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Old 07-29-2017, 10:16 AM   #21
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June 1, 2001

Well it's been a good stretch for the Titans- we are surprisingly 29-26, good for fourth place in the West. However, we are 13 games behind the Crestmont Bobcats, who are an incredible 42-13 so far. Kerry Hammond continues to hit well (.306/11/45) and Scott Moon is doing a good job out of the leadoff spot (.295 average, 30 runs scored). We lost starter Gus Garza for the season as well- with the whole back end of the rotation out, we turned to minor league free agent Merrick Jalland, a 30-year-old Gwaelen native who's spent his career to date in the GPL.

We drafted 19-year-old outfielder Chris Roberts with the #6 overall pick in the draft. Roberts is fast and has good power- but may be a bit of a tweener and doesn't do any one thing well enough. Our second pick was pitcher Jessie Puls, who we actually had also drafted in 2000 but did not sign.
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July 1, 2001

Another decent month leaves us at 43-39... I'd say that we are achieving our owner's goal of not completely sucking. Chris McCourt has been hit hard by injuries this year- two concussions, a separated shoulder, and a strained ribcage. As I look through his injury history, he's actually had 13 concussions in his career! That can't be good... I think Wonderwood gave us damaged goods last year.

Kerry Hammond and Scott Moon continue to play well. Eric Boyle has put together a nice year as our shortstop, .288 with 11 home runs, but wants $8M/year for three years, which may be too much to pay... The rotation has been good, with T.J. Shankman and Dermott Medforth both pitching well. Merrick Jalland and Isiah Ibeh both have an ERA under 3 in limited time in the rotation, and Bruce Freiwald has a 1.76 ERA as the closer, though also has a 13/13 K/BB ratio.

The international signing market is a little thin this year- I offered $2.5M to 16-year-old Galea native Justin McCullough, who projects as a decent first baseman.

As there's no chance we'll make the postseason, I'll look to unload assets as we approach the August 31 trade deadline, including Boyle and Marquis Narcisse. McCourt is probably still untraceable...

In the meantime, the Crestmont Bobcats remain in first place with a 57-25 record. Their left fielder Josh "Scandal" Johnston is threatening the single-season home run record of 61, with 35 after the first three months of the season... Johnston, a three-time Player of the Year, actually started his career as more of a speed and defense player, and even at 35 has stolen 23 bases without being caught in the last two seasons!
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August 1, 2001

Well the Titans went kablooie in July, going 6-20 to fall to 49-59 overall. No Wal players made the all-star game... The rotation suffered more injuries, with Dermott Medforth going out for the season with a torn UCL, and Merrick Jalland will miss two months with a strained forearm. Kerry Hammond hit .212 for the month, Eric Boyle .128. It was a bad month.

I ended up not signing international prospect Justin McCullough, who ended up going to the Crestmont Bobcats for the maximum $5M.

We'll continue to shop our players as the trade deadline approaches. T.J. Shankman is probably our most valuable commodity, and as of now probably the best thing we can get for him is a young fourth outfielder. Interestingly, Crestmont is offering Josh Johnston (who now has 38 home runs) for him, but Johnston will be a free agent after the season.

Around the league, Adamond's Chris Milner has taken over the home run lead from Johnston. The Bobcats are now 74-34; they'll likely fall short of the record of 118 wins in a season, by Adamond in 1987.
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September 1, 2001

We went 16-12 in August, and are now 65-71 overall. After much deliberation, we traded T.J. Shankman to the first-place Crestmont Bobcats. The 36-year-old Shankman ("Hippo" to his friends) was 9-10 with a 3.42 ERA on the season, and I thought it was likely he would decline his player option in the offseason. The return was 26-year-old fireballer Matt Rebollar, a reliever with three years of team control remaining. Rebollar has a 3.16 ERA in 51 1/3 innings on the season.

