The Compton Crips are one of the HOFL's most successful franchises, having played 26 seasons without a losing record. Here's a year-by-year breakdown for the team, showing draft picks, starting lineups, and box scores for Compton's most memorable games.

World Series pennant

2002, 2009 (2)

AA pennant

2002, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2020 (5)

AA West pennant

1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2020 (14)

ALWild Card

2001, 2018, 2019 (3)

2020 Draft Starters Games

105-63 (.625)

6.5 RF/G

5.2 RA/G

.602 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (38) - Barry Larkin

2 (86) - Rafael Betancourt

3 (134) - Johnny Bench

4 (182) - Francisco Rodriguez

6 (245) - Andy Seminick

7 (297) - Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

7 (326) - Greg Minton

C - Johnny Bench (1972)

1B - Albert Pujols (2008)

2B - Eddie Stanky (1950)

3B - Jose Bautista (2011)

SS - Alex Bregman (2019)

LF - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

CF - Fred Lynn (1975)

RF - Mookie Betts (2018)

DH - Sherry Magee (1910)


SP - Clay Buchholz (2013)

SP - Tim Hudson (2003)

SP - Jake Peavy (2007)

SP - Firpo Marberry (1929)

SP - Pat Hentgen (1996)

RP - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

RP - Heath Bell (2007)

RP - Juan Rincon (2004)

RP - Todd Jones (2005)

9/27/2020
Ryan Bowen takes an ugly victory over Mark's Margaritaville Fins in the exhibition Ryan Bowen Classic.


10/26/2020
In a highly anticipated Game 7 between two longtime AA West rivals, Jake Peavy pitches 8 strong, Jose Bautista hits a grand slam, and the Crips beat the Kilauea Fireballs to win the AA Championship and advance to the World Series against the Seattle Rainiers. It is Compton's first World Series appearance since their win in 2009.


11/8/2020
After going back and forth the whole World Series, the Crips lose to the Seattle Rainiers in a thrilling Game 9. Clay Buchholz pitches admirably on short rest and Johnny Bench is the offensive leader with a home run, but Seattle wins it with a string of hits in the bottom of the 11th.

2019 Draft Starters Games

99-69 (.589)

6.3 RF/G

5.1 RA/G

.597 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (38) - Curt Schilling (draft day deal)

2 (86) - Adrian Gonzalez (2011)

3 (86) - Clay Buchholz (2013)

4 (182) - Russell Martin (2014)

5 (230) - Joe Smith (2014)

6 (278) - Freddy Garcia (2001)

7 (326) - Bob Wickman (1994)

C - Gary Carter (1982)

1B - Adrian Gonzalez (2011)

2B - Bobby Grich (1981)

3B - Jose Bautista (2011)

SS - Troy Tulowitzki (2014)

LF - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

CF - Fred Lynn (1975)

RF - Mookie Betts (2018)

DH - Sherry Magee (1910)


SP - Clay Buchholz (2013)

SP - Tim Hudson (2003)

SP - Stephen Strasburg (2017)

SP - Jake Peavy (2007)

SP - Freddy Garcia (2001)

RP - Heath Bell (2007)

RP - Todd Frohwirth (1991)

RP - Steve Kline (2001)

RP - Tippy Martinez (1979)

4/1/2019
A huge opening day for the new-look Crips. Compton defeats the rival Chain Saw Scalpers 17-4 on a 4-5 day from Jose Bautista and 2 home runs from Russell Martin.


4/5/2019
Compton's early season 14-0 drubbing of Coconut Grove is a thing of beauty.


4/16/2019 (minors)
A blistering 27-7 slugfest in Ballston's new home park, Huntington Avenue Grounds. Featured 18 homers (including 4 by Brian Jordan), 13 pinch hitters, and no pitchers leaving the game with an ERA under 6. And Ryan Bowen didn't even make an appearance.


4/29/2019
Now this is the good stuff. Working on a miserable 0-4 game, Troy Tulowtzki hits a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth to win it 20-17.


8/28/2019
In the heat of a playoff race, Mookie Betts has a huge game. His uber-cycle consists of two doubles, a triple, and a homer and takes him to 140 RBI for the season.

2018 Draft Starters Games

95-73 (.565)

6.6 RF/G

5.6 RA/G

.574 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (31) - Al Kaline (1967)

2 (79) - Jose Bautista (2011)

3 (127) - Gary Carter (1982)

4 (175) - Billy Herman (1936)

5 (194) - Jake Peavy (2007)

5 (223) - Tim Hudson (2003)

6 (271) - Steve Kline (2001)

7 (319) - Andy Pafko (1948)

C - Gary Carter (1982)

1B - Joey Votto (2012)

2B - Billy Herman (1936)

3B - Jose Bautista (2011)

SS - Honus Wagner (1908)

LF - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

CF - Fred Lynn (1979)

RF - Al Kaline (1967)

DH - Sherry Magee (1910)


SP - Tim Hudson (2003)

SP - Jake Peavy (2007)

SP - Pat Hentgen (1996)

SP - Jeff D'Amico (2000)

SP - Freddy Garcia (2001)

RP - Todd Frohwirth (1991)

RP - Steve Kline (2001)

RP - Bob Wickman (1994)

RP - Tippy Martinez (1979)

