San José Bees Representing SJMSBL in Vegas Open
The San José Bees will be representing the SJMSBL in the upcoming Las Vegas Open in Las Vegas, May 28-30. The Bees, led by John Pardo (Royals) and Aaron Parker (Marlins), will be looking to build upon their semi-final finish in Palm Springs, as well as preparing for future tournaments: Best of the West in Davis, September 3-5 and the World Series in Arizona, October 17-22.
San José Bees Come Up Short at Desert Classic
The San José Bees came up short in the semi-finals of the 2016 Palm Springs Desert Classic, losing to eventual tournament winner Club Mexico. The Bees finished the tournament with a 4-1 record.
For the Bees first tournament together as a group, led by Aaron Parker and John Pardo, the Bees represented the SJMSBL in good fashion. The Bees had fun and look forward to winning future tournaments in Vegas, Woodland and Arizona.
Giants Win 16th Division Championship
The 2015 Giants completed a remarkable comeback from a horrible 0-5 start to the season in winning their 16th division championship. After losing their first five games the Giants entered the month of June in last place. Then the team won 14 of their final 15 games to finish the regular season 14-6 to match the upstart Royals for best division record.
Then the Giants went undefeated in four playoff games to sweep their way to their 16th division title and finish the season with wins in 18 of their final 19 games leaving no doubt as to who was the best team was in the Dunn division.
Yankees Repeat for 2015 Ettare Division Championship
In 2014, the San José Yankees ended 26 years of frustration and finally broke through with their first league championship in the team's history. Luckily for the Yankees, the wait for title number 2 would not be nearly as long. Building off of the foundation of a championship team, Manager José Mendoza reinforced the squad with the addition of key rookies who would all turn out to play crucial roles in the team's 2015 championship run.
Twins Sweep Their Way To 2015 Nicewonger Division Championship
This year the Twins left nothing to chance. Kyle Madej's bunch of stalwarts posted 12-2 and 9-3 victories over the San Jose Angels to win their first Nicewonger division championship.