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Tuesday, 23 September 2014

LATEST SIMBL NEWS

OPENING DAY 2032!

SIMBL GMs Ready To Roll Into 28th Anniversary Season After Completing Active Off-Season


2031 SIMBL RICHARD P. DEMARCO DEFENSE GOLD GLOVES ANNOUNCED
SIMBL GOLD GLOVE HISTORY

2031 SIMBL RICHARD P. DEMARCO DEFENSE GOLD GLOVES ANNOUNCED

Eleven First-Time Winners For Defensive Excellence; Calgary CF Carlos Rosa & Dallas C Steven Dawson Only Repeats From Last Season


Former Dallas catcher Steven Dawson (above) won his fourth Gold Glove in the past five seasons throwing out 33.1% of stolen base attempts and posting a blistering .998 fielding percentage.  Dawson's fielding prowess and two .300, two .285 seasons and the three All-Star Games in the last four years has propelled the former #36 overall draft pick of the 2023 SIMBL Draft to being recognized as one of the best catchers in the SIMBL leading Dawson to landing a 4-year $120,000,000 deal signed with Boston this off-season ranking the 26 year-old as one of the league's highest-paid players.

Better late than never, the 2031 SIMBL Richard P. DeMarco Gold Glove Defense Awards as voted on by all SIMBL GMs have been announced.  The 2031 All-SIMBL Team announcement will be next.

2031 Union League Gold Gloves (Career):
*- Indicates Repeat From Last Season


C Steven Dawson Dallas (4)
1B Marques Santana Cleveland (1)
2B LaDamian Hendrix Westbury (1)
SS Bradley Mesley Texas (1)
3B Wally Combest Bend (1)
OF Manny Foster Cleveland (2)
OF Carlos Rosa Calgary (3) *
OF Stanford Tanner Oregon (4)
SP Michael Kilbane Texas (1)

2031 Syndicate League Gold Gloves (Career):
*- Indicates Repeat From Last Season


C Jorge Batista Tampa Bay (1)
1B Roger Marcum Hawaii (1)
2B Bill Wilhelm Hollywood (4)
SS Francisco Santos Chicago (2)
3B Logan Raynes Deer Lake (1)
OF Mark Rybycki Asheville (1)
OF Brady Underwood Deer Lake (1)
OF Aaron Smiley Chicago (1)
P Albert Hayes Asheville (2) *

 
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON MVPS ANNOUNCED

2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON MVPS ANNOUNCED

Better late than never, the SIMBL League Office has named the 2031 postseason Most Valuable Players. Next up will be the 2031 All-SIMBL Team and Gold Glove Awards announcement. The following have had their names put into SIMBL history on the SIMBL Wall Of Fame:

SIMBL CS MVP:

SP Riley Charboneau Las Vegas

SIMBL LCS MVPs:

SP Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas
2B Carlos Bonilla/SP Mitch Evans Dallas

SIMBL LDS MVPs:

SS Orlando Garcia Dallas
LF Rio Percy Whitby
C Micah Irwin Las Vegas
RF Julian Winfield Tampa Bay

 
ASHEVILLE SMOKIES 2032 OUTLOOK

ASHEVILLE SMOKIES 2032 OUTLOOK

Smokies GM Pete McGowan Opens His Wallet By Adding Veteran Free Agents To Help Team Rebound From First Losing Season Since 2024

After suffering their first losing season since 2024, Asheville GM Pete McGowan filled a huge hole in the Smokies rotation by signing future SIMBL Hall Of Famer Oki Okada (above) to a one-year $18,360,000 deal to help shore up the staff with a veteran left-hander after a disappointing season for a talented Smokies club.  The 36 year-old Okada still has gas left in the tank as he went 20-7 with a 2.44 ERA in 2030 and 15-11 with a 3.21 last season in two seasons with Hollywood.  Okada currently is in fourth-place in SIMBL history with 231 career wins.  The former #3 overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft, two-time Hurler Of The Year and eight-time All-Star has won 15 or more games in 12 of his 13 SIMBL seasons, 18+ in eight of his seasons, 19+ in five seasons and has been a 20-game winner three times in his illustrious SIMBL career as the Smokies look to get back into contention in what has been the most brutal division in the SIMBL the past several seasons.

By Pete McGowan
Asheville Smokies GM
SIMBL Contributor

Hope just may have returned to Asheville.  

Yes, it’s spring again and every team believes they have a chance to win the SIMBL Coveted Cup.  Smokies GM Pete McGowan seemed to have that look in his eye once again as he was speaking with new free agent acquisition Oki Okada and long-time Smokies closer Dez Jordan.

I spoke with McGowan briefly after I saw the conversation taking place between his two veteran All-Star pitchers.  

“We have high expectations this year for this team even though no one might see us contending this year,” McGowan began. Okada was recently signed to a 1-year deal worth $18,360,000, which definitely let others know on this team we expect to win.  Jordan has been seen working with younger players like pitchers Keenan Bowen and former #7 overall draft pick Bud Apple which is a welcomed sight to McGowan.

“Oki and Dez have been amazing to watch.  We have always been focused on being able to start and finish games well and with these two we feel like their influence may be more valuable than their talent,” said McGowan.

The seven-time All-Star Jordan was very vocal and critical of the demise of the Smokies last year when they suffered their first losing season in seven years and has observed the rise and fall of our beloved team.  Jordan, who is one of only three pitchers to win a Middle Reliever Of The Year Award and a Fireman Of The Year Award in his career, hopes to rebound after a rough season (10 blown saves, 78 SV%) and seems to be rejuvenated by another veteran presence like Okada on the Smokies roster.  The 36 year-old Okada is a future SIMBL Hall Of Famer having won the UL Hurler Of The Year Award in 2022 with Bristol and the 2024 SL Hurler Of The Year Award after being traded to Chicago.  Okada stands fourth in all-time SIMBL wins with 233 entering his 14th season with his fourth team after six seasons with Bristol, six with Chicago and two with Hollywood.  The veteran has shown he still has it by winning 20 games two seasons ago and went 15-11 with a 3.21 ERA last season with the Stars.  Okada's 3306.1 IP lead the SIMBL New File Era and he is the SIMBL all-time leader in complete games.

McGowan was also seen chatting with Asheville’s other surprise free agent pickup veteran outfielder Joshua Bradford.  Asheville knew they'd be losing middle of the lineup talent losing former 2025 SL MVP Ju-Won Shi (lost in free agency to Oregon) and targeted players who could stabilize their fragile lineup, finally bringing Bradford, the former #2 overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL amateur draft, into the fold to fill that role.  Though he has fallen short of his #2 overall pick expectations, the now 34 year-old has come back from several injury-plagued seasons to make three All-Star teams and has 270 career home runs and 870 RBI going into his 13th full SIMBL season and is still regarded as one of the best overall defensive outfielders at all three positions in the SIMBL.

“We know what Josh can bring to a team very well,” offered McGowan.  “He played to his potential fully in San Diego last season and we are confident we’ll see that same player mature and learn new ways to be of value to us," said the long-time Smokies GM who led them to the 2028 SIMBL championship.

Bradford sits in the 3-spot of a formidable lineup joining staples former 2027 SL MVP, and four-time Gold Glover Tommy Eagen, Mark Rybycki, three-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glover Billy Goodwin and 23 year-old 2029 first round pick SS Fernando Gonzalez.

“We’ve got a lineup that I am proud of and I know we will be able to give our fans something to come and support as well,” said McGowan.    

Stay tuned for upcoming draft coverage as the Smokies prepare for the 2032 SIMBL Draft.  Your Smokies hold the 2nd pick in the draft and we will review potential choices that McGowan would be considering as we sit down and scour this years upcoming prospects.  Until then, support your Smokies!

 
2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/1/2032) SIGNINGS

2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 5 (TO 3/1/2032) SIGNINGS

Many Top Free Agents Still On The Board As 2032 Off-Season Major Free Agency Concludes

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
2032 FREE AGENCY SIM 5 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Sunday, February 15th, 2032

Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP Michael Gambino to a 1-year contract worth a total of $7,500,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent 1B Toby Gibson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $5,500,000.   

Sunday, February 8th, 2032


Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent SP Oki Okada to a 1-year contract worth a total of $18,360,000.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent MR Jake Jackson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,800,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent LF Leonard Williamson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.  
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent LF Zachery Dye to a 1-year contract worth a total of $18,290,000.  
Cleveland Brownies: Signed free agent RF Miguel Espinoza to a 2-year contract worth a total of $4,580,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent 1B Ju-Won Shi to a 3-year contract worth a total of $37,500,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent LF Marc Hoskins to a 1-year contract worth a total of $800,000.  
Texas Roadrunners: Signed free agent SS Scott Morgan to a 1-year contract worth a total of $6,500,000.  
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent RF Shane King to a 2-year contract worth a total of $17,840,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SP Brian Woods to a 1-year contract worth a total of $10,000,000.  
Calgary Clippers: Signed free agent 2B Austin Belaska to a 2-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent MR Manuel Rodriguez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $920,000.  

Wednesday, February 4th, 2032


Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed SP Dennis Richards to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $7,800,000.
 
2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2032) SIGNINGS

2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 4 (TO 1/31/2032) SIGNINGS

SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2026: $113,698,575
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2027: $101,148,276
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2028: $94,711,781
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2029: $94,490,438
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2030: $99,764,427
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2031: $106,926,005
SIMBL LEAGUE AVERAGE PAYROLL 1/31/2032: $114,349,810
2032 FREE AGENCY SIM 4 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:
Saturday, January 31st, 2032

Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Antonio Sanchez to a 3-year contract worth a total of $8,850,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent MR Stephen Gibson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,670,000.  
Toronto Rush: Signed free agent SP Jose Melendez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,200,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent 2B Vito Veta to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,640,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP Jerry Poliskin to a 2-year contract worth a total of $12,000,000.  
San Diego Warewolves: Signed free agent 3B Terry Carr to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent SS Michael Perkins to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.  

Thursday, January 22nd, 2032


Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent 3B Chris McGee to a 4-year contract worth a total of $18,000,000.  

Tuesday, January 20th, 2032

Whitby Battalion: Signed SP Keith Patterson to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $69,000,000.
 
2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2032) SIGNINGS

2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 3 (TO 1/16/2032) 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
2032 FREE AGENCY SIM 3 TRANSACTIONS:
Friday, January 16th, 2032

Dallas Texans: Signed free agent 2B Craig Cameron to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,600,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent CL Barrett Jenkins to a 3-year contract worth a total of $43,000,000.  
Rochester Roosters: Signed free agent 1B Wilbert Seguin to a 3-year contract worth a total of $31,000,000.  
Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent 3B Victor Ramos to a 2-year contract worth a total of $5,100,000.  
Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent CF Joshua Bradford to a 4-year contract worth a total of $54,000,000.  

Thursday, January 15th, 2032

Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent MR Blair Singleton to a 1-year contract worth a total of $3,500,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP Greg Chapin to a 4-year contract worth a total of $26,000,000.

Saturday, January 10th, 2032

Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent SP Gustave Seguin to a 4-year contract worth a total of $81,620,000.  

Thursday, January 1st, 2032

SP Carl Mitchell retires.  
C Garland Wiley retires.  
SS Jon Mitchell retires.  
LF Grady McPherson retires.  
LF Sean Turner retires.  
SP Kelly Wright retires.  
SS Trent Forrester retires.  
LF Marc Carter retires.  
SS Omar Romero retires.  
SP Ed Hartz retires.  
SP Joe Montgomery retires.  
SP Robert Watson retires.  
SP Ronald Watson retires.  
SP Cliff Davis retires.  
SP Stan Pennington retires.  
SP Cisco Aquino retires.  
SS Minoru Ine retires.  
LF Antonio Rodriguez retires.  
SP Justo Quinta retires.  
SP Michael Elder retires.  
SP Dan Hammond retires.  
1B Eric Huntingford retires.  
SP Lonnie Lewis retires.  
SP Phil Brown retires.  
SP Gary Frost retires.  
C Brendan Olson retires.  
SP Bart Ellis retires.  
SP Stephen Richardson retires.  
SP Tony Medrano retires.  
SP Danny Bailey retires.  
SS Cody Dicks retires.  
SS Lou Carpenter retires.  
SP Dan Everhart retires.  
SP Ben Newsome retires.  
SP Ralph Martin retires.  
SP Jesse Sullivan retires.  
SP Bill Metcalf retires.  
C Richard Brandon retires.  
SP Cory Fry retires.  
SP John Braden retires.  
3B Dennis Shields retires.  
3B Kent Jensen retires.  
SP Jorge Vazquez retires.  
SP Alex McDonald retires.  
SP Doug Dodson retires.  
C Mike Decker retires.  
SP Jim Garner retires.  
SP Ben Hampton retires.  
SP Chris Edwards retires.  
LF Lyle Carr retires.  
2B Cesar Serrano retires.  
SP Mark Parrish retires.  
RF Eric Hancock retires.  
SP Ivan Bravo retires.  
SP Henry Chaffe retires.  
SP Tomas Garza retires.  
SP Edwin Garza retires.  
SP Matt Etheridge retires.  
LF Juan Luna retires.  
SP Billy Parker retires.  
SP Garrett Gilbert retires.  
SP Maddox Rachtman retires.  
2B Edward Perry retires.  
SP Manuel Flores retires.  
SP Alberto Torres retires.  
SP Ryan Ballard retires.  
SP Terry Hayes retires.  
1B Reginald Jennings retires.  
SP John Harber retires.  
SP Michael Long retires.  
SP Jason Groves retires.  
SP Mike Watson retires.  
RF Barney Waters retires.  
1B Peter Clayton retires.  
C Gilberto Flores retires.  
C Theodore Springs retires.  
SP Rob Hensley retires.  
SP Keith Fox retires.  
SP Lorenzo Sanchez retires.  
SS Weston Parker retires.  
SP Bill Gagne retires.  
SP Albert Cruz retires.  
C Fred McIntyre retires.  
1B Lawrence McNeill retires.  
C Dalton Thomas retires.  
SP Kade Smith retires.  
SP David Stirling retires.  
SP Ron King retires.  
CF Bruce Taylor retires.  
C Leon Matteau retires.  
SP Evan Travis retires.  
SP Trent Hall retires.  
SP B.J. Sparks retires.  
SP Jarrod Crabtree retires.  
SP Chance Richardson retires.  
SP Ken Mann retires.  
SP Brady Evans retires.  
2B Connor Kopp retires.  
SP Sam Wakefield retires.  
SP Denny Gregory retires.  
SP Joe Valentine retires.  
SP Javier Mendoza retires.  
SP Donald Jacobs retires.  
SP Mark Burton retires.  
SP Roman Lucero retires.  
C Clinton Corrigan retires.  
SP Dean Carr retires.  
LF Joshua Bender retires.
 
2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2031) SIGNINGS

2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 2 (TO 12/31/2031) SIGNINGS

Westbury Inks Former Calgary RF Matthew Brown & Former Texas CF Santino DaBramo To Form Speedy, All-Star Caliber Outfielder Upgrades

Westbury GM Bill Atteberry upgrades his outfield for next season and the future by signing two of the SIMBL's speediest and best defensive outfielders in former Calgary Clipper Matthew Brown and former Texas Roadrunner Santino DaBramo (above).  DaBramo was the #12 overall pick in the 2022 SIMBL Draft by Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah and traded to Cleveland in a blockbuster trade in 2024 and later shipped to Texas in 2025 in the trade that seen SIMBL New File Era wins leader and four-time Hurler Of The Year Richard Dicks Jr leave Texas after previously playing his six first season with the Roadrunners.  The 27 year-old DaBramo is two-time All-Star in the past four seasons and has averaged a .256 batting average with 64 steals a season in his seven full-time SIMBL seasons.

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

2032 FREE AGENCY SIM 2 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Wednesday, December 31st, 2031

Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent C Taki Taketo to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,600,000.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent CL Roy Robinson to a 4-year contract worth a total of $8,000,000.  
Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent MR Dontrelle Jackson to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,560,000.  
Dallas Texans: Signed free agent CL Andrew Walker to a 4-year contract worth a total of $9,600,000.  
Hollywood Stars: Signed free agent 3B Tucker Andrews to a 2-year contract worth a total of $6,000,000.  
Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent RF Eric Fisher to a 1-year contract worth a total of $4,500,000.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent MR Jack Martin to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,000,000.  
Sacramento Giants: Signed free agent SS Gabriel Garcia to a 4-year contract worth a total of $27,200,000.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent MR Kevin Stewart to a 3-year contract worth a total of $5,130,000.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent MR Brenton Glover to a 1-year contract worth a total of $720,000.  
Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent C Lionel Pendleton to a 2-year contract worth a total of $25,000,000.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent SS Gary Mills to a 2-year contract worth a total of $3,200,000.  
Knoxville Lumberkings: Signed free agent MR Franklin Ward to a 3-year contract worth a total of $8,400,000.  
The Westbury Cannons traded 22-year-old starting pitcher Jack Henderson and 22-year-old minor league starting pitcher Willie Thompson to the Cleveland Brownies, getting 32-year-old shortstop Pepper Jeffries in return.  

Saturday, December 27th, 2031

Bend Bandits: Signed free agent SS Jose Escamillia to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,600,000.  
Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent RF Matthew Brown to a 4-year contract worth a total of $64,000,000.  
Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent 2B Santino DaBramo to a 4-year contract worth a total of $73,000,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent 3B Clint Wilson to a 4-year contract worth a total of $44,000,000.  
Texas Roadrunners: Signed free agent 2B Bill Wilhelm to a 4-year contract worth a total of $80,000,000.  
Dallas Texans: Signed free agent 1B Artie Bradley to a 2-year contract worth a total of $8,400,000.   

Thursday, December 25th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Signed free agent MR Alex Poole to a 2-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.  

Wednesday, December 24th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Signed free agent RF Marcus Wright to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,100,000.  

Saturday, December 20th, 2031

Sacramento Giants: Signed CF Curt Bannon to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $30,300,000.  
Calgary Clippers: Signed MR Domingo Francisco to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $26,500,000.  
Sacramento Giants: Signed SP Guillaume Ducharme to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $20,250,000.  

Wednesday, December 17th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Signed free agent 3B Dallas LaPorta to a 3-year contract worth a total of $7,900,000.
 
2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/16/2031) SIGNINGS
CURRENT SIMBL FINANCIAL REPORT

2032 SIMBL FREE AGENCY SIM 1 (TO 12/16/2031) SIGNINGS

Deer Lake GM Chip Orton is aggressive again on the SFA front and lands Chinese star export SP Chi Shang (above) with a 4-year deal worth $82,000,000. The 31 year-old veteran's 8/7/8-rated with a deadly 8/9/8 three-pitch arsenal is expected to greatly improve the D-Wolves' rotation from last season.

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

2032 FREE AGENCY SIM 1 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Thursday, December 11th, 2031

Boston Revolution: Signed free agent MR Bryan Bender to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,160,000.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent MR Earl Long to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent RF Norberto Gonzalez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,200,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent C Matthew Boggs to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,160,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent MR Takashi Yoshino to a 3-year contract worth a total of $6,600,000.  
Bristol Owls: Signed free agent C Sandro Garcia to a 1-year contract worth a total of $840,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent MR Ramiro Moreno to a 3-year contract worth a total of $12,100,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent SP Dennis Russell to a 1-year contract worth a total of $3,500,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Jason Wiggins to a 1-year contract worth a total of $880,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Alfonso Arevalo to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,000,000.  
Oregon Pioneers: Signed free agent MR Tito Hernandez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,500,000.  
Asheville Smokies: Signed free agent 2B Gabriel Messina to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,200,000.  
Whitby Battalion: Signed free agent MR Mel Booker to a 3-year contract worth a total of $13,600,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent MR Robby Jones to a 1-year contract worth a total of $600,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent SS Scott Parnell to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.  
Texas Roadrunners: Signed free agent MR Scott Williams to a 4-year contract worth a total of $34,000,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent 1B Michael O'Day to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,300,000.  
New York Enforcers: Signed free agent SS Jose Blanco to a 1-year contract worth a total of $1,400,000.  
Bend Bandits: Signed free agent MR Carlos Martinez to a 1-year contract worth a total of $2,200,000.  
Boston Revolution: Signed free agent C Steven Dawson to a 4-year contract worth a total of $120,000,000.  
Seattle Seawolves: Demoted SP Vicente Maldonado to Triple A Sacramento.  

Tuesday, December 9th, 2031

Westbury Cannons: Signed free agent 3B Paul Dodson to a 2-year contract worth a total of $3,800,000.  

Thursday, December 4th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Signed free agent C Juan Burgos to a 3-year contract worth a total of $5,900,000.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed free agent SP Chi Shang to a 4-year contract worth a total of $82,000,000.
Hawaii Pineapples: Signed free agent 2B Angel Orozco to a 4-year contract worth a total of $79,000,000.  

Sunday, November 30th, 2031


Calgary Clippers: Signed CL John Coburn to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $24,000,000.
 
2032 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED

2032 SIMBL DRAFT ORDER ANNOUNCED

The 2032 SIMBL Draft order has been officially announced.  The current draft order is before any free agent compensation.  The final draft order will be again announced after the off-season and before the draft begins.

