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Old 09-07-2017, 10:18 AM   #121
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June 1, 2011

We continue our extremely strong start with a 17-11 month, even with a six-game losing streak near the end of May. We are now 39-16 overall, though our lead over Patrick is just one game. Chris Arguello is up to 26 home runs and 69 RBI after just two months! Erik Badinger had a 25-game hitting streak. Mike Beavers is doing what we're paying him for, hitting .319 with six homers. Sindre Albrektsen is now 7-1 with a 2.91 ERA, and Sean Heideman is back in the rotation and is 4-0, 3.11.

While we're playing incredible baseball at the big-league level, the minor leagues are looking pretty bad... Class V Iron Hills is 14-39 and Class IV Zephyrton is 18-35. In the draft, we selected pitchers with our first two picks. The top pick was Josh Zorn, a 22-year-old who should be able to step into the rotation in the next few years. The second pick, Matt Bunn, is a high schooler and farther away but probably has more upside.
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At 53-29 we remain in first place, albeit tied with the Crestmont Bobcats. Patrick is three games behind. The Bobcats were a powerhouse around the turn of the century, winning two consecutive championships and 100 games four times in six years, and the finished in second place last year with 93 wins.

The big story this month was Sindre Albrektsen throwing a no-hitter- the fifth in Titans history. He struck out eight and walked three against Uniontown. It was a rough month for the Aces, as Sidney City's Dave Luebke also threw a perfect game against them just ten days earlier.

Chris Arguello is now up to 37 home runs and 94 RBI at the midpoint of the season. The records are 61 (Nelson Benitez, 1958) and 163 (Chris Milner, 2001), so both within reach with a good second half. While Arguello has been great throughout his career, he's never been *this* great, so we'll see if he can keep it up.

While Mike Beavers and Ron Closser make for a potent middle of the lineup, a few role players have also helped the Titans put together the best offense in baseball. Erik Badinger, Mike Whitlock, and rookie Armando Lora are all hitting over .300. All the hitting is helping to overcome the worst bullpen ERA in the TBL.

I have my eye on 17-year-old pitcher Ryan "Fivespot" Rainbird, an international free agent from Gwaelen. Rainbird is asking for $4.4M so won't come cheap, but could be an ace if he puts it all together.
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After a 15-11 month we remain atop the TBL West with a 68-40 record. Patrick is right there with us at the same record, and Crestmont is just a game behind. Unfortunately, Chris Arguello strained an abdominal muscle and was limited to pinch-hitting duties for a week, and he only added one home run and 8 RBI on the month. He, Mike Beavers, Ron Closser, and Mike Whitlock were not surprises on the all-star team, but we did have a couple of peculiar selections: Isiah Ibeh, who of course pitched only 45 innings for us before going out for the season, and Eric McAuliffe, a 37-year-old journeyman I picked up as a minor league free agent and has hit 21 home runs for us.

Erik Badinger, who should have been an all-star with a .350 average and 4.3 WAR, will miss a total of six weeks with a strained triceps, and Closser will miss a month with a herniated disc. We are really struggling to find anyone who is vaguely major league quality, given all the injuries, and I traded catching prospect Jose Ramos to Adamond for 25-year-old outfielder Chad Dunnavant, a solid defender who can hit OK. Also, I was able to sign Ryan Rainbird for $5M.
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Rough month for us as despite a 81-55 record, we've fallen five games behind Patrick and three games behind Crestmont. It didn't help that we lost all nine games against those clubs in August. Chris Arguello has fallen well off the pace for the all-time home run and RBI crowns, with 39 and 122 respectively. But the offense remains the best in baseball, with Mike Beavers (.314/24/82) and another minor league free agent Kamari Faggins (.304/12/53) also having solid seasons. Erik Badinger has returned from injury and Ron Closser is due back soon. The pitching has been a horrible mess, as we've suffered from injuries and ineffectiveness. We have a tough road for the last month of the season if we want to return to the championship...
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We finished 96-66, which is pretty much on par with where the team was just two years ago. But there are a few big differences... first, that this is a team full of holes. We had to give 344 at-bats to Tyrell Hollman, who hit .201, for example, and we had to resort to 22-year-old non-prospect for five starts (7.63 ERA), for another. Second, we were clearly not as good a team as the division-winning Patrick Legends (104 wins) or the second-place Crestmont Bobcats (101 wins).

