Tag: California Tidals

Tidals-Storm Clash Leads to Suspensions

The California Tidals crashed into Miami, but the storm erupted on the field as Storm shortstop Jose Gonzales took exception to being hit by a pitch from Sjaak Mills in a testy game 2 of their series today.

The brawl sparked a huge come back for Miami, who had started the bottom of the 4th down by six runs, with California holding a commanding 7-1 lead. Continue reading “Tidals-Storm Clash Leads to Suspensions”

Miami Edges California in Wild 11-10 Win

The Miami Storm overcame a 7-1 deficit in the 4th inning and came up with a huge 6-run inning to tie it, in a crazy outing that saw Tidals start Sjaak Mills and Storm shortstop Jose Gonzalez ejected following a bench-clearing incident.

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Check out the big fourth inning and the rest of the game’s action here:

FRL Week #4: Admirals and Ravens Chase Down Sluggers

The Clearwater Sluggers have maintained their clutch on the top spot in the Florida Rookie League weekly team rankings once again, but the Naples Admirals and Jacksonville Beach Ravens have made impressive strides to catch up.

The Admirals and Ravens were 5th and 6th in last week’s rankings, but have improved to 2nd and 3rd respectively for Week #4. Continue reading “FRL Week #4: Admirals and Ravens Chase Down Sluggers”

Nomads Deal Avila to California

The rebuilding California Tidals have executed yet another trade this off-season, sending 28-year-old catcher Mike Krenz to the Toronto Nomads in exchange for right-handed bullpen arm Juan Avila.

The 26-year-old Avila is seen as a good fit for the rebuilding Tidals, after a great season in the Nomads bullpen in 2017, in which he went 3-1 with a pair of saves, and held an ERA of just 1.21 over 22.1 innings. Continue reading “Nomads Deal Avila to California”

Episode #6 (2018): BOWL Champs & Awards, College Update, AEL East Breakdown

What happened in the BOWL winter championships, and who won the season player awards? What’s been going on in the college leagues and hey, was there a no-hitter in the last sim? Also, we discuss the recent Toronto-California trade and give a rundown on the AEL East for 2018. All this and more!

Extending a Line: Who’s Likely to Re-up This Year?

Every team has at least someone due to become a free agent at the end of 2018, the big question is, will those teams be looking to sign those players to extensions, and if not, will other teams be bidding for their services come this fall?

We take a look at a team-by-team snapshot of who is eligible for a re-up and what the chances are of them doing so. Continue reading “Extending a Line: Who’s Likely to Re-up This Year?”