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1999 Team Profiles, Info,  and Owners

 Bodega Bay Mad Birds

BallPark: 3com Park (SanFrancisco)

Owned By: Gerald Benoit (Member since foundation 1997 )
Residence: Montreal, Qc, Canada
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 9 years


March 1997: Club founded under the name Mad Birds located in Bodega Bay
October 1997: Finish 4rd in division with a 75-87 season.
October 1998: Finish next to last in division with a 75-87 season.

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Canadian River Valley Ball Yards Rats

BallPark: Pro Players (Florida Marlins)

Owned By: David Covert (Member since foundation 1997 )
Residence:
Strat-o-Matic Experience:

March 1997: Club founded under the name Ball Yard Rats located in Canadian River Vally
October 1997: With a 84-78 season the Rats finish second in their division
October 1998: Finish first in the division with a 91-71 season

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Cooperstown Iron Horses


BallPark: Shea (New york Mets)

Owned By: Scott Owens (Member since foundation 1997)
Residence:
Strat-o-Matic Experience:


March 1997: Club founded under the name Cooperstown Iron Horses
October 1997: First in their division with a 85-77 season.
October 1998: Third in division eith a 78-84 season.

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Kansas City A's

BallPark: Kansas Citty

Owned By: Mike Johnson (Member since 1998 )
Residence:  KC Missouri
Strat-o-Matic Experience: Some


March 1997: Club founded under the name Hootervile Canonball
October 1997: With a second place divisionnal finish and a 77-85 season.
January 1998: Franchise acquired by Mike Jonshon an renamed A's after a move to Kansas City
October 1998: Finished last in the division with a 54-108 season.

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Olympia Geoducks

BallPark: Oakland stadium

Owned By: Johnny Anderson (Member since 1998)
Residence: Olympia Washington

March 1997: Club founded under the name Wild Cats in Villanueva by Joey Santangelo
October 1997: Finish last in the division with a 60-102 season.
Somewhere in 1997: Johnny Anderson bought the franchise renamed it Geoducks and move it to Olympia.
October 1998: Finish 3rd in divsion with a 87-75 season.

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Burlington Blacksox

BallPark: Los Angeles

Owned By: Brain McNeill (Member since August 1998)
Residence:

March 1997: Club founded under the name Phlorida Gaters by Justin Gates
October 1997: Finish 3rd in division with an 82-80 season.
Auguts 1998: Brian McNeill bought the franchise
October 1998: Club finish finish second in division with a 88-74 season.
January 1999: The franchise is move north to Burlington and renamed the Black Sox.

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Brooklyn Superbas

BallPark: Coors Field The House of Pain (Colorado)

Owned By: Marc Wasserman (Member since foundation 1997) CBA Committee member, League President, Co-Founder
Residence:  Brooklyn N.Y.
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 23 years

March 1997: Club founded under the name Brooklyn Superbas. Was briefly called "Champions" in leagues earliest hours.
October 1997: Finish 4th in his division with 69-93 October 1998: Finish 1st in division with 101-61 January 1999: The team is reallocated to the Clemente conference.
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Hamilton Harbors

BallPark: Fenway Park (Boston)
Owned By: Don Jensen (Member since Foundation)
Residence:

March 1997: Club founded under the name Hamilton Harbors. Owned by Don Jensen
October 1997: FInish fourth in their division with a 74-88 record.
October 1998: Club finish second in division with a 98-64 record.

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Limoilou Wendigo


BallPark: Houston
Owned By: Jeff Boutet (Member since foundation)
Residence:  Quebec City, Ca

March 1997: Club founded under the name Wendigo in Limoilou by Jeff Boutet
October 1997: Finish first in division with an outstanding 103-59 season.
October 1998: Finish fourth with a 86-76 season.

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Longue-Pointe Hitmen

BallPark: Yankees stadium

Owned By: Claude Lamarre (Member since foundation) , Commisioner, Founding member
Residence: Montreal, Qc, Ca

March 1997: Club founded under the name Longue-Pointe Curlers by Claude Lamarre.
March 1997: Stephane Bouchard is brought as assistant GM and the club change name for Hitmen
October 1997: Finish 3rd in division with a 70-92 record.
October 1998: Finish 3rd in division with a 92-70 season.

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Montecito Habaneros

BallPark: Comiskey Park

Owned By: Ray Cappochi (Member since foundation)
Residence: SF, Cal

March 1997: Club founded under the name Habaneros and establish in Montecito by Ray Cappochi
October 1997: Finished first with a 95-67 season
October 1998: Finished fourth in the division with a 70-92 season.

