St. Anthony SeaWolves
|League||Cow League (AAA)|
|Subleague||Atlantic Coast League|
|Bull League Affiliations|
|Affiliated to||Anchorage Aces|
|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
|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.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.
Before the commencement of the 2017 season, the team was placed in the Atlantic Coast League's North division.
Awards and other achievements
The following Albany players have won the Cow League Most Valuable Player Award:
|Statistic||Single season record||Career 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
|Triples||Simon Nelson||11||2015||Kyle Boone||25|
|Home runs||Chisen Aoshima||8||2012|| Joe Bernard
|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
|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:
(as Albany Statesmen)
| Succeeded by:|
- Anchorage Farm Teams Complete a Move, Rebrand. Bull Baseball League website. http://bullleague.org/league-news/anchorage-farm-teams-complete-a-move-rebrand/. 20 January 2017. Accessed: 19 January 2017.
- Albany Statesmen Batting Leaders. Bull News Network. . Accessed 25 October 2016.
- Albany Statesmen Pitching Leaders. Bull News Network. http://bullleague.org/bull-league/reports/html/2016/history/team_19_pitching_leaders.html]. Accessed 25 October 2016.
- Cow League History Index. Bull News Network. . Accessed: 25 October 2016.