2017 Draft Starters Games

90-78 (.536)

6.4 RF/G

6.5 RA/G

.495 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (46) - Sherry Magee (1910)

2 (96) - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

3 (119) - Chuck Knoblauch (1996)

3 (145) - Brian Giles (2002)

4 (153) - Johnny Allen (1936)

5 (206) - Russell Martin (2014)

5 (243) - Pat Hentgen (1996)

6 (265) - Freddy Garcia (2001)

6 (291) - Jeff D'Amico (2000)

C - Ivan Rodriguez (2000)

1B - Joey Votto (2012)

2B - Chuck Knoblauch (1996)

3B - Scott Rolen (2004)

SS - Honus Wagner (1908)

LF - Sherry Magee (1910)

CF - Fred Lynn (1979)

RF - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

DH - Brian Giles (2002)


SP - Dolf Luque (1923)

SP - Johnny Allen (1936)

SP - Pat Hentgen (1996)

SP - Freddy Garcia (2001)

SP - Jeff D'Amico (2000)

RP - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

RP - Joel Pineiro (2001)

RP - Tippy Martinez (1979)

RP - ?

2016 Draft Starters Games

107-61 (.637)

6.7 RF/G

5.2 RA/G

.610 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (31) - Fred Lynn (1975)

2 (68) - Dwight Evans (1981)

2 (78) - John Smoltz (draft day deal)

3 (126) - Ivan Rodriguez (2000)

4 (148) - Clay Buchholz (2013)

4 (174) - Dolf Luque (1923)

5 (209) - Mike Myers (2000)

5 (222) - Dellin Betances (2014)

6 (265) - Ubaldo Jimenez (2010)

6 (270) - Rod Beck (draft day deal)

C - Ivan Rodriguez (2000)

1B - Joey Votto (2012)

2B - Sammy Strang (1906)

3B - Adrian Beltre (2004)

SS - Honus Wagner (1908)

LF - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

CF - Fred Lynn (1975)

RF - Dwight Evans (1981)

DH - Danny Tartabull (1991)


SP - Ubaldo Jimenez (2010)

SP - Clay Buchholz (2013)

SP - Chris Young (2007)

SP - Dolf Luque (1923)

SP - Pete Donohue (1925)

RP - Scott Williamson (1999)

RP - Wes Littleton (2006)

RP - Ray Searage (1984)

RP - Dellin Betances (2014)

4/28/2016
Ubaldo Jimenez offers one of the best pitching performances in recent Crips history, with a 1-hit shutout over Cuyahoga County that improves Compton's hot start to 21-3. Ubaldo gets the win despite hitting a batter and throwing 3 wild pitches.


6/27/2016
In game 1 of a vital series against the division rival Tokyo Godzillas, Honus Wagner ties up the game with a home run in the bottom of the 9th. In the 11th, Dillon Betances comes in to throw a single pitch (and ultimately get the win) before the Crips play small ball to win the game.


9/30/2016
Following 2 triples earlier in the game, Fred Lynn hits a grand slam in the bottom of the 8th to put the Crips on top. They hold the lead to win the game and clinch the AA West crown on the second-to-last day of the season.

2015 Draft Starters Games

92-77 (.544)

6.6 RF/G

6.0 RA/G

.543 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (32) - Joey Votto (2012)

2 (81) - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

3 (130) - Edgardo Alfonzo (2000)

4 (179) - Danny Tartabull (1991)

5 (228) - Walker Cooper (1944)

6 (277) - Al Leiter (1998)

6 (289) - Scott Sanders (1996)

C - Mike Napoli (2011)

1B - Joey Votto (2012)

2B - Edgardo Alfonzo (2000)

3B - Scott Rolen (2004)

SS - Honus Wagner (1908)

LF - Rico Carty (1970)

CF - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

RF - Magglio Ordonez (2007)

DH - Danny Tartabull (1991)


SP - Hod Lisenbee (1927)

SP - Chris Young (2007)

SP - Pat Hentgen (1996)

SP - Bump Hadley (1927)

SP - Willie Mitchell (1913)

RP - Scott Williamson (1999)

RP - Damaso Marte (2003)

RP - Al Alburquerque (2011)

RP - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

9/1/2015
Joey Votto hits 3 doubles, giving him 74 for the season and breaking the record for doubles in a single season in HoFL history. Ed Delahanty had 73 doubles in 2011.


9/27/2015
On the last game of the season, the Crips score 19 runs and defeat the Malibu Waves to force a play-in game against the St. Louis Gas House Bombers (which they ultimately lost).


9/27/2015
In one of the most exciting Ryan Bowen Classics ever, Compton faces off against Marauders pitchers Jose Canseco, Jim Rice, and Manny Ramirez. Ryan Bowen walks 30 (including 9 straight in the 7th inning), allows 37 runs, survives an hour-long rain delay, and ends up with the improbable victory over North Port.

