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Saturday, 19 August 2017

SIMBL SEASONAL ALL-STAR TEAMS

SIMBL ALL-STAR TEAMS & HISTORY

Career Appearances Updated Through 2032

YEAR RESULT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER HOST
2005 SL 8-6 WILFREDO ESPANA RF BELLE RIVER BELLE RIVER, CANADA
2006 SL 4-1 HAYDEN BANDY SS SAN DIEGO PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
2007 SL 6-3 JACOBO ESCARCEGA SS PORTLAND COLUMBUS, OHIO
2008 UL 4-3 MATTHEW SKINNER RF POCATELLO NEW YORK, NEW YORK
2009 UL 10-5 JOSE ZENA SS LOS ANGELES ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
2010 UL 14-4 KENNETH PLATT RF BRISTOL CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
2011 SL 6-1 EDDIE HOUSE C CHICAGO TACOMA, WASHINGTON
2012 UL 5-3 PEDRO CORIA SS NEW YORK BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT
2013 SL 8-6 BOBBY GRIMES SP SAN DIEGO MARIN, CALIFORNIA
2014 SL 5-2 ALBERTO CASARES LF PORTLAND JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
2015 SL 5-4 RONALD ONO C HARTFORD LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
2016 SL 10-8 MICHAEL KERRY CF RUSTON PORTLAND, OREGON
2017 SL 4-3 HENRY CHEESMAN LF CAROLINA TORONTO, CANADA
2018 UL 5-1 ANDREW KISSEL SS BOSTON LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS
2019 UL 6-1 PEYTON MICHAELS 2B TORONTO AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
2020 SL 9-7 SCOTTY REESE 2B ROCHESTER ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
2021 SL 4-1 WILLIE BRIGGS 2B ASHEVILLE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
2022 SL 2-1 CHANCE BAILEY 3B AUGUSTA SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA
2023 UL 3-1 VINCENT MILLER RF HAWAII BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT
2024 UL 3-0 TONY AGUILAR LF DALLAS HONOLULU, HAWAII
2025 SL 7-6 GABRIEL HERNANDEZ RF NEW YORK CLEVELAND, OHIO
2026 SL 6-4 PETER TURNER 2B CHICAGO TAMPA, FLORIDA
2027 SL 4-2 CLINT WILSON CF TAMPA BAY DALLAS, TEXAS
2028 UL 3-2 ALLEN CLARK RF WESTBURY BEND, OREGON
2029 UL 13-2 JACK SKINNER 3B NEW YORK SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
2030 SL 8-3 MICHAEL SANDERS CF ROCHESTER WESTBURY, ENGLAND
2031 SL 4-2 JIMMY WAGNER SP CHICAGO NEW YORK, NEW YORK
2032 SL 6-0 JIMMY DIETZ SP WHITBY KNOXVILLE, TENNESSE

SL Leads Series 18-10

ELEVEN-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

1B Colt McAlister Calgary (9)
SP Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas (6)
SP Richard Dicks Jr. Texas/Cleveland/Deer Lake/San Diego (4)

TEN-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

3B Daryl Ryles San Diego (10)
C Adam Wells Calgary (8)
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego (4)
LF Tony Aguilar Dallas (7)
CL Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego/Seattle (0)

NINE-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

SP Vinny Corleone Knoxville/Calgary/Deer Lake (1)
LF Carlos Molina Calgary/Hawaii/Las Vegas (4)
RF Matthew Brown Calgary/Westbury (3)

EIGHT-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

1B Ju-Won Shi Hollywood/Chicago/Deer Lake/Asheville/Oregon (2)
1B Glenn Knapp Marin/Birmingham (4)
1B/3B Troy Baca Las Vegas/New York (5)
SP Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach-Hollywood/Whitby/Las Vegas (1)
SP Oki Okada Bristol/Chicago/Hollywood (0)
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon/Dallas (0)
MR Bob Detty Calgary (0)
CL Keith Patterson Whitby (0)
CL Dez Jordan Asheville (0)
CL Cedric Issacson Las Vegas (0)
CL Barrett Jenkins Calgary/Asheville/Bristol/Rochester (0)

SEVEN-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

C Matthew Boggs Manhattan Beach-Hollywood/Oregon (2)
C Taki Taketo San Diego/Rochester/Knoxville (5)
1B Taitarou Haranobu Oregon/Toronto/Calgary (2)
SS Richard Cummings Oregon (3)
3B Osvaldo Quijada Texas (4)
3B Chance Bailey Dallas/Sunnyvale/Augusta-Charlotte-Tampa Bay/Knoxville (6)
LF Michael Lonewolf Calgary/Toronto (3)
RF Zachery Dye New York/Hollywood/Hawaii (2)
CF Miguel Espinoza Tacoma-Cleveland (4)
SP Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento (0)
SP Alberto Tovar San Diego/Rochester (2)

SIX-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

C Micah Irwin Las Vegas (3)
C Adam Wilson New York (6)
C Eddie House Chicago (6)
1B Artie Bradley New York/Dallas (2)
1B/DH DeShaun Mack Boston-Montreal/San Diego/Asheville (5)
1B Toby Gibson Whitby (1)
2B Paul Rose Dallas (6)
2B Duane Fuller Portland-Colchester/Deer Lake/Seattle (3)
SS Jonathan Lizotte Toronto/Westbury (3)
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento/Deer Lake (4)
SS Serafin Fradera Calgary (3)
CF Kendrick Templeton Sacramento/Hawaii (3)
RF Joe Hayes Knoxville (3)
RF Julian Winfield Rochester/San Diego/Tampa Bay (4)
RF Ty Brown Oregon (3)
LF Benjamin Rodriguez Bend/Boston (4)
LF Ray Barrot Las Vegas/Calgary (5)
LF Dominick Lund Boston (4)
CF Eddie Meas Jacksonville/Chicago (4)
SP Glenn Murphy Chicago/Deer Lake/Sacramento (2)
CL Juan Carlos Bermudez Boston (0)
CL Chris Ross Knoxville (0)
MR Scott Williams Seattle (0)
MR Steven Pfleuger Cleveland/Tampa Bay (0)
CL Bill Hyer San Diego/Lowell (0)

FIVE-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

C Joe Gibbs Sacramento (4)
C Ronald Ono Newark (2)
1B David Jackson San Diego (1)
1B John Athey Belle River/Tacoma/Portland (3)
2B Peter Turner Chicago (1)
2B Alberto Andrade Los Angeles (3)
3B Deryk Ryles Hawaii (3)
SS Hayden Bandy San Diego (3)
CF Lance Stanley III Dallas (1)
CF Pablo Figueroa San Diego (4)
CF James Randell Brooklyn/Birmingham (2)
CF James Mahaffey Portland/Poctatello/Marin (5)
CF Roy Prather Whitby (2)
RF Kody Ware New York (1)
RF Derek Dixon Tacoma-Cleveland/Las Vegas (2)
RF Dustin Powers Hartford-Whitby (2)
SP Jimmy Wagner Chicago (0)
SP Brody McIllmoyle Asheville (0)
SP Brian Woods Whitby/Westbury/Oregon/Bristol (0)
SP Gustave Sequin Hollywood/Dallas/Boston (0)
SP Anthony Puffer Las Vegas/Boston/Cleveland (0)
SP Richard Dicks Sr. Marin (1)
SP Miles Farrelly Chicago (1)
MR Jimmy Kenney Chicago
CL John Raynor Sacramento (0)
MR Luis Martinez Oregon/Calgary/Bend (0)
MR/CL Frank Emery Belle River/Las Vegas (0)

FOUR-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

C Aaron Rasch San Diego (4)
1B Cody Taylor Deer Lake (2)
1B Nelson Nelly Knoxville (1)
2B Peyton Michaels Toronto (3)
SS Gran Moulder Hawaii (2)
2B Michael Caldwell Boston/Bend (1)
2B/SS Jose Arenas Los Angeles (3)
2B Lucas Espitia San Diego (4)
SS Michael Morgan Toronto (2)
SS Israel Moton San Diego (2)
SS/3B Jeff Myers New York/Boston/Bend (1)
3B Billy Goodwin Asheville (0)
3B Carl Chaulk Las Vegas (1)
3B Kevin Cox Dallas/Whitby (3)
3B Bill Falco Calgary (1)
OF Akiro Hikaru Tampa Bay (2)
CF Marc Carter Hollywood/Las Vegas (2)
LF Jake Boles Tampa Bay (4)
LF Michael Blackwell San Diego (0)
LF Maiku Inejiro Oregon/Marin (2)
RF Alberto Delgado Bend (3)
RF Cesar Delgado Chicago/Astoria/Oregon (1)
RF Christopher Pearson Sunnyvale/Astoria/Westbury (1)
RF Bruce Lorenzo Bristol (3)
RF Robert Campbell Bristol/San Diego/Hartford (2)
SP Bartolo Carrasco Tampa Bay (0)
SP Casey Barker New York (0)
SP Fernando Martinez Hawaii (0)
SP Warren Lane Whitby (1)
SP Sean O'Neal Knoxville/San Diego (0)
SP Billy Russell Cleveland (0)
SP Antonio Soto Asheville (0)
SP Deangelo Ceja Tacoma-Asheville/Whitby (0)
SP Raynald Charron Texas/Dallas (0)
SP Craig Byrd Calgary/Chicago (2)
SP Michael Gambino Oregon (0)
SP James Sousa Los Angeles (2)
SP Michael Arnett Atlantic City/Newark/New York/LA (2)
SP Walter Lopez Bend (1)
SP Jamie Coop Calgary (0)
SP Isogorou Chomei Montreal/Calgary (0)
SP Michael Munroe San Diego (0)
SP Felix Murff San Diego (0)
MR Timmy Ward Boston (0)
MR Patrick Anderson Seattle (0)
RP Donald Miller Deer Lake/Cleveland (0)
CL Dominic Wilson Texas (0)
CL Todd Newell Hawaii (0)
CL Kerry Powell Boston-Westbury (0)
MR/CL Francisco Leon New York (0)
MR Darrell Brown Knoxville/Rochester (0)
MR/CL Ron Orr Bristol/Chicago (0)
MR/CL Aaron Vukevich Astoria/Chicago (0)
MR/CL Andrew Walker Los Angeles-Hawaii/Westbury (0)
MR Jake Jackson Chicago/Cleveland (0)
CL Earl Long Rochester/Cleveland (0)
MR/CL Tyson Wieland Augusta (0)
MR David Kimbell Boston (0)
CL Juan Rivera Dallas (0)
CL Pat Carver Astoria (0)
CL Mathew Chow Boston (0)

THREE-TIME SIMBL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS/(STARTS):

C Steven Dawson Dallas (1)
C Eddie Bryant Boston/Cleveland (1)
1B/DH Vince Crocker Dallas (1)
1B James Mitchell Boston-Montreal-Westbury (0)
1B/OF Jason Flynt Knoxville/Cleveland (2)
1B Tommy King Las Vegas/Lowell (0)
1B Michael Hussey San Diego/Ruston (2)
1B Chris Cota Carolina/Calgary (2)
1B Mike Chisholm Pensacola/Kitchener (3)
1B Kenny Blumberg San Diego/Hartford (1)
2B Valentin Santos Tampa Bay (3)
2B/CF Santino DaBramo Texas/Westbury (1)
2B/SS SS Dante Dawson Hawaii/San Diego (3)
2B LaDamian Hendrix Westbury (1)
2B Cal Roberts Las Vegas (2)
2B Hernan Colombo Boston (2)
SS Timmy Barry Westbury (1)
SS Austin Belaska Calgary (2)
SS Pablo Young New York/Hollywood (3)
SS Francisco Santos Chicago (3)
SS Victor Cruz Las Vegas (1)
SS Israel Moton San Diego (2)
SS Luis Franco Toronto/Brooklyn (2)
3B Bill Wilhelm Westbury (2)
3B R.J. Poole Chicago (1)
LF Lionel Pendleton Knoxville (0)
LF Jaime Gonzalez Carolina/Dalton (2)
LF Pedro Vizcaino Portland/Hartford (2)
LF Glenn Lathem Columbus (2)
CF Manny Foster Cleveland (2)
CF Michael Sanders Rochester (1)
CF Joshua Bradford Augusta/Rochester/Las Vegas (1)
CF Barry Grady Bristol (1)
CF Joe Buchanan Rochester/San Diego/Boston
CF Santiago Hernandez San Diego (0)
CF Matthew Shaner Bristol (1)
RF Leonard Williamson Colchester-Boston/Seattle
RF Matt Kramer Bristol (0)
RF Gabriel Hernandez New York (0)
RF Jason Flynt Knoxville/Las Vegas (0)
RF Kory Stone San Diego/Boston (2)
RF/DH John Adams New York (1)
RF Alberto Casares Portland (2)
RF Matthew Skinner Pocatello/Oregon (2)
RF Blake Hamilton Pensacola/Marin (1)
RF Wilbert Prager Augusta (3)
RF Charles Hopes Texas/Bend (3)
SP Mohammed Alvarez Calgary (1)
SP Sammy Flynn Bristol (0)
SP Hayden James Calgary (0)
SP Francisco Martinez Oregon (0)
SP Durante Montero Bristol (0)
SP Manuel Cabrera Bend (0)
SP Brock Vinci Seattle (0)
SP Shane Hollingsworth Bend (0)
SP Country Joe Thomas Texas/Knoxville/Boston (0)
SP Bryson Redmond Westbury/New York (0)
SP Riley Charboneau Las Vegas (0)
SP Brian Irving Asheville (0)
SP Trevor Brooks Boston/Whitby/Hawaii (0)
SP Odon Quinto Whitby/Calgary/Bristol (0)
SP Trevor Brooks Whitby/Hawaii (0)
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester (0)
SP Ross Brooks Dallas (0)
SP Bartolo Vera Manhattan Beach-Hollywood (0)
SP Rolland Levebvre Hartford/Dallas (0)
SP Colby Campbell Boston/Calgary (0)
SP Robert Carson Texas (1)
SP Dennis Hunt Texas (0)
SP Pedro Ramirez Oregon/Birmingham (3)
SP Marcus Dinges Brooklyn/Birmingham (1)
SP Roland Clark Augusta/Pocatello (1)
SP John McClary Bristol (0)
SP/MR Stan Pennington Rochester/San Diego (0)
MR Domingo Francisco Manhattan Beach/Calgary (0)
MR Ramiro Moreno Las Vegas/Boston (0)
MR Clarence Foster New York (0)
MR Chad Bryan New York
MR Richard Beatty Oregon (0)
MR Angel Soriano Hawaii (0)
MR Larry Hamilton Toronto (0)
MR Alex Martin Rochester (0)
MR Robert McFadden Sunnyvale/Oregon/Whitby (0)
MR Chet Fisher New York (0)
CL John Coburn Calgary
CL Dontrelle Jackson Texas/Hawaii (0)
CL Andrew Steele New York (0)
MR/CL RP Blair Singleton Las Vegas/Deer Lake (0)
MR/CL Billy Ray Mendette Calgary/Cleveland/Las Vegas (0)
CL William Randazzo Chicago (0)
CL Michael Harper Dalton (0)
CL Jeffrey Dempsey Asheville (0)
MR/CL Chiohiko Morie Brooklyn/Moscow (0)
CL Richard Lynch Portland (0)
CL John Campbell Calgary (0)
CL Brian Studdard Bristol (0)

FIRST FILE ERA 2005-2018

UNION LEAGUE YEARLY STARTING LINEUPS


BOLD TYPE INDICATES REPEAT STARTER CHOICES

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010
2011 2012
2013 2014
2015 2016 2017 2018
C MOMORU ATC
WELLS CGY
WELLS CGY
WELLS CGY
WELLS CGY
WELLS CGY WELLS CGY
ONO HFD WELLS CGY
WELLS CGY
ONO HFD SCHERER BOS
DENMAN DAL
SILVER LA
1B ARNOLD ATC
KNAPP MAR
CHISHOLM PEN
CHISHOLM PEN
CHISHOLM PEN
KNAPP MAR KNAPP MAR KNAPP MAR
HARANOBU CGY HONAKER CGY
HONAKER CGY
ENTWISTLE MAR
BURKEY BOS
COTA CGY
2B
CROWE EDM
SERRANO TAC
WALKER CGY
WALKER CGY
WALKER CGY AZEVEDO MAR ANDRADE LA
ANDRADE LA
AZEVEDO MAR
YUKO CGY
ARENAS LA
COLOMO BOS
YUKO CGY
COLOMBO BOS
SS
BASALDUA BRI
FRANCO TOR
FRANCO TOR FRADERA CGY
ZENA LA
FRADERA CGY
ZENA NWK
CORIA NY
FRADERA CGY
FLORES BRI
LIZOTTE TOR
FOLEY DLS
ARENAS LA
KISSEL BOS
3B FALCO CGY
WESTRICK AUG
COLDIRON BEN
WESTRICK AUG COLDIRON BEN
PELZER MAR
QUIJADA TEX
QUIJADA TEX
HUDSON NY
QUIJADA TEX
SMITH CGY
RAMIREZ DLS
RAMIREZ DLS
LIZOTTE TOR
LF
LATHEM EDM
LATHEM COL
SULLIVAN CGY
ANTONUCCI NWK
LUND BOS
INEJIRO MAR
INEJIRO MAR
SULLIVAN CGY
PRICE CGY
LUND BOS
GONZALEZ DAL
RODRIGEZ BEN
RODRIGEZ BEN BATAJUNGI TOR
CF
GATTON BEN
GEORGE ATC
SHANER BRI
GILMORE CGY
STRASSER MAR PLATT BRI MAHAFFEY MAR NILSEN DAL
MAHAFFEY MAR
NILSEN DAL
GWYNN BOS
GWYNN BOS
GRADY BRI
LATTA CGY
RF
PRAGER AUG PRAGER AUG
CAMPBELL BRI
SKINNER POC
HOPES BEN
LORENZO BRI LORENZO BRI
CAMPBELL HFD
LORENZO BRI
LORENZO BRI
ADAMS NY
SAIZ NY
LATHEM HFD
BARROT CGY
SP
CLARK AUG
CLARK AUG
BRIONES BRI
LEVERETT PEN
DICKS MAR SOUSA LA
ARNETT LA
SOUSA LA
POWELL DA
LOPEZ BEN
HATFIELD DAL CARSON TEX
BUSHMAN TEX
WICKS SAC
HOST BELLE RIVER
PENSACOLA COLUMBUS NEW YORK
CAROLINA
CHARLOTTE
TACOMA BRISTOL
MARIN
JACKSONVILLE LAS VEGAS PORTLAND
TORONTO LOWELL

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BOLD TYPE INDICATES REPEAT STARTER CHOICES

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
2016
2017
2018
C PALOMARES MON
PALAMORES MON STREETS CLE
HOUSE CHI
HOUSE CH
HOUSE CHI
HOUSE CHI
HOUSE CHI
HOUSE CHI
VILLATORO TAC
RASCH SD
RASCH SD
RASCH SD
RASCH SD
1B
ATHEY BEL
HARANOBU ORE
ATHEY BEL
ZARAGOZA CHI ATHEY POR
BLUMBERG SD NELSON LV BACA LV
BACA LV
QUIROS SD
BACA LV COTA CAR
HUSSEY SD
HUSSEY RUS
2B
ESCARCEGA POR
RAMIREZ DAL
ANDRADE LA
SANTILLO NY
ESPITIA SD
WALKER POC ESPITIA SD ESPITIA
SD
PHILLIPS ORE ESPITIA SD
FULLER POR STANHOPE RUS
FULLER POR
TAKAHASHI RUS
SS
BANDY SD
BANDY SD
ESCARCEGA POR
CORONADO CHI
CUMMINGS ORE
BANDY SD
VALENCIA CHI CARROZZA JAX
MOTON SD
CUMMINGS ORE
MOTON SD
CUMMINGS ORE
CUMMINGS ORE
MUNSEY CHI
3B
RYLES SD
RYLES SD RYLES SD
RYLES SD RYLES SD RYLES SD RYLES SD
ARENAS CAR
RYLES SD
RYLES SD
RYLES SD
DONMOYER RUS
HERRERA ORE
POOLE CHI
LF
MEAS JAX
MEAS JAX
LUND BOS
ATEN LA
MEAS CHI
SKINNER ORE
GONZALEZ CAR
PRICE POC
ESPINOSA LV
BARROT LV
BARROT LV
ESPINOSA RUS
CHEESMAN CAR
FIGUEROA SD
CF
MAHAFFEY POR
MAHAFFEY POR
ARMAS TEX
JENNING BOS
RANDELL BKN MAHAFFEY POC RANDELL BKN
BARROT LV
BARROT LV
HERNANDEZ SD
KERRY JAX KERRY RUS
FIGUEROA SD
FUSCO LHV
RF
ESPANA BEL
ESPANA BEL
HOPES TEX
HOPES TEX
VIZCAINO POR
TATE ORE
PRAGER AUG
ALESHIRE CHI
CASARES POR
CASARES POR
FIGUEROA SD FIGUEROA SD
ESPINOSA RUS
ORTIZ ORE
SP
FARRELLY CHI
MCCASLAND CLE
MCCASLAND CLE
ARNETT NY
DINGES BKN
RAMIREZ ORE
GRIMES SD GRIMES SD
RODRIQUEZ ORE
RAMIREZ ORE
RAMIREZ BIR HASSEL SD
GRIMES SD
MURPHY CHI

NEW FILE ERA 2019-CURRENT

UNION LEAGUE YEARLY STARTING LINEUPS


BOLD TYPE INDICATES REPEAT STARTER CHOICES


2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032
C PERILLO CGY WILSON BOS BALLARD BEN WILSON MON HOOVER BRI WILSON NY WILSON NY WILSON NY WILSON NY BOGGS ORE DAWSON DAL MONTESANTO TEX WILSON NY ULLHOM TOR
1B MCALISTER CGY BLAYLOCK AST MCALISTER CGY BLAYLOCK ORE MCALISTER CGY MCALISTER CGY MCALISTER CGY BRADLEY NY MCALISTER CGY GIBSON WBY MCALISTER CGY BURNS WBY HENDERSON CGY BRADLEY NY
2B MICHAELS TOR CAMPBELL HFD ROSE DAL MICHAELS TOR ROSE DAL ROSE DAL ROSE DAL ROSE DAL RIVERA BRI MICHAELS TOR ROSE DAL JACKSON CGY HENDRIX WBY JACKSON CGY
SS BRIGGS AST HORNER BOS MYERS NY MORGAN TOR YOUNG NY MORGAN TOR YOUNG NY MORGAN TOR SUZUKI WBY BELASKA CGY BARRY WES BELASKA CGY GARCIA DAL JEFFRIES CLE
3B BAILEY DAL BAILEY DAL WEBB NY WYATT TOR WADDELL CGY BACA NY BACA NY WILHELM WES WILHELM WES COX DAL SKINNER NY COX DAL LIZOTTE WBY COX WBY
OF BROWN CGY BROWN CGY AGUILAR DAL AGUILAR DAL AGUILAR DAL
AGUILAR DAL AGUILAR DAL
AGUILAR DAL DIXON CLE AGUILAR DAL BROWN ORE WARE NY PEREZ TEX ABREU SEA
OF MONTALBANO ORE DELGADO BEN DIXON TAC DYE NY DELGADO BEN
DELGADO BEN POWERS WBY BROWN ORE WARE NY WILLIAMSON SEA FOSTER CLE PRATHER WBY PRATHER WBY FOSTER CLE
OF MOLINA CGY MOLINA CGY DYE NY ESPINOZA CLE STANLEY III DAL
ESPINOZA CLE DYE NY ESPINOZA CLE EPINOZA CLE DABRAMO TEX PAPESH ORE DABRAMO TEX LONEWOLF TOR SAMPSON BRI
DH
WRIGHT BRI POWERS HFD MACK BOS MACK MON MACK MON MOLINA CGY BROWN ORE PEARSON WES CROCKER DAL MIDDLETON CGY LONEWOLF TOR LONEWOLF TOR MCALISTER CGY MCALISTER CGY
SP MORGAN CGY CAMPBELL BOS CORLEONE CGY KNAPPER CGY BYRD CGY DICKS JR. TEX DICKS JR. CLE DICKS JR. CLE DICKS JR. CLE FLYNN BRI LANE WBY RICHARDS TEX ALVAREZ CGY DIETZ WBY
HOST AUGUSTA ASHEVILLE CHICAGO SACRAMENTO BRISTOL HAWAII CLEVELAND TAMPA BAY DALLAS BEND SEATTLE WESTBURY NEW YORK KNOXVILLE

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BOLD TYPE INDICATES REPEAT STARTER CHOICES

2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032
C BOGGS MAN BRYANT COL TAKETO SD TAKETO SD TAKETO SD IRWIN LV IRWIN LV TAKETO KNX TAKETO KNX GIBBS SAC GIBBS SAC GIBBS SAC GIBBS SAC IRWIN LV
1B DUNCAN ASH HENDRICKS KNX HODGES SD KEITH SAC LEWIS LV FLYNT LV SHI HWD SHI CHI TEMPLETON SAC JACKSON SD NELLY KNX STUART HAW TAYLOR DL ALBERT TB
2B CORBIN SD REESE ROC ROBERTS LV REESE ROC FULLER DL ROBERTS LV INE HWD TURNER CHI EAGEN ASH DAWSON HAW DAWSON HAW SANTOS TB SANTOS TB SANTOS TB
SS FORRESTER KNX ALVAREZ MAN CALDWELL COL TURNER BOS ALVAREZ HWD
SANTOS CHI CRUZ LV SANTOS CHI SANTOS CHI MOULDER HAW YOUNG HWD MOULDER HAW MARQUEZ SAC DAWSON SD
3B CARTER SNY WEBB CHI BAILEY SNY BAILEY AUG BAILEY CHA BAILEY CHA RAYNES SAC RAYNES SAC RAYNES SAC RAYNES SAC RYLES HAW CAULK LV RYLES HAW RYLES HAW
OF MCPHERSON ASH DELGADO CHI WINFIELD ROC SHEPPARD BOS MCPHERSON ASH HAYES KNX BUCHANAN ROC BRADFORD LV HAYES KNX CARTER LV BOLES TB BOLES TB BOLES TB WINFIELD TB
OF MILLS LA MILLS LA STONE SD BRADFORD AUG MILLER HAW CARTER HWD HAYES KNX VETA CHI STEPHENSON ROC HIKARU TB CONNER TB WINFIELD TB HIKARU TB TEMPLETON HAW
OF O'NEIL SNY STONE SD FLYNT KNX PROCTOR HAW WINFIELD ROC RODRIGUEZ BOS TEMPLETON SAC HAYES KNX WILSON TB STANTON SAC UNDERWOOD DL UNDERWOOD DL SANDERS ROC UNDERWOOD DL
DH SEYMOUR ROC WILLIAMSON COL REYES COL HAMILTON HWD HAMILTON HWD HAMILTON HWD MACK SD RODRIGUEZ BOS MACK ASH GARRETT KNX TAYLOR DL MOLINA HAW STUART HAW BOLES TB
SP FORRESTER SD BRUNO MAN GRIMES SD TOVAR SD TOVAR SD MURPHY DL BYRD CHI ALEXANDER LV ALEXANDER LV ALEXANDER LV ANDERSON LV ANDERSON LV ANDERSON LV CALLAHAN TB

2032: SL 6 UL 0

MVP: Jimmy Dietz SP Whitby
2 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 1 K
Venue: Jack Daniels Field, Knoxville, Tennessee

SL HOLDS UL TO THREE HITS, DOMINATES IN 6-0 SHUOUT IN 2032 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

The U.S. Armed Force's legendary Blue Angels fly over Jack Daniels Field after the national anthem was played to start the 2032 SIMBL All-Star Field in Knoxville, Tennessee.

