Mobile River Bandits

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Mobile River Bandits

Founded in 2012

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Team logo

League Cow League (AAA)
Subleague Atlantic Coast League
Division South
Bull League Affiliations
Affiliated to Louisville Sluggers
Previous Dallas Deputies (2012-2017)
Team Info
Name Mobile River Bandits (2017-Present)

Previous names Cayuga Poodles (2012-2016)

Previous locations Cayuga, Ontario

Colors Burgundy, white, black, grey


Ballpark Mobile Park
League pennants (1) 2012

Division pennants (1) 2012
Playoff appearances (1) 2012

The Mobile River Bandits are an American professional baseball team based in Mobile, Alabama. They play in the Atlantic Coast League's South division and are the Cow League (AAA-level) affiliate of the Louisville Sluggers. They play at Mobile Park.

The team has an all-time win-loss record of 196-247 (.442).

Awards and other achievements

League Leaders

The following players still hold current league leader records.

Team Records

For career hitting percentage records, 335 plate appearances are required. For career pitching percentage records, 108 innings pitched are required.[1][2]

Statistic Single season record Career record
Player Record Year Player Record
Batting average Bill Saucedo .270 2013 Oscar Garcia .288
At bats John Bock 246 2014 John Bock 564
Runs Bill Saucedo 34 2013 Rob Clarke 56
Hits Rob Clarke 59 2013 John Bock 142
Doubles Rob Clarke 15 2013 John Bock 29
Triples Danny Ortega
Danny Escalera
Ieyasu ito
Torao Yabukami
5 2013
Torao Yabukami 7
Home runs Dave Black 5 2016 Dave Black
Oscar Garcia
Runs batted in Rob Clarke 41 2013 Rob Clarke 62
Stolen bases Torao Yabukami 25 2013 Torao Yabukami 42
Earned runs average Jose Medrano 2.87 2016 Danny Mendez 3.26
Wins Devin Simpson 7 2013 Devin Simpson 12
Losses Jeremy Batchelor 9 2016 Elijah Ford 22
Saves Charlie Carroll
Mike Shnairson
15 2016
Mike Shnairson 27
Innings pitched Jose Medrano 91.0 2016 Elijah Ford 193.0
Strikeouts Jose Medrano 99 2016 Elijah Ford 173


  1. Cayuga Poodles: Batting Leaders. Bull News network. [1]. Accessed: 27 October 2016.
  2. Cayuga Poodles: Pitching Leaders. Bull News Network. [2]. Accessed: 27 October 2016.