2014 Draft Starters Games

93-76 (.550)

6.7 RF/G

6.2 RA/G

.540 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (39) - Jose Bautista (2011)

2 (74) - Magglio Ordonez (2007)

2 (80) - Snuffy Stirnweiss (1945)

2 (87) - Rico Carty (1970)

3 (135) - Gary Carter (1982)

4 (147) - Grant Balfour (2008)

4 (183) - Chris Young (2007)

4 (190) - Ray Searage (1984)

5 (199) - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

5 (231) - Hideo Nomo (1995)

6 (279) - Damaso Marte (2003)

6 (283) - Al Alburquerque (2011)

C - Mike Napoli (2011)

1B - Derrek Lee (2005)

2B - Snuffy Stirnweiss (1945)

3B - Jose Bautista (2011)

SS - Honus Wagner (1908)

LF - Lonnie Smith (1989)

CF - Kiki Cuyler (1925)

RF - Magglio Ordonez (2007)

DH - Rico Carty (1970)


SP - Firpo Marberry (1929)

SP - Pat Hentgen (1996)

SP - Chris Young (2007)

SP - Bump Hadley (1927)

SP - Hideo Nomo (1995)

RP - Ray Searage (1984)

RP - Grant Balfour (2008)

RP - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

RP - Al Alburquerque (2011)

3/19/2014
Ryan Bowen combines with three other pitchers to no-hit the Currituck Sand Sharks in Spring Training.


9/27/2014
In the last game of the regular season, team MVP Honus Wagner comes up big in extra innings to beat Margaritaville and preserve a first-place tie with Tokyo, forcing a play-in game for the post-season.

2013 Draft Starters Games

96-73 (.568)

6.6 RF/G

6.5 RA/G

.510 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (46) - Mike Napoli (2005)

3 (139) - Bill Bernhard (1902)

3 (142) - Tim Hudson (2007)

4 (190) - Joey Devine (2008)

5 (218) - Kiki Cuyler (1925)

5 (238) - Andy Pafko (1948)

C - Mike Napoli (2011)

1B - Derrek Lee (2005)

2B - Bobby Grich (1981)

3B - Andy Pafko (1948)

SS - Honus Wagner (1908)

» SB (64)

LF - Lonnie Smith (1989)

CF - Kiki Cuyler (1925)

RF - Albert Belle (1994)

DH - Frank Thomas (1994)


SP - Jake Peavy (2007)

» Run Support per 9 Innings (11.41)

SP - Tim Hudson (2007)

SP - Firpo Marberry (1929)

» Runs Allowed (165)

» Earned Runs (149)

» Worst OPS Against (.918)

» Worst RC Against (173.4)

» Worst RC/27 Against (7.4)

» Total Bases Allowed (450)

SP - Pat Hentgen (1996)

» Worst ERA (6.92)

» Worst WHIP (1.82)

» Worst AVG Against (.325)

» Worst OBP Against (.390)

» Hits per 9 Innings (12.27)

» Runs per 9 Innings (7.29)

SP - Hod Lisenbee (1924)

RP - Juan Padilla (2005)

RP - Dave Smith (1987)

RP - Joey Devine (2008)

RP - Neal Cotts (2005)

10/3/2013
Compton wins a play-in game against Merced to advance to the 2013 playoffs.


10/10/2013
Frank Thomas hits a grand slam to give Compton the lead and put them ahead in 3-2 in the AA Wild Card series against Maumee.


10/12/2013
Compton wins a dramatic Game 7 against Maumee to win the AA Wild Card and advance to the AA Division series vs. Kitchener.


10/21/2013
The Crips erupt with 7 home runs against Kitchener to win Game 6 and stay alive in the AA Division series.

2012 Draft Starters Games

104-64 (.619)

7.3 RF/G

5.9 RA/G

.596 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (45) - Derrek Lee (2005)

2 (94) - Lonnie Smith (1989)

3 (142) - Roberto Alomar (2001)

4 (181) - Mike Myers (2009)

4 (190) - Doug Henry (2008)

5 (227) - Ray Searage (1984)

C - Chris Hoiles (1993)

1B - Derrek Lee (2005)

2B - Bobby Grich (1981)

3B - Scott Rolen (2004)

SS - Lou Boudreau (1948)

LF - Lonnie Smith (1989)

CF - Joe DiMaggio (1939)

RF - Joe Jackson (1911)

DH - Albert Belle (1994)


SP - Vean Gregg (1911)

SP - Jake Peavy (2007)

SP - Firpo Marberry (1929)

SP - Pat Hentgen (1996)

SP - Curly Ogden (1924)

RP - Mike Myers (2009)

RP - Doug Henry (2008)

4/18/2012
Newly aquired Albert Belle hits for the cycle in a 13-5 win over the New London Generals.


9/27/2012
The Crips hit 9 homers in a 26-10 win over Tokyo, getting their 100th win of the season and evening up their season series against the Godzillas. Belle's 6 RBI in the game tie Jimmie Foxx's 1999 single-season record of 202.


9/30/2012
With a groundball to 2nd in the 7th inning, Albert Belle drives in Lonnie Smith and breaks the single season record with his 203rd RBI.

