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CBA Press release Brooklyn, N.Y...April 1st, 2018.................................................................................

The annual Brooklyn event known as Superba Day was a spectacular success.  The Brooklyn fans took to the iconic park (design by Olmstead and Vaux) early Friday afternoon in anticipation of the events that were in store.  Giant satellitte broadcast screens were set in place for the what was to be a weekend celebration of music and baseball.  Fans ever so loyal.  Many fans felt that last year was a building year and were very pleased to compete once again finishing with 95 wins in yet another playoff season. 

   The weekend events featured 3 days of great division rivalry baseball between the Parker champ Newton Bombs and the Brooklyn Superbas.  Brooklyn eventually took 2 of the 3 games in spectacular pitching dominated games.  The atmosphere was festive as the crowsds in Prospect Park watched, oohed, aaah'd, and cheered when the Brooklyn pitchers managed to strike out an ever tough Bomb batter.

   Many camped overnight and took advantage of the great festival music from the great band lineups at the 3 day event.  Friday evening saw 'Michael Franti's Spearhead, Thievery Corporation, Ziggy Marley, and Warren Haynes reunited with Derek Trucks, and Dickey Betts in a grand finale alongside Stevie Ray Vaughn's Double Trouble bandmates.    Saturday after the game fans were treated to a rousing performance by the West End Dogs who tore it up playing a Mitch Ryder version of "Sock It To Me Baby".  They were joined onstage by Gary Rossington and Peter Frampton.  But the real kicker was the post game show Sunday night. 

    Live from Prospect Park, Sir Paul McCartney helicoptered unto the Botanical Garden Pit, and led an entourage featuring, Little Richard, Don Wilson, Brian Wilson, Wilson Alvarez, Loosehand McGuirk, Al Kooper, and the band The Persuit of Happiness, to the fileds where the faithful were gathered for the big concert and Superba rally.  After a light hearted, and heartfelt words, mocking the Kardashians, Paul led a supercharged version of Centerfield as he attempted to hit a homerun with guest artist MC Lyte.    All in all a fun weekend as the Superbas start their season on a positive and hope to be in the final mix for the playoffs in 2018.

 

CBA Brooklyn Superbas Team Season Summary

Entered the league in: 1997  Original Owner: Original Committee member: Present Commissioner and  league owner.

 


 Known in CBA as the House of Pain, Coors Field is home of the Superbas. 8 Time Parker champion.

Historical Notes:  Brooklyn is one of the original franchises in CBA.  A very succesful one in CBA with a lifetime .563 winning percentage. Marc Wass an original founding member was an original committee member and consultant to the fledgling  CBA back in 1996-7 in its planning stages.  Brooklyn started their first year off by drafting Albert "Joey" Belle  4th in the very first round of the CBA draft.  Belle was quite a character as the many press releases show and always fighting in the clubs house with unruly reporters much tio the delight of Brooklyn's fans.  Brooklyn's first season was one of only two losing seasons ever for the Brooklyn franchise (The other being 2002 just 3 under .500).  Relying heavily on a good offense and on a bullpen, the formula failed miserably and BSD as they were then known lost 99 games their worst season ever.  But their fortunes were about to change.  Drafting and trades came.  Trading some of their potent offense at Coors "House of Pain" in Prospect Park Brooklyn, Brooklyn revamped their pitching and defense making several trades including deals involving the popular Albert Belle and others.  Along came Hideo Nomo and Sammy Sosa from Stirling , and drafted was Roy Halladay.  After acquiring another 1st round pick, '98's 8th selection Todd Helton, the nucleus of the Superbas and their legacy of winning was born.  Strong role and platoon players always have played a key part of Brooklyn's success.  Players who matched well with the Brooklyn style of Power, hits, and high on base served Brooklyn well over the years with Brooklyn almost always at or just under the league lead in most offensive categories.  Brian Daubach, Al Martin, Luis Polonia, Henry Rodriguez  have had awesome statistical season with Brooklyn.  Martin had a 39 game hit streak, Polonia hit .363 in '99, Henry Rodriguez 40+ HR in 98,as did Daubach later on.  Al Martin had a monstrous season near the batting leaders and leading the league in triples in '98.Brooklyn teams have since averaged more than 270 HR's per season and lead CBA in all time HR, Average, and Slugging. 

1998 was Brooklyn's first entry in the playoffs losing to eventual champion Limoilou Wendingo in the 1st round.  It was a foreshadow of the 2003 season and the first of many Brooklyn trips to the playoffs. Brooklyn has made the playoffs each year 2003-2007, 5 years straight.

 
Prior to yesterday's Superbas-Loggers game in Baseball City,
Japanese heroes and Logger stars Hideki Matsui (right) and
Ichiro Suzuki (not pictured) pose with Brooklyn's latest
pitching sensation Daisuke "Dice-K" Matsuzaka (left)
before a unusual crowd of international press.

Photo #2 shows the product "Mudp" cereal which is routinely used as part of a highly rediculous ritual of cereal throwing that Dice-k performs before starts against his old friends.

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Wass in game action:   singling through the hole in Men's Semi-pro game   ......

Scoring go ahead run from 2nd... Sayrewoods Diamondbacks vs Old Bridge Mets....June 2003

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