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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Seattle Mudhoney are World Series Champions!

In a series that lived up to all of the hype the Seattle Mudhoney were able to repeat as Champions! Seattle won the series over the Atlanta Black Bears in seven games. In the series, Seattle took the first game and it was a close one. A single to the outfield in the top of the 9th clinched that win. Things then look VERY dire for the Mudhoney as the Black Bears took three straight, two of which were still close one-run games. In game four Atlanta rolled to a 11-4 win which really put Seattle's backs against the wall. Seattle and their pitching staff then rallied to throw two straight shutout games to even the series at three games. The final game headed back to Atlanta where the game was tied into the fourth inning. In the end a 16 hit performance was able to propel the Seattle Mudhoney to a 6-1 win and their second straight World Series title!

Congratulations Seattle Mudhoney and coach foolsgold79!

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Season 4 Playoffs

RBI Playoffs (season 4)

The playoffs this season have been amazing!

For the AL:

The West division champions, Oakland Raiders, swept their first round opponents the Montreal Voyageurs.

The South division champions, Monterrey Gigantes, defeated the New York Yankees in four games.

In the second round, Oakland continued to play hot but came up short against the AL's best and lost in 5 games to the Seattle Mudhoney.

In the second round, it looked like the Cleveland Rocks were going to roll the series but Monterrey tied the series up at two games but Cleveland shut the door and got a shutout in game 5 to clinch the series.

In a much anticipated matchup in the ALCS, Cleveland couldn't find their groove against one of the league's best pitching staffs and Seattle was able to advance to the World Series for the second straight season in 5 games.

For the NL:

One of the wildcard teams advanced to the second round after sweeping the NL East champions, the Pittsburgh Stealers. That team who won in three was the Charlotte Queen City Royals.

The West division champions, the San Diego Squids, were able to defeat the Sante Fe Spurs. The series was back and forth and in game 5 San Diego was able to hang on down the stretch to win the game and the series by one run.

Division rivals met in the NLDS where Atlanta and their best overall record would not be denied to the next round as they defeated Charlotte in four games.

In the second round, #2 seeded Cincinnati Reds were very close to having the series locked up but two straight wins by San Diego prevented their shot at the NLCS. San Diego pulled out another series win in five games.

In the NLCS, you had a team who has been hot all season and had an easier road. The other had to scratch and claw to this point. Atlanta was able to continue to roll as they defeated San Diego 4-1 to advance to the World Series.

WORLD SERIES MATCHUP: #1 Seattle Mudhoney (115-47) vs #1 Atlanta Black Bears (116-46)

Sunday, August 2, 2015

World update-New rules created

RBI Baseball world members,

     My job as Commissioner is to look out for the world and make decisions popular or not that I feel is in the best interest of the world. I apologize because I should have done this last season. With that being said I have come to a decision with the assistance of part of the world committee. Please see the new rules below. Any questions please let me know. Thanks, Toby (tmfran)

1)      Minimum win rule. Every team must win 120 games in back to back seasons starting now (season2). So if you win 50 in year 2, you'd have to win 70 or more in year three or any combination that gives up 120 wins over any consecutive seasons. Each owner gets one appeal. If an owner fails to meet the 120 win mark in back to back seasons they can appeal one time to the committee to stay in the world. The committee will review the team / owner and see if they should get a second chance. * the only team that is exempt from starting this season is The NY Islanders, due to the fact that they were a replacement owner and took over a team in a really bad situation. They will start in season 3*

2)      A world committee will be set up by the commish. It will be made up of 4 owners, 2 from the AL and 2 from the NL. The committee will vote on rules violations as well as admission to the world if / when vacancies occur. In case of a voting tie, then the commish will cast the tie breaking vote. If a committee member quits or gets kicked out, then the commish will appoint a replacement committee member.

If the commish quits or gets kicked out, then the committee will appoint a new commish.

3)      All owners are expected to keep their minors stocked, to avoid fatigue problems. Above all the owners will be held to the WIS HBD fair play rules.



The committee is made up of Vancouver and Charlotte in the NL. The help wanted sign is still up for the AL.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

RBI Baseball season 1 award winners.

RBI Champion- Monterrey Gigantes - owner-macchiato

NL award winners

MVP-Quilvio Guerrero - .336 ba., 56 home rums, 139 rbi's

Rookie of the year-Ignacio Gonzales - .307 ba, 47 home runs, 138 rbi's.

Cy Young Winner-Ted Cogan - 18-5, 2.12 era, 135 k's.

Silver Sluggers

PCarlos Delgad

CEdgar Duran

1BIgnacio Gonzales
2BPedro Guzman

3BKendry Soto

SSMat Koch

LFBenji Santana

CFIke Ducey

RFQuilvio Guerrero

Gold Glove winners

PRene Mayn

CTerry Delaney

1BNeftali Neruda

2BChun-Lim Jiang

3BKendry Soto

SSJerry Henry

LFNorberto Lopez

CFRich Little

RFDarrin Keats

AL award winners

MVP- Al Guerrero - .340 ba, 48 home runs, 121 rbi's

Rookie of the year- Orber Gabriel - .311 ba, 42 home runs, 114 rbi's

Cy Young Winner- Trot Leach - 18-4, 2.82 era, 131 k's

 Silver Sluggers

DHAl Guerrero

CDenny Matsumoto

1BArmando Seanez

2BPhil Badenhop

3BHarold Salas

SSAlex Griffin

LFOrber Gabriel

CFRicardo Morales

RFBrian Peterson

Gold Glove winners

PMarino Diaz

CRobbie Trout

1BCarlos Rios

2BDwight Neill

3BJimmie Quevedo

SSRyan Service

LFJair Martin

CFFloyd Slusarski

RFKennie Wright