JOSE (AP) - Fans of The Weaver Times, your wait is finally
Lockwood, President and C.E.O. of the Weaver League's
New York Nukes Franchise,
has taken over as the Editor in Chief of The Weaver Times
from Edwin Mercado, former
Editor and current owner of the Havana
Cigars. Along with this change, The Weaver Times headquarters
will be moving to Lockwood's hometown of San Jose, California.
said that The Weaver Times will now have three permanant editions
during the course of a season and possibly more, depending
on the amount of contribution from other league owners. The
three permanant editions will be a Season Wrap-Up and Preview,
a Midseason and All-Star Edition, and a Playoff Preview Edition.
who brought the Times to it's current level of excellence
during his tenure as Editor, was forced to step down because
he was unable to meet deadlines due to the demands of his
busy schedule. Lockwood said of Mercado, "The Weaver Times
wouldn't be the publication it is today without Edwin's enormous
dedication, and we still expect Edwin to still contribute
to the paper from time to time, when he gets a chance."
from Lockwood: Call for Articles
Weaver Times is back but we need owners to contribute articles
to make it as good as the Weaver League deserves! Any and
all owners interested in contributing to the next edition
of the Weaver times should contact me ASAP at the link at
the bottom of this page. Brian Marshall has already contacted
me and will be doing a regular article on the Weaver League
All-Timers about both their Major League pasts and their careers
in the Weaver League. I don't expect all owners to contribute
to every edition but I would hope that most would contribute
at least once a season. Besides, it's one of the best ways
to promote your bad-ass team! The Weaver Times is one of the
many unique feature to our league that helps separates us
from all the minor-cyber leagues out there. DO YOUR DUTY!
Contribute to the Weaver Times!"