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2016 Record 13-7
Mavericks
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3rd Place Cascadia Division

2016 Roster

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Ryan Balzer - 14

Aaron Brandt 3

Tyler Burnett  7

Joshua Combs 6

Mike Ferrara 8

Adam Fletcher 27

Ian MacDougall 18

Quinn McLafferty - 22

Chance Miles 26

Logwone Mitz - 34

Jared Nelson - 1

Andrew Petersen 13

Andre Rauch - 25

Austin Ruffner 15

Cam Wachs 5

Jason Wilson 19

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Jessie Callaway catcher

Matt Ellenberger 36

Kurt Henning
Hayden Miller 11
 
Carlos White 30

Troy Bacon

Eric Zimmerman 6 OF

Bill Rowe - 55 1B, P, OF

John Oppenhimer - 17 Inf OF

Duncan MacDougall - 16  2B

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2016 Roster 7/21
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Ryan Balzer - 14 OF
Aaron Brandt 3 C 3B
Tyler Burnett 7 P, OF, 3B
Joshua Combs OF 2
Mike Ferrara P 2B
Adam Fletcher P U 27
Ian MacDougall 18 P, OF
Quinn McLafferty - 22 OF, P
Chance Miles 26 1B OF
Hayden Miller 11 Inf C

Logwone Mitz - 34 OF
Jared Nelson - 1 IF OF
Andrew Petersen LP 13
Andre Rauch - 25 P OF
Austin Ruffner 15 - LP OF
Cam Wachs 5 - P OF
Jason Wilson 19



Subs
Troy Bacon
John Matz 32
Carlos White 30

Nick Kaarhus 4 3B 2B OF
Duncan MacDougall - INF
Tony Torcato - 35 1B DH
John Oppenhimer - 17 INF
Bill Rowe - 55  P,1B, OF

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Jousha Combs
Josh Hagge - OF
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Sundance Film Review: ‘The Battered Bastards of Baseball’
If you love baseball, or if you just enjoy a joyous, hilarious and inspiring story (albeit profanity-laced), then check out “The Battered Bastards of Baseball” on Netflix. It’s a 2014 documentary about the Portland Mavericks, an independent Class A minor-league baseball team founded in 1973 by Bing Russell — a retired actor who played Deputy Clem on “Bonanza” for 13 years. He is the dad of Kurt Russell, of “Tombstone” fame, who also played for the team as a young man and contributes heavily to the film. Russell jokes that his dad, who was a true showman, was killed 126 times on camera.

After “Bonanza” was canceled, Bing was out of a job and decided to start the team. And what a team of pot-bellied, beer-swilling, cigarette-smoking misfits they were! Russell held open tryouts to pick his players for what was the only minor league team in America not affiliated with a major league team. That means its players were almost certainly never going to make it to the big leagues. But it also meant Portland fans actually identified with the players, because they weren’t called up after a few months. The players stuck around. Fans nearly filled the cavernous stadium, setting attendance records for short-season minor-league baseball.

The Mavericks gave the fans plenty of reasons to return to the ballpark. This motley crew relied on speed and strong defense to beat the other teams in the Northwest League — who had nicer uniforms and flatter bellies. The Mavericks won the division title four straight seasons with a crew that included Jim Bouton. He was the former Yankee knuckleball pitcher who was ostracized after writing “Ball Four,” which exposed the seamier side of the game — drug use, womanizing and other unseemly behavior.

After its publication, no team would touch Bouton. He retired and took up acting. Five years later, he was playing with the Mavericks where he went 5-1 in his only season there. That prompted Ted Turner to sign him to pitch for the Atlanta Braves. Bouton is also semi-famous for taking a concoction invented by fellow Mavericks pitcher Rob Nelson — a bubblegum alternative to chewing tobacco — to the Wrigley company. And thus was born Big League Chew.