The Syndicate League continued their mastery of the Union League in the SIMBL All-Star Games by holding the UL bats to a measly three hits en route to a dominating 6-0 victory in the 2032 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game hosted by GM Andy Hutchinson's Lumberkings in Knoxville, Tennessee.

The three hits tie an All-Star Game record for fewest hits and the shutout was only the second in the 28 SIMBL All-Star Games held joining the first in a UL 3-0 victory in 2024.  The SL held the UL hitless going into the top of the 7th inning when Seattle's Octavio Abreu broke up the no-hitter threat with a single.

Oddly enough, Whitby's UL starter Jimmy Dietz was named game MVP throwing two innings of no-hit and no-run ball while walking and striking out one each.  Deer Lake CF Brady Underwood went two-for-three with a run scored and two RBI on two singles.

The SL jumped to a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the third knocking around Bristol's Sammy "The Bull" Flynn for four runs on four hits.  

With one out, Tampa Bay 2B Valentin Santos, making his third consecutive SL start at second base, was hit by a pitch by Flynn. Hawaii's six-time All-Star Kendrick Templeton reached on an error by Oregon catcher Jesse Mulhann which moved Santos to third base. Deer Lake's Brady Underwood then knocked them both in with a two-run single.  A wild pitch by Flynn moved Underwood to third base as Tampa Bay's 2030 SL MVP Julian Winfield flied out.  Tampa Bay's 2029 SL MVP Jake Boles then singled in Underwood for a 3-0 SL lead. Hawaii's Deryk Ryles then singled moving Boles to second.  Yet another Tampa Bay teammate, 1B Jake Albert, then singled in Boles for a 4-0 lead before Las Vegas catcher Micah Irwin ended the big inning with a fly out.

The SL struck again in the bottom of the 7th when Boston veteran Leonard Williamson, making his first All-Star Game appearance since the 2028 season, singled off of Whitby's former UL Hurler Of The Year Warren Lane.  Two batters later, Knoxville phenom Marcos Guerrero doubled in Williamson for a 5-0 SL lead.

Hawaii slugger Roger Marcum then put the nail in the coffin with a solo home run off of Calgary's Domingo Francisco in the bottom of the eighth inning for the final 6-0 score.

All positional players and rested pitchers played in the game as is the usual tried custom.

The SL now holds a dominating 18-10 series lead in the rivalry and has now won the past three straight SIMBL Midsummer Classics.

All SIMBL teams were represented by at least one player and all SIMBL GMs were in attendance and boasted about Knoxville's great treatment and detail to the annual SIMBL All-Star Game break extravaganza in Knoxville's Jack Daniels Field.

2031: SL 4 UL 2

MVP: Jimmy Wagner SP Chicago
2 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 3 K W
Venue: Enforcers Field, New York, New York

SL GETS PAST UL 4-2 IN 2031 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME


The SIMBL's finest clown around prior to the league's 27th annual All-Star Game in New York's sold out Enforcers Field.  The SL won its second straight game after two consecutive previous losses to increase their lead in the all-time rivalry between the two leagues to 17-10.

The Syndicate League continued its supremacy over the rival Union League with a 4-2 win in the 2031 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game in New York.  The SL won their second straight Midsummer Classic over the UL to go up in the all-time series 17-10.

Whitby's J.J. Drew and Chicago's Jimmy Wagner started in place of tired voted starter SPs Calgary's Mohammed Alvarez and Las Vegas' Alan Alexander Anderson.  Wagner's two-inning performance earned him game MVP honors.

After a scoreless first two innings, the SL jumped on the UL when Tampa Bay 2B Valentin Santos drew a walk off of Drew.  One batter later, Santos' Silverbacks' teammate Akiro Hikaru then tripled off the wall to drive in Santos for a 1-0 SL lead.  After getting the second out, Drew gave up a single to Deer Lake SL MVP candidate Cody Taylor to score the speedy Hikaru to give the SL a 2-0 lead before Seattle SP Brock Vinci came in to end the inning.

Texas' former 2028 #1 overall pick of the SIMBL Draft, CF Jose Perez, singled off of San Diego's ten-time All-Star and current SIMBL New File Era career wins leader Richard Dicks Jr. Perez used his All-Star speed to steal second and third base but the future SIMBL Hall Of Famer Dicks Jr. struck out fellow future SIMBL Hall Of Famer Calgary's Colt McAlister to end the threat and inning.

The UL also put Whitby's Roy Prather on second and Toronto's Michael Lonewolf on third in the bottom of the fourth but San Diego SP Michael Martin ended the threat by striking out Westbury's five-time dual-era veteran All-Star Jonathan Lizotte.

It remained a 2-0 SL lead to the top of the sixth when Deer Lake 3B Jason Rose belted a two-run blast off of New York's Curtis Burke scoring himself and San Diego's Michael Blackwell to make it a 4-0 SL lead.

The UL threatened in the bottom of the sixth inning when Toronto's six-time All-Star Michael Lonewolf drew a walk off of Boston SP Gustave Sequin.  Bristol 1B Andrew Green then singled moving Lonewolf to third base.  The next batter, Dallas CF Joseph DeCaro, then singled off of San Diego's Tory Nash to make it a 4-1 ballgame. Seattle C J.J. Peters then singled off of Nash to load the bases.  Tampa Bay's former SL Middle Reliever Of The Year Lawrence Jordan and Rochester reliever Dale Moore then got two consecutive fielder's choices to end the only credible UL threat of the game.

The UL got a solo home run by Oregon's Bobby Papesh off of Las Vegas' seven-time All-Star closer Cedric Issacson in the bottom of the seventh inning to cut it to 4-2.

The SL's bullpen relievers of Rochester's Santiago Gonzalez, Boston's Juan Carlos Bermudez, Hawaii's Todd Newell, Asheville's Dez Jordan, Rochester's Manuel Ramirez, Knoxville's Chris Ross and Rochester's Otto Orf then held the UL hit-less the rest of the way to preserve the SL's 17th overall win in 27 All-Star contests against the UL.

San Diego's SIMBL legendary ace Richard Dicks Jr., who stands third all-time in SIMBL history with 230 wins and is five wins away from climbing into second-place, earned the game win.  Whitby's J.J Drew was charged with the loss. 

Chicago SP Jimmy Wagner, the former #1 overall pick of the 2024 SIMBL Draft and a four-time All-Star, earned game MVP honors by throwing two innings of scoreless ball allowing only one hit while striking out three to set the tone for the game in what would be the dominant SL pitching.  The UL outhit the SL 9-7 and both teams had an error each. 

All position players and non-tired pitchers played in the game.

All SIMBL GMs and representatives from all SIMBL franchises and the SIMBL League Office were in attendance and were greatly impressed by New York GM Chris Gattuso's Enforcers who hosted the game for the second time in franchise history and for the first time in 23 seasons.

2030: SL 8 UL 3

MVP: Michael Sanders CF Rochester
2 for 2 1 Run Scored, 1B, 2-Run 3B 2 RBI
Venue: Canford Park, Westbury, England

SL COMES BACK AFTER 7TH INNING TO CLUB UL 8-3 IN 2030 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

The 2030 SIMBL All-Stars from both the Union League and Syndicate League clown around before the 26th annual SIMBL Midsummer Classic in Westbury, England during 2030 SIM 15.  The SL came back from a 3-0 deficit with a five-run seventh inning en route to a 8-3 win.  The SL holds a 16-10 all-time series lead over their rivals in the game pitting both league's very bests against each other.

The Syndicate League came back from a 3-0 deficit with a big five-run seventh inning to handily beat the rival Union League 8-3 in the 26th annual SIMBL All-Star Game in Westbury, England.

The game was hosted by Westbury GM and SIMBL Financial Commissioner Bill Atteberry's Cannons and was the first All-Star Game hosted outside of the United States in the SIMBL's long history of Midsummer Classics.

The UL jumped to a 2-0 lead in the top of second inning when Whitby 1B Kenny Burns drew a lead-off walk off of Hawaii's Fernando Martinez who started the game in place of tired top vote-getter Alan Alexander Anderson of Las Vegas who was voted to start the game for a record fifth consecutive season.  Burns was bumped to second by teammate Roy Prather.  After being moved ahead on a ground out by Texas CF Santino DaBramo, DaBramo's teammate, C Daniel Montesanto, drove in both with a sharp single.

The UL jumped to a seemingly commanding 3-0 lead in the top of the fifth as Dallas 2B Paul Rose doubled off of Knoxville's Sean O'Neal.  Oregon's reigning UL MVP Ty Brown then promptly singled in Rose to increase the UL lead.

The SL pecked away at the lead scoring one run in the bottom of the fifth as Tampa Bay's Julian Winfield singled off of Bristol's Durante Montero and stole second base.  Reigning SL MVP and teammate Jake Boles quickly singled in Winfield to cut the UL lead to 3-1.

An inning later, the SL closed to 3-2 when Hollywood SS Francis Martineau was hit by a pitch by Texas SP Hiro Takata and then stole second base.  Rochester's game MVP CF Michael Sanders then singled in Martineau for one of his eventual 3 RBI to narrow the SL deficit.

Las Vegas stud closer Cedric Issacson, who would earn the win, then halted a UL rally by stranding runners at second and third base in the top of the 7th.  Then the SL bats awakened and their pitching rose to the occasion.

In the bottom of the seventh inning, the SL broke the game open by scoring five runs on five hits to take a 7-3 lead.  Hawaii SS Gran Moulder started the inning with a single off of Bend's long-time veteran stud Luis Martinez, who was charged with the loss.  Boston SS Christopher Stevens pinch ran for Moulder and moved to second on a walk to Hawaii 3B Deryk Ryles.  Asheville 3B Billy Goodwin then singled off of Whitby's Carlos Martinez driving in Stevens to make it a tie ballgame at 3-3.

Martineau then singled off of New York's Chad Bryan to score Ryles to give the SL a 4-3 lead they would never give up.

A batter later Rochester's Sanders earned his game MVP honors by tripling in Goodwin and Martineau off of Bryan for a stunning 6-3 SL lead.  Hollywood veteran Zachery Dye then quickly singled in Sanders off of Calgary's reigning UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Bob Detty for a 7-3 lead before the rally was ended.

Knoxville 1B Nelson Nelly then wrapped up the SL win with the game's only home run, a solo shot off of New York closer Francisco Leon, in the bottom of the 8th for an 8-3 late SL comeback that turned into a trouncing.

After the initial 3-0 UL lead, the SL bullpen was outstanding in holding the UL scoreless in the final four innings. Las Vegas' MR Takahasi Yoshino, Deer Lake SP Greg Chapin, Boston MR Michael Vaughn, Asheville MR Keenan Bowen, Boston closer Juan Carlos Bermudez, Las Vegas closer Cedric Issacson, Sacramento closer John Raynor, Hollywood MR Ronald Strickland, San Diego MR Stan Pennington, Deer Lake closer Jake Jackson, Asheville MR Antonio Sanchez and Chicago closer Jimmy Kenney held the potent UL bats to five hits after the initial UL lead.

Rochester LF Michael Sanders was named the 2030 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP. The former 17th overall pick of the 2023 SIMBL Draft by Rooster GM Jamey Carter went 2 for 2 with a two-run triple and a run-scoring single, scored one run and had three RBI.

The SIMBL Front Office and all SIMBL GMs were attendance and commended Westbury GM Bill Atteberry's staff with great compliments as the Cannons held the very first SIMBL All-Star Game outside of the United States.

The second half of a very interesting 2030 season thus far has officially started with the traditional three game start after the SIMBL's Midsummer Classic.

2029: UL 13 SL 2

MVP: Jack Skinner 3B New York
3 for 5 1 Run Scored, 1B, 2B, HR 2 RBI
Venue: The Wolves Den, Seattle, Washington

UL PUMMELS SL 13-2 IN 25TH ANNUAL SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

New York Third Baseman Jack Skinner Named MVP In Biggest All-Star Game Rout In SIMBL History

New York third baseman Jack Skinner (above) hustles as he watches his two-run blast off of Las Vegas's Bobby Bruno leave the yard in the bottom of the third inning to help the UL to a 13-2 drubbing of their rival SL in the 25th annual SIMBL All-Star Game.  Skinner went 3-for-5 with a single, double, two-run home run and 2 RBI to earn game MVP honors in his first SIMBL All-Star Game.  The 2025 third round draft pick is in his third SIMBL season currently hitting .314 with 7 HR and 38 RBI for the defending UL champion Enforcers.

The Union League pounded the Syndicate League 13-2 in the biggest margin of defeat in SIMBL All-Star Game history in the league's 25th annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game Midsummer Classic hosted by Seattle GM Brandon Popper's Seawolves in 2029 SIM 15.

The UL pummeled SL Chicago ace starter Jimmy Wagner for a rare 4 earned runs on 5 hits in 1/3 of an inning in the first inning en route to a 5-0 lead.

Cleveland's Manny Foster started the bottom of the first inning with a single off of Wagner then stole second base. Toronto's Michael Lonewolf singled Foster to third base before Oregon's Ty Brown singled and scored Foster on an error on Deer Lake's Brady Underwood which moved Lonewolf to third base.  Oregon's Bobby Papesh followed with a single scoring Lonewolf.

Wagner walked Calgary's Colt McAlister on four pitches to load the bases before Dallas' Paul Rose delivered a two-run singled scoring McAlister and Papesh to give the UL a sudden 4-0 lead.

Wagner was replaced by Hawaii's Fernando Martinez who promptly gave up a single to New York's Jack Skinner and then a fielder's choice to Westbury's Timmy Barry to give the UL a surprising 5-0 lead before Martinez got Foster to fly out to finally end the bottom of the first inning.

The SL struck back in the top of the next inning when Tampa Bay's Ray Conner tripled off of Whitby's UL starter Warren Lane and Sacramento's Joe Gibbs drove in Conner with a sacrifice fly to make it a 5-1 ballgame.

The UL kept up the barrage as Oregon's Ty Brown hit a solo shot off of Deer Lake's eight-time All-Star Richard Dicks Jr. to give the UL a commanding 6-1 lead by the end of the second inning.

In the bottom of the third New York's Jack Skinner, who would be named MVP in his first SIMBL All-Star Game, hit a two-run blast off of Las Vegas' eight-time All-Star veteran Bobby Bruno to make it 8-1.

Dallas' Stephen Dawson drove in his teammate Paul Rose on a single off of Las Vegas reliever Odin Dunbar to give the UL a 9-1 lead in the bottom of the 5th inning.

The SL countered back with their final run in the top of the 7th inning when Deer Lake's Bryan Drew drove in Rochester's Michael Sanders on a fielder's choice to make it 9-2.

The UL continued the rout in the bottom of the 7th when First File-New File eras crossover star Westbury's Jonathan Lizotte blasted a solo home run off of San Diego's Marvin Baldwin to give the UL a 10-2 lead.  Whitby's Roy Prather singled in Cleveland's seven-time All-Star and SIMBL New File Era career hits leader Miguel Espinoza off of Hawaii's Todd Newell to make it 11-2.  A batter later, New York's Artie Bradley delivered a two-run single off of Las Vegas' Cedric Issacson scoring Espinoza and Seattle's Garland Wiley to make the final 13-2 margin.

The UL pitching staff held the SL to four hits, the second-lowest amount in SIMBL All-Star Game history while the 13 runs were the most scored by a winning team in the history of the 25 contests.

New York third baseman Jack Skinner was named game MVP by going 3 for 5 with a single, double and home run, one run scored and 2 RBI.  Seattle's Nico Scordos earned the win in front of his hometown fans while Wagner took the rare loss in a season in which he has thus far been outstanding and a strong candidate for the SL Hurler Of The Year Award.

The UL closed the SL's all-time series lead to 15-10 and are on a two-game winning streak over their conference rivals after a 3-2 comeback win in the 9th inning in last year's game in Bend, Oregon.

2028: UL 3 SL 2

MVP: Allen Clark RF Westbury (Rookie)
2 for 2 1 Run Scored, 2B, 3B, 1 Game-Winning RBI
Venue: Deschutes Field, Bend, Oregon

UL STUNS SL WITH NINTH INNING 3-2 COMEBACK WIN IN 2028 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Westbury's Allen Clark Triples In Eighth Inning To Ignite Rally & Doubles In Winning Run In Ninth Inning With Two Outs To Earn MVP Honors; After A Two-Run First Inning SL Bats Go Into Slumber As UL Pitchers Hold SL Batters To Four Total Hits In Entire Game

Union League All-Star teammates celebrate on Bend's Deschutes Field after coming back from one out away from a 2-1 defeat to the rival Syndicate League in the 2028 SIMBL All-Star Game.  The UL used Bend's hometown Michael Caldwell's double and a Westbury's game MVP Allen Clark double to comeback from a 2-1 deficit with two outs to stun the SL and win the game 3-2 with a ninth inning rally after their bats were stagnant and shutout the previous seven innings.  The UL scored all three of their runs in the eighth and ninth innings to close the SL's lead in the all-time series to 15-9.

The Union League offense looked dreadful for the first eight innings before coming to life in the top of the ninth for a 3-2 come from behind victory in the 2028 SIMBL All-Star Game in Bend, Oregon to snap a three-game losing streak to their Syndicate League rivals.

The SL took a quick 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first jumping on UL starter Calgary's Hayden James who started in place of voted starter Bristol's Sammy Flynn who was tired from his last start before the break.

Tampa Bay CF Akiro Hikaru drew a lead-off walk from James and promptly stole second base.  Sacramento 3B Logan Raynes, in his fourth straight All-Star Game start, singled in Hikaru to quickly give the SL a 1-0 lead. San Diego 1B David Jackson then singled to put Raynes at second base. James struggled early before settling down and threw a wild pitch to Las Vegas CF Marc Carter before walking him to load the bases and then followed by walking Sacramento C Joe Gibbs to force in his teammate Raynes to give the SL a 2-0 lead.

Little did the SL know at the time but the two first inning singles by Raynes and Jackson would be half of their four-hit total for the entire game.

James eventually worked out of a potential bigger deficit and the jam by getting Sacramento RF Blake Stanton to fly out, striking out Knoxville DH Sean Garrett and then getting Hawaii SS Gran Moulder to ground out to snuff out the threat.

Deer Lake SP Vinny Corleone, in his 9th SIMBL All-Star Game, started for the SL in place of voted starter Las Vegas' Alan Alexander Anderson who was voted to start for the third consecutive time in his seventh overall appearance.  Corleone and a variety of SL and UL pitchers kept the score 2-0 until the top of the eighth inning. 

2028 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP Westbury RF Allen Clark, in his first All-Star Game, tripled to start the inning off of Las Vegas reliever Patrick Donovan.  Clark scored two batters later when New York 1B Artie Bradley grounded out off of veteran Knoxville reliever Trent Murphy to make it 2-1.  New York C Adam Wilson then singled off of Asheville's two-time SL Fireman Of The Year and one-time SL Middle Reliever Of The Year Dez Jordan to make it interesting before Chicago reliever Roger Lewis ended the UL threat by getting Cleveland's Manny Foster to fly out.

Cleveland closer Steven Pfleuger, Westbury reliever Chet Fisher and Bristol SP Broderick Stewart retired the SL in order in the bottom of the eight inning to set up the UL theatrics to come.

With the UL down 2-1 in the top of the ninth inning, Rochester veteran reliever Earl Long got the first leadoff out by getting New York 2B Kyle Hunter to fly out.  Two outs away from defeat, the UL offense awakened.  Las Vegas closer Cedric Issacson walked Whitby's Roy Prather who stole second base before Chicago's Jimmy Kenney struck out Dallas 3B Kevin Cox to put the SL one out away from a narrow victory.

Knoxville stud closer Chris Ross entered the game to earn the save but gave up a double off the wall to veteran Bend SS Michael Caldwell to stunningly tie the game suddenly at 2-2 with two outs in the top of the ninth inning.

Enter another long-time veteran SIMBL reliever Rochester's Cory Walton who then faced Westbury's Allen Clark who earlier tripled in the eighth inning to ignite the UL's first run in eight innings.  Clark feasted on a 2-1 Walton fastball doubling in Caldwell to give the UL a 3-2 lead before Boston's Juan Carlos Bermudez got Calgary's dangerous Matthew Brown to fly out to end the inning for the stunned SL squad who moments earlier were an out away from the win.

The SL did not go down without a fight as San Diego's reigning SL Rookie Of The Year Michael Blackwell singled to start the bottom of the ninth before Seattle's Patrick Donovan got Knoxville's Nelson Nelly to ground out moving Blackwell and the tying run to second base with one out.

New York reliever Clarence Foster then struck out Boston SS Scott Morgan and Bristol's SIMBL New File Era career saves leader Barrett Jenkins did his job by getting the former #1 overall pick of the 2024 SIMBL Draft, Hawaii's Derek Ryles, to fly out to center to leave the tying run aboard and give the UL the improbable victory in front of 40,000+ in Bend's Deschutes Field.

Westbury's Allen Clark was voted the game MVP with a triple in the eighth inning and a double in the ninth inning in what turned out to be the game-winner.

The UL closes the gap in the all-time series to 15-9.  It was the sixth time in the past eight SIMBL Midsummer Classics that the losing team was held to two runs or less.

VOTED 2028 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME STARTERS (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat All-Star From Last Season
C Matthew Boggs Oregon (7) * (Injured)
C Steven Dawson Dallas (1) (Replacement)
1B Toby Gibson Whitby (5) *
2B Peyton Michaels Toronto (4)
SS Austin Belaska Calgary (2)
3B Kevin Cox Dallas (2)
OF Tony Aguilar Dallas (8) *
OF Leonard Williamson Seattle (2)
OF Santino DaBramo Texas (1)
DH Jacob Middleton Calgary (2)
SP Sammy Flynn Bristol (1)

SP Raynald Charron Dallas (3) *
SP Billy Russell Cleveland (2)
SP Gustave Sequin Dallas (4) *
SP Hayden James Calgary (2) *

RP Barrett Jenkins Bristol (6)
RP Patrick Anderson Seattle (2)  
RP Richard Beatty Oregon (2)
RP Kerry Powell Westbury (2)
RP Bob Detty Calgary (5) *
VOTED 2028 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME STARTERS (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat All-Star From Last Season
C Joe Gibbs Sacramento (2)
1B David Jackson San Diego (3) *
2B Dante Dawson Hawaii (1)
SS Gran Moulder Hawaii (1)
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento (4) *
OF Marc Carter Las Vegas (4) *
OF Akiro Hikaru Tampa Bay (1)
OF Blake Stanton Sacramento (1)
DH Sean Garrett Knoxville (1)
SP Alan Alexander Anderson (7)

SP Vinny Corleone Deer Lake (9) *
SP Jimmy Wagner Chicago (2) *
SP Alejandro Rosadio Asheville (1)
SP Oki Okada Chicago (7) *

RP Chris Ross Knoxville (3)
RP Dez Jordan Asheville (4) *
RP Roger Lewis Chicago (1)
RP Cedric Issacson Las Vegas (4)
RP Dontrelle Jackson Hawaii (3)
2028 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESERVES (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
C Adam Wilson New York (5) *
1B Artie Bradley New York (4)
2B Kyle Hunter New York (2)
2B Michael Caldwell Bend (4)
OF Roy Prather Whitby (1)
OF Kody Ware New York (2) *
OF Matthew Brown Calgary (7) *
OF Allen Clark Westbury (1)
OF Manny Foster Cleveland (1)
OF Michael Lonewolf Toronto (3) *
SP Alexander Darby Whitby (2) *
SP Broderick Stewart Bristol (2)
SP Durante Montero Bristol (1)
SP Daniel Young Toronto (1)
SP Matthew Allen Seattle (1)
SP Tim Jones Cleveland (1)
SP Warren Lane Whitby (1)
SP Richard Dicks Jr. Cleveland (8) *
SP Shane Hollingsworth Bend (3)
SP Francisco Martinez Oregon (1)
SP Bobby Bruno Whitby (7) *
SP John Wilkinson Seattle (1)
SP Roman Lucero Oregon (1)
RP Aaron Meyer New York (1)
RP William Taylor Toronto (1)
RP Jake Jackson Cleveland (3)
RP Odon Quinto Bristol (3)
RP Chet Fisher Westbury (2)
RP Clarence Foster New York (2)
RP Robert McFadden Whitby (3)
RP Willie Roger DeMarco Seattle (8) *
RP Keith Patterson Whitby (4) *
RP Steven Pfleuger Cleveland (4) *
RP Dominic Wilson Texas (2) *
RP Pancho Diaz Toronto (1)
2028 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESERVES (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
SS Scott Morgan Boston (1)
C Antonio De La Cruz Rochester (2)
C Micah Irwin Las Vegas (4) *
C J.J. Peters Tampa Bay (2) *
1B Wilbert Sequin Las Vegas (1)
1B Ju-Won Shi Deer Lake (5) *
1B Nelson Nelly Knoxville (1)
2B Peter Turner Chicago (5)  
3B Scott Nelson Rochester (1)
3B Billy Goodwin Asheville (1)
3B Derek Ryles Hawaii (1)
RF Michael Blackwell San Diego (2) *
LF Greg Williams Chicago (2)
DH Kory Stone Boston (3)

SP Kevin Schmidt Tampa Bay (1)
SP Antonio Soto Asheville (3) *
SP Evander Thomas San Diego (1)
SP Grant Cody Tampa Bay (1)
SP Bartolo Carrasco Tampa Bay (1)
SP Guilluame Ducharme Hollywood (1)
SP Joe Blackwell Boston (2)
SP Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento (4) *
SP Michael McBride Chicago (1)
SP Dean Carr Deer Lake (1)

RP Franklin Ward Boston (2) *
RP Earl Long Rochester (3)
RP Darrell Brown Rochester (4)
RP Timmy Ward Boston (2) *
RP Patrick Donovan Las Vegas (2)
RP Cory Walton Rochester (2)
RP Giambattista Festa Hawaii (2)
RP Ramiro Moreno Las Vegas (1)
RP Trent Murphy Knoxville (2)
RP Juan Carlos Bermudez Boston (3)
RP Alex Poole Tampa Bay (2)
RP Jimmy Kenney Chicago (1)

2027: SL 4 UL 2

MVP: Clint Wilson CF Tampa Bay
1 for 4 1 Run Scored, Home Run, 1 RBI
Venue: Texans Yard At Dallas

SL CONTINUES MASTERY OF UL WITH 4-2 WIN IN 2027 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME


Tampa Bay centerfielder Clint Wilson (above right) rounds the bases after hitting a home run in the top of the third inning starting a three-run SL rally which put them up to stay in a 4-2 win in the 2027 SIMBL All-Star Game.  The 26 year-old Wilson, playing in his first SIMBL All-Star Game, was named the game MVP.  Wilson is a former first round supplemental draft pick, 27th overall, in the 2023 SIMBL Draft by Silverbacks GM Tim Melican.

