Sunday, July 29, 2012

Brandon League

Once again Mystery fans, the MLB trade deadline is like Christmas to us here at Mystery Team. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports that Mariners reliever Brandon League is being traded to an undisclosed location. Whilst Alaska, France, the South Pacific are all possibilities, we'd like to think we are close on trading for this mysterious reliever.

Not to be outdone by baseless speculation,'s Alden Gonzalez reports that it is in fact San Francisco or Anaheim obtaining the reliever. As you all know from the past...we here at Mystery Team always assume California will acquire everyone.

The Mystery Front Office will continue it's best to outbid The State of California, possibly Chicago , and anywhere else who thinks they have a shot for Mr. League. You hear us Mars? Yes, we will go intergalatic if need be.

Keep in mind, if it is news to you, it is a Mystery to us. Keep your eyes on this blog, like us on the Facebook, stalk us on Twitter, and always be a fan.

-Mystery Front Office

Friday, July 27, 2012

Zack Greinke Trade

Dear Mystery Fans,

We humbly apologize for not acquiring the services of social anxiety victim and ace extraordinaire Zachary Clarence Greinke (He just looks like a Clarence). There are still several ace and aceish pitchers available such as "Big Game" James Shields (We assume Shoots & Ladders) and possibly Josh Johnson.

Now, not securing Greinke does not mean all is lost. Now with the YMCA League equivalent of Wild Card spots, we should be able to secure something. There is no truth to the rumors of us going full fire sale mode like the Miami Marlins of Ft. Lauderdale.

We would like to congratulate the Anaheim Angles of California of Orange County of the Western United States on their acquisition. We have also just learned whilst sending this blog out that Marco Scutaro has been acquired by the San Francisco Giants. California, please stop monopolizing our trades.

Until next time Mystery fans, if it's news to's a Mystery to us. Make sure to follow our front office ramblings on this blog, on BookFace, and in the Twitters.

-Mystery Front Office