into a 3-0 series deficit to Calgary in the 2032 SIMBL CS.  The Clippers held the potent Pineapples bats to only three runs in the first two games and to only six total runs in the first three games of the title series.

2032 SIMBL CS:
CALGARY 2 HAWAII 1
Game One: Calgary 3 Hawaii 1
Game Two: Calgary 7 Hawaii 2
Game Three: Hawaii 3 Calgary 2 (10th Inning Walk-Off Error)

The Calgary Clippers of GM Christian DeMarco held the Hawaii Pineapples of GM Troy Vogel to three runs in the first two games and held the powerful Hawaii bats to another two runs before losing on a walk-off error in Game Three to stand up two games to one in the 2032 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

Texts were exchanged during the Games 1-3 SIM and an attempt will be made to run a live SIM on Sunday between the two finalist GMs as is tradition.

We'll wrap up the 2032 SIMBL CS and a new champion will be crowned regardless by Sunday December 14, 2014 at 7 PM ET.

Mandatory 2032 GM Awards ballots are due Sunday at 7 PM ET as well to avoid penalization for not voting.

Good luck to Christian and Troy as we near the end of the 2032 SIMBL season.

2032 SIMBL CS GAME ONE:

CALGARY 3 HAWAII 1
Calgary Leads Series 1-0
WP: Jason Chapman (2-0 2.51 ERA) LP: Mark Campbell (2-1 1.14 ERA) SV: John Coburn (4)
HR: Calgary: Kerry Page (4) Hawaii: Gran Moulder (6)
Player Of The Game: Jason Chapman 8.0 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 0 BB 13 K

Calgary goes up 1-0 in the bottom of the third on a Tad Jackson single scoring rookie Shawn Jeffries.  The Clippers make it 3-0 in the bottom of the fifth on a two-run shot by catcher Kerry Page off of Hawaii's Mark Campbell.  The Pineapples Gran Moulder hits a solo shot off of Jason Chapman in the top of the seventh but that's all that they can muster off of Chapman who tied a SIMBL CS record with 13 K and was masterful.

2032 SIMBL CS GAME TWO:

CALGARY 7 HAWAII 2
Calgary Leads Series 2-0
WP: Mohammed Alvarez (1-1 4.42 ERA) LP: Fernando Martinez (2-2 5.79 ERA)
HR: Calgary: Kerry Page (6)
Player Of The Game: Kerry Page C Calgary
2 for 2 2 R Two 3-Run HR BB 6 RBI

Down 2-0 in the bottom of the second inning, Calgary catcher Kerry Page, playing due to regular catcher Randall Mays' injury that put him out of the playoffs during the last week of the regular season, hits a three-run blast off of Hawaii's Fernando Martinez to give the Clippers a 3-2 rebound lead.  Page strikes again in the bottom of the fourth inning with a same three-run shot off of Martinez to give him 6 RBI in two innings and a 6-2 Clippers lead.  Mohammed Alvarez scatters five hits in another dominating Clippers pitching performance the rest of the way as Calgary goes up 2-0 on Hawaii in the 2032 SIMBL CS.

2032 SIMBL CS GAME THREE:

HAWAII 3 CALGARY 2 (10 INNINGS WALK OFF ERROR ON CALGARY 1B HUE HENDERSON SCORES HAWAII'S ROBERT STUART)
Calgary Leads Series 2-1
WP: Patrick Thomas (2-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Bob Detty (3-2 1.20 ERA)
HR: Calgary: Hue Henderson (2)
Player Of The Game: Rafael Morales SP Calgary
7.0 3 H 2 R 2 ER 4 BB 4 K

Hawaii prevails in their third game of scoring three runs or less in a wild ten-inning affair in E Komo Field in Honolulu. Hawaii went up 1-0 in the bottom of the first on a walk to speedster T.J. Rose who led the SIMBL this past season in stolen bases.  Rose promptly stole second and third base and scored on a Deryk Ryles sacrifice fly to make it 1-0. Calgary quickly responded the next inning when Hue Henderson, who later would be the game goat, doubled off the wall off of the Pineapples young ace Ricardo Camacho.  After a walk to Calgary SS Antonio Oliva, Clippers 3B Ramiro Sanchez singled to load the bases.  Rookie Shawn Jeffries then scored Henderson on a long sacrifice fly to tie it 1-1 before Camacho got Kerry Page to ground out to end the inning.

The Clippers took the lead on a solo home run by Henderson off of Camacho then poised for more damage as Justin Sandy was hit by a pitch.  One batter later, Sanchez doubled again but in a vastly important play Sandy was gunned out at the plate by Kendrick Templeton as Camacho got out of the inning with the Clippers up 2-1.

In a series of two very evenly matched teams, the Pineapples stormed back to tie it in the bottom of the sixth when Rafael Morales, who pitched a gem, walked Robert Stuart. A rare balk on Morales while pitching to Deryk Ryles moved Stuart to second base. On a 3-2 pitch Ryles then drove a crisp single to left field scoring Stuart to tie it at 2-2.  Roger Marcum singled to put two runners on before Morales got Gran Moulder to ground into a fielders choice to end the threat.

Camacho got out of a jam in the top of the eighth inning as the Clippers put two runners on before he got Sanchez to ground out to end the threat.

The game went into extra innings and Hawaii looked at a 3-0 series deficit as Calgary's Colt McAlister doubled off of closer Todd Newell and was moved to third base on a Justin Sandy single. But the former 2029 and 2030 SL Fireman Of The Year Award winner showed his credentials by striking out the dangerous Henderson and Oliva to end the danger.

In the bottom of the 11th Hawaii's Robert Stuart and Ryles singled off of Calgary five-time UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Bob Detty to put runners on first and second. Clippers former 2029 first round pick Russell Kirk came in and got 40 HR/40 SB Roger Marcum to ground out into a double-play but moved Stuart to third.

With two outs, Gran Moulder grounded the apparent third out of the inning and to end the threat to Henderson who muffed the ball which allowed Stuart to score on a walk-off error in a classic SIMBL CS contest to narrow Hawaii's series deficit to 2-1 in improbable fashion.

 
CLIPPERS & PINEAPPLES ADVANCE TO 2032 SIMBL CS
2032 POSTSEASON REPORTS

CLIPPERS & PINEAPPLES ADVANCE TO 2032 SIMBL CS

Calgary Avenges Last Two Season's LDS Sweeps To Whitby In Seven Games In ULCS; Hawaii Knocks Out Chicago In Six Games In SLCS

Calgary's Tad Jackson is the hero and rounds the bases after hitting a walk-off two-run home run for a stunning 2-1 Clippers win in Game Five against Whitby in the 2032 ULCS.  Jackson's blast off of Battalion ace Keith Patterson, who was working on a two-hit shutout, came with two outs and prevented Whitby from going up 3-2 in the series.  Whitby rebounded to win Game Six but got thumped in Game Seven at home to earn Calgary's first trip to the SIMBL CS in seven seasons.  The Clippers seek their fourth SIMBL championship and first since the 2025 season.