The Syndicate League continued its mastery over the rival Union League upping their lead to 15-8 in the all-time series with a 4-2 win in the 2027 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game hosted by GM Robert Don's Texans in Dallas.

Tampa Bay centerfielder Clint Wilson, in his first SIMBL All-Star Game, was named the game MVP going 1 for 4 with a home run off off Cleveland ace Richard Dicks Jr. in the top of the third inning.

The UL went up 1-0 early off of SL starter Sacramento ace Glenn Murphy who started in place of the tired Alan Alexander Anderson of Las Vegas.  With one out in the bottom of the first inning, Cleveland's Derek Dixon singled and promptly stole second base.  After Murphy struck out Calgary's Colt McAlister, New York's Kody Ware, having a breakout season to SIMBL superstardom, singled in Dixon before Murphy rebounded to strike out Dallas' Vince Crocker to end the threat and inning.

Tampa Bay's Clint Wilson then tied the game in the top of the third with a solo blast off of Dicks Jr.  The SL rally continued when Chicago shortstop Francisco Santos was hit by a Dicks. Jr. pitch and eventually scored on a single by Knoxville's Joe Hayes.  Teammate Taki Taketo then doubled in Hayes to give the SL a 3-1 lead that they would never relinquish.

In the bottom of the eighth inning the UL closed the gap to 3-2 when Seattle's Marc Hoskins walked and was moved to third base on a single by Whitby veteran Toby Gibson.  Hoskins then scored on a wild pitch by Hollywood reliever Corey French before Deer Lake reliever Donald Miller came in and put out the fire by getting Toronto's Michael Lonewolf to fly out.

In the top of the ninth inning the SL increased its lead to the final 4-2 on a solo home run by Tampa Bay catcher J.J. Peters who is enjoying a great season as well.

The UL threatened in the bottom of the ninth inning when Bend veteran Jeff Myers tripled to the wall off of Sacramento closer John Raynor before Asheville's former SL Middle Reliever Of The Year and Fireman Of The Year Dez Jordan came in to get Seattle's Duane Fuller to ground out for the save.

Dicks Jr. threw three innings giving up three earned runs on three hits with no walks and a strikeout and was given the loss.  Chicago veteran ace Oki Okada was credited with the win.  Sacramento's Glenn Murphy started for the SL and went three innings allowing one run on three hits with no walks and two strikeouts.

All players played in the game and all non-tired pitchers pitched in the contest as well.

All SIMBL GMs were attendance and gave rave reviews to Dallas GM Robert Don whose Texans hosted the three-day SIMBL All-Star Game activities for the first time in franchise history.

The second half of the 2027 SIMBL season has officially begun with the traditional three-game SIM after the All-Star break.

STATISTICS AS OF THE 7/10/2027 LEAGUE DATE FOR STARTERS:

VOTED 2027 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME STARTERS (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Starter From Last Season
C Adam Wilson New York (4) * .292 AVG 14 HR 51 RBI .876 OPS
1B Colt McAlister Calgary (8) .276 AVG 26 HR 72 RBI .970 OPS
2B Eduardo Rivera Bristol (1) .283 AVG 2 HR 25 RBI .714 OPS 25 SB
SS Tiko Suzuki Whitby (1) .306 AVG 0 HR 26 RBI .764 (Rookie)
3B Bill Wilhelm Westbury (Injured) (3) * .269 AVG 12 HR 54 RBI .823 OPS
OF Derek Dixon Cleveland (5) .300 AVG 8 HR 40 RBI .863 OPS 22 SB
OF Kody Ware New York (1) .306 AVG 24 HR 67 RBI .953 OPS
OF Miguel Espinoza Cleveland (6) *.322 AVG 3 HR 47 RBI .786 OPS 22 SB
DH Vince Crocker Dallas (3) .317 AVG 19 HR 56 RBI .928 OPS
SP Richard Dicks Jr. Cleveland (6) * 14-3 1.91 ERA 0.86 WHIP

SP Gustave Sequin Dallas (3) * 12-3 2.01 ERA 1.06 WHIP
SP Michael Gambino Oregon (4) 13-3 2.24 ERA 0.91 WHIP
SP Raynald Charron Dallas (2) 12-3 2.87 ERA 1.12 WHIP
SP Brock Vinci Seattle (1) 10-4 3.36 ERA 1.19 WHIP

RP Chad Bryan New York (1) 42.1 IP 1.28 ERA 14 SV 0.95 WHIP
RP Francisco Leon New York (2) * 60.0 IP 1.35 ERA 3 SV 0.68 WHIP
RP Kelly Wright Dallas (2) 34.1 IP 1.83 ERA 20 SV 1.31 WHIP
RP Andrew Stephens Oregon (7) * 38.1 IP 1.88 ERA 23 SV 1.38 WHIP
RP Kerry Powell Westbury (2) 34.1 IP 0.52 ERA 8 SV 0.67 WHIP
VOTED 2027 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME STARTERS (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Starter From Last Season
C Taki Taketo Knoxville (7) .287 AVG 22 HR 52 RBI .993 OPS
1B Kendrick Templeton Sacramento (3) .278 AVG 25 HR 66 RBI .897 OPS
2B Tommy Eagen Asheville (1) .308 AVG 7 HR 46 RBI .835 OPS 52 SB
SS Francisco Santos Chicago (3) * .265 AVG 2 HR 37 RBI .694 OPS 24 SB
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento (3) * .294 AVG 17 HR 41 RBI .884 OPS
OF Joe Hayes Knoxville (4) * .300 AVG 14 HR 47 RBI .838 OPS 45 SB
OF Joe Stephenson Rochester (2) .319 AVG 4 HR 34 RBI .791 OPS
OF Clint Wilson Tampa Bay (1) .259 AVG 18 HR 58 RBI .823 OPS 15 SB
DH DeShaun Mack Asheville (6) .315 AVG 12 HR 51 RBI .944 OPS
SP Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas (6) * 11-3 1.67 ERA 0.78 WHIP

SP Brian Irving Asheville (2) * 11-2 2.38 ERA 0.93 WHIP
SP Glenn Murphy Sacramento (5) * 12-1 1.97 ERA 0.98 WHIP
SP Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento (3)  * 10-5 2.34 ERA 0.99 WHIP
SP Oki Okada Chicago (6) 11-5 2.95 ERA 1.07 WHIP

RP John Raynor Sacramento (3) * 46.0 IP 2.54 ERA 20 SV 1.02 WHIP
RP Bill Oliver Sacramento (2) 35.1 IP 2.29 ERA 4 SV 1.22 WHIP
RP Cedric Isaacson Las Vegas (3) 40.1 IP 2.45 ERA 14 SV 0.99 WHIP
RP Alex Martin Rochester (3) 34.1 IP 2.88 ERA 18 SV 1.22 WHIP
RP Donald Miller Deer Lake (1) 37.1 IP 2.89 ERA 17 SV 0.96 WHIP
RP Todd Newell Hawaii (1) 37.2 IP 2.89 ERA 17 SV 1.17 WHIP
RP Franklin Ward Boston (1) 64.0 IP 2.95 ERA 0 SV 1.19 WHIP
STATISTICS AS OF THE 7/14/2027 LEAGUE DATE FOR RESERVES:

2027 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESERVES (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
C Matthew Boggs Oregon (6) .304 AVG 4 HR 20 RBI .846 OPS
1B Michael Wallace Dallas (1) .326 AVG 6 HR 50 RBI .801 OPS
1B Toby Gibson Whitby (4) .298 AVG 14 HR 40 RBI .956 OPS
2B Duane Fuller Seattle (6) .311 AVG 5 HR 24 RBI .951 OPS
3B Jeff Myers Bend (4) .294 AVG 7 HR 34 RBI .778 OPS
CF Matthew Brown Calgary (6) * .314 AVG 10 HR 44 RBI .795 OPS 53 SB
RF Ty Brown Oregon (4) * .307 AVG 13 HR 38 RBI .886 OPS
CF Sean Turner Westbury (2) .289 AVG 8 HR 40 RBI .837 OPS 21 SB
LF Tony Aguilar Dallas (7) * .288 AVG 17 HR 50 RBI .894 OPS 20 SB (Injured)
CF Leo Kelley Whitby (1) (Rookie) .271 AVG 20 HR 60 RBI .855 OPS 16 SB
LF Marc Hoskins Seattle (1) .267 AVG 17 HR 57 RBI .839 OPS
LF Michael Lonewolf Toronto (2) .275 AVG 20 HR 50 RBI .865 OPS
RF Carlos Molina Calgary (6) .265 AVG 21 HR 50 RBI .812 OPS

SP Bobby Bruno Whitby (6) 10-6 3.01 ERA 1.12 WHIP
SP Alexander Darby Whitby (1) 10-4 3.16 ERA 1.16 WHIP
SP Hayden James Calgary (1) 10-4 2.98 ERA 1.09 WHIP
SP Dominick McGowan New York (1) 9-6 2.75 ERA 1.08 WHIP

RP Dave O'Quinn New York (1) 33.1 IP 1.62 ERA 1 SV 1.02 WHIP
RP Willie Roger DeMarco Seattle (7) * 34.0 IP 1.59 ERA 18 SV 0.79 WHIP
RP Bob Detty Calgary (4) * 55.1 IP 1.63 ERA 5 SV 0.96 WHIP
RP Steven Pfleuger Cleveland (3) * 27.1 IP 1.65 ERA 19 SV 1.50 WHIP
RP Keith Patterson Whitby (3) * 39.0 IP 1.85 ERA 24 SV 1.13 WHIP
RP Carlos Martinez Cleveland (1) 32.1 IP 1.85 ERA 2 SV 1.18 WHIP
RP Scott Williams Seattle (2) 38.0 IP 2.13 ERA 2 SV 1.08 WHIP
RP Dominick Wilson Texas (1) 28.0 IP 2.25 ERA 2 SV 1.79 WHIP
2027 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME RESERVES (Career Appearances):
*-Indicates Repeat From Last Season
C Micah Irwin Las Vegas (3) .300 AVG 13 HR 38 RBI .852 OPS
C J.J. Peters Tampa Bay (1) .290 AVG 11 HR 46 RBI .813 OPS
1B David Jackson San Diego (2) .347 AVG 15 HR 34 RBI 1.073 OPS
1B Ju-Won Shi Chicago (4) * .304 AVG 17 HR 55 RBI .943 OPS
2B Bryan Drew Deer Lake (1) .292 AVG 3 HR 39 RBI .765 OPS
LF Terry Carr Las Vegas (1) .341 AVG 0 HR 34 RBI .833 OPS 31 SB
CF Jon Rice Deer Lake (1) .297 AVG 4 HR 31 RBI .785 OPS
CF Marc Carter Hollywood (3) .272 AVG 17 HR 63 RBI .833 OPS
RF Michael Blackwell San Diego (1) .268 AVG 18 HR 73 RBI .799 OPS 22 SB (Rookie)
DH Benjamin Rodriguez Boston (5) * .264 AVG 21 HR 53 RBI .840 OPS

SP Douglas Harris Rochester (1) 10-5 2.76 ERA 1.06 WHIP
SP Brody McIllmoyle Asheville (4) * 9-2 2.79 ERA 1.06 WHIP
SP Antonio Soto Asheville (2) 7-4 2.92 ERA 1.18 WHIP
SP Jimmy Wagner Chicago (1) 8-3 3.36 ERA 1.04 WHIP

RP Corey French Hollywood (1) 34.0 IP 0.79 ERA 3 SV 0.91 WHIP
RP Brenton Glover Deer Lake (1) 39.1 IP 1.14 ERA 1 SV 0.86 WHIP
RP Mel Booker Knoxville (1) 32.0 IP 1.69 ERA 0 SV 1.16 WHIP
RP Timmy Ward Boston (1) 35.0 IP 2.06 ERA 0 SV 1.34 WHIP
RP Dez Jordan Asheville (4) * 39.2 IP 2.72 ERA 19 SV 1.24 WHIP

2026: SL 6 UL 4 (11 INNINGS)

MVP: Peter Turner 2B Chicago
2 for 5 1 Run Scored, Single, Home Run, 2 RBI
Venue: Cobb Field, Tampa, Florida

MACK'S WALK-OFF BLAST CAPS 6-4 EXTRA-INNINGS COMEBACK WIN FOR SL IN 2026 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Chicago's Turner Named MVP As His Two-Run Home Run Started Comeback From 4-0 Deficit In Bottom Of 7th Inning


San Diego veteran slugger DeShaun Mack (above right) connects on an 11th-inning two-run walk-off home run off of New York's Francisco Leon to give the Syndicate League a comeback 6-4 extra-innings win over the Union League in the 22nd annual SIMBL All-Star Game in Tampa, Florida.  The UL led 4-0 until the bottom of the 7th inning when the SL started their comeback with a two-run homer by Chicago's 2026 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP Peter Turner.  Mack, 34, was the #4 overall choice of the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft by the former Boston Patriots (now Westbury Cannons) whom he played for five seasons before being traded to San Diego prior to the 2024 season.  He is a three-time All-SIMBL and five-time SIMBL All-Star.  'Diesel' is the SIMBL New File Era leader in career walks and recently became only the 8th player in SIMBL history to achieve 1000 walks in his career.  Mack is an upcoming free agent next off-season

The Syndicate League came back from a 4-0 deficit starting their rally in the bottom of the 7th inning to stun the SL 6-4 in 11 innings in the longest All-Star Game in SIMBL history. San Diego's DeShaun Mack's two-run walk-off 357-foot blast off of New York's Francisco Leon completed the comeback to put the SL up on their Union League rivals 14-8 in the all-time series. It was the only the second game to go into extra-innings in league All-Star Game history.

The 2026 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game was held in front of 44,611 frantic SIMBL fans held in GM Tim Melican's Tampa Bay Silverbacks' Cobb Field.

The top two aces in the SIMBL, Cleveland's Richard Dicks Jr. and Las Vegas' Alan Alexander Anderson, started the game and were brilliant for three innings. Dicks Jr., in his third consecutive start for the UL in the All-Star Game, threw three innings of scoreless ball allowing three hits and two walks while striking out two. Anderson also threw shutout ball allowing only one hit while sitting down five.

The game remained a scoreless tie until the top of the 6th inning when Toronto SS Michael Morgan singled off of Knoxville SP Reggie Richardson. After getting Dallas CF Lance Stanley III to fly out, Richardson gave up a 350-foot bomb to Cleveland catcher Eddie Bryant who currently stands one home run away from becoming only the 13th player in SIMBL history to amass 300 career home runs.

Richardson was replaced by Rochester's seven-time All-Star and two-time Hurler Of The Year Alberto Tovar and gave up a single to fellow seven-time All-Star Calgary 1B Colt McAlister. The next batter, Dallas' three-time UL MVP Tony Aguilar, hit a squibbler on top of the plate that Sacramento catcher Joe Gibbs grabbed and threw into center field for a huge error while attempting to nail the slow-footed McAlister for a possible double-play. McAlister ended up at third while Aguilar made it to second on the game's only error.

Bristol's 27 year-old RF Matt Kramer, one of the centerpieces acquired when the Owls traded two-time Hurler Of The Year Oki Okada to Chicago last season, then singled in both McAlister and Aguilar off of Chicago's newly-acquired SP Justin Riley to give the UL a commanding 4-0 lead.

UL pitchers held down the fort and smelled the win until the bottom of the 7th inning when the SL bats finally woke up.

Hollywood CF Jamal Wilson, the 2020 SIMBL CS MVP making his All-Star Game debut, singled off of Oregon's Robert McFadden and promptly stole second base. The next batter, San Diego veteran slugger Mario Montalbano, then doubled in Wilson off of Bend's Bradley Malone to put the SL on the scoreboard. After Boston SS Michael Caldwell grounded out and advanced 'Super Mario' to third base, Hawaii's Jacob Middleton, also in his first SIMBL All-Star Game, singled in Montalbano off of Toronto's Terry Brown to cut the SL deficit to 4-2. Bristol SP Cameron Matthews then got the San Diego's dangerous slugger DeShaun Mack to flyout to end the inning.

Knoxville's young fireball-throwing two-time All-Star Chris Ross and Rochester SP Tony Neal then sat down Bristol's Matt Kramer, Cleveland's Cal Roberts and Texas' Ricky Thompson in order in the top of the 8th to stage the improbable SL comeback in the bottom of the inning.

Dallas closer Juan Rivera, who holds the SIMBL single-season save record of 59 set in the 2021 season, allowed a lead-off single to Sacramento catcher Joe Gibbs. Westbury closer Andrew Walker, the former 2022 SL Middle Reliever Of The Year, then gave up a stunning 354-foot home run to Chicago's four-time All-Star second baseman Peter Turner to tie the game 4-4 in the bottom of the 8th inning with no outs.

After Sacramento's young reliever stud John Raynor allowed a lead-off walk to Dallas 3B Kevin Cox, he then struck out Toronto SS Michael Morgan and New York RF Gabriel Hernandez, last season's All-Star Game MVP. Rochester's Michael Holloway then struck out Cleveland C Eddie Byrant to end the top of the 9th inning.

In the bottom of the 9th, the SL managed to get San Diego's DeShaun Mack to second base after he singled off of Calgary's two-time UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Bob Detty to represent the winning run but Cleveland closer Steven Pflueger managed to get Chicago's Peter Turner to ground out to end the threat and force the second extra-inning game in SIMBL All-Star Game history.

Mack would come back into the events two innings later in memorable fashion.

In the top of the 10th inning, Asheville's flame-throwing reliever and former 2021 first round draft pick Angelino Castro blazed through the UL lineup by getting out a very dangerous trio of Colt McAlister, Tony Aguilar and Matt Kramer in order striking out McAlister and Kramer.

The UL's six-time All-Star Andrew Stephens of the Oregon Pioneers, the first SIMBL New File Era closer to achieve 300 career saves earlier this season, then returned the favor by striking out Knoxville DH Lionel Pendleton and getting seven-time SIMBL All-Star Tampa Bay 3B Chance Bailey to ground out before Toronto's former 2024 UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Larry Hamilton got Hollywood's Jamal Wilson to fly out to quickly end the bottom of the 10th inning.

In the top of the 11th, Chicago's 2024 SL Middle Reliever Of The Year and four-time All-Star Ron Orr then pitched the inning allowing a single to Dallas young 3B Kevin Cox but left him stranded by getting out of the inning by getting Toronto SS Michael Morgan to ground out to end any threat.

Which setup one of the most memorable finishes in SIMBL All-Star Game history.

After getting San Diego's Mario Montalbano to ground out, Toronto's 2024 UL Middle Reliever Of The Year Larry Hamilton then allowed a single to Boston three-time All-Star SS Michael Caldwell, facing upcoming free agency and likely in his last season for the Revolution.

The UL then brought in New York reliever Francisco Leon, acquired earlier in the season in a trade with Hollywood. Leon got Hawaii's Jacob Middleton to fly out before 2024 SIMBL CS MVP DeShaun Mack came to the plate with Tampa Bay's Cobbs Field expecting another extra-inning.

Mack, the former #4 overall draft pick in the first round by the former Boston Patriots (now Westbury Cannons) in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft and current SIMBL New File Era career walks leader in his fifth career SIMBL All-Star Game, then blasted a Leon 2-0 pitch 357 feet over the left field wall for the stunning and dramatic walk-off win.

Chicago 2B Peter Turner, whose two-run blast in the bottom of the 7th inning started the SL comeback from a 4-0 hole, was named the 2026 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP. The four-time All-Star went 2 for 5 with 1 run scored, a single and the two-run homer.

All rested positional All-Stars played in the instant classic and all 24 SIMBL teams were represented.

"We're very impressed by (Tampa Bay Silverbacks GM) Tim Melican and the way he hosted this All-Star Game," stated SIMBL Commissioner Christian DeMarco.

"Tim, his Silverbacks and the city of Tampa hosted the three-day event impeccably and graciously and we were very impressed," DeMarco said. All SIMBL GMs were in attendance and participated in the annual and 22nd SIMBL Midsummer Classic.

2026 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME VOTED STARTERS/CAREER APPEARANCES:
*- Indicates Repeat From Last Season
#- Indicates Repeat Voted Starter From Last Season
C Adam Wilson New York .292 AVG 23 HR 68 RBI .979 OPS (3) *#
1B Artie Bradley New York  .332 AVG 13 HR  72 HR .914 OPS (3) *
2B Paul Rose Dallas .264 AVG 23 HR 64 RBI .870 OPS (4) *#
SS Michael Morgan Toronto .307 AVG 8 HR 35 RBI .831 OPS (4)
3B Bill Wilhelm Westbury .309 AVG 6 HR 39 RBI .879 OPS (2)
OF Ty Brown Oregon .315 AVG 23 HR 68 RBI .963 OPS (3) *# INJURED
OF Tony Aguilar Dallas .280 AVG 25 HR 72 RBI .887 OPS (6) *#
OF Miguel Espinoza Cleveland .330 AVG 7 HR 63 RBI .842 OPS (5) INJURED
DH Christopher Pearson Westbury .284 AVG 11 HR 43 RBI .807 OPS (3)
SP Richard Dicks Jr. Cleveland 11-6 2.13 ERA 0.99 WHIP (5) *#

SP Ross Brooks Westbury 9-4 2.59 ERA 1.17 WHIP (3)
SP Brian Woods Westbury 8-5 2.21 ERA 0.94 WHIP (2)
SP Leon Haywood Bend 12-4 2.67 ERA 1.05 WHIP (1)
SP Chris Gill Dallas 8-5 2.56 ERA 1.09 WHIP (1)
SP Shane Hollingsworth Bend 8-6 2.84 ERA 1.22 WHIP (2) *#

RP Andrew Stephens Oregon 34.2 IP 1.04 ERA 0.98 WHIP 17 SV (6)
RP Keith Patterson Whitby 37.1 IP 0.96 ERA 1.18 WHIP 28 SV (2) *#
RP Bernard Perrini Whitby 37.2 IP 0.96 ERA 0.77 WHIP 1 SV 10 HLD (1)
RP Terry Brown Toronto 35.0 IP 1.54 ERA 1.17 WHIP 2 SV 6 HLD (2)
RP Larry Hamilton Toronto 21.2 IP 1.66 ERA 1.02 WHIP 16 SV (3)
RP Marvin Cameron Bristol 38.2 IP 1.40 ERA 0.80 WHIP 14 SV (1)
2026 UNION LEAGUE RESERVES/CAREER APPEARANCES:
*- Indicates Repeat From Last Season
C Eddie Bryant Cleveland .260 AVG 21 HR 57 RBI .938 OPS (3)
1B Colt McAlister Calgary .269 AVG 20 HR 75 RBI .893 OPS (7) *
1B Vince Crocker Dallas .289 AVG 12 HR 51 RBI .822 OPS (1) INJURED
2B Cal Roberts Cleveland .319 AVG 1 HR 24 RBI .819 OPS (3)
3B Kevin Cox Dallas .309 AVG 9 HR 49 RBI .802 OPS (1)
OF Dustin Powers Whitby .299 AVG 14 HR 42 RBI .898 OPS (5) *
OF Matthew Brown Calgary .299 AVG 10 HR 54 RBI .807 OPS (5)
OF Gabriel Hernandez New York .319 AVG 3 HR 27 RBI .835 OPS (3) *
OF Lance Stanley III Dallas .296 AVG 12 HR 36 RBI .796 OPS (5) *
OF Matt Kramer Bristol .271 AVG 20 HR 47 RBI .892 OPS (2)
OF Ricky Thompson Texas .292 AVG 5 HR 38 RBI .833 OPS (1)

SP Gustave Sequin Dallas 12-4 3.22 ERA 1.14 WHIP (2)
SP Casey Barker New York 11-4 4.28 ERA 1.33 WHIP (1)
SP Bryson Redmond Wesbury 9-4 3.11 ERA 1.14 WHIP (2) *
SP Cameron Matthews Bristol 11-6 4.05 ERA 1.37 WHIP (2)
SP Anthony Puffer Cleveland 8-7 2.94 ERA 1.18 WHIP (5)
SP Carlos Serrano Whitby 9-6 3.46 ERA 1.14 ERA (1)

RP Bob Detty Calgary 58.1 IP 1.85 ERA 1.08 WHIP  2 SV 10 HLD (3) *
RP Willie R. DeMarco Seattle 39.0 IP 2.31 ERA 1.13 WHIP 23 SV (6)* INJURED
RP Juan Rivera Dallas 42.1 IP 3.61 ERA 1.25 WHIP 29 SV (4)
RP Dale Moore Whitby 39.2 IP 1.82 ERA 0.86 WHIP 0 SV 6 HLD (1)
RP Alex Poole Westbury 37.0 IP 0.97 ERA 1.11 ERA 0 SV 0 HLD (1)
RP Robert McFadden Oregon 32.0 IP 1.69 ERA 0.66 WHIP 0 SV 2 HLD (2)
RP Dontrelle Jackson Texas 37.2 IP 1.91 ERA 1.14 WHIP 22 SV (2)
RP Dorian Curtis Seattle 54.2 IP 2.14 ERA 1.19 WHIP 0 SV 12 HLD (1)
RP Francisco Leon New York 54.1 2.32 ERA 1.07 WHIP 1 SV 8 HLD (1)
RP Bradley Malone Bend 36.2 IP 2.70 ERA 0.93 WHIP 22 SV (2)
RP Steven Pflueger Cleveland 32.1 IP 2.51 ERA 1.05 WHIP 22 SV (2) *
RP Andrew Walker Westbury 33.0 IP 2.45 ERA 1.15 WHIP 22 SV (4) *
2026 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME VOTED STARTERS/CAREER APPEARANCES:
*- Indicates Repeat From Last Season
#- Indicates Repeat Voted Starter From Last Season
C Taki Taketo Knoxville .301 AVG 26 HR 69 RBI .997 OPS (6) *
1B Ju-Won Shi Chicago .319 AVG 13 HR 43 RBI .918 OPS (3) *#
2B Peter Turner Chicago .257 AVG 18 HR 53 RBI ..782 OPS (4) *
SS Francisco Santos Chicago .277 AVG 1 HR 30 RBI .735 OPS (2)
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento .296 AVG 23 HR 63 RBI .916 OPS (2) *#
OF Joshua Bradford Las Vegas .300 AVG 22 HR 68 RBI .998 OPS (3) *
OF Vito Veta Chicago .296 AVG 4 HR 35 RBI .808 OPS (1)
OF Joe Hayes Knoxville .257 AVG 13 HR 50 RBI .762 OPS (3) *#
DH Benjamin Rodriquez Boston .244 AVG 24 HR 60 RBI .821 OPS (5)
SP Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas 15-3 1.69 ERA 0.86 WHIP (5) *#

SP Vinny Corleone Asheville 12-4 2.41 ERA 1.00 WHIP (8) *#
SP Oki Okada Chicago 11-6 2.18 ERA 0.91 WHIP (5)
SP Justin Riley Chicago 10-5 2.37 ERA 1.04 WHIP (1)
SP Craig Byrd Chicago 11-6 3.62 ERA 1.03 WHIP (4) *
SP Riley Charboneau Las Vegas 8-5 2.58 ERA 1.06 WHIP (2)
SP Roger Knapper Hollywood 11-3 2.73 ERA 1.11 WHIP (2) INJURED

