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Wednesday, 18 October 2017

LATEST SIMBL NEWS
SIMBL OFF-SEASON SIM SCHEDULE:
EXPORTS DUE 7 PM EDT DAILY 4 PM EDT WEEKENDS
MONDAY OCTOBER 16, 2017:  ARBITRATION SIM-ARBITRATIONS ANNOUNCED & FREE AGENTS ANNOUNCED TO 11/21/2040
TUESDAY OCTOBER 17, 2017: 2041 FREE AGENCY SIM 1 TO 12/16/2040
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 2017: 2041 FREE AGENCY SIM 2 TO 12/31/2040
THURSDAY OCTOBER 19, 2017: 2041 FREE AGENCY SIM 3 TO 1/16/2041
FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 2017: 2041 FREE AGENCY SIM 4 TO 1/31/2041
SATURDAY OCTOBER 21, 2017: 2041 FREE AGENCY SIM 5 TO 2/23/2041
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22, 2017: 2041 SPRING TRAINING SIM 1 TO 3/17/2041
MONDAY OCTOBER 23, 2017: 2041 SPRING TRAINING SIM 2 TO 3/31/2041
TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 2017: PRE-SEASON SIM TO 4/3/2041 TO SET FINAL ROSTERS/LINEUPS/ROTATIONS  
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25, 2017: 2040 OPENING DAY SIM TO 4/10/2041 & 2041 SIMBL DRAFT START
AVAILABLE 2041 SIMBL FREE AGENTS
2041 SUPPLEMENTAL FREE AGENTS:
None This Off-Season
2041 SIMBL TYPE A FREE AGENTS (FORMER TEAM):
RF Jeremy Roper (Whitby)
Signed With Cleveland 4 Years $88,000,000
CL Bill Wischmeyer (Boston)
Signed With Chicago 3 Years $15,000,000
C Robert Sladky (Las Vegas)
Signed With Las Vegas 3 Years $54,000,000
CF Akiro Hikaru (Asheville)
Signed With Whitby 2 Years $17,500,000
3B Kenko Yamada (Toronto)
Signed With Boston 2 Years $37,300,000
SP Mark Curtis (Asheville)
SP Jonathan Weaver (Bristol)
SP Jimmy Dietz (Knoxville)
SP Brock Vinci (Las Vegas)
SP Kazuki Choo (New York)
SP Michael Martin (San Diego)
SP Kerry Hannah (Rochester)
SP George Beckett (Sacramento)
SP Michael Mayhugh (Texas)
CL Felix Urbina (Bend)
CL Yok-sing Sutherland (Chicago)
C Matt Douglass (Chicago)
1B Juan Santos (Asheville)
1B Cody Taylor (Cleveland)
CF Josh Robertson (Dallas)
CF Tony Harmon (Norfolk)
RF Michael Werner (Knoxville)
DH Bobby Papesh (Oregon)
2041 SIMBL TYPE B FREE AGENTS (FORMER TEAM):
3B Manny Rios (Asheville)
Signed With Chicago 3 Years $30,000,000
3B Kendry Barbee (Seattle)
Signed With Cleveland 2 Years $25,000,000
CF T.J. Rose (Cleveland)
Signed With Hollywood 3 Years $57,000,000
SP Timothy Williams (Hollywood)
SP Alonso Ramos (Seattle)
C Jeff Carlson (Hawaii)
C Jorge Batista (Hollywood)
3B Jimmy Gilronan (Norfolk)
LF Manny Foster (Cleveland)
CF Gregory Joyner (Bristol)
CF Angelo Lorezno (Hawaii)
RF Justin Sandy (Calgary)
DH Carl Chaulk (Las Vegas)
DH Brady Underwood (Norfolk)

SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS 2009-2011

Official Birth Of The SIMBL: 9/2/2006
SIMBL Inaugural Draft: 9/17/2006-10/17/2006
2005 SIMBL Season: 10/18/2006-12/27/2006
2006 SIMBL Season: 1/22/2007- 4/4/2007
Website Crash: 4/15/2007-4/22/2007
2007 SIMBL Season: 5/5/2007-7/16/2007
2008 SIMBL Season: 8/6/2007-10/17/2007
2009 SIMBL Season: 10/31/2007-1/19/2008
2010 SIMBL Season: 2/2/2008-4/20/2008
2011 SIMBL Season: 5/2/2008-7/10/2008
2012 SIMBL Season: 7/21/2008-9/29/2008
2013 SIMBL Season: 10/13/2008-12/27/2008
2014 SIMBL Season: 1/10/2009-3/28/2009
2015 SIMBL Season: 4/11/2009-7/11/2009
OOTP 6.5 To OOTP 10 Conversion 8/1/2009-9/1/2009
2016 SIMBL Season: 9/2/2009-12/18/2009
2017 SIMBL Season: 12/28/2009-3/5/2010
2018 SIMBL Season: 3/22/2010-5/29/2010
OOTP 10 To OOTP 11 Conversion
SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft: 6/25/2010-7/15/2010
2019 SIMBL Season: 7/26/2010-10/10/2010
2020 SIMBL Season: 11/3/2010-1/11/2011
2021 SIMBL Season: 2/2/2011-4/22/2011
SIMBL Commish Accident & Recovery 4/23/2011-5/5/2012
2022 SIMBL Season:  5/6/2012-7/16/2012
2023 SIMBL Season: 8/4/2012-10/5/2012
OOTP 11 To 13 Conversion 10/5/2012-11/24-2012
2024 SIMBL Season: 11/29/2012-2/11/2013
2025 SIMBL Season: 2/25/2013-5/2/2013
2026 SIMBL Season: 5/17/2013-7/24/2013
2027 SIMBL Season: 8/10/2013-10/17/2013
2028 SIMBL Season: 10/31/2013-1/4/2014
2029 SIMBL Season: 1/18/2014-3/26/2014
2030 SIMBL Season: 4/9/2014-6/15/2014
OOTP 13 To 15 Conversion 6/22/2014-6/27/2014
2031 SIMBL Season: 7/5/2014-9/8/2014
2032 SIMBL Season: 9/24/2014-12/14/2014
2033 SIMBL Season: 1/9/2015-3/17/2015
2034 SIMBL Season: 4/10/2015-Current
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS 2018-CURRENT
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS 2012-2017
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS 2009-2011
SIMBL HISTORIC MOMENTS 2005-2008

Key moments in SIMBL history are listed below:

NOVEMBER 5, 2011

SWEPT AWAY!

