Tag: Detroit Motorheads

Rimouski Acquires Febres in Huge Trade

The Detroit Motorheads only signed him in November, but 2017’s strikeout king William Febres is going moving back to the Lake League East to play for the Rimouski Fighting Moose.

Febres played for the New York Dragons last season, and racked up a league-leading 188 K’s in 118.1 innings, though his record was a forgettable 4-8 and his ERA just a slightly better than league average 3.18. Continue reading “Rimouski Acquires Febres in Huge Trade”

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Algiers, Melbourne Early BOWL Contenders

Although the end of the preliminary round is still weeks away, the Bull Oceanic Winter League (BOWL) already has two emerging power teams that are seemingly locks for the playoff round when it starts February 20.

The Algiers Berbers, which is made up of minor league players contributed by the Nevada Speeders and the Battle Creek Attack, have been unquestioningly dominant since the season began on January 8. Continue reading “Algiers, Melbourne Early BOWL Contenders”

Expansion Norfolk’s Budget Flies High

The Norfolk Sharks budget for 2018 is at $120 million, putting themselves not only their fellow 2012 expansion teams, but four other Bull League teams: Detroit, Denver, Kingston and Toronto.

Though the budget was cut by $2 million from last year, it marks the first time that four older teams had their budgets outmatched by an expansion team. Previously, only small-market Detroit (which relocated from small-market Chicoutimi) had a budget smaller than Norfolk’s. Continue reading “Expansion Norfolk’s Budget Flies High”

Detroit, Seattle Post First Trade of 2018

The Detroit Motorheads will send 29-year-old right-hander Jason Connery to Seattle in return for minor league prospect catcher Kurt Kopitzke, the teams announced today.

The Seattle Salts are certain to slot Connery into their starting five for 2018, as the Hudson Falls, NY native shows steady signs of improvement after four full seasons at the top pro level. Continue reading “Detroit, Seattle Post First Trade of 2018”

Modica a Motorhead

Jesus Modica has signed a one-year deal that will keep him in the Detroit Motorheads bullpen for 2018, it has been announced today.

“Pincho”, as he is known around the league, signed with the club in November of 2016, when it was still known as the Chicoutimi Cinquantes before their 2017 relocation, after seven-and-a-half seasons in Kingston. Continue reading “Modica a Motorhead”