1. Sacramento (63-99)
2. Asheville (71-91)
3. Knoxville (72-90)
4. Boston (72-90)
5. Bend (73-89)
6. Texas (73-89)
7. New York (73-89)
8. Deer Lake (74-88)
9. Cleveland (75-87)
10. Oregon (75-87)
11. Westbury (76-86)
12. Toronto (82-80)
13. Bristol (82-80)
14. Dallas (83-79)
15. Chicago (83-79)
16. Hollywood (84-78)
17. Rochester (85-77)
18. Hawaii (86-76)
19. San Diego (88-74)
20. Whitby (89-73)
21. Seattle (91-71)
22. Las Vegas (93-69)
23. Tampa Bay (96-66)
24. Calgary (105-57)

 
BAD BLOOD: SIMBL ALL-TIME SWIPES KING BROWN 'STUNNED' AT CLIPPERS' VOID OF OPTION YEAR

BAD BLOOD: SIMBL ALL-TIME SWIPES KING BROWN 'STUNNED' AT CLIPPERS' VOID OF OPTION YEAR

Ex-Calgary Clipper Matthew Brown (above) has long been known for his mouth and to be one of the league's most outspoken and brash players.  Did his brashness earlier this season criticizing Clippers management factor in to the team not picking up his $19,600,000 option of the coming season after spending the past 13 seasons and establishing a SIMBL Hall Of Fame resume with Calgary at only 31 years old?

Eight-time SIMBL All-Star and SIMBL career stolen base king Matthew Brown said he was "stunned, angered and mystified" that the Calgary Clippers didn't pick up the option year on his contract and made him an official 2032 free agent.

"We were fully expecting Matthew to finish his career in a Clipper uniform," said Browns' agent Timothy Ali.  "This was a huge cheap shot left hook to my client's jaw."

Brown has spent the last 13 seasons leading off for the Clippers after being selected by GM Christian DeMarco in the seventh round of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft.  Brown entered the SIMBL at the tender age of 19 years ready to play and stunned everybody in his first season by leading the league with a .334 batting average and stealing a 100 bases.

Brown is 31 years-old and considered one of the SIMBL's top stolen base threats and a six-time Gold Glove right fielder. He is the current SIMBL New File Era (2019-current) hits king with 2294 which rank fifth in SIMBL history and he is on pace to break the league mark of 2557 set by the SIMBL New File Era's Hall Of Famer Lucas Espitia.

Brown broke Espitia's former career stolen base record three seasons ago and has an amazing 1243 career swipes far ahead of Espitia's second-place career showing of 833.

Brown has long been a very fiery, competitive and usually outspoken mouthpiece in the Clippers locker room and apparently caused 'bad blood' with Clippers management earlier this season when he openly criticized the team starting touted rookie outfielder Justin Sandy over Nathan Stokes who was an All-Star the season before.  Brown also criticized Clippers GM Christian DeMarco about starting rookie shortstop and former #8 overall pick Antonio Oliva over former Clippers three-time All-Star veteran shortstop Austin Belaska who later was traded to Hawaii.  Brown added in the Clippers starting eventual UL Rookie Of The Year Hue Henderson over Harley Pipp who finished second in 2030 UL Rookie Of The Year voting and subsequently was sent back to the minors.

"You just don't hand starting jobs to rookies especially players on this team who have earned their place and proven themselves," said Brown earlier this season.

The Clippers GM restrained from having a press conference on the Brown decision and sent out an official release that read:

"The SIMBL is in a totally new era of financial responsibility than when Matthew Brown started his career here 13 years ago.  While we regard Matthew as one of the finest outfielders and offensive catalysts today still in our league, fiscal sense and future obligations made it a very hard decision to not pick up our team option and lose Matthew to free agency.  We know Matthew still has several All-Star-caliber seasons in him and wish him the very best with his new team.  Matthew Brown will always be at heart a Calgary Clipper and one day we hope to see him in our team's colors at his Hall Of Fame induction ceremony."

Brown remained one of the last original Clippers from 2019 who have spent 13 seasons with the team.  Expected future SIMBL Hall Of Famers Colt McAlister and Bob Detty only remain and will enter their 14th season with the Clippers next season.

Brown has refused all requests for comment on his unexpected venture into SIMBL free agency but simply tweeted #badblood and #motivated on his official Twitter account earlier today.

Brown enters the green pastures of SIMBL free agency with a .288 career batting average with 254 home runs, 971 RBI and 1390 runs scored.  The speedster has had a SIMBL-record six seasons of 100+ SB and holds the single-season SIMBL record with 144 stolen bases in 2023.  Brown has had nine of his 13 seasons with 90+ swipes and 10 with 85.

Apparently standing up for Nathan Stokes' starting job caused Clippers management to not keep Brown around for future plans and now Stokes is poised to replace a Clippers legend in right field who manned the position and batted lead-off for the past 13 seasons.

Brown enjoyed much success with the Clippers and was on their 2023 and 2025 championship teams.  He was named 2023 and 2025 ULCS MVP.  

Brown was one of the more durable players in the SIMBL currently sixth in the SIMBL New File Era with 1952 games played but is coming off a career-low 103 games played last season in which he missed 9 weeks due to an assortment of injuries.  He hit .271 with 15 home runs, 57 RBI and 50 stolen bases and returned for Calgary's stunning sweep by Whitby in the ULDS.

 
SIMBL GMS HAVE SPOKEN: 2031 SIMBL GM AWARDS ANNOUNCED
SIMBL GM AWARDS HISTORY

SIMBL GMS HAVE SPOKEN: 2031 SIMBL GM AWARDS ANNOUNCED

2031 SIMBL GM Awards:
SIMBL GM Of The Year: Don Krause San Diego
UL Slugger Of The Year: Colt McAlister Calgary
SL Slugger Of The Year: Cody Taylor Deer Lake
UL Hurler Of The Year: Brock Vinci Seattle
SL Hurler Of The Year: Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas
UL Middle Reliever Of The Year: Bob Detty Calgary
SL Middle Reliever Of The Year: Felix Urbina Tampa Bay
UL Fireman Of The Year: Willie Roger DeMarco Seattle
SL Fireman Of The Year: Chad Bryan San Diego
UL Rookie Of The Year: Hue Henderson Calgary
SL Rookie Of The Year: Bernardo Guillen Las Vegas

The SIMBL GMs have spoken once again as the best of the best of the 2031 season have been voted on with another great showing at the polls by all 24 GMs and the 2031 SIMBL GM Awards have been announced.

2031 SIMBL GM Of The Year:
Don Krause San Diego Warewolves
88-74 SL West Division Champions
Lost In Seven Games To Eventual SIMBL Champion Las Vegas In SLDS
Worst-To-First +15 Game Improvement First San Diego Postseason Appearance Since 2024

Don joined the SIMBL on January 22, 2014 during the beginning of the 2029 season and quickly went to work on reversing the recent fortunes of the league's ten-time champions.  After winning the last of their SIMBL-record ten championships as a wildcard in 2024, the team went into a downward spiral forced by economics and a talent turnaround. In 2025, although finishing with an 89-73 record, San Diego became one of the few teams in SIMBL history to not even make the postseason the next season after winning a title. The next season, the Warewolves set a SIMBL-record by collapsing 30 games to 59-103 followed by seasons of 69-93, 66-96, and 71-91 in Don's first season in 2029.  Last season's 73-89 record was more of the same as San Diego's previous seasons of top five picks were grooming.  Faced at 44-44 at the 2031 All-Star break, Don went to work adding key additions like veteran four-time Hurler Of The Year and SIMBL New File Era wins leader Richard Dicks Jr. and acquired in the off-season and during the season multiple past veteran All-Stars who upgraded the 'Wolves pitching staff and lineups immensely.  The 'Wolves went from a .500 first half to an upstart 44-30 second half to eventually take over the division from two-time defending division champion Hawaii in the last week of the season to win the division by two games over Hawaii and four over Hollywood.  The 'Wolves led the Hustlers 3-1 in the 2031 SLDS but eventually succumbed to two brilliant pitching performances by Alan Alexander Anderson in the final four games to become one of the few teams in SIMBL history to lose a 3-1 postseason series lead to the eventual SIMBL champions.

In his mere two seasons in the SIMBL, San Diego GM Don Krause has proved to be one of the most competitive, savvy and active members of the SIMBL and is 2031 SIMBL GM Of The Year as he tries to vault San Diego again as a perennial SIMBL powerhouse as they were during all of the SIMBL's first 21 seasons.

Calgary's Christian DeMarco and Rochester's Jamey Carter finished a distant second and third in the voting.

2031 UL Slugger Of The Year:
Colt McAlister Calgary Clippers
.317 AVG 55 HR 137 RBI 1.128 OPS

The 37 year-old former #1 overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft had the best season of his SIMBL Hall Of Fame-bound career rebounding from his two previous least productive seasons and talk of his demise.  The 13-year Clippers veteran became the oldest winner of a MVP award in SIMBL history and won the first Triple Crown in 16 seasons and the first since Pablo Figueroa's in 2015 and joining SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles' historic 2008 campaign as the only batting Triple Crowns in league history.

It's the third UL MVP for Colt McAlister who has also won the award in four-year intervals now in 2023, 2027 and now 2031.  'Big Mac's' 55 home runs were a career-high and the fifth-most in a single-season.  His .683 slugging percentage ranks fifth in a single season while his blistering 1.128 OPS ties for fifth-highest.

This season seen McAlister break Ryles' SIMBL record of career walks after posting 132 free passes, his 13th straight season with 100+ walks and move into second-place on the SIMBL all-time home run list after becoming only the third player with 500 career home runs.  Colt tied a SIMBL record by making his 10th All-Star Game and posted only the eighth 50-home run season in SIMBL history becoming the fifth player to do so and he moved into second-place for career RBI and is closing in on Ryles' career RBI mark of 1581. McAlister's mammoth season silenced talks of him having any diminishing skills as he hit career-lows of .247 with 28 HR and 83 RBI in 2029 and .243 with 32 HR and 76 RBI in 2031 after starting his career with ten consecutive 30+ HR/100+ RBI.

McAlister drew 23/24 votes with his teammate and heir apparent rookie teammate Hue Henderson drawing the only other vote preventing a unanimous selection.

SL Slugger Of The Year
Cody Taylor Deer Lake Direwolves
.358 AVG 41 HR 119 RBI 1.085 OPS

The former #5 overall pick of the 2026 SIMBL Draft stepped up his game by going from perennial All-Star to SL MVP and came within a few RBI of corralling the fourth batting Triple Crown in SIMBL history.  Deer Lake's Cody Taylor has made the SIMBL All-Star Game in his first three full-time seasons in the league but stepped it up this season with a bombastic year that puts him among the league's top players.

Taylor flirted with the Ju-Won Shi's 2025 single-season batting average record of .360 all season long but finished with a .358 clip which is now tied for second all-time in a season.  Taylor's 221 hits were the most since New York's Artie Bradley's in his 2026 UL MVP season and stand fourth in a single-season now in the SIMBL's 27 seasons of play.  Taylor lost the Triple Crown to last season's SL MVP, Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield's late-season hot streak and 127 RBI.  Taylor's .646 slugging percentage is 11th all-time to signify what kind of massive breakout season the 26 year-old first baseman achieved.

Taylor finished with 21 out of 24 votes with Rochester's Alan Crawford receiving two votes and Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield finishing third with a single vote.


2031 UL Hurler Of The Year:
Brock Vinci Seattle Seawolves
20-13 2.87 ERA 1.03 WHIP 269.2 IP 76 BB 284 K 61.1 QS%

Seattle's former #9 overall pick of the 2023 SIMBL Draft has been on the verge of greatness since entering the SIMBL with an 18-9 4.34 ERA All-Star rookie season back in 2027 but his breakout season came this season after going 17-11 with a 3.10 ERA last season.

Brock Vinci was one of the four 20-game winners in the UL and one of the five overall in the SIMBL this season.  The 26 year-old's 284 strikeouts set a record for the most in the SIMBL New File Era (2019-current) and the most in the league since Vinny Corleone's 282 13 seasons ago.  The three-time All-Star also proved his numbers were true by throwing the most amount of innings in the SIMBL this season as he threw eight complete games in the process.  Vinci led the UL in VORP and and his WAR led the SIMBL.

Calgary's Jason Chapman, Whitby's SIMBL 2031 ERA king Keith Patterson and Whitby's J.J. Drew each drew two votes for second-place while Bend's Manuel Cabrera and Seattle's Matthew Allen each received a single vote for a very distant third-place in the voting.



SL Hurler Of The Year:
Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas
24-5 2.49 ERA 0.96 WHIP 271.0 IP 53 BB 265 K 83.3 QS%

'Triple A' continued his legend by easily winning his sixth SL Hurler Of The Year Award in the past seven seasons and has been an unstoppable force by winning 20+ games for the eighth straight season.  Alan Alexander Anderson's six awards now stand second in SIMBL history to SIMBL Hall Of Famer Bobby's Grimes' career-record of eight and his 8 consecutive 20-win seasons are the second-longest streak next to Grimes' remarkable record of 10.  Anderson also tied a SIMBL record with his 10th All-Star berth and tied a record with his tenth consecutive All-Star Game appearance.  Anderson has long cemented his place among the top 1-3 pitchers in SIMBL history and became one of only seven pitchers with 200 career SIMBL wins this season and is currently fifth all-time with 231 career wins at only 31 years-old.  It was Anderson's fifth season of 24 or more wins.  The #15 overall pick of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft proved his postseason legend by going 4-1 with a 2.53 ERA and blistering 0.73 WHIP in six playoff starts in earning him and his Hustlers teammates the first SIMBL championship of his storied career.  Anderson won SL Pitcher Of The Month Awards this past April, July and August for an astounding 18 total in his tenth full-time season of career.

Chicago's SL ERA king Jimmy Wagner earned the only other six votes to finish second in the voting.



2031 UL Middle Reliever Of The Year:
Bob Detty Calgary Clippers
103.0 IP 11-6 2.45 ERA 1.08 WHIP 23 BB 105 K 4 SV 20 HLD

Calgary's Bob Detty has become the 'Triple A' of SIMBL middle relievers and has been a Clippers pillar for 13 seasons now.  Detty has become the epitome of the SIMBL shutdown middle reliever and has cemented himself now as possibly the most consistent and dominant middle reliever in the SIMBL's 27 season of history and is another future SIMBL Hall Of Famer.  The SIMBL all-time game holds leader (213) wins the UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Award for a record fifth time in his career and for the third time in the past four seasons.

Detty is the example of bullpen workhorse having thrown his eighth straight season of 100+ innings out of the traditionally built and stable Clippers bullpen.  He has been named an All-Star eight consecutive seasons with the eight being the most by a position reliever/non-closer in SIMBL history.  Detty's 1.99 career ERA is second to former teammate all-time SIMBL saves leader Barrett Jenkins' 1.85 in the SIMBL New File Era of the past 13 seasons of pitchers who meet requirements.  With an original 'Iron Man' stamina look for the 37 year-old former fourth round pick in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft to not tail off too soon and to remain a force and icon in the Clippers bullpen arsenal for at least a couple of more seasons.

Detty took 14 of the votes with Bend's Kevin Stewart finishing second with five votes.

2031 SL Middle Reliever Of The Year:
Felix Urbina Tampa Bay Silverbacks
62.3 IP 7-3 1.88 ERA 1.03 WHIP 25 BB 61 K 5 SV 20 HLD

Felix Urbina was the top relieving prospect available in the 2029 SIMBL Draft and Tampa Bay snatched him up with the 14th overall pick.  For an up and coming team at the time without any semblance of a bullpen Urbina was specifically drafted for need and was the stud relieving prospect of the class.  That chance of drafting a reliever so high paid off as he had a stellar year leading a shaky-yet-stable Silverbacks bullpen as the best reliever in the SL and helped his team get to the SLCS for the third season in a row.

Urbina simply dominated the SL in just his second SIMBL season and is far from hitting his prime.  At only 23 years-old the already 10/7/7-rated 98 MPH-throwing right-hander is set to give fits to SL teams and to lead his Tampa bullpen for several seasons ahead as one of the SIMBL's top relievers.

Among true middle relievers Chicago's Jimmy Kenney finished a distant second and Rochester's Carlos Gomez and even more distant third in the voting.



2031 UL Fireman Of The Year:
Willie Roger DeMarco Seattle Seawolves
64.2 IP 0-5 1.81 ERA 1.07 WHIP 39 SV 97.5 SV%

After making the All-Star Game in his first nine seasons, tying a SIMBL-record and the most in SIMBL history still for a closer (the all-time record for any player is ten overall appearances as of this season), Seattle's Willie Roger DeMarco didn't make the cut for the past two seasons.  He didn't even make the All-Star team this season yet turned it on in the second half to win the third Fireman Of The Year Award of his career.

DeMarco spent his first six full seasons with San Diego from 2020-2025 leading the Warewolves to three titles and was named 2024 SL Fireman Of The Year.  He then went for the big bucks for Seattle in 2026 free agency where he has remained and won the 2028 UL Fireman Of The Year Award.  Now, at age 32, with three FOTY Awards he stands behind Barrett Jenkins' and SIMBL Hall Of Famer Bill Hyer's four for the most in SIMBL history.

DeMarco's 457 career saves are now third-most in SIMBL history and he is another lock for future SIMBL Hall Of Fame enshrinement.  At his current pace he should pass the 39 year-old Jenkins' current SIMBL record of 511 by the time DeMarco is done with his career.  In 10 of the past 12 seasons DeMarco has saved 35 or more games and has already established himself as one of the most dominant closers in SIMBL history with a career 91.6 SV%.

In a close vote 12-10, Britol's aforementioned Jenkins lost out on his SIMBL-record fifth FOTY award by two votes and finished in second-place.  Bend's Chris Dillinger and Westbury's Ramon Miraz received the only other votes.



2031 SL Fireman Of The Year:
Chad Bryan San Diego Warewolves
75.2 IP 5-6 2.02 ERA 0.94 WHIP 32 SV 91.4 SV%

San Diego GM Don Krause signed Chad Bryan as a free agent near Opening Day and soon relegated him to the much-needed vacant closer role.  The former 2025 UL Middle Reliever Of The Year adapted just fine and and shined was voted by SIMBL GMs as the best closer in the SL this season.  Bryan's pivotal solidifying a previous weak and unclaimed position was critical for the 'Wolves to have a blistering 44-30 second half and to eventually take over Hawaii in the last week of the season to advance to the postseason and end a seven-season drought for one of the SIMBL's most successful all-time franchises.

Bryan starred for New York for the previous 12 full seasons and emerged as the leader of the Enforcers bullpen before signing with the 'Wolves this Opening Day week. The 34 year-old three-time All-Star becomes the fourth player to win both a Middle Reliever Of The Year Award and then convert to a closer and win a Fireman Of The Year Award joining the First File Era's Oregon's Charles Vue, Bristol's Richard Bell and current Asheville closer Dez Jordan to do so.

In a one-vote 9-8 win, Bryan edged out Las Vegas' Cedric Issacson from Issacson's second SL FOTY Award. Boston's Juan Carlos Bermudez got five votes and finished third.



2031 UL Rookie Of The Year:
Hue Henderson Calgary Clippers
.289 AVG 43 HR 120 RBI .898 OPS

Calgary GM Christian DeMarco was giddy when Hue Henderson fell to him with the last pick in the first round in the 2024 SIMBL Draft.  With potential offensive potential ratings the same as long-time Clipper and future SIMBL Hall Of Famer Carlos Molina, the Clippers couldn't believe that 24 other teams passed on such raw talent even though Henderson was 18 years-old at the time.  The Clippers expected to groom Henderson at first base as the heir apparent to franchise and SIMBL icon Colt McAlister.  What the organization didn't expect was Henderson would take six long seasons succeeding and failing in the Clippers farm system to even hint at making the SIMBL.

The waiting paid off and after two previous short stints where he failed miserably in the SIMBL in 2029 and 2030, Henderson was officially called up for this season and earned the first base position over last season's UL Rookie Of The Year runner-up Harley Pipp, who eventually was sent back to the minors and which stirred up some controversy in the locker room led by team leader and mouthpiece Matthew Brown who believed that Clippers' rookies like Henderson, SS Antonio Oliva and LF Justin Sandy shouldn't been just handed spots in the formidable Calgary lineups over established veterans.  Brown seemed to motivate the 26 year-old who produced one of the most impressive offensive rookie seasons in several years in the SIMBL and one of the best freshman debuts ever.  Henderson batting behind McAlister made Clippers selectively forget about the nine years of one of the best duos in SIMBL history to bat with each other in future SIMBL Hall Of Famers McAlister and Carlos Molina who batted #3 and #4 for each other for nine seasons before Molina left for Hawaii in free agency for the 2028 season.

If Henderson's big freshman year has any indications of what is to come and following the best season of the aging McAlister's career showing the old man has gas left in the tank, the kid and the old man can still do some major damage together protecting each other in the Clippers lineups for several more seasons before McAlister hangs them up and leaves his throne to the willing and waiting Henderson.

Whitby SP Marco Torrez and Dallas SP Michael Knox, both former first round picks that have finally made it to the SIMBL as well, had very solid rookie seasons and finished second and third in the balloting.



