Tag: Dallas Deputies

Davis Goes to Deputies in 1st Overall Pick

(DRAFT 2020) — The 2020 Bull League draft pre-selection has commenced and with their first overall pick the Dallas Deputies have selected Jonathan Davis, a pitcher and potential two-way player as a second baseman out of the NCAA Indiana Hoosiers.

Bull League scouts have had mixed but generally positive views on the right-hander from New York City, who won a College World Series in 2018 and was named College Player of the Year in 2019. Continue reading “Davis Goes to Deputies in 1st Overall Pick”

Toronto Nomads In Deals with Cowboys, Deputies

(GAME DATE – May 20, 2020) — Hot off their third win in a row, the first time the club has extended a win streak this long all season, the Toronto Nomads have made a deal sending 30-year-old 3B Alex Romero to the Dallas Deputies for 24-year-old minor league SS Elijah Smith and 19-year-old minor league LHP John Balcome. Both sides are said to be pleased with the way the trade worked out.

Romero is batting .182 this season in 43 games with no home runs, 12 RBIs and 16 runs scored. He has 26 hits in 143 at-bats. Continue reading “Toronto Nomads In Deals with Cowboys, Deputies”

2020 Preview: Metro League East

ADMIRALS REMAIN IN COMMAND

The Admirals are expected to dominate the ML East again

(GAME DATE — April 1, 2020) — It is expected to be another dominant year for the St. Petersburg Admirals in the Metro League East division, with an anticipated 92 wins and projected 244 home runs and 1212 pitcher strikeouts putting them favorably ahead of almost all of their competition.

The Norfolk Sharks could slide into second place with 82 wins, barely above .500, according to the same predictions. Despite making serious inroads to improve during the offseason the Dallas Deputies, along with the Miami Storm and the Washington Freedom (formerly Philly Liberty Warriors) are not expected to break 80 wins.

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Rick-Rod, Garza, Castaneda All Hit DL Before 2020 Opener

(GAME DATE – Mar. 25, 2020) — Three big Bull League names on potential contender teams will be starting the year injured, as center fielder Orlando Garza (Montreal), 4-time Sandy Koufax winner Ricky Rodriguez (Minneapolis Ravens) and veteran starter Jose Castaneda (Ohio Oxen) were all hurt during spring training.

Castaneda fractured his shoulder blade pitching against Detroit back on March 14. Then, on the 20th, “Cha Cha” (Garza) strained on oblique muscle against Chicago. Then, just 2 days ago, Rick-Rod left a game against Milwaukee in the 2nd inning with elbow inflammation.

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Spring Training Begins for 2020 Season

(GAME DATE – Feb. 26, 2020) — The Bull League kicks off Spring Training today, and players and GMs are anxious to play some baseball once again.

The off-season was quiet, with just a handful of big name free agent deals, and not too many trades, as teams worked on developing their talent internally and making adjustments as we move into the second year of full 162-game schedules. Continue reading “Spring Training Begins for 2020 Season”

Dallas Out; 6th Season in a Row in Last Place

(GAME DATE — Sep.9, 2019) — The Dallas Deputies have been mathematically eliminated from playoff contention, and will likely finish the 2019 season in last place for the sixth year in a row. But, despite the disappointing showing, the team’s proponents and front office remain hopeful for a big turnaround in the near future.

They did not crash to the depths of their 2014 season, when they finished that 82-game schedule with a paltry 21-61 (.256) record, instead cruising to a 55-87 (.387) showing so far this year, and on track to have their 4th best all-time finish. Continue reading “Dallas Out; 6th Season in a Row in Last Place”