2011 Draft Starters Games

103-65 (.613)

7.3 RF/G

6.0 RA/G

.590 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (33) - Todd Helton (2000)

2 (82) - Ernie Lombardi (1938)

3 (130) - Mike Adams (2009)

5 (227) - Ray Searage (1984)

C - Ernie Lombardi (1938)

1B - Todd Helton (2000)

2B - Sammy Strang (1906)

» R (163)

» PA (826)

3B - Scott Rolen (2004)

SS - Lou Boudreau (1948)

LF - Solly Hofman (1910)

CF - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

RF - Joe Jackson (1911)

DH - Harry Heilmann (1923)

» AVG (.393)

» RC (206.3)

» TB (503)


SP - Vean Gregg (1911)

SP - Tim Hudson (2003)

SP - Firpo Marberry (1929)

SP - Urban Shocker (1920)

SP - Curly Ogden (1924)

RP - Mike Adams (2009)

RP - Grant Balfour (2008)

5/9/2011
The Crips somehow lose to the Baltimore Fire 22-20 in the highest-scoring game in HOFL history. The 44 hits are also a single-game record.

9/21/2011
Compton gives their owner an early birthday present with a 22-7 victory over Merced.


9/26/2011
The day after winning the AA West, the Crips put a punctuation mark on their season with a 22-2 trouncing of Las Vegas.

2010 Draft Starters Games

87-71 (.551)

7.2 RF/G

6.3 RA/G

.556 PY%

Fenway Park (1955)

final stats

1 (40) - Harry Heilmann (1923)

2 (57) - Lou Boudreau (1948)

3 (136) - Sammy Strang (1906)

4 (153) - Cy Seymour (1905)

5 (232) - Scott Rolen (2004)

6 (249) - Sherry Magee (1910)

7 (328) - Jack Clark (1987)

8 (345) - Rico Carty (1970)

9 (424) - Justin Duchscherer (2008)

10 (441) - Vean Gregg (1911)

...redraft lasted 60 rounds

C - Mickey Tettleton (1989)

1B - Jack Clark (1987)

» SO (226)

2B - Sammy Strang (1906)

3B - Scott Rolen (2004)

SS - Lou Boudreau (1948)

LF - Sherry Magee (1910)

CF - Cy Seymour (1905)

RF - Harry Heilmann (1923)

» AVG (.373)

» H (230)

DH - Rico Carty (1970)


SP - Justin Duchscherer (2008)

SP - Vean Gregg (1911)

» HR Allowed (52)

SP - Firpo Marberry (1929)

SP - Johnny Allen (1936)

SP - Tim Hudson (2003)

RP - Grant Balfour (2008)

RP - Dave Smith (1987)

6/10/2010
Compton unloads on Baltimore, winning 21-5.


6/17/2010
Compton unloads on Long Island, winning 21-4.


7/10/2010
Compton dumps on Long Island again, winning 20-4.


7/20/2010
Jack Clark shows how it's done, tying the record for RBI in a game with 10. Compton wins 17-2.


7/22/2010
A drubbing of the Ham Fighters. Compton wins, 21-7.


9/23/2010
Compton wins a close one with Las Vegas by a score of 17-16. Jack Clark hits the walk-off homer to win the game.

2009 Draft Starters Games

101-61 (.623)

6.3 RF/G

5.5 RA/G

.559 PY%

Coors Field (1995)

final stats

2 (45) - Ernie Lombardi (1938)

3 (57) - Darrell Porter (1979)

3 (75) - Joey Devine (2008)

4 (109) - Steve Rogers (1973)

5 (120) - Red Faber (1921)

6 (144) - Phil Nevin (2001)

6 (157) - Ugueth Urbina (1998)

6 (159) - Wally Moon (1959)

7 (172) - Cesar Cedeno (1973)

7 (187) - Randy Ready (1987)

9 (233) - Andy Pafko (1948)

9 (241) - Jeff Tesreau (1912)

10 (260) - Jeff Calhoun (1987)

C - Darrell Porter (1979)

1B - Jim Gentile (1961)

2B - Bobby Grich (1981)

3B - Scott Rolen (2004)

SS - Robin Yount (1983)

LF - Ed Delahanty (1902)

» R (150)

CF - Mickey Mantle (1957)

» SLG (.689)

» OPS (1.144)

RF - Roberto Clemente (1969)

DH - Rocky Colavito (1958)

» RBI (163)


SP - Kevin Appier (1993)

SP - J.R. Richard (1980)

» BB (2009)

SP - Red Faber (1921)

SP - Jake Peavy (2007)

SP - Johnny Morrison (1921)

RP - Joey Devine (2008)

RP - Steve Karsay (2001)

7/19/2009
In the 18th inning, Bob Cerv loses the game by making an error at SS. J.R. Richard, who had pitched the day before, came in and took the loss. Robin Yount gets injured. A complete disaster.


7/25/2009
Compton takes Seattle 21-11. The 87 total bases in the game is the second-highest ever.


10/21/2009
Colavito hits a blast in the 10th to put the Crips into their fourth World Series.


10/24/2009 (movie)
Colavito hits another clutch homer, a walk-off grand slam in the 10th inning of World Series Game 2 against Pittsburgh.


10/31/2009
Kevin Appier pitches a gem to win Game 7 of the World Series.