2031 SL Rookie Of The Year:
Bernardo Guillen Las Vegas Hustlers
.274 AVG 37 HR 106 RBI .834 OPS

Las Vegas' Bernardo Guillen is another player, just like Calgary's Hue Henderson, that has had a long road to the SIMBL and has been waiting since being drafted with the 62nd overall pick of the same 2024 SIMBL Draft to get his chance on the green fields in the SIMBL.

Guillen came on more than advertised and ran away with the 2031 SL ROTY prize by hitting .274 and leading the Hustlers with 37 HR and finishing behind one of his childhood idols, the Hustlers' Carlos Molina, with 106 RBI in help upgrade the Las Vegas offense tremendously and helped them rampage on to the 2031 SIMBL championship.

If putting up the kind of numbers that the 26 year-old has put up in his freshman season in the SIMBL and winning a title in his rookie year as well, things are looking good in Sin City.

Guillen took 20 of the 24 votes with Knoxville's Marcos Guerrero taking three for second place and Hollywood's Juan Santos receiving the only other vote.

The 2031 SIMBL Richard P. DeMarco Gold Glove Defense Awards will be announced next along with the 2031 All-SIMBL Team, SIMBL postseason MVPs, the official 2032 SIMBL Draft order and the upcoming 2032 arbitration results and 2032 free agency class.

 
LAS VEGAS SWEEPS WAY TO 2031 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON REPORT

LAS VEGAS SWEEPS WAY TO 2031 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP

In One Of The Most Dominating Team Pitching Performances In SIMBL CS History, Hustlers Hold Texans To Nine Runs In Four Games, Two Runs In Final Three Games


Sin City is alive and well and unleashing the fireworks over the city after their beloved Hustlers stunned Dallas with a four-game sweep winning the franchise their third title and first SIMBL championship in 16 seasons.

13-year veteran and future SIMBL Hall Of Fame slugger Carlos Molina (above center) is in the center of the celebration in the Las Vegas locker room after the Hustlers clinched the 2031 SIMBL championship with an unexpected four-game sweep against Dallas.  The key off-season additions by GM Carl Hannah of the still-producing long-toothed veterans like Molina and SP Michael Gambino may have put the Hustlers over the top and helped them in a huge way to their first team title in 16 seasons.

2031 SIMBL CS:
LAS VEGAS 4 DALLAS 0

2031 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series:
Game One: Las Vegas 8 Dallas 7
Game Two: Las Vegas 5 Dallas 1
Game Three: Las Vegas 2 Dallas 0
Game Four: Las Vegas 14 Dallas 1

Las Vegas smashes Dallas on the road in Game Four 14-1 for the first sweep in the SIMBL CS in five seasons (Cleveland over Sacramento 2026) and only the fourth sweep in SIMBL CS history (San Diego over Oregon 2016 and Oregon over Calgary 2011).  Las Vegas held Dallas to nine runs in four games and two runs in the final three games. The Hustlers become the seventh wildcard team in 27 seasons to win it all.   The Las Vegas pitching performance was one of the most dominating in SIMBL CS history.

Congratulations to Hustlers GM Carl Hannah on his first well-earned and well-deserved SIMBL championship that he has waited patiently for since joining the league for the 2016 season.  It's the third SIMBL title in the franchise's history joining their 2013 and 2015 titles.  Since their last 2015 championship, Hannah has led them to the postseason six times with only an appearance in the 2023 SIMBL CS where they lost an eleventh-inning Game Seven heartbreaker.  Now that run of patience and hard-luck has finally ended.

Congratulations to Dallas Texans GM Robert Don on his second-place showing.  His scrappy teams always are tough and his wildcard team again made it to the SIMBL CS for the fourth time in the past eleven seasons and made the postseason for the 9th time in the past 11 seasons winning the wildcard eight of those seasons and making it to the SIMBL CS their four times as a wildcard frustratingly losing each time.

The 2031 SIMBL GM Awards polls will close and the winners will be announced followed by the 2031 SIMBL postseason MVPs announced and the 2032 SIMBL Draft order formally announced and finally the 2032 SIMBL off-season SIM schedule officially announced.

Congratulations to every SIMBL GM on another fun and competitive season as we head towards Season 28.

2031 SIMBL CS GAME FOUR:

LAS VEGAS 14 DALLAS 1
Las Vegas Wins Series 4-0
WP: Michael Gambino (3-1 5.40 ERA) LP: Raynald Charron (2-2 5.88 ERA)
HR: Las Vegas: Carl Chaulk (5) Carlos Molina (1)
Player Of The Game: Dave Kreal CF Las Vegas
4 for 5 2 R 2B SB 2 RBI

 
HUSTLERS ONE WIN AWAY FROM 2031 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON REPORT

HUSTLERS ONE WIN AWAY FROM 2031 SIMBL CHAMPIONSHIP

Las Vegas Duo Of 'Triple A' & Riley Charboneau Hold Dallas To Nine Hits & One Run In Games Two & Three As Hustlers A Win Within First Team Championship In 16 Seasons


While his other high-profile teammate, five-time SL Hurler Of The Year and SIMBL #1 rated ace Alan Alexander Anderson, has gotten most of the attention from the SIMBL media and fans for a buzzsaw run through the 2031 postseason, Las Vegas' Riley Charboneau (above) has been equally a factor to the Hustlers being one win away from their first SIMBL championship in 16 seasons. The 27 year-old 4/8/9-rated #35 overall pick of the 2021 SIMBL Draft went 12-18 with a career-high 5.64 ERA this past season but has been rock-steady in his nine full seasons going 117-108 with a career 3.65 ERA and 1.22 WHIP as a solid #2 and/or #3 for the Hustlers since 2023. Charboneau has gone 3-1 with a blistering 2.27 ERA during the postseason and threw a complete-game three-hit shutout of Dallas in Game Three of the 2031 SIMBL CS.

2031 SIMBL CS:
LAS VEGAS 3 DALLAS 0

In a postseason thus far full of shocking results, the 2031 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series has begun with shocking results.

GM Carl Hannah's Las Vegas Hustlers have taken a storming 3-0 series lead on GM Robert Don's Dallas Texans in the 2031 SIMBL CS and are one game away from their first SIMBL championship in 16 seasons and their first for Carl.  Five-time SL Hurler Of The Year Alan Alexander Anderson has continued to dominate and carrying the Hustlers on their back during their postseason run.

2031 SIMBL CS Games 4-7 will be run on Tuesday September 9, 2014 and a new SIMBL champion will be crowned and announced.

2031 SIMBL CS GAME ONE:

LAS VEGAS 8 DALLAS 7
Las Vegas Leads Series 1-0
WP: Odin Dunbar (1-1 13.50 ERA) LP: Marvin Baldwin (1-1 4.15 ERA) SV: Cedric Issacson (7)
HR: Las Vegas: Alejandro Galindo (2)
Player Of The Game: Vince Crocker 2 for 4 2-Run 2B BB 2 RBI

Las Vegas comes back from a 5-0 first inning deficit with a run in the bottom of the first and four runs in the bottom of the third to make it a brand new game very quickly.  Dallas scores two runs in the top of the fifth to jump up 7-5 but the Texans' bullpen falters as the Hustlers score single runs in the 5th, 7th and 8th innings with Alejandro's single off of Marvin Baldwin driving in Dave Kreal the winning run.  2028 SL Fireman Of The Year and seven-time All-Star Cedric Issacson closed the door 1-2-3 in the ninth for his 7th save of the postseason to give the Hustlers a 1-0 series lead.

2031 SIMBL CS GAME TWO:

LAS VEGAS 5 DALLAS 1
Las Vegas Leads Series 2-0
WP: Alan Alexander Anderson (4-1 2.51 ERA) LP: James Rudolph (0-2 4.32 ERA) SV: Cedric Issacson (8)
HR: Las Vegas: Alejandro Galindo (3)
Player Of The Game: Alan Alexander Anderson SP Las Vegas
8.0 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 4 K

2031 SIMBL CS GAME THREE:

LAS VEGAS 2 DALLAS 0
Las Vegas Leads Series 3-0
WP: Riley Charboneau (3-1 2.27 ERA) LP: Mitch Evans (3-1 1.42 ERA)  
HR: Las Vegas: Carl Chaulk (4)
Player Of The Game: Riley Charboneau SP Las Vegas
9.0 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 3 BB 2 K

 
WILDCARDS DALLAS & LAS VEGAS MEET IN 2031 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON REPORT

WILDCARDS DALLAS & LAS VEGAS MEET IN 2031 SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

This Season's Title Series Puts Two Of The SIMBL's Longest Tenured, Competitive & Hard-Luck GMs Against Each Other For First League Championship

Dallas teammates celebrate their 2031 UL championship after upsetting defending SIMBL champion Whitby in a thrilling seven-game series.  The wildcard Texans avenge a six-game loss to the Battalion in last season's ULCS and advance to the SIMBL CS for the first time since the 2024 season and for the fourth time in the past 11 seaons seeking the first SIMBL championship in franchise history and first for long-time GM Robert Don.

Las Vegas teammates storm the field after clinching the 2031 SL championship.  The wildcard Hustlers stunned the SL top-seeded Tampa Bay Silverbacks in six games in an exciting series.  Las Vegas returns to the first SIMBL CS since the 2023 season when they lost in the 11th inning in a Game Seven walk-off win by Calgary.  The Hustlers seek the third SIMBL championship in franchise history and first since the 2015 season and first under GM Carl Hannah's long-time leadership.

2031 SIMBL LCS:
DALLAS 4 WHITBY 3
LAS VEGAS 4 TAMPA BAY 2

2031 SIMBL CS:
DALLAS VS. LAS VEGAS

In two exciting upsets in the 2031 SIMBL LCS series it's UL champion Dallas vs. SL champion Las Vegas in the 2031 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series showing anything can happen and usually does happen in the SIMBL postseason.

It's the third time in SIMBL history that two wildcards meet in the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.  Previously, 11 wildcard teams have made it to the SIMBL CS with six winning it all.  Asheville was the last wildcard team to advance to the SIMBL CS in 2028.

Congratulations to GM Robert Don's Dallas Texans who upset GM John Callahan's defending SIMBL champion Whitby Battalion in seven games in a rematch of last season's ULCS.  Dallas avenges last season's series loss to Whitby and prevents them from becoming the first team to win back-to-back SIMBL championships in 23 seasons.

It's the first trip for Dallas to the SIMBL CS since the 2024 season and the fourth in the past 11 seasons for the franchise and the fifth overall in franchise history.  The franchise has gone to the SIMBL CS four previous times without a win and seek their first SIMBL championship.

Congratulations to GM Carl Hannah's Las Vegas Hustlers who upset GM Tim Melican's Tampa Bay Silverbacks in six games.  The Hustlers have rode the best pitcher in the SIMBL, Alan Alexander Anderson's arm, to their first SIMBL CS since the 2023 season.  It's the fourth appearance in the SIMBL CS in franchise history as the Hustlers won SIMBL championships in 2013 and 2015 and lost to Calgary in an eleven-inning Game Seven in 2023.  Hannah seeks his first SIMBL championship as the first two Las Vegas SIMBL championships were won by former Hustlers GM Chip Orton who now has been long-time Deer Lake Direwolves GM since leaving the Hustlers.

Hard-luck Tampa Bay now has sported the best record in the SL the past three seasons and has been upset in the SLCS for the past three postseasons.

Congratulations go out to John and Tim on great seasons and great runs again.  

We'll run 2031 SIMBL CS Games 1-3 on Monday night September 8, 2031 once we get both exports in and will announce.  If you haven't voted for your mandatory 2031 SIMBL GM Awards time is running out before penalization.  The 2031 SIMBL postseason MVPs also will be announced shortly.

2031 SIMBL LCS GAMES FOUR:

WHITBY 7 DALLAS 2
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Warren Lane (1-0 3.14 ERA) LP: Michael Knox (2-1 5.06 ERA)
HR: Whitby: Kenny Burns (2) Dallas: Tony Aguilar (4)
Player Of The Game: Scott Porter 2B Whitby
3 for 4 3 R 2B BB SB 1 RBI

TAMPA BAY 5 LAS VEGAS 2
Series Tied 2-2
WP: Grant Cody (2-0 2.76 ERA) LP: Riley Charboneau (2-1 3.18 ERA) SV: Steven Pflueger (3)
HR: Las Vegas: Micah Irwin (7)
Player Of The Game: Grant Cody SP Tampa Bay
8.0 IP 6 H 2 R 2 ER 3 BB 1 K

2031 SIMBL LCS GAMES FIVE:

WHITBY 7 DALLAS 4
Whitby Leads Series 3-2
WP: Keith Patterson (3-0 2.63 ERA) LP: James Rudolph (0-1 4.74 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (5)
HR: Whitby: Joshua Gallagher (1) Leo Kelley (1) Jimmy O'Higgins (1) Dallas: Lance Stanley III (3)
Player Of The Game: Keith Patterson SP Whitby
8.0 IP 7 H 4 R 4 ER 1 BB 6 K

LAS VEGAS 2 TAMPA BAY 0
Las Vegas Leads Series 3-2
WP: Michael Gambino (2-1 LP: Jack Callahan (1-2 SV: Cedric Issacson (5)
HR: Las Vegas: Carl Chaulk (3)
Player Of The Game: Michael Gambino SP Las Vegas
8.1 IP 4 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 3 K

2031 SIMBL LCS GAMES SIX:

DALLAS 5 WHITBY 1
Series Tied 3-3
WP: Mitch Evans (3-0 1.52 ERA) LP: Marco Torrez (1-2 3.09 ERA)
HR: Dallas: Steven Dawson (1)
Player Of The Game: Mitch Evans SP Dallas
8.0 IP 5 H 1 R 1 ER 3 BB 5 K

LAS VEGAS 3 TAMPA BAY 2
Las Vegas Wins Series 4-2
WP: Alan Alexander Anderson (3-1 2.79 ERA) LP: Kevin Schmidt (0-1 2.75 ERA) SV: Cedric Issacson (6)
HR: Las Vegas: Eric Neal (1)
Player Of The Game: Alan Alexander Anderson SP Las Vegas
8.0 IP 3 H 2 R 2 ER 0 BB 6 K

2031 SIMBL LCS GAME SEVEN:

DALLAS 6 WHITBY 4
Dallas Wins Series 4-3
WP: Raynald Charron (2-1 4.43 ERA) LP: J.J. Drew (1-2 6.87 ERA) HLD: Daniel Andrews (1) SV: Ken Rhodes (4)
HR: Dallas: Joseph DeCaro (1) Whitby: Joshua Gallagher (2)
Player Of The Game: Daniel Andrews MR Dallas
1.2 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 3 K Game Hold

 
WILDCARDS TEXANS & HUSTLERS UP 2-1 IN 2031 SIMBL LCS
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON REPORT

WILDCARDS TEXANS & HUSTLERS UP 2-1 IN 2031 SIMBL LCS

2031 SIMBL LCS:
DALLAS 2 WHITBY 1
LAS VEGAS 2 TAMPA BAY 1

The wildcard Dallas Texans of GM Robert Don hold a two games to one series lead over GM John Callahan's defending SIMBL champion Whitby Battalion in the 2031 ULCS as the series stays in Dallas for Games Four and Five and heads to Whitby for Games Six and Seven if needed.

In the SL, the wildcard Las Vegas Hustlers of GM Carl Hannah hold a 2-1 series lead on the SL #1 seed Tampa Bay Silverbacks of GM Tim Melican.  Games Four & Five will remain in Las Vegas and Games Six and Seven will be in Tampa if needed.

2031 SIMBL LCS Games 4-7 will be held Monday September 8, 2014.  Mandatory SIMBL GM Awards ballots are due and the official 2032 SIMBL Draft order will also be announced shortly as well.

Good luck to Robert, John, Carl and Tim as we head to the conclusion of this season's SIMBL LCS and towards to big prize, the SIMBL Coveted Cup.

2031 SIMBL LCS GAMES ONE:

WHITBY 3 DALLAS 2
Whitby Leads Series 1-0
WP: Keith Patterson (2-0 1.69 ERA) LP: Daniel Andrews (0-1 3.38 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (4)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Keith Patterson SP Whitby
8.0 IP 6 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 7 K

In a thrilling 2-2 tie game in the bottom of the eighth inning at home, Whitby's Rio Percy doubles off of Dallas' Daniel Andrews.  Joshua Gallagher advanced Percy to third base on a groundout then Scott Porter scores Percy on a sacrifice fly for a 3-2 lead.  The Battalions' young closer Luis Castro then comes in and slams the door for his fourth save of the postseason and give Whitby a 1-0 lead in the 2031 ULCS.

LAS VEGAS 4 TAMPA BAY 1
Las Vegas Leads Series 1-0
WP: Riley Charboneau (2-0 1.65 ERA) LP: Jack Callahan (1-1 2.65 ERA)
HR: Las Vegas: Jose Saldana (2) Carl Chaulk 2 (2) Tampa Bay: Julian Winfield (2)
Player Of The Game: Carl Chaulk Las Vegas
2 for 3 2 R Solo HR Two-Run HR BB 3 RBI

2031 SIMBL LCS GAMES TWO:

DALLAS 8 WHITBY 2
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Mitch Evans (2-0 1.72 ERA) LP: Marco Torrez (1-1 1.65 ERA)
HR: Whitby: Marvin Farlow (1) Kenny Burns (1)
Player Of The Game: Mitch Evans SP Dallas
8.0 IP 6 H 1 R 1 ER 4 BB 6 K

TAMPA BAY 8 LAS VEGAS 6 (JORGE BATISTA TWO-RUN WALK-OFF HOME RUN)
Series Tied 1-1
WP: Felix Urbina (BS) (2-0 1.80 ERA) LP: Odin Dunbar (0-1 33.75 ERA) HLD: Chet Parker (1)
HR: Las Vegas: Micah Irwin (6) Tampa Bay: Jorge Batista 2 (2)
Player Of The Game: Jorge Batista C Tampa Bay
2 for 4 3 R 2 Two-Run HRs 4 RBI

2031 SIMBL LCS GAMES THREE:

DALLAS 7 WHITBY 4
Dallas Leads Series 2-1
WP: Raynold Charron (1-1 3.94 ERA) LP: J.J. Drew (1-1 5.68 ERA) SV: Ken Rhodes (3)
HR: Whitby: Roy Prather (2)
Player Of The Game: Raynald Charron SP Dallas
8.0 IP 8 H 4 R 4 ER 1 BB 6 K

LAS VEGAS 4 TAMPA BAY 3
Las Vegas Leads Series 2-1
WP: Alan Alexander Anderson (2-1 2.93 ERA) LP: Bartolo Carrasco (1-1 2.16 ERA) SV: Cedric Issacson (4)
HR: Tampa Bay: Lionel Pendleton (2)
Player Of The Game: Alan Alexander Anderson SP Las Vegas
8.0 IP 4 H 3 R 3 ER 1 BB 10 K

 
IT'S A WHITBY VS. DALLAS REMATCH IN THE UL AND TAMPA BAY VS. LAS VEGAS IN THE SL IN 2031 SIMBL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON REPORT

IT'S A WHITBY VS. DALLAS REMATCH IN THE UL AND TAMPA BAY VS. LAS VEGAS IN THE SL IN 2031 SIMBL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Las Vegas teammates celebrate advancing to the 2031 SLCS after an epic classic playoff series against San Diego.  The Hustlers became one of the few teams in SIMBL postseason history to comeback from a 3-1 series deficit led by their ace Alan Alexander Anderson's three brilliant performances in starts in the series and in Game Seven. Down to their last two outs of the season in the top of the ninth in Game Seven, five-time All-Star and seven-time SL Gold Glove catcher Micah Irwin hit a two-run home run off of San Diego's upcoming ace Kelly Hoskinson to give the Hustlers a 3-2 Game Seven win and an improbable comeback in the series to advance them to their first SLCS in eight seasons.

SIMBL LCS:
WHITBY VS. DALLAS
TAMPA BAY VS. LAS VEGAS

2031 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY 4 CALGARY 0
DALLAS 4 SEATTLE 2
TAMPA BAY 4 ROCHESTER 0
LAS VEGAS 4 SAN DIEGO 3

It's defending SIMBL champion Whitby vs. wildcard Dallas in a rematch of last season's ULCS and Tampa Bay vs. Las Vegas in the SLCS.

Congratulations to Whitby GM John Callahan as his Battalion stun the 105-win favored UL #1 seed Calgary Clippers of GM Christian DeMarco with a sweep for the second consecutive year in a rematch from last season's ULDS.  It's the second consecutive trip to the ULCS for the Battalion and their third trip to the League Championship Series in the past five seasons and their fourth in the past nine seasons where they are 1-3.  The Battalion hope to advance to the 2031 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series to attempt to become the first team to repeat as SIMBL champions in 23 seasons.

Congratulations to Dallas GM Robert Don's whose Texans ousted the Seattle Seawolves of GM Brandon Popper in six games again like they did last season in the ULDS.  The Texans and Battalion meet in a rematch of last season's ULCS as Dallas tries to avenge getting knocked out by Whitby in six games.  It's the second consecutive trip to the ULCS for the Texans and their third in the past six seasons and their sixth in the past eleven seasons. Dallas won the UL and advanced to the SIMBL CS in 2021, 2022 and 2024 but lost each time and seek their first SIMBL championship.