However, all told this season was a rousing success. I was happy to finish above .500, let alone win 96 games. While Chris Arguello faded quite a bit in the second half, he finished with 40 home runs for the third time in his career, and set a career high with 125 RBI. With 55 WAR through his age-32 season, he's looking pretty solid for the Hall of Fame eventually. Mike Beavers actually led the team in WAR with 7.8, hitting .321 with 34 home runs. Erik Badinger was absolutely stellar at first base, hitting .319 with 44 doubles and 18 home runs for a cool $800K- and we have him locked up for two more years under arbitration. The pitching staff was a big disappointment, though- while Jessie Puls finished 14-2, his ERA was just 4.42, and no one really pitched like an ace this year.
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The Silverley Mustangs did it again, defeating the Patrick Legends in six games to win their fourth championship in eight seasons. Daniel Cover led the way again with 38 home runs and 109 RBI, and the Mustangs won 93 games. The Legends won 100 games for the second year in a row, and Berndt Rommelstedt won Pitcher of the Year for the second straight time. The Player of the Year this season was 25-year-old shortstop Kee "Snuffy" Seema, who hit .291 with 39 home runs and 120 RBI for Sungate. Chris Milner continues to advance up the home run leaderboards, with 41 this season, and he now has 527 in his career. Our only three awards were Platinum Sticks for Mike Beavers, Erik Badinger, and Chris Arguello.

We head into the offseason with several coaching vacancies- assistant GM Tim Forrester and hitting coach Mike Coughlin, both of whom had been with the club since 2002, decided not to return. I brought in Ralph Vest for the former position- Vest has 20+ years experience as a TBL GM, and won two championships with Crestmont previously. Sam Gailey will be the new hitting coach but at age 65 is likely just a placeholder. I also brought in a new head scout, Tom Polk, who has done good work with the Huyong Mudcats in the TBL.

Isiah Ibeh declined an option and will be a free agent, but it appears unlikely he'd be worth $17M anyway... Sindre Albrektsen will also be leaving the club. We'll have quite a few holes to fill on the pitching staff and in the outfield.

Matthew Kerrigan, by the way, retired at the age of 37 after a middling season with Crestmont. He finishes his career with a .284 average, 315 home runs, and 77 WAR- likely a Hall of Fame career.
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2011-12 offseason

Not quite as momentous an offseason as the last one, when we picked up Mike Beavers... this year our biggest signing was outfielder Mike Predmore, a 28-year-old outfielder who spent the last six seasons with the Marsh Heroes. Predmore was the Rookie of the Year in 2006, and while he had a league-leading 137 RBI last season, that went along with a .224 average and just 1.0 WAR. I'm hoping that for $13M/year, he'll be able to give us more. The pitching staff was bolstered by our old friend Gustavo Cordero ($1.2M) and reliever Jose Enriquez (two years at $2.2M/year). I also traded Armando Lora, who hit .295 in 452 at-bats last year, to Crestmont for pitching prospect Ryan Schiebel, a second-round pick last year. I didn't expect Lora to repeat that kind of production and we have plenty of similar players.
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Owner John O'Rourke Jr. expects us to return to the playoffs this year... I'm not so sure. We are projected to finish 86-76, which would be third place behind Patrick and Sidney City.

