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MLB Top 100 Prospects

Posted by JB on December 31st, 2023  

1. Jackson Holliday, SS/2B, Sharkz
2. Jackson Chourio, OF, Outlaws
3. Paul Skenes, P, Sharkz
4. Dylan Crews, OF, Outlaws
5. Ethan Salas, C, Sharkz
6. Junior Caminero, 3B/SS, Smokers
7. James Wood, OF, Tigers
8. Evan Carter, OF, Outlaws
9. Jackson Merrill, SS, Wild Hogs
10. Jordan Lawler, SS, Fighting Amish
11. Marcelo Mayer, SS, Tigers
12. Peter Crow-Armstrong, OF, Fighting Amish
13. Wyatt Langford, OF, Sharkz
14. Colton Cowser, OF, Tigers
15. Max Clark, OF, Outlaws
16. Walker Jenkins, OF, Tigers
17. Colson Montgomery, SS, Tigers
18. Brooks Lee, SS, Sharkz
19. Carson Williams, SS, Tigers
20. Kyle Harrison, P, Wild Hogs
21. Adael Amador, SS/2B, Nanooks
22. Termarr Johnson, 2B, Outlaws
23. Noelvi Marte, 3B/SS, Tigers
24. Heston Kjerstad, OF, Nanooks
25. Colt Keith, 3B/2B, Tigers
26. Marco Luciano, SS, Fighting Amish
27. Coby Mayo, 3B/1B, Smokers
28. Andrew Painter, P, Outlaws
29. Cade Horton, P, Wild Hogs
30. Masyn Winn, SS/2B, Smokers
31. Ricky Tiedemann, P, Outlaws
32. Jeferson Quero, C, Tigers
33. Druw Jones, OF, Sharkz
34. Curtis Mead, 3B/2B, Smokers
35. Roman Anthony, OF, Outlaws
36. Jacob Misiorowski, P, Outlaws
37. Cole Young, SS/2B, Tigers
38. Luisangel Acuna, SS/2B, Smokers
39. Harry Ford, C, Wild Hogs
40. Brady House, 3B, Sharkz
41. Rhett Lowder, P, Outlaws
42. Tink Hence, P, Outlaws
43. Dalton Rushing, C/1B, Wild Hogs
44. Michael Busch, 3B/2B, Outlaws
45. Mick Abel, P, Marauders
46. Samuel Basallo, C/1B, Wild Hogs
47. Brayan Rocchio, SS/2B, Smokers
48. Emmanuel Rodriguez, OF, Fighting Amish
49. Yanquiel Fernandez, OF, Tigers
50. Joey Ortiz, INF
51. Tyler Black, 3B, Sharkz
52. Drew Gilbert, OF, Sharkz
53. AJ Smith-Shawver, P, Outlaws
54. Jackson Jobe, P, Tigers
55. Noble Meyer, P, Tigers
56. Diego Cartaya, C, Tigers
57. Edwin Arroyo, SS, Tigers
58. Kyle Manzardo, 1B, Smokers
59. Chase Dollander, P, Nanooks
60. Robby Snelling, P, Tigers
61. Noah Schultz, P, Tigers
62. Sebastian Walcott, SS, Wild Hogs
63. Dylan Lesko, P, Sharkz
64. Owen Caissie, OF, T-Bones
65. Nick Frasso, P, T-Bones
66. Gabriel Gonzalez, OF, Tigers
67. Jace Jung, 2B, Wild Hogs
68. Connor Phillips, P, T-Bones
69. Jared Jones, P, Sharkz
70. Carson Whisenhunt, P, Tigers
71. Kevin Alcantara, OF, Smokers
72. Ceddanne Rafaela, OF/SS, Wild Hogs
73. Spencer Jones, OF, Sharkz
74. Jasson Dominguez, OF, Sharkz
75. Everson Pereira, OF, Sharkz
76. Jacob Wilson, SS, Nanooks
77. Justin Crawford, OF, Tigers
78. Jet Williams, SS/OF, Wild Hogs
79. Gavin Stone, P, Outlaws
80. Daniel Espino, P, Sharkz
81. Edgar Quero, C, Tigers
82. Kyle Teel, C, Nanooks
83. Jordan Beck, OF, Marauders
84. Anthony Solometo, P, Tigers
85. Chase DeLauter, OF, Sharkz
86. Ben Brown, P, Fighting Amish
87. Ronny Mauricio, 2B/OF/SS, Wild Hogs
88. Orelvis Martinez, SS/3B, Smokers
89. Kevin Parada, C, Sharkz
90. Aiden Miller, 3B, Outlaws
91. Brock Porter, P, Wild Hogs
92. Zac Veen, OF, Outlaws
93. Samuel Zavala, OF, Knights
94. Xavier Isaac, 1B, Tigers
95. Chase Hampton, P, Sharkz
96. Matt Shaw, SS, Wild Hogs
97. Tommy Troy, SS, Outlaws
98. Nolan Schanuel, 1B, Nanooks
99. Drew Thorpe, P, Sharkz
100. Hurston Waldrep, P, Tigers

MLB Top 100 Prospect Totals:
Tigers - 24
Sharkz - 19
Outlaws - 17
Wild Hogs - 13
Smokers - 9
Marauders - 7
Nanooks - 6
Fighting Amish - 5
T-Bones - 3
Knights - 1



OUTLAWS FIRST TO SIX RINGS, 2023 CHAMPIONS!

