Tag: Troy Vogel

Logo of the Summer College Tournament

Championship Round to The United States

(GAME DATE — August 1, 2020) — The United States will avoid the wrath of manager Troy Vogel and they have a championship trophy to boot.

The United States defeated Australia today by the final score of 4-2 in the championship game of the 2020 Summer College Tournament, sending overjoyed players and fans streaming onto the field. Continue reading “Championship Round to The United States”

Two More Deals Cap Busy Day for Trades

Earlier this evening, Chicago announced two major trades and the Toronto Nomads joined them with a deal of their own. But there is late-breaking news that two more trades were completed today, making this the busiest day for trades in league history.

This season, teams are not waiting until the trade deadline to make their move and jockey for better positions going into the second half of the season, which starts imminently. Continue reading “Two More Deals Cap Busy Day for Trades”

Vogel in, McAlister Out in Kingston

With a rumored move out of the Limestone City, the Kingston Cannons have changed tack and released GM Ernst McAlister, who was just signed to a 5-year contract on October 11, and replaced him with newcomer Troy Vogel.

During his brief time running Kingston through the offseason, the Cannons executed three trades, including moves that acquired left-handed outfielder Forbes Peddle, Sandy Koufax Award winning southpaw Rod “Punchy” Matos, and up-and-comer relief pitcher Albert Jeffrey. Continue reading “Vogel in, McAlister Out in Kingston”