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Quebec Capitals

BallPark: Tampa Bay

Owned By: Christian Boutin (Member since foundation )
Residence: Quebec City, Ca

March 1997: Club founded under the name Capitals located in the city of Quebec by Christian Boutin
October 1997: Finish second in division with a 98-64 season
October 1998: Finish last in division with a 50-108 season

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Alexandria Assault

BallPark: Wrigley Fields (Chicago Cubs)

Owned By: John Calder (Member since foundation (97))
Residence: Alexandria, Virginia
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 6 years

March 1997: Club foundation
March 24, 1997: Has the first pick in the innaugural draft and select: Alex Rodriguez

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Grambling Gramblers

BallPark: Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles)

Owned By: Jay Shapiro (Member since 1998)
Residence: Chicago, Ill

March 1997: Franchise foundation under the name Sunville Sunjewels owned by Keith B. Jones
October 1997: The sunjewel finish 1st in their division with 109-53
March 1998: Jay Shapiro acquire the franchise and renamed it Gamblers after a move to Grambling
October 1998: The gamblers has a 82-80 season and finish 3rd in their division.


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Hicksville Ragin' Rednecks

BallPark: Pro Players stadium (St-Louis Cardinals)
Owned By: Greg Mason (Founding member March 1997)
Residence: Larenceville, GA
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 27 years

March 1997: Franchise foundation under the name Hicksville Ragin Redneck owned by Greg Mason
October 1997: The Red necks finish 4th in their division with 70-92
October 1997: First in the division with a 108-54 season

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Kilgore Bashers

BallPark: The Ballpark (Texas Rangers)

Owned By: Cory Light (Founding member March 1997)
Residence: Kilgore, Texas
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 2 years

March 1997: Franchise foundation under the name Kilgore Bashers owned by Cory Light
October 1997: With a 80-82 season the Bashers finish 3rd in their division
October 1997: Finish 3rd in their division with a 85-77 season

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Wilmington Bluerocks

BallPark: Jacobs Field (Cleveland Indians)
r since January 1999)
Residence: Wilmington, Delaware

March 1997: Franchise foundation under the name Flamingos Parma owned by Lou Bloss
October 1997: The Parmas finis second with a 91-71 season.
March 1998: Serge Robitaille acquire the franchise and renamed it Darknight after a move to Kirkland
October 1998: Kirkland with a second place finish had a 92-70 season.
January 1999: Acquired by John MacDonald the franchise is renamed Bluerocks and moved to Wilmington


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Tennessee Warriors

BallPark: Cinergy Fields (Cincinati)
Owned By: Stéphane Bouchard (Member since start of 1998)
Residence: Montréal, Qc, Canada
Strat-o-Matic Experience: None

March 1997: Franchise foundation under the name Memphis Mafia owned by Shaun Jones
October 1997:
March 1998: Stephane Bouchard acquire the franchise and renamed it Warriors after a move to Tenessee
October 1998: Tennesse finish last in their division with a 51-111 season.



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Louisville Mob Squad

BallPark: (Minnesota Twins)



Owned By: Dan Noonan (Member since foundation (97))
Residence: Louisville, Kentucky
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 6 years

March 1997: Club founded under the name Louisville Mob Squad. Owner Dan Noonan
October 1997: Mob Squad finish 1st in their division with a 102-60 season. October 1998: Finish 3rd in the division with a 90-72 season.
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Ottawa Otters

BallPark: Skydome (Toronto Blue Jays)

Owned By: Jack Jung (Member since '97)
Residence: Gloucester, Ontario, Canada
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 6 years

March 1997: Franchise foundation by Jack Jung of the Ottawa Otters
October 1997: With a 81-81 season the otters finish second in their division.
October 1998: Finish next to last in their division with a 67-95 season.

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Philly Phantastics

BallPark: Veterans stadium (Philadelphia Phillies)

Owned By: Rob Hite (Founding member March 1997)
Residence: Philadelphie, GA
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 5 years

March 1997: Franchise foundation under the name Philadelphia Phantastics owned by Rob Hite
October 1997: Finish last in the division with a 48-114 season.
October 1998: Finish 4th with a 84-78 season.

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Montreal Rockets

BallPark: (San Diego Padres)

Owned By: Maxim Daigle (Member since January 1999)
Residence: Montreal Qc, Ca
Strat-o-Matic Experience: none

March 1997: Franchise foundation by Eric Lindner under the name Southwest Lizard King
October 1997: Finish first in their division with a 96-66 season.
October 1998: With a 108-54 season the Lizard do it again with a 1st place.
Januray 1999: Maxim Daigle bought the franchise move it to Montreal and rename the Rockets.