Hawaii teammates celebrate their 11-1 Game Six SLCS-clinching victory over the Hitmen on the road in Chicago.  The Pineapples advance to their third SIMBL CS in the past four seasons and seek their second championship in four years.  Hawaii became the 14th wildcard to advance to the SMIBL CS and seek to become the 8th #4 seed to win it all.

2032 SIMBL CS:
CALGARY VS. HAWAII

2032 SIMBL LCS:
CALGARY 4 WHITBY 3
HAWAII 4 CHICAGO 2

It's Calgary vs. Hawaii in the 2032 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

Calgary GM Christian DeMarco's Clippers took out GM John Callahan's Whitby Battalion in seven games in the ULCS to advance to their first SIMBL CS since the 2025 season.  The Clippers avenge two four-game sweeps in the opening round to the Battalion the past two seasons.

It's the seventh trip to the SIMBL CS in Clippers franchise history joining their other trips in 2011, 2014, 2018, 2019, 2023 and 2025.  Calgary seeks their fourth SIMBL championship and first in seven seasons.

Hawaii GM Troy Vogel's SL-wildcard Pineapples knocked out Chicago GM John Bowden's Hitmen in six games and advance to their third SIMBL CS in four seasons.  The Pineapples beat Oregon for their only SIMBL championship in 2029 and lost to Whitby in the 2030 SIMBL CS.  The Pineapples are the 14th wildcard to advance to the SIMBL CS in 28 seasons and seek to be the eighth to win the SIMBL title as a wildcard.

Congratulations and good luck to Christian and Troy and congratulations on great runs to John and John.

2032 SIMBL CS Games 1-3 will be run Saturday as soon as exports are received and a possible live SIM will be attempted with Troy as well.  In both cases, scores will be posted in real-time in the SIMBL Forum.

A last reminder that mandatory 2032 SIMBL GM Awards ballots are due Sunday December 14, 2014 at 7 PM ET.  Please take a few moments to vote if you haven't to avoid penalization.

2032 SIMBL LCS GAMES FOUR:

CALGARY 9 WHITBY 2
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Rafael Morales (2-0 1.17 ERA) LP: J.J. Drew (1-1 4.50 ERA)
HR: Calgary: Hue Henderson (1) Whitby: Kenny Burns (1)
Player Of The Game: Rafael Morales SP Calgary
9.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 3 BB 5 K

HAWAII 14 CHICAGO 0
Hawaii Leads Series 3-1
WP: Mark Campbell (2-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Joe Tarnowsky (0-2 5.82 ERA)
HR: Hawaii: Roger Marcum (6) Gran Moulder (5) Angel Orozco (2)  
Player Of The Game: Mark Campbell SP Hawaii
7.2 IP 5 H 0 R 0 ER 3 BB 8 K

2032 SIMBL LCS GAMES FIVE:

CALGARY 2 WHITBY 1 (TAD JACKSON TWO-RUN WALK OFF HOME RUN)
Calgary Leads Series 3-2
WP: Bob Detty (3-1 1.80 ERA) LP: Keith Patterson (1-2 2.57 ERA)
HR: Calgary: Tad Jackson (3) Whitby: Kenny Burns (3)
Player Of The Game: Jason Chapman SP Calgary
8.0 IP 4 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 6 K

A 0-0 pitcher's duel going into the ninth inning, Whitby's Kenny Burns hits a solo shot off of Calgary's Domingo Francisco who came in relief of Jason Chapman who matched Whitby ace Keith Patterson pitch-for-for allowing only four hits through eight innings.  Down to one more out to go and riding a two-hitter at the time, Patterson allows a single to Clippers leadoff hitter Carlos Rosa. Rosa stole second base to get the tying run into position.  It wouldn't matter as the SIMBL top-rated second baseman delivers a two-run walk off home run of Patterson's 104th pitch to put Calgary up 3-2 in the series.

CHICAGO 6 HAWAII 5
Hawaii Leads Series 3-2
WP: Vincente Huerta (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Ricardo Camacho (2-2 5.75 ERA) HLD: Alberto Barrios (1) Clint Rocker (3) SV: Jimmy Kenney (4)
HR: Chicago: Peter Turner (3) Darren Peters (2) Hawaii: Kendrick Templeton (4) T.J. Rose (2)
Player Of The Game: Darren Peters 2B Chicago
3 for 4 2 R Solo Home Run 4 RBI

2032 SIMBL LCS GAMES SIX:

WHITBY 4 CALGARY 2
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Warren Lane (3-1 4.21 ERA) LP: Hayden James (1-1 2.25 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (7)
HR: Whitby: Kenny Burns (4)
Player Of The Game: Warren Lane SP Whitby
8.0 IP 8 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 2 K

In a another tied ballgame going into the bottom of the sixth inning, Whitby's suddenly-sizzling Kenny Burns hits a two-run shot off of Calgary's Hayden James which remained the difference as Whitby ties the series 3-3 and the 2032 ULCS goes to a Game Seven.

HAWAII 11 CHICAGO 1
Hawaii Wins Series 4-2
WP: Gustavo Estrada (1-2 3.76 ERA) LP: Jimmy Wagner 2-1 5.81 ERA)
HR: Hawaii: Deryk Ryles (4)
Player Of The Game: Gustavo Estrada SP Hawaii
9.0 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 9 K

Hawaii roughs up Chicago ace Jimmy Wagner, who was brilliant previously in the postseason and led the Hitmen this far, for 7 runs on 7 hits in three innings on the way to a Game Six 11-1 rout.  The Pineapples make it to the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series for the third time in the past four seasons and seek their second SIMBL title in four years.

2032 SIMBL ULCS GAME SEVEN:

CALGARY 9 WHITBY 3
Calgary Wins Series 4-3
WP: Russell Kirk (1-1 2.30 ERA) LP: Marco Torrez (1-2 5.84 ERA)
HR: Calgary: Justin Sandy (1) Whitby: Kenny Burns (5)
Player Of The Game: Russell Kirk MR Calgary
5.0 IP 4 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 5 K

Whitby goes up 3-0 in the bottom of the third but Calgary's big bats quickly answer with a three-run top of the fourth to tie it 3-3. The Clippers broke open a tight 4-3 in the top of the seventh with a four-run inning chasing starter Marco Torrez and reliever Gustavo Valasquez for eight runs on nine hits in 6.1 innings to go up 8-3.  The Clippers add an insurance run in the top of the eighth as the Calgary bullpen of Russell Kirk, Bob Detty, Jackson Myers and John Coburn hold down the fort to advance Clippers to their first SIMBL CS since the 2025 season.

