SeaWolves shut out by Senators, lose 6th straight
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#1 May 11, 2008
Admittedly, I only have seen one game so far this year, but based on that and close attention to the box scores and the TV highlights, this group of Seawolves players look badly overmatched compared to their Eastern League foes. I'd like to compliment Mr. Brooken's optimism when he says that this is just some streak of bad luck that will just go away, but I'm not buying it.
The Tiger organization again refuses to leave a team to develop together, instead promoting any Seawolves player who does anything above average and replaces him with an inexperienced Class A player. Already, one month into the season, this has already happened several times. Why does this not seem to happen to other Easern League teams?
Sorry, no matter how much fun stuff Erie's hard-working, well-meaning management can come up with to entertain the fans, not many people are going to brave chilly Erie weather too often to watch a bunch of Single A players get stomped game after game. Looks like another long season so the Detroit organization can start to threaten Erie again about moving the team out of here because of poor attendance.
#2 May 12, 2008
My husband took 5 of our grandchildren to the game on Sat. night. I couldn't believe when he came home early. He said the game was so boring and the boys were totally bored. I'm sure he will go back again. We will see if he stays for the whole game.
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