Oregon Rides Phenomenal Pitching To Sweep Of Calgary & Wins 2011 SIMBL Title

GM Mike Senn's Oregon Pioneers celebrate after the last out of SIMBL CS Game Four on Calgary's Victors Field earning them their first SIMBL Championship.

2011 SIMBL Coveted Cup MVP Pedro Moreno (above left) and teammate Robert Barnhouse (right) celebrate the bubbly after their Game Four SIMBL Championship Series win.

Calgary CF Walker McElfresh (above) can't watch as the 2011 SIMBL title is won by Oregon giving the Clippers another long offseason to ponder. The Clippers have won five division titles in seven seasons and over 100 games the last four seasons yet have not won the elusive SIMBL Coveted Cup.

Congratulations to Oregon GM Mike Senn who won his first SIMBL title by promptly sweeping the Calgary Clippers of GM Christian DeMarco in the 2011 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series. The Pioneers received some of the best pitching in the history of the SIMBL playoffs and were practically unhittable.

Their trio of Pedro Ramirez, Pedro Moreno and Angel Rodriquez held the vaunted Clipper offense to nine runs in four games.

Former Clipper Buster Tate did his old teammates in earning Game Four Player Of The Game honors with a game-breaking home run in the 8th inning and another shot earlier in the game of Calgary ace Isogorou Chomei. Tate was drafted in the fourth round by Calgary in the 2005 Inaugural SIMBL Draft and traded to Oregon in 2006 for SP Jamie Coop and CF Willard Gilmore.

Oregon's young SP Pedro Moreno earned 2011 SIMBL CS MVP honors winning two games pitching 14.1 innings while allowing ten hits and three earned runs and striking out nine.

AUGUST 20, 2011

BROOKLYN VETERAN WHITFORD NO-HITS PORTLAND

Cyclones' SP Throws First SIMBL No-No In Over A Year

Brooklyn SP Kevin Whitford (above) delivers a pitch during his no-hitter against Portland in 2011 SIM 20. Whitford also struck out 15 Punisher batters tying the SL record for strikeouts in a game.

Thursday 8/20/2011: Portland has no chance in a NO-HITTER by Kevin Whitford

BROOKLYN - Kevin Whitford had his best stuff going, and Portland hitters were chanceless. Brooklyn's right-hander fired a NO-NO, his 0th shutout of the season. 'I hit the corners with all of my pitches. That helped a lot!' Whitford (11-5) struck out an astounding 15 and walked 3, throwing 71 of 116 pitches for strikes. Luis Franco provided Brooklyn with the offense Whitford needed as he got 1 hit in 4 AB, hitting a homerun, and driving in 2 runs. Brooklyn improved its record to 71-52, scoring 3 runs on 6 hits.

After a flurry of ten no-hitters thrown in the SIMBL in the 2009 and 2010 seasons combined, Whitford's no-hitter was the first thrown in over a year since Texas ace Robert Carson threw a no-no on August 13, 2010. Whitford's gem was the 15th no-hitter in SIMBL history.

Whitford also made SIMBL history by tying the SL record for strikeouts in a game with 15 in the game.

SIMBL HISTORY - NO HITTERS

9/25/2006, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 5 K, 1 BB
9/19/2007, John McCasland (CLE), 6 K, 1 BB
4/13/2008, Walter Lopez (BEN), 8 K, 4 BB
8/31/2008, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 9 K, 1 BB
9/29/2008, Casey George (CGY), 3 K, 3 BB
5/3/2009, Travis Boyd (CGY), 6 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
5/23/2009, George Anderson (ORE), 7 K, 1 BB
5/26/2009, Miles Farrelly (CHI), 12 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
8/7/2009, Mario Fung (AUG), 8 K, 2 BB
9/4/2009, Mark McCready (NY), 6 K, 4 BB
4/6/2010, Pedro Ramirez (ORE), 9 K, 2 BB
4/29/2010, Neil Palomares (BOS), 6 K, 4 BB
7/13/2010, Sam Glisson (POC), 9 K, 4 BB
8/13/2010, Robert Carson (TEX), 9 K, 2 BB
8/20/2011, Kevin Whitford (BKN), 15 K, 3 BB

AUGUST 17, 2011

'WOLVES' RYLES & GRIMES MAKE SIMBL HISTORY

San Diego Superstar Third Baseman Continues To Put Up Numbers Never Seen Before Nor Will Be Seen Again

Love him or hate him but San Diego's volatile superstar Daryl Ryles (above) shows no signs of slowing down and dominates the SIMBL with no remorse.

It is no wonder the San Diego Warewolves of GM Paul Ware continue to be the dominant team in the SIMBL after winning four SIMBL Championships in the last 6 seasons. The 'Wolves have one of the league's top aces, if not the best ace in the league, while having the best player in the league and possibly the best player who ever will wear a SIMBL uniform when his career is finished.

In 2011 SIM 19, San Diego's SP Bobby Grimes and 3B Daryl Ryles made statistical SIMBL history.

Ryles, the 5-time SL MVP, became the first and only player in league history to hit 40 + HR in seven consecutive seasons. Ryles has clubbed 50 + HR the last three seasons and will be looking for a fourth this season. He currently has 43 HR.

The volatile SIMBL superstar, known for his outlandish and arrogant personality on and off the field, is the only player in SIMBL history to win a SIMBL Triple Crown achieving the feat with his historic 2008 season in which he batted .352 with 69 HR and 172 RBI, records that still stand today and which many SIMBL followers believe will never be broken.

Ryles, now 32 years old, has hit 41, 43, 47, 69, 54, 51 and currently has 43 HR in his SIMBL career. Along with his teammate 1B Kenny Blumberg, he is the only player in SIMBL history to have seven consecutive seasons with 100+ RBI accumulating seasons of 135, 110, 126, 172, 159, 126 and his current 104.

Ryles boasted at the SIMBL Inaugural Draft after he was drafted first overall in 2005, that he would set all SIMBL power and hitting records that would stand for history. Many didn't take him seriously at the time and few expected him to be a first ballot SIMBL Hall Of Famer to be compared to the likes of Hank Aaron, Ted Williams, Willie Mays and others. In fact, Ryles has put up better numbers of any of those mentioned before him in baseball history.

Grimes, a 9/10/9 rated lefthander, won his 20th game of 2011 this past SIM becoming the first and only player to win 20 or more games in four seasons. Grimes has won 20 + in four of his five SIMBL seasons and also won 18 games the other season. He has rapidly accumulated 102 wins in his career and has a 2.81 career ERA.

Grimes has gone 20-8, 18-12, 23-2, 21-9 and is currently 20-6 in his outstanding career. The 96 MPH-throwing southpaw is still only 28 years old and tied for fourth all-time in SIMBL career wins.