 
WHITBY & HAWAII UP 2-1 IN 2032 SIMBL LCS
2032 POSTSEASON REPORTS

WHITBY & HAWAII UP 2-1 IN 2032 SIMBL LCS

2032 SIMBL LCS:
WHITBY 2 CALGARY 1
HAWAII 2 CHICAGO 1

2032 SIMBL LCS GAMES ONE:

CALGARY 2 WHITBY 1 (15 INNINGS)
Calgary Leads Series 1-0
WP: Bob Detty (2-0 2.16 ERA) LP: Blair Singleton (0-1 4.50 ERA)
HR: Whitby: Rio Percy (1)
Player Of The Game: Bob Detty MR Calgary
5.0 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 5 K

HAWAII 3 CHICAGO 2
Hawaii Leads Series 1-0
WP: Ricardo Camacho (2-1 3.93 ERA) LP: Joe Tarnowsky (0-1 2.93 ERA) SV: Todd Newell (4)
HR: Hawaii: Rob Olson (1)
Player Of The Game: Ricardo Camacho SP Hawaii
8.0 IP 5 H 1 R 1 ER 2 BB 6 K

2032 SIMBL LCS GAMES TWO:

WHITBY 5 CALGARY 3
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Warren Lane (2-1 5.09 ERA) LP: Mohammed Alvarez (0-1 6.10 ERA) HLD: Mel Booker (3) Blair Singleton (3) SV: Luis Castro (5)
HR: Whitby: Scott Porter (1) Glenn Walker (1) Calgary: Ramiro Sanchez (2) Carlos Rosa (2)
Player Of The Game: Cory Larson MR Calgary
2.2 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 2 K

HAWAII 7 CHICAGO 6 (12 INNINGS)
Hawaii Leads Series 2-0
WP: Patrick Thomas (1-0 0.00 ERA) BSV: Clint Rocker (1) LP: Jimmy Kenney (0-1 1.80 ERA)
HR: Hawaii: Kendrick Templeton (3) Roger Marcum (5) Gran Moulder (4) Angel Orozco (1) Chicago: Peter Turner (2) Mal Young (1)
Player Of The Game: Peter Turner 3B Chicago
3 for 5 1 R Two-Run HR BB 2 RBI

2032 SIMBL LCS GAMES THREE:

WHITBY 3 CALGARY 2
Whitby Leads Series 2-1
WP: Marco Torrez (1-1 5.30 ERA) LP: Russell Kirk (0-1 3.38 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (6)
HR: Calgary: Ramiro Sanchez (3)
Player Of The Game: Marco Torrez SP Whitby
8.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 7 K

CHICAGO 5 HAWAII 3
Hawaii Leads Series 2-1
WP: Gene Shuey (2-0) LP: Fernando Martinez (2-1) SV: Jimmy Kenney (3)
Player Of The Game: Gene Shuey SP Chicago
7.0 IP 6 H 3 R 3 ER 2 BB 4 K

 
IT'S BATTALION VS. CLIPPERS & PINEAPPLES VS. HITMEN IN 2032 SIMBL LCS
2032 SIMBL POSTSEASON REPORTS & MATCHUPS

IT'S BATTALION VS. CLIPPERS & PINEAPPLES VS. HITMEN IN 2032 SIMBL LCS

Hawaii Upsets Tampa Bay In Seven Games For Third Time In Past Four Postseasons

Calgary's Hue Henderson (above left) congratulates rookie Shawn Jeffries with a slam in the Clippers' series-clinching 8-0 win in Game Five of the 2032 SLDS against Cleveland.  Of the four teams remaining in the 2032 SIMBL LCS, Calgary has the longest drought in reaching the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.  The Clippers look for their first trip to the SIMBL CS since 2025. Chicago (2027), Hawaii (2029) and Whitby (2030) also seek their returns for a chance to win the SIMBL championship.

2032 SIMBL LCS:
WHITBY VS. CALGARY
HAWAII VS. CHICAGO

2032 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY 4 TEXAS 3
CALGARY 4 CLEVELAND 1
HAWAII 4 TAMPA BAY 3
CHICAGO 4 SAN DIEGO 1

Another two series went down to seven games and two went five games as the 2032 SIMBL LDS series have concluded.

GM John Callahan's Whitby Battalion came back from a 3-2 series deficit and won at home in Game Seven to knock out Texas GM Pat Flanagan's UL-wildcard Roadrunners and advance to their third consecutive ULCS and their fourth in the past six seasons.

It will be an interesting 2032 ULCS as Whitby will meet GM Christian DeMarco's Calgary Clippers who defeated the Brownies of GM Jonathan Fitzgerald in five games in the other ULDS.  Calgary will be seeking payback after being swept in the past two season's first round by the Battalion.  Despite being familiar postseason foes, the two meet in the ULCS for the first time in 9 seasons when the Clippers knocked out the Battalion in six games in 2023.  It's the Clippers' first trip to the ULCS since 2029 and their 14th overall trip to LCS where they are 7-6.  The Clippers are seeking their fourth SIMBL championship and first since the 2027 season.  Whitby is seeking their second SIMBL title in the past three seasons.

Hawaii GM Troy Vogel's Pineapples knocked out GM Tim Melican's SL #1 seeded Tampa Bay Silverbacks in the SLDS in seven games winning game seven on the road.  It's the third time in the past four postseasons that Hawaii has knocked out Tampa Bay in seven games.  Troy seems to have hard-luck Tim's number as the Pineapples advance to their third SLCS in the past four seasons where they knocked out Tampa in full seven-game series after coming back from 3-1 series deficits in 2029 and 2030. Hawaii's pitching held Tampa Bay's SL MVP favorite Julian Winfield to a dreadful .148 AVG series with a shocking 0 HR and 0 RBI.  Hawaii's seeking the second SIMBL title in franchise history and their second in the past four seasons.

The Chicago Hitmen of GM John Bowden knocked out San Diego GM Don Krause's favored Warewolves in only a surprising five games in the other SLDS.  The Hitmen make their first SLCS in five seasons when they defeated Asheville and advanced to the 2027 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series losing to New York in six games.  It's the fourth trip to the SLCS in the SIMBL charter franchise's history joining their other advancements in 2006, 2014, 2017 and 2027. The Hitmen are still seeking their first SIMBL championship.

For what it worth, Hawaii and Calgary won the season's series against Chicago and Whitby respectively 7-5.

Congratulations to John, Christian, John and Troy for advancing and a good runs and seasons were again put in by Pat, Jonathan, Don and Tim.

We'll run 2032 SIMBL LCS Games 1-3 on Thursday night December 11, 2014 with an export deadline of 7:00 PM ET.

The annual mandatory voting on the 2032 SIMBL GM Awards and announcement is shortly forthcoming.

2032 SIMBL LDS GAMES FOUR:

CALGARY 6 CLEVELAND 5
Calgary Leads Series 3-1
WP: Bob Detty (1-1 5.40 ERA) LP: Jeremy Westover (0-1 2.08 ERA) HLD: Russell Kirk (2) SV: John Coburn (3)
HR: Calgary: Carlos Rosa (1) Tad Jackson (2) Colt McAlister (2)  
Player Of The Game: Tad Jackson 2B Calgary
4 for 4 2 R BB 2B HR 3 RBI 2 SB

WHITBY 6 TEXAS 3
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Keith Patterson (1-1 2.81 ERA) LP: Dalton Jarvis (1-1 5.40 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Keith Patterson SP Whitby
8.0 IP 8 H 3 R 1 ER 1 BB 3 K

