Tag: Victor Sarmiento

Nomads Deal Sarmiento to California

(Game date: Oct. 23, 2018) — The Toronto Nomads have offloaded right fielder/DH Victor Sarmiento to the California Tidals, picking up 25-year-old third baseman Dusty Vega in return.

The cannon-armed Sarmiento was a key player in the Toronto re-tooling after a sizzling 2016 season, when he hit .311 and had an OPS of .898, raking 12 home runs in 59 games.

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Speeders Still Dominating in Second Half

At the end of 11 weeks of baseball, the Nevada Speeders find themselves still on the top of the Weekly Team Power Rankings as they continue to dominate through the second half of the season. The Speeders have gone 7-2 since the All-Star break, and are 43-22 on the year.

Rimouski, Minneapolis and St. Petersburg are close behind, all with 39 wins. The Denver Danger have made serious gains, however, and are looking to challenge St. Pete’s for the division crown. Continue reading “Speeders Still Dominating in Second Half”

Nomads Complete a Sweep of Chicago in Opening Series

The Toronto Nomads have completed a 4-game sweep of the Chicago Pit Bulls in their season opener series at home, with a convincing 3-1 win.

The Nomads failed to sweep any 4-game series all last season, and were expected by many to just tread water with a .500 record this season. Continue reading “Nomads Complete a Sweep of Chicago in Opening Series”

Toronto Mulls Decisions After Playoff Exit

The Toronto Nomads are going to miss the playoffs for the 7th season in a row, and frustrated fans and front office executives are mulling decisions for 2018.

For the fans, the decision is easy: keep supporting the team by buying seasons tickets, or not? Continue reading “Toronto Mulls Decisions After Playoff Exit”

Top 10 Under 26’s

The Bull League is chock full of talented players of all ages, but it’s the younger players who hold the keys to the futures of the franchises. In this post we look at ten of the top players under age 26: Continue reading “Top 10 Under 26’s”