JULY 9, 2011

BOSTON TIES SIMBL CONSECUTIVE WIN STREAK RECORD

The Boston Patriots of GM Dave Burgess made SIMBL history in 2011 SIM 14 by winning their 12th straight game and tied San Diego's 2010 and Bend's 2008 mark for most consecutive wins in league history. The streak came to an end on July 9, 2011 with a 5-3 loss to GM Eric Savard's Toronto Rush.

APRIL 1, 2011

LOS ANGELES ACE SOUSA FIRST SIMBL PITCHER TO NOTCH 100 CAREER WINS

Meat Puppets' UL Hurler Of The Year Youngest On Top 25 Wins List As Well

Los Angeles ace James Sousa (above) was drafted in the second round of the SIMBL Inaugural Draft of 2005 as a 20 year-old phenom by 'Puppets GM Dave Bliley. Sousa immediately went on to SIMBL stardom and is considered one of the top pitchers in the league. Sousa became the first pitcher in SIMBL history to achieve the 100-win plateau and is easily on pace for 300+ wins by the end of his brilliant SIMBL career.

SIMBL History was made in 2011 SIM 1 when Los Angeles ace James Sousa was the first pitcher in SIMBL history to rack up 100 wins.

The 26 year-old reigning UL Hurler Of The Year notched #100 with a 6-3 win over Marin. Sousa, a 9/10/9 rated 96 mph-throwing southpaw, scorched the SIMBL last season by setting the SIMBL record with 25 wins and going 25-4 with a career-low 2.45 ERA for the defending UL West champion Meat Puppets of GM David Bliley.

NOVEMBER 8, 2010

MOUNTAINMEN COMPLETE POSTSEASON MARCH AND TAKE 2010 SIMBL TITLE IN GAME 7 THRILLER

Marin Completes Historic Playoff Drive For Their First SIMBL Ring; Deny San Diego's Fifth Coveted Cup Championship

Marin slugger Glenn Knapp (right) hugs catcher Cane Wilson (left) after the last out of the Mountainmen's 2010 SIMBL Coveted Cup Game 7 16-12 victory to give them and GM Tom Hickman his first SIMBL championship.

The 2010 SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series was one for the ages.

In a Game 7 thriller that went back and forth all night, GM Tom Hickman's Marin Mountainmen became the first wildcard team in SIMBL history to win a title as they defeated the four-time SIMBL Champion San Diego Warewolves of GM Paul Ware 16-12 for their first SIMBL Coveted Cup.

Marin scored eight runs in the first four innings to take a 8-5 lead off of San Diego ace Felix Murff. The juggernaut Warewolves weren't just going to lay down and watch their SIMBL title be given away and responded with five runs to take a 9-8 lead in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Marin then exploded for eight runs in the bottom of the inning to take a 16-9 lead. The M-Men rocked the 'Wolves usually trusty relieving corps of Jonathan Travis, Paul Magness and Ralph Hecker for 9 earned runs in 3.2 innings after rocking one of the league's best aces, Felix Murff, for 7 runs on 10 hits in only 2.1 innings.

The 'Wolves still came back but their effort to win their fifth SIMBL title in six seasons fell short as reliever Joesph Kestner held on for Marin to the end in a 16-12 championship-clinching victory.

Mountainmen teammates celebrate their improbable 2010 SIMBL Championship in the locker room with their GM Tom Hickman somewhere in the frenzy.

Eugene Pelzer, one of the SIMBL's most underrated players, went 3 for 6 with 6 RBI, a double and a home run to win Player Of The Game honors. Pelzer, the UL batting champion this season, drove in 22 runs on 6 home runs and a .269 batting average in Marin's postseason march to the title.

"We are convinced that we have a dang fine ballclub and weren't no 'Cinderella' team or 'Team Of Destiny' as proclaimed by some," said Hickman in a frenzied postgame celebration between sips of champagne and being drenched by his superstar first baseman Glenn Knapp. Knapp was named the SIMBL In Game UL MVP immediately after the game for the 2010 season after hitting .281 with 41 HR and 135 RBI.

"We have the nucleus of a very good team and are expecting to compete and defend our title for a very long time," said Hickman.

San Diego GM Paul Ware was impressed by Hickman's team and effort.

"Those boys buzzsawed through the UL playoffs and beat some very solid teams in Los Angeles and Calgary to get to us, so we knew they weren't just a wildcard pushover. I feel good for Tom after all of these years of competing against and with him in other leagues and it will now just push me and our team harder to get our Coveted Cup title back again."

Congratulations to Marin GM Tom Hickman on making SIMBL history. His Mountainmen squeaked into the playoffs in a tight UL wildcard race and then promptly defeated a solid 104-win Calgary team of GM Christian DeMarco in a four game sweep and then knocked out a 108-win defending UL champion Los Angeles club of GM Dave Bliley to get to the Coveted Cup Series. Hickman's 89-win team then knocked out the 112-win four-time defending champion Warewolves to make SIMBL history in a quest that many SIMBL pundits doubted would ever happen at the start of the playoffs.

The 'Wolves become the first team in SIMBL playoff history to complete three seven-game series. They beat Chicago and Oregon in grueling seven-game series to reach their fifth SIMBL title series in the league's first six seasons of play.

AUGUST 13, 2010

ROADRUNNERS' ACE CARSON HURLS NO-HITTER AGAINST BEND

Texas SP 16-6 On The Season; Gunning For UL Hurler Of The Year Award

Thursday 8/13/2010: Bend has no chance in a NO-HITTER by Robert Carson

TEXAS - Texas' right-hander Robert Carson made some history today, firing a no-hitter against Bend. Their hitters found out the hard way that he is among the leagues top pitchers, never having a chance against his overpowering stuff. Carson (16-6) fanned 9 and walked 2, throwing 92 pitches. 'Giving my team a chance to win is the most important thing for me. I was able to do it today, and it's especially nice to do it in such fashion.' Juan Salo helped Carson at the plate, he got 2 hits in 4 AB, blasting a homerun, stroking a double, scoring twice and collecting 3 RBI. Texas improved its record to 63-53, scoring 4 runs on 7 hits.

JULY 13, 2010

T-JACKS' GLISSON NO-HITS SMOKIES

Pocatello Righthander Becomes 12th Pitcher In SIMBL History To Throw Gem

Pocatello's Sam Glisson became the 12th pitcher in SIMBL history and third in the 2010 season to throw a no-hitter as the Timberjacks' 27 year-old righthander blanked Asheville on July 13, 2010. Glisson struck out 9 and walked four in the 9-0 win over the Smokies.

