Free Baseball MMORPG Making a Big Hit

Ultimate Baseball Online is a free Massively Multiplayer Online RPG centered around baseball that is making a hit with fans as shown by this post from Soxtalk:

I couldn’t get search working to see if someone has mentioned this game before. Basically, you go online and create a baseball player at some position and play online games with other people. You can create teams or just play pickup games and earn skill points to make your player better. I think it would be neat if we got a team together and joined one of the leagues.

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  1. Help us improve Wikipedia by supporting it financially.Youman Wilder (baseball)
    Mexican Basebol League Career Stats
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    Youman Wilder

    Second baseman

    Born: June 17, 1963 (age 45)
    Brooklyn,New York
    Batted: Switch Hitter =0 A Threw: Right
    Mexican League Professional debut debut
    Mexico City Reds June 11 1986

    Final game
    October 5, 1990
    for the Quintana Roo Tigres
    Career statistics
    Batting average .353
    Hits 878
    Runs batted in 366
    Teams
    Mexico City Reds(1986-1988

    Quintana Roo Tigres(1989-1990) )

    Career highlights and awards
    5 x Mexican20League All-Star selection (1986, 1987,1988.1989,1990
    Series champion (1987) MVP
    Led League in hits in 1987,1989 with 213,215
    1986 Mexican League Rookie of The Year
    1987 Mexican League Batting Champion
    1987 South American Baseball MVP
    1987 South American Series Title
    1998 Mexican League All-Star
    1989 Mexican League Batting Champion 362 Avg in 145 games

    Youman Wilder (born June 17, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York) is a former Mexican League Baseball second baseman who played for the Mexican League Mexico City Reds (1986-1988) and for the Quintana Roo Tigres (1989-1990),

    Wilder established himself as a great hitter and a good defensive second baseman in his seasons with the Mexican City Reds
    and the Quintana Roo.
    He was the Quintana’ All-Star second baseman from 1986-1988,
    With the Roo from 1989 to 1990,Wilder made the All-Star team each year, and batted .350 or better with over 200 hits in 1986.1987.
    1988,
    After the 1988 season, Wilder signed with the Roo as a free agent.

    He had great All -Star seasons in 1988 and 1989 and in 1990,
    He finished his career as an All-Star player with the Tigres in 1990.
    Finishing his career with his 3rd Mexican batting title 368ba and turning down a $120,000 contract

    In 1990 he returned to NYC where he pursued other career interest

    In 2004 he started Harlem’s NYHITTINGACADEMY which brings proper baseball instruction to the community of Harlem.
    He has in 4 years placed 10 African American and Latino Academy members in Division 1 and Division II programs along with
    two Major League Draft Picks.

    The program is a year round endeavor with Wilder at the helm of the Academy

    [edit] Trivia
    Wilder played his High School Baseball with Shawon Dunston of the Chicago Cubs and San Francisco Giants,and has homered off of John Franco,New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds,Fernando Venezuela,Los Angeles Dodgers,Orlando Hernandez New York Yankees, New York Mets, Chicago White Sox.
    [edit] See also
    List of Major League Baseball triples champions
    Montreal Expos all-time roster
    Rick Reuschel for humorous story involving Larry Bowa, Reuschel, and Cash
    [edit] External links
    Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
    BaseballLibrary.com – biography20
    Youman Wilder
    [hide] v • d • eYouman Wilder heads 1987 Mexican
    All -StarBaseball Series roster

    Retrieved from “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youman Wilder_(baseball)”
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    Make a donation to Wikipedia and give the gift of knowledge!Quintana Roo Tigres
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    Quintana Roo Tigres
    League Liga Mexicana de Beisbol (Southern Division)
    Location Cancún, Quintana Roo
    Ballpark Beto Ávila Stadium (since 2006) (Parque Hermanos Serdan (2002 – 2005); Parque del Seguro Social (1955 – 1999); Foro Sol (2000 – 2002)
    Year Founded 1955
    League championships 1955, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1992, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2005
    Colors Black, white and orange
    Logo Design A tiger encaged in a letter “M” trying to escape facing sideways
    Mascot Chacho the tiger (the most famous mascot in the history of the Mexican League)
    Manager Enrique Reyes
    Uniforms