We have a few pending free agents, including infielders Eric Boyle and Marquis Narcisse, both of whom are asking too much for extensions right now. Narcisse has put together a really good season (3.8 WAR) for a cool $1 million. Additionally, outfielders Jason Totty and Scott Moon and pitcher Ben Moore are possible non-tender candidates.

Kerry Hammond rebounded from a rough July and is now hitting .283 with 19 home runs and 87 RBI.

The Bobcats have dropped five in a row but are well out in front in the TBL West with a 90-46 record. The Timberton Dragons lead the East by one game with a month to go. The Bruins' Chris Milner, last year's Rookie of the Year, now has 50 home runs and an outside chance at the record.
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September 29, 2001

Another 6-20 month left us in last place in the TBL West at 71-91. Unsurprisingly, Kerry Hammond led the team with 4.9 WAR. Outside of Marquis Narcisse, the rest of the team was pretty miserable, with our first basemen (George Glaser and Kevin Chamberlain) particularly atrocious. The pitching was slightly less bed, but no one really stood out in the group. Better times should be on the horizon...
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brief pause

Having a weird problem with the league where it hangs up and doesn't proceed when the playoffs are about to end... I'm going to post a bug report and hope for the best, but worst case scenario I'll just run the first season of the league again.
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October 25, 2001

Hat tip to Matt Arnold- who fixed the problem with my league in speedy fashion!

The Crestmont Bruins went 11-15 down the stretch to finish 101-61- and a 23-win month by the Adamond Bruins left them tied with the same record as the teams headed to the Terra Championship Series. Bruins ace Chris "Boxy" Mosher threw a no-hitter in the opening game, and the Bruins went on to win the series in six games for their fourth championship, and second in three years.

The Bruins' other Chris M (Milner) won the Player of the Year award, nearly winning the triple crown with a .338 average, 55 home runs, and 163 RBI. The Bobcats' Josh Johnston ended up hitting 56 homers.

Wonderwood's Cremente Hoppfer won the Pitcher of the Year, going 17-9 with a 3.20 ERA.

Reinaart Nagelkerke continues to move up the all-time leaderboards with 46 home runs, giving him 439 at age 32.

Nick Gigliotti, who had signed with Silverley for two years at $13.6M/year, ruptured his Achilles early in the year and hit .268 with 5 home runs. Twinkletoes de Waart was released by Stephens midway through the season after posting a 4.62 ERA.
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2001-2 offseason

A few new coaches join the ranks- Rich Thomson, longtime manager of the Ziongate Fury in the GPL, takes over as bench coach, and Mike Coghlin also makes the move from the GPL as our new hitting coach.

I extended Kerry Hammond for six years at $7M/year. Hammond, coming off a season in which he hit .278 with 23 home runs and played solid defense in center field, was entering his first year of arbitration, and is now signed through his age-31 season.

I traded Jason Totty to the Silverley Mustangs for 23-year-old Antonio Iglesias. The young left-hander was a first-round pick by the Shijiao Galaxy in the GPL, and played three seasons for the Galaxy before coming over to the Mustangs last year; he spent most of 2001 in the minor leagues. If his change-up develops more, he could find himself in the rotation next year.

Marquise Narcisse and Merrick Jalland were allowed to leave as free agents. We signed starting pitcher Isak Drejer, a Sorenheim native who was 18-9 with a 2.57 ERA two years ago for the GPL's Ravensworth Rangers before missing nearly all of last season to injury, for one year, $1.7M. Infielder Calum Mackay also came over from the GPL for one year, $2.7M. The biggest-ticket item was Israel Sanchez, a 34-year-old veteran who's hit .300 or better the last six years. Sanchez is in decline, but for two years at $8M/year, I'm hoping he'll be able to give us two passable years at first base or DH.
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April 1, 2002

We head into the regular season with a relatively healthy team. Dermott Medforth is still recovering from a torn UCL, but should be back soon, and the pitching staff is actually pretty deep, with Joel Ader, Ian Mohr, Andy MacDonald and Jared Mears all finding themselves at Class V Iron Hills even after contributing to the Titans last year. Top prospects Chris Arguello and Justin Ard both made the opening day lineup, with new acquisition Israel Sanchez backing up in the outfield and at first base.

