2040 South Korea

This topic contains 19 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Thunder Bay KOR 4 years, 4 months ago.

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  • #5055
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    오신 것을 환영하며 행운을 빕니다!

  • #30500
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    Looking forward to this season. Made a couple of deals. On the way out is C Frascuelo Chavez (to Mexico City), who should have been starting, but was juggling time with Dale Pearn. Incoming to replace him on the roster is Elliott Morrison, a slightly younger player, from Barquisimeto. It’s a slight downgrade offensively, but a step up defensively, and for Chavez we received a decent bullpen / borderline starting prospect. Slight improvement on the status quo.

    2040 is going to be an interesting season; first time outside of Canada in quite a while!

  • #30529
     Thunder Bay KOR 
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    Efforting to assure the Dragons an extended visit to the KOR.

  • #30644
     Toa Baja KOR 
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    Looking forward to taking this team over! Good luck guys!

  • #30645
     Santiago de Cuba USA 
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    @Toa Baja (KOR) wrote:

    Looking forward to taking this team over! Good luck guys!

    Welcome to the league! Make sure that you enjoy the last few years of 1B Fernando Rodriguez. He’s one of the best to ever play in this league and he’s still going strong at age 37.

  • #30646
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    Thunder Bay sweeps us and takes over the top spot. Avenged us, they have.

  • #30648
     Quebec USA 
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    New Quebec GM here…

    Just trying to survive the season (not loooking great from the outside).

    Thanks for having me.

    PS: I live in Montreal so Quebec city is close enough 🙂

  • #30649
     Bocas del Toro VEN 
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    Welcome to the League…great to have you

  • #30651
     Thunder Bay KOR 
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    Post by Hong Kong (KOR) on Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:46 pm
    Thunder Bay sweeps us and takes over the top spot. Avenged us, they have.

    Like the sweep. We like the wins better. We have our eyes on a much larger prize. And extending your stay Marc.

  • #30661
     Quebec USA 
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    A pretty good first week for the new Dragons GM (4-2). We’re not celebrating yet but we’re trying to get back to being decent. The only race that matters is the 5 game we need to catch Toluca (we gained 2 games this week).

    Go Quebec!

  • #30665
     Quebec USA 
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    When AAA players get to be starters in Quebec, that’s bad 🙁

    The Dragons added AAA players from elsewhere to their team and they should be starters and batting high in the order. Muldoon as 2B and Tomala at 1B.

    If you have any AAA available players that could boost my club… I’m a buyer 🙂

  • #30606
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    Great to see the enthusiasm back in Quebec, and I wish you all the best. Especially since you’re not in our division.

    Meanwhile, Hong Kong is starting to be closer to the mediocre team I thought they’d be. Knew something was gonna falter with that hot start since 3 or 4 guys were hitting about .330

  • #30666
     Quebec USA 
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    Another solid bat is coming in Raúl Labañino… let’s hope he bounced back..!

  • #30694
     Quebec USA 
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    Quebec is now 14-10 since the new GM got here… (the team went 7-20 in May, at one point losing 17 of 18 games)..

    Now the team is still far away in the standing but it’s a at least competitive.

    We’re always looking to upgrade!

    JF

  • #28753
     Hong Kong CUB 
    Spectator

    Nice to see that you came in with an eye on being competitive, instead of dismantling and doing a rebuild. If you can keep the team up, I’ll be surprised…I thought for sure avoiding relegation in 2040 was a lost cause for that squad.

  • #28754
     Quebec USA 
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    We’ll see if it can be done… The team was in such disarray:)

    The objective is to stay in South Korea while building the team…

  • #30759
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    Thunder Bay pulls back closer. It’s going to be an exciting finish.

    Interestingly, the Avengers are defying the odds a bit. They’re 10 games above .500, but have a -4 run differential as of August 7.

  • #30763
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    The pitching staff gives up one run in 35 innings in a marathon 3-game sweep of La Habana. Great stuff for a pitching fan like me.

  • #30820
     Thunder Bay KOR 
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    made it interesting. probably going to fall short.

  • #28310
     Hong Kong CUB 
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    Congrats to the Jays on their championship!

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