Category: Bree

Cheese Bingo Miller to Miss Year

Wednesday, March 19th, 2042
Bree has lost reliever Bingo Miller for at least 12 months. He was hurt in a game against the Archers while throwing a pitch and sustained a torn ulnar collateral ligament. His doctors said Miller will probably be out the rest of the year.

Ettincrawler Shows Up to Camp…Different

Monday, March 3rd, 2042
Ettincrawler laughs when asked about his weight loss, “The first thing one of the boys asked is – where’s the rest of you? And you know, he had a point.”

Over the last several months, Suuggek Ettincrawler was working out harder, more often and more diligently than he ever had in his life and the results are obvious. Said the Bree Cheese center fielder, “I haven’t literally lost a ton but I sure feel like I have.”

It is widely expected that the 30 year old Ettincrawler will see a lot better results on the field. Said one anonymous scout, “Suuggek has always been an amazing athlete held back by his weight. With this change, I think he is in store to have a career year.”

Bree Announces Deal for Veteran RF

Monday, January 6th, 2042
Bree fans could barely contain their jubilation as Fastolph Baggins, considered one of the best at his position, opted to sign with the club.

The deal, estimated at $115,200,000 over 4 years, is seen as a master stroke for the general manager’s office.

Lifetime Baggins has compiled a .306 batting average and collected 1392 hits, 250 home runs and 789 RBIs.

$6,880,000 Lands SP the Thinker for Cheese

Tuesday, December 24th, 2041
The Bree Cheese presented a battle-hardened Geagast the Thinker to the local press corps today as their latest signing. The 34-year-old starting pitcher sealed a 2-year deal worth $6,880,000 mere hours before the formal introduction.

During his career the Thinker’s won-lost record is 34 wins and 37 losses with a 4.83 ERA. He has limited other teams to a .262 average.

Old Forest Advances to Return of the King Series

Thursday, October 24th, 2041
The Return of the King Series hopes remain strong for the Old Forest Merry Fellows.

The team tonight eliminated the Bree Cheese with a 5-2 win, to capture the Two Towers Series 4-1.

“We’re rolling now,” said Giden Eladriewen, who was named series MVP. “The pitchers are pitching, hitters are hitting, look out. I expect us to pick our game up to another level in the Return of the King Series.”

The standout offensive performance from Eladriewen included a .350 batting average, .458 on-base percentage, 2 home runs, 3 RBI and 6 runs scored.

The Old Forest Merry Fellows don’t know who they will face in the next round. They will play the winner of the Isengard Raiders – Misty Mountain Hops series. Isengard leads the series 3 games to 2. The Return of the King Series schedule will be announced after the Two Towers Series finishes.

Almost There: Old Forest On Cusp of Triumph After 8-3 Win

Riding the 2-hit performance of right fielder Vogush Elephantdicer, the Old Forest Merry Fellows got a road win against the Bree Cheese, 8-3, in Game 4 of the Two Towers Series today. Elephantdicer went 2-3 with 2 singles and a walk. He drove in 3 runs for the Merry Fellows, who now lead the best-of-7 series, 3 games to 1.

Elephantdicer provided the big break for the Merry Fellows in the top of the eighth inning. With the bases loaded, he drew a walk, driving in 1 run, helping Old Forest to get the win.

“It feels good to get this one,” Elephantdicer told the Old Forest Daily.

Eladriewen Blasts Cheese, Merry Fellows Take Game 3, 5-0

When the games really matter, the Old Forest Merry Fellows put on their best show, beating the Bree Cheese by a final score of 5-0 today. Giden Eladriewen earned player of the game honors, as he hit 2 home runs, while scoring 3 times and driving in 3. Old Forest now leads Bree 2-1 in the best-of-7 affair.

Eladriewen’s key contribution came in the top of the first when he sent a 3-0 fastball into right for a 2-run home run. It put the Merry Fellows ahead, 2-0.

“It takes a lot of things to win a ballgame,” said Old Forest manager Thigol Elruldor. “It’s usually not just one thing.”

Millstone, Merry Fellows Wallop Cheese in Game 2 of Two Towers

In a crucial game, the Old Forest Merry Fellows put on their best show, beating the Bree Cheese by a final score of 8-0 today. David Millstone earned player of the game honors, as he hit 2 home runs. He drove in 3 runs and scored twice. Old Forest and Bree are now tied at 1 wins apiece in the best-of-7 affair.

The game turned with one out in the bottom of the fifth when Millstone hit a 2-run home run. It propelled the Merry Fellows into the lead, 2-0.

“Good baseball players make you a smarter manager,” said Old Forest manager Thigol Elruldor.

Merry Fellows *Hubbard, Jr. Suffers Injury

Saturday, October 19th, 2041
Alrond *Hubbard, Jr. is doubtful to finish the playoffs this year, according to sources within the Old Forest organization. Although the injury was initially thought to be not serious, tests have revealed the player will be out up to 3 weeks with an oblique strain. The 18-year-old right fielder suffered the injury throwing the ball in a recent game against the Bree Cheese.

This season *Hubbard, Jr. is hitting .395 with 46 home runs.

Merry Fellows Hammered by Anulinde, Drop Game 1 to Cheese

The Bree Cheese started the Two Towers Series in style today, winning on the road against the Old Forest Merry Fellows at Shire Greens Stadium by a score of 6-3 to take an early 1-0 lead in the best-of-7 series. Cheese first baseman Mororon Anulinde was named player of the game after he went 3 for 5 with a home run and 2 singles. He scored 2 runs and drove in 2.

The Cheese took a 2-1 lead in the top of the fourth inning. Facing Old Forest hurler Vasanthi Brodrick with no outs, Anulinde hit a 2-run home run.

“We lost,” Old Forest manager Thigol Elruldor said later. “We’ll deal with it. The series isn’t over.”