We are projected an even 81-81. Similarly, John O'Rourke Jr. thinks we should finish close to an even record.

Incredibly, we now have 7 of the top 15 prospects in the TBL, including the top 2:

#1- Chris Arguello, up from #3 last year. The 23-year-old played well at Class III Trout Lake, and projects to get on base, hit for power, and play good defense in the infield. He'll start at third base for us.

#2- Tane Kunane, up from #10 last year. Kunane didn't have great results at Class IV or V last year, but his 98 MPH heater landed the 24-year-old the fifth spot in the rotation.

#6- Justin Ard. A 6th-round pick in 1997, the 24-year-old Ard tore up Class III Trout Lake last year and just continued to hit at Class IV Zephyrton. His defense might not play, but he's got great power and rarely strikes out. He'll start in right field but might be better suited to DH.

#7- Bryan Whitcher. The 26-year-old lefty pitched well at Zephyrton last year, but needs to harness his control if he's going to make a difference in the TBL.

#11- Sam Cooke.
#13- Greg Reck.
#15- Sean Heideman. All three of them have been rated in the top 50 previously, and all three have a chance to end up in the rotation down the road. It remains a pretty stunning collection of pitching prospects.
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May 1, 2002

Well, a lot of things went wrong for the Titans in April. We were no-hit by Jaylen Turentine, a 35-year-old veteran with an 85-MPH fastball. Starter Austin "Entertainer" Schuh mouthed off to a fan after a loss. Dermott Medforth struck out one batter and walked another in a rehab start before walking off the mound with ANOTHER torn UCL- he'll be out until the middle of next year. Erstwhile staff ace Ben Moore tore his rotator cuff and will miss the season- that will likely end his Titans career. And $22M-man Chris McCourt broke his tibia and will miss six weeks.

That's the bad news. The good news was that Chris Arguello won the Rookie of the Month award. Isiah Ibeh has a 1.34 ERA. Kerry Hammond is hitting .295 with four homers. And we ended up with a 14-13 record, just four games back in the TBL West.
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Injuries hit the Titans hard in May. In the span of two days, we lost pitchers Isak Drejer and Jared "Gigolo" Mears and left fielder Scott Moon for the season. Israel Sanchez also suffered an injury, and with Chris McCourt still on the shelf, our team is very thin in the outfield.

We're now 26-29 overall. Kerry Hammond continues to carry our team and is hitting .326 with 10 home runs. We signed catcher Rob Bowker to a league minimum contract and he's played well so far. Austin Schuh had another run-in with the fans- he may be trade bait if he can't turn his attitude around.

We drafted high school pitcher Jarrod Thompson #3 overall in the draft. While we have a glut of pitching prospects, the left-handed Thompson's four-pitch mix was too good to pass up. Reliever Mario Delgado was our second round pick.
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July 1, 2002

A good month, 16-11, leaving us at 42-40 midway through the season. Kerry Hammond continues to lead the offense, hitting .301 with 13 home runs. George Glaser is having a surprisingly decent year at first base, .276 with 10 home runs. Isiah Ibeh has been our best pitcher (8-5, 2.89) but is on the shelf with elbow soreness. Matt Miller, who took over the closer role this year, has 22 saves with a 2.89 ERA.

We're 12 games behind the Stephens Rattlers, so probably won't be making the postseason. Unlikely we could get anything for Chris McCourt's $22M expiring salary, but you never know.

We placed a $4M offer for international amateur free agent Remon van Barneveld of Skaaren. The young left-hander doesn't throw hard, but has a six-pitch mix that could play well in a future rotation.
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August 1, 2002

We finished the month 55-53, fifth place in the West. Kerry Hammond (.292/21/55) and reliever Bruce Freiwald (4-1, 1.80) made the all-star team. Chris Arguello has had a decent rookie year- .267 with 7 home runs.

