2036 Cuba

This topic contains 21 replies, has 9 voices, and was last updated by  Oaxaca JPN 6 years, 3 months ago.

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  • #4327
     Moca DOM 
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    Good Luck all

  • #28123
     La Habana KOR 
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    Another tough year ahead for us…just hope we have enough to ward off relegation…can lightning strike twice for us this year?

  • #28162
     La Habana KOR 
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    Yo, good luck to y’all in 2036!!! Can’t wait to see how we measure up!!!

  • #28168
     Hamilton JPN 
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    Whoa… never hurts to have a 6-0 roadtrip to start the season. My biggest fear in the offseason is how my rotation (pretty weak, judging by ratings alone) would transition to the CUB. Not bad so far.

  • #28171
     La Habana KOR 
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    looooooooooooooooooooooooooooong, season is afoot!!!! LOL

  • #28305
     La Habana KOR 
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    well, worked our way to .500…now what?

  • #28524
     Oaxaca JPN 
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    Team looks good, but we have played more home games than away games. Bound to catch up to us.

    Will be an interesting stretch run.

  • #28527
     Toluca KOR 
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    Team is struggling after getting close to the top.

    Now sitting 5 games back with 24 to go. Got two big players back from injury…

    P Fernando Martínez, who pitched a shutout in his first game back from injury, so much for rust.
    RF Hoitsu Asari – who had an epic July, then missed two weeks in August. Also missed parts of May and June.

    Let’s go Toucans!

  • #28565
     Hamilton JPN 
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    Looks like we’ve got two pretty close races to finish out the season. Hamilton will be up against Jeonju in the last three games of the season, which may decide who advances out of the LOD. As it should be!

  • #28567
     La Habana KOR 
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    And we have a chance to play the spoiler role with 3 against Oaxaca who are 2 back from the lead! Cap_PDT_01_02

  • #28568
     Toluca KOR 
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    @Toluca (CUB) wrote:

    Team is struggling after getting close to the top.

    Now sitting 5 games back with 24 to go. Got two big players back from injury…

    P Fernando Martínez, who pitched a shutout in his first game back from injury, so much for rust.
    RF Hoitsu Asari – who had an epic July, then missed two weeks in August. Also missed parts of May and June.

    Let’s go Toucans!

    And I jinxed them both, perfect. Not that I was in the race anyway. 😥

  • #28582
     Busan CUB 
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    Hey everyone. Im wondering who won in cuba? I have been away last 2 sims. Should be back for thur night so I can update if I made it.

  • #28584
     Maracaibo USA 
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    @Busan (CUB) wrote:

    Hey everyone. Im wondering who won in cuba? I have been away last 2 sims. Should be back for thur night so I can update if I made it.

    You lost your last three games, but got in by one. Good luck in the playoffs!

  • #28588
     La Habana KOR 
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    Good luck, and you are welcome…took 2 of 3 from Oaxaca Cap_PDT_01_02 last sim…

  • #28594
     Busan CUB 
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    Awsome thanks… guess thats what I get for not getting to my team to set the pitchers

  • #28374
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    I’m too lazy to look to make absolutely sure, but I think I’m right in saying that no matter who wins in the championship, we will have a new team in the USA next year that has never been there before. Congrats for raising Busan and Hamilton up the ladder, guys.

  • #28597
     Hamilton JPN 
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    @Hong Kong (CAN) wrote:

    I’m too lazy to look to make absolutely sure, but I think I’m right in saying that no matter who wins in the championship, we will have a new team in the USA next year that has never been there before. Congrats for raising Busan and Hamilton up the ladder, guys.

    Thanks!

  • #28598
     Santiago de Cuba USA 
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    @Hong Kong (CAN) wrote:

    I’m too lazy to look to make absolutely sure, but I think I’m right in saying that no matter who wins in the championship, we will have a new team in the USA next year that has never been there before. Congrats for raising Busan and Hamilton up the ladder, guys.

    Correct, they’re both longtime third tier teams. Congrats on turning around both franchises.

    Monterrey has the chance to do the same thing in Japan. (Xi’an has four years of USA experience.)

  • #28599
     Busan CUB 
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    its been a long road… have hit the second tier previous only to return back to home in korea…lol hopefully we can make it up one more level Cap_PDT_01_02

  • #28601
     Hamilton JPN 
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    @Busan (CUB) wrote:

    its been a long road… have hit the second tier previous only to return back to home in korea…lol hopefully we can make it up one more level Cap_PDT_01_02

    If you beat us in this championship series (which it looks like you might, given the first three games), I’ll be thankful to simmer in Cuba for another season or two while some of my younger players fill out. If I went up to USA next season, I’d likely be right back here pretty quickly anyway!

    If we were at full strength, I’m guessing we’d have given you a better run for your money. Yet another injury (to our starting SS) on the last sim! I’ll be playing with 5 infielders for the remainder of the series.

  • #28604
     Oaxaca JPN 
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    Congrats to both teams making the playoffs…

    Oaxaca missed by only one game this season making it our 4th second place finish in CUBA after winning the LAD in 2032. May only get a couple more chances to return to the USA, before the talent get lost.

    Good luck to both teams!!!

  • #28372
     Hamilton JPN 
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    Whoa, I didn’t expect this.

    Congrats to Busan for the great series, 7 thrilling games.

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