Congratulations to Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah whose Hustlers who go down in SIMBL history as one of the few teams to ever come back from a 3-1 series deficit in the postseason.  Las Vegas came back in a series described below that will go down as one of the very best in SIMBL playoff history and stunned the San Diego Warewolves of GM Don Krause as Las Vegas' five-time SL Hurler Of The Year Alan Alexander Anderson just added to his SIMBL legend with three outstanding starts in the series and a season-saving epic Game Seven duel with the 'Wolves' upcoming young ace Kelly Hoskinson.  It's the first trip to the SLCS for Las Vegas since the 2023 season when they advanced to the SIMBL CS.  The Hustlers have advanced to the SLCS four times in franchise history winning three of them in 2013, 2015 and 2023.  Las Vegas is a two-time SIMBL champion winning the title in 2013 and 2015.

Congratulations to Tampa Bay GM Tim Melican whose Silverbacks swept GM Jamey Carter's Rochester Roosters and ousted them from the first round for the second straight season.  The Silverbacks make their third consecutive trip to the SLCS where they lost the past two seasons to Hawaii in seven games after holding 3-1 series leads both times.

The extension for voting in ALL awards and ballots for the mandatory 2031 SIMBL GM Awards will be to the end of the postseason.  Please avoid being penalized and take a couple minutes to completely vote.  2031 SIMBL LDS MVPs will be announced shortly as will the official 2032 SIMBL Draft order.

2031 SIMBL LCS Games 1-3 will be run Sunday night with live real-time scores posted shortly.

2031 SIMBL LDS GAMES FOUR:

WHITBY 5 CALGARY 3
Whitby Wins Series 4-0
WP: J.J. Drew (1-0 3.24 ERA) LP: Rafael Morales (0-1 3.60 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (3)
HR: Calgary: Antonio Oliva (1)
Player Of The Game: J.J. Drew SP Whitby
8.1 IP 5 H 3 R 3 ER 3 BB 4 K

Whitby stunningly sweeps favored 105-win Calgary for the second straight season in the ULDS as the Battalion pitching has been stellar shutting down the highest-scoring offense this season in the SIMBL. Former 2023 first round pick J.J Drew, who went 20-9 during the regular season, holds the Clippers offense in check for 8.1 innings while closer Luis Castro earned his third save of the series halting a Calgary comeback as Whitby advances to its second consecutive ULCS and tries to become the first team in 23 seasons to win back-to-back SIMBL championships.

DALLAS 14 SEATTLE 2
Dallas Leads Series 3-1
WP: Mitch Evans (1-0 2.35 ERA) LP: Brock Vinci (0-2 11.88 ERA)
HR: Seattle: Dave Berutich (3) Dallas: Tony Aguilar (3) Michael Wallace (3) Lance Stanley III (2)
Player Of The Game: Lance Stanley III CF Dallas]
2 for 5 3 R 3B 3-Run SB HR 4 RBI  

Dallas manhandles Seattle on the road turning a 4-2 lead into a blowout with a nine-run bottom of the 7th inning torching UL Hurler Of The Year candidate Brock Vinci for six earned runs in six innings.  Dallas star veterans Tony Aguilar, Lance Stanley III and Michael Wallace all homer in the rout.  The Texans are one win away from again ousting the Seawolves in the first round and advancing to the ULCS for the second straight season in a rematch with Whitby.

TAMPA BAY 8 ROCHESTER 3
Tampa Bay Wins Series 4-0
WP: Grant Cody (1-0 3.24 ERA) LP: Alexander Darby (0-1 5.87 ERA) SV: Steven Pfleuger (1)
HR: Tampa Bay: Ray Conner (2) Jake Albert (1) Rochester: Antonio De La Cruz (1)
Player Of The Game: Jake Albert 1B Tampa Bay
4 for 5 2 R 2B 2-Run HR 3 RBI

Tampa Bay sweeps Rochester and knocks the Roosters out of the SLDS for the second consecutive season and advance to their third straight SLCS hoping to advance to the SIMBL CS for the first time.  The Silverbacks' pitching has been historic this time with former #1 overall pick of the 2027 SIMBL Draft Grant Cody shining hurling 8.1 innings of six-hit three run ball.  Tampa holds Rochester to five total runs in the series four games.

SAN DIEGO 5 LAS VEGAS 1
San Diego Leads Series 3-1
WP: Vicente Lopez (1-0 1.00 ERA) LP: Cedric Issacson (BS) (0-1 13.50 ERA)
HR: San Diego: Toby Gibson (1) Las Vegas: Micah Irwin (3)
Player Of The Game: Alan Alexander Anderson SP Las Vegas
8.0 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 0 B 8 K

In another stunning game this postseason, five-time SL Hurler Of The Year and the favorite again this season, Las Vegas future Hall Of Famer Alan Alexander Anderson, takes a 1-0 lead into the eighth inning.  After one out, 2028 SL Fireman Of The Year and favorite to win the award this season and seven-time All-Star closer Cedric Issacson enters for an expected save and blows it for the hard-luck Hustlers. Issacson went 35 for 39 this season in save situations with a blistering 1.95 ERA in 69.1 innings and gave up a two-run homer to six-time SIMBL veteran All-Star Toby Gibson.  The Warewolves then tacked on three more runs off of Odin Dunbar before San Diego's Vicente Lopez finished off his complete game four-hitter while striking out nine erasing "Triple A's" Player Of The Game performance.  The Cinderellas 'Wolves are one-win away from advancing to their first SLCS in seven seasons.

2031 SIMBL LDS GAMES FIVE:

SEATTLE 3 DALLAS 1
Dallas Leads Series 3-2
WP: Nico Scordos (1-0 1.20 ERA) LP: Raynald Charron (0-1 3.38 ERA) HLD: Scott Williams (1) Nick Mitchell (1) Patrick Anderson (1) Jonathan Weaver (1) SV: Willie Roger DeMarco (1)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Nico Scordos SP Seattle
7.0 IP 5 H 1 R 0 ER 1 BB 10 K

Seattle closes the series deficit on the road to stay alive with a brilliant performance by former 2029 off-season supplemental free agent Nico Scordos and the Seawolves bullpen.  Scordos strikes out 10 offsetting his defense's four errors.  The series goes to Game Six back to Seattle.

LAS VEGAS 3 SAN DIEGO 2
San Diego Leads Series 3-2
WP: Riley Charboneau (1-0 2.16 ERA) LP: Michael Martin (1-1 1.59 ERA) HLD: Ramiro Moreno (2) SV: Cedric Issacson (2)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Riley Charboneau SP Las Vegas
8.1 IP 6 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 2 K

In another 2031 SIMBL postseason epic pitchers duel, Las Vegas' long-time veteran Riley Charboneau outduels San Diego young phenom Michael Martin.  Trailing 3-0 going into the top of the ninth on the road, the Warewolves score one run but leave two runners stranded as Las Vegas' long-time seven-time All-Star closer Cedric Issacson redeems himself from blowing the save and game the night before and strikes out Joshua Bradford to force a Game Six back in San Diego.

2031 SIMBL LDS GAMES SIX:

DALLAS 6 SEATTLE 3
Dallas Wins Series 4-2
WP: Michael Knox (2-0 3.60 ERA) LP: Matthew Allen (0-1 33.75 ERA) SV: Ken Rhodes (2)
HR: Dallas: Orlando Garcia (1)
Player Of The Game: Orlando Garcia SS Dallas  
3 for 5 1 R 2B 2-Run HR 4 RBI

UL wildcard Dallas upsets Seattle again in six games for the second straight season in the ULDS and advances to the second consecutive ULCS. The Texans take a 5-0 lead in the top of the second that they never relinquished.  Seattle went down fighting as they scored one in the ninth and left two runners on before Dallas closer Ken Rhodes earned his second save of the series.  Westbury's former 2024 first round draft pick, Orlando Garcia, who was traded to Dallas in 2026, single-handedly won the game by going 3 for 5 with 4 RBI.

LAS VEGAS 9 SAN DIEGO 3
Series Tied 3-3
WP: Michael Gambino (1-1 7.30 ERA) LP: Sean O'Neal (0-1 6.08 ERA) HLD: Takashi Yoshino (1)  
HR: San Diego: Greg Williams (3) Las Vegas: Jose Saldana (1) Micah Irwin (4)
Player Of The Game: Jose Saldana 2B Las Vegas
2 for 4 1 R 2B 3-Run HR

After taking a precarious 4-3 lead into the ninth inning, Las Vegas erupts for five big runs to turn a close game into a rout.  The Hustlers force a Game Seven on the road against San Diego hoping to earn their first trip to the SLCS since the 2023 season.

2031 SIMBL LDS GAME SEVEN:

LAS VEGAS 3 SAN DIEGO 2
WP: Alan Alexander Anderson (1-1 2.78 ERA) LP: Chad Bryan (BS) (0-1 40.50 ERA)
HR: Las Vegas: Micah Irwin (5)
Player Of The Game: Alan Alexander Anderson SP Las Vegas
9.0 IP 6 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 10 K

In series that will be talked about for a long time in the SIMBL, down 2-1 and down to their two last outs of the game with San Diego phenom Kelly Hoskinson buzzing through the Hustler lineup, Las Vegas veteran stalwart catcher Micah Irwin hits a two-run home run in the top of the ninth inning to put the Hustlers up 3-2.  The SIMBL's top current ace Alan Alexander Anderson, making his third start of the series and summoned up for Game Seven, shows the kid Hoskinson what a legend is made of as "Triple A" adds to his legend throwing a complete-game win with one walk, six hits and ten strikeouts.  After Irwin's blast, the five-time SL Hurler Of The Year smelled blood striking out the dangerous veterans Dante Dawson and Michael Blackwell before getting Gabriel Garcia to ground out for an improbable Las Vegas series comeback.  The Hustlers advance to the SLCS for the first time in eight seasons and face their division rival Tampa Bay.

 
WHITBY, DALLAS, TAMPA BAY & SAN DIEGO UP IN 2031 SIMBL LDS
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON REPORTS

WHITBY, DALLAS, TAMPA BAY & SAN DIEGO UP IN 2031 SIMBL LDS

Among Several Outstanding Pitching Performances Thus Far In First Three Games Of Playoffs, Tampa Bay's Staff Shines

2031 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY 3 CALGARY 0
DALLAS 2 SEATTLE 1
TAMPA BAY 3 ROCHESTER 0
SAN DIEGO 2 LAS VEGAS 1

Tampa Bay ace Jack 'The Ripper' Callahan (above) looks in during his 2031 SLDS Game Three six-hit complete-game shutout of Rochester.  Callahan shut out the Roosters in Game Three while teammate Bartolo Carrasco shut Rochester out in Game Two on a complete-game one-hitter.  Rochester has managed 0 runs on 7 hits in the last two games of the series and the Silverbacks have held the Rooster to two runs in the series three games thus far in a rematch of last season's SLDS.  Tampa Bay looks to advance to their third consecutive SLCS.  The Silverbacks held 3-1 series leads the past two seasons in the SLCS against Hawaii only to lose three straight games both times to the Pineapples and were prevented to advancing to the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series both times.

The Whitby Battalion of GM John Callahan hold a stunning 3-0 series lead on the favored Calgary Clippers of GM Christian DeMarco in the 2031 ULDS.  The defending SIMBL champion Battalion swept the Clippers in the first round last season and now have won seven straight postseason games against Calgary and are one win away from advancing to their second straight ULCS.

The wildcard Dallas Texans of GM Robert Don also hold a surprising 2-1 series lead against Seattle GM Brandon Popper's Seawolves.  The Texans won the first two games on the road and also upset the Seawolves last postseason in the first round.

Tampa Bay GM Tim Melican's Silverbacks hold a commanding 3-0 series lead against GM Jamey Carter's Rochester Roosters in the SLDS.  Tampa Bay is one win  away from advancing to their third consecutive SLCS where they lost the previous two seasons in seven games to Hawaii denying them their first trip to the SIMBL CS.  The Silverbacks also knocked out the Roosters last season in the first round.

San Diego GM Don Krause's Warewolves won the first two games at home before Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah's Hustlers nabbed a slim 2-1 win at home in Game Three as San Diego leads Las Vegas 2-1 in the other SLDS.  Games 4 and 5 remain in Las Vegas while Games 6 and 7 will return to San Diego if needed.

2031 SIMBL LDS Games 4-7 will be held Friday September 5, 2014 with export deadlines at 6 PM EDT.  If all exports are in sooner and time is available the SIM will be run sooner and posted and announced.

Good luck to all remaining GMs as we heads towards the 2031 SIMBL League Championship Series.

2031 SIMBL LDS GAMES ONE:

WHITBY 7 CALGARY 5
Whitby Leads Series 1-0
WP: Robert Boddie (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Bob Detty (0-1 27.00 ERA) HLD: Josh Porter (1) SV: Luis Castro (1)
HR: Whitby: Roy Prather (1) Lawrence Moore (1)
Player Of The Game: Lawrence Moore C Whitby
1 for 1 1 R 3-Run PH HR

In a wild one, pinch hitter Lawrence Moore hits a three-run home run rarely given up by four-time UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Bob Detty in the top of the 8th to help the Battalion come back from a 5-3 deficit and steal the first game on the road.

DALLAS 10 SEATTLE 6
Dallas Leads Series 1-0
WP: Michael Knox (1-0 5.14 ERA) LP: Brock Vinci (0-1 19.29 ERA) HLD: Dale Pittman (1) SV: Dave Miller (1)
HR: Dallas: Michael Wallace (1) Lance Stanley III (1) Tony Aguilar (1) Seattle: Marc Hoskins (1)
Player Of The Game: Tony Aguilar DH Dallas
2 for 2 2 R Solo HR 3 RBI SF 2 SB

Dallas steals one on the road in a wild one that featured 16 runs, 27 hits and 3 errors though the Texans never trailed in the game gaining 2-0, 4-3, and 9-4 leads.

TAMPA BAY 3 ROCHESTER 2 (11 INNINGS)

Tampa Bay Leads Series 1-0
WP: Felix Urbina (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Dale Moore (0-1 13.50 ERA)  
HR: Tampa Bay: Lionel Pendleton (1) Ray Conner (1) Rochester: Michael Sanders (1)
Player Of The Game: Kevin Schmidt SP Tampa Bay
8.0 IP 7 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 8 K

In a classic pitcher's duel 2-2 ballgame since the top of the 5th inning, veteran Tampa Bay DH Lionel Pendleton hits a two-out walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the 11th inning to put the Silverbacks up 1-0 in the rematch of last season's SLDS.

SAN DIEGO 7 LAS VEGAS 0
San Diego Leads Series 1-0
WP: Michael Martin (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Alan Alexander Anderson (0-1 7.94 ERA)  
HR: San Diego: David Jackson (1)  
Player Of The Game: Michael Martin SP San Diego
9.0 IP 5 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 11 K

Las Vegas five-time SL Hurler Of The Year and 24-game winner Alan Alexander Anderson gets rarely banged up for 6 runs in 5.2 innings as former SIMBL #1 overall prospect Michael Martin shows perhaps a glimpse of the next future SL ace of aces by pitching the best game of his young career thus far throwing a five-hit complete game win walking only one while striking out 11 as the Warewolves continue to roll taking a 1-0 series lead in their first trip in the SIMBL postseason in seven seasons.

2031 SIMBL LDS GAMES TWO:

WHITBY 3 CALGARY 1
Whitby Leads Series 2-0
WP: Keith Patterson (1-0 1.13 ERA) LP: Jason Chapman (0-1 3.86 ERA) SV: Luis Castro (2)
HR: Calgary: Ramiro Sanchez (1)
Player Of The Game: Keith Patterson SP Whitby
8.0 IP 5 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 7 K

Whitby leads the whole way as 2031 SIMBL ERA king Keith Patterson is brilliant throwing 8 innings of five-hit ball allowing only a fifth inning solo home run to Ramiro Sanchez as the Battalion take their second game on the road in Calgary to stunningly go up on the Clippers 2-0 in the ULDS.  The Battalion have now won six straight postseason games over the Clippers dating back to last season's four-game sweep in their first round series.

DALLAS 4 SEATTLE 3
Dallas Leads Series 2-0
WP: Marvin Baldwin (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Willie Roger DeMarco (BS) (0-1 20.25 ERA) SV: Ken Rhodes (1)
HR: Dallas: Tony Aguilar (2) Seattle: Marc Hoskins (2)
Player Of The Game: Marc Hoskins LF Seattle
3 for 4 2 R Solo HR

Down 3-2 in the top of the ninth and down to their last two outs against two-time Fireman Of The Year and one of all-time best closers in SIMBL history, Dallas' five-time UL MVP Tony Aguilar shows he still has it and adds to his legend by belting a two-run game-winning home run off of Willie Roger DeMarco.  Seattle puts two on in the bottom of the ninth before Dallas reliever Ken Rhodes sneaks out of it to put the wildcard Texans up 2-0 with another win on the road in the rematch from last season in which Dallas upset the Seawolves.

TAMPA BAY 10 ROCHESTER 0

Tampa Bay Leads Series 2-0
WP: Bartolo Carrasco (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Brandon Blair (0-1 12.27 ERA)
HR: Tampa Bay: Pablo Young (1)
Player Of The Game: Pablo Young SS Tampa Bay
3 for 3 4 R BB 2-Run HR SB 3 RBI

Tampa Bay takes a 2-0 series lead by bombing Rochester as Silverbacks' 17-game winner Bartolo Carrasco takes a no-hitter into the sixth inning and throws a complete-game one hit shutout.

SAN DIEGO 8 LAS VEGAS 7
San Diego Leads Series 2-0
WP: Tory Nash (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Michael Gambino (0-1 11.81 ERA) HLD: Bartolo Vera (1) Luis Ortega (1) Chad Bryan (1) SV: Ramon Liendo (1)
HR: Las Vegas: Micah Irwin (1) San Diego: Greg Williams 2 (2)  
Player Of The Game: Greg Williams LF San Diego
3 for 3 2 R 2 HR 5 RBI

Tied 5-5 in the bottom of the sixth, San Diego's Greg Williams hits his second home run of the game of off Las Vegas' veteran 199-game winner Michael Gambino to go up 8-5.  The Hustlers mount a ninth-inning comeback on a two-run Carlos Molina double to get to within a run but Ramon Liendo earns the save by getting SL Rookie Of The Year candidate Bernardo Guillen to ground out and strands Molina at second with the tying run as the Warewolves stunningly go up 2-0 in the series.

2031 SIMBL LDS GAMES THREE:

WHITBY 1 CALGARY 0
Whitby Leads Series 3-0
WP: Marco Torrez (1-0 0.00 ERA) LP: Mohammed Alvarez (0-1 1.24 ERA)
HR: None
Player Of The Game: Marco Torrez SP Whitby
9.0 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 2 BB 3 K

Roy Prather's sacrifice fly scoring Kevin Cox in bottom of the third inning is the only scoring as Whitby's 2026 first round pick rookie Marco Torrez is brilliant throwing a complete game three-hit shutout trumping Calgary's Mohammed Alvarez who threw 7.1 innings of two-hit ball allowing only Prather's sacrifice fly as Whitby continues to stun 105-win Calgary and leads the series 3-0 and looks for their second consecutive first round sweep of the Clippers.

SEATTLE 9 DALLAS 4
Dallas Leads Series 2-1
WP: Robert Thornton (1-0 4.50 ERA) LP: Bryan Hansen (0-1 8.10 ERA)  
HR: Seattle: T.J. Rose (1) Dave Berutich (2) Dallas: Michael Wallace (2)
Player Of The Game: T.J. Rose CF Seattle
3 for 4 Solo HR BB 2 SB 2 RBI

Seattle leads the whole way and goes up 6-1 in the top of the seventh inning to bump Dallas starter Bryan Hansen out of the game as Robert Thornton holds his own in 8 innings allowing 4 runs on 9 hits as Seattle closes the series deficit to 2-1 heading towards two more games at home against the Texans.

TAMPA BAY 5 ROCHESTER 1

Tampa Bay Leads Series 3-0
WP: Jack Callahan (1-0 1.00 ERA) LP: Felix Romero (0-1 3.38 ERA)  
HR: Tampa Bay: Julian Winfield (1)  
Player Of The Game: Jack Callahan SP Tampa Bay

In a post-season thus far of brilliant complete game performances, Tampa Bay's former #2 overall pick of the 2026 SIMBL Draft, Jack Callahan, throws a complete-game six hit win allowing only one run while walking one and striking out six to give the Silverbacks a commanding 3-0 series lead and within one win away from advancing to their third consecutive SLCS.

LAS VEGAS 2 SAN DIEGO 1
San Diego Leads Series 2-1
WP: Bob Henderson (1-0 2.70 ERA) LP: Kelly Hoskinson (0-1 2.35 ERA) HLD: Odin Dunbar (1) Glenn Newcombe (1) Ramiro Moreno (1) SV: Cedric Issacson (1)
HR: Las Vegas: Micah Irwin (2) Alexandro Galindo (1)

Las Vegas stays alive in another epic 2031 SIMBL LDS pitcher's classic and looks to get back in the series with Games 4 and 5 at home.  Hustlers first baseman Alejandro Galindo breaks a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the sixth inning with a solo shot off of San Diego's former SIMBL #1 overall prospect Kelly Hoskinson to give Las Vegas the slim 2-1 lead their bullpen would hold onto.  The only other run the Hustlers scored was another solo shot off of Hoskinson by veteran star catcher Micah Irwin in the bottom of the fourth inning in a game which featured 16 runners left on base by both teams combined.