We were able to pick up van Barneveld as planned. No other major moves this month. Infielder Calum Mackay and outfielder Israel Sanchez are potential trade bait prior to the deadline at the end of the month.

Both pennant races are close, with Adamond out in front in the East and Stephens in the West.
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September 1, 2002

We enter the last month of the season 67-69. While we've hung around .500 the whole year, this time we've avoided the disastrous months we experienced in 2001. Kerry Hammond (.300/28/70) leads the club in all three triple crown categories and is now tied for the WAR league lead with 6.9. George Glaser has come along nicely, with a .280 average and 20 homers. Antonio Iglesias has been a pleasant surprise at the back of the rotation, 7-2 with a 2.45 ERA.

I traded all-star reliever Bruce Freiwald to the Sidney City Scorpions for outfielder Terrell Samuda. Freiwald had a 1.73 ERA on the season and was scheduled to enter his second season of arbitration. Samuda, a 27-year-old left-handed batter, was a first-round pick who never quite put it together. He also has two more years of arbitration; he'll play left field for us for now, but I'll give him some reps at first base next year as well.

Chris Milner (.341/40/121) has a good shot at the triple crown with the East-leading Adamond Bruins. I just realized this, but he actually set the league record for RBI last season with 163... with this being just his third season, he has a chance to put a serious dent in the record books. Crestmont has pulled ahead in the West.
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September 30, 2002

We finished the season 76-86, fifth place in the TBL West- progress! Kerry Hammond really put together a terrific season (.304/35/86) and should be second or third in the Player of the Year voting. George Glaser proved to be our second-best offensive player, a nice improvement over his rookie season. Outfielders Chris McCourt, Scott Moon, and Israel Sanchez all played well enough but their time was limited by injuries. Even Terrell Samuda could only play eight games before his season was ended by a broken hand. Top prospect Chris Arguello was OK in his rookie season, though Justin Ard struggled.

On the pitching side, Isiah Ibeh put together the best season, though his upside is much lower than some of our other starters. Rookie Tane Kunane had a really rough rookie season- 8.15 ERA!!! Closer Mark Miller struggled down the stretch but finished with 37 saves.
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October 23, 2002

Stephens won the Terra Championship Series over Adamond in six games. The Rattlers had to go to a 163rd game to overtake the Crestmont Bobcats. Stephens was led by Player of the Year Matthew Kerrigan, who hit .308 with 41 home runs and 114 RBI. Kerrigan has had an unconventional career- he was drafted in the first round by the Marsh Heroes as a pitcher, then was traded to Stephens; a year later the Rattlers converted him to a center fielder and the five-time all-star has never looked back. Adamond's Chris Milner slumped to a .321 average in the season's last month and missed out on the triple crown as a result. Zelcek native Premysl Cesal of Sidney City won the Pitcher of the Year award, going just 15-15 but with a 2.80 ERA.
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offseason 2002-3

Bill Cerda retired, so we have a new manager- Joel Schirmacher. The 57-year-old managed the Lenaway Storm the last two seasons, leading them to a 94-68 record last year. He's a personable guy, and I think our young players should develop well with him. Additionally, we have a new scouting director, Chris Roberts, who comes very highly rated.

The big prize this offseason was Player of the Year Matthew "Pokey" Kerrigan, who agreed to a four-year deal worth $15M/year plus a team option at the same value. Kerrigan, 28, will play center field for us, shifting Kerry Hammond to right field. The left-handed hitter will likely bat third in the lineup, with Hammond hitting cleanup. It was nice to be able to swim in the deep end of the pool for once. Our other new free agent signing was shortstop Wu Jiang, a Kungang native who jumped from the GPL for $2M. We also brought back catcher Rob Bowker for one more year at $3M.