    ?
    Home

    ?
    Away

    The Quintana Roo Tigers (Spanish: Los Tigres del Quintana Roo) are a Mexican minor league baseball team located in Cancun, Mexico. They are in the Southern Division (Zona Sur) of the Mexican Baseball League. The Mexico Devils (Diablos Rojos del Mexico) are their hated rival, but since the Tigers were relocated their rivalry20has lightened.
    The club is regarded as one of the most prestigious baseball franchises in the Mexican Baseball League. The franchise was founded in 1955 by Alejo Peralta y Díaz Cevallos, an industrial businessman who was an avid baseball fan. The team won the Mexican League championship in its first season, a feat that has never been matched.
    Contents
    [hide]
    1 Franchise history
    2 50th anniversary season
    3 New home for 2007
    4 Famous players
    5 External links

    [edit] Franchise history
    On April 14, 1955 Tigres made their debut at Julio Molina’s baseball park in Mérida, Yucatán. Their inaugural game represented the hard determination of its founder the great entrepreneur Don Alejo Peralta y Díaz Cevallos to support the sport that by then was submerged in a financial crisis[citation needed].
    The team has won nine championships to date, in 1955, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1992, 1997, 2000, 2001 and 2005.
    [edit] 50th anniversary season
    In commemoration of the first 50 years of its foundation an alternate logo was designed. The Tigres played their 50th season relying only on Mexican players, and that made the championship more significant. Furthermore, the 2005 season was named “Ing. Alejo Peralta” in memory of the Tigres’ founder, and father of the current owner.
    [edit] New home for 2007
    At the end of the 2006 season, the club’s president Carlos Peralta announced that the team would move to the city of Cancún, Quintana Roo. The team name will be Quintana Roo Tigres, and they will play in the Beto Avila Stadium.
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    [edit] Famous players
    Fernando “el Pulpo” Remes (Short Stop) Julio Franco (First Base)
    [edit] External links
    Official site
    [hide] v • d • eMexican League

    North Zone Tijuana Potros • Laguna Vaqueros • Saltillo Saraperos • Nuevo Laredo Tecolotes • Puebla Pericos • Monclova Acereros • Monterrey Sultanes • Chihuahua Dorados

    South Zone Tabasco Olmecas • Yucatán Leones • Minatitlán Petroleros • Campeche Piratas • Veracruz Rojos • México City Red Devils • Quintana Roo Tigres • Oaxaca Guerreros

    Retrieved from “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quintana_Roo_Tigres”
    Categories: Mexican League | Baseball teams in Mexico

  2. Help us improve Wikipedia by supporting it financially.Youman Wilder (baseball)
    Mexican Basebol League Career Stats
    Jump to: navigation, search
    Youman Wilder

    Second baseman

    Born: June 17, 1963 (age 45)
    Brooklyn,New York
    Batted: Switch Hitter =0 A Threw: Right
    Mexican League Professional debut debut
    Mexico City Reds June 11 1986

    Final game
    October 5, 1990
    for the Quintana Roo Tigres
    Career statistics
    Batting average .353
    Hits 878
    Runs batted in 366
    Teams
    Mexico City Reds(1986-1988

    Quintana Roo Tigres(1989-1990) )

    Career highlights and awards
    5 x Mexican20League All-Star selection (1986, 1987,1988.1989,1990
    Series champion (1987) MVP
    Led League in hits in 1987,1989 with 213,215
    1986 Mexican League Rookie of The Year
    1987 Mexican League Batting Champion
    1987 South American Baseball MVP
    1987 South American Series Title
    1998 Mexican League All-Star
    1989 Mexican League Batting Champion 362 Avg in 145 games

    Youman Wilder (born June 17, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York) is a former Mexican League Baseball second baseman who played for the Mexican League Mexico City Reds (1986-1988) and for the Quintana Roo Tigres (1989-1990),

    Wilder established himself as a great hitter and a good defensive second baseman in his seasons with the Mexican City Reds
    and the Quintana Roo.
    He was the Quintana’ All-Star second baseman from 1986-1988,
    With the Roo from 1989 to 1990,Wilder made the All-Star team each year, and batted .350 or better with over 200 hits in 1986.1987.
    1988,
    After the 1988 season, Wilder signed with the Roo as a free agent.

