Author: Nathan Royce

Sultans Review: May Edition

With the month of May closing out lets look at where the Sultans stand in the division and some of their top performers. April was a pretty terrible month for our boys at 8-16, however a hot May puts us right back in the thick of things, is this just a bubble or can they sustain this winning? The stats say no, middle of the pack or worse in all the team statistics with many young players shoulderi...

Royce Returns To Helm of Sultans

Nathan Royce is returning to be the General Manager of Baseball with the Sultans after a short hiatus, reasons given were many but rumor has it he was defeated by the teams inability to get over the 500 hump. Distractions in the outside world led him elsewhere but now he is back with a new focus and will attempt once again to bring this team into an age of winning. The familiar face of Gregory Nas...

Volcano Eruptions HWB Roster

Sultans with another disappointed losing season, and while it is hard for fans to stay cheerful when major league club is sub-par, the “Loyal Subjects” as the fans like to call themselves, are quite excited for this years Hawaii Winter Baseball team. a number of these guys are familiar with each other having played in Forked River this season together. the group is a strong mix of hand...

St.Louis Sultans: Inside The Numbers

  49 Numbers of home runs hit by St. Louis slugger Edward Salcedo this season, a year after hitting 52. While his home/road splits will never be similar due to the hitter friendly confines of his home park, Salcedo’s power numbers are hard to ignore. He’s showing why the local St. Louis fans are calling him their Sultan of Swat. http://www.cblonline.net/2022-recap-inside-the-numbers-part-i-hl...

Gregory “Little Toe” Nash Jr.

Today is Friday, June 3rd 53 games into the 2022 season and Gregory Nash Jr. is making his major league debut for the St. Louis Sultans. He will be called up for the series against Vancouver for so so added bat pop with Oscar Cherry down for a couple of weeks. Nash Jr. has been absolutely destroying AA playing LF/RF and hitting an masterful .316 AVG and .452 OBP, he gives catchers a run for their ...

Regular Season End Report

Season number 4 has come to a close for the St. Louis baseball club and in many was is an all to familiar finish. Finishing in the 60 win realm has become much to consistent of a reality for this ball club, however, the management and players believe the horizon is much brighter than in years past. Some major highlights from the year have been the key focal points of the organization to build upon...

Chasing History – Edward Salcedo

“Home Runs are one of the many reason fans come out to the diamond, and I am just happy that I can put a smile on the fans faces as we try to improve here in STL.” words from Edward Salcedo when interviewed after his 3 home run game. “I tell you what, I was so shocked because I didn’t think the last ball had enough to get out,” he told BNN reporters in the clubhouse f...

St. Louis Sultans

After Nathan Royce took over the St. Louis team this past off-season he instantly decided to take initiative and develop a system where the season ticket owners answered a series of questions over the coarse of the season. Questions such as, how they feel about the stadium, team look, and their favorite players. One of the issues the fans had was the look of the team, “drab”, “bo...

Post Draft Report : St.Louis

Following the conclusion of the 2021 CBL Draft the St.Louis organization is very happy with the recent picks soon to be signed, and the trades involving players in the draft, and out. Drake Fellows was beginning to carve out a role in the starting rotation, and as he was doing so was traded for two hitters looking to do the same, Edward Pena and Justin Bellinger. When asked about the deal, Leading...

A Boy Named Okay

a long-bladed hand tool with a beveled cutting edge and a plain handle that is struck with a hammer or mallet, used to cut or shape wood, stone, metal, or a baseball diamond. The nickname given to Okay Turk seems fitting as he looks to start his large journey to the pros after being called to join the Fork River Lumberjacks for the upcoming season. Scout Steve Miller discovered Turk in Bochum, Ger...

STL baseball under new management

The St. Louis baseball franchise has had a rough start to say the least, with no winning record since expansion in 2017. Edward Salcedo, Clubhouse leader and now becoming a savvy veteran, spoke of how difficult the time here has been and how he wants to be a part of the organization coming to relevancy. ” As difficult as this journey has been ive start a life here in St. Louis and I want to ...

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