Howlers – Thursday, May 2nd – Summer Camp Day

The Howlers wrap up the series with the Arrows at 7:05 p.m. The SeaWolves welcome guests from area day camps, senior centers, and businesses for this special mid-week matinee. It’s also a AAA Member Wednesday. AAA members can present their card to save $2 off any regularly priced ticket to this game. If Seawolves sweep the Broken Arrows in the two game series all camp members get a free pizza from Grandpa John’s Pizza on west 38th the next day.

Erie Seawolves Buck Night April 22nd

Join the Erie Seawolves April 22nd against Vancouver Canadians for Buck Night sponsored by NPC Bank, gates open at 6:00 pm and first pitch at 7:05pm. Dollar Bud Light,Smith hot dogs, and pop corn will be the special tonight. Following the game watch live fireworks provided by NPC BANK over the center field fence. Please be aware fans in the left field sections 200 to 210 and center field 211 to 222 will have to move before the fireworks due to the possibility of wind. We hope to see you there! Go Seawolves.    

Game Rewind – April 12th,13th,14th

After 9 games Richardson City Blood Ravens look sexy as always at 6 and 3, but big surprise comes from Charlotte Knights who are 7 and 2. April 12th Ed Vincent (VAN) earned the top spot for Gatorade’s “Performance Of The Day” by going 3 for 4, 2 2B,HR, 4 RBI, 2 R and BB. Dan Coveny (ERI) earned the second spot for Gatorade’s “Performance Of The Day” by going 3 for 5 with 2B, HR,  5 RBI and 2 R. Don Sanders (BFE) earned third spot for Gatorade’s “Performance Of The Day” by going 2 for 3 with HR, 3 RBI, 2 R  and 2 BB. April 13th Aurelio Rivera from Da Blood Raven’s grabbed the top spot for Gatorade’s “Performance Of The Day” 4 for 5, 2 2B,HR,4 RBI, 3 R and BB. Golden States Big Day Leads to 2 Gatorade awards. Erjan...

Revisiting – 25 And Under CBL Dream Team (2026)

  Back in 2026 we wrote about the 25 and under Dream Team, 4 years we will revisit the “Dream Team” Stats of end of 2029, this is a mix of highly successful players and guys who burned out before making a last impact. Soon we will release a new list for 2030 shortly. Position Player Orig. Team Cur. Team Seasons Avg OBP SLG OPS WAR C Jop Ruttman CHR COL 6 .266 .359 .478 .837 22.7 C Steve Spence RC MIN(AA) 7 .254 .355 .438 .792 13.6 1B Alfredo Solis TUC CAD 5 .251 .321 .473 .795 14.3 2B Cisco Martinez TC TC 9 .268 .328 .444 .773 34.2 SS Jorge Gamboa TUC ERI 5 .265 .304 .345 .649 11.2 3B Gilberto Lopez RC RC 6 .298 .416 .499 .915 27.8 Infield Luis Gabriel AUS CAD 6 .277 .320 .373 .693 11.6 Infield Jose Vallejo CHR VAN 6 .231 .303 .413 .716 10.5 Infield Leonardo Caneque VAL MV...

Meet C. Wolf!

Have you met C. Wolf (Sea Wolf)? If you have, you know him as the only talking mascot in the world! He is a fun, fanged inviting friend without a hint of ferociousness. This 19 year-old loveable creature lives on Presque Isle and prowls the waters of Lake Erie off of Presque Isle Bay. C. Wolf has been the Erie SeaWolves mascot and a fan favorite since 2021! At that time, C. Wolf protected Erie from Knights, Outlaws and Beach Bums as part of the Frontier East League In 2029 when the SeaWolves moved to Frontier Conference in the CBL, C. Wolf made some new foes. He now protects Erie from Surf Dawgs, Knights and Candians. C. Wolf ruled the waters of Lake Erie as the SeaWolves have been under attack throughout the years! He does have a lot of other friends from Erie like the Smith’s Wiene...

Seawolves Bank On The Wolves Day

Before Wednesday game against the San Diego Smurf Dogs Surf Dawgs, Erie Seawolves and NPC Bank hosted 1st annual Bank On The Wolves Day. Fans and players gathered a hour before the game to sign autographs, take pictures and do meet and greets. Kids from around the city of Erie came to run the bases and participate in a homerun derby with Seawolves mascot C. Wolf. Starting pitchers Garrett Gooden,Jose Camacho and closer Matt LaChappa gave fans demonstrations on how to pitch and signed baseballs to kids as part of “Strike Out Hunger” campaign. Infielders Teruhiko Nakagawa, Juan Morales and outfielder Muddy Waters work with another group of kids on hitting in a new campaign to “Crush Drugs”. Both campaigns are apart of a new strategy that the city of Erie,Erie Seawolve...

