Tag: Jan Conch

Walker Helps Nomads Run Win Streak to 3

(GAME DATE — May 19, 2020) — Toronto left fielder Joseph Walker played a vital role in his team’s 7-2 triumph over California. He was 2-3 with a home run and 2 walks, while adding 4 RBI and scoring once for Toronto. Alex Medina, the winner, improved to 4-4. He held the Tidals to no earned runs on 1 hit over 6.2 innings, while striking out 6 and walking 2. Toronto has now won 3 in a row. Continue reading “Walker Helps Nomads Run Win Streak to 3”

Conch Socks it to Brawlers, Cracks 5 Hits

(GAME DATE — May 15, 2020) — No matter what the Boston Brawlers threw him today, Jan Conch hit it. The 30-year-old Toronto Nomads left fielder racked up 5 hits in 6 at-bats today at Constitution Stadium and led the Nomads to a 13-7 victory.

Conch struck out in the 1st, hit an RBI double in the 3rd, hit a two-run home run off Al Woodridge in the 5th, hit an RBI double in the 7th, hit a two-run single in the 7th and hit an RBI single in the 9th. Continue reading “Conch Socks it to Brawlers, Cracks 5 Hits”

2008 Draft: Ten Years Later

As we count down to the 2018 draft, the hopeful and eager college and high school prospects anticipating the call to a Bull League organization, we can take a glance at the draft Class of ’08 to help us analyse what a draft class might look like ten years later.

The 2008 draft produced an important core of some of the top names in the Bull League today, despite being one of the shortest drafts in history — running just three rounds. Continue reading “2008 Draft: Ten Years Later”