2008 Draft Starters Games

84-78 (.519)

6.5 RF/G

6.3 RA/G

.514 PY%

Polo Grounds (1917)

final stats

1 (18) - Dean Chance (1964)

2 (46) - Mike Myers (2000)

3 (74) - Jeff Kent (2000)

4 (102) - Larry Doby (1952)

5 (130) - Bubbles Hargrave (1923)

6 (158) - Frank J. Thomas (1958)

6 (168) - Frank Howard (1968)

7 (186) - Dave Smith (1987)

8 (214) - Clay Hensley (2005)

9 (242) - Wes Littleton (2006)

10 (270) - Bob Hamelin (1994)

C - Andy Seminick (1950)

1B - Jim Gentile (1961)

2B - Bobby Grich (1981)

3B - Frank J. Thomas (1958)

SS - Rich Aurilia (2001)

LF - Willie Stargell (1971)

CF - Larry Doby (1952)

RF - Max West (1939)

DH - Carlos Pena (2007)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

» WHIP (1.04)

SP - Roy Halladay (2001)

SP - J.R. Richard (1980)

» HR Allowed (62)

SP - Kevin Appier (1993)

SP - Johnny Allen (1936)

RP - Rich Garces (1999)

RP - Mike Myers (2000)

4/16/2008
Compton hits 10 home runs but can't take down the Fog. Merced's Edd Roush hits for the cycle.


4/17/2008
In the Polo Grounds, Compton and Houston combine to tie the single game record for hits with 41 and set the single-game record for total bases with 89. Houston hits 10 homers and wins 20-13.


5/26/2008
In a true battle royale, Essex Junction outslugs the Crips 27-12. The 39 combined runs in the game is the second-highest total ever, highest if you don't count Ryan Bowen Classics.


7/2/2008 (movie)
A 10-0 victory over Long Beach. A 2-hit gem by Pedro. Crips baseball at its finest.


7/25/2008 (movie)
Jim Gentile has a game, with 3 HR and 6 RBI.

7/30/2008
With assistance from the homer-friendly Polo Grounds, Houston and Compton hit 13 home runs, the highest combined total in a game in HOFL history.


8/17/2008 (movie)
Larry Doby's 6th inning homer is #373 for Compton, breaking the single season team record for home runs in a season (previous held by Houston 2007).


9/28/2008
Both teams combine for 14 homers, good for the second-highest game total all-time, as Compton wins the fourth Ryan Bowen Classic by a score of 29-18.

2007 Draft Starters Games

81-75 (.519)

5.4 RF/G

4.6 RA/G

.569 PY%

Ballpark in Arlington (2000)

final stats

1 (16) - Whitey Kurowski (1945)

1 (20) - Rico Carty (1971)

2 (43) - Darrell Porter (1979)

2 (48) - Dick Dietz (1970)

4 (104) - Mike Jackson (1994)

5 (132) - Will Clark (1989)

5 (140) - Fred Snodgrass (1910)

6 (160) - Mike Gonzalez (2004)

7 (188) - Bert Blyleven (1977)

8 (216) - Whitey Ford (1950)

9 (244) - Johnny Morrison (1921)

10 (261) - Mike Donlin (1905)

10 (265) - Jeff Heath (1948)

10 (279) - Johnny Allen (1937)

C - Darrell Porter (1979)

1B - Will Clark (1989)

2B - Jackie Robinson (1951)

3B - Whitey Kurowski (1945)

SS - Lou Boudreau (1948)

LF - Bobby Veach (1919)

CF - Stan Spence (1944)

RF - Roberto Clemente (1969)

DH - Jim Gentile (1961)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

» SO (297)

» WHIP (0.94)

SP - Kevin Appier (1993)

SP - Monty Stratton (1937)

SP - Jim Hearn (1950)

SP - Bert Blyleven (1977)

RP - Mike Jackson (1994)

RP - Mike Myers (2000)

9/7/2007
In a game rendered meaningless by Compton's late-season collapse, Danny Tartabull hits for the cycle.

2006 Draft Starters Games

84-72 (.538)

5.9 RF/G

4.8 RA/G

.596 PY%

Ballpark in Arlington (2000)

final stats

1 (27) - Jim Hearn (1950)

2 (55) - Chet Lemon (1984)

4 (111) - Troy Percival (1995)

5 (120) - Ray Searage (1984)

5 (122) - Stan Coveleski (1917)

5 (125) - Gary Carter (1982)

5 (139) - Luis Castillo (2005)

6 (167) - Danny Tartabull (1991)

8 (223) - Shingo Takatsu (2004)

9 (251) - Todd Hundley (1997)

10 (279) - Johnny Podres (1957)

C - Todd Hundley (1997)

1B - Jim Gentile (1961)

2B - Jackie Robinson (1951)

3B - Adrian Beltre (2004)

SS - Lou Boudreau (1948)

LF - Bobby Veach (1919)

CF - Andy Van Slyke (1988)

RF - J.D. Drew (2001)

DH - Danny Tartabull (1991)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

» AA POY

» IP (248.7)

» SO (319)

» WHIP (1.03)

SP - Kevin Appier (1993)

SP - Jim Hearn (1950)

SP - Monty Stratton (1937)

SP - Stan Coveleski (1917)

RP - Troy Percival (1995)

RP - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

8/11/2006
Pedro with a brilliant 18 strikeout performance.


10/17/2006
In a move that can only be described as sheer genius, the Crips start Johnny Podres, a lefty who toiled in the minors for all of 2006, against the Houston Scalpers in a must-win playoff game. Podres comes up big, shutting down the Scalpers offense and throwing a CG 1-hitter. Houston manager Matt is displeased.