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Stirling Red Sox

BallPark: Bank One Ballpark (Arizona)

Owned By: Wayne McGee (Founding member March 1997)
Residence: Stirling, Ontario, Canada
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 9 years

March 1997: Franchise foundation by Wayne McGee under the name Red Sox Stirling
October 1997: With a 69-93 season the Red Sox finish 3rd un their divison
October 1998: Last in the division with a 50-112 season.

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Ste-Foy Frenchies

BallPark: Olympic Stadium (Montreal Expos)

Owned By: Dino Barnabe (Member since June 1997)
Residence: Sainte-Foy, Québec, Canada
Strat-o-Matic Experience: 7 years

March 1997: Franchise founded by Randall Flowers under the name Storm located in Vancouver
June 1997: Franchise sold to Dino Barnabé
October 1997: The storm finish last with a 59-103 season.
March 1998: Franchise moved to Ste-Foy and renamed Frenchies
October 1998: Finish second in the division with a 94-68 season
 



15-01-99
For it's new home and also the beginning of 1999 the page receive a new facelift. There is still a lot to do tough. There were numerous teams change this year so the history team section need some work. Team logo will be produce during the season.
The biggest news is that all web activities will be regroup on this site now. Claude will be responsible for the bigger part of the content. I will be responsible for the look and programming of the page as well as a little part of the contents. Good 1999 season to all and remember feedback are always welcomed
Gerald

14-09-98
I updated the teams links that contain the owner and franchise info. I only had the time to make the Clemente conference and there still 4 teams with no logo. Obviously there still work to do in that section for example with the franchise history. Don't hesitate if you want something added in the section.

12-09-98
Good news from the head office! Claude and I decided to join our effort and combined both sites. We will both update and work on this site and the other one will be used as a mirror site.

I've done quite an update on the visual aspect of the page (Is it too much?). There is still alot to do I plan to update (or make) all teams logo that date from the first year.

Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 00:53:03 -0500
Southwest Lizard King change name for Montreal Rocket.
Kirkland Dark Knights change name for Wilmington BlueRocks.
Quebec move stadium from Anaheim to Tampa Bay.


Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 18:29:01 -0500
Kirkland have a new owner: John Mac Donald email: JOHN.BERT-101489@prodigy.net
Also, the Phlorida Gaters are changing name for Burlington Black Sox.


Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 02:04:37 -0500
First, the Tennessee Warriors team will nom be called Tennessee Tazmanians.

Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 00:53:03 -0500
Southwest Lizard King change name for Montreal Rocket.
Kirkland Dark Knights change name for Wilmington BlueRocks.
Quebec move stadium from Anaheim to Tampa Bay.


Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 18:29:01 -0500
Kirkland have a new owner: John Mac Donald email: JOHN.BERT-101489@prodigy.net
Also, the Phlorida Gaters are changing name for Burlington Black Sox.


Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 02:04:37 -0500
First, the Tennessee Warriors team will nom be called Tennessee Tazmanians.


To Louisville: Scott Radinsky & CBC #7
To Olympia: Gary Gaetti & LMS #8


To Phlorida: Tony Phillips & OGC #7
To Olympia: Mark Lewis


To Canadian River: Rey Sanchez, TJ Mathews, Jeremi Gonzalez & BSD #6
To Olympia: Jose Cabrera, CBC #2 & SFS #8


Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 14:06:34 -0500
To Limoilou: Keith Foulke & Brady Anderson
To Stirling: David Segui


Date: Sun, 10 Jan 1999 00:01:39 -0500
To Philly: Mike Piazza, Rondell White, Anthonio Alfonseca & SLS #3
To Southwest: Scott Rolen, Steve Avery, Bobby Estalella & LMS #2


To Philly: Armando Reynoso & TWP #3
To Tennessee: Brian Rose


Also please note that two members of the committee has had their responsability increased.
Gerald Benoit is now the draft coordinator (he will be responsible to conduct the 1999 draft with it's proceedings)
Jon Calder is now the Transaction Coordinator (from now you should confirm to me and CC him in this confirmation).


Date: Fri, 01 Jan 1999 03:43:34 -0500
Moving from Dawson Division (Staub Conference) to Parker Division (Clemente Conference) : Brooklyn Superbas
Moving from Parker Division (Clemente Conference) to Dawson Division (Staub Conference) : Alexandria Assault
Those teams can't change conference again before 3 FULL years.

 


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