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CBA Press March 27th, 2020

 

The Heritage Game Classic

It was wonderful to see two of CBA's long term and most respected GM's square off in a classic series such as we 'witnessed' this week.  Historically both rival teams have battled each other for playoff perches.  Perhaps one of CBA's least publicized rivalries is the decades old Schmidt Conference.  Although Philly has copped recent headlines with a stunning championship, the Otters and RedSox have had many moments of their own.  Schmidt division has generally been a division so typical of the AL based Roberto Clemente conference. Both teams are well known for being offensive minded teams.  Jack and Malachi in this Netplay matchup embody whats best about C.B.A.  Two gentlemen who are reliable and consistent. Both have treated other gamers with respect and have handled themselves with integrity. This Heritage series was more than just a great classic series for 2020, it was an honor to two fine Hall of Fame managers Malachi Nellum and Jack Jung.

Looking back to last season with the Ottawa Otters:   The Ottawa Otters had another disappointing 2019 season, finishing with a record of 71 wins and 91 losses, good enough for only third place in the always tough Schmidt Division.  The Otters were also well back of a wild-card spot (16 games) by the end of the season.  The team started the year well and were in second place in their division for April and May.  Fans were already dreaming of a wild-card spot.  But by June, reality set in, and the Otters fell to third place where they generally remained for the balance of the year.  Any dreams of a wild-card play-off spot quickly came to an end by the July All-Star Break.

 

The team finished tenth in team batting with an average of only .247 but were a dismal nineteenth in pitching, with an ERA of 4.64.  Collectively, the Otters hit just 148 home runs, which is normally a strength for the team but not this past year.  Only Mike Trout was able to make it to the list of the top 10 home run hitters this year, tying for tenth position with 33 dingers.  Nick Ahmed and Andrew McCutchen were well back on the home run list and they contributed 18 and 17 home runs respectively last season.  

On the pitching side, Francisco Liriano had a team-best ERA of 3.76 amongst the starters, with a record of 9-9 in 25 starts.  Jhoulys Chacin also had a great personal year, with an ERA of 3.91, winning 14 games and losing 13 others with 31 starts.  Jose Leclerc was called on as the closer for most games, with a record of 2-4 with 24 saves.  Yu Darvish spent most of the year on the disabled list and was not really a factor in pitching last year.

  The Otters have some definite pitching holes to fill for 2020 as evidenced by their team performance last year.  They will have to remake their pitching staff if they want to contend for a wild-card spot this season.  The Otters will be looking at the draft to shore up their pitching staff.  Help from some of the new prospects playing for the Otters new Triple-A farm club, the Edmonton Trappers, is still a couple of seasons away.


 

 

Its now March 1st and the day is still young but Skip scratches his face and says he's not sure he has the right mix for contention this year. “But wait your a Seasoned veteran the Legacy of Swank is at stake”. Good luck is a leprechaun awayEssex will boast new green uniforms, shooting from the hip on this grassy knoll. Ian Kennedy is not available but we will close this before we blow it royally .swank is that crazy dreamer who fought kevin and Steve for a shot year in and out .2 different league championship saritsay not resting on his laurels. A HEARTY BREAKFAST WILL GET US PUMPED UP AND WE WILL HAVE A GREAT SEASON. THE DUDE IS NUTS SAYS JT NO PLAYER FEELS SAFE WE ALL COULD BE DEALT SAYS HE.,PITCHER INNINGS ARE LOW BUT NOT SHORT OF TALENT WITH MAX ON THE BUMP .BULLPEN HADER IS A GREAT PLAYER.  SECOND THIRD AND SHORT ARE OUR STRENGTH WITH A TEAM OF UTILITY GUYS MUCH MORE NEEDS TO BE DONE WITH THE TEAM AND THEY WILL NOT STOP TRYING UNTIL THEY'RE LOOKING LIKE THE PRODUCT SWANK IS PAID FOR 

 

 

 


 


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