Russell kept 30 players on the roster, much higher than other teams, because he believed some players deserved a final chance to play ball. The team’s speedy outfielder, Reggie Thomas, later was rumored to be an FBI informant. He disappeared in 1984 and hasn’t been seen since. Pitcher Larry Colton quit teaching English to join the Mavericks. Five years earlier, he had made it to the big leagues for two innings. Colton later wrote a number of books, including one nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Then-batboy Todd Field, who contributes some of the film’s funniest and wittiest lines, grew up to become an acclaimed actor, screenwriter and director.

After five seasons, Major League Baseball had enough of being upstaged by Russell and his motley Mavericks. The league took back its territory and brought back a Class AAA team.

Portland fans were left only with fond memories of a team that kept a dog in the dugout, who would be allowed to wander out in the field if the Maverick’s pitcher needed a rest. Utility infielder JoGarza, would run around the stadium with a broom as the team “swept” its opponents.

“Battered Bastards” depicts a magical time in baseball, guys playing for $400 a month for fans who showed up in droves. And a grand time was had by all.

 
2014
HOME OF THE PORTLAND
STUMPTOWN MAVERICKS BASEBALL CLUB
2014 Third Place Division Finish
2013 Third Place Willamette Division City Play Offs

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22 games with double elimination series

Games played most likely 1 weeknight  and 1 weekend slot per week

Games played in Portland at Walker & Sckavone Stadiums, Volcanoes Stadium in Keizer, Luke Jensen in Vancouver, Beaverton HS, Wilsonville HS Turf

Mavericks fee is $300 due 4/15 or (PayPal gives 6 month terms) + Hat.  The is jersey provided and returned end of season   Season start 4/26 ends mid-August

 

 

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2014 Player Contract

 We are gearing up for the 2014 Summer season! 

 We need pitchers, catchers and players who can play any position.
You have to believe your the best and play like you think.....
Players who play to win.
Players who put sportsmanship on and off the field fist.
Players who will give back to the Portland Community.
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Are you a High School or College player that will graduate this year with a passion for playing baseball and your not ready to take off the cleats and hang up your glove?  Well get a Wood Bat, put the cleats back on and continue to play baseball next Summer 2014 in the Northwest Independent Baseball League.  Play on one of the 16 teams next summer.  You can continue playing competitive wood bat baseball, make new friends, network with league players, coaches, and managers.
 
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If you live in  any of these cities call about being placed on a team. If you played Baseball in Australia, England, Canada, Netherlands, Latin America, Cuba, South Africa, England, China, Japan, Mexico, Taiwan, Korea come out .

Mid Willamette Valley

Albany, Amity, Aurora, Brooks, Canby, , Corvallis, Coburg, Cottage Grove, Creswell, Dallas, Dayton, Dundee, Falls City, Gates, Gervais, Halsey, Harrisburg, Independence, Jefferson, Junction City, Keizer, Lebanon, Lowell, Lyons, McMinnville, Mill City, Molalla, Newberg, Oakridge, Salem, Scio, Sheridan, Silverton, Springfield, Stayton, St. Paul, Sublimity, Tangerit, Veneta, Waterloo, Willamina, Woodburn, Yamhill
Portland and Vicinity

Banks, Barlow, Beaverton, Camas, Canby, Clackamas, Clatskanie, Columbia City, Cornelius, Forest Grove, Gaston, Gresham, Happy Valley, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, Marquam, Milwaukie, Molalla, North Plains, Oregon City, Portland, Rainier, Sandy, Scappoose, St. Helens, Tigard, Troutdale, Tualatin, Vernonia, West Linn, Wilsonville, TUALATIN HILLS
Southwest Washington Cities

Aberdeen, Battle Ground, Camas, Castle Rock, Cathlamet, Central Park, Centralia, Chehalis, Chinook, Cosmopolis, Elma, Ilwaco, Kelso, Kalama, Long Beach, Longview, McCleary, Montesano, Nahcotta, Naselle, Oakville, Ocean Park, Ocean Shores, Pe Ell, Raymond, Salkum, Seaview, Silverlake, Skamokawa, South Bend, Tokeland, Vancouver, Westport, Winlock, Woodland