10/29/2006
Lyman Bostock hits a game-winning home run in Game 6 to give Austin the HOFL Championship.

2005 Draft Starters Games

95-61 (.609)

6.2 RF/G

4.7 RA/G

.621 PY%

Ballpark in Arlington (2000)

final stats

1 (12) - J.D. Drew (2001)

1 (16) - Jim Gentile (1961)

1 (19) - Sixto Lezcano (1979)

2 (36) - Cecil Fielder (1990)

2 (44) - Snuffy Stirnweiss (1944)

3 (59) - Monty Stratton (1937)

3 (82) - Hideo Nomo (1995)

4 (87) - Milton Bradley (2003)

4 (100) - Tim Hudson (2003)

4 (103) - Brian Giles (2002)

5 (137) - Juan Guzman (1996)

7 (182) - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

7 (184) - Andy Van Slyke (1988)

8 (212) - Mark Hendrickson (2002)

8 (221) - Dave Roberts (2002)

C - Darren Daulton (1992)

1B - Jim Gentile (1961)

2B - Snuffy Stirnweiss (1944)

3B - Mike Schmidt (1981)

SS - Robin Yount (1982)

LF - Luis Gonzalez (2001)

CF - Andy Van Slyke (1988)

RF - Dixie Walker (1944)

DH - Brian Giles (2002)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

» AA POY

» W (23)

» CG (17)

SP - Monty Stratton (1937)

SP - David Cone (1994)

SP - Hideo Nomo (1995)

SP - Tim Hudson (2003)

RP - Rich Garces (1999)

RP - Francisco Rodriguez (2004)

2/26/2005
In Spring Training, Bill Risley does double-duty as the Crips beat the Fog 5-4. After blowing the game for Merced in the top of the 9th, Risley puts on a Compton uniform in the bottom of the 9th to earn the save.


4/7/2005
Five games into in the young 2005 season, Frankie Rodriguez blows a game for the Crips by throwing a wild pitch in the bottom of the 9th. His nickname is officially changed from "K-Rod" to "WP-Rod."


4/30/2005
David Cone throws a no-hitter against Long Island. The only run comes on a Mike Schmidt error in the 7th. Not to be outdone...


5/1/2005
...Long Island throws a combined no-hitter against Compton THE VERY NEXT DAY. Compton's run comes from a Milton Bradley sacrifice fly in the 6th.


9/30/2005
Blackwood's Tim Wallach outduels Bowen in the third Bowen Classic. Wallach even strikes out Mike Schmidt. After 3 games and 21 IP in the majors, Bowen now has an ERA of 25.71 and a record of 1-2. To appease the fans, Pedro makes an appearance.

2004 Draft Starters Games

81-75 (.519)

6.4 RF/G

6.1 RA/G

.524 PY%

Ballpark in Arlington (2000)

final stats

1 (23) - Frank Smith (1908)

3 (54) - Chris Hoiles (1993)

5 (119) - Bobby Grich (1981)

7 (167) - Tito Francona (1959)

8 (191) - Bernie Carbo (1970)

9 (207) - Fred Toney (1915)

C - Chris Hoiles (1993)

1B - Willie McCovey (1969)

2B - Bobby Grich (1981)

3B - Mike Schmidt (1981)

SS - Robin Yount (1982)

LF - Albert Pujols (2003)

CF - Bobby Murcer (1971)

RF - Sammy Sosa (2001)

DH - Carlos Delgado (2000)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

SP - Elmer Steele (1908)

SP - Jim Hearn (1950)

SP - Ron Guidry (1978)

SP - Fred Toney (1915)

RP - George Dumont (1915)

RP - Tim McCabe (1915)

2003 Draft Starters Games

90-66 (.577)

5.2 RF/G

4.6 RA/G

.558 PY%

Ballpark in Arlington (2000)

final stats

1 (23) - Cy Blanton (1935)

2 (25) - Tito Francona (1959)

2 (47) - Darren Daulton (1992)

3 (71) - David Cone (1994)

4 (95) - Bill Spiers (1997)

5 (119) - Don Buford (1968)

6 (143) - Boog Powell (1964)

7 (167) - Dave Winfield (1988)

8 (191) - George Dumont (1915)

9 (215) - Mike Myers (2000)

10 (239) - Matt Williams (1994)

C - Darren Daulton (1992)

1B - Will Clark (1989)

2B - Bobby Doerr (1944)

3B - Mike Schmidt (1981)

SS - Derek Jeter (1999)

LF - Pedro Guerrero (1985)

CF - Bobby Murcer (1971)

RF - Sammy Sosa (2001)

DH - Willie McCovey (1969)

» RBI (160)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

SP - Jim Hearn (1950)

SP - Ron Guidry (1978)

SP - Kevin Appier (1993)

SP - David Cone (1994)

RP - George Dumont (1915)

RP - Mike Myers (2000)

8/17/2003
The Crips shit on Burketon, winning 21-10.


9/15/2003
Pedro falters, but McCovey is the hero again with a homer in the 14th.


9/20/2003
Bowen loses the second Ryan Bowen Classic to Merced after the Fog controversially pulls O'Neill off the mound in favor of Brady Anderson in the 3rd.


10/1/2003
Guidry loads the bases in the 9th inning of Game 7 of the AADS vs. Parkville, but George Dumont comes in and gets a groundout to win it, sending the Crips to the AACS.