 
2031 PLAYOFF FIELD SET
2031 SIMBL POSTSEASON PREVIEW & REPORT

2031 PLAYOFF FIELD SET

More Of The Same From Last Season As Seven Out Of Eight Teams Return To Postseason; Three Out Of The Four First Round Series Are Rematches From Last Season's LDS

San Diego teammates storm the field to celebrate the Warewolves' improbable run to the 2031 SL West title.  GM Of The Year candidate Don Krause acquired some key veterans with some second-half trades and waivers acquisitions and crept from last-place near the All-Star break to stun Hawaii and dethrone the two-time defending SL West and SL champions.  Krause wins his first SIMBL divisional title and makes his first trip to the SIMBL postseason.  It's the first return to the playoffs for the ten-time SIMBL champion Warewolves since they won their last title in the 2024 season.  San Diego also completes a rare worst-to-first season improving 15 games from last-place in the division last season.

2031 SIMBL LDS:
CALGARY (1) VS. WHITBY (3)
SEATTLE (2) VS. DALLAS (4)
TAMPA BAY (1) VS. ROCHESTER (3)
SAN DIEGO (2) VS. LAS VEGAS (4)

The 2031 SIMBL regular season has concluded and the postseason field has been set for the league's 27th run to the SIMBL Coveted Cup.

It went down to the wire but the 2031 regular season has concluded and the postseason field has been set.

This season it's pretty much the same as seven of last season's eight postseason teams repeat and again make it to the playoffs.

Congratulations to San Diego (88-74) GM Don Krause who inherited the team for the 2029 season and in two seasons has brought back the Warewolves to the postseason for the first time since the 2024 season when they won the last of their SIMBL-record ten league championships.  The 'Wolves also become one of the few teams in SIMBL history to go from worst-to-first from last season improving 15 games and dethroning the defending two-time SL West and SL champion Hawaii Pineapples of GM Troy Vogel. Don wins his first SIMBL divisional title while the 'Wolves win the 18th division title and make their 21st overall postseason appearance in the franchise's 27-season history.  

Congratulations to the Las Vegas Hustlers (93-69) of GM Carl Hannah who will meet San Diego in the first round of the SLDS.  The Hustlers repeat from last season as the SL wildcard and it's the 12th overall postseason appearance in franchise history.  Las Vegas looks to advance after losing to Hawaii in six games in last season's SLDS. 

Congratulations to Tampa Bay GM Tim Melican as his Silverbacks (96-66) clinched their third straight SL Central title.  It's the eighth division crown in franchise history and ninth overall trip to the postseason. Tampa Bay has made it to two straight SLCS the past two seasons losing them both in seven games to Hawaii.

Congratulations to Rochester GM Jamey Carter whose Roosters (85-77) clinched their second straight SL East championship.  The Roosters secure the 10th divisional title in franchise history and make the 12th trip to the playoffs in franchise history.  Rochester will have a rematch with SL #1-seed Tampa Bay to try to avenge a six-game loss to the Silverbacks in the first round last season.

Congratulations to Whitby GM John Callahan and his Battalion (89-73) who wrap up their second straight UL East title and make their third consecutive postseason appearance.  It's the seventh divisional title and ninth overall postseason trip for the defending SIMBL champions who will look to become the first team in 23 seasons to win back-to-back SIMBL championships.

Whitby will face SL #1 seed Calgary (105-57) of GM Christian DeMarco who clinched their fourth straight UL Central crown two SIMs ago.  It's the 21st divisional crown for the Clippers and their 22nd playoff appearance.  It will be a rematch of last season's ULDS when Whitby upset and swept Calgary last season en route to the Battalion's 2031 SIMBL title.

Congratulations to Dallas GM Robert Don whose Texans (83-79) came back down late in the season for another late-season wildcard push.  It's the second straight wildcard berth for Dallas and the eighth in franchise history and the 11th trip to the postseason for the Texans.  Dallas took two out of three against Toronto GM Eric Savard's Rush and split a four-game season-ending series with Calgary to win the UL wildcard by one game over the Rush who were trying to halt the SIMBL's longest postseason drought now at 25 seasons dating back to the SIMBL's second season of existence during the 2006 season.

It's another rematch of last season's ULDS as Dallas faces the UL West champion Seattle Seawolves (91-71) of GM Brandon Popper.  The Seawolves clinched the sixth division title in frachise history last SIM and make the sixth overall postseason appearance in franchise history.

Calgary veteran slugger Colt McAlister (.317 AVG 55 HR 137 RBI) had a monster season and wins only the third Triple Crown in SIMBL history and the first in 16 seasons since San Diego's Pablo Figueroa in 2015.  SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles posted the only other SIMBL Triple Crown during his record 2008 season of still-standing SIMBL records 69 home runs and 172 RBI while hitting .352.  McAlister's 55 blasts were the fifth-most in a single-season in league history.

Hawaii's Roger Marcum (44 HR/34 SB) and San Diego's Michael Blackwell (31 HR/37 SB) had the only 30 HR/30 SB seasons and join the exclusive seasonal club in SIMBL history on the SIMBL Wall Of Fame.

40-home run seasons were posted by Calgary's Colt McAlister (55), Hawaii's Roger Marcum (44), Calgary rookie Hue Henderson (43), Deer Lake's Cody Taylor (41), Whitby's Joshua Gallagher (40) and Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield (40).

100-RBI seasons were completed by Calgary's Colt McAlister (137), Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield (127), Rochester's Alan Crawford (121), Calgary's Hue Henderson (120), Westbury's Jonathan Lizotte (119), Deer Lake's Cody Taylor (119), Cleveland's Marques Santana (116), Las Vegas' Carlos Molina (115), Bristol's Jon LaMontanage (112), Toronto's Michael Lonewolf (112), San Diego's Dante Dawson (107), Hollywood's Zachery Dye (107), Las Vegas rookie Bernardo Guillen (106), Oregon's Jason Hamilton (105), Knoxville's Willard Rivard (104), Dallas' Tony Aguilar (102), Hawaii's Deryk Ryles (101) and New York's Kody Ware (100).

Asheville's Tommy Eagen is the 2031 SIMBL swipes king with 84 stolen bases.  Tampa Bay's Akiro Hikaru had 81, Knoxville's Joe Hayes had 80 while Dallas' Joseph DeCaro's 79 led the UL.

Las Vegas' reigning SL Hurler Of The Year Alan Alexander Anderson (24-5 2.49 ERA) posts his eight straight 20-win season closing on SIMBL Hall Of Famer Bobby Grimes' record of 10 consecutive seasons.

20 game winners include Las Vegas' Alan Alexander Anderson (24), Seattle's Matthew Allen (21), Calgary's Jason Chapman (21), Whitby's J.J. Drew (20) and Seattle's Brock Vinci (20).

Vinci's 284 strikeouts are the most in the SIMBL New File Era (2019-current) and the most since Vinny Corleone's 282 in 2019.

Whitby's closer-turned-starter Keith Patterson won the SIMBL and UL ERA title with a 2.17 clip while Chicago's Jimmy Wagner won the SL ERA crown with a 2.43 mark.

Tampa Bay's last season's UL MVP Julian Winfield's 127 RBI's prevented Deer Lake's Cody Taylor from posting another rare Triple Crown season in the SL.  Taylor finished a MVP-worthy season leading the SIMBL and SL with a .358 batting average coming up just short of the highest single-season batting average in SIMBL history Asheville's free agent-to be Ju-Won Shi's .360 record in 2025.  Taylor's .358 ties for the second-highest single-season batting average in the SIMBL's 27-seasons.  Taylor also led the SL with 41 HR and came in third with 119 RBI.  Taylor and Tampa Bay's Akiro Hikaru (207) posted the only 200-hit seasons and join the exclusive 200 Hit Club.  Taylor's 221 hits are the fourth-most in a season and the most since New York's Artie Bradley's 222 in 2026.

Bristol's 39 year-old four-time UL Fireman Of The Year and SIMBL all-time saves leader Barrett Jenkins led the SIMBL and UL with a career-high 47 saves.  It's the 9th 40+ save season of "The Blade's" career and the 12th 30+ save season of his career.  Boston's Juan Carlos Bermudez's 36 saves led the SL.  Las Vegas closer Cedric Issacson posted his 9th consecutive 30+ save season.

After extensively watching for any possible tanking, Sacramento, Asheville, Knoxville, Boston and Bend will hold the top five picks in the upcoming 2032 SIMBL Draft.

The Games 1-3 of the 2031 SIMBL LDS will be held Thursday September 4, 2031 with an export deadline of 6 PM EDT.  If all exports are confirmed earlier and time is able the SIM will be run sooner and announced.  Since the SIMBL Commissioner's Calgary team in again involved in the postseason Westbury GM and SIMBL Financial Commissioner Bill Atteberry will be summoned and asked to run an independent SIM and upload the file if possible.

Congratulations to all SIMBL GMs on yet another fun, competitive and exciting regular season and good luck to all SIMBL postseason GMs on their runs to the 2031 SIMBL championship. The official 2032 SIMBL Draft order will soon be announced as well as the start of the annual mandatory SIMBL GM Awards.

2031 SIM 26 NEWS:

Sunday, October 5th, 2031

Toronto Rush: Michael Hayhugh pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Texas Roadrunners with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!  

Friday, October 3rd, 2031

Seattle Seawolves: Octavio Abreu goes 0-3 against the Bend Bandits, ending his hitting streak at 21 games.  

Wednesday, October 1st, 2031

RF Octavio Abreu of the Seattle Seawolves honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Batter of the Month Award.  

1B Alan Crawford of the Rochester Roosters 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 Gene Shuey of the Chicago Hitmen honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Pitcher of the Month Award.  

1B Hue Henderson of the Calgary Clippers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Rookie of the Month Award.  

1B Marcos Guerrero of the Knoxville Lumberkings honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Rookie of the Month Award.  
Deer Lake Direwolves: Aaron Melbourne sets the SL regular season extra-inning game record for runs with 5.  
Seattle Seawolves: Octavio Abreu goes 1-3 against the Oregon Pioneers, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!

Hollywood Stars: Zachery Dye launches his 300th career home run!

2031 SIM 26 MAJOR INJURIES:

Monday, October 6th, 2031

Bend Bandits: Manuel Cabrera has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5-6 weeks.

2031 SIM 26 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Tuesday, October 7th, 2031

Sacramento Giants: LF Blake Stanton retires.  

Monday, October 6th, 2031

Calgary Clippers: Signed SP Jason Chapman to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $42,000,000.  

Friday, October 3rd, 2031

Rochester Roosters: Signed SP Alexander Darby to a 3-year contract extension worth a total of $6,900,000.

 
BATTALION & SEAWOLVES CLINCH; LAST POSTSEASON BERTHS AT STAKE HEADING INTO LAST SIM OF 2031 REGULAR SEASON

BATTALION & SEAWOLVES CLINCH; LAST POSTSEASON BERTHS AT STAKE HEADING INTO LAST SIM OF 2031 REGULAR SEASON

Seattle GM Brandon Popper's Seawolves have a little fun with the bubbly in the locker room after clinching their second consecutive UL West division title in 2031 SIM 25.  Seattle makes it to the postseason for the sixth time overall in franchise history and look to advance past the first round this season after being upset and losing to UL wildcard Dallas in five games last season.

7 Games & 1 SIM To Go In Regular Season:

UL East: Whitby (86-69) Clinched
UL Central: Calgary (102-53) Clinched
UL West: Seattle (87-68) Clinched

SL East: Rochester (81-74) over Chicago 3.0 GB
SL Central: Tampa Bay (95-60) over Las Vegas 7.0 GB
SL West: San Diego (86-69) over Hollywood and Hawaii 7.0 GB

UL Wildcard: Dallas (80-75) over Toronto 2.0 GB over Bristol 4.0 GB and Westbury and Oregon 6.0 GB
SL Wildcard: Las Vegas (88-67) over Hollywood and Hawaii 7.0 GB

Congratulations to Whitby GM John Callahan's Battalion who clinched their second consecutive UL East title in 2031 SIM 25.  It's the 7th division title in franchise history and the 9th overall trip to the postseason.  The defending SIMBL champions will try to become the first team since 2008, some 23 seasons, to defend their SIMBL championship.

Congratulations to Seattle GM Brandon Popper whose Seawolves clinched their second straight UL West title.  It's the sixth division title and sixth overall postseason trip in franchise history.

The Battalion and Seawolves are fighting for the #2 seed in the UL in the last SIM of the season.  Calgary GM Christian DeMarco's Clippers clinched the UL Central and the UL and SIMBL #1 seed last SIM.

The Rochester Roosters of Jamey Carter look to clinch their second straight SL East title and hold a slim three-game lead over Chicago GM John Bowden's surging Hitmen.

Tampa Bay GM Tim Melican's Silverbacks hold a seven-game lead over GM Carl Hannah's Las Vegas Hustlers in the SL Central.  The Silverbacks look to clinch their third straight division crown and look to clinch the SL #1 seed.

In the SL West, San Diego GM Don Krause's Warewolves have used a second-half surge and have overtaken the two-time defending SL champion Hawaii Pineapples of GM Troy Vogel.  The Pineapples had led the division all season long and for the past two and three quarters seasons.  Hollywood GM Rodney Baylor's Stars are also tied with Hawaii five games back with seven games to play in the regular season.  The 'Wolves look to make their first return to the postseason since winning the last of their SIMBL-record ten franchise titles in 2024.

Dallas GM Robert Don's Texans look to work their usual late-season magic and sneak into the playoffs again this season with another UL wildcard.  The Texans have overtaken Toronto GM Eric Savard's division rival Rush and hold a two-game lead over them with seven games to play for the UL wildcard.  The Rush look to end the SIMBL's longest active playoff drought going back 25 seasons to the 2006 season, the SIMBL's second season of existence.

Las Vegas holds a relatively secure seven-game lead with seven games to play over Hawaii and Hollywood for the SL wildcard berth.

Dallas and Calgary meet in Calgary's Victors Field for a season-ending four game series.  Calgary GM Christian DeMarco has already been quoted as saying that the team will NOT rest any starters specifically to try to keep the long-time divisional rival Texans of GM Robert Don out of the wildcard.

Clippers mouthpiece Matthew Brown said, "We'll play every man to every inning to keep them pesky, redneck sons of bitches out of the playoffs, it will be our pleasure."

Dallas, as a wildcard, knocked out heavily-favored 100-win Clippers teams out of the ULCS in 2021 and 2022 and advanced last season to the ULCS also as the UL wildcard losing to Whitby.  Dallas has advanced to the SIMBL CS three times as a UL wildcard in the SIMBL New File Era though has lost each time and seek their first franchise championship.

Dallas finishes the season with a three-game series against the Toronto Rush of GM Eric Savard on the road and a four-game series against Calgary on the road.  The Texans and Rush are fighting for the UL wildcard berth and both series will be crucial in determining the last UL postseason berth.  Toronto finishes their season on the road against the last-place Texas Roadrunners of GM Pat Flanagan and have the easier schedule in the last seven games.

The last seven-game SIM of the 2031 regular season will be held on Wednesday September 3, 2014.  If any one-game playoffs are needed they will be announced.

Good luck to all remaining contending GMs as we head towards the 27th SIMBL postseason.

 
DALLAS' WALLACE & ROCHESTER'S CRAWFORD NAMED 2031 SIM 25 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

DALLAS' WALLACE & ROCHESTER'S CRAWFORD NAMED 2031 SIM 25 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

7 Games & 1 SIM Left In Regular Season

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Michael Wallace, the Dallas first 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.

Wallace piled up 10 hits in 20 at-bats, 3 home runs and 10 RBIs while hitting .500.

So far this season Wallace has hit .256 with 9 home runs, 62 RBIs and and scored 55 times.

At the age of 32, Alan Crawford might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Rochester first baseman put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .409 batting average. For his efforts Crawford collected the Syndicate League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 9 hits in 22 at-bats, 7 home runs and 13 RBIs last week in 6 games.

This year Crawford is hitting .292, produced 112 RBIs and 36 home runs, scored 83 times and gotten on base at a .345 rate.

2031 SIM 25 NEWS:

Monday, September 29th, 2031

1B Michael Wallace of the Dallas Texans honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.

1B Alan Crawford of the Rochester Roosters honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, September 28th, 2031

Calgary Clippers: Hayden James pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Toronto Rush with 10 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!

Saturday, September 27th, 2031

Rochester Roosters: Alan Crawford hits three home runs against the Chicago Hitmen, going 3-4 with 5 RBI and 3 runs scored!  

Cleveland Brownies: Jameson Munnings hits three home runs against the Seattle Seawolves, going 3-5 with 5 RBI and 3 runs scored!  

Friday, September 26th, 2031

Boston Revolution: Christopher Stevens got suspended 3 games after ejection following arguing a strike call.

2031 SIM 25 MAJOR INJURIES:

Monday, September 29th, 2031

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: Jake Boles has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 weeks. 

2031 SIM 25 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Thursday, September 25th, 2031

Calgary Clippers: Signed 2B Tad Jackson to a 4-year contract extension worth a total of $50,000,000. 

 
SIMBL SLUGGER LEGEND LAS VEGAS' MOLINA BECOMES FOURTH PLAYER IN LEAGUE HISTORY TO BLAST 500 CAREER HOMERS
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS UPDATED

SIMBL SLUGGER LEGEND LAS VEGAS' MOLINA BECOMES FOURTH PLAYER IN LEAGUE HISTORY TO BLAST 500 CAREER HOMERS

SIMBL history is made in 2031 SIM 24 as Las Vegas slugger Carlos Molina (above) watches the 500th home run of his career leave the yard.  The 39 year-old becomes only the fourth player in the SIMBL's 27-season history to achieve the feat joining SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles (561), Dallas' Tony Aguilar (508), and Calgary's Colt McAlister (506) in the exclusive club.  Molina was a third round pick by Calgary in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft and teamed with McAlister batting behind him in the Clippers lineup for nine seasons for one of the most productive duos in SIMBL history.  The nine-time All-Star then left in 2028 off-season free agency and signed with Hawaii where he played for three seasons helping the Pineapples win the 2030 SIMBL championship and the third title in Molina's career.  'The Mexican Mamba' signed last off-season with the Las Vegas Hustlers and has had the 11th 30 HR/100 RBI season of his 13-season career currently hitting .281 with 34 HR and 106 RBI for the SL wildcard-leading Hustlers.

Las Vegas's 8-5 victory over Deer Lake was highlighted by Carlos Molina's 500th career home run. His teammates congratulated him at home plate after he circled the bases.

"I didn't see all of them out there," Molina said with a chuckle, "until I rounded third base." He added sheepishly: "It was only a home run. It's not like I won us a World Series!"

In 4 at-bats the Hustlers designated hitter collected 3 hits in his historic game, scored 2 runs, and had 5 runs batted in.

Molina is hitting the ball at a .282 clip over his career. In 1954 games he has delivered 2136 hits, 500 home runs with 1472 RBIs and scored 1268 times.

SIMBL ALL-TIME CAREER HOME RUN LEADERS
AS OF THE 9/22/2031 LEAGUE DATE:
SIMBL First File Era 2005-2018
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current
*- Indicates Active Player
1. 561 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017
2. 508 Tony Aguilar Hartford/Dallas 2019-2031 *
3. 506 Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2031 *
4. 502 Carlos Molina Calgary/Hawaii/Las Vegas 2019-2031 *
5. 432 Troy Baca Las Vegas/New York/Deer Lake/Bend/Knoxville 2011-2018, 2024-2031 *
6. 401 Taki Taketo San Diego/Rochester/Knoxville/Hollywood 2019-2031 *
7. 371 Matt Kramer Chicago/Bristol 2019-2031 *
8. 364 Luis Franco Toronto/Brooklyn 2005-2015
9. 361 Glenn Knapp Marin/Birmingham/Ruston/Dalton-Manhattan Beach/Lowell 2005-2018
9. 361 Eddie Bryant Colchester-Boston/Cleveland 2019-2030
10. 359 Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2031 *
 
CALGARY SLUGGER MCALISTER BECOMES FIFTH PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY TO HAVE 50 HOME RUN SEASON

CALGARY SLUGGER MCALISTER BECOMES FIFTH PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY TO HAVE 50 HOME RUN SEASON

Calgary veteran slugger Colt McAlister (above) connects on his 50th home run of the 2031 season becoming only the fifth player to achieve the feat and posting only the ninth such season in the SIMBL's 27 season-history.  At 37 years-old, the 13-year veteran becomes the oldest player to bash 50 in a season as well.

Calgary's Colt McAlister connected on his 50th home run in 2031 SIM 24 joining the exclusive 50 Home Run In A Season Club.  The 37 year-old Clippers veteran becomes the oldest player in SIMBL history to achieve the feat and becomes only the fifth player in the SIMBL's 27 seasons of history to accomplish it.  There have been only nine 50+ home run seasons in league history and five have been done by SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2014.  Dallas' Tony Aguilar with Ryles have produced the only 60+ home runs seasons in league history.  McAlister's 50 are the first in seven seasons when Aguilar (62) and current Las Vegas Hustler Carlos Molina (57) both hit 50 during the 2024 season.

