Avoiding Trainer’s Table Essential for ’89 Success One of the keys to the Grinders’ success this season lies with a man you’ve probably never heard of. Pittsburgh fans, meet your head trainer, Jason Dotson. The 39 year old Dotson will be tasked with keeping the aging Grinders team healthy and on the field. GM Mike […]

1989 Florida Rockets Opening Day

Rockets fans have sky high expectations for their team this season. The Rockets have consistently played mediocre in the past. With a team full of batters hitting their prime and four elite pitchers, the Rockets look to go further in the playoffs than ever before. Ace Geoffroy Bartoccini will take the mound on opening and […]

Smokey Mountain Herald

Opening Day for the 1989 Moonshine Bandits Well, are we going to once again be pulling those Mason jars out of their boxes for another Championship here in the Volunteer state? I think I can answer that question in in 5 words. Not a chance in Hell. Even though the Bandits went out and resigned […]

Houston wants another Ring

Owner goals have mostly been something to laugh at since introduced a couple versions ago, but Houston is taking one of theirs seriously this year: build a championship team. That’s exactly what Houston feels they’ve achieved this year, after a heartbreaking defeat in the 1988 Classic Cup to the Virginia Mariners. In 1987, Houston seemingly […]

1989 Opening Day Seattle Metros

Pitching Staff Rotation- Newly acquired Manny Bonilla will be leading the Metros rotation this season, “WE have played a lot of baseball against this guy and we think he can help us win some ball games now that he is on our side” says former Metro and bench coach Justin Rogers. #2 in the rotations […]