SAN DIEGO 18 CHICAGO 3 (SAN DIEGO ROOKIE KEEGAN BRYANT BECOMES SECOND PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY TO HAVE A THREE-HOME RUN POSTSEASON GAME JOINING CHICAGO'S R.J. POOLE IN 2017)
Chicago Leads Series 3-1
WP: Luis Ortega (1-1 7.27 ERA) HLD: Tory Nash (1) LP: Ray Coleman (0-1 10.13 ERA)  
HR: San Diego: David Jackson (1) Keegan Byrant 3 (3) Dante Dawson (3)
Player Of The Game: Keegan Bryant LF San Diego
4 for 4 5 R 2 BB 3 HR 4 RBI  

HAWAII 3 TAMPA BAY 0
Hawaii Leads Series 3-1
WP: Mark Campbell (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Bartolo Carrasco (0-1 1.13 ERA) SV: Todd Newell (2)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Mark Campbell SP Hawaii
8.0 IP 6 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 3 K

2032 SIMBL LDS GAMES FIVE:

CALGARY 8 CLEVELAND 0
Calgary Wins Series 4-1
WP: Hayden James (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Billy Russell (1-1 4.50 ERA)
HR: Calgary: Antonio Oliva (1) Kerry Page 2 (2)  
Player Of The Game: Kerry Page C Calgary
3 for 4 2 R 2 HR 4 RBI

TEXAS 10 WHITBY 3
Texas Leads Series 3-2
WP: Eric Richards (1-1 2.81 ERA) LP: Warren Lane (1-1 6.10 ERA)  
HR: Texas: Vincent Miller (1) Antonio Patrone (1) Jimmy Dalton (1) Whitby: Lawrence Moore (1)
Player Of The Game: Antonio Patrone C Texas
2 for 3 1 R 3-Run HR 5 RBI

CHICAGO 6 SAN DIEGO 2
Chicago Wins Series 4-1
WP: Jimmy Wagner (2-0 3.38 ERA) LP: Kelly Hoskinson (0-2 12.86 ERA)
HR: San Diego: Dante Dawson (4) Quinton Glover (2)
Player Of The Game: Jimmy Wagner SP Chicago
8.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 0 BB 7 K

TAMPA BAY 10 HAWAII 5
Hawaii Leads Series 3-2
WP: Chris Townend (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Ricardo Camacho (1-1 6.10 ERA)
HR: Tampa Bay: Jake Boles (1) Jorge Batista (1) Hawaii: Kendrick Templeton (2) Roger Marcum (3)
Player Of The Game: Akiro Hikaru CF Tampa Bay
3 for 3 4 R 2 BB 2 SB RBI

2032 SIMBL LDS GAMES SIX:

WHITBY 5 TEXAS 4
Series Tied 3-3
WP: Gustavo Velasquez (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Michael Kilbane (1-1 5.11 ERA) HLD: Mel Booker (2) Blair Singleton (2) SV: Luis Castro (3)
HR: Whitby: Kevin Cox (1) Joshua Gallagher (1)
Player Of The Game: Kevin Cox 3B Whitby
3 for 4 1 R HR 2 RBI

TAMPA BAY 1 HAWAII 0
Series Tied 3-3
WP: Chet Parker (1-0 7.36 ERA) LP: Gustavo Estrada (0-2 3.00 ERA) HLD: Lawrence Jordan (1) Felix Urbina (1) SV: Steven Pfleuger (2)
HR: Akiro Hikaru (1)
Player Of The Game: Jack Callahan SP Tampa Bay
4.2 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 2 K

Singles-machine Akiro Hikaru hits a rare home run in the bottom of the third and former MROTY Lawence Jordan and Felix Urbina and former FOTY Steven Pfleuger show why they won those awards in the past and hold down the fort the rest of the way as Hawaii and Tampa Bay go to a seven-game postseason series in the past four years.

2032 SIMBL LDS GAMES SEVEN:

WHITBY 4 TEXAS 2
Whitby Wins Series 4-3
WP: J.J Drew (1-0 LP: Dalton Jarvis (1-2) SV: Luis Castro (4)
HR: Texas: Bill Wilhelm (1)
Player Of The Game: J.J. Drew SP Whitby
8.0 3 H 1 R 1 ER 0 BB 8 K

Tied 1-1 and down to their last six outs of the season, Whitby rallies for three runs in the bottom of the sixth to go up 4-1 and closer Luis Castro allows a run in the ninth inning but recovers for his fourth save of the series to tie a SIMBL postseason record as Whitby advances to face Calgary in the 2032 ULCS in a rematch of the past two season's ULDS sweeps by the Battalion.

HAWAII 7 TAMPA BAY 4
Hawaii Wins Series 4-3
WP: Fernando Martinez (2-0 2.77 ERA) LP: Grant Cody (0-2 5.40 ERA) SV: Todd Newell (3)
HR: Hawaii: Roger Marcum (4) Deryk Ryles 2 (3) T.J. Rose (1) Gran Moulder (3) Tampa Bay: Ray Conner (1) Valentin Santos (1)
Player Of The Game: Deryk Ryles 3B Hawaii
2 for 4 2 R 2 HR 4 RBI

Tied 4-4 after a wild first six innings of back-and-forth ball, Hawaii's Deryk Ryles leads a three-run top of the seventh with a two-run blast to go up 7-4 as Fernando Martinez pitches through the eighth and Todd Newell shuts the door on the road in the ninth as Hawaii knocks out heavily-favored Tampa Bay for the third time in the past four postseasons and advance to their third SLCS in the past four seasons.  The Pineapples hold Silverbacks monster bat and SL MVP favorite Julian Winfield to a .148 series with 0 HR and 0 RBI.  Ryles blasted two of the high-powered Pineapples' five round-trippers in the decisive game.

 
TEXAS, CALGARY, HAWAII & CHICAGO UP IN 2032 SIMBL LDS
2032 POSTSEASON REPORTS

TEXAS, CALGARY, HAWAII & CHICAGO UP IN 2032 SIMBL LDS


Chicago teammates mob Alvin Hart after his sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Hitmen a walk-off win and a surprising 3-0 lead on San Diego in the 2032 SLDS.

2032 SIMBL LDS:
TEXAS 2 WHITBY 1
CALGARY 2 CLEVELAND 1
HAWAII 2 TAMPA BAY 1
CHICAGO 3 SAN DIEGO 0

2032 SIMBL LDS GAMES ONE:

CALGARY 5 CLEVELAND 4
Calgary Leads Series 1-0
WP: Jason Chapman (1-0 5.14 ERA) LP: Tim Jones (0-1 15.00 ERA) HLD: Bob Detty (1) SV: John Coburn (1)
HR: Cleveland: Jameson Munnings (1) Scott Nelson (1) Calgary: Colt McAlister (1) Kerry Page (1)
Player Of The Game: Colt McAlister DH Calgary
2 for 3 2 R HR RBI SB

TEXAS 4 WHITBY 3
Texas Leads Series 1-0  
WP: Dalton Jarvis (1-0 3.38 ERA) LP: Keith Patterson (0-1 4.50 ERA) SV: Scott Williams (1)
HR: Texas: Dennis Martin (1) Julio Gonzalez (1)
Player Of The Game: Keith Patterson SP Whitby
8.0 IP 6 H 4 R 4 ER 1 BB 7 K