REAL LIFE DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2008

'SIMBL SUMMIT I' A SUCCESS

Beers, General Talk & SIMBL Smack Featured In Real-Life Hookup Of League's GMs

The first real-life meeting of SIMBL GMs took place last night in Colorado Springs, Colorado. From left to right: Brooklyn GM Rick Magar, Jacksonville GM Brandon Clifton and Oregon GM Mike Senn.

The SIMBL's first real-life meeting among the league's participants and GMs took place last night, February 26, 2008 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Travel plans and logistics allowed long-time OOTP comrades Brooklyn Cyclones GM Rick Magar, Jacksonville Stampede GM Brandon Clifton and Oregon Pioneers GM Mike Senn to meet a Champps Sports Bar for some beers, general talk and most notably, some SIMBL smack. Los Angeles Meat Puppets GM Dave Bliley was also expected to attend but unfortunately couldn't make the meeting due to work committments.

"We tossed back a few beers and talked about many things, but OOTP and the SIMBL were first and foremost!" said Senn about the meeting.

A fly on the wall would've loved to be there for the league to wonder how many trade talks were initiated from the meeting.

It's good to know that we can use the SIMBL to get away a little from life's turbulences and use the league and the game for recreation and to even make acqaintances and friendships. And most of all, even though we all have had some disagreements in the past and will in the future in a competitive nature, that we all will remain SIMBL brethren throughout anything and still will be able to have fun competing with each other.

"It makes me happy that the hard work that we all put into this league can reach out into real life and even create friendships. It makes our dedication to the our teams, the SIMBL and the game even more worthwhile. I wish I could've been there with the guys," said SIMBL Commissioner Christian DeMarco.

Good job guys and we look forward to the next planning of the next SIMBL Summit II meeting in the future for more GMs to possibly meet and for the league to carry on for all of us together for many seasons to come.

JUNE 21, 2010

SAN DIEGO TIES CONSECUTIVE WIN STREAK RECORD

Oregon Ace Ramirez Halts Streak As 'Wolves Tie Bandits' 2008 Record

The San Diego Warewolves added to their legacy as they quietly tied the SIMBL record for most consecutive wins in 2010 SIM 11.

GM Paul Ware's 'Wolves tied GM Ted Williams' Bend Bandits' record by winning 12 straight games before falling to Oregon ace Pedro Ramirez on June 21, 2010. San Diego streak started on June 8, 2010 and featured sweeps of Carolina, Jacksonville, Chicago, and Pocatello. Impressively, nine of the wins were on the road.

JUNE 2010

SAN DIEGO'S BANDY FIRST SIMBL PLAYER TO GATHER 1000 HITS

Teammate Ryles & Portland's Arevalo Also Top Mark In 2010 SIM 10

Some monumental SIMBL history was made during 2010 SIM 10 as San Diego SS Hayden Bandy became the first player in league history to get to 1000 career hits. Bandy's teammate 3B Daryl Ryles and Portland RF Pedro Arevalo also achieved the feat this past SIM and are the first among a multitude of players who will achieve the mark later this season.

Amazingly, San Diego places four of the top five career leaders in Hayden Bandy, Daryl Ryles, Robert Campbell and Lucas Espitia. The 'Wolves place five of the top ten when Kenny Blumberg is added in.

APRIL 29, 2010

LAND OF NO-NOS: BOSTON'S PALOMARES LATEST TO THROW A SIMBL NO-HITTER; BLANKS KITCHENER

Patriots' SP Throws 12th No-Hitter In SIMBL History, 7th In The Past Two Seasons

Boston's Neil Palomares (above) is mobbed by his Patriots teammates after getting the last out of his no-hitter against Kitchener in 2010 SIM 4. Palomares became the 11th pitcher in SIMBL history to throw a no-no and the 7th in the last two seasons.

Wednesday 4/29/2010: It's NO-NO time for Neil Palomares against Kitchener

KITCHENER - With his best stuff going, Boston's Neil Palomares overmatched the opposing hitters all day long. Kitchener had no chance, getting NO hits against the right-hander. Palomares (3-3) fanned 6 and walked 4, throwing 103 pitches. 'I was able to keep´em off balance. That certainly helped. What a day!' Matthew Fout provided Boston with the offense Palomares needed as he went 2 for 4, blasting a homerun, stroking a double, scoring twice with 3 RBI. The final score of the game was 6-0.

Palomares' no-hitter was the second this season and second in the month of April. Oregon ace Pedro Ramirez threw the SIMBL's earliest no-hit gem earlier this month on April 6, 2010. He becomes the 11th pitcher in SIMBL history to throw a no-no. It was the 7th no-hit gem in the past two seasons after a SIMBL-high five no-nos were thrown last season.

SIMBL HISTORY - NO HITTERS
9/25/2006, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 5 K, 1 BB
9/19/2007, John McCasland (CLE), 6 K, 1 BB
4/13/2008, Walter Lopez (BEN), 8 K, 4 BB
8/31/2008, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 9 K, 1 BB
9/29/2008, Casey George (CGY), 3 K, 3 BB
5/3/2009, Travis Boyd (CGY), 6 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
5/23/2009, George Anderson (ORE), 7 K, 1 BB
5/26/2009, Miles Farrelly (CHI), 12 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
8/7/2009, Mario Fung (AUG), 8 K, 2 BB
9/4/2009, Mark McCready (NY), 6 K, 4 BB
4/6/2010, Pedro Ramirez (ORE), 9 K, 2 BB
4/29/2010, Neil Palomares (BOS), 6 K, 4
APRIL 6, 2010

PIONEERS' ACE RAMIREZ THROWS EARLIEST NO-HITTER IN SIMBL HISTORY

Oregon Lefty Shuts Down San Diego For 11th No-No In League History

Oregon's 7/10/10-rated lefthander Pedro Ramirez (shown above celebrating the last out of his no-hitter) continues his legend as one of the finest young aces in the SIMBL by no-hitting the hard-hitting San Diego Warewolves in 2010 SIM 1. Ramirez's no-no upstaged a two-hit complete game by San Diego's Bobby Grimes.

Monday 4/6/2010: Pedro Ramirez fires NO-NO against San Diego

SAN DIEGO - With his best stuff going, Oregon's Pedro Ramirez overmatched the opposing hitters all day long. San Diego had no chance, getting NO hits against the right-hander. 'Giving my team a chance to win is the most important thing for me. I was able to do it today, and it's especially nice to do it in such fashion.' Ramirez (1-0) struck out 9 and issued 2 BB, throwing 66 of 122 pitches for strikes. The hitting star for Oregon was centerfielder Robt Wedge, he finished with 1 hit in 2 AB, blasting a homerun. The final score of the game was 1-0.