RP Ron Orr Chicago 33.0 IP 0.55 ERA 0.85 WHIP 22 SV (4) *
RP Barrett Jenkins Asheville 43.0 IP 1.47 ERA 0.70 WHIP 24 SV (5) *#
RP Cedric Issacson Las Vegas 33.1 IP 1.62 ERA 0.84 WHIP 24 SV (2)
RP Chris Ross Knoxville 28.1 IP 0.95 ERA 0.81 WHIP 16 SV (2) *
RP Juan Carlos Bermudez Boston 46.0 IP 2.15 ERA 1.09 WHIP 25 SV (2) *#
RP Dez Jordan Asheville 43.2 1.65 ERA 0.96 WHIP 2 SV 13 HLD (3)
RP John Raynor Sacramento 39.2 IP 1.36 ERA 1.34 ERA 11 SV (2) *
2026 SYNDICATE LEAGUE RESERVES/CAREER APPEARANCES:
*- Indicates Repeat From Last Season
C Joe Gibbs Sacramento .287 AVG 15 HR 44 RBI .889 OPS (1)
1B DeShaun Mack San Diego .261 AVG 18 HR 45 RBI .886 OPS (5)
SS Michael Caldwell Boston .271 AVG 2 HR 41 RBI .697 OPS (3)
3B Chance Bailey Tampa Bay .288 AVG 21 HR 46 RBI .876 OPS (7)
3B Carl Chaulk Las Vegas .238 AVG 18 HR 56 RBI .803 OPS (2)
OF Jacob Middleton Hawaii .271 AVG 14 HR 60 RBI .821 OPS (1)
OF Jamal Wilson Hollywood .297 AVG 5 HR 35 RBI .765 OPS (1)
OF Mario Montalbano San Diego .271 AVG 15 HR 55 RBI .759 OPS (2)
OF Julian Winfield Rochester .252 AVG 13 45 RBI .813 OPS (4)
OF Pablo Cruz Sacramento .270 AVG 15 HR 47 RBI .824 OPS (1)
DH Lionel Pendleton Knoxville .252 AVG 16 HR 47 RBI .824 OPS (3) *

SP Glenn Murphy Sacramento 11-6 3.23 ERA 1.08 WHIP (5) *
SP Brody McIllmoyle Asheville 10-5 2.86 ERA 1.11 WHIP (3) *
SP Stan Pennington Rochester 10-4 3.59 ERA 0.92 WHIP (2)
SP Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento 10-3 2.99 ERA 1.16 WHIP (2) *
SP Brian Irving Asheville 9-3 3.14 ERA 1.10 WHIP (1)
SP Andy Ross Deer Lake 7-9 2.77 ERA 0.93 WHIP (1) INJURED
SP Clarence Brandon Las Vegas 9-2 3.44 ERA 1.30 WHIP (1) INJURED
SP Reggie Richardson Knoxville 9-4 3.29 ERA 1.18 WHIP (1)
SP Tony Neal Rochester 8-6 2.85 ERA 1.19 WHIP (1)
SP Alberto Tovar Rochester 8-5 2.98 ERA 1.10 WHIP (7) *

RP Angelino Castro Asheville 30.2 IP 0.88 ERA 0.65 WHIP 2 SV 6 HLD (2)
RP Aaron Vukevich Chicago 32.1 IP 1.11 ERA 0.77 WHIP 2 SV 6 HLD (4) *
RP Sean O'Neal Knoxville 43.0 IP 1.47 ERA 1.19 WHIP 2 SV 10 HLD (2)
RP Angel Soriano Hawaii 44.0 IP 1.84 ERA 1.07 WHIP 1 SV 12 HLD (3)
RP Michael Holloway Rochester 43.0 IP 1.88 ERA 0.86 WHIP 3 SV 5 HLD (2) *

2025: SL 7 UL 6

MVP: Gabriel Hernandez RF New York
2 for 2 1 Run Scored, Single, Home Run, 3 RBI
Venue: Dawg Pound Park, Cleveland, Ohio

SL HOLDS OFF UL COMEBACK IN 2025 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Union League's Comeback From 6-0 Deficit Comes Up One Run Short As Syndicate League Halts Two-Game Losing Streak In Series

New York's Gabriel Hernandez (above) started a UL comeback from a 6-0 deficit that came up one run shy with a two-out three-run home run and was named the MVP of the 2025 SIMBL All-Star Game.  The 27 year-old Enforcers right fielder went 2 for 2 with one run scored, a single, home run and three RBI.

The Syndicate League snapped a two-year losing streak and held off a ferious comback rally from the Union League winning the 2025 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game 7-6.  The SL now takes a 13-8 lead in the all-time series.

New York RF Gabriel Hernandez, in his second SIMBL All-Star Game, blasted a two-out three-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning to start the UL's comeback from a 6-0 deficit.  Hernandez ended up going 2-for-2 with a single and home run, one run and three RBI in being named MVP.

The SL pounded Cleveland starter Richard Dicks Jr. who started the game for the UL.  Dicks allowed six runs on six hits in three innings in an uncharacteristic performance by the current top-ranked ace in the SIMBL.

Sacramento CF Kendrick Templeton doubled in Rochester's Joe Buchanan to give the SL a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning. Teammate Logan Raynes then followed by grounding into a fielders choice double play scoring Las Vegas C Micah Irwin.  Irwin's teammate Victor Cruz then grounded into a fielders choice scoring Irwin to give the SL a 3-0 lead before the inning ended.

Chicago's Craig Byrd, who started for the SL, was in command holding the UL scoreless going 4.0 innings allowing only one hit.

With Dicks Jr. still pitching in the third inning, Knoxville's Joe Hayes singled to start the inning.  After a flyout by Hollywood's Ju-Won Shi, San Diego's on-base machine and SIMBL bases on balls leader DH DeShaun Mack walked.  Hayes, the SIMBL's current stolen bases leader, then stole third base before being singled home by Buchanan to give the SL a 4-0 lead.  Irwin immediately followed with a double to the wall scoring Buchanan. Buchanan ended up scoring on a Templeton sacrifice fly to give the SL a commanding 6-0 lead after three innings.

The 6-0 lead would hold until the bottom of the seventh inning when New York youngster Gabriel Hernandez hit a two-out three-run blast off of Asheville's Antonio Soto to close the UL's gap to 6-3.

The SL increased its lead to 7-3 in the top of the ninth inning when Knoxville' Chet Williams singled in his teammate Lionel Pendleton setting up one of the more interesting endings in SIMBL All-Star Game history.

The UL started it's last-inning comeback when Hernandez singled moving Westbury's Jonathan Lizotte to third base after Lizotte walked.  New York catcher Adam Wilson then drove in Lizotte on a ground out to make it 7-4.  Hernandez went to third on a flyout by Whitby's Terry Reese to give the SL two outs.

Bristol's Matt Kramer then singled in Hernandez off of Sacramento's young closer John Raynor to make it 7-5.

The UL wouldn't go down easy as Hollywood's Bartolo Vera walked Toronto's Ed Clement to load the bases.  The next batter, Westbury's James Mitchell, with Knoxville's David Butler pitching, then drove in Kramer to make it 7-6 with two outs and the 44,547 in Cleveland's Dawg Pound Park buzzing the ballpark.

The SL then brought in the SIMBL's top-ranked closer in San Diego's Willie Roger DeMarco.  DeMarco did his job by getting Calgary's Austin Belaska to ground into a fielders choice to end the threat and give the SL their first win in three years over their UL rivals.

This season's game marked only the second time in the first seven seasons of the SIMBL New File Era that the losing team didn't get held to one run or less.

Cleveland GM Jonathan Fitzgerald campaigned hard for the hosting privilidges and was awarded the game on an equal bid from Las Vegas GM Carl Hannah only because Las Vegas last hosted the game most recently.  The Hustlers hosted the game in 2015 while the Brownies, earlier in frachise history as the former Tacoma Rain, held the event in 2013.

All SIMBL GMs were in attendance and all were impressed by Fitzgerald's and his Brownies' hosting the event and three-day event in downtown Cleveland, Ohio where the game-time temperature was 69 degrees.

2025 UNION LEAGUE STARTERS (CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

C Adam Wilson New York (2)
1B Colt McAlister Calgary (6)
2B Paul Rose Dallas (3)
SS Pablo Young New York (2)
3B Troy Baca New York (7)
LF Tony Aguilar Dallas (5)
RF Dustin Powers Whitby (4)
RF Zachery Dye New York (4)
DH Ty Brown Oregon (3)
SP Richard Dicks, Jr. Cleveland (4)

SP Billy Russell Cleveland (1)
SP Shane Hollingsworth Bend (1)
SP Michael Kraus Toronto (1)
SP Vinny Corleone Calgary (7)
SP Odon Quinto Calgary (2)

MR Keith Patterson Whitby (1)
CL Cory Larson Calgary (1)
MR Steven Pfleuger Cleveland (1)
CL Andrew Steele New York (3)
MR Bob Detty Calgary (2)
CL Andrew Walker Westbury (3)

2025 UNION LEAGUE RESERVES (CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

1B Artie Bradley New York (2)
1B Ed Clement Toronto (2)
1B James Mitchell Westbury (3)
1B Vince Crocker Dallas (1)
2B Austin Belaska Calgary (1)
3B Bill Wilhelm Westbury (1)
CF Lance Stanley III Dallas (4)
2B Kyle Hunter New York (1)
SS Jonathan Lizotte Westbury (2)
RF Matt Kramer Bristol (1)
RF Carlos Molina Calgary (5)
RF Terry Reese Whitby (2)
1B Toby Gibson Westbury (3)
RF Gabriel Hernandez New York (2)

SP Trevor Brooks Whitby (2)
SP Rolland Lefebvre Dallas (3)
SP Bryson Redmond Westbury (1)
SP Terry Graves New York (1)
SP Raynald Charron Texas (1)

MR Luis Martinez Calgary (3)
MR Antonio Contreras Toronto (1)
MR Clarence Foster New York (1)
MR Richard Beatty Oregon (1)
CL Scott Williams Seattle (1)
MR Jake Jackson Cleveland (2)

2025 SYNDICATE LEAGUE STARTERS (CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

C Micah Irwin Las Vegas (2)
1B Ju-Won Shi Hollywood (2)
2B Minoru Ine Hollywood (2)
SS Victor Cruz Las Vegas (3)
3B Logan Raynes Sacramento (1)
CF Joe Buchanan Rochester (2)
RF Joe Hayes Knoxville (2)
CF Kendrick Templeton Sacramento (2)
DH DeShaun Mack San Diego (4)
SP Craig Byrd Chicago (3)

SP Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas (4)
SP Joe Tarnowsky Sacramento (1)
SP Anibal Vargo, Jr. Deer Lake (2)
SP Brody McIlmoyle Asheville (2)

CL Alex Martin Rochester (2)
CL Barrett Jenkins Asheville (4)
CL Domingo Francisco Hollywood (1)
CL Juan Carlos Bermudez Boston (1)
CL Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego (5)

2025 SYNDICATE LEAGUE STARTERS (CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

1B Bill Langley Asheville (1)
C Ray Smith San Diego (1)
LF Joe Stephenson Las Vegas (1)
3B Victor Ramos Hollywood (1)
1B David Jackson San Diego (1)
CF Tony Flubbs Hawaii (2)
2B Peter Turner Chicago (3)
CF Marc Carter Hollywood (2)
LF Ronald Rivers Chicago (1)
DH Lionel Pendleton Knoxville (2)
C Taki Taketo Knoxville (5)
LF Greg Williams Chicago (1)
CF Joshua Bradford Rochester (2)
RF Francisco Ruil San Diego (1)
C Antonio De La Cruz Rochester (1)
LF Chet Williams Knoxville (1)

SP Alberto Tovar Rochester (6)
SP Jason Wiggins Hawaii (1)
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester (3)
SP Joe Blackwell Boston (1)
SP Antonio Soto Asheville (1)
SP Timothy Williams Knoxville (1)
SP Jim Spears Las Vegas (2)
SP Bartolo Vera Hollywood (3)

MR John Coburn Deer Lake (1)
MR Michael Holloway Rochester (1)
MR David Butler Knoxville (1)
MR Chris Ross Knoxville (1)
MR Darrell Brown Knoxville (3)
MR Maurice Thomas San Diego (1)
MR John Raynor Sacramento (1)
MR Bryan Bender Boston (1)
MR Ron Orr Chicago (3)
MR Billy Ray Mendette Las Vegas (3)
CL Aaron Vukevich Chicago (3)
CL Giambattista Festa Tampa Bay (1)
MR Larry Thomas Las Vegas (1)
MR Troy Sesco Asheville (1)
CL Bill Oliver Sacramento (1)

2024: UL 3 SL 0

MVP: Tony Aguilar LF Dallas
3 for 5 1 Run Scored, Home Run, 2 RBI
Venue: E Komo Mai Field, Honolulu, Hawaii

UL SHUTS DOWN SL 3-0 IN 2024 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Union League Hurlers Hold Syndicate League Bats To A SIMBL All-Star Game Record-Low Three Hits In First Shutout In SIMBL All-Star Game History


The 2024 SIMBL All-Stars take the annual traditional moment of silence to honor the memory of Nicolas Mabie, the late infant son of charter SIMBL GM and former Augusta Spartans (now Charlotte Landsharks) GM Steph Mabie, who the annual SIMBL Midsummer Classic has long been named in honor of.

Due to a re-SIM of a previous 7-4 Union League victory that was for nought due to a game crash, the UL again defeated the Syndicate League 3-0 in the 2024 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game hosted by Hawaii GM John McGuinness' Pineapples at their sold-out E Komo Mai Field in front of 44,559 SIMBL fans.

The victory is the second straight for the UL and cuts their all-time deficit against their SL rivals as the SL leads 12-8 in the past twenty SIMBL Midsummer Classics.  It is the first shutout in the SIMBL All-Star Game history of twenty games.  The low-scoring affair is also the sixth time out of the last seven contests that the losing team scored only one run or less. 

The UL pitching of Bristol's Oki Okada, Oregon's Darby Hendrickson, Cleveland's Ron Jackson, Cleveland's Manuel Ramirez, Westbury's Chet Fisher, Texas' Bill Webber, Whitby's Brian Woods, Cleveland's Jake Jackson, Dallas' Juan Rivera, Bristol's Ron Orr, Cleveland's Patrick Anderson, Bend's Marvin Baldwin and New York's Andrew Steele held the SL All-Stars to a SIMBL All-Star Game record-low of only three hits in the contest.

Okada, making his last UL start before being traded to the SL's Chicago Hitmen in a pre-All-Star Game trade, started in place of the tired Texas ace Richard Dicks Jr. and allowed only a hit in a scoreless three innings to earn the win.  Deer Lake's Glenn Murphy also started for the SL and threw three innings allowing three hits and two runs to earn the loss.

New York backstop Adam Wilson singled with one out in top of the third inning before Dallas' two-time SL Slugger Of The Year Tony Aguilar blasted a 394-foot home run to right field off of Murphy to give the UL a 2-0 lead.

Cleveland's Miguel Espinoza walked in the top of the fifth and Aguilar singled off of Hollywood's Bobby Bruno to move "Espy" to third base.  Calgary first baseman Colt McAlister then drove in Espinoza with a single to right field to give the UL the final 3-0 score as the SL never threatened in the game.  Deer Lake's Duane Fuller had the only extra-base hit off the game besides Aguilar's blast with a meaningless double in the bottom of the eighth inning.

Aguilar went 3-for-5 with a single, home run, a stolen base and scored a run to earn 2024 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP honors.

McAlister went 2-for-4 with an RBI and Dallas second baseman Paul Rose went 2-for-4 leading the UL's ten-hit attack.

All SIMBL teams were represented in the 20th annual SIMBL All-Star Game as all positional players and non-tired pitchers played in the game and all SIMBL GMs were in attendance and the SIMBL League office and SIMBL GMs were very impressed with the Pineapples' hosting of the annual SIMBL Midsummer Classic.

2024 SYNDICATE LEAGUE STARTERS (CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

C Micah Irwin Las Vegas .292 AVG 15 HR 50 RBI .882 OPS (1)   
1B Jason Flynt Las Vegas .318 AVG 19 HR 74 RBI .912 OPS (3)
2B Cal Roberts Las Vegas .300 AVG 2 HR 35 RBI .815 OPS (2)
SS Francisco Santos Chicago .275 0 HR 38 RBI .704 OPS 23 SB (1)
3B Chance Bailey Charlotte .309 AVG 18 HR 55 RBI .877 OPS (6)   
OF Joe Hayes Knoxville .332 AVG 10 HR 48 RBI .901 OPS 46 SB (1)
OF Marc Carter Hollywood .244 AVG 27 HR 61 RBI .852 OPS (1)
OF Benjamin Rodriguez Boston  .267 AVG 17 HR 68 RBI .816 OPS (4)  
DH Layne Hamilton Hollywood .299 AVG 21 HR 68 RBI .902 OPS (2)
SP1 Glenn Murphy Deer Lake 13-3 2.80 ERA 0.96 (4)

SP2 Bobby Bruno Hollywood 10-5 4.26 ERA 1.22 WHIP (5)
SP3 Dave Jackson Hollywood  10-7 2.85 ERA 0.97 WHIP (1)
SP4 Alex Lynch Las Vegas 13-3 3.49 ERA 1.27 WHIP (1)
SP5 Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas 12-5 3.18 ERA 1.16 ERA (2)

RP1 Alex Martin Rochester 46.2 IP 0.96 ERA 0.96 WHIP 22 SV (1)
RP2 Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego 42.0 IP 1.07 ERA 0.76 WHIP (4)  
RP3 Giambattista Festa Charlotte 36.0 IP 2.50 ERA 1.22 ERA 16 SV (1)
RP4 Billy Ray Mendette Las Vegas  53.0 IP 2.21 ERA 0.87 WHIP 7 SV (2)

2024 SYNDICATE LEAGUE RESERVES(CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

SP Gustave Sequin Hollywood  10-5 3.38 ERA 1.26 WHIP (1)
SP Jerry Poliskin Chicago 9-4 3.00 ERA 1.10 WHIP (1)
SP Jim Spears Las Vegas 6-2 3.20 ERA 1.33 WHIP (1)
SP Mario Alfonso Las Vegas 9-3 3.36 ERA 1.12 WHIP (1)
SP Alberto Tovar Rochester 10-8 3.21 ERA 1.10 WHIP (5)

RP Blair Singleton Las Vegas 51.0 IP 0.88 ERA 0.71 WHIP (2)
RP Sean O'Neal Knoxville 43.2 IP 0.82 ERA 0.94 WHIP (1)
RP Angelino Castro Asheville 55.2 IP 1.94 ERA 1.08 WHIP (1)
RP Dez Jordan Asheville 39.1 IP 0.91 ERA 0.86 WHIP 21 SV (3)
RP Aaron Vukevich Chicago 40.0 IP 2.25 ERA 0.93 WHIP 24 SV (2)
RP Matt Heath Charlotte 45.0 IP 2.00 ERA 0.72 WHIP (2)

DH Lionel Pendleton Knoxville .291 AVG 19 HR 67 RBI .874 OPS (1)
C Matthew Boggs Hollywood .288 AVG 11 HR 41 HR .801 OPS (5)
1B Ju-Won Shi Hollywood .351 AVG 3 HR 24 RBI .899 OPS (1)
SS Victor Cruz Las Vegas .305 AVG 2 HR 23 RBI .811 OPS 23 SB (2)
2B Duane Fuller Deer Lake .249 AVG 14 HR 53 RBI .804 OPS (5)
3B Carl Chaulk Las Vegas .251 AVG 18 HR 73 RBI .753 OPS (1)
OF Tony Flubbs Hawaii .316 AVG 3 HR 24 RBI .819 OPS (1)
OF Kendrick Templeton Sacramento .299 AVG 13 HR 51 RBI .855 OPS (1)
OF Joe Buchanan Rochester .241 AVG 24 HR 54 RBI .803 OPS 26 SB (1)
OF Pablo Lopez Asheville .307 AVG 11 HR 36 RBI .801 OPS (1)

2024 UNION LEAGUE STARTERS (CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

C Adam Wilson New York .278 AVG 9 HR 34 RBI .833 OPS (1)
1B Colt McAlister Calgary .310 AVG 27 HR 65 RBI 1.039 OPS (5)
2B Paul Rose Dallas .281 AVG 18 HR 59 RBI .869 OPS (3)
SS Michael Morgan Toronto .301 AVG 10 HR 46 RBI .839 OPS 18 SB (3)
3B Troy Baca New York .311 AVG 22 HR 71 RBI .931 OPS (6)
OF Tony Aguilar Dallas .307 AVG 31 HR 76 RBI 1.066 OPS 37 SB (4)
OF Miguel Espinoza Cleveland .342 AVG 2 HR 32 RBI .869 OPS 33 SB (4)
OF Alberto Delgado Bend .301 AVG 28 HR 72 RBI 1.056 OPS 15 SB (4)
DH Carlos Molina Calgary .306 AVG 31 HR 78 RBI 1.027 OPS 16 SB (4)
SP1 Richard Dicks Jr. Texas 11-4 1.95 ERA 0.87 WHIP (3)

SP2 Brian Woods Whitby 12-2 3.29 ERA 1.35 WHIP (1)
SP3 Trevor Brooks Whitby 11-5 3.32 ERA 1.16 WHIP (1)
SP4 Oki Okada Bristol 9-5 2.24 ERA 0.98 WHIP (4)
SP5 Ryan Thomas Whitby 12-3 2.85 ERA 1.04 WHIP (1)

2024 UNION LEAGUE RESERVES (CAREER ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES):

SP Vinny Corleone Calgary 10-5 2.88 ERA 0.97 WHIP (6)
SP Manuel Ramirez Cleveland 9-4 1.82 ERA 1.15 WHIP (1)
SP Darby Hendrickson Oregon 9-6 3.12 ERA 1.39 WHIP (1)
SP Ross Brooks Dallas 10-4 3.18 ERA 1.08 WHIP (2)
SP Ron Jackson Cleveland 10-5 3.14 ERA 1.09 WHIP (1)
SP Deangelo Ceja Whitby 10-3 3.40 ERA 1.02 WHIP (4)
SP Colby Campbell Calgary 8-3 2.84 ERA 1.01 WHIP (3)  

RP Juan Rivera Dallas 36.2 IP 0.98 ERA 0.82 WHIP 22 SV (3)
RP Ron Orr Bristol 35.2 IP 0.25 ERA 1.01 WHIP 20 SV (2)
RP Jake Jackson Cleveland 38.0 IP 1.42 ERA 0.74 WHIP 19 SV (1)
RP Bob Detty Calgary 50.0 IP 2.16 ERA 1.06 WHIP (1)
RP Larry Hamilton Toronto 44.1 IP 0.81 ERA 0.92 WHIP (2)
RP Luis Martinez Calgary 69.1 IP 2.47 ERA 1.10 WHIP (2)
RP Marvin Baldwin Bend 31.1 IP 1.72 ERA 0.96 WHIP (1)
RP Andrew Steele New York 32.0 IP 0.84 ERA 0.63 WHIP (2)
RP Chet Fisher Westbury 39.0 IP 2.31 ERA 1.23 WHIP (1)
RP Patrick Anderson Cleveland 46.1 IP 2.33 ERA 1.25 WHIP (1)
RP Bill Webber Texas 50.1 IP 2.32 ERA 0.97 WHIP (1)
RP Andrew Stephens Oregon 38.1 IP 1.41 ERA 0.99 WHIP 19 SV (5)

C Dan Gilmore Dallas .271 AVG 8 HR 46 RBI .756 OPS (1)
1B Toby Gibson Whitby .313 AVG 19 HR 68 RBI .980 OPS (2)
1B Ash Wilson Bristol .327 AVG 22 HR 61 RBI 1.050 OPS (1)
1B Artie Bradley New York .310 AVG 9 HR 47 RBI .820 OPS (1)  
1B Clyde Dunham Seattle .292 AVG 7 HR 32 RBI .879 OPS (1)
2B Peyton Michaels Toronto .276 AVG 13 HR 49 RBI .830 OPS (3)
OF Dustin Powers Whitby .285 AVG 17 HR 49 RBI .934 OPS (3)
OF Terry Reese Whitby .306 AVG 14 HR 53 RBI .926 OPS 20 SB (1)
OF Ty Brown Oregon .284 AVG 24 HR 56 RBI .873 OPS (1)
OF Matthew Brown Calgary .273 AVG 11 HR 44 RBI .740 OPS 70 SB (4)
OF Eric Evans Westbury .315 AVG 2 HR 36 RBI .825 OPS 16 SB (1)
OF Lance Stanley III Dallas .309 AVG 12 HR 38 RBI .903 OPS 30 SB (3)
OF Zachery Dye New York .288 AVG 7 HR 42 RBI .787 OPS 28 SB (3)

2023: UL 3 SL 1

MVP: Vincent Miller RF Hawaii
1 for 3 1 Run Scored, Home Run, RBI
Venue: The Park At Chippens Hill, Bristol, Connecticut

UL BESTS SL 3-1 IN LOW-SCORING 2023 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME IN BRISTOL

UL Pitchers Hold Big Bats Of SL In Check In Second-Lowest Scoring Game In SIMBL All-Star Game History


Bristol catcher Nicholas Hoover (above right) congratulates his Union League teammates after a 3-1 victory in the 2023 SIMBL Midsummer Classic in a sold-out house before the Owls' backstop's home crowd.  The UL halted a three-season losing streak to their SL rivals yet still trail the all-time series 12-7 in 19 overall SIMBL All-Star Games.

The Union League ended a three-season losing streak to the rival Syndicate League winning 3-1 in a low-scoring affair in the 19th annual Nicholas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game at Bristol's Park At Chippen Hills in Bristol, Connecticut.  The UL cuts the all-time series deficit to 12-7.

The UL tagged SL starter San Diego's Alberto Tovar for two runs on three hits in three innings to take a lead it would not give back and protected it with great All-Star quality pitching.

In the bottom of the first inning the UL's Alberto Delgado of Bend doubled off of Tovar. Calgary 1B Colt McAlister, the current SIMBL leader in RBI, promptly doubled the Bandits rightfielder home for a quick 1-0 UL lead.  After Dallas' Tony Aguilar struck out, Montreal DH DeShaun Mack drove in McAlister with a long single to give the UL a 2-0 lead before Tovar got out of the inning.

The score remained 2-0 until the bottom of the seventh inning when Calgary's Carlos Molina was walked by Hollywood ace Bobby Bruno.  Bristol catcher Nicholas Hoover delighted the hometown crowd with a single moving Molina to third base.  After striking out Calgary 3B Steve Waddell, the 2020 SL Hurler Of The Year gave up a double to young New York SS Pablo Young scoring Molina to give the UL a 3-0 lead and chasing Bruno out of the game in favor of Deer Lake's Glenn Murphy who got the SL out of the jam leaving two runners stranded.

Toronto MR Terry Brown allowed a solo home run to young Hawaii slugger Vincent Miller and a single to San Diego 1B Adrian Bryant before Calgary closer Barrett Jenkins got Hollywood SS Minoru Ine to ground out and struck out Rochester's Jimmy Reed for the save to end the game.

Texas ace Richard Dicks Jr. started for the UL in place of tired voted starter Calgary SP Craig Byrd.  All positional players played in the game.