69 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2008
62 Tony Aguilar Dallas 2024
57 Carlos Molina Calgary 2024
61 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2011
54 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2009
52 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2014
51 Colt McAlister Calgary 2031 *
51 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2010
50 R.J. Poole Chicago 2017

 
PIONEERS' HAMILTON & ROOSTERS' PAVOLIC NAMED 2031 SIM 24 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

PIONEERS' HAMILTON & ROOSTERS' PAVOLIC NAMED 2031 SIM 24 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

13 Games & 2 SIMs To Go In Regular Season As '31 Season Heads Down To The Wire

13 Games & 2 SIMs To Go In Regular Season:

UL East: Whitby (83-66) over Bristol (73-76) 10.0 GB
UL Central: Calgary (99-50) Clinched
UL West: Seattle (85-65) over Oregon (72-77) 13.0 GB

SL East: Rochester (78-71) over Chicago (75-74) 3.0 GB
SL Central: Tampa Bay (91-58) over Las Vegas (87-62) 4.0 GB
SL West: Hawaii (80-69) and San Diego (80-69) over Hollywood (76-73) 4.0 GB

UL Wildcard: Dallas (76-73) over Toronto (75-74) 1.0 GB over Bristol (73-76) 3.0 GB over Oregon (72-77) 4.0 GB
SL Wildcard: Las Vegas (87-62) over Hawaii (80-69) and San Diego (80-69) 7.0 GB

At the age of 27, Jason Hamilton might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Oregon shortstop put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .429 batting average. For his efforts Hamilton collected the Union League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 9 hits in 21 at-bats, 4 home runs and 12 RBIs last week in 5 games.

Hamilton is currently hitting at a .239 pace with 26 home runs and 92 RBIs.

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Carl Pavolic, the Rochester catcher, 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.

Pavolic piled up 8 hits in 12 at-bats, 3 home runs and 5 RBIs while hitting .667.

A look at his current stats shows Pavolic with a .279 average, 12 home runs, 23 RBIs and 20 runs scored. He has played in 54 games.

2031 SIM 24 NEWS:

Monday, September 22nd, 2031

C Carl Pavolic of the Rochester Roosters honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.

SS Jason Hamilton of the Oregon Pioneers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

Friday, September 19th, 2031

Texas Roadrunners: Dalton Jarvis pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Enforcers with 7 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!  

Thursday, September 18th, 2031

Hawaii Pineapples: Deryk Ryles hits three home runs against the Boston Revolution, going 3-4 with 5 RBI and 3 runs scored!  

Toronto Rush: Gary Harlan hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Oregon Pioneers, with 2 RBI and 3 runs scored.  

Wednesday, September 17th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Raynald Charron pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Westbury Cannons with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!  

Tuesday, September 16th, 2031

Las Vegas Hustlers: Carlos Molina launches his 500th career home run!  

Seattle Seawolves: Octavio Abreu got suspended 4 games after ejection following arguing a strike call.

Knoxville Lumberkings: Hector Cuervo pitches a 1-hit shutout against the Hollywood Stars with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!

2031 SIM 24 MAJOR INJURIES:

Friday, September 19th, 2031

Oregon Pioneers: Chris McGee has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2 weeks.  

Monday, September 15th, 2031

Bristol Owls: CF Brandon Kerns was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: rotator cuff strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks. 

2031 SIM 24 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, September 19th, 2031

Bristol Owls: Signed 3B Roberto Moreno to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $4,000,000.

 
CLIPS FIRST TO CLINCH 2031 PLAYOFF BERTH

CLIPS FIRST TO CLINCH 2031 PLAYOFF BERTH

Rush Lead UL Wildcard Race, Look To End The SIMBL's Longest Playoff Drought Going Back 26 Seasons; Hitmen & 'Wolves Close In On Division Leaders

Calgary rookie shortstop Antonio Oliva (above center) leads the celebration as the Clippers celebrate clinching their fourth consecutive UL Central division title and 22nd overall in 2031 SIM 23.  The championship-minded Clippers seek to dethrone defending champion Whitby in the UL and are hunting for the fourth SIMBL title in franchise history and their first since the 2025 season.

Congratulations to Calgary GM Christian DeMarco whose Clippers (93-50) clinched their fourth consecutive UL Central Division title and are the first team to clinch a playoff berth in the 2031 season.

The Clippers clinch their SIMBL-record 21st division title and make their 22nd overall trip to the postseason in 27 seasons seeking the fourth SIMBL championship in franchise history.

GM John Callahan's defending SIMBL champion Whitby Battalion (82-61) have a magic number of 7 and lead the UL East by 13 games with 19 to play to clinch their second straight division crown.

Seattle GM Brandon Popper's Seawolves (81-62) have a magic number of 9 and lead the UL West by 11 games with 19 to play to try to wrap up their second consecutive division title.

GM Jamey Carter's Rochester Roosters (74-69) have a magic number of 17 and lead GM John Bowden's red-hot Chicago Hitmen (71-72) by 3 games in the SL East.  The Hitmen are riding a 13-game winning streak and are closing in on preventing the Roosters from their second consecutive SL East title.

In the tight SL Central, GM Tim Melican's Tampa Bay Silverbacks (88-55) have opened up a five-game lead on Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah's Hustlers (83-60) who are on an untimely three-game losing streak.  The Hustlers though do hold a five-game lead on the SL wildcard regardless.

In the wild SL West, the upstart San Diego Warewolves (78-65) of GM Don Krause have overcome some major injuries and have tied the two-time defending SL champion Hawaii Pineapples (78-65) of GM Troy Vogel who have led the division for the past three seasons.

In the UL wildcard race, the Toronto Rush (73-70) of GM Eric Savard hold a two-game lead over division rival GM Robert Don's Dallas Texans (71-72) and a three-game lead over GM Tim Imasa's Oregon Pioneers (70-73) and a four-game lead over GM Bill Atteberry's Westbury Cannons (69-74).  The Rush look to be the feel-good story of the season as they try to halt the SIMBL's longest playoff drought going back 26 seasons to 2006 and to make only their second overall playoff trip in franchise history.

There are 19 games and 3 SIMs left in the 2031 regular season with 2031 SIM 24 coming on Saturday.

 
TORONTO'S YOUNG HURLS NO-NO VS. DIVISION RIVAL CALGARY

TORONTO'S YOUNG HURLS NO-NO VS. DIVISION RIVAL CALGARY

Rush's 28 Year-Old Right-Hander Enjoying Stellar Season 16-10 3.02 ERA, Throws Third No-Hitter Of 2031 Season

Toronto pitcher Daniel Young (above right) celebrates after notching the last out of his no-hitter thrown against division rival Calgary in 2031 SIM 23.  It was the season's third no-hitter thrown.

Daniel Young of the Rush was standing behind the mound when the scoreboard caught his eye, confirming what he already knew: He was one out from a no-hitter. He froze ... for a couple of seconds he didn't move.

"This hitter is the last one," Young told himself. Then he collected himself and finished one of his greatest performances ever.

The Toronto hurler no-hit the Calgary Clippers 4-0 at Toronto Ballpark Center, finishing with 1 walks and 8 strikeouts, facing only 28 batters.

Young admitted to the press, "I knew from the fifth inning on it was a no-hitter, but really didn't worry about it until the last out. I just wanted to win the game until then ... then I wanted the no-hitter, too."

Up to now Young has recorded a record of 16-10. In 31 starts he has fanned 136 batters in 226.1 innings with a 3.02 ERA.

 
RUSH'S LONEWOLF & STARS' WILHELM NAMED 2031 SIM 23 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

RUSH'S LONEWOLF & STARS' WILHELM NAMED 2031 SIM 23 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

19 Games & 3 SIMs To Go In Regular Season

Toronto Six-Time All-Star Latest To Join 300 Career Home Run Club; Chicago On 13-Game Winning Streak Terror

At the age of 32, Micheal Lonewolf might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Toronto left fielder put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .385 batting average. For his efforts Lonewolf collected the Union League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 10 hits in 26 at-bats, 3 home runs and 6 RBIs last week in 7 games.

Hitting .273 to date, Lonewolf has 34 home runs and 102 RBIs. He has played in 139 games.

Veteran Bill Wilhelm had a great week at the plate for the Stars to capture the majority of votes for Player of the Week in the Syndicate League.

The 34-year-old Hollywood second baseman built a .474 average on the strength of 9 hits in 19 at-bats, 4 home runs and 6 RBIs.

This year Wilhelm is batting .258 with 109 hits, 17 home runs, 57 RBIs, 81 walks, .381 OBP and has scored 69 runs.

2031 SIM 23 NEWS:

Monday, September 15th, 2031

LF Michael Lonewolf of the Toronto Rush honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

2B Bill Wilhelm of the Hollywood Stars honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, September 14th, 2031

Boston Revolution: Country Joe Thomas pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Sacramento Giants with 6 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!  

Thursday, September 11th, 2031

Chicago Hitmen: Shane King got suspended 3 games after ejection following arguing a strike call.

Toronto Rush: Daniel Young pitches a NO-HITTER against the Calgary Clippers with 8 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!

Toronto Rush: Micheal Lonewolf launches his 300th career home run!  

Asheville Smokies: Billy Goodwin goes 5-5 against the Knoxville Lumberkings, with 1 2B, 1 HR, 3 RBI and 4 R.

2031 SIM 23 MAJOR INJURIES:

Wednesday, September 10th, 2031

Oregon Pioneers: 3B Chris McGee was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: strained oblique. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.

Tuesday, September 9th, 2031

Westbury Cannons: CF Magglio Romo was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: sprained knee. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.

2031 SIM 23 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Sunday, September 14th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Signed SS Cisco Diaz to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $990,000.  

Friday, September 12th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Signed 1B Michael Wallace to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $2,360,000.  

Tuesday, September 9th, 2031

San Diego Warewolves: Claimed MR Marvin Cameron off waivers from Deer Lake.  

Hollywood Stars: Claimed SP Ross Brooks off waivers from Deer Lake.  

San Diego Warewolves: Claimed MR Jake Jackson off waivers from Deer Lake.

 
BROWNIES' FOSTER & D-WOLVES' TAYLOR WIN 2031 SIM 22 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

BROWNIES' FOSTER & D-WOLVES' TAYLOR WIN 2031 SIM 22 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

26 Games & 4 SIMs To Go In Regular Season

Two Of The SIMBL's Top Aces: Bend's Manuel Cabrera & San Diego's Richard Dicks Jr. Out For Rest Of Season; Sacramento's Former 2024 #10 Overall Pick Blake Stanton Suffers The Dreaded CEI

There's nothing like being in the prime of your baseball career -- and playing like it. Just ask Manny Foster, the Cleveland 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.

Foster piled up 13 hits in 27 at-bats, 3 home runs and 5 RBIs while hitting .481.

Foster is presently hitting at a .299 pace with 21 home runs and 56 RBIs. He has played in 131 games and scored 92 times.

Cody Taylor demonstrated his potential to be a star in the game last week and today he took home the Syndicate League Player of the Week Award.

The Deer Lake first baseman wreaked havoc on opposing pitchers last week, pounding them for a .552 average (16-29) with 3 home runs and 9 RBIs on his way to claiming the honor.

Taylor currently has a .367 batting average with 191 hits, 37 homers, 104 RBIs, 90 runs scored and a .448 OBP.

2031 SIM 22 NEWS:

Monday, September 8th, 2031

CF Manny Foster of the Cleveland Brownies honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.

1B Cody Taylor of the Deer Lake Direwolves honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.

2031 SIM 22 MAJOR INJURIES:

Saturday, September 6th, 2031

Sacramento Giants: Blake Stanton has suffered a setback in his recovery from injury. He has elected to retire rather than continue his rehabilitation. This is a CAREER ENDING injury!

Thursday, September 4th, 2031

New York Enforcers: RF Eric Fisher was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.

Bend Bandits: SP Manuel Cabrera was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: strained oblique. He's expected to miss about 8-9 weeks.

San Diego Warewolves: SP Richard Dicks, Jr. was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: surgery to remove bone chips (elbow). He's expected to miss about 4-5 months. 

San Diego Warewolves: MR Blair Singleton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: shoulder inflammation. He's expected to miss about 3-4 months.

2031 SIM 22 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, September 5th, 2031

Hollywood Stars: Signed MR Brian McClure to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $940,000.  

Toronto Rush: Signed 2B Peyton Michaels to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $7,500,000.  

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2031

Hollywood Stars: Claimed CL Andrew Walker off waivers from Deer Lake.

 
BRISTOL'S SIMBL ALL-TIME SAVES LEADER 'BLADE' JENKINS EARNS 500TH CAREER SAVE
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS

BRISTOL'S SIMBL ALL-TIME SAVES LEADER 'BLADE' JENKINS EARNS 500TH CAREER SAVE

Bristol's Barrett "The Blade" Jenkins (above left) is congratulated by his Owl teammates after making SIMBL history by becoming the first player to save 500 games in a SIMBL career.  The 39 year-old has had eight 40+ save seasons and twelve seasons of his thirteen SIMBL seasons he has saved 37 or more games.  He is a four-time UL Fireman Of The Year winning the award in 2020, 2022 and 2023 with Calgary and 2028 with Bristol.  The SIMBL Hall Of Fame-bound closer was a fifth round pick in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft and starred for six seasons for the Clippers before leaving in free agency spending two seasons with Asheville and has spent the past five seasons with Bristol.  Jenkins is a seven-time All-Star and posts a sizzling 1.85 career ERA and 0.95 WHIP which are the best by far in the SIMBL New File Era (2019-current).  Jenkins has appeared in 805 games and has an amazing 1057 strikeouts in 883.2 career innings with a SIMBL all-time record 91.1% career save rate.

Once again Barrett Jenkins has saved the day for the Bristol Owls. The bullpen ace came in and closed out another victory, beating the Bend Bandits 4-1 and reaching a career milestone. This was save number 500 for the talented 39-year-old reliever. To claim his historic achievement, Jenkins finished off the Bandits, allowing no runs and no hits in 1 innings.

Jenkins has made 801 relief appearances and has 500 lifetime saves.

 
HOLLYWOOD''S TAKETO BECOMES SIXTH PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY TO SMASH 400 CAREER HOMERS
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS

HOLLYWOOD'S TAKETO BECOMES SIXTH PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY TO SMASH 400 CAREER HOMERS

Knoxville's Hall Of Fame-bound catcher Taki Taketo (above left) watches his 400th career SIMBL home run leave the yard in 2031 SIM 21 and into the SIMBL record books.  The 37 year-old former #2 overall pick in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft joins SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles, Tony Aguilar, Colt McAlister, Carlos Molina and Troy Baca as the only players in the SIMBL's 27 seasons of player to achieve 400 career blasts.  Taketo's career production has firmly established himself as the top catcher in SIMBL history and perhaps the top Asian player in SIMBL history as well.

400 home runs is a lot of home runs to hit. It's a number that very few players reach. Today Taki Taketo became a member of that exclusive club. He belted it at Jack Daniels Field against the Lumberkings. But sometimes milestone homers don't win the game. The powerful Hollywood catcher got all the headlines, but Knoxville came away with the victory. They beat the Stars 6-5.

During the postgame interview he told the press, "It's a big relief to get it over. I tried not to think about it, but it's kind of hard when you have a huge sign on the scoreboard staring at you every time you step up to the plate. The home run was nice, but I would have preferred to win the game."

His batting totals for the game showed 2 hits in 5 at-bats, 1 home run and 2 RBI.

The hardworking and dedicated Taketo also said, "I'll celebrate a little with my family tonight but not too much. This is not the last home run I will hit. I think I have a lot baseball left in me and have other goals. I'll get back to work tomorrow."

Over his 1833-game career Taketo has compiled a .274 batting average and collected 1791 hits, 400 home runs and 1216 RBIs.

 
CLIPPERS' MCALISTER & SILVERBACKS' WINFIELD NAMED AUGUST 2031 PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

CLIPPERS' MCALISTER & SILVERBACKS' WINFIELD NAMED AUGUST 2031 PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

After Horrid Start To Season Reigning SL MVP Heating Up Late For Stretch Run For Tampa; Calgary Slugger Wins Monthly Award For Fourth Time This Season

On the heels of a very productive August, Colt McAlister received Union League Batter of the Month recognition today.

The battle-tested first baseman hit .366 for the Calgary Clippers and racked up 11 home runs, 30 RBIs and 24 runs scored.

This season McAlister is hitting .321 with 46 home runs.

When guys like Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield win Batter of the Month awards, it just makes you feel good. In a productive August, the longtime Syndicate League veteran toyed with opposing pitchers all month long, collecting 32 hits in 105 at-bats.

The veteran right fielder hit for a .305 batting average and collected 12 home runs, 31 RBIs and 15 runs scored.

During the current season Winfield is batting at a .253 clip with 31 home runs and 97 RBIs. He has played in 128 games and scored 65 times.

 
RUSH'S RYAN & HUSTLERS' 'TRIPLE A' NAMED AUGUST 2031 PITCHERS OF THE MONTH

RUSH'S RYAN & HUSTLERS' 'TRIPLE A' NAMED AUGUST 2031 PITCHERS OF THE MONTH

Las Vegas Future Hall Of Famer Ace Wins Back-To Back Monthly Awards, 18th Monthly Award In Career & Posts 20th Win For 9th Straight Season, Seeks Sixth SL Hurler Of The Year Award In Past Seven Seasons

In August, Pierce Ryan tore through the Union League like a seasoned veteran -- quite impressive for a player only 24 years old.

The young Toronto starter posted a 4-1 mark and an ERA of 2.41 to earn the Pitcher of the Month award. In 56 innings he collected 43 strikeouts while limiting the opposition to a .243 average.

In 29 starts this season, Ryan has recorded 14 wins and absorbed 11 losses. He has pitched 201 innings, allowed 189 hits, struck out 167 and has a 3.85 ERA.

Despite the number of years he's been in the league, Alan Alexander Anderson still gets excited when he puts together a quality stretch like he had in August. The 31-year-old starter for Las Vegas was named Syndicate League Pitcher of the Month earlier today.

He collected 5 wins and 1 loss with 41 strikeouts in his 6 starts, putting up a fine 3.07 ERA in 41 innings of work.

Anderson has made 29 starts so far this year and put up a 20-4 won-lost record with a 2.31 ERA. In 218 innings he has allowed 157 hits, walked 42 and struck out 220.

 
WHITBY'S FARLOW & HAWAII'S MARCUM WIN 2031 SIM 21 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK AWARDS

WHITBY'S FARLOW & HAWAII'S MARCUM WIN 2031 SIM 21 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK AWARDS

Calgary's Winning Streak Halted At 13 Games By Whitby

At the age of 26, Marvin Farlow might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Whitby first baseman put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .583 batting average. For his efforts Farlow collected the Union League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 7 hits in 12 at-bats, 3 home runs and 6 RBIs last week in 4 games.

This year Farlow is batting .268 with 13 home runs and 30 RBIs.

It can be difficult for a young player to step out of the shadows and assert himself in the Syndicate League, but last week Roger Marcum of the Hawaii Pineapples reminded everyone just why he's here as he threw up numbers that made him an easy selection for Player of the Week. Marcum rocked opposing pitching for a .429 average (9-21), 3 home runs and 6 RBIs to come away with the award.

So far this year in 126 games Marcum is hitting .249 with 37 home runs, 75 RBIs and 69 runs scored.

2031 SIM 21 NEWS:

Monday, September 1st, 2031

1B Marvin Farlow of the Whitby Battalion 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.

1B Colt McAlister of the Calgary Clippers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Batter of the Month Award.  

RF Julian Winfield of the Tampa Bay Silverbacks honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Batter of the Month Award.

SP Pierce Ryan of the Toronto Rush honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Pitcher of the Month Award.  

SP Alan Alexander Anderson of the Las Vegas Hustlers honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Pitcher of the Month Award.

1B Hue Henderson of the Calgary Clippers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Rookie of the Month Award.  

RF Bernardo Guillen of the Las Vegas Hustlers honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Rookie of the Month Award.  

Sunday, August 31st, 2031

Hollywood Stars: Taki Taketo launches his 400th career home run!  

Saturday, August 30th, 2031

Las Vegas Hustlers: Carlos DeJesus goes 5-5 against the Deer Lake Direwolves, with 1 HR, 7 RBI and 1 R.  

Friday, August 29th, 2031

Dallas Texans: Mitch Evans pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Westbury Cannons with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!

Bristol Owls: Barrett Jenkins notches his 500th career save!  

Wednesday, August 27th, 2031

San Diego Warewolves: Sean O'Neal pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Chicago Hitmen with 8 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed! 

2031 SIM 21 MAJOR INJURIES:

Sunday, August 31st, 2031

Texas Roadrunners: MR Larry Thomas was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: ulnar nerve irritation. He's expected to miss about 3-4 months. 

Tuesday, August 26th, 2031

Calgary Clippers: RF Matthew Brown was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.

2031 SIM 21 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

None

 
CALGARY'S MCALISTER JOINS RYLES, AGUILAR IN EXCLUSIVE 500 CAREER HOME RUN CLUB
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS
SIMBL FIRST FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS
SIMBL NEW FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS

CALGARY'S MCALISTER JOINS RYLES, AGUILAR IN EXCLUSIVE 500 CAREER HOME RUN CLUB

37 Year-Old 13-Year Veteran Gunning For Third MVP Of Hall Of Fame-Bound Career

Calgary's Colt McAlister (above) connects on his 500th career SIMBL home run in 2031 SIM 20.  McAlister joins only two other players, Dallas' five-time UL MVP Tony Aguilar who belted his 500th two SIMs earlier, and SIMBL Hall Of Famer and all-time home king Daryl Ryles.  The 37 year-old McAlister has rebounded from the two worst seasons of his career to having a MVP-caliber season.  The former #1 overall choice of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft has won two UL MVPs in 2023 and 2027 and has led Calgary to two championships and has the red-hot Clippers on a 12-game winning streak and is looking for a third title in the twilight of his SIMBL Hall Of Fame-bound career.