HAWAII 5 TAMPA BAY 0
Hawaii Leads Series 1-0
WP: Ricardo Camacho (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Kevin Schmidt (0-1 4.91 ERA)  
HR: Hawaii: Robert Stuart (1) Kendrick Templeton (1) Roger Marcum (1) Gran Moulder (1)
Player Of The Game: Ricardo Camacho SP Hawaii
7.0 IP 5 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 6 K

CHICAGO 6 SAN DIEGO 4
Chicago Leads Series 1-0
WP: Jimmy Wagner (1-0 4.50 ERA) LP: Luis Ortega (0-1 14.50 ERA) SV: Jimmy Kenney (1)
HR: Chicago: Alvin Hart (1) San Diego: Dante Dawson (1)
Player Of The Game: Evander Thomas MR San Diego  
2.2 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 5 K

2032 SIMBL LDS GAMES TWO:

CLEVELAND 5 CALGARY 3
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Billy Russell (1-0 3.38 ERA) LP: Bob Detty (0-1 6.75 ERA)
HR: Cleveland: Nathan Brown (1) Manny Foster (1) Calgary: Ramiro Sanchez (1) Tad Jackson (1)
Player Of The Game: Tad Jackson 2B Calgary  
3 for 4 1 R 2B 2-Run HR 2 RBI

WHITBY 2 TEXAS 1
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Warren Lane (1-0 1.29 ERA) LP: Eric Richards (0-1 2.25 ERA) HLD: Mel Booker (1) Blair Singleton (1) Josh Porter (1) SV: Luis Castro (1)
HR: Whitby: Kenny Burns (1)
Player Of The Game: Eric Richards SP Texas
8.0 IP 3 H 2 R 2 ER 0 BB 3 K

TAMPA BAY 4 HAWAII 1
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Jack Callahan (1-0 1.13 ERA) LP: Gustavo Estrada (0-1 3.38 ERA) SV: Steven Pfleuger (1)
HR: Hawaii: Deryk Ryles (1) Tampa Bay: Jake Albert (1)
Player Of The Game: Jack Callahan SP Tampa Bay
8.0 IP 2 H 1 R 1 ER 0 BB 6 K

CHICAGO 7 SAN DIEGO 4
Chicago Leads Series 2-0
WP: Gene Shuey (1-0) LP: Kelly Hoskinson (0-1) SV: Jimmy Kenney (2)
HR: Chicago: Peter Turner (1) Darren Peters (1) San Diego: Dante Dawson (2)  
Player Of The Game: Darren Peters RF Chicago
3 for 3 2 R 2B HR 4 RBI

2032 SIMBL LDS GAMES THREE:

CALGARY 1 CLEVELAND 0
Calgary Leads Series 2-1
WP: Rafael Morales (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Jacob Tanner (0-1 1.23 ERA) HLD: Russell Kirk (1) SV: John Coburn (2)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Jacob Tanner SP Cleveland
7.1 IP 4 H 1 R 1 ER 3 BB 4 K

TEXAS 5 WHITBY 2
Texas Leads Series 2-1
WP: Michael Kilbane (1-0 2.25 ERA) LP: Marco Torrez (0-1 7.50 ERA) SV: Scott Williams (2)
HR: Texas: Daniel Montesanto (1)
Player Of The Game: Michael Kilbane SP Texas
8.0 IP 2 H 2 R 2 ER 3 BB 4 K

HAWAII 4 TAMPA BAY 1
Hawaii Leads Series 2-1
WP: Fernando Martinez (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Grant Cody (0-1 3.38 ERA) HLD: Calvin Burgess (1) Kerry Powell (1) SV: Todd Newell (1)
HR: Hawaii: Roger Marcum (2) Gregory Joyner (1) Gran Moulder (2)  
Player Of The Game: Fernando Martinez SP Hawaii
5.0 IP 4 H 0 R 0 ER 4 BB 7 K

CHICAGO 3 SAN DIEGO 2 (WALK-OFF ALVIN HART SACRIFICE FLY)
Chicago Leads Series 3-0
WP: Clint Rocker (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Chad Bryan (0-1 27.00 ERA)
HR: Chicago: Alvin Hart (2) San Diego: Quinton Glover (1)
Player Of The Game: Richard Dicks Jr. SP San Diego
8.0 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 8 K

 
2032 PLAYOFF FIELD SET
2032 SIMBL POSTSEASON PREVIEW & REPORT

2032 PLAYOFF FIELD SET

Four New Entries, Four Repeats From Last Season As The Road To The 2032 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Begins

Texas Ends Second-Longest Active SIMBL Postseason Drought Going Back To 2015 Season

The Texas Roadrunners of GM Pat Flanagan celebrate after fighting off several big injuries this season and fended off several other teams and landed the 2032 UL wildcard berth.  The Roadrunners now end the second-longest active postseason drought in the SIMBL going back 17 seasons to the 2015 season.

2032 SIMBL LDS:
Whitby (1) vs. Texas (4)
Calgary (2) vs. Cleveland (3)
Tampa Bay (1) vs. Hawaii (4)
San Diego (2) vs. Chicago (3)

The 2032 regular season came down to an exciting finish once again and the playoff field has been set.

Congratulations to the league on yet another, our 28th, successful and long regular season.

There are four new entries into the postseason field from last season: Texas, Cleveland, Chicago and Hawaii while Whitby, Calgary, Tampa Bay and San Diego return from last season. The streak of a defending SIMBL champion not repeating extends to 27 season as last season's champion, GM Carl Hannah's Las Vegas Hustlers, join a small list of those who won a SIMBL championship and didn't make the postseason the next season and are the first not to return to defend their title since GM Pete McGowan's Asheville Smokies won in 2028.

Seven out of eight postseason were new entries last season to put 11 out of 16 new playoff berths the last two seasons showing once again that the competition in the SIMBL is at its best as ever.

Whitby, Calgary and Tampa Bay previously clinched division titles last week.

Congratulations to Texas GM Pat Flanagan whose Roadrunners (81-81) end the SIMBL's second-longest postseason drought of 17 seasons and clinched the 2032 UL wildcard.  Texas has persevered many major injuries to make their first playoff appearance since the 2015 season.  It's the third wildcard and sixth overall postseason trip in the charter franchise's 28-season history.

Congratulations to Cleveland GM Jonathan Fitzgerald as his Brownies (83-79) toughed out Oregon and Seattle for the 2032 UL West title.  The Brownies win their first division title and make their first trip to the postseason since the 2028 season.  It's the 10th overall divisional crown and 12th overall postseason appearance in franchise history.

Congratulations to GM John Bowden's Chicago Hitmen (90-72).  The Hitmen win the 2032 SL East crown and make their first postseason since the 2028 season.  It's the 11th overall divisional title and 12th overall trip to the playoffs in the charter franchise's history.

Congratulations to GM Don Krause's San Diego Warewolves (99-63).  The 'Wolves win their second consecutive SL West title and the 19th in the charter franchise's history.  It's the 22nd trip to the postseason for the 10-time SIMBL champions in the SIMBL's 28-season history.

Congratulations to Hawaii GM Troy Vogel's Pineapples (97-65) as they win the 2032 SL wildcard and return to the postseason after a one-season hiatus.  It's the third trip for the Pineapples in the past four seasons and second wildcard and eighth overall playoff trip in franchise history.

