Author: Tim Imasa

2023 Most Improved Player

Vancouver Canadians – P Mitch Hart 2022 stats – 1 W – 3 L | 4.60 ERA | 3 GS | 8.4 K/9 2023 stats – 17 W – 4 L | 2.49 ERA | 0.97 WHIP | .229 BABIP   St. Louis Sultans – P Henderson Alvarez 2022 stats – 35 IP | 3.09 ERA | 0.91  WHIP | .232 BABIP 2023 stats – 15 W – 6 L | 3.19 ERA | 2.7 WAR   Colorado Gold Sox – 1B Don Mack Mack ha...

Dawgs Acquire Scooter Gennett

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Surf Dawgs made a big splash last night, acquiring All-Star second baseman, Scooter Gennett from Altoona. As expected, Dawgs shipped their staff ace, Ruben Alaniz–who was acquired last season from the Chris Sale trade–along with Alaniz, the Dawgs also shipped former top prospect, second baseman Eddie Rosario. In his short stint in San Diego, Alaniz poste...

The Pride of Yokosuka Japan

Yokosuka, KAN – is the 11th most populous city in the Greater Tokyo, and the 12th in the Kanto region. The city of Yokosuka is known for its various military facilities. Aside from that, Yokosuka is also an industrial city, with factories operated by Nissan Motors. Yokosuka added another gem to their beautiful city and this time, they are making a mark in the baseball scene. Continental Baseball L...

Dawgs Prospects Who Could Make An Impact in 2019

SP Kyle Krick – Krick, 25, was acquired from Vallejo in a blockbuster trade for Chris Sale. Krick posted a 4.03 ERA and 44 strikeouts as a Dawg in 7 starts. There is nothing groundbreaking about his numbers this season, but look for Krick to be in the top of the rotation come opening day in 2019. SP Kohl Stewart – Stewart was somewhat of a surprised last season. Many people was not sur...

Dawgs Ship Sale For Alaniz and Crick

SAN DIEGO — Dawgs snuck in a trade before the trade deadline concluded, and it was a big one. Multiple sources had confirmed that Dawgs’ top pitcher, Chris Sale was off the market few weeks ago. However, two minutes prior to the trade deadline, Dawgs pulled the trigger and shipped their Ace to the defending champs, Vallejo Admirals for Ruben Alaniz and Kyle Crick. When the media asked ...

Sharks Finish 8th Place in Winter Ball

The Kahului Sharks finished this year’s Winter League in disappointing fashion (20-30). The club finished 10 games below .500 which was good for 8th place (out of 10 teams) and almost dead last in all batting and pitching categories. The club dug their own grave by winning only 9 out of 28 games in December and then played some decent .500 baseball in January. However, team scouts saw some p...

Player Spotlight: Bob Crockett

The Surf Dawgs are once again quiet in this year’s free agency signing relief pitchers Joe Patterson and Nick Vincent. The team also signed infielder Bob Crockett. These signings are not surprising, in fact, it is expected based on team’s history. However, Surf Dawgs are still manage to find gems in these deals somehow. Last year’s free agency, Dawgs’ only focus was to acqu...

San Diego Unveil New Logo and Uniform

SAN DIEGO, CA — After a disappointing 2017 season, the Surf Dawgs are unveiling a new logo and uniform for the 2018 season. The team hopes to revive the fan base after losing their two most-liked players in Eric Hosmer and Jose Reyes. In case you missed it, Hosmer–was one of the pioneers of the franchise–was shipped to Richardson City for young slugger, O’Koyea Dickson. Rey...

Dawgs Call Up Chase Vallot

SAN DIEGO–Surf Dawgs called up top prospect Chase Vallot from Triple-A San Antonio after the team decided to trade starting catcher Jeff Burns to division rival Minneapolis Millers few minutes ago. The 20-year-old catcher is tearing up in the minors since the inaugural season. Most notable, was Vallot’s 2016 season in Single-A Fort Wayne where he put up some ridiculous numbers. He batt...

Surf Dawgs Welcome Former Emerald

Long time ago, before the Surf Dawgs moved to San Diego, they were known as the Eugene Emeralds. Team owner John Moores decided to move his franchise from Eugene to San Diego after one year. Moores, a San Diegan, did not feel like flying to Eugene to watch a home game. So as any billionaire would do, he brought the team back home. In 2014, Eugene Emeralds traded for an infielder named Ian Kinsler....

Dawgs Fire Bud Black

San Diego Surf Dawgs fired long-time skipper Bud Black after four years. Team brass decided enough is enough after the team recorded 24 wins in 52 games. Some people thought the move was pre-mature, but the Dawgs GM thought otherwise. “First off, I would like to thank Bud for managing this team in 4 seasons and for bringing a winning attitude to the ball club. He’s a very talented mana...

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