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Team:

 Kansas City Monarchs

GM:

 Willie Mays
YEAR RECORD FINISH POSTSEASON AVERAGE HOMERUNS STEALS WINS STRIKEOUTS SAVES
2002 86-76 4th 0-0 DNP Aurilia

.362

Aurilia

57

Pierre

28

2 tied

13

Kile

220

Mesa

23

2003 65-97 4th 0-0 DNP Klesko

.364

Klesko

50

Pierre

69

Wolf

14

Wolf

222

Mesa

25

2004 60-102 4th 0-0 DNP Edmonds

.313

Edmonds

45

2 tied

10

Millwood

19

Pettitte

219

Marte

30

2005 76-86 3rd 0-0 DNP

 Kotsay

.337

Teixeira

39

Crawford

85

Zambrano

12

Zambrano

160

Rodriguez

48

2006 96-66 2nd 6-6 RD2

Crawford

.280

Teixeira

33

Crawford

38

Myers

19

Johnson

226

Rodriguez

47

2007 108-54 1st 5-5 NLCS

Crawford

.328

Teixeira

32

Crawford

85

Halladay

22

Bedard

193

Rodriguez

43

TOTAL

491-481 .505 11-11 .500                        

Team Highlights:

  1. The New York Patriots are established in SPIBL's inaugural year (2002) by owner Mark Lentz.
  2. In 2003, owner Justin Peroli assumed ownership and renames team the New York Knights.
  3. Midseason in 2003, owner Rikki Magnanti assumed ownership.
  4. In 2004, Scott Sloan assumed ownership and renamed team the New York Trolley Dodgers.
  5. Prior to the 2005 season, Sloan relocated to Kansas City and changed team name to the Kansas City Monarchs.
  6. Two weeks into 2005 season, Sloan sells team to GM Willie Mays for an undisclosed amount.
  7. In 2005, the Monarchs finished 19 games out of first place.
  8. November 3, 2005 - SS Khalil Greene wins the 2005 NL Rookie of the Year Award.
  9. April 1, 2006 - The Monarchs are runner-up in the First Annual Preseason Classic, losing to the Anaheim Ants 4-3 in the finals.
  10. 2006 NL Wildcard Team (#5 seed)
  11. October 16, 2006 - The Monarchs are eliminated by the Toronto Sharpshooters (4-3) in the divisional playoffs, round two.
  12. 2007 NL CENTRAL DIVISION CHAMPIONS (#1 seed)
  13. November 5, 2007 - The Monarchs are eliminated by the Toronto Sharpshooters (4-1) in the NLCS.
 

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