Whitby and Tampa Bay (107-55) are the top seeds this season.  

The Battalion will meet Texas in the 2032 ULDS while Calgary (98-64) will meet Cleveland in the other ULDS.

In the SL, Tampa Bay and Hawaii meet for the third time in four seasons in the postseasons.  The Pineapples defeated the Silverbacks in 2029 and 2030 in the SLCS and making history after coming back from 3-1 series deficits both times.  San Diego will meet Chicago in a rivalry that has postseason history in the past.

Westbury's Magglio Romo is the SIMBL batting champion hitting .355 and came up just short of breaking Ju-Won Shi's single-season record of .360 set in 2025.  Romo won the UL batting title while Hollywood's Franco Rubio won the SL batting title.

Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield became only the third player in SIMBL history to post a 60 home run season and the fourth such season in SIMBL history.  Winfield clubbed 61 which is ties for the third-most in a season in league history.  Winfield joins SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles and Boston's Tony Aguilar and it's the first such season since Aguilar's 62 during the 2024 season.  Calgary's Colt McAlister led the UL with 47 homers.

Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield (61), Tampa Bay's Jake Boles (48), Calgary's Colt McAlister (47), Calgary's Hue Henderson (45), Hawaii's Roger Marcum (45), Oregon's Ty Brown (43), Bristol's Jon LaMontanage (40) and Hawaii's Deryk Ryles posted 40+ home run seasons.

Tampa Bay's Jake Boles returned for an injury-shortened season last year to lead the SIMBL with 148 RBI.  Boles' 148 RBI were the most in the SIMBL in 12 seasons and the 7th-most in a season in SIMBL history.  Calgary's Hue Henderson led the UL with 133 RBI.

Hawaii's Roger Marcum and Boston's Julio Carmona posted the only 30 HR/30 SB seasons this year.

Tampa Bay's Jake Boles led the SIMBL with 204 hits while Calgary's Tad Jackson posted 202 hits leading UL as both are the only rare 200-hit seasons this year.

Knoxville speedster Joe Hayes and Hawaii's T.J. Rose led the SIMBL with 81 stolen bases.  Dallas' Carlos Bonilla led the UL with 73 swipes.

Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield led the SIMBL with 414 total bases while Calgary's Hue Henderson led the UL with 361.

Knoxville's Don Ironside set a new SIMBL single-season record with 216 strikeouts.

20-game winners were Tampa Bay's Kevin Schmidt (24), Whitby's Jimmy Dietz (23), Tampa Bay's Jack Callahan (23), Tampa Bay's Bartolo Carrasco (20) and San Diego's Richard Dicks Jr. (20).  Tampa Bay becomes one of the few teams in SIMBL history to sport three 20-game winners on the same pitching staff in a season.  It's the fifth 20-win season of Dicks Jr.'s career and the 9th 19+ win season of his career.

The 2032 SIMBL ERA king is Texas' Michael Kilbane with a 2.23 clip.  San Diego's Richard Dicks Jr. led the SL with a 2.43 ERA.

Tampa Bay's Steven Pfleuger led the SIMBL with 46 saves. Seattle's Willie Roger DeMarco led the UL with 44 saves. Las Vegas' Cedric Issacson had his tenth consecutive season of 30+ saves.

The SIMBL postseason will be begin with 2032 SIMBL LDS Games 1-3 on Tuesday December 10, 2014 with an export deadline of 7 PM ET.

 
ENFORCERS' BLANCO & D-WOLVES' RAYNES NAMED 2032 SIM 25 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

ENFORCERS' BLANCO & D-WOLVES' RAYNES NAMED 2032 SIM 25 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Down To The Wire: 7 Games & 1 SIM To Go In Regular Season As Five Postseason Berths Still Up For Grabs

Major Injuries Abound As Top Ten-Rated Aces Whitby's Jimmy Dietz & San Diego's Michael Martin Out For Season For Title Contenders, Calgary Loses Starting Catcher Randall Mays For Postseason, Hawaii's Deryk Ryles Out For Rest Of Regular Season-First Week Of Playoffs

Seattle Closer Willie Roger DeMarco Makes SIMBL History As Second Pitcher With 500 Career Saves

Oregon Slugger Ty Brown Becomes Only The 7th Player In SIMBL History With 400 Career Home Runs; Calgary's Colt McAlister At 559 Career Blasts, Two Away From Tying Daryl Ryles' All-Time League Record

Seattle's Willie Roger DeMarco (above) cements himself even more so as one of the most dominant closers in SIMBL history.  The 33 year-old left-hander became the second pitcher in SIMBL history with 500 career saves and now stands 13 saves behind SIMBL all-time saves leader Barrett Jenkins' current record of 513.  DeMarco was a fourth round pick by San Diego in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft and starred for the 'Wolves from 2019-2025 before he signed with the Seawolves during 2026 free agency.  He is a ten-time All-Star and two-time Fireman Of The Year winning the award in 2024 and 2031. 

7 GAMES & 1 SIM TO GO IN REGULAR SEASON:
UL East: Whitby Clinched
UL Central: Calgary Clinched
UL West: Cleveland over Oregon & Seattle 2.0 GB

SL East: Chicago over Boston 3.0 GB
SL Central: Tampa Bay Clinched
SL West: San Diego over Hawaii 3.0 GB

UL Wildcard: Bristol over Texas 1.0 GB over Dallas/Oregon/Seattle 3.0 GB
SL Wildcard: Hawaii over Hollywood 7.0 GB over Boston/Las Vegas 8.0 GB

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Jose Blanco, the New York shortstop, who swung a sweet bat all week to not only aid his team, but also pick up the Union League Player of the Week honors.

Blanco piled up 11 hits in 16 at-bats, 2 home runs and 6 RBIs while hitting .688.

Blanco is hitting .314 this year with 2 home runs, 23 RBIs and 18 runs scored. He has 54 hits in 172 at-bats, 18 walks and a .377 on-base percentage. Blanco has played in 65 games.

Veteran Logan Raynes had a great week at the plate for the Direwolves to capture the majority of votes for Player of the Week in the Syndicate League.

The 33-year-old Deer Lake shortstop built a .565 average on the strength of 13 hits in 23 at-bats, 2 home runs and 7 RBIs.

This year Raynes has hit at a .265 pace and produced 77 RBIs, 22 home runs and scored 100 runs.

2032 SIM 25 NEWS:

Monday, September 27th, 2032

SS Jose Blanco of the New York Enforcers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.

SS Logan Raynes of the Deer Lake Direwolves honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.

Saturday, September 25th, 2032

New York Enforcers: Rocco Ventura got suspended 6 games after ejection following a brawl.

Westbury Cannons: Jake Hughes got suspended 6 games after ejection following a brawl.

Oregon Pioneers: Ty Brown launches his 400th career home run!

Deer Lake Direwolves: David Henry got suspended 8 games after ejection following a brawl.

Chicago Hitmen: Michael Taylor got suspended 8 games after ejection following a brawl.

Hollywood Stars: Juan Santos goes 5-5 against the Sacramento Giants, with 1 2B, 4 RBI and 0 R.

