Cairo Scorpions Franchise
First game in franchise history.
Playoffs: The Nairobi
Malaria make their one and only playoff appearance.
They win the Barnes Division title but are defeated
by the Havana Cigars in the
BLCS 4 games to 3.
Stan Musial is named the MVP of the Blizzard League.
Stan Musial becomes the first Triple Crown winner in
modern Weaver League history, leading the Blizzard League
in home runs (59), RBI (153), and Batting Average (.400).
On the strength of his Triple Crown performance, Stan
Musial is the unanimous winner of the Blizzard League
MVP. It his Musial's second consecutive MVP award.
Despite being quite successful during much of their
run in Nairobi, the team sufferes a modest decline in
attendance as they slip to fifth place in 2003. The
citizens of Nairobi are stunned when the team is moved
in the dead of night, relocated to Taiwan and renamed
The Taipei Typhoon comes to an end as management moves
the team to Egypt, renaming the team the Cairo Scorpions.
6, 2019: Cleo Prince is named Blizzard League Rookie
of the Year.
Playoffs: The Scorpions win
their first Weaver Cup! Making the franchise's
first postseason appearance in 23 years, Cairo dominates
by sweeping their way through the playoffs. They knock
off the defending champion Long
Beach Lobsters in the BLCS and then dispatch the
Amity White Sharks in
the Weaver Series.
4, 2021: Rube Waddell wins the Blizzard League Cy
Young Award. Waddell, being a few cards short of a full
deck, gets distracted by the sound of a passing firetruck
during the Cy Young press conference and ends up bolting
out of the room to go chase it.
5, 2021: Rod Lewis is named Blizzard League MVP.
Playoffs: Cairo wins their second straight Barnes
Division title, but they're unable to defend their Weaver
Series title. In a rematch of the 2021 BLCS Long
Beach beats the Scorpions in six games.
4, 2022: Former Nairobi Malaria great Stan Musial
is inducted into the Weaverball Hall