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San Angelo Colts

San Angelo Colts
League United League Baseball (2013–present)
Location San Angelo, Texas
Ballpark Foster Field
Year founded 2000
League championships 1 (2002)
Former league(s)
Colors Maroon, silver, white
Ownership Reunion Sports Group
Manager Doc Edwards
Media San Angelo Standard-Times
Website .com.sanangelocoltswww

The San Angelo Colts are a professional baseball team based in San Angelo, Texas, in the United States. The Colts are a member of United League Baseball, an independent professional league which is not affiliated with Major League Baseball or Minor League Baseball. From the 2000 season to the present, the Colts have played their home games at Foster Field.

The team has experienced declining attendance in recent years and announced on July 2, 2014 that it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.[1] Although it was stated at the time that operations would not be affected, the team announced on August 11, 2014 that the final 8 games of the 2014 season would not be played.[2]

Contents

  • Team Record 1
  • Current roster 2
  • All-Stars 3
    • Players 3.1
    • Coaches 3.2
  • Historical use of the name 4
  • Notes 5
  • External links 6

Team Record

Season W L Win % Result
2000 69 43 .616 Wild Card
2001 49 47 .510 Wild Card
2002 50 46 .521 Central Baseball League Champions
2003 47 48 .495
2004 36 58 .383
2005 46 47 .495 Wild Card
2006 46 44 .511 Wild Card
2007 44 50 .468
2008 55 29 .651 Regular Season Champions
2009 48 32 .600 Regular Season Champions
2010 46 45 .505
2011 52 36 .591 Regular Season Champions
2012 51 45 .531
2013 39 40 .494
2014 33 39 .458

Current roster


All-Stars

Players

2000

  • Gabe Duross, 1B
  • Guy Giuffre, DH
  • Toby McDermott, LHP
  • Chad Tredaway, 3B

2001

  • Manny Lopez, OF
  • Will Roland, SS
  • Franklin Taveras, Utility

2002

  • Mike Kirkpatrick, OF
  • Marc Mirizzi, SS
  • Nestor Smith, OF
  • Gilbert Landestoy P

2006

  • John Anderson, IF
  • Brian Baker, OF
  • Kevin Bass, DH
  • Jason Crosland, IF
  • Adam Hanson, RHP
  • Brantley Jordan, LHP
  • Tony Sanguinetti, C

2007

  • Josh Allan, C
  • Stephen Artz, RHP
  • Jason Crosland, 1B
  • Ronnie Gaines, OF
  • Andres Rodriguez, 3B
  • Chace Vacek, RHP
  • Madison Edwards, OF

2008

  • Bryan Frichter, OF
  • Luke Massetti, RHP
  • Andres Rodriguez, 1B
  • Jose Torres, OF

Coaches

2000-2001

2006

  • Doc Edwards, Manager

2008-2009

  • Doc Edwards, Manager

Historical use of the name

The original San Angelo Colts played in the Class D West Texas League in 1922. The team had started out as the San Angelo Bronchos the year before.

In 1948, another team using the Colts name began play in the Longhorn League. When the league changed names to the Southwestern League in 1956, the Colts stayed on board, but folded before the start of the 1957 season.

The Colts have been a part of independent baseball since 2000 with the Texas-Louisiana League (2000-2001), Central Baseball League (2002-2005), United League Baseball (2006-2010) and North American League (2011-2012).

Notes

  1. ^ "SAN ANGELO COLTS: Colts file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy - San Angelo Standard Times". gosanangelo.com. 2014-07-02. Retrieved 2014-08-13. 
  2. ^ "Colts bankruptcy update". gosanangelo.com. 2014-08-11. Retrieved 2014-08-13. 

External links

  • San Angelo Colts website
  • Official United League Baseball site
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