Wolf Industries and the management team would like to officially congratulate the Shadow Wolves on their first ten game winning streak in Boise. Earlier in the season saw the Shadow Wolves lose ten straight, and it looked like this season was going to be a step back for the franchise. Now with just over forty games left in the regular season, Boise is playing some of the best ball in franchise history to the delight of the owners and fans alike. Early season call-ups Santiago Martin and Victor Flores have made a big impression, and are partly responsible for the turnaround. The pitching staff as well has picked up their game in recent weeks, and Boise is now in the hunt for a wildcard spot.
The Shadow Wolves also recently traded away sophmore SS Alex Suh and prospect James Tamura to New Orleans. The fans were sad to see Suh go and were looking forward to seeing Tamura try to crack the big league roster in spring training next year, but 26 year old Don Wang coming into Boise has added weight to the bullpen for years to come. He's looked great on the mound in the seven games he's already appeared in, and Boise couldn't pass up this opportunity to add him to the team. With SS Naruda ready to make the jump to the bigs next year and SS Dennis Huang also looking for a spot on the roster, and the minors being a little thin on strong set-up pitchers, this deal made sense for both teams. We wish Suh and Tamura all the luck in New Orleans, and welcome Wang to the Shadow Wolves with open arms.
Good Luck to the Shadow Wolves down the stretch, and the fans and management team are looking forward to seeing them continue to improve.
Thank you from Wolf Industries and the Shadow Wolves management team.