Thankfully we don't have any major injuries entering the season. The rotation looks good, not great- our top three of Jessie Puls, William Dodge, and Arran Macrae is good, though Sam Cooke and Gustavo Cordero at the back end leave something to be desired. The middle of the lineup, including Ron Closser, Mike Beavers, Chris Arguello, Mike Predmore, Erik Badinger, and Mike Whitlock, is as good as anyone in baseball. The other three spots are comprised of good defenders who are black holes offensively- Brian Swint (making his major-league debut), Cowal Yair, and David Farmer.

Our minor league system is finally not in last place- 14th this season. Our top prospect is pitcher Matt Bunn, our second-round pick last season, at #33. Ryan Schiebel, who we acquired this offseason, is #51.
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A good start to the season, with a 17-10 record. We're one game back of Sidney City. Mike Beavers, Erik Badinger, Mike Predmore and Mike Whitlock (that's a lot of Mikes!) all are hitting better than .300. Ron Closser has 10 home runs already and leads the league in RBI with 26, and William Dodge has a 1.83 ERA. I signed outfielder Frazer Macgregor, a two-time all-star who plays excellent defense and can also cover first base.
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We've held onto first place with a 35-20 record overall. Will this be more sustainable than our hot start last year? Time will tell. Ron Closser leads the league with 22 home runs and 54 RBI. Mike Beavers and Chris Arguello are playing well as usual, and Mike Predmore has gotten off to a very nice start with a .310 average and 11 home runs. William Dodge is heading the staff with a 6-2 record and 3.38 ERA, and the surprising Gustavo Cordero has a league-leading 8 wins and a 3.54 ERA, and even signed an extension for another year at $1M. Sean Heideman has finally grown into the closer's role and has 13 saves and a 2.60 ERA- though I would rather not pay our closer $16M per season Right now, we're three games ahead of Stephens and Sidney City.

I drafted collegiate outfielder Brian Underwood with our first pick, and college pitcher Pete Moffitt with our second.
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We're still hanging onto first place, with an 51-31 record, tied with Sidney City. The Scorpions have been a perennial doormat in the TBL- in fact, they've only made the postseason twice in league history, in 1964 and 1972, winning the championship both years. But in the last 20 years, they've finished above .500 just once, and that was 82 wins in 2003. Last year they won just 58 games- and they have almost reached that total already! While they've got some good young talent in pitcher Ben Rockstroh and outfielders Jaime Hancock and Steve Hall, I think they'll fall back to earth.

Chris Arguello won Player of the Month and is now second in the league with 3.9 WAR, with a .318 average, 20 home runs, and 71 RBI. Mike Predmore isn't far behind at 3.1, with 21 homers and 67 RBI. Erik Badinger is hitting .343, third in the league. As usual, run scoring has been a lot better than run prevention.

I swung a small trade for a pitcher, getting Jon Doster, a 24-year-old former first-round pick, for outfielder Chad Dunnavant, whom I had acquired just last year. Doster will just be a long reliever at this point, as he's no longer much of a prospect. There weren't any very compelling international free agents this year.
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We're two games up on the Scorpions with two months left to go in the season. William Dodge, reliever Mike Schuster, Mike Beavers, Chris Arguello, Mike Whitlock and Mike Predmore all made the all-star team. Arguello just continues to play at an exceptional level and leads the league with 30 home runs and 92 RBI, to go along with a second-best 5.1 WAR. Beavers isn't far behind at 4.9. Dodge leads the staff with 12 wins. Thankfully our team is pretty healthy heading into the home stretch.

Bryant, Sungate and Freeton are all neck and neck in the TBL East. The Falcons' Kee Seema leads the league in WAR at 5.6.
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Sidney City is just not going away as we head into the final month of the season. We're 83-53, ahead of the Scorpions by two games and the Rattlers by five. Chris Arguello is hitting .298 with 35 home runs and 107 RBI, though is missing a week with back spasms. Mike Predmore is doing more than I ever could have hoped for, hitting .300 with 33 home runs and 90 RBI. Erik Badinger leads the league with a .322 average. We lead the league in offense as per usual. The bullpen has actually been pretty OK, with both Mike Schuster and Sean Heideman posting ERAs south of 3.