In a losing cause, Hawaii's Vincent Miller was named this season's All-Star Game MVP by going 1 for 3 with one run scored, one home run and one RBI.

Calgary ace Vinny Corleone took the win for the UL and teammate closer Barrett Jenkins got the save.  San Diego ace Alberto Tovar, who has been hearing all of the major trade rumors going around the SIMBL about his services, took a rare loss.

Boston's Anthony Puffer, Las Vegas' Alan Alexander Anderson, Deer Lake's Glenn Murphy, Knoxville's Donovan Perry and Rochester's Cory Walton all pitched scoreless ball for the SL.  Texas' Richard Dicks Jr. and Calgary's Vinny Corleone pitched scoreless ball with three innings and two innings thrown respectively.  Calgary's Robert Swift and Barrett Jenkins, Montreal's Xavier Morales, Cleveland's Joey Morgan and Astoria's Joe Funk all hurled scoreless ball and earned a game hold.  Toronto's Terry Brown allowed one run but also earned a game hold as well for the UL.

This season's All-Star game was the fourth in the past five seasons in which the losing team has been held to one run and follows last season's 2-1 SL win as the second-lowest All-Star Game in SIMBL history.

The SIMBL Front Office and all SIMBL GMs were in attendance and praised the hosting efforts of Bristol GM Greg Checovetes whose Owls hosted the SIMBL Midsummer Classic for the first time in the franchise's nineteen seasons in Bristol.

2023 UNION LEAGUE VOTED STARTERS (CAREER ALL-STAR GAMES):
C Nicholas Hoover Bristol .279 AVG 6 HR 58 RBI .780 OPS (1)   
1B Colt McAlister Calgary .277 AVG 19 HR 78 RBI .913 OPS (4)   
2B Paul Rose Dallas .263 AVG 19 HR 60 RBI .897 OPS (INJURED) (2)
2B Dermont Frazier New York .288 AVG 3 HR 26 RBI .785 OPS (1)
SS Pablo Young New York .272 AVG 4 HR 32 RBI .744 OPS (1)   
3B Steve Waddell Calgary .250 AVG 16 HR 49 RBI .796 OPS (1)    
OF Alberto Delgado Bend .302 AVG 27 HR 66 RBI 1.052 OPS (2)   
OF Tony Aguilar Dallas .296 AVG 18 HR 55 RBI .898 OPS (3)   
OF Lance Stanley III Dallas .322 AVG 8 HR 18 RBI .834 OPS (2)   
DH DeShaun Mack Montreal .290 AVG 16 HR 57 RBI .900 OPS (3)   
SP Craig Byrd Calgary 15-2 1.53 ERA 0.87 WHIP (2)
2023 UNION LEAGUE VOTED PITCHERS:
SP Richard Dicks Jr. Texas 14-2 1.97 ERA 1.04 WHIP (2)   
SP Vinny Corleone Calgary 12-1 2.09 ERA 0.87 WHIP (5)   
SP Michael Gambino Oregon 12-3 3.03 ERA 1.00 WHIP (3)   
SP Robert Swift Calgary 13-3 3.47 ERA 1.22 WHIP (2)   

RP Barrett Jenkins Calgary 34.2 IP 1.30 ERA 0.84 WHIP 26 SV (3)   
RP Terry Brown Toronto 32.1 IP 1.67 ERA 1.08 WHIP 24 SV (1)   
RP Chet Fisher Montreal 40.2 IP 1.33 ERA 0.79 WHIP 11 HLD (1)   
RP Bill Oliver Bend 40.0 IP 1.80 ERA 0.90 WHIP 3 HLD (1)   
RP Ron Orr Bristol 35.0 IP 1.54 ERA 1.51 WHIP 13 SV (2)
2023 UNION LEAGUE ALL-STAR RESERVES:
SP Xavier Morales Montreal 8-4 2.30 ERA 1.11 WHIP (1)    
SP Joey Morgan Cleveland 9-5 2.80 ERA 1.01 WHIP (2)    
SP Deangelo Ceja Whitby 8-4 2.66 ERA 1.09 WHIP (3)    
SP Country Joe Thomas Texas 9-5 3.03 ERA 1.27 WHIP (1)   
RP Joe Funk Astoria 53.2 IP 2.18 ERA 0.73 WHIP 8 HLD (1)   
RP Larry Hamilton Toronto 34.2 IP 3.12 ERA 1.13 WHIP 23 HLD (1)  
1B James Mitchell Montreal .320 AVG 3 HR 31 RBI .825 OPS (1)    
1B Marlon Evans Bend .270 AVG 19 HR 53 RBI .840 OPS (1)
1B Vaughn Perry Dallas .285 AVG 11 HR 47 RBI .812 OPS (1)    
OF Gabriel Hernandez New York .335 AVG 4 HR 36 RBI .887 OPS (1)    
OF Derek Dixon Cleveland .296 AVG 11 HR 37 RBI .858 OPS 27 SB (3)    
OF Matthew Brown Calgary .294 AVG 7 HR 44 RBI .798 OPS 76 SB (3)    
OF Travis Wright Bristol .299 AVG 13 HR 43 RBI .865 OPS 22 SB (2)    
OF Carlos Molina Calgary .286 AVG 18 HR 57 RBI .891 OPS (3)    
OF Cesar Delgado Oregon .284 AVG 19 HR 56 RBI .867 OPS (4)    
OF Miguel Espinosa Cleveland .301 AVG 2 HR 20 RBI .734 OPS 37 SB (3)    
DH Dustin Powers Whitby .289 AVG 18 HR 57 RBI .878 OPS (2)
2023 SYNDICATE LEAGUE VOTED STARTERS (CAREER ALL-STAR GAMES):
C Taki Taketo San Diego .306 AVG 20 HR 56 RBI 1.013 OPS (4)   
1B Randall Lewis Las Vegas .310 AVG 19 HR 68 RBI .941 OPS (1)   
2B Duane Fuller Deer Lake .309 AVG 11 HR 42 RBI .953 OPS (INJURED) (4)  
2B Alberto Alvarez Hollywood .295 AVG 13 HR 49 RBI .800 OPS (2)  
SS Peter Turner Chicago .268 AVG 15 HR 40 RBI .830 OPS (2)  
3B Chance Bailey Charlotte .269 AVG 17 HR 50 RBI .796 OPS (5)  
OF Grady McPherson Asheville .309 AVG 13 HR 22 RBI .968 OPS (2)   
OF Vincent Miller Hawaii .266 AVG 20 HR 52 RBI .945 OPS (1)   
OF Julian Winfield Rochester .287 AVG 13 HR 52 RBI .866 OPS (3)   
DH Layne Hamilton Hollywood .300 AVG  20 HR 67 RBI .905 OPS (2)
SP Alberto Tovar San Diego 14-1 1.97 ERA 0.80 WHIP (4)
2023 SYNDICATE LEAGUE VOTED PITCHERS:
SP Anthony Puffer Boston 10-3 1.72 ERA 0.94 WHIP (4)   
SP Santiago Gonzalez San Diego 10-2 2.66 ERA 1.00 WHIP (1)   
SP Bartolo Vera Hollywood 10-5 2.71 ERA 1.12 WHIP (2)   
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester 10-5 2.81 ERA 1.04 WHIP (2)   

RP Angel Soriano Hawaii 36.0 IP 0.50 ERA 0.69 WHIP 21 SV (2)  
RP Dez Jordan Asheville 36.0 IP 1.25 ERA 0.92 WHIP 19 SV (2)  
RP David Butler Knoxville 52.1 IP 0.86 ERA 0.94 WHIP  5 HLD (1)   
RP Cedric Isaacson Las Vegas 36.1 IP 1.73 ERA 1.02 WHIP 22 SV (1)    
RP Willie Roger DeMarco 37.0 IP 2.43 ERA 1.00 WHIP 24 SV (3)
2023 SYNDICATE LEAGUE ALL-STAR RESERVES:
SP Glenn Murphy Deer Lake 6-5 2.18 ERA 0.96 WHIP (3)  
SP Bobby Bruno Hollywood 8-4 2.65 ERA 1.10 WHIP (4)  
SP Riley Charboneau Las Vegas 9-4 2.66 ERA 1.11 WHIP (1)  
SP Donovan Perry Knoxville 8-3 2.78 ERA 1.09 WHIP (1)  
SP Paul Coleman Chicago 8-3 3.05 ERA 1.13 WHIP (1)  
SP Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas 8-3 3.14 ERA 1.05 WHIP (2)  
RP Cory Walton Rochester 33.1 IP 1.89 ERA 0.81 WHIP 11 SV (1)  
RP Rob Stanley Asheville 38.2 IP 1.86 ERA 0.80 WHIP 10 HLD (1)  
RP Darrell Brown Knoxville 36.2 IP 1.47 ERA 0.87 WHIP 8 HLD (2)  
RP Lamar Jones Hawaii 43.0 IP 1.67 ERA 1.26 WHIP 2 HLD (1)  
C Jorge Hernandez Charlotte .278 AVG 15 HR 35 RBI .899 OPS (2)  
1B Frank Hodges Deer Lake .278 AVG 17 HR 43 RBI .882 OPS (2)  
1B Adrian Bryant San Diego .295 AVG 13 HR 47 RBI .791 OPS (1)  
3B Jeff Myers Boston .302 AVG 6 HR 41 RBI ..748 OPS (3)  
SS Minoru Ine Hollywood .302 AVG 3 HR 26 RBI .807 OPS (1)  
OF Jimmy Reed Rochester .304 AVG 4 HR 19 RBI .820 OPS (1)

2022: SL 2 UL 1

MVP: Chance Bailey 3B Augusta
1 for 4 2 Run Scored, Home Run, RBI
Venue: Hooters Park Of Sacramento Sacramento, California

SL CONTINUES MASTERY OF UL WITH WALK-OFF 2-1 WIN IN 2022 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Oregon Closer Stephens Walks Home Winning Run After Loading Bases In Bottom Of 9th


SL teammates meet Augusta's Chance Bailey at home plate (above) after four-time All-Star Oregon closer Andrew Stephens uncharacteristically loaded the bases and then walked in the winning run giving the SL a 2-1 walk-off win over the SL in the 2022 SIMBL All-Star Game in Sacramento.

The Syndicate League continued it's dominance over the Union League in a thrilling walk-off 2-1 victory in the 2022 SIMBL All-Star Game at Hooters Park Of Sacramento.

The SL increased it's all-time series lead to 12-6.

Augusta slugger Chance Bailey put the SL up 1-0 in the bottom of the 2nd inning with a solo home run off of Calgary's Craig Byrd.

The UL came back to tie the game in the top of the 4th inning when reigning UL MVP Dallas LF Tony Aguilar singled off of Augusta's Bradley Malone.  Oregon's newly-acquired 1B Ken Blaylock then doubled the speedy Aguilar home to make it 1-1 where the scored stayed until the bottom of the 9th inning.

UL pitchers Whitby's Carlos Aguilar, Montreal's Junior Johnson, Astoria's Aaron Vukevich, and Dallas' Juan Rivera and SL pitchers Rochester's Stan Pennington, Knoxville's Darrell Brown, Hawaii's Andrew Walker and Augusta's Rich Barnes held the opposition scoreless until the 9th inning.

Boston's Gregory Sheppard, leading the SIMBL in batting average, tripled off of Oregon uber-closer Andrew Stephens to start the bottom of the ninth inning.  The ever-dangerous Bailey was intentionally walked and then Stephens uncharacteristically gave up another walk to Boston catcher Eddie Bryant.

Hollywood 1B Layne Hamilton then bounced into a fielder's choice at home plate moving Bailey to third and Bryant to second and putting Hamilton at first.

With the sold-out crowd rocking in a SL ballpark, the four-time All-Star and former 2019 UL Fireman Of The Year Stephens walked Sacramento 1B Jack Keith on five pitches to send Bailey home and to give the SL the walk-off win.

The UL was held to just four hits while the SL was held to only five hits.

Augusta 3B Chance Bailey was named the 2022 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP with his solo home run going 1 for 4 with a walk and two runs scored including the game-winner.

Augusta's Rich Barnes was credited with the win while Oregon's Andrew Stephens was given the loss in the 18th annual SIMBL All-Star Game.

The 2022 Union League All-Stars Starters & Reserves (Career All-Star Game Appearances):

VOTED STARTERS:

C Glenn Wilson Montreal (2)
1B Ken Blaylock Oregon (2)
2B Peyton Michaels Toronto (2)
SS Michael Morgan Toronto (2)
3B Scott Wyatt Toronto (1)
OF Tony Aguilar Dallas (2)
OF Zachery Dye New York (2)
OF Miguel Espinosa Cleveland (2)
DH DeShaun Mack Montreal (2)
SP1 Roger Knapper Calgary (1)

RESERVES:

SP2 Vinny Corleone Calgary (4)
SP3 Craig Byrd Calgary (1) 
SP4 Oki Okada Bristol (3)
SP5 Rolland Levebvre Dallas (2)

RP1 Pat Carver Astoria (4)
RP2 Barrett Jenkins Calgary (2)
RP3 Aaron Vukevich Astoria (1)
RP4 Carlos Aguilar Whitby (1)
RP5 Junior Johnson Montreal (2)

SP Michael Gambino Oregon (2)
SP Ross Brooks Dallas (1)
1B Jesus Montoya Dallas (1)
RF Julius Day New York (1)
CF Lance Stanley III Dallas (2)
LF Michael Lonewolf Calgary (1)
RF Alberto Delgado Bend (2)
RF Derek Dixon Cleveland (2)
CF Robinson O'Neil Whitby (2)
CL Juan Rivera Dallas (2)
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon (4)

The 2022 Syndicate League All-Stars Starters & Reserves (Career All-Star Game Appearances):

VOTED STARTERS:

C Taki Taketo San Diego (3)
1B Jack Keith Sacramento (1)
2B Scotty Reese Rochester (2)
SS Michael Turner Deer Lake (1) (Injured)
3B Chance Bailey Augusta (4)
OF Gregory Sheppard Boston (2)
OF Joshua Bradford Augusta (1)
OF Clint Proctor Hawaii (1)
DH Layne Hamilton Hollywood (1)
SP1 Alberto Tovar San Diego (3)

RESERVES:

SP2 Bradley Malone Augusta (1)
SP3 Bartolo Vera Hollywood (1)
SP4 Brody McIllmoyle Asheville  (1)
SP5 Bobby Bruno Hollywood (3)

MR1 Andrew Walker Hawaii (2)
MR2 Rich Barnes Augusta (1)
MR3 Darrell Brown Knoxville (1)
MR4 Angel Soriano Hawaii (1)
MR5 Michael Steffens Augusta (2)

RP Earl Long Rochester (2)
RP Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego (2)
SP Stan Pennington Rochester (1)
SP Zach Miller Boston (1)
SP Alan Alexander Anderson Las Vegas (1)
SS Victor Cruz Las Vegas (1)
C Matthew Boggs Hollywood (4)
2B Pete Turner Chicago (1)
RF Ben Clay Boston (1)
C Eddie Bryant Boston (1)
MR Kelly Wright San Diego (1)

2021: SL 4 UL 1

MVP: Willie Briggs 1B Asheville
1 for 2, 1 Run Scored, Home Run, 2 RBI
Venue: Wrigleyville Stadium Chicago, Illinois

ASHEVILLE'S 'OLD RELIABLE' BRIGGS' BLAST LEADS SL TO 4-1 WIN OVER UL IN 2021 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Smokies 38 Year-Old First Baseman Proving He Still Has Plenty Of Gas Left In The Tank

SL teammates celebrate their 4-1 victory over the rival UL in the 2021 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game in Chicago, Illinois. The SL now has won 11 of the 17 past annual SIMBL Midsummer Classics.

Asheville's Willie Briggs (above) was named the 2021 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP by hitting a two-run shot off of Whitby closer Kelvin Wilson in the top of the sixth inning which proved to be the deciding factor in the SL's 4-1 win over the UL. The 38 year-old Briggs, who was drafted by Astoria in the 2019 SIMBL New File Era Inaugural Draft in the eighth round then traded to Sunnyvale, then back to Astoria then to San Diego in just his first two seasons before signing a three-year $66,210,000 free agent deal with Asheville last offseason, still carries elite 8/8/8/6/6 ratings heading towards his 39th birthday coming up on July 31, 2021.

The Syndicate League continue their mastery over their rival with a 4-1 win over the Union League in the 17th annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial All-Star Game hosted by GM John Bowden's Chicago Hitmen in their sold-out Wrigleyville Stadium.

Ageless Asheville first baseman Willie Briggs hit a game-deciding two-run home run off of Whitby closer Kelvin Wilson in the top of the sixth inning to break open a 2-1 SL lead earning the 38 year-old two time All-Star the 2021 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP Award.

The UL took the lead in the bottom of the second when Dallas's emerging superstar Tony Aguilar singled and promptly stole second base. After teammate Paul Rose struck out, New York's 37 year-old veteran Glenn Webb singled "Troop" in off of San Diego's Bobby Grimes, who made his SIMBL record-tying tenth All-Star Game appearance, for a 1-0 UL lead.

In the top of the third, the SL loaded the bases but failed to plate a run when Bristol SP Oki Okada got San Diego stud catcher Taki Taketo and Sunnyvale slugger Chance Bailey to fly out with the bases loaded to end the threat.

The SL loaded the bases in the bottom half of the inning but Colchester 36 year-old SP Carlos Ramirez, who earned the win, struck out Dallas youngster Paul Rose to end the inning and threat.

In the top of the fourth, Bristol SP Oki Okada was laced for a 468-foot solo shot by San Diego 1B Frank "The Tank" Hodges to tie the game at 1-1.

In the top of the fifth, Calgary ace Vinny Corleone walked Las Vegas 2B Cal Roberts. After striking out Colchester's Michael Caldwell, Rochester's Julian Winfield singled then advanced to second on an error by Tacoma right fielder Derek Dixon. Boston SP Colby Campbell relieved Corleone and allowed San Diego's Taki Taketo to hit into a fielder's choice which scored Roberts to give the SL a 2-1 lead. Campbell then walked Sunnyvale's Chance Bailey and Knoxville's Jason Flynt back-to-back before Oregon SP Michael Gambino came in to strike out San Diego 1B Frank Hodges with the bases loaded.

In the top of the sixth, Whitby closer Kelvin Wilson walked San Diego CF Kent Harvey to start things off. Harvey, who set the SIMBL record with 106 stolen bases last season and is on pace to shatter that mark this season with 77 current swipes, promptly stole second on orders from SL manager Paul Ware. Up to the plate came one of the SIMBL's most unappreciated superstars in the old wily veteran Willie Briggs who drove a Wilson fastball 399 feet to give the SL a 4-1 lead that they would not relinquish.

The UL threatend in the bottom of the 7th when New York SS Jeff Myers, who became the first player in the New File Era to be voted to start at two seperate positions in the SIMBL's Midsummer Classic, singled and Bend rookie catcher Michael Ballard singled to put runners at first and second with no outs. Augusta's Matt Heath then came in to replace Los Angeles' struggling Andrew Walker and got Astoria's first-half UL MVP candidate Cesar Delgado to ground into a crucial double-play and then enticed Boston's dangerous DeShaun Mack to ground out as well to end the threat.

Asheville's young stud closer and former first round draft pick Dez Jordan, Los Angeles closer Manny Torres, Rochester closer Earl Long and San Diego's young star closer Wilie Roger DeMarco then slammed the door to preserve the SL's eleventh victory in 17 All-Star Games against their UL rivals. DeMarco earned the save while Knoxville's Nelson Hawke, San Diego's Alberto Tovar, Los Angeles' Andrew Walker, Augusta's Matt Heath, Asheville's Dez Jordan, Rochester's Earl Long and Los Angeles's Manny Torres all earned game holds for Colchester's Carlos Ramirez who took the win. Calgary's Vinny Corleone was handed the loss.

San Diego's Frank Hodges and Colchester's Michael Caldwell each struck out three times of the SL's staggering 15 total K's at the plate. The SL was limited to four strikeouts and had nine hits yet could only score one run.

The SIMBL League Office praised the Chicago Hitmen and GM John Bowden for their extravagant hosting of the annual SIMBL All-Star Game. The Hitmen not only earned all of the compliments of the SIMBL elite but also received all of the valuable benefits from hosting the 17th annual SIMBL Midsummer Classic as well.

UNION LEAGUE VOTED STARTERS:

C Michael Ballard Bend .309 AVG 7 HR 32 RBI .828 OPS (1)
1B Colt McAlister Calgary .321 AVG 14 HR 52 RBI 1.038 OPS (3) *
2B Paul Rose Dallas .304 AVG 15 HR 50 RBI .899 OPS (1)
SS Jeff Myers New York .323 AVG 8 HR 36 RBI .841 OPS (2) *
3B Glenn Webb New York .288 AVG 10 HR 39 RBI .884 OPS (2) *
OF Tony Aguilar Dallas .310 AVG 21 HR 56 RBI 1.006 OPS 48 SB (1)
OF Derek Dixon Tacoma .367 AVG 8 HR 34 RBI 1.054 OPS 24 SB (1)
OF Zachery Dye New York .318 AVG 17 HR 64 RBI .956 OPS 15 SB (1)
DH DeShaun Mack Boston .328 AVG 15 HR 68 RBI 1.032 OPS (1)
SP Vinny Corleone Calgary 13-2 1.33 ERA 0.89 WHIP 88.9 QS% (3) *

UNION LEAGUE VOTED RESERVES:

SP Richard Dicks Jr. Texas 9-5 2.15 ERA 0.99 WHIP 77.8 QS% (1)
SP Colby Campbell Boston 9-2 2.00 ERA 1.04 WHIP 93.8 QS% (2) *
SP Michael Gambino Oregon 13-7 3.20 ERA 1.19 WHIP 69.6 QS% (1)
SP Brian Gibson Tacoma 8-2 2.67 ERA 1.11 WHIP 53.3 QS% (1)

RP Barrett Jenkins Calgary 38.0 IP 0.47 ERA 0.71 WHIP 24 SV 96.0 SV% (1)
RP Pat Carver Astoria 39.0 IP 0.92 ERA 0.64 WHIP 21 SV 91.3 SV% (3) *
RP Kendall Hayes Bend 38.3 IP 0.47 ERA 0.65 WHIP 20 SV 95.2 SV% (2)
RP Patrick Donovan New York 41.0 IP 0.22 ERA 0.95 WHIP 3 SV (1)
RP Kelvin Wilson Whitby 38.0 IP 1.89 ERA 1.00 WHIP 20 SV 87.0 SV% (2)

UNION LEAGUE MANAGER RESERVES:

OF Cesar Delgado Astoria .287 AVG 26 HR 71 RBI .967 OPS (3) *
OF Cesar Castillo Toronto .308 AVG 17 HR 64 RBI .960 OPS (1)
OF Christopher Pearson Astoria .302 AVG 17 HR 66 RBI .909 OPS (2)
SP Oki Okada Bristol 11-4 2.89 ERA 1.06 WHIP 77.8 QS% (2) *
RP Andrew Stephens Oregon 32.2 IP 2.76 ERA 1.07 WHIP 26 SV 92.9 SV% (3) *
RP Juan Rivera Dallas 41.0 IP 0.88 ERA 0.90 WHIP 9 SV 90.0 SV% (1)

SYNDICATE LEAGUE VOTED STARTERS:

C Taki Taketo San Diego .316 AVG 24 HR 69 RBI 1.079 OPS (2)
1B Frank Hodges San Diego .289 AVG 21 HR 49 RBI .982 OPS (1)
2B Cal Roberts Las Vegas .329 AVG 2 HR 34 RBI .841 OPS (1)
SS Michael Caldwell Colchester .302 AVG 1 HR 28 RBI .772 OPS (1)
3B Chance Bailey Sunnyvale .305 AVG 19 HR 47 RBI .872 OPS (3)
OF Julian Winfield Rochester .346 AVG 24 HR 60 RBI 1.126 OPS 26 SB (2) *
OF Kory Stone San Diego .305 AVG 21 HR 60 RBI .994 OPS (2) *
OF Jason Flynt Knoxville .285 AVG 20 HR 57 RBI .880 OPS (2)
DH Ramon Reyes Colchester .307 AVG 5 HR 49 RBI .850 OPS (1)
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego 14-2 2.13 ERA 0.97 WHIP 89.5 QS% (10)

SYNDICATE LEAGUE VOTED RESERVES:

SP Alberto Tovar San Diego 14-3 2.06 ERA 0.92 WHIP 68.4 QS% (2)
SP Bobby Bruno Hollywood 11-4 1.81 ERA 1.00 WHIP 83.3 QS% (2) *
SP Nelson Hawke Knoxville 11-3 2.82 ERA 1.03 WHIP 64.7 QS% (1)
SP Carlos Ramirez Colchester 10-4 2.65 ERA 1.14 WHIP 72.2 QS% (1)

RP Manny Torres Los Angeles 36.2 IP 1.47 ERA 0.98 WHIP 21 SV 87.5 SV% (2)
RP Blair Singleton Las Vegas 38.0 IP 0.47 ERA 1.00 WHIP 16 SV 94.1 SV% (1)
RP Dez Jordan Asheville 40.0 IP 1.58 ERA 1.00 WHIP 12 SV 85.7 SV% (1)
RP Earl Long Rochester 35.2 IP 2.52 ERA 1.18 WHIP 21 SV 87.5 SV% (1)
RP Willie Roger DeMarco San Diego 35.1 IP 2.55 ERA 1.08 WHIP 25 SV 92.6 SV% (1)

SYNDICATE LEAGUE MANAGER RESERVES:

C Matthew Boggs Hollywood .301 AVG 10 HR 39 RBI .839 OPS (3) *
1B Willie Briggs Asheville .313 AVG 12 HR 45 RBI .920 OPS (2)
OF Kent Harvey San Diego .279 AVG 6 HR 27 RBI .743 OPS 59 SB (1)
OF Carl Stevens Las Vegas .259 AVG 18 HR 37 RBI .847 OPS (1)
RP Matt Heath Augusta 38.2 IP 1.63 ERA 0.88 WHIP (1)
RP Andrew Walker Los Angeles 32.1 IP 0.84 ERA 0.90 WHIP (1)

2020: SL 9 UL 7

MVP: Scotty Reese 2B Rochester
3 for 4, 2 Runs Scored, Double, 2 RBI
Venue: Blue Ridge Stadium Asheville, North Carolina

SL BESTS UL 9-7 IN 2020 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME SLUGFEST

Rochester Veteran Second Baseman Reese Named MVP In Wild High-Scoring Affair


The 2020 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game was another success this time in Asheville, North Carolina as GM Pete McGowan's Smokies hosted the 16th annual SIMBL extravaganza. Fans were treated to a free meet and greet autograph session as SIMBL stars such as Rochester rookie and future superstar Julian Winfield (above) signed for the SIMBL faithful before the game.


SIMBL Front Office personnel escort actress Sarah Jessica Parker (above right) to home plate to throw out the first pitch of the 16th annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game in Asheville, North Carolina.


2020 SIMBL All-Stars meet on the field prior to the SL's 9-7 win in the 16th annual meeting of the two rival leagues in the SIMBL's yearly Midsummer Classic.

In a slugfest in Asheville's Blue Ridge Stadium, the Syndicate League got by the rival Union League 9-7 in the 2020 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game. The win increases the SL's series lead to 10-6 in sixteen past SIMBL All-Star Games.

