— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) March 1, 2015
Jose Vidro makes his colonials debut. Will he get Boston over the hump and to the Union Cup?
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) February 5, 2015
With the ASG completed, it's time for teams to take a good hard look at themselves and decide if they will be buyers or sellers this year!
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) November 30, 2014
The Phoenix Fire reportedly had a deal on the table that would have sent future Hall of Famer and ULB Career Home Runs leader Ken Payne to the Playoff hopeful Charlotte Eagles.
“There was an offer made that was denied, and the Fire came back with another offer about a half hour before the deadline” says an unnamed source in the Fire’s Front Offices.
“Then he hung up on us. McNeal didn’t know what he had said to make it happen. Then he didn’t return our calls. We were baffled.”
According to an insider in Charlotte, GM Kevin Parlett’s phone died while he was commuting to dinner. He sent a text later saying ‘Sorry, Phone Died. Wish I woulda…”
Phoenix Fire Closer Brad Lidge has been traded to their cross division Rivals, the St. Paul Saints. Lidge’s contract demands were reportedly too much for Fire GM Rich McNeal and owner Shane MacMahon.
“We would have liked to have kept Brad in our bullpen, but as the season progressed, it was clear this was not in the cards. We wish Brad Lidge all the best in his future endeavors.” said Shane McMahon.
Lidge was sent to the Saints in exchange for 21 year old closer Wes Hardy. The Fire also sent $1,000,000 in the deal. Saints GM Ace Cooan was happy to acquire the fireball throwing closer at a reduced price for the final months leading up to a hopeful playoff run. Lidge currently has 20 saves in 41 games, and a 1.58 ERA.
ULB Trade Deadline is Tonight! 7:30PM EST! Get on Hall and make some deals happen or forever hold your peace! (Well, until the offseason!)
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) September 17, 2014