Cozumel Mayans Franchise
First game in franchise history.
Knights are renamed the Substitutes.
Don't ask us.
Smokey Joe Wood wins his first of 14 Cy Young Awards
in his amazing career. Between 1999 and 2015 he will
miss out on the award only three times (2001, 2003 and
2007). He will win a total of eleven Inferno League
Cy Young Awards with this franchise, and will finish
his career with three more over in the Blizzard League.
Silver Hawkes is named Rookie of the Year in the Inferno
After spending seven seasons in London, the Substittues
are moved to Egypt and renamed the Luxor Kings.
Attendance is poor in Luxor. Market research reveals
that most people think the Luxor Kings play at that
big pyramid in Las Vegas. Team packs it's bags and heads
to Scotland, they're renamed the Edinburgh
4 , 2005:
Smokey Joe Wood throws a perfect game against the Berlin
Deciding that it's too damn cold and dreary in Scotland,
management once again relocates the franchise. They
move the team to sunny Mexico and rename them the Cozumel
Playoffs: The Mayans win their first Lockwood Division
title, beginning a run of five straight postseason appearances.
In Game 3 of the ILCS, Smokey Joe Wood throws a perfect
game against the Amity White
Sharks. They defeat Amity in five games, but are
eventually defeated by the Rio
de Janerio Capybaras in the Weaver Series 4 games
Kevin Carbone wins the Inferno League Rookie of the
Playoffs: Cozumel wins the Lockwood Division again,
but the Mayans lose to Amity
in the ILCS 4 games to 2.
Nestor Eugino is awarded the Inferno League Rookie of
the Year Award.
Playoffs: Cozumel wins it's
first Weaver Series! They defeat the Belfast
Bombers in seven games.
Playoffs: The Mayans win another Inferno League
Championship, but are defeated by the Long
Beach Lobsters in the Weaver Series 4 games to 2.
Playoffs: Cozumel makes their fourth Weaver Series
appearance in five years. They face Havana,
but the Cigars win the series in five games.
4, 2020: Joe Vidal is named Inferno League Rookie
of the Year.