Allison Simpson (2B, CF, RF) $1,500,00/3 years (rookie salary cap)
An athlete cut from the cloth of Bo Jackson, Ali is looking to crack the SOD lineup in her first full year
of ball. An intense competitor, she should bring strong leadership skills and a fierce will to win to the
SOD squad. Playing alongside her older sister and mentor should no doubt provide some comfort for
Ali as she faces the intense scrutiny that comes when you don the SOD jersey.
Bryan Auge (P, RF) $9,000,000/2 years
Widely regarded as the main cog in the SOD wheel, the BA is the complete package. Referred to as
the “Cy Young of the Arctic Circle”, he pitched the SOD into the history books as they won their 2nd title
in 4 years. Known to hit for average, Bryan is also a force at to be reckoned with at all SOD social
functions. Unfortunately, with this abundance of skill comes some emotional baggage and Bryan is at
odds with SOD management regarding his current contract. Expect this holdout to cause him to miss
at the first few weeks of the season.
Caelly Simpson (C, LF, 3B) $2,000,000/3years
Poised for a breakout season, this feisty young lady has been one of the true success stories out of
the SOD’s farm system over the past few years. Having put in her time playing in the SOD’s
Broughton Island AAA system, Caelly has made the most of her opportunity to play in the bigs. She
has proven to be one of the teams best on the basepaths and is known to stretch a bloop single into a
stand up triple. Be sure to buy up stock in her now!
Cory Taylor (CF, SS) $25,000/10 day contract
Though technically a “rookie” callup from the Annapolis Valley farm system, Cory Taylor is anything
but your typical rookie. At age 38 he promises to be the oldest SOD in recorded history. In what
promises to be his last shot at the big leagues, Cory has drawn comparisons to Crash Davis and Jake
Taylor. If he wants to secure a place on the SOD roster he will have to make an immediate impact
with the club.
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