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  1. August 24th, 2003 What started as a day of excitement at Skydome quickly turned into a day to forget as the Blue Jays lost 17-2 to the Oakland A's Luckily for me I did not forget.
  2. From the computer lab at the local library. Meetings are to be whispered, or they’ll revoke their library card
  3. Coozeland: We have every type of STD your heart could desire.
  4. Thanks for the comments! I hope you enjoy this series. Thanks! Big fan of your work! Big stuff planned for this thread. Today i have a short post as i'm still seeing if anyone else has any C&C, and i want to give people time to find a team to support before the season. 162 games for each team: 19 home, 19 away against division opponents 19 x 2 x 3 = 114. 6 home 6 road games against each inter division rivals. 6 x 2 x 4 = 48. 114+48=162. Notable Rule Differences: DH is enforced universally Only Managers are allowed to argue with umpires Pitchers must warm up before entering a game so there is no breaks All Star Game: The First All Star game will be held on July 12th at AHO Bank Stadium in Naymore Logo: 1957 Preseason: The ABL is set to start its inaugural season. START DATE: April,1st,1957 FIRST GAME: Carson City Aces vs Naymore Pythons 7:10 first pitch Uniform Preview: Every single team has new uniforms to start the season. Next Up: 1957 Regular Season and Postseason REMEMBER TO CHOOSE YOUR TEAM BEFORE THE SEASON STARTS.
  5. Naymore, Acadia, Lawington "The liberal city that's half Lawingtinian, half Alugian" Population: City: 2,215,782 Metro: 5,540,070 Climate: Humid Subtropical Time Zone: UTC +6 Major Sports Teams: 5 State: Acadia The Naymore Pythons: Established in 1957: Once Again, Designs Are simple right now but things will get crazy in the 60s onwards. The Python Dome Next Up: League Structure C&C always welcome as always.
  6. Kormento, Calidonia, Lawington "The Conservative Capital of Lawington" Population: City: 1,254,564 Metro: 3,515,636 Climate: Humid Subtropical (Mountain) Time Zone: UTC +6 Major Sports Teams: 2 State: Calidonia The Kormento Rippers: Established in 1957 Classic and simple for Koremento (Guess what MLB has part ownership) AHO Bank Stadium Next Up: Naymore Pythons
  7. Chrito, Aequalitar, Alugia "Working Class, Down to earth people, and chilly winters define the city that God forgot" Population: City: 851,541 Metro: 1,576,389 Climate: Humid Continental Time Zone: UTC +6 Major Sports Teams: 2 State: Aequalitar Chrito Blizzard: Established in 1957 Primary Logo Home Road Trent Steel Stadium (Chrito Docks) Currently the smallest ballpark in the league, TSS has a single deck down the lines, a small porch and a residential building in right field. The most defining feature of TSS would be the large crane in left field that serves the Chrito Docks. It is often light up at night in Blizzard Blue. Thanks guys for the comments i really appreciate them. I look forward to starting the story on Friday after Naymore and Kormento are posted. Next Up: Kormento and Naymore
  8. So unfortunately for the other 4 Alugian/Lawington teams i dont have any pictures of their cities, but rather just their stadiums Here is Carson City, Carson, Lawington "Eastern Lawingtons Economic center for Business and Finance" Population: City: 2,070,512 Metro: 6,346,345 Climate: Humid Subtropical (Mountain) Time Zone: UTC +6 Major Sports Teams: 4 State: Carson The Carson City Aces: Established in 1957 Primary Logo Home Uni Road Uni Pepsi Presents Aces Ballpark (PPAB) Standard Double Decked stadium down the lines, Famous Hedges enclosing the ballpark trimmed to spell ACES (Look Closely in Left Field), Large Team logo serves as the batting eye, and is beside the Aces Social Club. Great view of the Akembi Mountains in the back. Next Up: Chrito and the Blizzard.
  9. Pharos – Shouts and cheers were heard in the streets in Pharos on Friday as the 4th and final franchise from Coosland admitted into the ABL went to Pharos. Today the team announced its official name and its branding. The “Kings” was the winning entry from a ‘name-the-team’ contest that had over 25,000 entries. “Pharos is nicknamed the King City, so the name ‘Kings’ does not only represent the City of Pharos, but also the people, and the culture as well” Explained Brad Kamaka, president of the Pharos Sports Group. The team also announced its official colours today, selecting black and gold after much thought. “Yes we know that it’s different from traditional baseball colours, but we feel we are setting a new standard for teams across the world” added Kamaka. Pharos will have the longest travel time out of any of the other 3 Cooslandic teams announced, but Mr. Kamaka doesn’t see that as a problem. “We have a nice Airport” he joked with reporters. (Pharos Free Press, February 28th 1957) Kings Ballpark: The Logo & Unis Remember; Designs are simple for now but will get more intricate in the 60s. Next Up: Carson City and Chrito (Lawington/U.T.A)
  10. Pharos, Coracao "The King City rises out of Central Coosland, and is the regions powerhouse in Commerce and Education" Population: City: 2,382,254 Metro: 5,954,845 Climate: Tropical Plains Time Zone: UTC +9 Major Sports Teams: 4 State: Coracao Downtown Pharos Iconic to the city is the Flanders Skyscrapers; Which serves both as a tower and a bridge. A typical Pharos Suburb Next Up: The Pharos Kings
  11. AEQUALIS – The ABL announced its most recent expansion to the Nation’s Capital today in front of over 1000 screaming fans. The Aequalis Senators will start their life in the Great Cooslandic Ballpark located 10 km south of downtown Aequalis. The ownership group mostly consisted of high ranking politicians, but the majority is owned by Mr. Fred Trezka, who is the current C.E.O of Dairy Moon Milk. Mr. Trezka will also overtake the GM role of the team, and the Senators are prepared to face off against familiar foes such as Tosaga and Ocon City starting in April. (The Aequalis Sun, February 20th, 1957) Great Cooslandic Ball Park: Here are the senators: (Note: I know the uniforms are a little boring to start off with, but its 1957 so the design is appropriate for the decade. I promise things will get more interesting) Next Up: Pharos; The Kings City.
  12. On to the Capital of Coosland. AEQUALIS, FEDERAL DISTRICT Population: City: 1,782,254 Metro: 3,954,845 Climate: Tropical Forest Time Zone: UTC +10 Major Sports Teams: 3 State: Federal District Downtown Aequalis Government Building Coosland Monument (Similar to Washington DC) Next Up: Aequalis Senators
  13. OCON CITY – Ocon City now has a ball club playing in the newly form ABL thanks to local business man Patrick Ocon. Descendant of the British Explorer Lee Ocon, Patrick is the current C.E.O and owner of Loco Enterprises, and is listed as the 4th most wealthiest man in Coosland. The team name was announced Thursday as the “Ocon City Stars”, not just for Ocon City’s amazing observatories, but also for the large number of celebrities that can be seen in an around the city. “We think this name represents the city as a whole, and we are excited to get this thing started” said Mr. Ocon when asked why he chose the name. He also announced that ground has broken on a new stadium in Downtown Ocon City set to be ready for opening day 1957. Tickets will be available at a later date closer to the beginning of the season. (City Express, January 5th 1956) Loco Stadium (Cliffgrove & Clements) Outside Now their logos and uniforms for 1957 Primary Alt/cap Home Road: Next Up: Aequalis: the Capital