2002 Draft Starters Games

102-60 (.630)

6.3 RF/G

4.8 RA/G

.622 PY%

Ballpark in Arlington (2000)

1st half stats
2nd half stats

1 (22) - Bobby Murcer (1971)

C - Mike Piazza (1997)

1B - Will Clark (1989)

2B - Bobby Doerr (1944)

3B - Mike Schmidt (1981)

» Platinum Slugger

SS - Derek Jeter (1999)

SS - Cal Ripken (1991)

» Platinum Glove

LF - Pedro Guerrero (1985)

CF - Bobby Murcer (1971)

RF - Roy Cullenbine (1946)

DH - Willie McCovey (1969)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

» AA POY

SP - Jim Hearn (1950)

SP - Dean Chance (1964)

SP - Kevin Appier (1993)

SP - Mort Cooper (1942)

RP - Dennis Eckersley (1990)

RP - Cisco Carlos (1967)

5/3/2002
Willie Mac carries the Crips over the Renegades with a grand slam in the 14th.


9/30/2002
Schmidt hits 2 grand slams in a victory over Bridgeport.


10/8/2002
Bowen narrowly defeats Mark Grace in the first Ryan Bowen Classic.

11/11/2002
Appier nails down the win in Game 5 of the World Series for Compton's first Championship.

2001 Draft Starters Games

86-70 (.551)

5.9 RF/G

5.6 RA/G

.530 PY%

Ballpark in Arlington (2000)

final stats

1 (14) - Pedro Martinez (2000)

2 (28) - Luis Tiant (1968)

3 (42) - Dennis Eckersley (1990)

4 (56) - Dean Chance (1964)

5 (70) - Billy Wagner (1999)

6 (84) - Harry Heilman (1927)

7 (98) - Edgar Martinez (1995)

8 (112) - Kevin Mitchell (1994)

9 (126) - Chris Hoiles (1993)

10 (140) - Woody English (1930)

11 (154) - Roy Cullenbine (1946)

12 (168) - Buddy Myer (1938)

13 (182) - Roger Wolff (1945)

14 (196) - Harry Walker (1947)

15 (210) - Moises Alou (2000)

16 (224) - Norm Charlton (1995)

17 (238) - Schoolboy Rowe (1946)

18 (252) - Doug Henry (1991)

19 (266) - Bobby Bolin (1968)

20 (280) - Ray Searage (1984)

21 (294) - Randy Ready (1987)

22 (308) - Bernie Carbo (1970)

23 (322) - Fred Holdsworth (1976)

24 (336) - Aaron Robinson (1946)

25 (350) - Harry Hendricks (1929)

26 (364) - Sid Gordon (1950)

27 (378) - Hank Thompson (1953)

28 (392) - Ryan Klesko (1995)

29 (406) - John Stone (1936)

C - Chris Hoiles (1994)

1B - Todd Helton (2000)

2B - Frankie Frisch (1930)

3B - Sid Gordon (1950)

SS - Barry Larkin (1996)

LF - Kevin Mitchell (1994)

CF - Harry Walker (1947)

RF - Larry Walker (1997)

DH - Harry Heilmann (1927)


SP - Pedro Martinez (2000)

» AA POY

» ERA (2.07)

» CG (16)

» WHIP (0.85)

» Opp. AVG (.171)

SP - Luis Tiant (1968)

SP - Dean Chance (1964)

SP - Schoolboy Rowe (1946)

SP - Bobby Bolin (1968)

RP - Dennis Eckersley (1990)

RP - Billy Wagner (1999)

4/18/2001
Pedro no-hits the Merced Fog.


7/28/2001
A total of 15 homers are hit in this 16-14 slugfest loss to Puyallup.


8/28/2001
Cal Ripken wins it with a homer in the bottom of the 10th inning.


9/12/2001
The Crips obliterate the Boro Park Bruisers 22-2.

2000 Draft Starters Games

88-66 (.571)

5.3 RF/G

4.6 RA/G

.558 PY%

Coors Field (?)

final stats

C - Bill Dickey (1936)

1B - Jimmie Foxx (1932)

» Platinum Slugger

2B - Rogers Hornsby (1922)

3B - Woody English (1930)

SS - Alan Trammell (1987)

LF - Reggie Smith (1977)

CF - Rico Carty (1970)

RF - Paul O'Neill (1994)

DH - Goose Goslin (1930)


SP - Don Sutton (1972)

» AA POY

SP - Mike Scott (1986)

» L (22)

SP - Eddie Cicotte (1919)

SP - Gary Peters (1963)

SP - Addie Joss (1902)

RP - Dave LaRoche (1976)

RP - Don McMahon (1968)

RP - Mark Wohlers (1995)

RP - Duane Ward (1992)

1999 Draft Starters Games

83-71 (.539)

8.4 RF/G

7.9 RA/G

.526 PY%

Coors Field (?)

final stats

1 - Harry Rice (1925)

2 - Joe Sewell (1923)

3 - Woody English (1930)

6 - Jeff Blauser (1997)

C - Bill Dickey (1936)

» Platinum Slugger

1B - Jimmie Foxx (1932)

» RBI (202)

2B - Rogers Hornsby (1924)

» AA MVP

» Platinum Slugger

» AVG (.397)

» H (263)

» R (166)

3B - Heinie Zimmerman (?)

