Tag: St. Petersburg Admirals

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Medina and Cahill Brawl, League Suspends Them

(GAME DATE — June 1, 2020) — After an intense confrontation, both the Admirals Israel Medina and the Storm Kyle Cahill were handed their punishments today. The league commissioner’s office issued suspensions for an on-the-field conflict that occurred at a recent St. Petersburg-Miami game. Medina will miss 4 games, while Cahill was suspended for 6 games.

“Sometimes we go too far and have to pay the consequences,” commented later. “Hopefully cooler heads will prevail the next time we play.” Continue reading “Medina and Cahill Brawl, League Suspends Them”

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BBL News: The All-Star Game Voting Begins

Let the voting begin! The annual Bull Baseball League All-Star game is rapidly approaching, and everyone is welcome to vote for their favorite players to represent each team.

This year, the game will be held at The Burg, home stadium of the 2019 Bull Cup champion St. Petersburg Admirals. General manager Brandon Popper is said to be elated at the prospect of all the league’s attention – once again – on his home town and ballpark. Continue reading “BBL News: The All-Star Game Voting Begins”

Jose Soto Lost for Season

(GAME DATE — May 12, 2020) —  Doctors in St. Petersburg said Jose Soto might not play anymore this year. The Admirals starting pitcher suffered a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament during a game against the Seattle Salts and will be out for at least 10 months. Club officials told BNN they do not expect him to return to the team this season.

To date this season Soto sports a 5-2 record with a 1.65 ERA in 8 starting assignments. He has held the opposition to a .201 batting average and has 72 strikeouts in 54.2 innings. Continue reading “Jose Soto Lost for Season”

New Bull Cup Trophies Commissioned

The Commissioner of the Bull League has authorized the creation of a new design of Bull Cup trophy to be awarded annually to the team that wins the Bull Cup Championship Series each season.

The new annual award replaces the former design permanent trophy, on which were recorded each annual winning team. The new trophy was created by The Award Store of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Continue reading “New Bull Cup Trophies Commissioned”

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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ADMIRALS WIN THE BULL CUP

(GAME DATE – Oct. 21, 2019) — It was a dramatic and long-anticipated finish to cap an historic season for the St. Petersburg Admirals, who won their first franchise Bull Cup Championship in history after defeating the Minneapolis Ravens 4 games to 1.

The Admirals put the icing on their championship cake with an 11-5 Game 5 win in front of a home crowd in St. Petersburg, capping an emotional season where finally, everything “clicked”.

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