Category: Dol Guldur

SP Elondir Signs on with Dol Guldur

Tuesday, January 20th, 2037
The Dragons and Phailla Elondir reached an accord earlier today which brings the starting pitcher to town for 2 years.

Elondir will pocket $16,200,000 total and is widely expected to contribute significantly to the club’s playoff drive.

Elondir has a career won-loss record of 81 wins and 88 losses with 995 strikeouts in 1556 innings and a 4.28 ERA.

Dol Guldur Makes Big Splash in Free Agency: Signs SS

Sunday, January 18th, 2037
Talk of a deal between Dol Guldur and Ferdinand Roper came together today as the two sides inked a deal worth $11,800,000 over 2 years.

Roper is highly regarded around Tolkien Baseball for his talents and is expected to add that extra spark to the Dragons roster.

In 957 games, Roper is a lifetime .261 hitter. He has knocked in 328 runs, scored 343 times, hit 42 home runs, walked 381 times and has an on-base percentage of .339.

Veteran SP the Goblin Killer Settles on Dragons

Friday, January 16th, 2037
There was a buzz in the air today as news broke of Dol Guldur finalizing a deal with star starting pitcher Grort the Goblin Killer.

The deal, worth an estimated $14,800,000 over 2 years, is being hailed by media analysts and could be a popular one with the Dol Guldur fans. The consensus is that the Goblin Killer will contribute a lot to the team.

the Goblin Killer has gone 127-110 with an ERA of 3.84 in his career, piling up 1635 strikeouts in 2119.2 innings pitched.

$2,440,000 Lands CF Pelham for Dragons

Wednesday, January 14th, 2037
Dragons officials hailed the signing of Gavin Pelham as “an integral piece to our championship puzzle,” though fans were somewhat more reserved about the signing.

Pelham will pocket $2,440,000 over 1 year.

Pelham has a lifetime average of .279, has played in 520 games, and has collected 28 home runs and 179 RBIs.

Norman *Xanatos Gets Hit Number 2000

Wednesday, June 11th, 2036
Norman *Xanatos was bubbling over with joy, celebrating his 2000th hit in the Dol Guldur 5-1 victory over the Eagles at Dol Guldur Stadium.

“I learned what hard work, focus, dedication, and opportunity can do. This is how it pays off.”

The 32-year-old catcher achieved that milestone with 3 hits in 5 at-bats to join the exclusive 2000-hit club.

His manager said, “Norman plays the same every day and every inning — with all his heart. That’s why he’s such a special player.”

In his 1609-game career *Xanatos is batting .330 with 100 doubles, 31 triples, 408 home runs and 1077 RBIs. He has stolen 137 bases and scored 1152 times.