Tag: Ricky Rodriguez

Ravens Take LL West

(GAME DATE – Sep. 22, 2019) — In a development that surprises absolutely no one, the Minneapolis Ravens have clinched 1st place in the Lake League West Division, following their 6-2 win over the Chicago Pit Bulls.

The Ravens were already destined for the playoffs, but are now going to repeat their pennant performance from last season, and likely earn the top seed in the Lake League playoffs.

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Soto, Malone Shortlisted for Koufax Awards?

(GAME DATE – Sep. 16, 2019) — Will St. Pete’s Admirals ace Jose Soto snag his 3rd consecutive Sandy Koufax Award? And will the Lake League reward Knuckles Malone with his second? Both pitchers have been exceeding expectations in 2019, but has it been enough?

We look at the pitchers shortlisted for the Koufax Awards and offer our prediction on these best-pitcher season ending awards. Continue reading “Soto, Malone Shortlisted for Koufax Awards?”

Early Awards Predictions for 2018

Although there is still nearly a month of baseball left in regular season, and then the playoffs after that, we thought we would share our early predictions for the Bull League player awards based on season performances thus far.

As was discovered last year, sometimes a player can be out by early August and still win an award, as was the case for Judson Martel last year. Continue reading “Early Awards Predictions for 2018”

Ravens Stand Pat At Top of Rankings for Week 7

The Minneapolis Ravens have a death-clutch on the top of the Weekly Team Power Rankings after 7 weeks, and do not appear to be ready to let go any time soon.

They topped the rankings for the second week in a row, and Montreal stayed close behind them, and the Nevada Speeders moved into the #3 spot on a strong performance this week. Continue reading “Ravens Stand Pat At Top of Rankings for Week 7”

Rodriguez Triumphs in Sandy Koufax Award Voting

The Sandy Koufax Award for 2016 has been presented and the American Eagle League winner is Ricky Rodriguez of Jacksonville.

“It’s always nice to receive an award like this,” said Rodriguez. “I just hope I can improve on my performance next year and be in the running again,” the Ravens star told reporters.

Rodriguez excelled with an impressive 10-4 record in 18 starts. In 143 innings he yielded 123 hits and 20 walks, while striking out 137 and compiling a fine 2.58 ERA.