SS - Jimmy Dykes (1929)

LF - George Watkins (1930)

CF - Paul O'Neill (1994)

RF - Harry Rice (1925)

DH - Roy Cullenbine (1946)


SP - Don Sutton (1972)

» CG (25)

SP - Mike Scott (1986)

» SO (337)

» HR Allowed (57)

SP - Pascual Perez (1988)

SP - Cal Eldred (1992)

SP - Art Nehf (1919)

RP - Todd Frohwirth (1991)

RP - Bill Henry (1964)

1998 Draft Starters Games

96-58 (.623)

7.6 RF/G

6.1 RA/G

.598 PY%

Coors Field (?)

final stats

C - Bill Dickey (1936)

1B - Jimmie Foxx (1932)

2B - Rogers Hornsby (1924)

» Platinum Slugger

3B - Paul Molitor (1987)

SS - Cecil Travis (1941)

LF - Rico Carty (1970)

CF - Ed Delahanty (1902)

RF - Roy Cullenbine (1946)

DH - Kevin Mitchell (1994)

» HR (62)

» RBI (167)

DH - Paul O'Neill (1994)

» Platinum Slugger


SP - Don Sutton (1972)

SP - Catfish Hunter (1972)

SP - Mike Scott (1986)

SP - Steve Rogers (1973)

SP - Cal Eldred (1992)

RP - Rob Murphy (1986)

RP - Steve Ontiveros (1985)

1997 Draft Starters Games

99-61 (.619)

8.2 RF/G

6.5 RA/G

.604 PY%

Coors Field (?)

final stats

C - Bill Dickey (1936)

1B - Ed Delahanty (1902)

2B - Rogers Hornsby (1924)

» Platinum Slugger

» SLG (.768)

» RBI (199)

3B - Paul Molitor (1987)

SS - Arky Vaughan (1935)

» Platinum Slugger

LF - Riggs Stephenson (1929)

CF - Rico Carty (1970)

» Platinum Glove

RF - Roy Cullenbine (1946)

» R (180)

DH - Kevin Mitchell (1994)


SP - Don Sutton (1972)

SP - Catfish Hunter (1972)

SP - Mike Scott (1986)

SP - Steve Rogers (1973)

SP - Schoolboy Rowe (1946)

RP - Mudcat Grant (1968)

RP - Joe Black (1952)

5/4/1997
Paul Molitor becomes the first player in HOFL history to hit for the cycle at his home field in a 19-16 slugfest.


7/25/1997
The Crips lose 23-17 in what becomes the highest-scoring game in HOFL history.

1996 Draft Starters Games

Coors Field (?)

C - Bill Dickey (1936)

1B - ?

2B - Rogers Hornsby (1924)

3B - Paul Molitor (1987)

SS - ?

LF - ?

CF - ?

RF - ?

DH - ?


SP - ?

SP - ?

SP - ?

SP - ?

SP - ?

RP - ?

RP - ?

1995 Draft Starters Games

1 - Rogers Hornsby (1924)

2 - Arky Vaughan (1935)

3 - Don Sutton (1972)

4 - Lou Boudreau (1948)

5 - Bill Dickey (1936)

6 - Catfish Hunter (1972)

7 - Mort Cooper (1941)

8 - Steve Rogers (1973)

9 - Kevin Mitchell (1994)

10 - Paul O'Neill (1994)

11 - Paul Molitor (1987)

12 - Rico Carty (1970)

13 - Johnny Mize (1939)

14 - Rob Murphy (1986)

15 - Steve Ontiveros (1985)

16 - Mudcat Grant (1968)

17 - Mark Dewey (1993)

18 - Todd Frohwirth (1991)

19 - Schoolboy Rowe (1946)

20 - Cal Eldred (1992)

21 - Pascual Perez (1988)

22 - Hubie Brooks (1986)

23 - Ted Higuera (1988)

24 - Roy Cullenbine (1946)

25 - Randy Ready (1987)

26 - Bob Ojeda (1988)

27 - Tiny Bonham (1942)

28 - Kal Daniels (1987)

29 - Ron Hassey (1936)

30 - Riggs Stephenson (1928)

31 - Bill Henry (1964)

C - Bill Dickey (1936)

1B - Johnny Mize (1939)

2B - Rogers Hornsby (1924)

3B - Paul Molitor (1987)

SS - Arky Vaughan (1935)

LF - Kevin Mitchell (1994)

CF - Roy Cullenbine (1946)

RF - Paul O'Neill (1994)

DH - Rico Carty (1970)


SP - Don Sutton (1972)

SP - Catfish Hunter (1972)

SP - Mort Cooper (1941)

SP - Steve Rogers (1973)

SP - Schoolboy Rowe (1946)

RP - Rob Murphy (1986)

RP - Steve Ontiveros (1985)

Red = Award

Orange = Led League

PY%, or Pythagorean winning percentage, is an estimate of a team's winning percentage given their runs scored and runs allowed. Developed by Bill James, it can tell you when teams were a bit lucky or unlucky. It is calculated by:
(team runs scored ^ 1.83) / ( team runs scored ^ 1.83 + team runs allowed ^ 1.83)