Bluehawks

Bluehawks
Team Manager: Fred Estes
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Team Coach: Fred Estes

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Owner/GM/Head Coach: Justin Brooks (3rd season)

Assistant Coach: Fred Estes / Assistant Coach: Curtis Nobles

Primary Sponsor: Lionheart Pub

2015 Finish: 17-7 League/ 25-10 Overall

The Bluehawks enter their 6th year as an ATL franchise (82-38 league record in 6 seasons) with the hopes of improving on the most successful season in team history.  The Bluehawks are coming off a season where they captured the AABC North Atlantic Regional title in dramatic fashion to advance to their first ever AABC Stan Musial World Series.  The Hawks went on to win their first three games in the World Series and finished runner-up (4-2) after losing by one run in the championship game. 

The Hawks will return to action in 2015 with nearly all the players from their 2014 World Series team along with a few key additions.  Among the offensive returners for this upcoming season include Fred Estes, Nick Polsinelli, Ryan Gauck, and Andrew Stanton, who each earned All Star awards for 2014.  Also helping lead the way offensively will be former league All-Stars Max Keado and Curtis Nobles, as well as Matt Molbury, Nick Papas, Bob Peluso, Marc Peluso, and AJ Ragone.

The Bluehawks pitching staff will return southpaw Justin Brooks who earned his 3rd All-Star selection in 2014.  Former All-Star Austin Chase will be back on the mound for the Hawks in 2015, along with fellow starters Mike Nowak and John Rooney who each had strong seasons in 2014.  The Hawks have also added league star CJ Sohl who will be looked upon to help lead the pitching staff back to the postseason in 2015.   Pitchers Ethan Selby, Brian Poland, and newcomer Brian Sheridan will all be called upon for key outs this season. 

GM/Head Coach Justin Brooks enters his 2nd season leading the Bluehawks as well as his 7th as a player.  The Hawks look to capture their 2nd league title (2013 ATL League Champions) in 2015 while on their way back to the AABC World Series.