This season's traditional LIVE SIM was handled by Calgary GM Christian DeMarco for the UL and Rochester GM Jamey Carter managing the SL.

Manhattan Beach SS Alberto Alvarez singled off of Bristol's UL starter Oki Okada and stole second base in the bottom of the first inning. Rochester 2B Scotty Reese promptly doubled him home for a 1-0 SL lead.

The UL retaliated in the top of the second when Hartford slugger Dustin Powers, making his first All-Star Game trip, tripled off of Los Angeles SL starter Robert Swift. Boston SS Jesse Horner then swatted at two-run homer to give the UL a 2-1 lead.

The SL wasted no time in the bottom of the second getting to Okada as Los Angeles OF Cliff Mills and Colchester rookie DH Leonard Williamson both singled. An Okada wild pitch scored Mills. DeMarco then pulled the SIMBL's third overall pick in the 2019 New File Era Inaugural for Bend's savvy veteran ace Antonio Santana.

Santana promptly gave up singles to Alvarez and Reese scoring Williamson. San Diego OF Kory Stone then doubled in Alvarez and Reese to give the SL a commanding 5-2 lead after two innings.

The UL brought in Calgary SP Javier Guzman who continued his stellar season by calming the storm and shutting down the SL rallying cries.

The top of the fourth inning saw more explosions as Powers reached first on an error and then Bend slugger Alberto Delgado was hit by a pitch by San Diego ace Rhett Forrester. Enter Calgary's Colt McAlister as a pinch-hitter who clobbered Forrester for a three-run blast as the UL quickly retook the lead 6-5.

Texas stud closer Dontrelle Jackson and Oregon star closer Andrew Stephens held down the fort for the UL in the bottom of the fourth inning and fifth inning respectively. Rochester SP Kelly Holbrook and Colchester veteran reliever Nathaniel Greene did the same for the SL in the top of the fifth inning and the top of the sixth inning as well.

Astoria ace closer Pat "The Butcher" Carver, in his second SIMBL All-Star Game, allowed a double to Williamson and an intentional walk order by DeMarco to the always dangerous Alvarez put runners on first and second with one out in the bottom of the sixth inning. Enter Boston reliever Junior Johnson who allowed a three-run tater to Rochester wonderookie Julian Winfield to give the SL a 9-6 lead.

San Diego reliever Eric Kelley held down the UL in the top of the seventh before giving way to Knoxville reliever Trent Murphy who gave up a solo shot to Bristol slugger Hubie Graham in the top of the eighth inning to close the UL to a 9-7 deficit.

A trio of the SL's best relievers consisting of Augusta's Michael Steffens, Colchester's Miguel Rivera and Sunnyvale's Robert McFadden then secured the victory by shutting down the UL in the top of the ninth inning to give the SL home field advantage in this season's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

Rochester veteran 2B Scotty Reese was named the 2020 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP by going 3 for 4 with two runs scored, a double, a single and two RBI.

2020 UNION LEAGUE STARTERS:

C Glenn Wilson Boston
1B Ken Blaylock Astoria
2B David Campbell Hartford
3B Chance Bailey Dallas
SS Jesse Horner Boston
OF Carlos Molina Calgary
OF Alberto Delgado Bend
OF Matthew Brown Calgary
DH Dustin Powers Hartford
SP Colby Campbell Boston

2020 UNION LEAGUE RESERVES:

SP Oki Okada Bristol
SP Antonio Santana Bend
SP Javier Guzman Calgary
SP Kenneth Haas Bend
SP Odon Quinto Hartford
CL Pat Carver Astoria
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon
CL Kerry Powell Boston
MR Junior Johnson Boston
CL Dontrelle Jackson Texas

C Curt Landry Hartford
1B Colt McAlister Calgary
3B Jeff Myers New York
SS Michael Morgan Toronto
SS Joaquin Pena Calgary
LF Hubie Graham Bristol
RF Miquel Espinoza Tacoma

2020 SYNDICATE LEAGUE STARTERS:

C Eddie Bryant Colchester
1B Steve Hendricks Knoxville
2B Scotty Reese Rochester
3B Glenn Webb Chicago
2B Alberto Alvarez Manhattan Beach
OF Cesar Delgado Chicago
OF Kory Stone San Diego
OF Cliff Mills Los Angeles
DH Leonard Williamson Colchester
SP Bobby Bruno Manhattan Beach

2020 SYNDICATE LEAGUE RESERVES:

SP Kelly Holbrook Rochester
SP Robert Swift Los Angeles
SP Rhett Forrester San Diego
SP Vinny Corleone Knoxville
CL Trent Murphy Knoxville
CL Robert McFadden Sunnyvale
MR Eric Kelley San Diego
MR Nathaniel Greene Colchester
CL Miguel Rivera Colchester
CL Michael Steffens Augusta

C Matthew Boggs Manhattan Beach
1B Kane Martin Rochester
SS Trent Forrester Knoxville
2B Mike Hawk Sacramento
1B Armando Sanchez Sunnyvale
RF Julian Winfield Rochester
CF Gregory Sheppard Colchester

2019: UL 6 SL 1

MVP: Peyton Michaels 2B Toronto
2 for 2 1 Run Scored Single, Home Run 3 RBI
Venue: Bobby Jones Memorial Stadium Augusta, Georgia

UL DOMINATES SL IN 6-1 WIN IN 2019 NICOLAS MABIE MEMORIAL SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Syndicate League Held To An All-Star Game Record-Low Of Three Hits In Rout

Toronto 2B Peyton Michaels (above) connects on a two-run blast off of Knoxville ace Vinny Corleone in the top of the fourth inning to give the UL a 4-1 lead in the 15th annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game. Michaels is enjoyed one of the biggest first halfs of a season in SIMBL history with 35 HR and 106 RBI at the break and is on pace to break SIMBL legend Daryl Ryles' 2008 marks of 69 HR and 172 RBI.

The Union League held the Syndicate League to a SIMBL All-Star Game record-low of three hits en route to a 6-1 win that was more of a rout than the score may indicate in the 15th annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game in Augusta, Georgia on July 9, 2019.

Voted starting pitchers Joey Morgan of Calgary and San Diego's Rhett Forrester did not start or pitch due to being tired. Bend's Antonio Santana started for the UL and San Diego's Alberto Tovar started for the SL.

The UL wasted no time in jumping over Tovar who took the loss. Calgary's 19 year-old leadoff man Matthew Brown led off the game with a double. After Oregon's Mario Montalbano flew out, Tovar hit Calgary's Colt McAlister with a pitch. Game MVP Peyton Michaels of Toronto then singled in Brown to give the UL a quick 1-0 lead. Dallas 3B Chance Bailey then doubled scoring McAlister but Michaels was thrown out at the plate to end the inning with a 2-0 UL lead.

The SL closed the gap to 2-1 in the bottom of the second when San Diego 2B Devin Corbin doubled home Sunnyvale 3B Scott Carter off of Santana.

The UL continued their rampage in the top of the fourth as Michaels belted a two-run shot of off Knoxville's Vinny Corleone to give the UL a 4-1 lead. The score remained the same until the top of the ninth as the SL seemed uninterested and overmatched in collecting a measly three hits in the game. Corbin's double was matched only by a harmless double by Los Angeles slugger Cliff Mills in the bottom of the first and a single by Manhattan Beach catcher Matthew Boggs.

The UL pitching of Santana, Hartford's Anibal Vargo, Jr., Bristol's Ashton Austin, New York closer Andrew Steele, Oregon reliever Luis Martinez, Toronto reliever Manny Silva, Hartford's Rolland Lefebvre, Toronto closer Milton Fleming, Astoria's Curtis Burke and Astoria's Pat Carver were masterful in allowing only the three hits while only walking two and striking out two. Vargo picked up the win while Steele, Martinez, Silva, Lefebvre, and Fleming picked up game holds.

Michaels, the heavy favorite for the 2019 UL season MVP if he continues his current play, went 2 for 2 with three RBI, a single, a home-run and one run scored. The Toronto second baseman is hitting .313 with 35 HR and 106 RBI in the first half. Michaels became the second player in SIMBL history, joining the legendary Daryl Ryles, to have at least 100 RBI at the All-Star break. He also is on pace to break Ryles' 2008 records of 69 HR and 172 RBI in a season.

Calgary Clippers GM Christian DeMarco managed the UL while Las Vegas Hustlers GM Carl Hannah managed the SL in a LIVE SIM that was held on the SIMBL Message Board.

The SL still leads the All-Star Game series 9-6 as the UL has now won two straight years.

Union League Starters:

C Bruno Perillo Calgary .291 BA 9 HR 43 RBI
1B Colt McAlister Calgary .324 BA 23 HR 75 RBI
2B Peyton Michaels Toronto .313 BA 35 HR 106 RBI
SS Willie Briggs Astoria .291 BA 20 HR 69 RBI
3B Chance Bailey Dallas .300 BA 32 HR 67 RBI
OF Carlos Molina Calgary .315 BA 21 HR 75 RBI
OF Mario Montalbano Oregon .320 BA 22 HR 58 RBI
OF Matthew Brown Calgary .332 BA 12 HR 43 RBI
DH Travis Wright Bristol .296 BA 23 HR 74 RBI
SP Joey Morgan Calgary 14-3 2.55 ERA

Syndicate League Starters:


C Matthew Boggs Manhattan Beach .352 BA 12 HR 54 RBI
1B Bryan Duncan Asheville .270 BA 23 HR 51 RBI
2B Devin Corbin San Diego .318 BA 4 HR 39 RBI
SS Trent Forrester Knoxville .342 BA 6 HR 36 RBI
3B Scott Carter Sunnyvale .323 BA 3 HR 33 RBI
OF Grady McPherson Asheville .309 BA 21 HR 61 RBI
OF Cliff Mills Los Angeles .278 BA 27 HR 71 RBI
OF Robinson O'Neil Sunnyvale .306 BA 4 HR 32 RBI
DH Larry Seymour Rochester .302 BA 14 HR 46 RBI
SP Rhett Forrester San Diego 13-3 2.10 ERA

Union League Reserves:

C Rolland Minor Bristol
1B Ed Clement Toronto
3B Armando Sanchez Oregon
2B Roman Sosa Bend
CF Sean Turner Boston
SP Ashton Austin Bristol
SP Rolland Lefebvre Hartford
SP Anibal Vargo, Jr. Hartford
SP Kelly Holbrook Hartford
SP Antonio Santana Bend
SP Carlos Quintana Oregon
MR Luis Martinez Oregon
CL Pat Carver Astoria
MR Manny Silva Toronto
CL Ron Orr Bristol
CL Milton Fleming Toronto
CL Andrew Stephens Oregon
CL Andrew Steele New York
MR Curtis Burke Astoria
1B James Mitchell Boston

Syndicate League Reserves:

C Taki Taketo San Diego
1B Joe Childers Los Angeles
1B Toby Gibson Sacramento
SS Mike Caldwell Colchester
3B Billy Brooks Rochester
LF Christopher Pearson Sunnyvale
LF Cesar Delgado Chicago
RF Jon Snyder Knoxville
LF Jason Flynt Knoxville
SP Alberto Tovar San Diego
SP Justin Montgomery Rochester
SP Vinny Corleone Knoxville
SP Brett Hawkins Los Angeles
SP Christian McDonald San Diego
CL Billy Ray Mendette Rochester
CL Royce Clifton Augusta
CL Manny Torres Los Angeles
CL Kelvin Wilson San Diego
MR Larry Hamilton Sacramento
MR Jeriamiah Rose Sunnyvale
SP Cameron Matthews Augusta

2018: UL 5 SL 1

MVP: Andrew Kissel SS Boston
3 for 4 2 Runs Scored 2 Home Runs 5 RBI
Venue: Wang Field Lowell, Massachusetts

UL RIDES BOSTON SHORTSTOP KISSEL'S BAT TO 5-1 WIN OVER RIVAL SL IN 2018 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Previously Unknown Patriot Makes Name With Historic All-Star Game Performance

Boston shortstop Andrew Kissel (above) makes SIMBL All-Star Game history with his second home run of the game, the first grand slam in SIMBL All-Star Game history and gives the Union League a 5-1 victory over the rival Syndicate League with one swing of the bat above. Kissel's historic performance earned him MVP honors in the 14th annual SIMBL All-Star Game in Lowell, Massachusetts.

The Union League defeated the Syndicate League 5-1 before a sellout crowd at Lowell's Yang Field in the 2018 Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game.

History was made as Boston shortstop Andrew Kissel, currently leading the SIMBL in batting and making his first SIMBL All-Star team, became the first player in SIMBL All-Star Game history to hit two home runs in a game and also became the first player to hit a grand slam in the SIMBL's Midsummer Classic. Kissel went three-for-four, scoring two runs and a SIMBL All-Star Game record five RBI's.

Ruston 2B Kuma Takahashi gave the SL a brief 1-0 lead with a solo home run off of Sacramento's UL starter Clay Wicks in the bottom of the third inning.

Kissel, who's blazing bat accounted for all of the UL's scoring, hit his first homer off of SIMBL legend Bobby Grimes of San Diego in the top of the sixth inning. Grimes, a seven-time SL Hurler Of The Year, played in his ninth All-Star Game, the second-most in SIMBL history behind his former teammate Daryl Ryles and Calgary's longtime catcher Adam Wells, who both have played in ten.

The game remained tied 1-1 until Kissel struck again in the top of the seventh. Oregon's former SL Middle Reliever Of The Year Eric Prange walked Bristol's Barry Grady who then promptly stole second base on orders from UL manager Christian DeMarco. Los Angeles catcher Jeffrey Silver moved Grady to third base with a groundout. SL manager Paul Ware, hoping to setup a double-play, then ordered an intentional walk to Manhattan Beach catcher David Denman putting runners at first and third.

Ware then went to the bullpen to bring in his former four-time SL Fireman Of The Year and six-time All-Star Bill Hyer. Hyer, the SIMBL's all-time leader in saves, was traded earlier this season to Lowell after previously spending his entire illustrious SIMBL career with San Diego. The usually unhittable Hyer threw three straight balls to Kissel, who then launched a 3-1 pitch 368 feet over the left-field wall to hit the first grand slam in SIMBL All-Star Game history and gave the UL a commanding 5-1 lead. Kissel, a little-known player in the SIMBL before a breakout season this year, hit his two homers off of two future first-ballot SIMBL Hall Of Famers.

Sacramento's Darrick Agosto, Bristol's Douglas Gonzales and Calgary's Lester Almaraz then held down the hatch in sealing the UL's sixth win in fourteen matchups with the rival SL in SIMBL All-Star Games. Kissel was named the game's Most Valuable Player.

San Diego's Aaron Rasch made his fourth straight start for the SL as did his teammate Pablo Figueroa, who played in his fifth consecutive All-Star Game. Las Vegas closer Frank Emery made the fifth All-Star Game appearance of his career. Calgary's Ray Barrot, who has resurrected his career with a MVP-worthy first half of 2018, made his sixth SIMBL All-Star team. Los Angeles first baseman Tommy King, Chicago third baseman R.J. Poole and Calgary first baseman Chris Cota all made their third trips to the game among several newcomers who were making their first or second SIMBL All-Star Game appearances.

The win closes the UL's gap in the history of the series, which the SL leads now 8-6, and also gives the Union League home field advantage in this season's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

SL Starters:

C Aaron Rasch San Diego
1B Michael Hussey Ruston
2B Kuma Takahashi Ruston
SS Edmund Munsey Chicago
3B R.J. Poole Chicago
LF Pablo Figueroa San Diego
CF Joel Fusco Lehigh Valley
RF Ramon Ortiz Oregon
SP Glenn Murphy Chicago

SL Reserves:

SP Bruce Tucker San Diego
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego
SP Robinson Mercado Lehigh Valley
SP John Reich New Orleans

RP Frank Emery Las Vegas
RP Bill Hyer Lowell
RP William Randazzo Chicago
RP Larry Asmus New Orleans
RP Eric Prange Oregon
RP Edward Deshotel Mexico City

C Pruden Quintana Carolina
C Francisco Enriquez Lehigh Valley
1B Thomas Flick Colchester
3B Jeffrey Donmoyer Ruston
LF Elmer Fikes Lehigh Valley
1B Jose Ibanez San Diego
CF Michael Fulghum San Diego

UL Starters:


C Jeffrey Silver Los Angeles
1B Chris Cota Calgary
2B Hernan Colombo Boston
SS Andrew Kissel Boston
3B Johnathan Lizotte Toronto
LF Kato Batajungi Toronto
CF Hugo Latta Calgary
RF Ray Barrot Calgary
SP Clay Wicks Sacramento

UL Reserves:

SP Randy Koufax New York
SP Jose Pena Bend
SP Jesse Hoskins Toronto
SP Justin Bushman Texas

RP Darrick Agosto Sacramento
RP Lester Almaraz Calgary
RP Douglas Gonzales Bristol
RP Francis Cox Calgary

C David Denman Manhattan Beach
3B Bill Ruel Hartford
3B Miguel Muniz Boston
1B Tommy King Los Angeles
CF Barry Grady Bristol
LF Theodore Robertson Toronto
SS Dan Fuentes Bend
2B Joseph Zeno Bristol

2017: SL 4 UL 3

MVP: Henry Cheesman LF Carolina
2 for 2 2 Runs Scored
Venue: Barchetta Field Toronto

SL HOLDS ON TO CONTINUE ALL-STAR DOMINANCE OVER UL IN 4-3 WIN IN 2017 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

SL Wins Fifth Straight Over Rival UL; SL Gains Home Field Advantage In This Year's SIMBL Coveted Cup

Asheville closer Jeffrey Dempsey (above) breathes a sigh of relief and pumps his fist after hanging on to save the 13th annual SIMBL All-Star Game in Toronto. Dempsey almost blew a 4-0 lead before showing why he has been chosen to three consecutive All-Star teams as the SL beat the UL to go up 9-4 in their rivalry All-Star series.

Carolina rookie Henry Cheesman (above), the top overall pick of the 2016 SIMBL Draft, became the first rookie in SIMBL history to be named SIMBL All-Star Game MVP.

The Syndicate League continued it's mastery of the rival Union League holding for a 4-3 win in the 13th annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game.

Carolina rookie Henry Cheesman, the first overall pick of last season's 2016 SIMBL Draft, is proving he is worthy of being selected there and was named the 2017 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP becoming the first rookie in SIMBL history to win the SIMBL All-Star Game MVP award. Cheesman went 2 for 2 with 2 runs scored in the low scoring affair.

Due to voted starting pitchers Texas' Justin Bushman and San Diego's Bobby Grimes resting, Texas' Dennis Hunt and Chicago's Glenn Murphy took the mound first for their leagues. Murphy went two innings allowing no runs, two hits and striking out two. Hunt took the loss by going two innings allowing six hits and three runs.

The SL got to Hunt early as the first three batters, Oregon 1B Raphael Herrera, Carolina's Cheesman and San Diego C Aaron Rasch all singled to load the bases. Hunt escaped with allowing only one run by throwing a wild pitch scoring Cheesman and then got Las Vegas 3B Troy Baca, who made his fiftth consecutive All-Star Game appearance, to hit into an inning-ending double-play.

The SL started the second inning much like they did the first as Colchester stud 2B Duane Fuller and Ruston stud LF Jose Espinosa both singled to lead off. Las Vegas 1B and former SFA Tommy King then drove them both home with a long single with the speedy Espinosa beating the throw home to put the SL up 3-0 after two innings.

Baca made up for his early rally-ending double play as he singled in Cheesman after the Bearcats rookie sensation walked to put the SL in front 4-o after five innings.

The SL pitchers were superb, consisting of 2015 SL Fireman Of The Year Chicago's William Randazzo, Birmingham closer Alfredo Cardillo, San Diego's Bobby Grimes and Carlos Blanco, until the bottom of the eighth inning when Asheville closer Jeffrey Dempsey, making his third straight All-Star Game appearance, was shelled for three runs to close the UL within 4-3.

Calgary SS Kevin Yuko, making his second All-Star Game, singled to start the eighth inning. Fellow Clipper LF Ray Barrot walked. Boston stud C James Scherer, making his second straight All-Star team, then singled to load the bases. Fellow Patriot 1B Earnest Burkey, also making his second All-Star Game, then grounded out driving in Yuko to make it 4-1.

Yet another Boston Patriot, 2B Hernan Colombo, also making his second straight SIMBL All-Star Game, then singled in Barrot and Scherer to pull the UL within 4-3. Marin CF Gerald Pope continued the barrage of Dempsey by singling before the Smokies longtime closer struck out Toronto's Theodore Robertson to end the rally.

With the SL facing tired pitchers from earlier in the SIM, Dempsey was kept in for his third inning and returned to being one of the SIMBL's best firemen and retired the side in order to earn a white-knuckle save and gave the SL their ninth victory in thirteen overall SIMBL All-Star contests over the rival UL and more importantly, giving the SL the home field advantage in this season's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

Some old-time familiar faces were missing from the All-Star Game this season as ten-time All-Stars Daryl Ryles of San Diego and Calgary's Adam Wells, Dalton's eight-time All-Star Glenn Knapp and seven-time All-Star Taitarou Haranobu seem to have their appearances ended as their careers drift off into the twilight as the SIMBL's next generation of stars take over the league file.

San Diego Hall Of Fame-bound SP Bobby Grimes makes his eighth All-Star Game while Oregon's quiet SS Richard Cummings makes his seventh All-Star team. Calgary slugger Ray Barrot and Las Vegas star Troy Baca make their fifth All-Star teams while Los Angeles stud SS Jose Arenas and Boston reliever David Kimbell makes their fourth All-Star teams.

Boston C James Scherer, Boston 2B Hernan Colombo, Dallas 3B Joseph Ramirez, Bristol CL Richard Bell, Birmingham CL Alfredo Cardillo, Toronto MR William Manning, Boston 1B Earnest Burkey, Bristol's Barry Grady, Oregon's Richard Cummings, Ruston's Jose Espinosa, Carolina C Riley Frost, San Diego SP Richard Hassel and Oregon 3B Raphael Herrera all repeat from last season and make their second consecutive All-Star teams.

Las Vegas 3B/1B Troy Baca makes the fifth straight All-Star Game of his career. Asheville CL Jeffrey Dempsey, San Diego C Aaron Rasch, Los Angeles SS Jose Arenas and Bend RF Benjamin Rodrigez make their third straight All-Star teams while San Diego CF Pablo Figueroa makes his fourth consecutive All-Star team.

The game was played before a sell-out crowd of 44,554 in Toronto's Barchetta Field as all SIMBL GMS and SIMBL League Office personel were in attendance and glowed about the Rush's hosting displays.

UNION LEAGUE VOTED STARTERS/ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES:


C David Denman Dalton (1)
1B Thomas Hawkins Bend (1)
2B Kevin Yuko Calgary (2)
3B Joseph Ramirez Dallas (2)
SS Jose Arenas Los Angeles (4)
LF Benjamin Rodrigez Bend (3)
CF Barry Grady Bristol (2)
RF Joe Lathem Hartford (1)
DH Justin Honaker Calgary (2)
SP Justin Bushman Texas (1)

2017 UL RESERVES:

SP Randy Koufax New York (1)
SP Clemente Andujar Bristol (1)
SP Fede Zubiaga Hartford (1)
SP Dennis Hunt Texas (3)
MR Pedro Cajigas Boston (1)
CL Michael Harper Dalton (3)
CL David Kimbell Boston (4)
CL Richard Bell Bristol (2)
CL William Manning Toronto (2)

C James Scherer Boston (2)
1B Earnest Burkey Boston (2)
2B Hernan Colombo Boston (2)
SS Pedro Coria New York (2)
LF Ray Barrot Calgary (5)
LF Theodore Robertson Toronto (1)
RF Gerald Pope Marin (1)

UNION LEAGUE VOTED STARTERS/ALL-STAR GAME APPEARANCES:

C Aaron Rasch San Diego (3)
1B Michael Hussey San Diego (2)
2B Duane Fuller Colchester (2)
3B Raphael Herrera Oregon (2)
SS Richard Cummings Oregon (7)
LF Henry Cheesman Carolina (1)
CF Pablo Figueroa San Diego (4)
RF Jose Espinoza Ruston (2)
SP Bobby Grimes San Diego (8)

SP Glenn Murphy Chicago (1)
SP Deangleo Ceja Asheville (1)
SP Richard Hassel San Diego (2)
SP Carlos Blanco San Diego (1)
CL Jeffrey Dempsey Asheville (3)
CL Alfedo Cardillo Birmingham (2)
MR Larry Asmus New Orleans (1)
CL William Randazzo Chicago (2)
MR Jesus Rodriguez Chicago (2)

C Riley Frost Carolina (2)
1B Tommy King Las Vegas (2)
2B Steven Cameron Asheville (1)
SS Israel Moton San Diego (3)
3B R.J. Poole Chicago (1)
3B Troy Baca Las Vegas (5)
CF Bill Bonar Oregon (2)

2016: SL 10 UL 8

MVP: Michael Kerry Ruston
2 for 4 Game-Winning Three-Run HR In Bottom Of 8th 4 RBI
Venue: The Wood Shed PORTLAND

SL COMEBACK FROM 7-1 DEFICIT IN LATE INNINGS TO STUN UL IN 2016 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME THRILLER

Ruston's Kerry Wins MVP Honors With Three-Run Blast In Bottom Of 8th To Pull SL Ahead To Stay

SL All-Star team members mob Ruston's Michael Kerry at home plate in the bottom of the eighth inning as his three-run blast off of Calgary's James McEntire put the SL ahead to stay after coming back from 6-0 and 7-1 deficits in the thrilling 2016 SIMBL All-Star Game in Portland.

SL teammates congratulate each other after surviving a white-knuckle bottom of the ninth as Moscow stud reliever Chiohiko Morie somehow escaped a bases loaded jam after already allowing a run. Morie went 3-1 on Boston's Earnest Burkey before the Patriots first baseman grounded out to end the game and to the sighs of the SL players.

Who's that southpaw? Love him or hate him, but the SIMBL's rising popularity brought even the Prez himself, President Barack Obama, a noted Chicago White Sox and Chicago Hitmen of the SIMBL fan, to throw out the first pitch of this season's SIMBL All-Star Game.

By Lance Stanley
SIMBL Contributor

Hi again youngsters...Lance Stanley Reporting.

The Syndidate League continued it's dominance in SIMBL All-Star Games over the Union League with a 10-8 win in Portland in the 2016 SIMBL All-Star Game. The SL rebounded from 6-0 and 7-1 deficits with late-inning heroics led by the up and coming young players in the their conference.

Down 7-6 in the bottom of the eighth inning with one out, Ruston CF Michael Kerry blasted a three-run shot off of Calgary's James McEntire to send the sellout crowd of 44,830 into a frenzy.

After loading the bases and allowing Toronto's John Salters to score on a single by Los Angeles SS Jose Arenas, the reigning SL Middle Reliever Of The Year, Moscow's Chiohiko Morie, went 3-1 on Boston 1B Earnest Burkey. Morie then got Burkey to ground out to end the game with white knuckles.

Kerry also knocked in a run earlier in the contest and earned 2016 SIMBL All-Star Game MVP honors by going 2 for 4 with 4 RBI's and the game-winning shot.

