St. Anthony SeaWolves

From Bull League Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
St. Anthony SeaWolves

Founded in 1995

St. Anthony, NL Flag of Canada.svg.png
Team logo

League Cow League (AAA)
Subleague Atlantic Coast League
Division North
Bull League Affiliations
Affiliated to Anchorage Aces Aces logo.png
Team Info
Name St. Anthony SeaWolves (2017-present)

Previous names Albany Statesmen (2004-2016)

Tallmadge Gaucho Locos (1995-2003)

Previous locations Albany, New York (2004-2016)

Tallmadge, Ohio (1995-2003)

Colors Aquamarine, black, white, grey


Championships (1) 2007
League pennants (2) 2007, 2013

Division pennants (5) 2000, 2002, 2007, 2013, 2014

The St. Anthony SeaWolves are a Cow League baseball team based in St. Anthony, Newfoundland and Labrador. They are in the Atlantic Coast League's North division, and are affiliated to the Bull League's Anchorage Aces.

As of the end of 2016, the team's record stands at 784-802 (.494).


The SeaWolves first formed in 1995 as the Tallmadge Gaucho Locos, based in Tallmadge, Ohio. Affiliated with the San Diego Seagulls, the North-East League (NEL) team had little success at first, finding themselves in just two playoffs, in 2000 and 2002, and frequently finishing 3rd or 4th aside from those two seasons.

Former Albany Statesmen team logo (2004-2016)
Then, in 2004, the team relocated to Albany, the state capital of New York, and took the name Albany Statesmen. They won their first Cow League championship not long after, in 2007, and continued to make playoff appearances and have successful finishes most years.

Then, before the 2017 season, the team was relocated to their current home in St. Anthony, Newfoundland and Labrador, becoming the St. Anthony SeaWolves, as part of the major relocation of the parent club, the San Diego Seagulls.[1]

Before the commencement of the 2017 season, the team was placed in the Atlantic Coast League's North division.

Awards and other achievements

Player awards


The following Albany players have won the Cow League Most Valuable Player Award:

Team Records

For career hitting percentage records, 1,283 plate appearances are required. For career pitching percentage records, 414 innings pitched are required.[2][3]

Statistic Single season record Career record
Player Record Year Player Record
Batting average Ramon Gomez .347 2014 Kyle Boone .288
At bats Angelo Alonso 304 2000 Joe Bernard 1,316
Runs Angelo Alonso 48 2000 Joe Bernard 171
Hits Dan Carter 96 2015 Kyle Boone 346
Doubles Jason Hovis 22 1998 Joe Bernard
Joey Williams
Triples Simon Nelson 11 2015 Kyle Boone 25
Home runs Chisen Aoshima 8 2012 Joe Bernard
Doug Sharkey
Runs batted in Doug Sharkey 44 2010 Joe Bernard 168
Stolen bases Thomas Brodbeck 46 2010 Kyle Boone 79
Earned runs average Ruben Cantu 2.24 2001 Alberto Mancia 3.07
Wins Tim McHaney
Ricky Abarca
9 2002
Ben Parkhouse 42
Losses Bill Halfyard 9 1998 Mike Deason 26
Saves Ruben Zambrano 19 2010 Jim Monk 40
Innings pitched Travis Dreis 105.2 2000 Ben Parkhouse 561.2
Strikeouts Maynard Ryder 107 1998 Ben Parkhouse 641


Cow Cup Championship
Preceded by:
Vaughan Peppers
(as Albany Statesmen)[4]
Succeeded by:
Oakland Dukes


  1. Anchorage Farm Teams Complete a Move, Rebrand. Bull Baseball League website. 20 January 2017. Accessed: 19 January 2017.
  2. Albany Statesmen Batting Leaders. Bull News Network. [1]. Accessed 25 October 2016.
  3. Albany Statesmen Pitching Leaders. Bull News Network.]. Accessed 25 October 2016.
  4. Cow League History Index. Bull News Network. [2]. Accessed: 25 October 2016.