Trouble in Bat City

With nicknames of Bat City, Waterloo, City Of The Violet Crown to name a few, Austin might have a new nickname soon. Bad blood already boiling over for the Austin Bats and their new manager John Urick. Jose Nieto and Robinson Castaneda got into it over the past week as the Bats went 0 – 3 against the rebranded Liberty. Nieto was quoted as saying, “It’s his fault we’re losing ballgames. I was just trying to let him know that he (Castaneda) needs to play better, and he took offense to it.” Some other members of the Bats had to step in and calm down the situation but many of those in the clubhouse were puzzled as to what Nieto was talking about. Castaneda only pitched 0.1 of an inning giving up no runs while Nieto pitched 3.1 innings and gave up 4 runs only 1 bei...

An Underrated Career: Trace Loehr

Few CBL players are as polarizing on the field as Minneapolis Millers long-time shortstop Trace Loehr. A career .233 hitter with a .720 OPS is, some argue, worthy of being a first ballot Hall-of-Famer when he retires, and that drives some fans crazy. Offense is what seems to drive popularity, but Loehr’s body of work is impressive for it’s overall value and even more so for it’s uniqueness. Loehr has won four gold glove awards and likely had a few stolen away as well. After being given the starting shortstop job for good as a 26-year-old, Loehr played in more than 150 games for 8 straight seasons, constantly putting up league leading ZR as a SS. Combining outstanding defense with surprising power and a patient eye made Loehr one of the league’s most valuable players...

Portland Panther Fans Will Need Programs

                          Portland Panthers Open Season with Lots of Changes April 4, 2030 by Samantha Guerin (Sports Editor) Portland’s new management team, which took over in mid-2029, has made drastic changes to the Panther roster for the start of the new season that kicks off tomorrow night.  With a looming financial crisis and a team that couldn’t reach .500 even with a plethora of highly paid veterans, Portland will take the field in St Louis with a bunch of those expensive veterans suiting up elsewhere.  Gone are: CF Dave Gill – he hit .296 and stole a league-leading 55 bases but still turned in a negative WAR (-0.8) due to his atrocious defensive play in CF (ZR = -39.6).  Coming off a two-year $21 million contract, he was not offered an extension and signed a free agent contract wi...

The Importance Of June 8th

This date is an important one for every CBL team, but more important is to understand the importance of rounds 2 – 7. Round 1 gets all the hype and glory but championships and teams are built in rounds 2 – 7.  There are hidden gems, long term projects and valuable trade pieces that come out of the later rounds. Most trades always involve a main piece, whether its a superstar, a future superstar or a talented player on one team that fills a valuable spot on another. These trades rarely happen on a 1 for 1 situation, most are filled with role players or future projects. These extra players are key to any successful team, whether used in a trade or grown through the farm system and most of these players are picked in rounds 2  to 7. Taking a look we can see what the power of havin...

Spring Training Interview with CBL GMs

Editors Note: I apologize for any bad grammar or spelling. Edited this after a long day of school and work. Hope you all enjoy it! Interview with John from the Portland Panthers Dan Canadians: Welcome John. Glad to have you in the CBL. Welcome and congrats on taking over Portland. They’ve had a great reputation for being an up and coming team. Any opening remarks you’d like to make? John Portland: Yeah, glad to be here. But I don’t think Portland is up and coming. Lots of expensive players and couldn’t even make .500 last year. No pitching prospects at all. And big financial concerns. Budget was reduced $10 million this year and will drop another $20 million next year (by game projections). I dumped two expensive players to try to get this year under control $ wise....

Down on the Farm: Checking in on the Rest

For part three of our Down on the Farm series, we will be reviewing some of the elite seasons from rookie league to the A level, the Midwest League, the Arizona Summer League and the Florida State League. Part one covered the AAA level and can be read here, while part two covered the AA level and can be read here. Anibal Cardenas, Shortstop, San Diego Surf Dawgs Organization Originally signed out of Cuba in July of 2026, Anibal Cardenas has been a scouts favorite since. At 6’1, 170 pounds, his nickname “Chubby” seems odd, but he insists he was an incredibly fat baby and the nickname has just stuck. Cardenas began the season at the Low A level, where he put the league on notice that he was going to be a force in the future. In 50 games, the infielder hit .384/.421/.664 wit...

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