Pocatello's Wilfredo Gonzales also had a bases-loaded triple in the bottom of the 7th that scored three runs to get the SL back in the ballgame after being down 6-0 and 7-1. The SL put up five runs in the inning to close the gap to 7-6 to set up Kerry's heroics.

Bend's Benjamin "B-Rod" Rodrigez went 2 for 5 with 3 RBI and Boston's Terrance "Thunderbird" Gwynn went 4 for 5 with a triple and scored once to lead the UL.

The SL jumped on UL starter Richard Hassel of San Diego knocking him for five runs on four hits in two innings and posted a 5-0 lead after the top of the first inning. Texas SP Robert Carson started for the UL and pitched two perfect innings.

In typical All-Star fashion, the game featured 17 pitchers and all of the selected All-Stars played.

New Portland GM Brian Violette hosted this year's Midsummer Classic and he didn't disappoint as the hosting garnered rave reviews by the SIMBL elite: it's GMS all at the contest and the SIMBL League Office representatives all glowed about how the game was prepared for and treated.

SIMBL Commissioner Christian DeMarco was at the contest and scowled and quickly left the stadium after the UL's ninth-inning rally to try to win a game they led for 8 innings fell short and gave no comment to the SIMBL media while SIMBL Vice-Commissioners Paul Ware and Jamey Carter partied into the night with their SL cohorts at the several after-hours parties arrange by Violtte for the SIMBL after the game.

The SL now holds a 8-4 alltime lead over the UL in their All-Star rivalry and the SL will hold home field advantage due to the win in this season's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2015

C
JAMES SCHERER
BOS
1B
GARY ENTWISTLE
MAR
2B
HERNAN COLOMO
BOS
SS LANCE FOLEY
DLS
3B JOSEPH RAMIREZ
DLS
LF
TERRANCE GWYNN * BOS
CF MAELS SAIZ
NY
RF
BENJAMIN RODRIGEZ *
BEN
SP
ROBERT CARSON
TEX
PITCHERS:
SP KELLY PIER *
DLS
SP JAMES McENTIRE
CGY
SP JOHN McCLARY
BRI
SP
GARYLORD ROBINSON
BEN
RP
RICHARD BELL
BRI
RP
FEDERICO RUIS
HFD
RP ISIDORO CARDILLO
HFD
RP
WILLIAM MANNING
TOR
RP
AARON WILLIAMS
BRI

RESERVES:

C
RON BERG
TOR
1B
EARNEST BURKEY
BOS
2B
JOHN SALTERS
TOR
SS
JOSE ARENAS *
LA
3B
OSVALDO QUIJADA
TEX
3B
BERNARD SANCHEZ
BRI
OF BARRY GRADY
BRI

C
AARON RASCH *
SD
1B CHRIS COTA
CAR
2B CHARLES STANHOPE
RUS
SS RICHARD CUMMINGS
ORE
3B
JEFFREY DONMOYER
RUS
LF
JOSE ESPINOZA
RUS
CF MICHAEL KERRY *
RUS
RF
PABLO FIGUEROA *
SD
SP RICHARD HASSEL
SD

PITCHERS:

SP RAYMOND STUCKY
RUS
SP OSCAR DIAZ
ASH
SP JAMIE McATEE
CAR
SP BRETT GANN
LV
RP ALFREDO CARDILLO
BIR
RP CHIOHIKO MORIE *
MCW
RP
JEFFREY DEMPSEY *
ASH
RP
FRANK EMERY
LV
RP CHARLES VUE
ORE

RESERVES:

C
RILEY FROST
CAR
1B
MICHAEL HUSSEY
SD
2B
MICHAEL LARSON
SD
SS
JOSE VALENCIA
CHI
3B
RAPHAEL HERRERA
ORE
OF
JAMES BAKER
POC
OF
WILLIAM GONZALEZ
POC

2015: SL 5 UL 4 (10 INNINGS)

MVP: Ronald Ono Hartford
2 for 3 2B HR 3 RBI
Venue: Biltmore Field LAS VEGAS

SL BESTS UL 5-4 IN FIRST EVER EXTRA-INNING SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Hartford's Ono Becomes First All-Star Game MVP From Losing Side

SL teammates celebrate their 5-4 extra-inning 2015 SIMBL All-Star Game over the UL after Chicago closer William Randazzo shut the door in the bottom of the 10th inning. The SL now holds a 7-4 advantage in SIMBL All-Star history and most importantly, gained the home field advantage for this year's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

Hartford catcher Ronald Ono (above) gets his eyes checked after getting Las Vegas dust in them during the bottom of the seventh inning. Ono, now a five-time All-Star for the UL, became the first All-Star Game MVP from the losing team, going 2 for 3 with 3 RBI on a double and solo home run.

Once again the annual SIMBL All-Star Game was a smashing success as the 2015 SIMBL All-Stars meet SIMBL fans and press during All-Star weekend hosting this year with grandeur appeal by Las Vegas GM Chip Orton's Hustlers.

LAS VEGAS- The SL beat the UL 5-4 in the first SIMBL All-Star Game to go into extra-innings in the 11th annual SIMBL Midsummer's Classic.

Hartford catcher Ronald Ono, making his fifth All-Star appearance, went 2 for 3 with a double and home run and 3 RBI's in earning MVP honors in the game well-hosted by Las Vegas GM Chip Orton in the Hustlers' sold-out Biltmore Field.

The SL jumped out to the lead in the top of second as Chicago 3B R.J. Poole, playing in his first All-Star Game, doubled down the left field line off of UL starter Dalton's Dennis Hatfield, scoring San Diego 3B Daryl Ryles and Las Vegas 1B/3B Troy Baca. Portland 2B Duane Fuller, also making his first All-Star Game after being snubbed last season, then singled in Poole to make it 3-0.

The UL answered back in the bottom of the inning as New York DH/RF John Adams and Toronto SS Jonathan Lizotte both singled and Ono doubled them both in off of SL starter Birmingham's Pedro Ramirez to close the gap to 3-2.

In the bottom of the fifth, Calgary 1B Justin Honaker's solo blast off of Oregon's Marcus Dinges tied it at 3-3.

In the top of the 7th, San Diego SS Israel Moton singled and stole second base. PH Las Vegas 1B Tommy King grounded out moving Moton to third. Moton scored off of PH Birmingham's Paul Mielke's sacrifice fly to give the SL the lead again at 4-3.

MVP Ono answered back for the UL with a solo shot off of Pocatello's Michael Arnold in the bottom of the inning to tie it once again at 4-4. The SL had the bases loaded in the top of the 8th when Dalton closer Michael Harper slammed the door by striking out Birmingham CF James Randell and getting Moton to fly out.

The UL tried winning the game in a nail-biting bottom of the 9th as Calgary 3B Keith Smith doubled off of Asheville closer Jeffrey Dempsey and went to third base on teammate Adam Wells' ground out. Chicago closer William Randazzo then entered the game and struck out New York 1B John Stebbins to end the threat putting the game into extra-innings for the first time in SIMBL All-Star Game history.

In the top of the 10th, San Diego C Aaron Rasch singled to right field off of Toronto closer Jesse Hoskins. Las Vegas' Troy Baca then doubled to left-center scoring Rasch to give the SL the 5-4 lead.

Randazzo then saved the game after Hartford 2B Kenneth Downey singled, to give the SL their seventh All-Star win over the UL in eleven games, and most importantly, gave the SL the home field advantage in this season's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

San Diego's Daryl Ryles and Calgary's Adam Wells made their unprecedented tenth All-Star Game appearances. San Diego ace Bobby Grimes made his seventh appearance. Grimes is third all-time tied with Taitarou Haranobu with seven All-Star Games. Glenn Knapp has made eight Midsummer Classics.

Hartford C Ronald Ono, Birmingham CF James Randell and Marin SP Richard Dicks made their fifth All-Star teams as Oregon ace Marcus Dinges and Las Vegas 1B/3B Troy Baca made their fourth All-Star teams.

Several players made their first All-Star appearances with Dalton DH Bryan Riggs, leading the UL in hitting with a .354 average, making the first All-Star Game of his 11-year SIMBL career, making him the player who has gone the longest in his career making his first All-Star team in SIMBL history.

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2014

C
RONALD ONO
HFD
1B
JUSTIN HONAKER *
CGY
2B
JOSE ARENAS
LA
SS JOHNATHAN LIZOTTE
TOR
3B KEITH SMITH
CGY
LF
JAIME GONZALEZ
DAL
CF TERRANCE GWYNN
BOS
RF
JOHN ADAMS
NY
DH BENJAMIN RODRIGEZ BEN
SP
DENNIS HATFIELD
DAL
PITCHERS:
SP KELLY PIER
DLS
SP XAVIER CASTILLO
DLS
SP CARLOS MOLINA
DAL
SP
BILL HIGHTOWER
HFD
SP JAMIE COOP CGY
SP RICHARD DICKS
MAR
RP JESSE HOSKINS
TOR
RP
ALVIN BANKS
LA
CL
MICHAEL HARPER
DAL
RESERVES:
C
ADAM WELLS *
CGY
1B
JOHN STEBBINS
NY
2B
KENNETH DOWNEY
HFD
SS
PEDRO CORIA NY
LF
PEDRO VIZCAINO HFD
DH
BRYAN RIGGS
DAL

C
AARON RASCH
SD
1B TROY BACA *
LV
2B DUANE FULLER
POR
SS ISRAEL MOTON
SD
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
RAY BARROT *
LV
CF MICHAEL KERRY
JAX
RF
PABLO FIGUEROA *
SD
DH
R.J. POOLE CHI
SP PEDRO RAMIREZ *
BIR

PITCHERS:

SP BOBBY GRIMES *
SD
SP ALBERTO NUNEZ *
SD
SP MARCUS DINGES
ORE
SP MICHAEL ARNOLD
POC
SP JOSEPH ALLEN
LV
SP ZACHARIAH TARDIF
POC
RP CHIOHIKO MORIE
MCW
RP
JEFFREY DEMPSEY
ASH
CL
WILLIAM RANDAZZO
CHI

RESERVES:

C
JUAN VILLATORO *
ASH
1B
TOMMY KING
LV
1B
PAUL MIELKE
BIR
RF
JAMES BAKER
POC
LF
ADAN HERLIHY
BIR
CF
JAMES RANDELL
BIR

2014: SL 5 UL 2

MVP: Alberto Casares Portland
Venue: The Sanctuary JACKSONVILLE

SL BESTS UL 5-2 IN 10TH ANNUAL SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME IN JACKSONVILLE

Portland's Former #2 Overall Pick Of '09 SIMBL Draft Casares Named MVP

The Syndicate League won it's second straight SIMBL All-Star Game over the Union League in what has been an ongoing rivalry between the two leagues that make up the SIMBL. After winning the first three All-Star Games between 2005-2007, the SL then lost three straight to the UL from 2008-2010. The SL now leads the series 6-4.

Portland 1B Alberto Casares, the former #2 overall pick of the 2009 SIMBL Draft, won MVP honors by going 2 for 4 with 2 RBI. Oregon's impeccable Pedro Ramirez took the win for the SL while UL starter Bend's Walter Lopez took the loss. Ramirez pitched three innings allowing three hits and no runs San Diego's Bill Hyer got the save. Calgary catcher Adam Wells, making his ninth All-Star Game appearance, went 3 for 3 in a losing cause for the UL. By winning this season's All-Star Game, the SL will now hold home field advantage in this season's SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series. More details to follow in longer writeup.

Wells and San Diego's Daryl Ryles make their ninth SIMBL All-Star teams while Birmingham 1B Glenn Knapp makes his eighth and Calgary's Taitarou Haranobu his seventh. Boston's Dominick Lund, Texas 3B Osvaldo Quijada and San Diego SP Bobby Grimes make their sixth All-Star Games. San Diego CL Bill Hyer and Oregon SS Richard Cummings make their fifth All-Star teams and San Diego 2B Lucas Espitia, Bristol RF Bruce Lorenzo, Bend SP Walter Lopez and San Diego MR Tyson Wieland make their fourth career All-Star Game appearances.

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2013

C
ADAM WELLS *
CGY
1B
JUSTIN HONAKER
CGY
2B
KEVIN YUKO
CGY
SS ANTONIO FLORES
BRI
3B OSVALDO QUIJADA *
TEX
LF
DOMINICK LUND *
BOS
CF LAWRENCE NILSEN
DAL
RF
BRUCE LORENZO *
BRI
SP
WALTER LOPEZ
BEN
PITCHERS:
SP NICHOLAS LENARD
CGY
SP JAMES McENTIRE
CGY
SP ROBERT CARSON
TEX
SP
JOHN McCLARY
BRI
SP MANUEL DASILVA
DAL
SP JAME OSBOURN
MAR
RP
BERNARD TAYLOR
TEX
CL
JOHN CAMPBELL *
CGY
CL
BRIAN STUDDARD
BRI
RESERVES:
C
ALBERT DYKSTRA
TEX
1B
TAITAROU HARANOBU *
CGY
3B
MANUEL CILES LA
3B
BERNARD SANCHEZ BRI
RF FRANCISCO CESPEDES
LA
RF
EVELIO RIVERA
BEN
LF
TONY WASSER
BEN

C
JUAN VILLATORO
TAC
1B MICHAEL QUIROS
SD
2B LUCAS ESPITIA
SD
SS RICHARD CUMMINGS
ORE
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
RAY BARROT *
LV
CF SANTIAGO HERNANDEZ *
SD
RF
ALBERTO CASARES *
POR
SP PEDRO RAMIREZ
ORE

PITCHERS:

SP BOBBY GRIMES *
SD
SP ALBERTO NUNEZ
SD
SP ANTHONY PUFFER *
LV
SP FELIX CORCHADO
ORE
SP ANGEL RODRIQUEZ *
ORE
SP ERIC WADDINGTON
BIR
RP TYSON WIELAND
SD
CL
BILL HYER *
SD
CL
PAT LAUTERBACH *
POC

RESERVES:

C
CARL BITTNER *
TAC
1B
GLENN KNAPP
BIR
2B
CHARLES STANHOPE
JAX
3B
TROY BACA
LV
LF
PABLO FIQUEROA SD
RF
BILL BONAR
ORE
LF MATTHEW SKINNER
ORE

2013: SL 8 UL 6

MVP: Bobby Grimes SAN DIEGO
3 IP 0 H O BB 0 R 0 ER 1 K
Venue: Golden Gate Stadium MARIN

SL BESTS UL 8-6 IN 2013 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Syndicate League Takes 5-4 Series Lead In Rivalry

2013 UL ALL-STAR TEAM:

C Adam Wells from Calgary
1B Taitarou Haranobu from Calgary
2B Rayford Azevedo from Marin
3B Kurt Hudson from New York
SS Serafin Fradera from Calgary
LF Albert Price from Calgary
CF James Mahaffey from Marin
RF Bruce Lorenzo from Bristol
SP Vernan Powell from Dalton

UL RESERVES:

SP Dennis Hunt from Texas
SP James Sousa from Los Angeles
SP David Fromm from New York
SP Jamie Coop from Calgary
SP Samuel Cortina from New York
SP Isogorou Chomei from Calgary
RP Felix Jackson from Kitchener
CL John Campbell from Calgary
CL Michael Harper from Dalton
C Jan Sammons from Marin
1B Gary Entwistle from Marin
DH John Adams from New York
LF Dominick Lund from Boston
LF Blake Hamilton from Marin
3B Osvaldo Quijada from Texas
SS Kanesaburou Jiro from Dalton

2013 SL ALL-STAR TEAM:

C Eddie House from Chicago
1B Troy Baca from Las Vegas
2B Jeremy Phillips from Oregon
3B Daryl Ryles from San Diego
SS Israel Moton from San Diego
LF Jose Espinoza from Las Vegas
CF Ray Barrot from Las Vegas
RF Alberto Casares from Portland
SP Angel Rodriguez from Oregon

SL RESERVES:

SP Bobby Grimes from San Diego
SP Raul Vargo from Carolina
SP Michael Munroe from San Diego
SP Anthony Puffer from Las Vegas
SP Miles Farrelly from Chicago
SP Ryan Stacy from Chicago
RP Justin Monks from Oregon
CL Patrick Lauterbach from Pocatello
CL Bill Hyer from San Diego
C Carl Bittner from Tacoma
1B Michael Bailey from Chicago
CF Santiago Hernandez from San Diego
RF Wesley Almeida from San Diego
RF Sang Aleshire from Chicago
3B Arthur Kohei from Portland
SS Richard Cummings from Oregon

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2012

C
ADAM WELLS
CGY
1B
TAITAROU HARANOBU
CGY
2B
RAYFORD AZEVEDO
MAR
SS SERAFIN FRADERA *
CGY
3B KURT HUDSON *
NY
LF
ALBERT PRICE *
CGY
CF JAMES MAHAFFEY
MAR
RF
BRUCE LORENZO
BRI
SP
VERNAN POWELL
DAL
PITCHERS:
SP JAMIE COOP *
CGY
SP ISOGOROU CHOMEI CGY
SP JAMES SOUSA *
LA
SP
DAVID FROMM
NY
SP SAMUEL CORTINA
NY
SP DENNIS HUNT TEX
RP
FELIX JACKSON
KIT
CL
JOHN CAMPBELL
CGY
CL
MICHAEL HARPER
DAL
RESERVES:
C
JAN SAMMONS
MAR
1B
GARY ENTWISTLE MAR
SS
KANESABUROU JIRO
DAL
DH
JOHN ADAMS *
NY
LF DOMINICK LUND
BOS
LF
BLAKE HAMILTON
MAR
3B
OSVALDO QUIJADA *
TEX

C
EDDIE HOUSE *
CHI
1B TROY BACA *
LV
2B JEREMY PHILLIPS
ORE
SS ISRAEL MOTON *
SD
3B
DARYL RYLES
SD
LF
JOSE ESPINOSA
LV
CF RAY BARROT *
LV
RF
ALBERTO CASARES *
POR
SP ANGEL RODRIQUEZ *
ORE
PITCHERS:
SP BOBBY GRIMES *
SD
SP MICHAEL MUNROE *
SD
SP ANTHONY PUFFER
LV
SP RAUL VARGO
CAR
SP MILES FARRELLY
CHI
SP RYAN STACY
CHI
RP JUSTIN MONKS
ORE
CL
BILL HYER
SD
CL
PAT LAUTERBACH POC
RESERVES:
C
CARL BITTNER
TAC
1B
MICHAEL BAILEY
CHI
SS
RICHARD CUMMINGS *
ORE
3B
ARTHUR KOHEI POR
CF
SAINT HERNANDEZ * SD
RF
SANG ALESHIRE *
CHI
RF
WESLEY ALMEIDA
SD

2012: UL 6 SL 4

MVP: Pedro Coria NEW YORK
1 for 2 HR BB GW HR In 5th Inning
Venue: The Park At Chippens Hill BRISTOL

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2011

C
RONALD ONO
HFD
1B
GLENN KNAPP *
MAR
2B
ALBERTO ANDRADE *
LA
SS PEDRO CORIA
NY
3B OSVALDO QUIJADA *
TEX
LF
WILLIE SULLIVAN
CGY
CF LAWRENCE NILSEN
DAL
RF
ROBERT CAMPBELL
HFD
SP
JAMES SOUSA
LA
PITCHERS:
SP JAMIE COOP *
CGY
SP STEVEN YINGLING
CGY
SP PEDRO GALINDO
BRI
SP
DENNIS HATFIELD
DAL
SP RICHARD DICKS
MAR
SP
JOHN McCLARY
BRI
RP
DAVID KIMBELL *
BOS
RP
GLEN BEE
LA
RP MATHEW CHOW *
BOS
RESERVES:
C
EFREN GARCIA
NY
1B
TAIT HARANOBU *
CGY
SS
SERAFIN FRADERA *
CGY
3B KURT HUDSON
NY
RF TONY WASSER
BEN
RF
DONALD MILLINER
BOS
DH
JOHN ADAMS
NY

C
EDDIE HOUSE *
CHI
1B TROY BACA
LV
2B LUCAS ESPITIA *
SD
SS GLENN CARROZZA
JAX
3B
JOSE ARENAS
CAR
LF
ALBERT PRICE
POC
CF RAY BARROT
LV
RF
SANG ALESHIRE
CHI
SP BOBBY GRIMES *
SD
PITCHERS:
SP FELIX MURFF *
SD
SP MICHAEL MUNROE *
SD
SP JOSEPH ALLEN
LV
SP PEDRO MORENO
ORE
SP RAMON MEDINA
CHI
SP ANGEL RODRIQUEZ CHI
RP CHARLES VUE
ORE
RP JAROD QUIMET *
JAX
RP JOSEPH TERRY
CAR
RESERVES:
C
ALFONSO CALVET
JAX
1B
MICHAEL GIROUX *
BKN
SS
RICHARD CUMMINGS *
ORE
SS
ISRAEL MOTON
SD
CF
SANTIAGO HERNANDEZ SD
RF
BUSTER TATE ORE
RF
ALBERTO CASARES POR

2011: SL 6 UL 1

MVP: Eddie House CHICAGO
2 for 3 2 2B 2 RBI
Venue: The Rain Gutter Tacoma

SL BESTS UL 6-1 IN 2011 SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Chicago Catcher House Named MVP; Second Half Of 2011 SIMBL Season Underway

Chicago catcher Eddie House (above), long considered the best catcher in the SIMBL with his rival Adam Wells of Calgary, helped lead the SL to a 6-1 victory in the 7th annual SIMBL All-Star Game to give the SL a 4-3 series lead over the UL. House earned MVP honors in the SIMBL's Midsummer Classic.

The 7th annual Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game was run without a report and the Syndicate League defeated their rival Union League 6-1 to go up in the annual Midsummer Classic series 4-3.

Chicago catcher Eddie House, making his fourth straight All-Star appearance, was named the annual All-Star Game MVP Award.

San Diego 3B Daryl Ryles and Calgary C Adam Wells each made their SIMBL-high 7th straight All-Star appearances.

Chicago CF Eddie Meas made his 6th SIMBL All-Star team as did Marin's reigning UL MVP 1B Glenn Knapp.

Four-time All-Stars now include Los Angeles SP Michael "Ace" Arnett, Los Angeles 2B Alberto "Jitters" Andrade, Marin CF James Mahaffey, Marin LF Maiku Inejiro, Calgary 1B Taitarou Haranobu, Calgary SS Serafin Fradera, Boston LF Dominick Lund, Chicago C Eddie House and Brooklyn CF James Randell.

Three-time All-Stars now are Boston CL Mathew Chow, Newark C Ronald Ono, Texas 3B Osvaldo Quijada, Marin RF Maiku Inejiro, San Diego SP Bobby Grimes, San Diego SP Felix Murff, San Diego CL Bill Hyer, Augusta RF Wilbert Prager, and San Diego CF Robert Campbell.

Two-time All-Stars now include Calgary SP Isogorou Chomei, Boston MR David Kimbell, Newark SS Jose Zena, Bristol LF Bruce Lorenzo, San Diego SP Brent Harrison, San Diego 2B Lucas Espitia, San Diego SP Michael Munroe, Carolina LF Jaime Gonzalez and Oregon SS Richard Cummings.

First-time UL selections were Calgary SP Jamie Coop, Newark SP Bill Hightower, Texas SP Cedric Monasterio, Newark SP Rich Varney, Marin SP Steven Remick, Texas CL Alex Fabregas, Calgary CF Walker McElfresh, Bristol LF Michael Mayne and Newark 3B Mario Witty.

First-time SL selections were Carolina RF Arnoldo Alvarado, Brooklyn 1B Micheal Giroux, Jacksonville SP Felix Corchado, Oregon SP Andre Morales, Brooklyn SP Larry Ensminger, Brooklyn MR Chiohiko Morie, Jacksonville CL Jarod Quimet, San Diego C Horacio Diaz, Las Vegas 1B Tomas Nelson, Chicago SS Jose Valencia and Las Vegas 3B Keith Smith.

San Diego made SIMBL All-Star Game history as the Warewolves became the first team in SIMBL history to have 4 of their starting pitchers named to the Midsummer Classic.

Many notable snubs of deserving players that are having solid seasons were included that is the reason for SIMBL and baseball talk among the faithful and is common around All-Star Game time.