Calgary's outstanding first baseman Colt McAlister joined the 500 home run club today at Victors Field with a booming blast in the Clippers win over the Hitmen. They topped Chicago 12-2.

On his milestone day McAlister had 2 hits in 3 at-bats with 3 RBI and 3 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."

McAlister has a career .286 average with 2097 hits, 397 doubles, 25 triples, 501 home runs, 1499 RBIs, and 1378 runs scored to date.

SIMBL ALL-TIME CAREER HOME RUN LEADERS
AS OF THE 8/25/2031 LEAGUE DATE:
SIMBL First File Era 2005-2018
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current
*- Indicates Current Player
1. 561 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017
2. 502 Tony Aguilar Hartford/Dallas 2019-2031 *
3. 501 Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2031 *
4. 494 Carlos Molina Calgary/Hawaii/Las Vegas 2019-2031 *
5. 432 Troy Baca Las Vegas/New York/Deer Lake/Bend/Knoxville 2011-2018, 2024-2031 *
6. 399 Taki Taketo San Diego/Rochester/Knoxville/Hollywood 2019-2031 *
7. 364 Luis Franco Toronto/Brooklyn 2005-2015
7. 364 Matt Kramer Chicago/Bristol 2019-2031 *
8. 361 Glenn Knapp Marin/Birmingham/Ruston/Dalton-Manhattan Beach/Lowell 2005-2018
8. 361 Eddie Bryant Colchester-Boston/Cleveland 2019-2030
9. 359 Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2031 *
10. 355 Toby Gibson Sacramento/Whitby 2019-2031 *
11. 346 Paul Rose Sacramento/Sunnyvale/Dallas/Oregon 2019-2031 *
11. 346 Julian Winfield Rochester/San Diego/Las Vegas/Tampa Bay 2020-2031 *
12. 345 Peyton Michaels Toronto 2019-2031 *
12. 345 Marc Carter Boston-Montreal/Hollywood/Las Vegas/Texas 2019-2030
13. 342 Leonard Williamson Colchester-Boston/Astoria-Seattle 2020-2031 *
14. 324 Chance Bailey Dallas/Sunnyvale/Augusta-Charlotte-Tampa Bay/Knoxville/Las Vegas 2019-2030
15. 322 Mike Chisholm Pensacola-Kitchener 2005-2014
16. 320 Maiku Inejiro Oregon/Marin/Toronto 2005-2015
16. 320 Osvaldo Quijada Texas/Los Angeles/Lowell 2006-2018
17. 319 Eddie Meas Jacksonville/Chicago 2005-2014
18. 312 Peter Turner Chicago 2022-2031 *
19. 310 Richard Cummings Oregon 2006-2018
20. 301 Taitarou Haranobu Oregon/Toronto/Calgary 2005-2017
21. 299 Kory Stone San Diego/Las Vegas/Rochester/Boston/Hollywood 2019-2030
21. 299 Emil Villarreal Toronto/Oregon/Boston/Bristol/Chicago 2005-2017
22. 296 James Randell Brooklyn-Mexico City-Birmingham 2005-2018
23. 294 Adam Wells Calgary 2005-2018
24. 293 Michael Lonewolf Tacoma-Cleveland/Calgary/Toronto 2020-2031 *
25. 291 Zachery Dye New York/Hollywood/Hawaii 2019-2031 *
26. 290 Marlon Evans Bend/Seattle 2019-2030
27. 287 Joe Buchanan Rochester/San Diego/Boston 2022-2031*
28. 281 Willie Sullivan Pocatello/Calgary/New York 2005-2015
29. 278 Grady McPherson Asheville/Whitby/Texas 2019-2030
30. 277 Cesar Delgado Chicago/Astoria/Oregon/Cleveland/Las Vegas/Bristol 2019-2027
 
CALGARY ROOKIE HENDERSON & HAWAII'S TEMPLETON EARN 2031 SIM 20 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

CALGARY ROOKIE HENDERSON & HAWAII'S TEMPLETON EARN 2031 SIM 20 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HONORS

Clippers Former 2025 First Round Pick Storming Into SIMBL After Six Long Seasons Grooming In The Minors

So far in his young career, Hue Henderson has kept a low profile, but after his performance at the plate last week, he attracted the notice of the rest of the Union League in a big way as he was named the Player of the Week today for his efforts.

The 25-year-old Calgary Clippers first baseman hit at a torrid .520 clip as he collected 13 hits in 25 at-bats, 6 home runs, 10 RBIs and 7 runs scored.

Currently Henderson is batting .293 with 140 hits and 34 home runs. He has knocked in 88 runs and scored 76 times.

At the age of 30, Kendrick Templeton might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Hawaii center fielder put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .448 batting average. For his efforts Templeton collected the Syndicate League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 13 hits in 29 at-bats, 3 home runs and 5 RBIs last week in 6 games.

A look at his current stats shows Templeton with a .301 average, 25 home runs, 72 RBIs and 75 runs scored. He has played in 119 games.

2031 SIM 20 NEWS:

Monday, August 25th, 2031

1B Hue Henderson of the Calgary Clippers honored: Wins the SIMBL UL Player of the Week Award.  

CF Kendrick Templeton of the Hawaii Pineapples honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Sunday, August 24th, 2031

New York Enforcers: Eric Fisher hits for the CYCLE, going 4-4 against the Hawaii Pineapples, with 5 RBI and 3 runs scored.  

Calgary Clippers: Colt McAlister launches his 500th career home run!  

Saturday, August 23rd, 2031

Whitby Battalion: Keith Patterson pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Hollywood Stars with 8 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!  

Thursday, August 21st, 2031

Chicago Hitmen: Julio Carmona sets the SL regular season game record for triples with 3.  

Monday, August 18th, 2031

Calgary Clippers: Hayden James pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Deer Lake Direwolves with 9 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!

2031 SIM 20 MAJOR INJURIES:

Friday, August 22nd, 2031

Whitby Battalion: C Lawrence Moore was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.

Hawaii Pineapples: MR Patrick Thomas was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: ruptured tricep tendon. He's expected to miss about 5-6 months.

Monday, August 18th, 2031

Sacramento Giants: 1B Gabriel Hernandez was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.

2031 SIM 20 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Friday, August 22nd, 2031

Deer Lake Direwolves: Signed RF Vern Morgan to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $2,200,000.

 
CLIPPERS' JACKSON & SILVERBACKS' HIKARU NAMED 2031 SIM 19 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

CLIPPERS' JACKSON & SILVERBACKS' HIKARU NAMED 2031 SIM 19 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Tampa Bay SS Pablo Young Drives In 8 Runs Against Hollywood; Chicago Ace Joe Tarnowsky Out For Season With Elbow Chips

At the age of 27, Tad Jackson might have some potential he hasn't realized yet -- if his success at the plate last week is any indication. The Calgary second baseman put up some exceptional numbers the past seven days with a .520 batting average. For his efforts Jackson collected the Union League Player of the Week Award.

He racked up 13 hits in 25 at-bats, 3 home runs and 7 RBIs last week in 6 games.

This season Jackson has hit at a .311 clip with 41 RBIs, 11 home runs and 59 runs scored. He has played in 80 games.

Akiro Hikaru has the tools to stick in this league for many years. The 23-year-old center fielder of the Tampa Bay Silverbacks had a pretty hot bat in the Syndicate League over the past seven days and won the Player of the Week honors.

Hikaru batted .517 with 15 hits in 29 at-bats, no home runs and 6 RBIs.

Hikaru is hitting .311 for the season with no home runs, 45 RBIs and 83 runs scored. He has 146 hits in 470 at-bats and played in 116 games.

2031 SIM 19 NEWS:

Monday, August 18th, 2031

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

CF Akiro Hikaru of the Tampa Bay Silverbacks honored: Wins the SIMBL SL Player of the Week Award.  

Saturday, August 16th, 2031

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: Akiro Hikaru goes 5-6 against the Hawaii Pineapples, with 0 RBI and 2 R.  

Thursday, August 14th, 2031

Tampa Bay Silverbacks: Pablo Young drives in 8 runs against the Hollywood Stars, going 3-5 with 1 HR.  

Monday, August 11th, 2031

Rochester Roosters: Dallas LaPorta got suspended 5 games after ejection following a brawl.

Hawaii Pineapples: Emory Sears got suspended 5 games after ejection following a brawl.

2031 SIM 19 MAJOR INJURIES:

Sunday, August 17th, 2031

Chicago Hitmen: SP Joe Tarnowsky was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: surgery to remove bone chips (elbow). He's expected to miss about 4 months.

Saturday, August 16th, 2031

Bend Bandits: Billy O'Neal has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 weeks.

Cleveland Brownies: SS Pepper Jeffries was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: fractured wrist. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.

2031 SIM 19 MAJOR TRANSACTIONS:

Sunday, August 17th, 2031

Boston Revolution: Signed SP Pablo Mendez to a 2-year contract extension worth a total of $2,400,000.  

Saturday, August 16th, 2031

Westbury Cannons: Signed MR Michael Holloway to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $1,120,000.  

Friday, August 15th, 2031

Boston Revolution: Signed CL Armando Gonzalez to a 1-year contract extension worth a total of $710,000.

 
DALLAS' AGUILAR BECOMES SECOND PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY WITH 500 CAREER HOME RUNS
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS
SIMBL FIRST FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS
SIMBL NEW FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS

DALLAS' AGUILAR BECOMES SECOND PLAYER IN SIMBL HISTORY WITH 500 CAREER HOME RUNS

A SIMBL Record Never Thought To Be Ever Broken, SIMBL Hall Of Famer Daryl Ryles' 561 Career Blasts, Now Within Sight

Dallas' five-time UL MVP Tony Aguilar (above) connects and becomes only the second player in SIMBL history to achieve 500 SIMBL career home runs in 2031 SIM 18.  Aguilar had a two home-run day on August 10, 2031 hitting #500 off of Oregon's Ray Mullins in the 7th inning of a 11-6 loss to the Pioneers.  An inning later, 'Troop' hit #501 off of Mullins.  Aguilar joins eight-time SL MVP and SIMBL Hall Of Famer in the 500 Home Run Club.  Ryles' 561 career home runs lead all-time.  Calgary's Colt McAlister (494) and Las Vegas' Carlos Molina (490) stand in line next to make SIMBL history.  Back on July 21, 2028, Aguilar also became the second player in SIMBL history to hit 400 career home runs.

Oregon defeated Dallas today 11-6 and took some of the joy out of Tony Aguilar's 500th career home run.

"I just wanted to get a good swing on the ball all day," Aguilar said. "And I did."

Despite the loss, it was a good game for the 35-year-old Texans left fielder. He had 2 hits, scored 2 runs and had 4 RBI.

The Pioneers manager said, "You could see he was aggressive up there. The worst thing we did was throw him a strike. It probably would have been better if threw the ball outside of the strike zone every time he came to the plate because he seemed like he was in a hurry to get it over with."

Aguilar has chalked up a career batting average of .285 with 2056 hits, 501 homers and 1414 RBIs.

SIMBL ALL-TIME CAREER HOME RUN LEADERS
AS OF THE 8/11/2031 LEAGUE DATE:
SIMBL First File Era 2005-2018
SIMBL New File Era 2019-Current
*- Indicates Current Player
1. 561 Daryl Ryles San Diego 2005-2017
2. 501 Tony Aguilar Hartford/Dallas 2019-2031 *
3. 494 Colt McAlister Calgary 2019-2031 *
4. 490 Carlos Molina Calgary/Hawaii/Las Vegas 2019-2031 *
5. 432 Troy Baca Las Vegas/New York/Deer Lake/Bend/Knoxville 2011-2018, 2024-2031 *
6. 399 Taki Taketo San Diego/Rochester/Knoxville/Hollywood 2019-2031 *
7. 364 Luis Franco Toronto/Brooklyn 2005-2015
8. 363 Matt Kramer Chicago/Bristol 2019-2031 *
9. 361 Glenn Knapp Marin/Birmingham/Ruston/Dalton-Manhattan Beach/Lowell 2005-2018
9. 361 Eddie Bryant Colchester-Boston/Cleveland 2019-2030
10. 359 Ty Brown Oregon 2020-2031 *
11. 354 Toby Gibson Sacramento/Whitby 2019-2031 *
12. 346 Paul Rose Sacramento/Sunnyvale/Dallas/Oregon 2019-2031 *
13. 345 Peyton Michaels Toronto 2019-2031 *
13. 345 Marc Carter Boston-Montreal/Hollywood/Las Vegas/Texas 2019-2030
14. 342 Leonard Williamson Colchester-Boston/Astoria-Seattle 2020-2031 *
15. 340 Julian Winfield Rochester/San Diego/Las Vegas/Tampa Bay 2020-2031 *
16. 324 Chance Bailey Dallas/Sunnyvale/Augusta-Charlotte-Tampa Bay/Knoxville/Las Vegas 2019-2030
17. 322 Mike Chisholm Pensacola-Kitchener 2005-2014
18. 320 Maiku Inejiro Oregon/Marin/Toronto 2005-2015
18. 320 Osvaldo Quijada Texas/Los Angeles/Lowell 2006-2018
19. 319 Eddie Meas Jacksonville/Chicago 2005-2014
20. 311 Peter Turner Chicago 2022-2031 *
21. 310 Richard Cummings Oregon 2006-2018
22. 301 Taitarou Haranobu Oregon/Toronto/Calgary 2005-2017
23. 299 Kory Stone San Diego/Las Vegas/Rochester/Boston/Hollywood 2019-2030
23. 299 Emil Villarreal Toronto/Oregon/Boston/Bristol/Chicago 2005-2017
24. 296 James Randell Brooklyn-Mexico City-Birmingham 2005-2018
25. 294 Adam Wells Calgary 2005-2018
26. 293 Michael Lonewolf Tacoma-Cleveland/Calgary/Toronto 2020-2031 *
27. 291 Zachery Dye New York/Hollywood/Hawaii 2019-2031 *
28. 290 Marlon Evans Bend/Seattle 2019-2030
29. 281 Willie Sullivan Pocatello/Calgary/New York 2005-2015
30. 285 Joe Buchanan Rochester/San Diego/Boston 2022-2031 *
 
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LAST SIM REVIEW
NEXT SIM PREVIEW
2032 SIMBL LIVE DRAFT BOARD

GMOTY KRAUSE SD
UL SOTY MCALISTER CGY
SL SOTY TAYLOR DL
UL HOTY VINCI SEA
SL HOTY ANDERSON LV
UL MROTY DETTY CGY
SL MROTY URBINA TB
UL FOTY DEMARCO SEA
SL FOTY BRYAN SD
UL ROTY HENDERSON CGY
SL ROTY GUILLEN LV

2031 SIMBL CS:
LAS VEGAS 4 DALLAS 0

SIMBL LCS:
DALLAS 4 WHITBY 3
LAS VEGAS 4 TAMPA BAY 2

2031 SIMBL LDS:
WHITBY 4 CALGARY 0
DALLAS 4 SEATTLE 2
TAMPA BAY 4 ROCHESTER 0
LAS VEGAS 4 SAN DIEGO 3

UL EastWLGB
Westbury00-
Bristol00-
Whitby00-
New York00-
UL CentralWLGB
Calgary00-
Dallas00-
Texas00-
Toronto00-
UL WestWLGB
Cleveland00-
Bend00-
Seattle00-
Oregon00-
SL EastWLGB
Boston00-
Rochester00-
Deer Lake00-
Chicago00-
SL CentralWLGB
Asheville00-
Knoxville00-
Tampa Bay00-
Las Vegas00-
SL WestWLGB
Hawaii00-
Hollywood00-
Sacramento00-
San Diego00-
PlayerTm'31 AVG
C. TaylorDL.358
C. McAlisterCGY.317
A. HikaruTB.313
M. RomoWES.307
L. HendrixWES.307
PlayerTm'31 H
C. TaylorDL221
A. HikaruTB207
B. GoodwinASH188
J. ShiASH186
M. FosterCLE183
PlayerTm'31 OBP
C. McAlisterCGY.445
C. TaylorDL.439
A. HikaruTB.398
L. HendrixWES.396
M. SandersROC.388
PlayerTm'31 SLG
C. McAlisterCGY.683
C. TaylorDL.646
A. CrawfordROC.556
H. HendersonCGY.549
R. MarcumHAW.544
PlayerTm'31 OPS
C. McAlisterCGY1.128
C. TaylorDL1.085
A. CrawfordROC.899
H. HendersonCGY.898
C. MolinaLV.893
PlayerTm'31 HR
C. McAlisterCGY55
R. MarcumHAW44
H. HendersonCGY43
C. TaylorDL41
J. GallagherWBY40
PlayerTm'31 RBI
C. McAlisterCGY137
J. WinfieldTB127
A. CrawfordROC121
H. HendersonCGY120
J. LizotteWES119
PlayerTm'31 SB
T. EagenASH84
A. HikaruTB81
J. HayesKNX80
J. DeCaroDAL79
L. HendrixWES73
PlayerTm'31 W
A. AndersonLV24
J. ChapmanCGY21
M. AllenSEA21
B. VinciSEA20
J. DrewWBY20
PlayerTm'31 ERA
K. PattersonWBY2.17
M. CabreraBEN2.29
J. WagnerCHI2.43
A. AndersonLV2.49
B. VinciSEA2.87
PlayerTm'31 WHIP
K. PattersonWBY0.80
A. AndersonLV0.96
M. CabreraBEN0.97
J. WagnerCHI0.98
S. FlynnBRI1.00
PlayerTm'31 QS
A. AndersonLV30
J. WagnerCHI29
D. YoungTOR26
R. MoralesCGY25
B. WoodsBRI25
PlayerTmK
B. VinciSEA284
A. AndersonLV265
T. WilliamsHWD234
H. JamesCGY228
J. CallahanTB220
PlayerTmSV
B. JenkinsBRI47
W. DeMarcoSEA39
D. WilsonTEX37
J. CoburnCGY37
J. BentleyTOR37
PlayerTm'31 HLD
B. OliverASH26
T. MurphyASH24
L. StanleyASH24
D. MillerCLE22
O. DunbarLV22

SIMBL NEW FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS

SIMBL FIRST FILE ERA CAREER LEADERS

SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONS

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

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

2031: LAS VEGAS 4 TAMPA  BAY 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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 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 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 NEW YORK 2028
GM Chris Gattuso

100 LAS VEGAS 2016
GM Carl Hannah

100 AUGUSTA 2008
GM Steph Mabie

90 WIN CLUB

99 WHITBY 2024
GM John Callahan


99 CALGARY 2024
GM Christian DeMarco

99 LAS VEGAS 2013
GM Chip Orton


99 CHICAGO 2012
GM Mike Lynch


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 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 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 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 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

SINGLE SEASON TEAM WINS:
126 SAN DIEGO 2014

SINGLE SEASON TEAM BATTING AVERAGE:
.287 DALTON 2015

SINGLE SEASON TEAM ERA:
2.87 SAN DIEGO 2021

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 SAN DIEGO 2015

SINGLE SEASON TEAM ON BASE PLUS SLUGGING PERCENTAGE:

.821 SAN DIEGO 2015

SINGLE SEASON TEAM HOME RUNS:
247 SAN DIEGO 2015

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
105 LAS VEGAS 2024
106 CHICAGO 2026
106 COLCHESTER 2021
106 BRISTOL 2018
106 SAN DIEGO 2005
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 BOSTON 2020
101 CALGARY 2019
101 OREGON 2019
101 OREGON 2012
101 CALGARY 2009
100 NEW YORK 2028
100 SAN DIEGO 2019
100 LAS VEGAS 2016
100 AUGUSTA 2008
99 WHITBY 2024
99 CALGARY 2024
99 LAS VEGAS 2013
99 CHICAGO 2012
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 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 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 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 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
898 CALGARY 2010
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
864 SUNNYVALE 2019
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 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 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:

.442 ASTORIA 2019
.442 COLCHESTER 2019
.441 CALGARY 2020
.441 CALGARY 2012
.440 CALGARY 2009
.439 SAN DIEGO 2013
.439 OREGON 2010
.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 CALGARY 2023
.434 BRISTOL 2019
.434 CALGARY 2010
.433 BELLE RIVER 2005
.433 JACKSONVILLE 2005
.432 CALGARY 2006
.431 DALLAS 2026
.431 KNOXVILLE 2019
.431 LAS VEGAS 2012
.430 SACRAMENTO 2026
.430 WHITBY 2025
.430 CALGARY 2024
.429 LAS VEGAS 2024

ON BASE PERCENTAGE PLUS SLUGGING PERCENTAGE:

.821 SAN DIEGO 2015
.816 CALGARY 2008
.812 BROOKLYN 2009
.812 SAN DIEGO 2005
.810 SAN DIEGO 2014
.809 SAN DIEGO 2009
.809 SAN DIEGO 2008
.805 SAN DIEGO 2010
.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
.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 CALGARY 2023
.778 CALGARY 2022
.778 DALLAS 2022
.778 BELLE RIVER 2005
.776 NEW YORK 2026
.775 WHITBY 2024
.775 MANHATTAN BEACH 2020
.774 ROCHESTER 2020
.773 OREGON 2010
.772 BRISTOL 2019
.772 MARIN 2011
.771 SUNNYVALE 2019
.771 TORONTO 2019
.770 CALGARY 2015
.770 BROOKLYN 2011
.769 DALLAS 2024
.768 JACKSONVILLE 2005
.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:

247 SAN DIEGO 2015
232 SAN DIEGO 2005
223 CALGARY 2006
219 CALGARY 2011
218 ASTORIA 2019
212 WHITBY 2024
211 SAN DIEGO 2014
211 SAN DIEGO 2010
210 NEW YORK 2025
210 JACKSONVILLE 2005
207 DALLAS 2024
207 SAN DIEGO 2006
206 CALGARY 2007
205 OREGON 2010
204 SAN DIEGO 2013
202 SACRAMENTO 2026
202 SAN DIEGO 2007
201 SAN DIEGO 2008
200 CALGARY 2005
199 CALGARY 2012
199 BROOKLYN 2009
198 OREGON 2020
198 SAN DIEGO 2011
198 CALGARY 2010
197 CALGARY 2024
197 ASTORIA 2021
196 WHITBY 2025
196 CALGARY 2021

EARNED RUN AVERAGE:

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
3.08 OREGON 2014
3.10 CALGARY 2014
3.10 OREGON 2013
3.12 CLEVELAND 2025
3.13 ASHEVILLE 2022
3.18 ASHEVILLE 2025
3.18 BIRMINGHAM 2015
3.21 CLEVELAND 2024
3.21 BRISTOL 2019
3.23 LOS ANGELES 2020
3.24 CHICAGO 2025
3.24 SAN DIEGO 2020
3.26 CLEVELAND 2023
3.27 WHITBY 2022
3.27 TEXAS 2011
3.29 WHITBY 2024
3.30 SAN DIEGO 2012
3.31 LAS VEGAS 2024
3.32 CALGARY 2024
3.32 SAN DIEGO 2019
3.35 SAN DIEGO 2013
3.36 LAS VEGAS 2022
3.38 CALGARY 2025
3.38 SAN DIEGO 2014
3.40 BRISTOL 2014
3.40 SAN DIEGO 2011
3.43 TEXAS 2010
3.43 NEW YORK 2008
3.44 LAS VEGAS 2025
3.45 CHICAGO 2012
3.45 BRISTOL 2007
3.46 HOLLYWOOD 2024
3.46 AUGUSTA 2022
3.46 SAN DIEGO 2015
3.46 TEXAS 2013
3.47 TEXAS 2024
3.47 LAS VEGAS 2023
3.47 POCATELLO 2008
3.47 BRISTOL 2005
3.49 BEND 2022
3.49 BOSTON 2020
3.50 AUGUSTA 2020
3.51 DALTON 2015
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 OREGON 2011
3.53 SAN DIEGO 2009
3.53 AUGUSTA 2006
3.55 SAN DIEGO 2010
3.56 BEND 2023
3.56 ROCHESTER 2023
3.56 DALLAS 2022
3.56 POCATELLO 2014
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 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 BEND 2024
3.61 WHITBY 2023
3.61 CALGARY 2020
3.61 OREGON 2019
3.61 HARTFORD 2019
3.62 BEND 2021
3.63 BOSTON 2023
3.63 LAS VEGAS 2012
3.64 AUGUSTA 2021
3.65 BROOKLYN 2012
3.66 ASTORIA 2021
3.66 BRISTOL 2020
3.66 BIRMINGHAM 2016
3.66 TACOMA 2013
3.67 POCATELLO 2015
3.68 BEND 2025
3.68 KNOXVILLE 2020
3.68 CHICAGO 2015
3.68 LOS ANGELES 2012
3.68 BROOKLYN 2007
3.68 PENSACOLA 2005
3.69 ROCHESTER 2022
3.70 BRISTOL 2025
3.70 ROCHESTER 2024
3.70 KNOXVILLE 2022
3.70 COLCHESTER 2021
3.70 CAROLINA 2007
3.70 PENSACOLA 2006
3.71 WESTBURY 2025
3.71 TEXAS 2022
3.72 LAS VEGAS 2013
3.73 CHICAGO 2014
3.73 ASHEVILLE 2008
3.73 MARIN 2008
3.73 BEND 2005
3.74 HOLLYWOOD 2021
3.75 HOLLYWOOD 2023
3.75 ROCHESTER 2020
3.75 PENSACOLA 2008
3.76 BRISTOL 2011
3.76 NEW YORK 2009
3.77 CAROLINA 2008
3.77 SAN DIEGO 2005
3.78 SAN DIEGO 2023
3.78 ASHEVILLE 2015
3.79 LAS VEGAS 2016
3.79 DALTON 2013
3.79 COLUMBUS 2008
3.79 CLEVELAND 2007
3.79 MARIN 2005
3.80 WHITBY 2025
3.80 LOS ANGELES 2021
3.80 DALTON 2014
3.80 SAN DIEGO 2007
3.81 BRISTOL 2023
3.81 OREGON 2016
3.81 TACOMA 2012
3.81 SAN DIEGO 2008
3.82 HOLLYWOOD 2025
3.82 ROCHESTER 2021
3.82 CAROLINA 2013
3.83 TEXAS 2015
3.83 AUGUSTA 2008
3.84 BROOKLYN 2013
3.85 BRISTOL 2013
3.86 BRISTOL 2022
3.86 DALLAS 2015
3.86 LOS ANGELES 2010
3.87 SAN DIEGO 2024
3.87 KNOXVILLE 2019
3.87 BRISTOL 2012
3.87 TORONTO 2007
3.88 TACOMA 2021
3.89 JACKSONVILLE 2011
3.89 JACKSONVILLE 2010
3.90 CALGARY 2019
3.90 OREGON 2009
3.90 CHICAGO 2011
3.91 TEXAS 2025
3.91 DALLAS 2023
3.91 CHICAGO 2023
3.91 CALGARY 2010
3.91 BOSTON 2021
3.91 BRISTOL 2006
3.92 DEER LAKE 2023
3.92 MANHATTAN BEACH 2020
3.92 SAN DIEGO 2018
3.92 LOS ANGELES 2013
3.93 HAWAII 2025
3.93 CLEVELAND 2022
3.93 BEND 2008
3.94 ASHEVILLE 2016
3.94 BRISTOL 2009
3.94 LAS VEGAS 2021
3.94 TEXAS 2007
3.94 AUGUSTA 2005
3.95 MONTREAL 2022
3.95 BEND 2006
3.96 LAS VEGAS 2015
3.96 LOS ANGELES 2015
3.96 LOS ANGELES 2011
3.96 BROOKLYN 2008
3.97 CHICAGO 2016
3.97 HARTFORD 2012
3.97 OREGON 2007
3.97 BEND 2007
3.97 ATLANTIC CITY 2007
3.97 TACOMA 2005
3.98 SACRAMENTO 2023
3.98 BOSTON 2015
3.98 BRISTOL 2008
3.99 DALLAS 2024
3.99 HARTFORD 2020
3.99 MONTREAL 2005

SIMBL LEAGUE DATE:
4/5/2032
28th Season Of Play
File Updated: 9/22/2014
SIMBL Front Page Updated:
9/22/2014

NEXT SIMBL SIM:
Wednesday September 24, 2014
2032 Opening Day SIM
To 4/12/2032
Mandatory 25-Man Opening Day
Rosters Due Wednesday 6 PM EDT

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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 2031 SIM 26
2031 Regular Season Final

1. CALGARY (1)
2. LAS VEGAS (9)
3. TAMPA BAY (3)
4. WHITBY (5)
5. HAWAII (-)
6. BRISTOL (-)
7. SEATTLE (10)
8. SAN DIEGO (2)
9. HOLLYWOOD (4)
10. CHICAGO (-)

DROPPED OUT:

DEER LAKE
ROCHESTER
DALLAS

SIMBL CHAMPIONS CORNER

2031 SIMBL
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS:

LAS VEGAS 4 DALLAS 0
GM CARL HANNAH

PAST SIMBL CHAMPIONS


SIMBL LIFELINE
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TOP PLAYERS & PITCHERS

1. Colt McAlister 1B Calgary
2. Cody Taylor 1B Deer Lake
3. Joe Gibbs C Sacramento
4. Deryk Ryles 3B Hawaii
5. Brady Underwood LF Deer Lake
6. Julio Carmona RF Chicago
7. Jose Perez RF Texas
8. Manny Foster CF Cleveland
9. Michael Lonewolf LF Toronto
10. Robert Stuart 1B Hawaii

1. Brock Vinci SP Seattle
2. Manuel Cabrera SP Bend
3. Alan Alexander Anderson SP LV
4. Sean O'Neal SP San Diego
5. Kevin Schmidt SP Tampa Bay
6. Francisco Martinez SP Oregon
7. Michael Martin SP San Diego
8. Jimmy Wagner SP Chicago
9. Hayden James SP Calgary
10. Timothy Williams SP Hollywood

TOP MINOR SYSTEMS

1. KNOXVILLE
2. SAN DIEGO
3. HOLLYWOOD
4. CHICAGO
5. SACRAMENTO

TOP SIMBL PROSPECTS

The SIMBL Next Generation

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. Kelly Hoskinson SP San Diego
2. Bill Wischmeyer SP San Diego
3. Marcos Guerrero 1B Knoxville
4. Keegan Bryant LF San Diego
5. Jeremy Myers SP Hollywood
6. Kendry Barbee 2B Hawaii
7. Brett Mester SP Rochester
8. Nathan Brown RF Cleveland
9. Julio Carmona RF Chicago
10. Nicolas Pagano 2B Knoxville

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
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SINGLE SEASON HEROES
NEW FILE ERA SEASON ARCHIVES

REIGNING GM AWARDS WINNERS

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2030

2030

GMOTY DON KRAUSE
SD
UL SOTY
COLT MCALISTER
CGY
SL SOTY CODY TAYLOR
DL
UL HOTY BROCK VINCI
SEA
SL HOTY ALAN A. ANDERSON *
LV
UL MROTY
BOB DETTY
CGY
SL MROTY FELIX URBINA
TB
UL FOTY WILLIE R. DEMARCO
SEA
SL FOTY CHAD BRYAN
SD
UL ROTY HUE HENDERSON
CGY
SL ROTY
BERNARDO GUILLEN
LV

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 17-10

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

2031

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2030

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
STEVEN DAWSON
DAL
1B MARQUES SANTANA
CLE
2B
LADAMIAN HENDRIX
WES
SS BRADLEY MESLEY
TEX
3B
WALLY COMBEST
BEN
OF MANNY FOSTER
CLE
OF CARLOS ROSA *
CGY
OF
STANFORD TANNER
ORE
P MICHAEL KILBANE
TEX

SYNDICATE LEAGUE

C JORGE BATISTA
TB
1B ROGER MARCUM
HAW
2B BILL WILHELM
HWD
SS FRANCISCO SANTOS
CHI
3B
LOGAN RAYNES
DL
OF MARK RYBYCKI
ASH
OF
BRADY UNDERWOOD
DL
OF AARON SMILEY
CHI
P ALBERT HAYES *
ASH

.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

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 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 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

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

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

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)


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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:

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:

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

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:

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

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
.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 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 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 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 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 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
57 Carlos Molina CGY '24
61 Daryl Ryles SD '11
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 Tony Aguilar DAL '28
125 James Randell BKN '09
125 Mike Chisholm PEN '07

ON BASE PERCENTAGE

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Listed In OBP

.501 Joel Fusco LHV '18
.478 Matt Shaner BRI '07
.475 Robinson O'Neil SNY '19
.473 Daryl Ryles SD '08
.472 Miguel Muniz BOS '18
.469 Daryl Ryles SD '11
.468 Daryl Ryles SD '12
.466 Daryl Ryles SD '07
.463 Pruden Quintana CAR '18
.463 Daryl Ryles SD '09
.463 Daryl Ryles SD '05
.462 Matt Shaner BRI ‘06
.460 Andrew Kissel BOS '18
.459 Robinson O'Neil WBY '22
.459 Glenn Lathem EDM '05
.456 Aaron Rasch SD '18
.455 Ramon Reyes AUG '19
.450 Aaron Rasch SD '16
.446 Colt McAlister CGY '19
.446 Comet Varae RUS '16
.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 Juan Chaidez DLS '18
.443 Daryl Ryles SD '13
.443 Daryl Ryles SD '10
.442 Glenn Knapp MAR '11
.442 Daniel Walker POC '10
.440 Joseph Ramirez DLS '16
.440 Wilfredo Mariscal LV '16
.440 Matt Shaner POR '09
.440 Daniel Walker POC '09
.439 Mel Coronado CHI '07

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Listed In SLG

.773 Daryl Ryles SD '08
.727 Daryl Ryles SD '11
.701 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
.674 Daryl Ryles SD '09
.662 Daryl Ryles SD '07
.660 Aaron Rasch SD '17
.660 John Athey BEL '05
.648 Daryl Ryles SD '14
.647 Carlos Molina CGY '24
.647 Peyton Michaels TOR '19
.634 Daryl Ryles SD '05
.633 Aaron Rasch SD '16
.630 Daryl Ryles SD '12
.622 Chris Cota CGY '18
.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 Mike Chisholm PEN '09
.616 John Athey BEL ‘06
.615 Ray Barrot LV '12
.614 Eddie Meas JAX ‘06
.613 Miguel Muniz BOS '18
.608 Daryl Ryles SD '06
.607 Julian Winfield ROC '21
.606 Jose Arenas LA '17
.606 Maiku Inejiro ORE '07
.605 Carlos Molina CGY '20

ON BASE PLUS SLUGGING

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Listed In OPS

1.240 Daryl Ryles SD '08
1.196 Daryl Ryles SD '11
1.136 Daryl Ryles SD '09
1.131 Aaron Rasch SD '17
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
1.091 Joel Fusco LHV '18
1.085 Miguel Muniz BOS '18
1.083 Henry Cheesman CHI '17
1.083 Aaron Rasch SD '16
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 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
1.032 Elmer Fikes LHV '17
1.028 Chris Cota CGY '18
1.026 Frank Marzano SAC '17
1.026 Glenn Knapp MAR '11
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
1.004 Johnathan Lizotte TOR '18
1.003 Andrew Kissel BOS '18
1.002 Jose Arenas LA '17
1.000 Dustin Powers HFD '20

RUNS SCORED

2016-2018 Steroid Era Seasons Listed In Runs

179 Israel Moton SD '17
168 Theodore Robertson '18
168 Aaron Rasch SD '17
155 Comet Verae RUS '17
153 Daryl Ryles SD '08
151 Aaron Rasch SD '16
150 Dan Fuentes BEN '18
150 Daryl Ryles SD '11
149 Pablo Figueroa SD '17
148 Johnathan Lizotte TOR '18
148 Lucas Espitia SD '08
147 Elmer Fikes LHV '18
147 Raphael Herrera ORE '17
145 Tony Aguilar DAL '24
145 Dan Fuentes BEN '17
145 Daryl Ryles SD '10
144 Thomas Gordon SAC '18
144 Joseph Zeno BRI '18
141 Cesar Castillo TOR '19
140 Chris Cota CGY '18
139 Benjamin Rodrigez BEN '17
139 Daryl Ryles SD '09
138 Robinson O'Neil SNY '19
138 Joel Fusco LHV '18
138 Walker McElfresh CGY '12
138 Willard Gilmore CGY '08
138 Lucas Espitia SD '06
137 Jose Espinosa RUS '18
136 Bill Ruel HFD '18
136 Jan Springer ASH '18
136 Barry Grady BRI '17
136 Barry Grady BRI '17
136 Benjamin Rodrigez BEN '16
135 Comet Verae RUS '18
135 Lucas Espitia SD '11
134 Colt McAlister CGY '20
134 Joe Hayes KNX '25
134 Ray Barrot CGY '18
134 Walker McElfresh CGY '13
134 Hayden Bandy SD '06
134 Hayden Bandy SD '05
133 George Rubino TOR '18
133 Jose Espinosa RUS '16
133 Raphael Herrera ORE '16
133 Lucas Espitia SD '14
132 Barry Grady BRI '18
132 Chris Cota CAR '17
132 Daryl Ryles SD '14
131 Tony Aguilar DAL '26
131 Hugo Latta CGY '18
131 Aaron Rasch SD '18
131 Matthew Shaner POR '10
131 Daryl Ryles SD '05
130 Harold Bates MAN '18
130 Harry Brune BRI '18
130 Randall Kimberly BOS '17
130 James Mahaffey MAR '11
130 Glenn Knapp MAR '10
129 Jose Ibanez SD '18
129 Lucas Espitia NO '18
129 Vaughn Hong BRI '18
129 Jose Arenas LA '17
129 Colt McAlister CGY '19
129 Juan Chaidez DLS '16
129 Dan Fuentes BEN '16
129 Lucas Espitia SD '13
129 Lucas Espitia SD '09
128 Sean Turner BOS '20
128 Andrew Rivera SAC '18
128 Michael Caldwell COL '19
128 Elmer Fikes LHV '17
128 Kane Jiro DAL '13
128 Walker McElfresh CGY '11
128 Bill Coldiron BEN '09
128 Lucas Espitia SD '05
127 R.J. Poole CHI '18
127 Ricky Thompson TOR '19
127 Bill Bonar ORE '17
127 Michael Hussey SD '17
127 James Mahaffey POC '10
126 Justin Honaker CGY '18
126 Richard Prange DLS '18
126 Troy Baca LV '13
126 Eddie Meas CHI '11
126 Hayden Bandy SD '07
125 Kato Batajungi TOR '18
125 Hernan Colombo BOS '18
126 Tony Aguilar DAL '21
126 Eddie Meas JAX '05
125 Sean Turner BOS '21
125 Kelvin Peterson CAR '17
125 Richard Prange DLS '17
125 Joseph Ramirez DLS '17
125 Theodore Robertson TOR '17
125 Jeffrey Donmoyer RUS '16
125 Joseph Ramirez DLS '16
125 Hayden Bandy SD '09
125 Daniel Walker CGY '08
124 Colt McAlister CGY '23
124 Ray Gardner LOW '18
124 Leo Oleson DLS '16
124 Daryl Ryles SD '13
124 Ray Barrot LV '12
124 Hayden Bandy SD '10
124 James Randell BKN '09
123 Colt McAlister CGY '24
123 Matthew Brown CGY '23
123 Matthew Brown CGY '21
123 Matthew Brown CGY '20
123 Jaime Gonzalez TEX '18
123 Ray Barrot CGY '17
123 Bill Bonar ORE '16
123 Walker McElfresh CGY '16
123 Comet Varae RUS '16
123 Anderson Penning BEL '05
122 Jules Jurrey BEN '19
122 Bill Bonar LA '18
122 Frank Marzano SAC '18
122 Kevin Yuko CGY '17
122 Justin Honaker CGY '17
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 Pedro Coria CGY '18
121 Ramon Ortiz ORE '18
121 Lucas Espitia SD '17
121 R.J. Poole CHI '17
121 Edgar Price CHI '17
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 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
151 Juan Chaidez DLS '17
150 Colt McAlister CGY '19
149 Jose Espinosa RUS '16
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 Glenn Lathem EDM '05
131 Elmer Fikes LHV '18
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 Joel Fusco LHV '18
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 '22
124 Eddie Meas CHI '11
123 Walker McElfresh CGY '13
123 Walker McElfresh CGY '11
123 Daryl Ryles SD '07
122 Juan Chaidez DLS '16
121 DeShaun Mack SD '24
121 Joel Fusco LHV '17
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 '27
0.92 Craig Byrd CHI '25
0.91 Vinny Corleone KNX '19
0.91 Walter Lopez BEN '08
0.93 Alberto Tovar SD '22
0.93 James Sousa LA '10
0.93 Pedro Ramirez ORE '10
0.94 Vinny Corleone CGY '22
0.94 Marcus Dinges BKN '09
0.95 Richard Dicks Jr. CLE '26
0.95 Richard Dicks Jr. TEX '21
0.95 Richard Dicks MAR '09
0.96 Stan Pennington ROC '27
0.96 Alberto Tovar SD '21
0.96 Anibal Vargo Jr. HFD '19
0.96 Pedro Ramirez ORE '14
0.96 Deangelo Ceja TAC '14
0.96 Justin Bushman TAC '14
0.96 Anthony Puffer LV '13
0.96 Pedro Ramirez ORE '12
0.96 James Sousa LA '11
0.97 Marcus Dinges BKN '13
0.97 Bobby Grimes SD '10
0.97 Roland Clark AUG ‘06
0.97 Michael Arnett ATC '05
0.98 Oki Okada CHI '26
0.98 Bobby Grimes SD '22
0.98 Angel Rodriquez ORE '13
0.98 Rusty Hobbs AUG '20
0.98 Deangelo Ceja TAC '13
0.98 Richard Dicks MAR '08
0.98 William Cimino ASH '07
0.99 Antonio Santana BEN '25
0.99 Bobby Grimes SD '21
0.99 Kelly Holbrook R

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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