Ramirez's no-hitter is the earliest thrown in a season in SIMBL history, beating Bend's Walter Lopez by one week. Lopez threw a no-no on April 13, 2008 against Calgary.

Ramirez's gem upstaged San Diego ace Bobby Grimes, who couldn't have pitched any better in the loss. Grimes threw a two-hit complete game striking out 11. His only mistake of the game was allowing a lead off solo home run to Pioneers CF Robt Wedge in the top of the first inning which proved to be the game-winner.

SIMBL HISTORY - NO HITTERS
9/25/2006, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 5 K, 1 BB
9/19/2007, John McCasland (CLE), 6 K, 1 BB
4/13/2008, Walter Lopez (BEN), 8 K, 4 BB
8/31/2008, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 9 K, 1 BB
9/29/2008, Casey George (CGY), 3 K, 3 BB
5/3/2009, Travis Boyd (CGY), 6 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
5/23/2009, George Anderson (ORE), 7 K, 1 BB
5/26/2009, Miles Farrelly (CHI), 12 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
8/7/2009, Mario Fung (AUG), 8 K, 2 BB
9/4/2009, Mark McCready (NY), 6 K, 4 BB
4/6/2010, Pedro Ramirez (ORE), 9 K
NOVEMBER 5, 2009

'WOLVES FIGHT TOOTH AND NAIL WITH 'PUPPETS FOR FOURTH CUP IN FIVE SEASONS

San Diego's Grimes Named MVP; Outduels LA Ace Sousa In Hard Fought Pitcher's Series

2009 SIMBL Coveted Cup MVP Bobby Grimes (above) goes deep into the night in Game 6 outdueling LA's James Sousa to in a Game 6 series clinching victory to give the Warewolves their fourth SIMBL Championship in five seasons. Grimes, a 8/10/8 rated lefthander with a 96 MPH fastball, was a 12th round scouted draft pick in the 2005 SIMBL Inaugural Draft. Grimes went 23-2 with a 2.31 ERA and is a favorite to win the 2009 SL Hurler Of The Year Award.

2009 SIMBL Season: 10/31/2007-1/19/2008

The Los Angeles Meat Puppets of GM David Bliley gave a great fight and fought run-for-run in a hard fought series but fell short as the San Diego Warewolves of GM Paul Ware won their fourth SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series in five seasons in Friday night's SIM.

The Championship SIM was run using an exclusive three-way phone call with SIMBL Commissioner Christian DeMarco, Bliley and Ware. The games were simulated through the fifth innings and then situational control took over running inning by inning and then pitch for pitch at some strategical points in the games.

"That was very fun and good for the league," said DeMarco. "Dave and Paul are both excellent GMs and know their baseball. We look forward to making this a tradition every season at title series time".

The very first first three-way Coveted Cup phone call SIM was in the 2007 Coveted Cup with DeMarco, Ware and Augusta GM Steph Mabie, whose Spartans lost to the Warewolves that year in six games.

It was a series of unbelievable pitching between aces Los Angeles' James Sousa and San Diego's Bobby Grimes. Sousa won the battles by outpitching Grimes, but Grimes won the war. Sousa went 15 innings allowing 8 hits, only two earned runs with one walk and 17 strikeouts. Grimes went 16.1 innings giving up 15 hits, 4 earned runs, walking one and striking out 8.

Behind Sousa, the 'Puppets held the loaded 'Wolves bats to only four hits in Game 6. Even more so, Sousa held the dangerous Daryl Ryles, Robert Campbell, Kenny Blumberg, Hayden Bandy and Lucas Espitia to a 3 for 26 showing yet still lost the game. San Diego was up 2-0 going into the bottom of the 9th and Los Angeles SS Jose Zena hit a solo home run with one out to cut the deficit to 2-1. But Grimes went the distance in getting 2B Alberto Andrade to strike out and 3B Manny Martinez to ground out to the mound and the celebration was on for the fourth Warewolves title in the past five SIMBL seasons.

San Diego only outscored Los Angeles 23-30 in a very tight series that had every game close to the last out. The 'Puppets have received unexpected great pitching all season and it didn't stop in the Championship Series.

Usual postseason terror Daryl Ryles, who has been named Coveted Cup MVP twice in the last three seasons, was held to a 4 for 21 series with 2 HR and 3 RBI. Legendary playoff hero SS Hayden Bandy, only hit 5 for 17.

The 'Wolves speedy second baseman Lucas Espitia went 9 for 26 with 4 runs scored, 3 RBI and was named Player Of The Game in Games One and Four but it was Grimes, who outdueled the 'Puppets' duel 19-game winners Isidro Valles and James Sousa in Games One and Six who was named the 2009 Coveted Cup Championship Series MVP.

While battling Sousa pitch-for-pitch in Game 6, the lefthanded Grimes was masterful going 8.1 innings allowing 5 hits and only one earned run while striking out 10 frustrated Meat Puppets with his 96 MPH stuff.

SEPTEMBER 4, 2009

NEW YORK'S McCREADY HURLS FIFTH NO-HITTER OF 2009 SEASON

Enforcers' Relatively Unknown SP Outside 'Big Three' Blanks Columbus

New York's #5 starter Mark McCready gets big hugs from his Enforcer teammates after throwing the SIMBL's fifth no-hitter of the 2009 season in SIM 22. McCready is 13-7 with a 3.38 ERA on the season and is often overshadowed by his more known "Big Three" teammates: SPs John McCasland, Peter Calvillo and Michael Arnett.

Friday 9/4/2009: Columbus has no chance in a NO-HITTER by Mark McCready

NEW YORK - Mark McCready had his best stuff going, and Columbus hitters were chanceless. New York's right-hander fired a NO-NO, his 1st shutout of the season. McCready (13-7) struck out 6 and walked 4, throwing 62 of 112 pitches for strikes. 'Giving my team a chance to win is the most important thing for me. I was able to do it today, and it's especially nice to do it in such fashion.' Jl Perez helped McCready at the plate, he went 2 for 3, hitting a double, with 3 RBI. New York scored 5 runs on 5 hits.