    He had great All -Star seasons in 1988 and 1989 and in 1990,
    He finished his career as an All-Star player with the Tigres in 1990.
    Finishing his career with his 3rd Mexican batting title 368ba and turning down a $120,000 contract

    In 1990 he returned to NYC where he pursued other career interest

    In 2004 he started Harlem’s NYHITTINGACADEMY which brings proper baseball instruction to the community of Harlem.
    He has in 4 years placed 10 African American and Latino Academy members in Division 1 and Division II programs along with
    two Major League Draft Picks.

    The program is a year round endeavor with Wilder at the helm of the Academy

    [edit] Trivia
    Wilder played his High School Baseball with Shawon Dunston of the Chicago Cubs and San Francisco Giants,and has homered off of John Franco,New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds,Fernando Venezuela,Los Angeles Dodgers,Orlando Hernandez New York Yankees, New York Mets, Chicago White Sox.
    [edit] See also
    List of Major League Baseball triples champions
    Montreal Expos all-time roster
    Rick Reuschel for humorous story involving Larry Bowa, Reuschel, and Cash
    [edit] External links
    Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
    BaseballLibrary.com – biography20
    Youman Wilder
    [hide] v • d • eYouman Wilder heads 1987 Mexican
    All -StarBaseball Series roster

    Retrieved from “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youman Wilder_(baseball)”
    0A
    Categories: 1963 births | Living people | Mexican League Baseball second basemen | Pittsburgh Pirates players | Philadelphia Phillies players | Montreal Expos players | San Diego Padres players | National League All-Stars | Major League Baseball players from New York | African American baseball players
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    Make a donation to Wikipedia and give the gift of knowledge!Quintana Roo Tigres
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search
    Quintana Roo Tigres
    League Liga Mexicana de Beisbol (Southern Division)
    Location Cancún, Quintana Roo
    Ballpark Beto Ávila Stadium (since 2006) (Parque Hermanos Serdan (2002 – 2005); Parque del Seguro Social (1955 – 1999); Foro Sol (2000 – 2002)
    Year Founded 1955
    League championships 1955, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1992, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2005
    Colors Black, white and orange
    Logo Design A tiger encaged in a letter “M” trying to escape facing sideways
    Mascot Chacho the tiger (the most famous mascot in the history of the Mexican League)
    Manager Enrique Reyes
    Uniforms

    ?
    Home

    ?
    Away

    The Quintana Roo Tigers (Spanish: Los Tigres del Quintana Roo) are a Mexican minor league baseball team located in Cancun, Mexico. They are in the Southern Division (Zona Sur) of the Mexican Baseball League. The Mexico Devils (Diablos Rojos del Mexico) are their hated rival, but since the Tigers were relocated their rivalry20has lightened.
    The club is regarded as one of the most prestigious baseball franchises in the Mexican Baseball League. The franchise was founded in 1955 by Alejo Peralta y Díaz Cevallos, an industrial businessman who was an avid baseball fan. The team won the Mexican League championship in its first season, a feat that has never been matched.
    Contents
    [hide]
    1 Franchise history
    2 50th anniversary season
    3 New home for 2007
    4 Famous players
    5 External links