Friday, September 24th, 2032

Seattle Seawolves: Willie Roger DeMarco notches his 500th career save!

Hollywood Stars: Jeremy Myers pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Sacramento Giants with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!

San Diego Warewolves: Richard Dicks, Jr. pitches a 1-hit shutout against the Hawaii Pineapples with 7 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2032

Hollywood Stars: Christian Howard pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Knoxville Lumberkings with 5 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!

Tuesday, September 21st, 2032

Sacramento Giants: Gustave Seguin pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Deer Lake Direwolves with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!

2032 SIM 25 MAJOR INJURIES:

Sunday, September 26th, 2032

Calgary Clippers: C Randall Mays was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: strained oblique. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.

Saturday, September 25th, 2032

Sacramento Giants: MR Lewis Horton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: sore shoulder. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.

Friday, September 24th, 2032

Bristol Owls: CF Brandon Kerns was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: torn flexor tendon (elbow). He's expected to miss about 7-8 months.

Thursday, September 23rd, 2032

Oregon Pioneers: 2B Travis Nelson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 3
weeks.

Whitby Battalion: SP Jimmy Dietz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: torn elbow ligament. He's expected to miss about 10-11 months.

Asheville Smokies: SP William Sellers was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: elbow inflammation. He's expected to miss about 3 months.

Hawaii Pineapples: 3B Deryk Ryles was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2032

Calgary Clippers: MR Domingo Francisco was injured . The Diagnosis: Injured Tailbone. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.

Tuesday, September 21st, 2032

New York Enforcers: RF Kody Ware was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: shoulder soreness. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.

Toronto Rush: 2B Peyton Michaels was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: torn abdominal muscle. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.

Monday, September 20th, 2032

San Diego Warewolves: SP Michael Martin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.

2032 SIM 25 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Thursday, September 23rd, 2032

Bend Bandits: Signed SP Shane Hollingsworth to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $69,000,000.

 
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LAST SIM REVIEW
NEXT SIM PREVIEW
2033 SIMBL LIVE DRAFT LOG

CALGARY CLIPPERS 9-1
CLEVELAND BROWNIES 9-1
KNOXVILLE LUMBERKINGS 9-1
SAN DIEGO WAREWOLVES 8-2
BRISTOL OWLS 7-3
CHICAGO HITMEN 7-3

HOLLYWOOD STARS 1-9
TEXAS ROADRUNNERS 2-8
DEER LAKE DIREWOLVES 2-8
BEND BANDITS 2-8
NEW YORK ENFORCERS 3-7
OREGON PIONEERS 3-7
LAS VEGAS HUSTLERS 3-7
ASHEVILLE SMOKIES 3-7

PLAYERS OF THE MONTH
MAY 2033

VINCENT MORRIS
CF DALLAS

.328 AVG 6 HR 23 RBI



JAKE BOLES
RF TAMPA BAY

.364 AVG 12 HR 29 RBI

PITCHERS OF THE MONTH
MAY 2033

BROCK VINCI
SP SEATTLE

6 GS 5-0 1.88 ERA 48 IP 42 K



DANA SLY
SP KNOXVILLE

6 GS 5-0 2.51 ERA 43 IP 16 K

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
2033 SIM 9

BRIAN BLAKE
RF OREGON

.600 AVG 4 HR 6 RBI



JULIO CARMONA
RF CHICAGO

.417 AVG 3 HR 9 RBI

UL EastWLGB
Whitby3523-
Bristol30285
Westbury233512
New York193916
UL CentralWLGB
Calgary3721-
Texas29298
Dallas28309
Toronto243413
UL WestWLGB
Cleveland3622-
Seattle34242
Bend28308
Oregon253311
SL EastWLGB
Boston2929-
Rochester28301
Deer Lake26323
Chicago26323
SL CentralWLGB
Knoxville3523-
Tampa Bay30285
Las Vegas29296
Asheville184017
SL WestWLGB
San Diego3820-
Hawaii32266
Hollywood30288
Sacramento273111
PlayerTmAVG
J. SantosHWD.377
T. JacksonCGY.365
J. ShiORE.349
J. BolesTB.335
T. LynnTEX.329
PlayerTmH
T. JacksonCGY88
J. BolesTB78
T. LynnTEX73
T. RoseHAW72
J. HayesKNX72
PlayerTmOBP
O. AbreuSEA.425
T. JacksonCGY.417
A. HikaruSD.415
J. ShiORE.409
J. SantosHWD.409
PlayerTmSLG
J. BolesTB.695
R. MarcumHAW.664
B. HoffmanDL.633
B. PapeshORE.617
D. RylesHAW.613
PlayerTmOPS
J. BolesTB1.091
R. MarcumHAW1.005
D. RylesHAW.995
B. HoffmanDL.982
B. PapeshORE.982
PlayerTmHR
R. MarcumHAW25
J. BolesTB23
D. RylesHAW20
B. PapeshORE19
B. HoffmanDL17
PlayerTmRBI
J. BolesTB57
R. MarcumHAW52
J. WinfieldSD48
J. CarmonaCHI46
M. GuerreroKNX45
PlayerTmSB
T. JacksonCGY32
V. PadillaROC29
L. PickardROC27
C. EdwardsCHI26
J. HayesKNX24
PlayerTmW
D. SlyKNX11
K. HannahROC9
M. CabreraBEN8
J. TarnowskyCHI8
M. MartinSD8
PlayerTmERA
B. VinciSEA2.08
D. SlyKNX2.11
J. WeaverSEA2.12
M. KilbaneTEX2.21
D. MonteroBRI2.45
PlayerTmWHIP
S. FlynnBRI0.79
J. WeaverSEA0.85
M. CabreraBEN0.97
E. RichardsTEX0.97
B. McIlmoyleCLE1.02
PlayerTmQS
D. SlyKNX12
M. KilbaneTEX11
S. FlynnBRI11
D. JarvisTEX10
K. HannahROC10
PlayerTmK
B. VinciSEA92
M. TorrezWBY89
A. AndersonLV87
K. HannahROC81
T. WilliamsHWD80
PlayerTmSV
C. RossKNX20
C. DillingerBEN16
W. DeMarcoSEA16
O. OrfROC15
J. CoburnCGY15
PlayerTmHLD
J. JacksonNY10
C. FosterNY9
J. WilkinsonSEA8
B. JenkinsROC8
M. ThomasBEN8

SIMBL NEW FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS

SIMBL FIRST FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS

SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONS

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

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

2032: HAWAII 4 CHICAGO 2
GM TROY VOGES
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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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:
6/6/2033
29th Season Of Play
File Updated: 1/30/2015
SIMBL Front Page Updated:
1/30/2015

NEXT SIMBL SIM:
Monday February 2, 2015
2033 SIM 10 To 6/13/2033

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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%

Last SIM In Parentheses
Through 2033 SIM 9

1. SAN DIEGO (1)
2. CALGARY (2)
3. CLEVELAND (4)
4. KNOXVILLE (5)
5. WHITBY (7)
6. SEATTLE (3)
7. HAWAII (6)
8. BRISTOL (8)
9. TAMPA BAY (10)
10. ROCHESTER (-)

DROPPED OUT:

HOLLYWOOD

SIMBL CHAMPIONS CORNER

2032 SIMBL
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS:

CALGARY 4 HAWAII 1
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO

PAST SIMBL CHAMPIONS



SIMBL LIFELINE
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TOP PLAYERS & PITCHERS

1. Octavio Abreu RF Seattle
2. Jake Boles RF Tampa Bay
3. Magglio Romo CF Westbury
4. Deryk Ryles 3B Hawaii
5. Colt McAlister 1B Calgary
6. Manny Foster CF Cleveland
7. Roger Marcum 1B Hawaii
8. Nathan Brown RF Cleveland
9. Julian Winfield RF Tampa Bay
10. Cody Taylor 1B Cleveland

1. Brock Vinci SP Seattle
2. Michael Martin SP San Diego
3. Kelly Hoskinson SP San Diego
4. Kevin Schmidt SP Tampa Bay
5. Manuel Cabrera SP Bend
6. Joe Tarnowsky SP Chicago
7. Jimmy Wagner SP Chicago
8. Michael Knox SP Dallas
9. Jimmy Dietz SP Whitby
10. Steven Lee SP Bristol

TOP MINOR SYSTEMS

1. TORONTO
2. DALLAS
3. SAN DIEGO
4. WHITBY
5. NEW YORK

TOP SIMBL PROSPECTS

The SIMBL Next Generation

SP George Beckett
Sacramento Giants
8/8/8 Potential
2033 #1 Overall Pick

SP Billy Lynch
Sacramento Giants
10/7/7 Potential
2032 #1 Overall Pick

C Robert Sladky
Chicago Hitmen
8/8/8/7/7 Potential
2031 #1 Overall Pick

CF Logan Pickard
Rochester Roosters
9/10/7/7/10 Potential
2030 #1 Overall Pick

SP Michael Kilbane
Texas Roadrunners
7/8/10 Potential
2029 #1 Overall Pick

RF Jose Perez
Texas Roadrunners
10/6/6/6/10 Potential
2028 #1 Overall Pick

SP Grant Cody
Tampa Bay Silverbacks
9/8/8 Potential
2027 #1 Overall Pick

SS Jason Hamilton
Oregon Pioneers
6/8/8/6/6 Potential
2026 #1 Overall Pick

3B Deryk Ryles
Hawaii Pineapples
8/9/10/8/8 Potential
2025 #1 Overall Pick

SP Jimmy Wagner
Chicago Hitmen
9/8/9 Potential
2024 #1 Overall Pick

SP Gene Shuey
Chicago Hitmen
8/8/9 Potential
2023 #1 Overall Pick

SP Joe Tarnowsky
Sacramento Giants
8/9/9 Potential
2022 #1 Overall Pick

SP Billy Russell
Las Vegas Hustlers
7/8/10 Potential
2021 #1 Overall Pick

1. Bill Wischmeyer SP San Diego
2. Billy Lynch SP Sacramento
3. Kiki Jefferson CF Toronto
4. Jacob Wilford SS New York
5. Jeremy Roper CF Whitby
6. Tyler Conway SS Boston
7. Johnny Abraham CF Chicago
8. Nicolas Pagano 2B Knoxville
9. Grant Vickers SP Dallas
10. Floyd Garraway Jr. RF Toronto

SIMBL STANDINGS
SIMBL STATISTICS
SIMBL TRANSACTIONS
SIMBL MINOR LEAGUES
SIMBL DRAFT HISTORY
TEAM STAT HISTORY
FIRST FILE ERA PLAYER STATS
NEW FILE ERA PLAYER STATS
SIMBL HISTORY
SIMBL POSTSEASON
SIMBL HALL OF FAME
SIMBL ALL-STARS
SIMBL AWARDS
SINGLE SEASON HEROES
NEW FILE ERA SEASON ARCHIVES

REIGNING GM AWARDS WINNERS

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2031

2032

GMOTY JOHN CALLAHAN
WBY
UL SOTY
COLT MCALISTER *
CGY
UL SOTY ARTIE BRADLEY
DAL
SL SOTY JULIAN WINFIELD TB
UL HOTY JIMMY DIETZ
WBY
SL HOTY KEVIN SCHMIDT
TB
SL HOTY RICHARD DICKS JR. SD
UL MROTY
DOMINGO FRANCISCO
CGY
SL MROTY KERRY POWELL
HAW
UL FOTY LUIS CASTRO
WBY
SL FOTY TODD NEWELL *
HAW
UL FOTY CEDRIC ISSACSON LV
UL ROTY JIMMY DIETZ
WBY
SL ROTY
BILL WISCHMEYER
SD

REIGNING ALL-SIMBL TEAMS

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2028

2029

C
SEAN GARRETT
KNX
1B
NELSON NELLY
KNX
2B DANTE DAWSON *
HAW
SS
GRAN MOULDER *
HAW
3B
DERYK RYLES *
HAW
OF TY BROWN
ORE
OF JAKE BOLES
TB
OF BRADY UNDERWOOD
DL
SP1 RICHARD DICKS JR.
DL
SP2 WARREN LANE
WBY
SP3 ALAN A. ANDERSON *
LV
SP4 ALEJANDRO ROSADIO *
DL
SP5 RAYNALD CHARRON
DAL
MR1
BOB DETTY *
CGY
MR2 TIMMY WARD *
BOS
MR3 ODIN DUNBAR
LV
MR4 CARLTON BROCK
ORE
CL TODD NEWELL
HAW


SL Leads Series 18-10

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

2032

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2031

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

Carolina's Ramon Serrano
Eight-Time SIMBL Gold Glove
Tied For Most In SIMBL History

UNION LEAGUE

C
J.J. PETERS
SEA
1B KENT BENNETT
WES
2B
EDUARDO RIVERA
BRI
SS ROCCO VENTURA
NY
3B
WALLY COMBEST *
BEN
OF MANNY FOSTER *
CLE
OF LANCE STANLEY III
DAL
OF
BRANDON KERNS
BRI
P DALTON  JARVIS
TEX

SYNDICATE LEAGUE

C MICAH IRWIN
LV
1B JAKE ALBERT
TB
2B VALENTIN SANTOS
TB
SS FRANCISCO SANTOS *
CHI
3B
VERNON JOHNSON
BOS
OF MICHAEL SANDERS
ROC
OF
MICHAEL BLACKWELL
SD
OF WILLARD RIVARD
KNX
P GUILLAUME DUCHARME
SAC

.360 AVG

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Not Included In AVG


Hollywood's Ju-Won Shi In 2025

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

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

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 Oregon2019
210 Eugene Pelzer Marin 2010
209 Artie Bradley New York 2025
209 Miguel Espinoza Tacoma 2020
209 Lawrence Nilsen Dallas 2015
208 Albert Price Pocatello 2010
207 Akiro Hikaru Tampa Bay 2031
207 Michael Caldwell Colchester 2019
207 Albert Price Pocatello 2011
206 Pablo Figueroa San Diego 2014
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 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 Ken Blaylock Astoria 2020
200 Alberto Alvarez Manhattan Beach 2020

GM AWARDS HISTORY

SIMBL GM OF THE YEAR

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

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

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)


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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:

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:

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

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:

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

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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