SIMBL HISTORY - NO HITTERS
9/25/2006, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 5 K, 1 BB
9/19/2007, John McCasland (CLE), 6 K, 1 BB
4/13/2008, Walter Lopez (BEN), 8 K, 4 BB
8/31/2008, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 9 K, 1 BB
9/29/2008, Casey George (CGY), 3 K, 3 BB
5/3/2009, Travis Boyd (CGY), 6 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
5/23/2009, George Anderson (ORE), 7 K, 1 BB
5/26/2009, Miles Farrelly (CHI), 12 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
8/7/2009, Mario Fung (AUG), 8 K, 2 BB
9/4/2009, Mark McCready (NY), 6 K, 4 B
AUGUST 7, 2009

AUGUSTA'S FUNG THROWS 4TH NO-HITTER OF 2009 SIMBL SEASON

7th No-No In Two Seasons; 9th Overall In League History

Augusta veteran SP Mario Fung (above) is all locked in as he mows down Tacoma en route to the fourth no-hitter of the 2009 SIMBL season.

Friday 8/7/2009: Mario Fung dominates Tacoma, throws NO-HITTER

AUGUSTA - Mario Fung had his best stuff going, and Tacoma hitters were chanceless. Augusta's southpaw fired a NO-NO, his 1st shutout of the season. 'They took some ugly cuts at my breaking stuff, so I kept throwing it. Fortunately they were not able to adjust in time.' Fung (7-9) struck out 8 and walked 2, throwing 62 of 105 pitches for strikes. The hitting star for Augusta was rightfielder Wilbert Prager, he collected 2 hits in 4 trips to the plate, doubling twice. The final score of the game was 1-0.

Fung, originally drafted in the third round of the SIMBL Inaugural Draft by Bristol where he spent the first three seasons of his SIMBL career, joins Calgary's Travis Boyd, Oregon's George Anderson and Chicago's Miles Farrelly who have all thrown no-hitters in the 2009 campaign. Boyd and Farrelly threw the first two perfect games in SIMBL history earlier this season. The SIMBL has seen an epidemic of no-nos the last two seasons with seven total thrown and now nine overall in league history.

SIMBL HISTORY - NO HITTERS
9/25/2006, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 5 K, 1 BB
9/19/2007, John McCasland (CLE), 6 K, 1 BB
4/13/2008, Walter Lopez (BEN), 8 K, 4 BB
8/31/2008, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 9 K, 1 BB
9/29/2008, Casey George (CGY), 3 K, 3 BB
5/3/2009, Travis Boyd (CGY), 6 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
5/23/2009, George Anderson (ORE), 7 K, 1 BB
5/26/2009, Miles Farrelly (CHI), 12 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!)
8/7/2009, Mario Fung (AUG), 8 K, 2 BB
JULY 4, 2009

BROOKYN'S DINGES OFF TO BEST START IN SIMBL HISTORY

23 Year-Old Phenom Is 11-0 With A 1.19 ERA At The Break

Brooklyn's 23 year-old ace Marcus Dinges (above) has enjoyed the best first half of a season of any pitcher in SIMBL history. He is off to an amazing 11-0 1.19 ERA start for the first-place Cyclones in the SL East.

Brooklyn's 23 year-old SP Marcus Dinges enjoyed the best start and first half of a season by a SIMBL starting pitcher in the five season history of the league in 2009. Dinges, who already has two career no-hitters under his belt at his tender age, has started 11-0 with an amazing 1.19 ERA and an out of his world 0.76 WHIP in his first 15 starts of the 2009 campaign.

Dinges has 13 of 15 quality starts and has thrown 98.1 innings allowing just an amazing 11 walks and only 2 home runs in that span. He won SL Pitcher Of The Months Awards in May and June and was selected to his second SIMBL All-Star Game making his first career start in the game for the SL.

Dinges is on pace to possibly have the best season ever thus far in SIMBL history and already stands at 46-22 with a 2.68 ERA in his young career and still looks to have the best years of his career yet ahead of him.

JUNE 24, 2009

BENNETT'S SAVE STREAK SURVIVES AS CALGARY'S CAMPBELL IS STOPPED AT 43 STRAIGHT

Clips' Closer Blows First Save Of Season In 8-7 Bears' Comeback Win

(SIMBL LEAGUE OFFICE)- Columbus closer Aaron Bennett's amazing streak of 46 straight save conversions will remain a record as Calgary's John Campbell blew his first save of the season, and only the third in his two and a half season career in 2009 SIM 12. Campbell had saved 43 consecutive games and comes up three short of tying Bennett's record set in 2007.

Campbell entered the bottom of the 9th inning with a 7-3 lead over Newark on June 24th. He was roughed up for three runs on three consecutive hits in 2/3 of an inning taking the loss in a 8-7 come from behind win for the Bears of GM Bob Currier. The 23 year-old Campbell is having an outstanding season with a 1.88 ERA and 17 saves.

Texas' fireball closer Alex Fabregas now has the SIMBL's longest consecutive save streak at 30 straight games. Portland's All-Star closer Richard Lynch has saved 25 straight for the Punishers.

MAY 26, 2009

HITMEN'S 'BLACKJACK' IS PERFECT!

Chicago Ace Farrelly Shuts Down San Diego With 2nd Perfect Game In SIMBL History; Second No-No In A Week; Third Of The Month

Chicago ace Miles Farrelly (above) mows down San Diego hitters on his way to the second perfect game thrown in SIMBL history and second thrown this season.

Tuesday 5/26/2009: It's El Perfecto time for Miles Farrelly against San Diego

CHICAGO - Chicago's right-hander Miles "Blackjack" Farrelly is a really great pitcher. And he once again showed his stuff while making history, blanking San Diego on no hits. The crowd of 38,249 gave him a standing ovation when teammates carried him off the field on their shoulders. 'Wow, what a nice day. I guess I had a good breakfast today. That's a dream coming true for me!' Farrelly (4-2) was overpowering, fanning 12 while walking none, throwing 111 pitches. Chicago's centerfielder Eddie Meas finished 1 for 5, blasting a homerun, and collecting 3 RBI. That was enough to support the brilliant performance of Farrelly. Chicago improved its record to 23-26, scoring 9 runs on 11 hits.

After nearly five seasons of previously not having a perfect game, the SIMBL has seen two thrown in the last month. Calgary's Casey George threw the league's first perfect game in it's history on May 3, 2009.

Farrelly's gem not only is the 8th no-hitter in SIMBL history, it is the second in four days. Oregon's George Anderson threw a no-no on May 23. The three no-hitters in May, 2009 are a SIMBL record oddity.

MAY 23, 2009

OREGON'S ANDERSON THROWS 7TH NO-HITTER IN SIMBL HISTORY

Perfect Game Bid Broken In 9th With Walk To Palomares

Oregon veteran starting pitcher George Anderson (above) pumps his fist as he smells a no-hitter after retiring the side in the 8th inning. Anderson became the sixth pitcher in SIMBL history to throw a no-hitter in 2009 SIM 7.