In minor league land, all five teams are worse than .500. The most egregious is Class II Smithton, which is an incredibly bad 33-105.
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The Titans are returning to the playoffs! We were consistently excellent all season long, with at least 15 wins in every month and 98 overall, and held off the up-and-coming Sidney City Scorpions by one game. Chris Arguello, Mike Beavers and Mike Predmore were all simply outstanding. We got great contributions from Erik Badinger, Mike Whitlock and Ron Closser as well. The pitching side was rockier as usual, but we got good contributions from William Dodge and Jessie Puls once again.

We head into the TBL Championship Series against the Sungate Falcons, who won 99 games. The Falcons have the last two Player of the Year winners in outfielder Yan-hao Tso and shortstop Kee Seema, and Seema is almost certain to win the Player of the Year again, hitting .307 with 45 home runs and 125 RBI while playing outstanding defense. Our old friend Josh Ralston is their closer- he had 37 saves and a 2.80 ERA. While Sungate has been good over the last few years, it's the first time the club has made the playoffs since 1997. Ron Closser unfortunately will miss the series with a herniated disc in his back, but otherwise our team is healthy and ready to go.
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The Titans lost the TBL Championship Series to the Falcons in rough fashion in seven games. Errors by normally-steady defenders Erik Badinger and Chris Arguello torpedoed their chances in two games that looked like sure wins- which wouldn't have been a problem had the Titans not gone down meekly in the last two games.

Game one: Titans 10, Falcons 9. The Titans went up 6-0 in the first inning, capped off by a three-run homer by DH Greg Rogers. But Sungate clawed back, eventually taking the lead before Mike Beavers homered off Josh Ralston in the ninth to give the Titans the win.

Game two: Titans 3, Falcons 1. Erik Badinger drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth as Jessie Puls pitched seven strong innings.

Game three: Titans 11, Falcons 9 (12 innings). The Titans opened up an 8-0 lead, and leadoff hitter Mark Shorts had four hits, including a three-run homer. Wal entered the ninth with a 9-3 lead, but series MVP Yan-hao Tso quickly cut that in half with a three-run homer. No big deal, as reliever Jose Enriquez then got the first two outs, but the Falcons then put runners on second and third, bringing the tying run to the plate in .186-hitting catcher Omari Cephus, and playoff closer Sam Cooke to the mound. Cephus tapped the ball to second baseman Chris Arguello, who- booted the wall and allowed Cephus to reach base. David Gibson followed with a ringing double, two more runs scored, and the game was headed to extra innings. Three innings later, Tso hit another home run to give the Falcons the win. Heartbreaking.

Game four: Titans 9, Falcons 4. The Titans showed no ill effects from the tough loss the day before, as Mike Predmore hit two home runs and drove in five.

Game five: Falcons 9, Titans 8 (13 innings). It was like deja vu all over again- another crushing extra-inning loss prompted by an error at the worst possible time. Mike Beavers' three-run homer in the fifth gave Wal a 4-1 lead, and they held onto a 5-2 advantage heading into the eighth. The Falcons scored a run with two outs, and Wal brought on Sam Cooke, who immediately gave up two singles, putting the tying run on third base. Outfielder Konstantin Binding hit a ground ball down the first base line, and Erik Badinger- could not handle it, allowing the tying run to score. The next batter, Matt Wattenberg, hit a three-run homer just to further salt the wound. The Titans came back to tie the game in the ninth on a two-run triple by outfielder Frazer Macgregor, and the teams were headed to extras once again. With the Wal bats fall silent in extra innings, light-hitting catcher Cephus hit a home run in the 13th inning which gave the win to Sungate.

Game six: Falcons 5, Titans 3. Tso hit his fourth home run of the series to give the Falcons the win.