    [edit] Franchise history
    On April 14, 1955 Tigres made their debut at Julio Molina’s baseball park in Mérida, Yucatán. Their inaugural game represented the hard determination of its founder the great entrepreneur Don Alejo Peralta y Díaz Cevallos to support the sport that by then was submerged in a financial crisis[citation needed].
    The team has won nine championships to date, in 1955, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1992, 1997, 2000, 2001 and 2005.
    [edit] 50th anniversary season
    In commemoration of the first 50 years of its foundation an alternate logo was designed. The Tigres played their 50th season relying only on Mexican players, and that made the championship more significant. Furthermore, the 2005 season was named “Ing. Alejo Peralta” in memory of the Tigres’ founder, and father of the current owner.
    [edit] New home for 2007
    At the end of the 2006 season, the club’s president Carlos Peralta announced that the team would move to the city of Cancún, Quintana Roo. The team name will be Quintana Roo Tigres, and they will play in the Beto Avila Stadium.
    0A
    [edit] Famous players
    Fernando “el Pulpo” Remes (Short Stop) Julio Franco (First Base)
    [edit] External links
    Official site
    [hide] v • d • eMexican League

    North Zone Tijuana Potros • Laguna Vaqueros • Saltillo Saraperos • Nuevo Laredo Tecolotes • Puebla Pericos • Monclova Acereros • Monterrey Sultanes • Chihuahua Dorados

    South Zone Tabasco Olmecas • Yucatán Leones • Minatitlán Petroleros • Campeche Piratas • Veracruz Rojos • México City Red Devils • Quintana Roo Tigres • Oaxaca Guerreros

    Retrieved from “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quintana_Roo_Tigres”
    Categories: Mexican League | Baseball teams in Mexico

  3. I played Ball with Youman Wilder back in 1987,and 1988 he was such a great hitter and a great guy.

    I was also a 2nd basemen, and he was always very nice and kind to me and my wife at the time.

    Youman would have made it but people always talked about him being to little, yet he lead us in hitting and he was always in the top 3 in slugging percentage on the team.

    There was a lot of prejudice that he had to deal with because he was a Black Man playing in Mexico.

    But in the end he was the most popular player on the team.
    When we played the Cuban National team Youman was so hot during those 3 games, he owned that pitching staff, Orlando Hernandez I am sure hated him, 3 for 3 with 2 triples off of him, we had 3 hits and Youman had all 3.

    I am so glad to see that he is getting his just due, he was the best hitter we had with the Mexico City Reds, and when he went to the Roo it was the only time I got to play.
    Youman congrats on everything and just know I as your teammate have never forgotten your kindness and your talent as a hitter you were on a different level

    I am glad that he is being acknowledged by what a great Professional baseball career he had in Mexico and Venezuela.

  4. My goodneess,

    Youman Wilder I had not heard that name in over 20 years,I played against Youman in Nogales Mexico, as well as Tijuana Mexico around 1987.

    We played him and the Reds, and he was this very short fire hydrant, just short and built like a hydrant.

    Youman Was a really good hitter I could never get him out.

    I hope one day I will get a chance to see my old nemesis..
    He was a really good guy, and so glad that I know he is in Nueva York and doing things with future baseball players.

    He was maybe one of the 10 best hitters we ever had in the Mexican Leagues during that time.

  5. Youman Wilder’s salary Mexican Leagues salary and bonuses

    Base 1986 salary and Bonuses

    $20,000 Signing Bonus

    $50,000 Based Salary

    $9,000 for All Star selection

    $10,000 for Mexican League Rookie of The Year

    $89,000 total season salary.

    Base 1987 salary and Bonuses

    $50,000 Based Salary

    $10,000 bonus for All Star Selection

    $10,000 Bonus for Batting Championship

    $20,000 bonus for South American Baseball League MVP

    $20,000 for South American Baseball Championship Win

    Base 1988 salary and Bonuses

    $70,000 Based Salary

    $10,000 South American All Star Selection

    $20,000 South American National Team

    Base 1989 salary and Bonuses

    $70,000 Based Salary

    $10,000 South American All Star Selection

    $20,000 South American National Team

    Base 1990 salary and Bonuses

    $80,000 Based Salary

    $10,000 South American All Star Selection

    $20,000 Bonus for Batting Championship

    Announced Retirement September 1990

    Retired October 5th 1990

  6. This website isn’t around anymore, but there’s a new site that just opened up called brushbackbaseball.com It also is free, and seems to be in the same playing style. Should check it out.

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