To fill out our catching depth further, I traded pitcher Joel Ader to Wonderwood for Bozidar Vidensky, a good defender who was a passable backup for the Monarchs last year.

Kerrigan played for the World team in the Spira Cup- he was a reserve (!) and was just 0 for 7. Hammond, to my frustration, fell off the stage at an awards ceremony the day before spring training starts and will miss two months.
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April 1, 2003

We continue to churn out some great talent and remain the #1 farm system. This year we have:

#2 Sean Heidemann. The 1999 #1 overall pick, now 22, will start at Class V Iron Hills, but is likely to make his TBL debut this year.

#5 Sam Cooke. Pitched out of the bullpen a bit for the Titans last year, will also start the year at Iron Hills.

#7 Greg Reck. Now 24, he suffered an elbow strain in spring training and will start on the 60-day DL.

#10 Quince Hays. A new addition to this list, Hays was a third-round pick in 2001 who at 21 has advanced to Class III Trout Lake- but his weak arm will likely keep him at second base.

#13 Jessie Puls. The 2001 second-rounder will also start at Trout Lake.

#14 Ron Closser. A 24-year-old outfielder, Closser hit an incredible 47 home runs in the minor leagues last year. He made the opening-day roster, but his lack of range limits him to the outfielder corners. Closser was a 16th-round pick in 2000.

#17 Josh Vitalis. "Twinkletoes" was a seventh-round pick in 1998- a starting pitcher, the 23-year-old will begin the year at Iron Hills.

#29 Jonatan Moss. Drafted in the first round by the Bryant Warriors in 1999, Moss came over to the Titans in a trade later that year for pitcher Dermott Weighell. The first baseman may displace George Glaser on the roster this year.

In addition to Kerry Hammond, Chris Arguello and Scott Moon suffered injuries that will keep them off the field at the start of the season. Nonetheless, we're looking good this season. John O'Rourke Jr. expects .500 ball, but the BNN predicts we'll finish 87-75. Our offense should actually be a strength this year.
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May 1, 2003

Well this was a crappy month all around. We finished April 11-16, last place in the TBL West, after dropping the last five games of the month. What's made us so crappy? In a word, pitching. Staff ace Isiah Ibeh suffered a strained oblique and missed the end of the month. Gus Garza was 0-5 with a 5.51 ERA. Austin "Entertainer" Schuh was 1-4 with a 4.75 ERA. Then on the offensive side, rookie Rob Closser is hitting .148, and second-year DH Justin Ard .167.

To cap things off, I released Israel Sanchez, whose ratings had cratered after last year's injuries. Sanchez ended up hitting .264 with 11 home runs over 63 games last year, for a total of $16M.

But help is on the way- Kerry Hammond and Scott Moon return in the next few weeks. Stephens has started 21-6, so with a ten-game head start, they'll be tough to catch this year.
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June 1, 2003

A better month- we are now 27-28 overall. Ron Closser was the Rookie of the Month, hitting .297 with five home runs. Matthew Kerrigan had a fantastic month as well, .384 with six homers and 27 RBI. Terrell Samuda has been a solid presence at the top of the lineup with a .400 OBP. Aaron Maewether, our third closer in three seasons, has 13 saves and a 2.49 ERA.

Scott Moon has returned to the outfielder, and Kerry Hammond did briefly before succumbing to another injury, a strained PCL. Dermott Medforth- remember him?- should return in the next month, but his control has eroded such that we'll likely just have to release him or leave him in Iron Hills when he's done rehabbing. Meanwhile, we'll likely release Isak Drejer, who has a 7.09 ERA in 33 innings this season.

We drafted high school outfielder Joe Meek with our first pick at #7 overall. Meek, a left-handed hitter, profiles as having a good hit tool, but probably won't amount to much on defense. Second-round pick Chris Brown looks to develop into a solid starting pitcher but is asking for a boatload of cash (>$5.5M) to sign.
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