Rudy on the basepath.
Pebbles entered season 15 with five seasons under his belt. He was the full-time center fielder for three of those seasons, during which time he only committed 11 errors. More importantly, he's amassed over 300 hits with a batting average over .400 every season he's started aside from season 13 when he recorded a mere 279 hits with only a .383 batting average. Is that all you got, Rudy?
He's never hit more than 20 home runs in a single season during his career, but power was never the focal point of his game. Getting on base is good, but Pebbles steals them, too. He had 144 stolen bases and was caught stealing 73 times, good for a 66% success rate. Not too shabby, Rudy.
Just another uncontested steal in front of no fans.
The season began inauspiciously enough as the Crimson Giants lost their first two series. No one believed a team cobbled together at the last moment could ever succeed, but they didn't count on Rudy. He started hitting and the team started winning. Beyond all odds, the team continued to win as Rudy led them to victory, day after day and night after night. He eventually recorded career highs in batting average (.440), on-base percentage (.489), hits (336), and stolen bases (77). His batting average was great enough to lead the league and take the tier B batting title.
Now the regular season is over and the Crimson Giants ended with a record of 99-61, earning them a wildcard spot. This team of misfits is going to the playoffs to face the top-seed Vancouver Rockies. The Rockies may have a better record, but don't be fooled, they actually lost a series against the Crimson Giants during the regular season.
Radbytrade is accepting contract offers. *burp*
Perhaps a prospective tier A team owner will read this article and realize they need an athletic left-handed center fielder on their team for next season like Rudy. If this is true, then just contact Rudy Pebbles' agent, radbytrade. He's always available, though you may have to let the phone ring a few times...