Reigning Champions

2034 Asahi2 Champs
Minnesota Twins
League Date
Dec 1st, 2034
Oct 20th, 2016 8:37 pm
Next up:
Fri 10/21 8am CT
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Oops I Did it Again PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shawn dylla   
Sunday, 21 August 2016 14:02

Oops I Did it Again

For only the 2nd time in league history the Minnesota Twins have bested the other teams to take home a much coveted Asahi2 Title. The 2034 champs ended up playing the same Los Angeles Dodgers team that they defeated to win the title in 2030. The Twins had to defeat the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros before advancing to the World Series.

The 2034 Twins were lead by 24 game winner Fred Glade who was acquired prior to the season in exchange for long time fan favorite "Big" Dan Brouthers. Glade was stellar with the Twins in the regular season but struggled in the playoffs, posting a 2-2 record and 3.79 ERA in 5 post season starts. It was however the game 5 start that will earn Glade the most accolades. With the Twins up 3-1 in the series and facing the potential game 6 and 7 back in LA, the 29 year old righty pitched 9 very strong shutout innings to give the Twins a 10-0 win. Ed Swartwood provided the most offense for the Twins, batting .328 with 5 HR and 10 RBI in the post-season run, and earned the World Series MVP award.

The Dodgers on the other hand had to battle through the Montreal Expos and Colorado Rockies before facing the 125 win Pittsburgh Pirates. Facing elimination in Game 7 of the NLCS the Dodgers homered in the 9th inning to earn their 2nd trip to the World Series in the past 5 seasons. Since 1978 the Dodgers have appeared in just 2 World Series and since the start of Asahi2, are one of a handful of teams to have never won a league title.

Last Updated on Monday, 17 October 2016 15:34
The long wait is over PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shawn dylla   
Tuesday, 05 August 2014 00:19

The long wait is over

For years now Asahi2 has waited and waited, sometimes patiently but mostly not, in anticipation for one of the most coveted hitters in the history of baseball. Since switching the league database over to the random debut database, Ruth along with a very short list of players were highly anticipated and predicted to be coming any season. No player was predicted more often than the Babe, so when he was finally announced as the #1 future star in the 2033 draft, there was a collective sigh of relief that he was finally coming. At that point the Kansas City Royals owned the #1 pick and Ruth seemed destined to start his career in the midwest. Knowing that Ruth would much rather enjoy the temptations of a big market, Mets owner Phil decided that Ruth needed to be acquired. In a deal that might go down as one of the biggest in league history, the Mets sent SP Christy Mathewson, SP Tex Hughson and a 1st round pick to the Royals in exchange for the rights to Ruth. Since that trade Ruth has been scouted more thoroughly and although his intangibles like intelligence and work ethic are not spectacular, Ruth has high potential and still could become the legend we all think he will be.

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 August 2016 14:02
2024 Amateur Class rumors PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 16 March 2013 07:40

2024 Amateurs are coming!

The 2024 Amateur class rumors begin with this handsome guy from the 18th century. There will be others, in fact at least 5 HOF are set to join Asahi2 in the 2024 draft.

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 August 2016 14:02
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