The starting lineup for the Union League was:

C Adam Wells from Calgary
1B Glenn Knapp from Marin
2B Alberto Andrade from Los Angeles
3B Osvaldo Quijada from Texas
SS Jose Zena from Newark
LF Maiku Inejiro from Marin
CF James Mahaffey from Marin
RF Bruce Lorenzo from Bristol

The starting lineup for the Syndicate League was:

C Eddie House from Chicago
1B Tomas Nelson from Las Vegas
2B Lucas Espitia from San Diego
3B Daryl Ryles from San Diego
SS Jose Valencia from Chicago
LF Jaime Gonzalez from Carolina
CF James Randell from Brooklyn
RF Wilbert Prager from Augusta

These players were selected as reserves for the UL SIMBL All-Star Team :

SP Michael Arnett from Los Angeles
SP Jamie Coop from Calgary
SP Isogorou Chomei from Calgary
SP Bill Hightower from Newark
SP Cedric Monasterio from Texas
SP Rick Varney from Newark
SP Steven Remick from Marin
MR David Kimbell from Boston
CL Alex Fabregas from Texas
CL Mathew Chow from Boston
C Ronald Ono from Newark
1B Taitarou Haranobu from Calgary
CF Walker McElfresh from Calgary
LF Micheal Mayne from Bristol
LF Dominick Lund from Boston
SS Serafin Fradera from Calgary
3B Mario Witty from Newark

These players were selected as reserves for the SL SIMBL All-Star Team :

SP Brent Harrison from San Diego
SP Bobby Grimes from San Diego
SP Felix Murff from San Diego
SP Michael Munroe from San Diego
SP Felix Corchado from Jacksonville
SP Andre Morales from Oregon
SP Larry Ensminger from Brooklyn
MR Chiohiko Morie from Brooklyn
CL Bill Hyer from San Diego
CL Jarod Ouimet from Jacksonville
C Horacio Diaz from San Diego
1B Michael Giroux from Brooklyn
RF Arnoldo Alvarado from Carolina
CF Robert Campbell from San Diego
CF Eddie Meas from Chicago
3B Keith Smith from Las Vegas
SS Richard Cummings from Oregon

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2010

C
ADAM WELLS *
CGY
1B
GLENN KNAPP *
MAR
2B
ALBERTO ANDRADE
LA
SS JOSE ZENA
NWK
3B OSVALDO QUIJADA
TEX
LF
MAIKU INEJIRO *
MAR
CF JAMES MAHAFFEY *
MAR
RF
BRUCE LORENZO *
BRI
SP
MICHAEL ARNETT
LA
PITCHERS:
SP JAMIE COOP
CGY
SP BILL HIGHTOWER
NWK
SP ISOGOROU CHOMEI * CGY
SP
CEDRIC MONASTERIO
TEX
SP RICK VARNEY
NWK
SP
STEVEN REMICK
MAR
RP
DAVID KIMBELL *
BOS
RP
ALEX FABREGAS
TEX
RP MATHEW CHOW
BOS
RESERVES:
C
RONALD ONO *
NWK
1B
TAIT HARANOBU
CGY
SS
SERAFIN FRADERA *
CGY
3B MARIO WITTY
NWK
LF MICHAEL MAYNE
BRI
LF
DOMINICK LUND
BOS
CF
WALKER McELFRESH
CGY

C
EDDIE HOUSE *
CHI
1B TOMAS NELSON
LV
2B LUCAS ESPITIA
SD
SS JOSE VALENCIA
CHI
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
JAIME GONZALEZ
CAR
CF JAMES RANDELL
BKN
RF
WILBERT PRAGER
AUG
SP BOBBY GRIMES
SD
PITCHERS:
SP FELIX MURFF
SD
SP MICHAEL MUNROE
SD
SP FELIX CORCHADO
JAX
SP ANDRE MORALES
ORE
SP LARRY ENSMINGER
BKN
SP BRENT HARRISON *
SD
RP CHIOHIKO MORIE
BKN
RP JAROD QUIMET
JAX
RP BILL HYER *
SD
RESERVES:
C
HORACIO DIAZ
SD
1B
MICHAEL GIROUX
BKN
SS
RICHARD CUMMINGS
ORE
3B
KEITH SMITH
LV
RF
ARNOLDO ALVARADO
CAR
CF
ROBERT CAMPBELL
SD
CF EDDIE MEAS *
CHI

2010: UL 14 SL 4

MVP: Kenneth Platt BRISTOL
2 for 3 3 RBI 2 HR
Venue: Wachovia Stadium Charlotte

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2009

C
ADAM WELLS *
CGY
1B
GLENN KNAPP *
MAR
2B
RAY AZEVEDO
MAR
SS SERAFIN FRADERA
CGY
3B EUGENE PELZER
MAR
LF
MAIKU INEJIRO
MAR
CF KENNETH PLATT
BRI
RF
BRUCE LORENZO BRI
SP
JAMES SOUSA
LA
PITCHERS:
SP WALTER LOPEZ *
BEN
SP MICHAEL ARNETT
NY
SP ISOGOROU CHOMEI CGY
SP
TINO ARANDA
BRI
SP ROBERT CARSON
TEX
SP
BRYAN KAPLAN BRI
RP
DAVID KIMBELL BOS
RP
BRIAN STUDDARD
BRI
RP JOHN CAMPBELL
CGY
RESERVES:
C
RONALD ONO *
NWK
1B
GUY GILLHAM
LA
2B
ALBERTO ANDRADE
LA
3B OSVALDO QUIJADA *
TEX
RF DOUGLAS LINSLEY
LA
RF
DONALD MILLINER BOS
RF
ELIAS MOHAMED
NY

C
EDDIE HOUSE *
CHI
1B KENNY BLUMBERG
SD
2B DANIEL WALKER *
POC
SS HAYDEN BANDY *
SD
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
MATTHEW SKINNER
ORE
CF JAMES MAHAFFEY
POC
RF
BUSTER TATE
ORE
SP PEDRO RAMIREZ ORE
PITCHERS:
SP CELSO LARIOS
POR
SP JAMES MUNGUIA
POR
SP PETER CALVILLO *
CHA
SP WALT FERNANDEZ
CAR
RP ROLAND CLARK
POC
RP BRENT HARRISON
SD
RP RYAN HALL
POC
RP WILLIAM CIMINO
CHI
RP BILL HYER *
SD
RESERVES:
C
HUMBERTO MACHADO
AUG
1B
JOHN ATHEY *
POR
SS
MELCHOR CORONADO
JAX
3B
ARTHUR KOHEI POR
LF
PEDRO VIZCAINO *
POR
CF
SAINT HERNANDEZ
SD
CF EDDIE MEAS *
CHI

2009: UL 10 SL 5

MVP: Jose Zena LOS ANGELES
2 for 4 2 HR 4 RBI
Venue: The Rain Gutter Carolina

UL TOPS SL 10-5 IN '09 NICOLAS MABIE MEMORIAL SIMBL ALL-STAR GAME

Los Angeles' Zena's Two Home Runs Leads UL Barrage & MVP Honors

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Los Angeles SS Jose Zena (above), previously the highest drafted player in the SIMBL Inaugural Draft to not yet make an All-Star team, ended his drought in high fashion leading the UL to a 10-5 victory with two home runs and 4 RBI in earning MVP honors in the 2009 Midsummer Classic. Zena has played for four teams in five seasons: Los Angeles, Jacksonville, Brooklyn and Atlantic City (Newark).

(CAROLINA)- The Union League, after three straight losses to their Syndicate League rivals to start the history of the SIMBL, won their second straight SIMBL Nicolas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game with a convincing 10-5 thumping in the 2009 version of the Midsummer Classic at a sold-out Carolina's Rain Gutter Stadium.

The UL used a five run third inning off of Brooklyn's Marcus Dinges, who got his first career All-Star Game start for the SL and took the loss. Dinges, 10-0 on the season, was roughed up for 5 runs in 3 innings. Portland's Brian Reiter gave up three more runs in two innings and his teammate, closer Richard Lynch, making his third straight All-Star Game appearance, gave up two more runs in two innings for the SL.

Marin's young stud Richard Dicks started for the UL and earned the win with 3 innings of two run ball. Bend's Jose Contreras, Columbus' Christopher Sweet, who made his first All-Star team in his once-promising but injury-plaqued SIMBL career, and Pensacola closer Dominick Sheehan shut down the SL the rest of the way.

Los Angeles SS Jose Zena, making his first All-Star Game and start after being a Inaugural SIMBL Draft second round pick, slammed two homers and drove in four runs to earn MVP honors and a $10,000 bonus to his team. Boston's LF Dominick "Slim" Lund and reigning UL MVP Mike Chisholm each drove in two runs and Chisholm had two two-baggers. Calgary's Adam Wells, who made his fifth straight All-Star Game and four straight start for the UL,and New York's Patrick Winders had the other RBI's for the UL.

San Diego's Lucas Espitia, Oregon's Richard Cummings and Chicago's Eddie Meas each went 2 for 4 for the SL in a losing cause.

Calgary C Adam Wells and San Diego 3B Daryl Ryles made their unprecedented fifth straight All-Star teams and are the only SIMBL players to go 5 for 5 in appearances in the league's five season history.

Marin 1B Glenn Knapp, Portland 1B John Athey, Calgary 3B Bill Falco and Chicago LF Eddie Meas made their fourth appearances in five seasons in the annual display of the SIMBL's finest.

Marin SP Richard Dicks, Calgary 2B Daniel Walker, New York SP Peter Calvillo, Pensacola 1B Mike Chisholm, Portland CL Richard Lynch and Brooklyn CF James Randell all made their third SIMBL All-Star teams.

There were a loadful of first timers making their SIMBL All-Star Game debuts: Los Angeles' James Sousa, Calgary SP Casey George, Bend SP Jose Contreras, Columbus SP Christopher Sweet, Bristol MR Johnny Kull, Pensacola CL Dominick Sheehan, Newark C Ronald Ono, Los Angeles SS Jose Zena, Marin CF John Strasser, Texas DH Osvaldo Quijada, San Diego SP Walter Middleton, Oregon SP George Anderson, San Diego CL Bill Hyer, Portland C Michael Davis, San Diego 2B Lucas Espitia, Oregon SS Richard Cummings, Augusta LF Allen Bennett, Carolina's Ted Pauling, Portland's Pedro Vizcaino and Chicago 2B Michael Beckley.

Calgary C Adam Wells, Pensacola 1B Mike Chisholm, Brooklyn LF Bill Antonucci, Bend SP Walter Lopez, Marin SP Richard Dicks, Brooklyn SP Marcus Dinges, Chicago C Eddie House, San Diego 3B Daryl Ryles, Los Angeles LF Joseph Aten and Bend RF Charles Hopes all are repeat starters from last season.

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2008

C
ADAM WELLS *
CGY
1B
MIKE CHISHOLM *
PEN
2B
DANIEL WALKER *
CGY
SS JOSE ZENA
LA
3B BILL COLDIRON
BEN
LF
DOMINICK LUND
BOS
CF JOHN STRASSER
MAR
RF
JOSEPH ATEN *
LA
SP RICHARD DICKS *
MAR
SP WALTER LOPEZ *
BEN
SP JAMES SOUSA LA
SP PETER CALVILLO * NY
SP CASEY GEORGE
CGY
SP JOSE CONTRERAS
BEN
SP
CHRISTOPHER SWEET
COL
RP
JOHNNY KULL
BRI
RP
DOMINICK SHEEHAN
PEN
RP MATHEW CHOW *
BOS
RESERVES:
C
RONALD ONO NWK
1B
GLENN KNAPP
MAR
SS
PATRICK WINDERS
NY
3B BILL FALCO CGY
LF BLAKE HAMILTON
MAR
RF
CHARLES HOPES BEN
DH
OSVALDO QUIJADA
TEX

C
EDDIE HOUSE *
CHI
1B JOHN ATHEY *
POR
2B LUCAS ESPITIA
SD
SS RICHARD CUMMINGS
ORE
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
EDDIE MEAS
CHI
CF JAMES RANDELL *
BKN
RF
PEDRO VIZCAINO
POR
SP MARCUS DINGES *
BKN
SP WALTER MIDDLETON
SD
SP FELIX MURFF *
SD
SP BOBBY GRIMES
SD
SP BRIAN REITER POR
RP KEVIN WHITFORD
BKN
RP GEORGE ANDERSON
ORE
RP SIVILO SACHS POC
RP RICHARD LYNCH *
POR
RP BILL HYER
SD
RESERVES:
C
MICHAEL DAVIS
POR
1B
TED PAULING
CAR
2B
MICHAEL BECKLEY
CHI
SS
HAYDEN BANDY
SD
LF
BILL ANTONUCCI * BKN
CF
ROBERT CAMPBELL SD
RF ALLEN BENNETT
AUG

2008: UL 4 SL 3

MVP: Matthew Skinner POCATELLO
4 for 5 2 RBI GAME WINNING SINGLE IN TOP OF 9TH
Venue: RFB Stadium Albany, New York

UL ENDS ALL-STAR GAME SKID; BEATS SL IN TOP OF 9TH BEHIND POCATELLO'S PREVIOUSLY UNKNOWN SKINNER'S HEROICS

Union League Pitchers Hold Syndicate League To Four Hits In 4-3 Win

New York Enforcers All-Star second baseman Juan Santillo (above left) acknowledges the home town cheers of Enforcers fans during 2008 SIMBL All-Star Game introductions. The annual display of the SIMBL's best was yet another success as the game drew 44,951 fans and a record-ratings national television audience.

(ALBANY, NEW YORK)- Pocatello's previously unknown rightfielder Matthew Skinner earned MVP honors by going 4 for 5 with 2 RBI including a game winning RBI single in the top of the 9th and Pensacola's Thomas "Deacon" Leverett and Richard Breeding, Newark's rookie Santiago Curet, Brooklyn's Pedro Poulos and Augusta's Tyson Wieland held the Syndicate League to just four hits as the UL snapped a three game losing streak to their rival league, the SL, in an exciting 4-3 2008 Nicholas Mabie Memorial SIMBL All-Star Game win in the sold-out RFB Stadium of the New York Enforcers.

The UL jumped on SL starter Michael "Ace" Arnett early and took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning when Calgary's UL MVP candidate SS Serafin Fradera hit a solo shot to deep right field.

The SL responded quickly in the bottom of the inning by roughing up Leverett. Los Angeles' Joseph Aten singled in Chicago 1B Freddie Zaragoza to tie the game. Leverett uncharacteristically loaded the bases and then walked in San Diego's Daryl Ryles. A wild pitch by "Deacon" then scored Aten for a 3-1 SL lead.

In the top of the 5th, Skinner singled in Newark LF Bill Antonucci off of Oregon closer Bobby Barnwell to inch the ULcloser to a 3-2 deficit.

Calgary's four-time All-Star catcher Adam Wells tied the game 3-3 with a solo homer off of Texas veteran Merrill Sanger.

The score stayed tied and exciting until the top of the ninth when Calgary 2B Daniel Walker singled off of Charlotte's Cedric Monasterio. In entered one of the top closers in the SIMBL, Boston's Mathew Chow and Skinner struck again by singling in Brooklyn's James Randell off of the previously untouchable Patriots closer who recently set a SIMBL record with 51 innings of unearned ball.

Augusta Spartans three-time All-Star closer Tyson Wieland (above) slammed the door on the SL for the UL in the bottom of the ninth with three strikeouts to save the UL's first win over their rival in an SIMBL All-Star Game.

With a 4-3 lead, the UL turned to one of it's best closers, Augusta's Tyson Wieland, a three-time UL All-Star selection. Wieland continued his magical season by striking out Chicago's Melchor Coronado, Boston's James Jenning and Oregon's Emil Villarreal with the tying run, New York's Juan Sanitllo, at second base to give the UL it's much-needed first win over it's nemesis after six consecutive interleague losses, including the past three SIMBL All-Star games and the past three SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series.

The win gives the Union League the important home field advantage in the coming SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series at the end of this season for the first time in league history.

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2007

C
ADAM WELLS *
CGY
1B
MIKE CHISHOLM *
PEN
2B
DANIEL WALKER *
CGY
SS SERAFIN FRADERA
CGY
3B HUBERT WESTRICK
AUG
LF
BILL ANTONUCCI
NWK
CF WILLARD GILMORE
CGY
RF
MATTHEW SKINNER
POC
SP1 THOMAS LEVERETT *
PEN
SP2 WALTER LOPEZ BEN
SP3 MARCUS DINGES
BKN
SP4
RICHARD DICKS *
MAR
SP5 CARL HARTMANN
AUG
RP1 TYSON WIELAND *
AUG
RP2 PEDRO POULOS
BKN
RP3
SANTIAGO CURET
NWK
RP4 MANUEL MERIDA
COL
RESERVES:
1B
TAITAROU HARANOBU TOR
2B GLENN CARROZZA
AUG
LF
JAIME GONZALEZ
CAR
CF JAMES RANDELL
BKN
SP BRYAN KAPLAN BRI
SP GARY CUDJOE CAR
SP
GERALD ORDUNA COL
SP RICHARD BREEDING PEN

NON PLAYING:
C
HUMBERTO MACHADO
AUG
1B EVERISTO ALDREY POC
3B BILL FALCO
CGY
LF
WILLIE SULLIVAN CGY
CF MATTHEW SHANER BRI

C
EDDIE HOUSE
CHI
1B FREDDIE ZARAGOZA CHI
2B JUAN SANTILLO
NY
SS MELCHOR CORONADO
CHI
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
JOSEPH ATEN
LA
CF JAMES JENNING
BOS
RF
CHARLES HOPES *
TEX
SP1 MICHAEL ARNETT
NY
SP2 PETER CALVILLO
NY
SP3 MILES FARRELLY *
CHI
SP4
MERRILL SANGER
TEX
SP5 FELIX MURFF *
SD
RP1 MATHEW CHOW BOS
RP2 FRANK EMERY *
BEL
RP3 SALVADOR SANCHEZ *
BEL
RP4 RICHARD LYNCH *
POR
RP5 BOBBY BARNWELL ORE
RESERVES:
1B
JOEL SABATINO *
NY
1B
EMIL VILLARREAL
ORE
1B GUY GILLHAM LA
1B KENNY BLUMBERG *
SD
3B
MANNY MARTINEZ
LA
NON PLAYING:
1B
JOHN ATHEY BEL
3B
MANUEL CILES POR
SP MICHAEL MUNROE SD
SP BRENT HARRISON
SD
MR JOSEPH BROWN TEX

2007: SL 6 UL 3

MVP: Jacobo Escarcega PORTLAND
3 for 5, 2B, 2 RUNS, 1 RBI
Venue: The Kitty Litter Columbus, Ohio

SL MAKES IT THREE IN A ROW WITH 6-3 WIN OVER UL

LA’s Bee Saves SL Out Of Bases Loaded 9th Jam; Ryles Uses SL Win To Further Agitate UL Rivals, Commish

Los Angeles two-time SL All-Star Glen Bee (above) is calm and collected as he enters the bottom of the 9th with a 6-3 lead and the bases loaded. Bee got the last two outs on 7 pitches to save the day for the SL and give them their 3rd straight win over the UL in SIMBL All-Star Game play.

(COLUMBUS, OHIO)- The Syndicate League continued it’s domination of the Union League in interleague All-Star play winning the 2007 SIMBL All-Star Extravaganza 6-3 in Columbus’ sold-out Kitty Litter Ballpark.

In a game that is supposed to be a mid-summer have-fun break from the grind of the SIMBL regular season, the game featured an intensity and competitiveness usually reserved for postseason play. The rivalry of the UL and the SL was very evident and is growing with each passing season as the winner of the game gains home field advantage in the SIMBL Coveted Cup Championship Series at the end of the playoffs.

Portland SS Jacobo Escarcega, who recently set the SIMBL hitting streak record at 23 games, won MVP honors by going 3 for 5 with two singles and a double, two runs scored and an RBI.

Los Angeles stud closer Glen Bee saved the day for the SL after Belle River’s Frank Emery loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth with a 6-3 lead. Bee, ranked among the top closers in the SIMBL, came in and struck out Calgary’s 3-time All-Star Adam Wells and got the Clippers’ Bill Falco to ground into a fielder’s choice, forcing Toronto’s Luis Franco at third base for the save.

SL teammates celebrate Los Angeles' Alberto Andrade's home run at home plate in the top of the 7th of their 6-3 win in the 2007 SIMBL All-Star Game in Columbus, Ohio

The SL’s relief tandem of San Diego’s Felix Murff, Chicago’s Miles Farrelly and Belle River’s Frank Emery all earned holds shutting out the UL after Cleveland’s John McCasland started his second consecutive All-Star Game for the SL going 3 innings, allowing 3 hits and 3 earned runs on a 3-run blast by Bend’s Bill Coldiron.

The SL drew first blood on UL starter Bristol’s John Briones in the top of the 1st inning. Escarcega, hitting leadoff of the SL, reached first on a leadoff infield single. Texas’ Charles Hopes walked and San Diego’s Daryl Ryles singled in Escarcega for a quick 1-0 SL lead.

Boston’s Dominick Lund then singled in Ryles and Cleveland’s Derrick Streets singled in Ryles for a quick 3-0 lead before most of the 44,991 in Columbus’ Kitty Litter Ballpark settled in their seats.

Portland's Jacobo Escarcega (above) is all smiles after the game and continues his outstanding 2007 season by earning MVP honors for the 2007 SIMBL All-Star Game. Escarcega made his first start for the SL at shortstop and went 3 for 5 with 2 runs scored and an RBI.

Los Angeles’ Alberto Andrade had a solo blast for the SL off of Toronto’s Jonathan Travis in the top of the 7th. Lund had a double and went 2 for 5 with the other RBI for the SL.

Briones took the loss for the UL allowing 8 hits and 4 earned runs in 4 innings.

Wells made himself unavailable to the media after the game and after striking out in such a clutch situation in the bottom of the 9th. Wells guaranteed a UL win in the game earlier in the week.

San Diego's eccentric Daryl Ryles did though receive an inside 'brush-back' pitch from Columbus reliever Aaron Bennett after Wells hinted at throwing at Ryles earlier in the week. The pitch resulted in a chorus of boos from the Columbus crowd, though being a UL ballpark, indicating that fans didn't want any 'bush league tactics' in their ballpark in such a well-meant game for the SIMBL, despite their dislike for the SL and Ryles and their hometown pitcher throwing.

Ryles, ever the lover of any attention in the spotlight, showed some rare class and uncharacteristically refused to take advantage of the chance to stir the controversy and simply smiled at Travis and uttered his trademark, "C'mon" to the Toronto closer.

Ryles, though, did stir the pot after the game when he said, "It figures that the game would come down to those Calgary chumps and they couldn't deliver. Do you think I run my mouth for the hell of it? Their (Wells and Falco) choking at 'clutch-time' is only indicative of their owner."

Ryles was undoubtedly taking yet another new poke at Calgary GM Christian DeMarco, who also doubles as the SIMBL Commissioner. As Commish, DeMarco has had a long-running feud with Ryles and has fined the volatile Warewolves third baseman 3 times in the last 3 years for amounts over $75,000. Ryles admits no love lost for the SIMBL Commish and has called each fine merely "beer money" for him.

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2006

MANAGER
MIKE STEWART
PEN
C
ADAM WELLS *
CGY
1B
MIKE CHISHOLM
PEN
2B
DANIEL WALKER CGY
SS LUIS FRANCO * TOR
3B BILL COLDIRON BEN
LF
WILLIE SULLIVAN
CGY
CF MATTHEW SHANER
BRI
RF
ROBERT CAMPBELL
BRI
SP1 JOHN BRIONES
BRI
SP2 AUGUSTINE PEREZ
BEN
SP3 THOMAS LEVERETT PEN
SP4
RICHARD DICKS
MAR
SP5 JAMES LUBIN
BKN
RP1 BRIAN NEDD
CAR
RP2 AARON BENNETT
COL
RP3
MIQUEL BALBUENA ATC
RP4 BILL CRONK
BKN
RP5 JONATHAN TRAVIS TOR
RP5 MARC GLINES
MAR
RESERVES:
1B
SALVADOR GUTIERREZ AUG
1B JOEL SABATINO POC
1B GLENN KNAPP MAR
SS
SERAFIN FRADERA
CGY
3B BILL FALCO CGY
NON PLAYING:
2B
CIRILO GARCIA
BRI
LF
OSVALDO LUERAS
AUG
LF GLENN LATHEM
COL
SP
ROBERT ELMS
BRI
SP KEVIN TOWNES
TOR

MANAGER
PAUL WARE
SD
C
DERRICK STREETS
CLE
1B JOHN ATHEY
BEL
2B ALBERTO ANDRADE LA
SS JACOBO ESCARCEGA
POR
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
DOMINICK LUND
BOS
CF JAIME ARMAS
TEX
RF
CHARLES HOPES
TEX
SP1 JOHN MCCASLAND *
CLE
SP2 FELIX MURFF
SD
SP3 MILES FARRELLY
CHI
SP4
WILLIAM CIMINO ASH
SP5 BOBBY GRIMES
SD
RP1 AMADEO RONQUILLO
CHI
RP2 FRANK EMERY *
BEL
RP3 SALVADOR SANCHEZ BEL
RP4 RICHARD LYNCH
POR
RP5 THEODORE KROMER
BOS
RESERVES:
1B
KENNY BLUMBERG SD
2B RAIMUNDO RAMRIEZ ASH
SS
HAYDEN BANDY SD
LF EDDIE MEAS
JAX
RF MAIKU INEJIRO ORE
NON PLAYING:
C
PEDRO PALOMARES MON
C
MICHAEL DAVIS POR
3B
MANNY MARTINEZ
LA
OF
PEDRO VIZCAINO POR
CF
KENNETH PLATT JAX

2006: SL 4 UL 1

MVP: Hayden Bandy SAN DIEGO

* Indicates Repeat Choice From 2005

MANAGER
TED WILLIAMS
BEN
C
ADAM WELLS
CGY
1B
GLENN KNAPP MAR
2B
RAMON SERRANO TAC
SS LUIS FRANCO TOR
3B HUBERT WESTRICK AUG
LF
GLENN LATHEM * EDM
CF JOSEPH GEORGE ATC
RF
WILBERT PRAGER * AUG
SP1 ROLAND CLARK * AUG
SP2 MICHAEL ARNETT * ATC
SP3 RAMON MOTA PEN
SP4
RICHARD BREEDING PEN
SP5 KEVIN WHITFORD TOR
RP1 NICHOLAS CROSS CGY
RP2 CARLOS OSUNA *
BRI
RP3
BRIAN NEDD TAC
RP4 EZRA LIRA
COL
RP5 LAMONT VILLATORO AUG
RESERVES:
C
HUMBERTO MACHADO
AUG
2B
FAUSTINO RODARTE
COL
SS EUGENE PELZER POC
LF
BLAKE HAMILTON PEN
CF
JAMES RANDELL BKN
CL
TYSON WIELAND
AUG
CL
THEODORE ZAMORA
BEN
MANAGER PAUL WARE
SD
C
PEDRO PALOMARES * MON
1B TAITAROU HARANOBU ORE
2B RAIMUNDO RAMIREZ
DAL
SS HAYDEN BANDY * SD
3B
DARYL RYLES *
SD
LF
EDDIE MEAS *
JAX
CF JAMES MAHAFFEY * POR
RF
WILFREDO ESPANA * BEL
SP1 JOHN MCCASLAND CLE
SP2 MILES FARRELLY * CHI
SP3 PETER CALVILLO CLE
SP4
ISIDRO VALLES LA
SP5 BRIAN REITER
POR
RP1 JEREMY TAYLOR CLE
RP2 MAGGLIO GUZMAN
SD
RP3 CHAD JACOBUS DAL
RP4 FRANK EMERY BEL
RP5 ANTHONY SWEENEY LA
RESERVES:
1B
JOHN ATHEY
BEL
2B MATTHEW FOUT
BOS
SS
MICHAEL FRITZ BEL
LF DOMINICK LUND BOS
LF JAMES CRESPO
TEX
LF
CLAYTON LEE SD
CF KENNETH PLATT
JAX
RF ELIAS MOHAMED CLE

2005: SL 8 UL 6

MVP: Wilfredo Espana BELLE RIVER

MANAGER
MIKE QUINN
EDM
C
SHINYA MOMORU ATC
1B KEITH ARNOLD ATC
2B
MICHAEL CROWE EDM
SS
OSWALDO BASALDUA
BRI
3B
BILL FALCO
CGY
LF GLENN LATHEM
EDM
CF
VICTOR GATTON
BEN
RF WILBERT PRAGER AUG
SP1
ROLAND CLARK
AUG
SP2 HAROLD GARFINKEL
POC
SP3
HANPUTON SOUSKE
MAR
SP4
LARRY LEISER
EDM
SP5 ROBERT ARENDS
MAR
MR1 THEODORE ZAMORA BEN
MR2
BRIAN STUDDARD
BRI
CL
TYSON WIELAND AUG
RESERVES:
SP
JEROME TAYLOR
BRI
SP
GARY CUDJOE
TAC
C
ADAM WELLS CGY
1B
GLENN KNAPP
MAR
2B
STEVEN HALL
MAR
SS
LUIS FRANCO TOR
OF
EDMUND LOISELLE
BRI
OF
MATTHEW SHANER
BRI

MANAGER PAUL WARE SD
C
PEDRO PALOMARES MON
1B
JOHN ATHEY
BEL
2B JACOBO ESCARCEGA POR
SS HAYDEN BANDY
SD
3B
DARYL RYLES
SD
LF
EDDIE MEAS JAX
CF JAMES MAHAFFEY POR
RF WILFREDO ESPANA BEL
SP1
MILES FARRELLY CHI
SP2 MICHAEL MUNROE
SD
SP3 BRANDON GRAZIANO
TEX
SP4
TONY DEGUZMAN
LA
SP5 MARCUS MCELHANON
BEL
SP6
ISOGORO CHOMEI MON
MR1
OSVALDO MATAMOROS MON
MR2 SAMUEL RUIZ LA
MR3
BILLY VILLAPANDO
SD
CL
GLEN BEE
LA

RESERVES:

C
WILLIAM BLIND
BEL
1B
TAITAROU HARANOBU
ORE
2B ALBERTO ANDRADE LA
SS
DANIEL BLAHA
POR
CF
ANDERSON PENNING BEL
RF MAIKU INEJIRO
ORE
RF
GALEN DINAN CHI
 
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