Posted by tb on November 9th, 2023 

The Ohio Outlaws are one of the more storied franchises in league history. Ohio won four of the first five league championships and added another in 1998, but it has been a long drought since then. The Outlaws have come close, but fell short several times.

For Ohio, it took an incredible effort from Austin Riley to put them back on top. It is fitting for the Outlaws that it was Riley's fifth inning solo shot that broke a 4-4 tie and wound up being the series-clinching hit.

Riley had one of the most, if not the most, dominating World Series performance in league history going 12-17 (.706 with four doubles, four homers and 15 RBI to go along with a 1.647 OPS.

For Mark Bloch, it his first championship since taking over the Outlaws in 2004. Ohio becomes the first team to six World Series Championship. Huge congrats to Mark!

Congratulations as well to Mike for a great regular season, being the only team with 100+ wins.

Give the league office until the second Satruday of December to relax and free agent claims will resume. See you in the Spring and GO BUCKS, BEAT MICHIGAN



RILES STAYS RED HOT, OUTLAWS ONE WIN AWAY

Posted by tb on November 8th, 2023 

In case you didn't know, Austin Riley is red hot. Riley followed up his two homer, 6 RBI Game 3 with 2-3 performance including another homer and another 5 runs batted in as the Outlaws cruised to another big win over Kansas City.

The 11-0 win puts Ohio in firm control of the series with three games to one lead as they seek their first title since 1998.

If the T-Bones are to win the series, they must find a way to quiet Riley who is 9-13 with 4 homers and 14 runs batted in through the first four games of the World Series.



RILEY POWERS OHIO AGAIN

Posted by tb on November 7th, 2023 

Austin Riley continued his quest for World Series MVP with a 3-4 showing including two homers and six RBI in Ohio's 10-2 win over Kansas City. T-Bones starter Clayton Kershaw was chased from the game after allowing seven runs over 2 2/3.

Riley is not 7-10 with three homers and nine RBI through three games. Ohio leads the series two games to one with Game 4 set for Wednesday.



KC TAKES GAME 2

Posted by tb on November 6th, 2023 

Bailey Ober pitched a game, allowing just three hits in a complete game shutout and Kyle Schwarber broke Ohio's back with a three-run blast as the T-Bones beat the Outlaws, 4-0 to tied the World Series at a game apiece.

The resumes Tuesday in Ohio after a travel day on Monday.



RILEY POWERS OHIO TO GAME ONE WIN

Posted by TB on November 4th, 2023 

Game one of the 2023 California League World Series was all Ohio on Saturday. Austin Riley started off the scoring with a two-run blast in the second. Kansas City tied it up in the bottom of the inning scoring twice.

The game remained tied until Riley struck again with an RBI double in the top of the fifth which put Ohio up for good.

Game one goes to Ohio, 7-2, with game two tomorrow.



OUTlAWS SURVIVE AND ADVANCE TO WORLD SERIES

Posted by tb on November 1st, 2023 

For the Redondo Beach Sharkz to win Game 7, they would need a great performance out of Aaron Judge who entered the game with just one hit in the series. The great news for Redondo Beach is they got that game from Aaron who went 3-4 with a solo shot in the ninth.

The bad news is, the suporting cast didn't help and it was Jose Altuve who put the game on ice with a two-run blast in the eighth which sent Ohio to the World Series.

And so the World Series is set. The Kansas City T-Bones and Ohio Outlaws will square off in a re-match of the 2012 World Series which saw KC win the first of it's two franchise championships.

The Outlaws are looking for their sixth championship, which would put them atop the League Record Books and first since 1998. This will be the sixth World Series appearance for the Outlaws since that '98 season and first since 2017.

The World Series will begin Saturday night



KC ADVANCES, OUTLAWS AND SHARKZ HEAD TO GAME 7

Posted by tb on October 31st, 2023 

The quest for a four-peat is over, there will be a new champion crowned this year. Old Man Kershaw gave it his all in his Game 7 start for KC allowing just three hits while fanning seven in seven shut out innings the T-Bones rallied from a 3-2 series hole to take games 6 and 7 and advance to the 2023 World Series.

Their opponent is still unknown thanks in large part to the effort of Outlaws starter Zac Gallen who combined with two relievers one a one-hit shutout of Redondo Beach on Tuesday to force a Game 7.

Aaron Judge, who quite literally carried this team on his back in August and September, struck out three times in Game Six, with his only hit in the series being his Game 5 solo shot.

If the Sharkz are going to win, Aaron Judge will have to come up big, while the Outlaws' quest for their first championship since 1998 are still alive



T-BONES FORCE GAME 7

Posted by tb on October 31st, 2023 

The Nanooks trotted out closer, turned start Jacob DeGrom to start game six and provide the knockout punch. DeGrom did his part, striking out ten over 6 1/2, but it was journeyman Trayce Thomspon who provided the punch as his two-run shot in the eighth propelled Kansas City to a 4-3 win and force a Game 7.

Game 7 is slated for Halloween.



HARPER, JUDGE POWER SHARKZ TO GAME FIVE WIN

Posted by tb on October 29th, 2023 

Aaron Judge entered Game 5 hitless in the series but he finally connected on a solo shot and Bryce Harper added a solo shot of his own as part of his three hit effort as the Sharkz downed Ohio 7-3 on Sunday.

Alek Manoah picked up his second win of the series, allowing just one run, a Yordan Alverez solo shot, on three hits over seven innings.


The series returns to Ohio and will resume on Tuesday with Ohio needing a sweep at home to keep their dreams of winning their first championship since 1998 alive.



 
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