Saturday 5/23/2009: George Anderson dominates Carolina, throws NO-HITTER

CAROLINA - Carolina's bats were sleeping, and Oregon's George Anderson gave them no chance at all to wake up. He was untouchable in firing a no-hitter in his 12th game started this season. Pedro Palomares spoiled the bid for a perfect game when he walked with 1 away in the 9th inning. Anderson (4-1) fanned 7 and walked 1, throwing 99 pitches. 'Well, the ball went where I wanted it. I was able to hit the corners with all of my pitches. I'm so happy that it was enough to pitch such a great game.' The hitting star for Oregon was third baseman Joseph Montoya, he finished 2 for 3, homering once, and driving in 3 runs. Oregon improved its record to 29-18, scoring 8 runs on 12 hits.

Anderson's no-hitter comes 19 days after Calgary's Travis Boyd threw the first perfect game in SIMBL history. The two gems by Boyd and Anderson are the closest no-hitters thrown in the five season history of the league.

Anderson (4/9/8) is a 31 year-old crafty veteran who was selected in the 12th round of the Inaugural SIMBL Draft in 2005. He is off to a 4-1 start in 2009 with a 4.00 ERA. Anderson is 58-52 in his SIMBL career and ranks 13th all-time in SIMBL wins.

MAY 3, 2009

EL PERFECTO!

It Takes Nearly Five Seasons But Calgary's Boyd Throws First Perfect Game In SIMBL History; Admits Using Stanley List Omission As Motivation

Calgary SP Travis Boyd (above) is doused by his Clippers teammates with celebratory champagne as they celebrate Boyd's perfect game in 2009 SIM 4. Boyd's masterpiece was the first perfect game in SIMBL history.

Sunday 5/3/2009: It's El Perfecto time for Travis Boyd against Pensacola

CALGARY - Pensacola's bats were sleeping, and Calgary's Travis Boyd gave them no chance at all to wake up. He was untouchable in firing a perfect game in his 7th game started this season. The crowd of 44,511 in Calgary's Victors Field gave him a standing ovation when teammates carried him off the field on their shoulders. 'Wow, what a nice day. I guess I had a good breakfast today. That's a dream coming true for me!' Boyd (6-1) struck out 6 and walked none, throwing 51 of 79 pitches for strikes. Calgary's shortstop Serafin Fradera got 4 hits in 4 AB, homering once, and collecting 4 RBI. That was enough to support the brilliant performance of Boyd. Calgary scored 13 runs on 14 hits.

Boyd, the 2005 GM UL Hurler Of The Year, is off to a fantastic start this season as he is 6-1 with a 1.85 ERA and 6 quality starts in 7 total starts for the 22-7 UL Central-leading Clippers. He has allowed three runs or less in all of his starts thus far in the 2009 season and two runs or less in five of his seven starts.

Boyd admitted to some recent motivation before his perfect outing against the Red Sox. Long-time SIMBL veteran scribe Lance Stanley's annual list of the top ten starting pitchers in the SIMBL was published recently and Boyd took to heart that he was left off the list and even the second-tier list released by Stanley each year.

"Yes, Casey (teammate Casey George) and I talked about that list yesterday and we both took it personally. To leave us both of that list was a slap in the face to both of us and I must say, it motivated me and will continue to for the rest of the season," said Boyd. Despite the snub off of the list, George is the current all-time win leader in SIMBL history with 69. Boyd is tied with New York's Michael Arnett for third place on the list with 65 career SIMBL wins.

Boyd's gem was the 6th no-hitter and first perfect game in the SIMBL's five season history to date. He becomes the fifth SIMBL pitcher to keep a team hitless over 9 innings joining Brooklyn's Marcus Dinges (twice), New York's John McCasland, Bend's Walter Lopez and his Clippers teammate Casey George.

SIMBL HISTORY - NO HITTERS
9/25/2006, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 5 K, 1 BB
9/19/2007, John McCasland (CLE), 6 K, 1 BB
4/13/2008, Walter Lopez (BEN), 8 K, 4 BB
8/31/2008, Marcus Dinges (BKN), 9 K, 1 BB
9/29/2008, Casey George (CGY), 3 K, 3 BB
5/3/2009, Travis Boyd (CGY), 6 K, 0 BB (PERFECT GAME!
OFFSEASON 2009

DH REALIGNMENT HITS THE SIMBL

Realignment with the implementation of the DH into the SIMBL occured before the 2009 SIMBL season. All SIMBL GMs voted on the DH issue and it was decided, after long debate, that the SIMBL would be divided into a DH conference (Union League) and Non-DH conference (Syndicate League)

Original SL teams Boston, Los Angeles, New York and Texas migrated by DH choice to the UL. Augusta, Brooklyn, Carolina and Pocatello went to the Non-DH SL by voted choice.

Divisions were realigned then with Boston and Bristol replacing Augusta and Brooklyn, who went to the SL East, in the UL East. Original UL East Pensacola moved to the UL Central. Los Angeles and Texas moved to the UL West replacing Carolina, who went to the SL Central, and Pocatello, who went to the SL West.

Asheville was moved to the SL Central from the SL East.

Also beginning with the 2009 season by league voting, the SIMBL put into effect interleague play and voted out the use of the Rule 5 draft. The decision to stay with the 6.5 version of the OOTP game was voted on with future considerations to be used if needed to evolve to the OOTP 2007+ software.

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2040 SIMBL GM AWARDS

GMOTY CARTER ORE
UL SOTY VASQUEZ ORE
SL SOTY COOPER TB
UL HOTY CABRERA BEN
SL HOTY LAUX BOS
UL MROTY MARINO BRI
SL MROTY CAMPBELL BOS
UL FOTY CHASE NY
SL FOTY VIRGIL ASH
UL ROTY VASQUEZ ORE
SL ROTY GONZALEZ LV

