Jeffrey Everroad

  • Nice article. Always cool to read the opposing teams thoughts on trades.

  • It’s that time of week again, where we look at the top prospects for the Colorado Gold Sox. Today we take at a look at LF Dave Land ranked 12th overall and 8th ranked batter.

    Current Team: AAA Kanab […]

  • The trade deadline has come and gone and with that, the month of July for the Colorado Gold Sox. The Gold Sox currently sit at 45-61 26 games behind division leading Mahoning Valley Scrappers, in 7th place. The […]

  • Good point. Didn’t realize that about OOTP, still pretty new to it. I thought about counting them as one but didn’t really know if they were suppose to be or if they were actually talked and agreed upon as separate deals. So I erred on the side of caution and kept them separate. Now that I realize OOTP allows only 5, I’ll start counting anything…[Read more]

  • The proceeding are my opinions and they are known sometimes (not often) to be wrong. lolYesterday marks the trade deadline for the CBL, today we take a look at all the moves. (This is my first time trying to do […]

    • I enjoyed the article a lot, Jeffrey! I think it might make sense in the future to count those “separate” trades as one big trade, though. OOTP only allows 5 players to be traded per team per trade, so giving up Dauenhauer for $1 is actually part of my first trade. Just like SD “getting robbed” in the first trade, but only because the deal was simply set that way to let OOTP process it. It’s essentially one big deal, which would change the “review” but all in all I really enjoyed the article and the format. Keep them coming!!

      • Good point. Didn’t realize that about OOTP, still pretty new to it. I thought about counting them as one but didn’t really know if they were suppose to be or if they were actually talked and agreed upon as separate deals. So I erred on the side of caution and kept them separate. Now that I realize OOTP allows only 5, I’ll start counting anything more then 5 as one deal.

  • With the trade deadline come and gone for the Gold Sox & with no movement by GM Jeffrey Everroad, it looks like this team will finish as your 2034 Colorado Gold Sox. So we figured it’s time to look towards the […]

    • I’m loving these custom images, Jeffrey!

      Also, Boarman is a bonifide STUD. I expect to see him in CBL next season (at least in September call up this year).

  • Unfortunately due to the slow start for the Gold Sox, fans knew the moves were coming. And unfortunatly that included fan favorite Jayson Philmon (.354, .446, .589, 10HR before trade .449, .526, .833, 8HR since […]

    • Sad to see Philmon leave Colorado. But I do like what you got for him–Particularly, Boarman and Schulman. Looking forward to see him in Colorado!

  • With spring training starting this week, the we sit down for a chat with the new GM of the Colorado Gold Sox, Jeffrey Everroad.

    REPORTER: What made you interested in taking over Colorado as a team?

    JE: Well I’d always heard it was a beautiful city and state to live in.

    REPORTER: So how much did you know about the Gold Sox before accepting…[Read more]

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