Game seven: Falcons 5, Titans 3. Home runs by Arguello and Predmore staked the Titans to a two-run lead in the first, but a three-run homer in the fifth by first baseman Mike Gleghorn doomed the team to a loss in the final games of the series. Josh Ralston closed out the Titans easily over the last two innings.

It was a tough way to lose a series, and I don't know that this core of players will be able to return to the playoffs again.

Yan-hao Tso surprisingly defeated his teammate Kee Seema to win his second Player of the Year award; Tso hit .323 with 47 home runs and 117 RBI, but had just 6.5 WAR to Seema's 10.1. Stephens pitcher Jaheim "Moondog" Leveston won Pitcher of the Year, going 15-10 with a 2.88 ERA. Mike Beavers, Erik Badinger, Chris Arguello and Mike Predmore all won Platinum Stick Awards.
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No huge moves this offseason. Without much budget room, I picked up two inexpensive pitchers in Willis "Checkmate" Vialpando ($2M) and Dustin "Elastic Man" Munsterman ($3.5M with player option). The 28-year-old Vialpando was a former #1 overall prospect in the GPL, then jumped to the TBL at age 25 but hasn't seen much success in the league thus far. Munsterman has been an effectively reliever for Silverley. I also signed outfielder Damani "Hardrock" Okolo ($800K), who can get on base and play decent outfield defense but has little power.
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We head into the 2013 season with mostly the same team intact. The question is whether our aging stars (Chris Arguello, Ron Closser and Mike Beavers) can propel us to one more championship. We don't have any injuries heading into the regular season. Our rotation is pretty thin, with a good top two in the steady Jessie Puls and William Dodge, but Willis Vialpando and Gustavo Cordero leave something to be desired at the back end. We continue to have a very solid core within our lineup.

Owner John O'Rourke Jr. expects us to win it all this year. Our farm system is ranked #16 once again.. boo.
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Typical Titans baseball! Our offense is great, second in the league. Our pitching is horrible, worst in the league. Despite giving up 18 more runs than we've scored, we have a 15-12 record and we're just one game out in the TBL West. Chris Arguello missed a week but still leads the league with 10 home runs and is second with 27 RBI. Erik Badinger won the Player of the Month after hitting .400 with six homers and 22 RBI. I don't have anything good to say about the pitching staff, which collectively has a 5.87 ERA.
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Another strong month puts us at 33-22 overall, in second place, two games back of Stephens. Once again we had a Player of the Month winner, this time Mike Predmore, who hit .365 with 7 home runs and scored 26 runs. Erik Badinger has played great, hitting .383, and he signed an extension for $9M with a team option for the following year at the same price.

Jessie Puls unfortunately went out for the season with a torn elbow ligament. Trying to patch the rotation, I traded backup catcher Omar Lopez to Terra City for 27-year-old starter Quon Ngui, who's spent most of his career in the GPL before signing with the Capitals as a free agent for $1.5M this offseason.

This was a very successful draft for us. We picked college first baseman Brian LeMieux with our first pick- he should hit, if nothing else. Then we grabbed high schooler Jay Faye, who was considered one of the top prospects in the draft, in the second round. Faye wants more than $5M as a signing bonus, which is fine- he projects as a very good hitter and also will ultimately wind up at first base.
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We're hanging in there, still two games behind with a record of 52-30. We've done this despite injuries to Chris Arguello, Erik Badinger, and of course Jessie Puls. Badinger has had a great year as usual, leading the league with a .357 average. Conal Yair is having an uncharacteristically good year with the bat, hitting .291 in the ninth spot in the order. We're leading the league in scoring, as usual. Devin Munsterman has stepped in nicely as the closer, with 14 saves and a 2.79 ERA.

As hot as our team's been, it's been hard to keep up with Stephens, which has 54 wins. They're led by shortstop Daniel "The General" Cover, who signed with them last year after many excellent seasons with Silverley and is hitting .320 with 25 home runs.
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