2040 SIMBL CS:
ASHEVILLE 4 NEW YORK 2

2040 SIMBL LCS:
NEW YORK 4 OREGON 2
ASHEVILLE 4 NORFOLK 3

2040 SIMBL LDS:
OREGON 4 BRISTOL 0
NEW YORK 4 CALGARY 2
ASHEVILLE 4 BOSTON 2
NORFOLK 4 HOLLYWOOD 1

UL EastWLGB
New York9864-
Bristol94684
Whitby90728
Westbury689430
UL CentralWLGB
Calgary8676-
Dallas768610
Toronto738913
Texas6110125
UL WestWLGB
Oregon9963-
Bend837916
Cleveland709229
Seattle689431
SL EastWLGB
Norfolk8874-
Boston87751
Rochester81817
Chicago80828
SL CentralWLGB
Asheville9369-
Tampa Bay85778
Las Vegas837910
Knoxville828011
SL WestWLGB
Hollywood8478-
Hawaii82802
San Diego719113
Sacramento6210022
PlayerTmWAR
A. VasquezORE10.8
P. RiveraASH9.3
D. RylesWBY7.7
J. RoperWBY7.3
H. GordonBOS7.2
PlayerTmAVG
D. StylesHAW.338
A. VasquezORE.334
J. BarkerHWD.322
K. ShimazuORE.317
A. SakataROC.314
PlayerTmH
A. VasquezORE216
M. MacNamaraWBY212
J. BarkerHWD208
K. CooperTB207
K. ShimazuORE201
PlayerTmR
A. VasquezORE142
P. RiveraASH122
K. KatoTOR112
K. CooperTB106
J. BarkerHWD104
PlayerTmBB
D. JonesBRI109
N. YokotaNFK102
N. EricksonSAC102
J. KovachNY101
A. HikaruASH98
PlayerTmOBP
A. VasquezORE.420
D. RylesWBY.403
S. DawsonORE.402
J. EscobarHWD.397
B. MitchellSAC.392
PlayerTmSLG
D. RylesWBY.568
K. CooperTB.564
P. RiveraASH.548
H. HendersonCGY.541
V. StewartNFK.525
PlayerTmOPS
D. RylesWBY.971
K. CooperTB.913
H. HendersonCGY.903
A. VasquezORE.895
B. MitchellSAC.894
PlayerTmD
J. RoperWBY46
M. MacNamaraWBY46
J. EscobarHWD45
A. VasquezORE42
K. CooperTB42
PlayerTmT
P. RiveraASH15
C. LoganCHI12
A. VasquezORE11
J. KovachNY10
J. RoperWBY10
PlayerTmHR
K. CooperTB44
P. RiveraASH43
G. KnightLV40
D. RylesWBY37
J. DiazTB37
PlayerTmRBI
K. CooperTB127
B. PapeshORE122
F. Garraway Jr.TOR118
D. RylesWBY114
J. DiazTB113
PlayerTmSB
K. KatoTOR113
J. BarkerHWD95
A. VasquezORE91
M. PriceSEA75
R. HeltonSEA73
PlayerTmERA
M. KilbaneTEX2.13
M. CabreraBEN2.13
J. WeaverBRI2.57
C. LauxBOS2.72
G. VickersDAL2.81
PlayerTmW
C. RivasWBY20
A. KingHWD19
C. GomezBRI19
R. CamachoNY19
M. KnoxDAL18
PlayerTmWHIP
M. CabreraBEN1.04
C. LauxBOS1.05
W. ThompsonCLE1.06
M. KilbaneTEX1.06
C. GomezBRI1.07
PlayerTmIP
B. VinciLV266.0
M. KilbaneTEX265.7
J. WagnerCHI264.7
R. SummersBRI264.3
M. MartinSD263.7
PlayerTmQS
M. KilbaneTEX28
J. WagnerCHI26
G. BeckettSAC26
M. KnoxDAL25
G. VickersDAL25
PlayerTmCG
M. KilbaneTEX14
J. CastanedaTEX13
M. MartinSD13
M. EvansDAL13
T. WilliamsHWD12
PlayerTmSHO
C. MartinezNY5
M. KilbaneTEX5
L. RomeroTOR4
C. MoralesORE4
J. CastanedaTEX4
PlayerTmK
C. MoralesORE279
R. SummersBRI262
B. VinciLV242
B. LynchSAC235
I. GrayBEN226
PlayerTmHLD
M. CorderoORE20
H. CampbellBOS18
R. KirkCGY18
H. St. GeorgeORE16
C. CampASH16
PlayerTmSV
D. VirgilASH44
D. ChaseNY44
Y. SutherlandCHI42
F. UrbinaBEN41
A. GuzmanTEX38

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SIMBL COVETED CUP CHAMPIONS

2039: NEW YORK 4 TAMPA 2
GM CHRIS GATTUSO
2038: TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 2
GM ERIC SAVARD
2037: TORONTO 4 SAN DIEGO 2
GM ERIC SAVARD
2036: TEXAS 4 CHICAGO 2
GM PAT FLANAGAN
2035: WESTBURY 4 CHICAGO 1
GM BILL ATTEBERRY
2034: DALLAS 4 CHICAGO 0
GM ROBERT DON
2033: S DIEGO 4 CLEVELAND 2
GM DON KRAUSE
2032: CALGARY 4 HAWAII 1
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
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

2039: NEW YORK 4 TORONTO 3
GM CHRIS GATTUSO
2038: TORONTO 4 BEND 2
GM ERIC SAVARD
2037: TORONTO 4 WHITBY 1
GM ERIC SAVARD
2036: TEXAS 4 SEATTLE 3
GM PAT FLANAGAN
2035: WESTBURY 4 CLEVE 3
GM BILL ATTEBERRY
2034: DALLAS 4 BRISTOL 1
GM ROBERT DON
2033: CLEVELAND 4 DALLAS 2
GM JONATHAN FITZGERALD
2032: CALGARY 4 WHITBY 3
GM CHRISTIAN DEMARCO
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

2039: TAMPA 4 ROCHESTER 1
GM TIM MELICAN
2038: S. DIEGO 4 ROCHESTER 0
GM PAUL WARE
2037: SAN DIEGO 4 SAC 2
GM PAUL WARE
2036: CHICAGO 4 KNOXVILLE 3
GM JOHN BOWDEN
2035: CHICAGO 4 KNOXVILLE 0
GM JOHN BOWDEN
2034: CHICAGO 4 SAN DIEGO 2
GM JOHN BOWDEN
2033: SAN DIEGO 4 H-WOOD 2
GM DON KRAUSE
2032: HAWAII 4 CHICAGO 2
GM TROY VOGEL
2031: LAS VEGAS 4 TAMPA 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 LEAGUE DATE:
12/31/2040
37th Season Of Play
File Updated: 10/18/2017
SIMBL Front Page Updated:
10/18/2017

NEXT SIMBL SIM:
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2039 League Export Rate: 61.3%
2038 League Export Rate: 57.7%
2037 League Export Rate: 55.5%
2036 League Export Rate: 57.7%
2035 League Export Rate: 58.3%
2034 League Export Rate: 71.9%
2033 League Export Rate: 78.2%
2032 League Export Rate: 73.8%
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%

SIMBL LIFELINE

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NEW YORK 4 TAMPA BAY 2
GM CHRIS GATTUSO

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