Category: Minas Morgul

Slayers Tobi Headstrong Will Miss Season

Wednesday, April 29th, 2037
The season is finished for Tobi Headstrong of the Minas Morgul Slayers. The club announced today that he will forego the rest of the year because of injury. The Slayers starting pitcher suffered a torn rotator cuff while throwing a pitch in a recent game against the Dagorlad Disaster. Team doctors said it would take at least 10 months to heal.

In 5 starts this season Headstrong has gathered no wins while suffering 3 losses. He has pitched 31.1 innings, allowed 24 hits, struck out 26 and has a 3.45 ERA.

RP James Pennypacker Hurt

Sunday, March 8th, 2037
When Minas Morgul reliever James Pennypacker was taken out of the game, the crowd at the Slayers-Disaster game went silent as they could tell that it was a serious injury. That was confirmed today by doctors when they revealed that Pennypacker had sustained a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament and will be out for about 7 months.

CL Rowan Hill Out

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2037
A blow for Rowan Hill today — team doctors confirmed he will miss 6-7 months with shoulder inflammation. Hill suffered the injury throwing a pitch. Although officials from the Minas Morgul Slayers are confident he’ll make a full recovery, doubts will persist about Hill’s ability to return fully fit with an injury of this nature.

Minas Morgul Inks Star RP to $8,800,000 Deal

Thursday, January 15th, 2037
Rumors of a deal between James Pennypacker and Minas Morgul finally bore fruit today as the two sides faced a packed press corps. Slayers officials looked very pleased as they outlined the terms of the new deal.

Pennypacker will earn $2,933,333 per year for 3 years. He is expected to be a solid addition to his new club.

During his career Pennypacker has appeared in 243 games, logging 507.2 innings with 419 strikeouts. He has carved out a 3.42 ERA with 32 wins and 20 losses and posted 8 saves.

Minas Morgul Wins SS the Story-teller Sweepstakes

Tuesday, December 30th, 2036
The Slayers today announced that they have come to terms with Nazbag the Story-teller, a 34-year-old shortstop they’ve been scouting for a while.

the Story-teller will earn $10,666,666 a year over 3 years and is expected to play a key role with the club.

In a career spanning 1550 games, the Story-teller has batted .295 with 1691 hits, 114 home runs, 746 RBIs, and 911 runs scored.