Jamaica RASTAFARIANS
"Emancipate Yourselves from Mental Slavery, None But Ourselves Can Free Our Minds"
Established 1997

Stadium: Redemption Field
Model: Tiger Stadium
Climate: Honolulu, HI
Colors: Red, Green, Yellow, Black

Uniforms:
- Home
- Road
- Special

Owner: Eric Cochran
Manager: Babe Ruth
Bench Coach: Albert Belle
Pitching Coach: Roger Clemens

Minor League Affiliates:
- St. Thomas Saints (AAA)
- Samoa Savages (LOW)

Jamaica Rastafarians Franchise Timeline

April 7, 1997: First game in franchise history.

November 3, 2004: Kris Kotsopalous is named Rookie of the Year in the Blizzard League.

January 8, 2007: Former Rastafarian Tony Gwynn inducted into the Weaver League Hall of Fame. He's elected in his first year of eligibility.

January 5, 2009: Rastas legend Roger Clemens enteres the Hall of Fame in his first year or eligibility.

November 2, 2011: Toots Ritchie overcomes having a retraded nickname and win the Blizzard League Rookie of the Year award.

January 10 , 2013: Management names former Rastas legends Roger Clemens pitching coach, Albert Belle hitting coach, and Jose Mesa bench coach.

February 16 , 2014: After much controversy, the Vancouver Mounties finally grant permission to the Rastas to name Babe Ruth as their new manager.

October 3, 2021: The Rastafarians win the first two games of their season ending series with the Long Beach Lobsters to force a winner take all season finale for the division title. The Lobsters end up winning the game 4-0. It's the closest the Rastas have ever come to making the playoffs. On the bright side, the Rastas tie a franchise record for wins in a season in 2021 with 95 (also had 95 wins in their inaugural season in '97)



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