Nashville Outlaws

Outlaws Mid-Month (June/July ’18) Review

NASHVILLE — The Outlaws had a busy week with the trade deadline looming. They completed two trades. The first sent 3B Josh Donaldson and SS Jose Iglesias to Vallejo for SS Marco Hernandez and RP Victor Arano from AAA and CF Joe Donaldson in Single A. The other was completed late in the week with San Diego. The Outlaws gained P Garry Gary and OF Ronnie Carroll for SP Jake Odorizzi. General Manager Scott is hoping to make even more moves by the July 25th trade deadline. He placed Jameson Taillon on the trading block last week, but with Taillon pitching strong as of late, it is unsure if Scott will actually deal him or wait. Other moves included signing SP Yovani Gallardo to a spot in the CBL rotation and a minor league contract to SP Alex Brantley. From 06/18/2018 to 07/07/2018, the Ou...

Fire Sale?

NASHVILLE — It appears that Scott is looking into the future with certain rumors swirling around in Nashville. A source in the GM’s camp confirmed that star starting pitcher Jameson Taillon is officially being shopped around. Scott has not had a successful few weeks since gaining the opportunity to run the team. It seems that he has almost every starter on the main club on the trade block. Notable entries off of this list (at the moment for now) are SS Javier Baez, 1B David Denson, CF Christian Yelich and (highly sought after) C Stryker Trahan. At least to this writer, he (Scott) may be keeping onto Stryker because it is such a badass baseball name. Time will only tell if Jameson’s entry onto the trade block is the first of many to come. Rumor has it that the Outlaws are ...

Rebranded

  NASHVILLE — After announcing that the Outlaws had signed a new General Manger, they also unveiled brand new uniforms and a new logo.  They may be currently at the bottom of the standings, but at least they will look good in the black and gold. When asked about it the change, the new General Manager had this to say. “I felt like this was a great time to start fresh. New beginnings for a new relationship.” The logo is fitting for a team named the Outlaws. The cowboy hat and bandana resemble the look from the Old West and the baseball because obviously this is a professional baseball team. The fans of the Outlaws hope the new logo and uniforms will spark some life into what is already being assumed to be a last place finish.

Outlaws Shake Up Front Office

NASHVILLE — The Nashville Outlaws have replaced their former General Manager with a relative unknown in Scott Entsminger.  Laurence Baer called a press conference to discuss the change. “Even though Scott is an unknown to the league, we believe that he possesses exactly what this organization needs. After 10 minutes of talking with Scott, I knew he was the guy. His passion for the sport is amazing and I am excited to see how quickly he can turn our team around.” Joe Girardi added “I’m eager to get into the office and pick Scott’s brain on his vision for the team. Hopefully his ideas will lead this team to the top.” Scott has his work cut out for him, but the Outlaws believe he is their guy. When asked about the current state of the team, Scott seem...

2016 Season Review

What a season it was! After the league agreed to a new 120-game season, up from 82, even that proved to be one game too short. Trey and his Austin Bats were on the wrong end of the play-in game, losing in nail-biting, heart-racing, stomach-punch fashion to Syracuse. It also had to hurt watching Montreal clinch the East division title with a 60-60 record, three games worse than Austin. The Orange will play Frisco, while the other playoff series’ can be seen here. Let’s take a look back at the regular season. Inside the Numbers 17-16 Frisco’s record after trading several top prospects for starting pitchers Gio Gonzalez, Justin Verlander and Jordan Zimmerman. (49-38 prior to trade) 77 Number of wins Calgary had, best in the CBL. Traverse City was the only other team to eclip...

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